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ousaouparis 28 posts  |  Last Activity: 6 hours ago Member since: Mar 19, 2010
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  • Reply to

    Price Recovery Prospect

    by mexcom Jul 23, 2015 8:53 AM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jul 27, 2015 8:25 AM Flag

    MSB is locked in providing iron ore to the great lakes. Unless steel billets are imported and shipped to the Great Lake area at a price advantage, MSB will be competitive.
    US steel is not competitive when the finish steel is made with US labor. The example is the San Francisco bay bridge. The steel was Chinese and was shipped to San Francisco ready to install. The US labor which was union, was kept at minimum.
    This situation is particularly true on all US Coastal area. Inland and particularly great lakes, US steel can compete even with union labor. The transport is the added cost that is in favor of US steel therefore MSB iron ore.
    The largest importer of iron ore is China. China economy is on a down spin. Iron ore competition has to be first from Brazil for the East Coast and GOM. Australia as to be the competition for the West Coast. Getting imported iron ore to the Great Lakes must pass by the St Laurent. Expensive proposition.
    MSB may be up the 10%, especially since the Locke is open!

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    by rockmanv2002 Jul 2, 2015 11:29 AM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jul 7, 2015 2:33 AM Flag

    So far the Crack spread is $2.00 down the crack spread of before the crash, September 2014. The September 2014 distribution was $1.11.
    $.80 distribution sound right, I would go for as much #$%$90.

  • Reply to

    Crack Spread Rising !!!

    by madcoweater1 Jul 21, 2015 1:40 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jul 22, 2015 9:18 AM Flag

    I have 2015 Q2 at $14.91. I start the quarter 30 days before the xdate. I believe it take 30 days for management to come up with an approved distribution by the BOD. So far the Q3 2015 looks very good, $22.30, Q3 has only 11 days into the Q3.

  • Reply to

    Still rosy

    by bzusa6 Jul 23, 2015 9:54 AM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jul 24, 2015 6:28 AM Flag

    The crack spread value used for Q2 distribution was stopped around 30 days before Xdate. The final date I used for Q2 was July 14 and the crack was $17.01. It takes time to process all the data get it approved by the BOD and get it publish 7 days before the Xdate. So 30 days before the Xdate is OK.
    I had Q1 at $12.87. The future Q3 crack spread, so far is $21.32. I follow NTI, ALDW and CVRR and all are in the twenties so far for Q3. By the way, I use the 3.2.1. Crack Spread published by the EIA every day.

  • ousaouparis ousaouparis 13 hours ago Flag

    There was a 30 days turnaround that not only was maintenance but was also to modify the Big Spring refinery process, not too long ago. Today Big Spring can process the no spec WTI as well as WTS. I do not believe in a turnaround in the middle of the summer season.
    The Xdate should be August 14. The data used for this distribution is closed 30 days before Xdate. It does take time to prepare the K8 required and it publication 8 days, or so, before Xdate.
    Some believe that this market does not behave as in past years. Not too long ago the average owner of stock would keep it 6 years. Today it is more like 6 month. This is why this market is so volatile. I still believe in a $1.00 distribution give or take 10 cents. This market requires to have more and more nerves!!

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    10Q out

    by gajervis May 12, 2015 12:48 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis May 13, 2015 4:41 AM Flag

    The futures of Excelyte reside in the O&G drilling and H2S management. According to IEVM management each well uses 25,000 to 40,000 USD of Excelyte. Multiply these figures by the number of wells and you get a lot of Excelyte to produce. Naturally Excelyte is mostly water that is processed to get Excelyte. I expect a fraction of a dollar profit per USG. At $.01 x 25,000 x 171= $430,000. I think this new management is on the right track. We could see 1,000 wells under service by the end of the year. As the reputation of Excelyte grows, the number of wells will grow as well. In the O&G business reputation is everything.

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    tax consequence in IRA

    by muttie69 May 13, 2015 11:54 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis May 14, 2015 5:18 AM Flag

    I am no expert but any MLP or trusts or stock inside an IRA is free from Capital Gain. The only possible tax is the EBITDA. My understanding is that the tax starts for $1000 EBITDA or more.
    I have to qualify the statement that IRA is not taxable. It is as long as you do not take money out. The tax is on the IRA distribution which becomes part of your total revenue. If you keep your retirement revenue below the minimum taxable amount, you stay tax free. It is up to you to set up your IRA distribution level, to minimize your taxable revenue.

  • ousaouparis ousaouparis May 18, 2015 6:26 AM Flag

    This is not unusual. Delek has completed the majority stock purchased of Alon Israel. I would not be surprise if ALDW becomes a 2 refineries MLP! If this happen it will be by summer end!

  • ousaouparis by ousaouparis Jun 3, 2015 9:13 PM Flag

    Now that the dilution has passed the BOD, no one has comment?? My comment is: I am hopping the 200,000,000 new shares roughly $1.2 million will be used to expend the Excelyte production units in new prospective O&G field tainted with H2S. The latest disclosure from IEVM management is that 174 wells are under Excelyte treatments. This new capital should make investments in new O&G fields easier? Should the number of new wells under treatment no increase, Excelyte is not working or this management selling model is not with it. This will be the time to re-evaluate IEVM.

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    Why is this stock defying gravity?

    by rockmanv2002 Jun 29, 2015 1:19 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jul 1, 2015 2:12 AM Flag

    Under the present situation refiners are the best choices. I have to qualify refiners: The refiners off the GOM such as ALDW are well situated to get descent discounts. The WTI and WTS are over produced and the pipeline flow rates are not enough to accommodate the production. ALDW Big Spring refinery is especially well placed to get excellent discounts because it location near Midland TX.
    ALDW Big Spring has modified it process and is able to use WTI or WTS. This makes ALDW, in my view, a good investment. NTI is located in Minnesota and get its discount from the North Dakota production overflow. NTI has changed daddy, I believe WNR, need to understand what WNR wants to do. VLO is on the GOM and has invested $3 billion in modifying its 3 refineries to use WTS. The Brent was a better deal, because the API degree favored the production of more diesels. Diesel means export and good profits. HFC is another possibility.

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    by jwestt Jul 17, 2015 11:29 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jul 22, 2015 9:12 AM Flag

    Got to call a spade a spade????

  • ousaouparis by ousaouparis Jul 23, 2015 8:37 AM Flag

    Sound like IEVM has finally hired an O&G experience individual as sales manager. This means that Excelyte will be the center piece in the marketing strategy.
    O&G business is a closed in society, many CEOs are alumni of a few universities. The line managers know each other’s or know of each other’s. The drilling business is the same, closed in society.
    Also, looks like the 200,000 new shares have been sold. The volume has been high this week! May be we will see an bounce back to $.08 soon.

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    tax consequence in IRA

    by muttie69 May 13, 2015 11:54 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis May 15, 2015 4:55 AM Flag

    I agreed that if you have more than one MLP in an IRA all UBTI cumulate. On the question of converting WPZ to WMB it will take place within the IRA. Since all assets stays within the IRA there will be no taxable amount until the IRA owner makes a distribution.
    This UBTI, I understand, get higher with time. Since the WPZ was purchased in 2009 there may be some UBTI. I like MLPs as an investment, I hope that these 2 MLP buy out will not become a trend. MLP is a way to generate capital that otherwise would be a bank loan. I believe MLPs to be a good way to stimulate the economy. We need that!

  • Reply to

    New dilution has passed

    by ousaouparis Jun 3, 2015 9:13 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jun 4, 2015 2:49 AM Flag

    Yes the 200 million are authorized; looking at last March Q K8 IEVM has a deficit. Cannot go on much longer before these 200K shares are on the market??

  • Reply to

    Anyone Plan To Hold MMLP Until 2030?

    by nesivos Jun 5, 2015 11:49 AM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jun 9, 2015 9:11 AM Flag

    The Gulf Oil CEO in an interview has stated that the saving per year with delivery 18 wheelers was $20K per truck. Truck engines have to be overall every 7,000 to 8,000 hours of driving. The extra cost of up grading to a LPG or DNG engine is amortized in the first year.
    DNG is the new fuel, Dual or Diesel Natural Gas engine. Natural gas does not explode under pressure as diesel can. So the DNG engine introduces in the cylinder a very small quantity of diesel as the piston applies pressure. The diesel blows under pressure and light up the natural gas.
    It is understood that 6 MMBtu of natural gas equal 1 barrel of crude. The Henry Hub natural gas is $2.55 per MMBtu whereas the WTI is $53.38 (6/9/2015) $2.55 x 6 = $15.3. This is a 38% saving. Even with the power loss of 20% between diesel and natural gas, we still have a 30% saving. Conversion is a win win.

  • Reply to

    This is what happens

    by gajervis Jun 16, 2015 1:31 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jun 16, 2015 3:45 PM Flag

    I believed a dilution would take place with 200 million new authorized shares. The plus is that a new management is at work. The goal is to invest in O&G H2S market. The competition to control H2S is putty much chlorine which is more expensive as a chemical but also to dispose of.
    The negative is that the oil & gas market is down, so only the sweet spots wells are getting attention. I would expect the number of new wells under treatment would slow down, especially that fewer drilling rigs are working. The lowest share price has been $0.03, I believe $0.05 should be the bottom . I still believe in the H2S potential.

  • Reply to

    Why is this stock defying gravity?

    by rockmanv2002 Jun 29, 2015 1:19 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jun 30, 2015 6:57 AM Flag

    I hold a bunch of ALDW, and so far so good. If you are investing in O&G what are the choices you have:
    E&P are down because the prices are down. These prices will stay down for sometimes. When they start to go up it will be very slow.
    The pipelines stock are an alternative, their earnings are fee based. The price of the oil or gas does not matter. The quantity of crude or gas dictates the earnings.
    The refiners off the GOM are the best way to make a profit. Their profit base is the Crack Spread. So far this quarter the Crack for ALDW, NTI and CVRR average $17.85. I am using the EIA data but these 3 MLPs have discount because of the over production and their location inland away from the GOM. In the O&G play these are the most promising.

  • ousaouparis ousaouparis Jun 30, 2015 6:31 AM Flag

    gregfranks975 you must own a good chunk of PennyStocksWeekly?? !!!

  • Reply to

    Why so cheap?

    by rt_invest Jul 16, 2015 10:45 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jul 20, 2015 8:02 AM Flag

    NTI as well as ALDW are a MLP with assets limited to 1 refinery. These refineries are totally dependent on Crack Spread and more particularly discounted to the crude oil price. These refineries are inland, away from the GOM. The discounts are totally dependent on the pipeline trough put going to the GOM. The case of NTI is based on the Minnesota gas stations; ALDW is dependent on the 200 plus gas stations in Texas, New Mexico. NTI depend on the Bakken discount price where as ALDW depend on the Eagle Fort Midland WTI production.
    So have your pick, NTI is a good potential. I have made a killing with ALDW. Timing is essential versus xdate. The down side with these MLPs is a fire in the refineries. You cannot see one coming. When it comes, the units drop like a brick, you have to be following these MLPs every days, all the time.

  • Reply to

    Heading higher this week!

    by daleprop Jul 19, 2015 7:51 PM
    ousaouparis ousaouparis Jul 20, 2015 7:45 AM Flag

    There is always a bounce 30 days, or so, before xdate. Sometime it is up, sometime it is down. The quarter it should be up?

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