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make_me_laugh_2 12 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 22, 2013 11:55 AM Member since: Feb 16, 2013
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  • someone suggested the selling was computerized driven programs, via algorithms. But I'd like to see more steelhead partners buying in bulk to convince me to buy a lot of shares.

    MML

  • Reply to

    I don't think we have hit bottom yet...

    by guitar_pick13 Feb 21, 2013 4:56 PM
    make_me_laugh_2 make_me_laugh_2 Feb 22, 2013 11:53 AM Flag

    This is a tough call; I bought 1000 shares at $3; and waiting for another $2000 shares at $2.83 not yet filled.
    The wild card are the two big buyers the past few days. Steelhead partners and EBERWEIN
    and they have very deep pockets.
    The company also announced they hired Lambert Energy Partners and the management team is experienced in building up companies and selling them.
    So this one can spike higher at any time. I have a strange feeling they are going to sell this company for $6 a share. And it is not easy to pick a bottom and load up at the bottom.

    MML

  • make_me_laugh_2 make_me_laugh_2 Feb 22, 2013 11:19 AM Flag

    these seem to be the other folks who spike up the share price; would be nice to know what they intend to do now.

    mml

  • make_me_laugh_2 make_me_laugh_2 Feb 22, 2013 11:17 AM Flag

    sad thing is that someone is going to be able to scoop up this company and its reserves on the cheap; and take full advantage of shareholders.

    MML

  • this was a company that issued shares at $7.50 back in June; some sort of sell stop action today, but what do you think? Have we hit bottom?

    MML

  • does anyone know how to play the price gaps?
    BUY on all dips; company conference call March 6th
    will they announce a buyout offer then? I'm sure they have some "insider" ready to buy the company and its oil and gas reserves.
    MML

  • I like how that sounds; come on Mr. Buffett, buy more coke!

    Make Me Laugh

  • make_me_laugh_2 make_me_laugh_2 Feb 19, 2013 12:46 PM Flag

    Bravo.
    Now you have your facts correct. I tend to agree that they will contract for another rig to be brought to well #1 in case the safety data takes longer than anticipated for well #1. And they don't lose time for well #2.
    per the same press release:
    The work to repair the cementing around the conductor pipe has been completed.
    Once the investigation and fatigue analysis are concluded, the Company anticipates that drilling operations will re-commence at East Rochelle.

    This is a very prudent move. The back up plan is to get well #2 flowing. The upside is that they can quickly get well #1 back online to pump. Whether they will wait for Well #2 to be complete before moving the rig to well #1 IMHO will depend on the safety reports and condition of Well #1.
    If both wells start pumping with minimal delay, would you say the stock price is rather undervalued?

    Make Me Laugh

  • Independent Oil companies are in PLAY! And I suspect CNOOC will make a bid for END in the near future as they are buying assets from partner Nexen. (NEXEN and ENDEAVOUR are partners in the Rochelle wells).

    Chinese energy giant CNOOC Ltd. (CEO) has cleared the final obstacle for its acquisition of the Calgary, Alberta-based energy producer Nexen Inc. (NXY). The deal price is approximately $15.1 billion in cash.

    CNOOC has already received the regulatory approvals in Europe and Canada. However, it needed the U.S. approval as Nexen has operations in the country. Now, the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (:CFIUS) had finally given its green signal. The deal is expected to close around Feb. 25, seven months after China’s biggest offshore oil and gas producer made its bid of $27.50 a share.
    Again, one of the representatives of the House Natural Resources Committee, Edward Markey, said that Chinese oil corporations must not be allowed to drill in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico region without giving any royalty to the country’s taxpayers.

    However, this deal marks a significant milestone for CNOOC as it gets hold of Nexen’s biggest reserves in the Canadian oil sands. Calgary, Alberta-based Nexen operates in western Canada, the Gulf of Mexico, North Sea, Africa and the Middle East. Apart from oil sands, Nexen remains dynamic in natural gas exploration in shale rock formations. It owns approximately 300,000 acres of shale-gas blocks in the Horn River Basin in British Columbia.

    As the world's second-largest economy, China has a huge energy requirement. The Nexen acquisition bid foregrounds not only a bold attempt by CNOOC but also of other Chinese biggies to make deeper inroads into the international energy markets with the specific aim of meeting domestic demand. We note that the CNOOC bid for Nexen marks the biggest Chinese takeover attempt so far.

    Recently, another Chinese energy giant China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (SNP), aka Sinopec, planned to acquire international upstream oil and gas assets from its parent company, China Petrochemical Corp., or Sinopec Group, in order to spread its footprint globally. In this regard, Sinopec is eyeing assets in countries such as the U.K., Russia, Colombia and Kazakhstan.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Make Me Laugh

  • make_me_laugh_2 make_me_laugh_2 Feb 19, 2013 11:20 AM Flag

    baby_face_finster, your posting is inaccurate.
    where on earth do you come up with a probability of less than 5%. Do you have some confidentail information about the safety report and resumption of well production that the rest of us don't have?
    Come on, you didn't even bother to follow the drilling plan for East and West Rochelle.
    Blah blah blah moving rigs? are you out of your mind.
    You entire posting is inaccurate. And your best to read up on the company press releases and drilling schedules.
    Transocean rig #2 for the second operation has a separate and distinct set of equipment.

    MML

  • One of the analysts took a worst case scenario and suggested the first production will occur in 120 days with the production from Rochelle well number 2.
    However, if there is any communications from the company that Rochelle number #1 passes all the safety, etc tests, East Rochelle (or well number #1) could be online within 90 days.
    Now that would be an amazing catalyst.
    Stay tuned as I will place some calls to Management for discussion.

    MML

  • Reply to

    This selling seems overdone.

    by questinvest Feb 14, 2013 12:54 PM
    make_me_laugh_2 make_me_laugh_2 Feb 16, 2013 1:59 PM Flag

    BRAVO, no_duster,
    finally someone who knows what they are talking about.
    FYI, there is a 25% short position on the stock and I suspect we have some of those yoyo's posting negative remarks that make no sense (kansasoildude being one of them).
    Funny thing about the oil business, the cash flow is strong and growing, and it is easy to spot postings on here from people who are either short sellers or have no clue what they are talking about. And know nothing about the oil business.

    Sincerely,
    Make Me Laugh

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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