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Ivanhoe Energy Inc. Message Board

montecinc 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 2, 2014 2:19 PM Member since: Oct 17, 2009
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  • montecinc by montecinc Jul 2, 2014 2:19 PM Flag

    Why is Ivan Toronto is a bit up but Ivan Nasdaq is down today?

  • I am a suffering long with this stock and hope some other longs can help me understand that why with:

    1) The increase in future world oil demand and declining light oil supply, and

    2) Many countries having billions of bbl of heavy oil reserves-and

    3) HTL having as many technological advantages and cost-effectiveness.

    Then the big questions are:
    Why a bigger oil company would not but IVAN OR any of these countries not giving HTL a contract?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • It seems to me with the stock languishing around $0.40, it is at the right place for a bigger company buying it out cheap.
    So what would be IVAN's purchase price with:
    1) EC near a deal.
    2) TM a 3-d seismic away from approval.
    3) IVAN's numerous patents since 2005.
    4) SBM, Columbia, etc.
    5) Mongolia?
    If you add all these up you should get about $500 M potential which would mean a buyout of about $5/shr.
    Any comments or ideas?

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Below is from a 2/10/14 article in WSJ that I am sure most of you have seen it. My questions are:
    1) Reading this report, can they still side-step IVAN out of this deal?

    2) If IVAN is still in, would the $37/bbl service agreement still be valid?

    3) With such near-term positive huge potential, then why is the stock hammered all the way down to $0.40?

    QUITO, Ecuador–President Rafael Correa’s government is analyzing proposals from China to expand its oil operations in Ecuador, Minister for Strategic Sectors Rafael Poveda said Monday.

    National Petroleum, or CNPC, China’s largest oil and gas producer, is interested in the Sacha and Auca oil fields as well as block 31 and block 20, operated by Ecuador’s state-run company, Petroamazonas.

    The CNPC is also set to carry out a joint venture with state-owned Petroecuador and Venezuela’s state-owned PdVSA to build the refinery known as Refineria del Pacifico.

    The government expects to close next month a $7 billion financing deal for that refinery with the Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd. (IDCBY, 1398.HK, 601398.SH)

    Petroecuador has a 51% stake in the refinery project, with 49% held by PdVSA. CNPC is expected to take a 30% stake while PdVSA could reduce its participation.

    If the final agreement with CNPC is reached, 30% of the funds needed to build the refinery will come from the three partners.

    “CNPC will be our partner in Refineria del Pacifico and has expressed interest in expanding its relationship with Ecuador,” said Mr. Poveda.

    A part of block 31 is located in the Yasuni National Park, while block 20 includes the Pungarayacu field with reserves of heavy oil, operated by Canada’s Ivanhoe Energy Inc.(IVAN)

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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