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rchites 432 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 5, 2016 10:18 AM Member since: Apr 12, 2004
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  • rchites rchites Feb 5, 2016 10:18 AM Flag

    That times.25 cents at the open puts the market cap at 2.5 million. Wow... Somebody could steel the whole company. Wow

  • rchites by rchites Feb 5, 2016 10:08 AM Flag

    Started about . 25 and now .37. Up 46%. Going to over the counter stocks. I just put some in my 401k. It's worth s spec play status down here. Going to the OTC board has more to do with the market cap and vacation of the stock price and not fundamentals.

  • Reply to

    Everyone loses at these prices..

    by mjs7421 Feb 2, 2016 10:43 AM
    rchites rchites Feb 4, 2016 6:01 AM Flag

    like buy all the small caps and raise the prize per barrel. YES PRIZE!!!! FREE shares for the Saudis.

  • Reply to

    WAIT FOR $1

    by game.over_bagholders Feb 2, 2016 12:20 PM
    rchites rchites Feb 4, 2016 5:59 AM Flag

    maybe you can buy a brain with your 1 dollar share. SEE you as it double.

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    broker said: BTE is the Best stock to own

    by net_box Jan 30, 2016 8:20 AM
    rchites rchites Feb 3, 2016 4:59 PM Flag

    2016 we have entered into hedges on approximately 40% of our net WTI exposure with 16% fixed at US$63.64/bbl and 24% hedged utilizing a three-way collar structure of US$40/US$50/US$60 per WTI barrel. This three-way collar structure is more fully described in our Q3/2015 MD&A as filed on SEDAR. Report on CNBC DEC 31, as analyst liked the stock. Down from 60$ range these small caps are destroyed. Many could go BK but many like GST, HK, BBG , SYRG, WLL, SN have solid hedges to make there positions a lot stronger. These have been put in the same boat with the others loosing vast amounts of capital with out cash flows from derivatives. . BTE got hit hard as it suspended the dividend as most the industry conserving cash. It could have a technical rally soon. It will instead use that cash to bolster its balance sheet, and will reinstate a dividend when commodity prices recover enough to support it.

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    looking to buy

    by riverrunski Feb 2, 2016 1:41 PM
    rchites rchites Feb 3, 2016 4:56 PM Flag

    see you at 5 dollars succcker

  • Halcón Resources The company's principal resource plays include the Bakken/Three Forks Formations and within the Eagle Ford shale region. $$$ HEDGE_ It is important to note that Halcón's cash flows are well protected throughout 2016: ~81% of expected oil production is covered with NYMEX hedges at an average price of ~$81 per barrel. The protection falls off sharply in 2017 3,750 bbl/d at about 61$ a barrel . AFTER 2016 THE COMPANY , the stock remains at the mercy of oil prices.
    The hedges provide significant predictability to the company's discretionary cash flow, which I estimate in 2016 to be in the ~$275 million range.
    Enterprise Value (Feb 3, 2016)3: 3.16B

    PEG Ratio (5 yr expected)1: 0.05
    Price/Sales (ttm): 0.08
    Price/Book (mrq): 0.11
    Enterprise Value/Revenue (ttm)3: 4.69
    Enterprise Value/EBITDA (ttm)6: 2.94
    Shares Outstanding5: 121.04M
    Float: 97.11M
    % Held by Insiders1: 20.34%
    % Held by Institutions1: 49.90%
    Shares Short (as of Jan 15, 2016)3: 10.97M
    Short Ratio (as of Jan 15, 2016)3: 5.47
    Short % of Float (as of Jan 15, 2016)3: 21.14%
    Book Value Per Share (mrq): 3.91
    Debt 3 bil
    52-Week Change3: -95.11%
    You can see it has been priced for bankrupsy and it has a fighting chance as it depends on commodity pricing in 2017.
    Risk/reward bargains, at historic lows, could boom stocks. Crude oil prices rose for the fourth straight day due to short covering and speculation of a crude oil production curb from Russia and OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries). Some are calling bottom and these left for dead small caps could rocket- Crude oil prices rose more than 25% since January 20, 2016. Myriad insiders have bought ~$1.5mm in new shares at current levels since early August.
    @@@ This company has seen a nice streak of beating earnings estimates, especially when looking at the previous two reports. In fact, in these reports, HK has beaten estimates by at least 200% in both cases, suggesting it has a nice short-term history of crushing expectations. $$$$ Two quarters ago, HK expected to incur a loss of 2 cents per share, while it actually produced earnings of 2 cents per share, a beat of 200.0%. Meanwhile, for the most recent quarter, the company looked to deliver earnings of 1 cent per share, when it actually saw earnings of 3 cents per share instead, representing a 300.0% positive surprise.
    ^^^^ The company has hedged positions (81%) . The hedges provide significant predictability to the company's discretionary cash flow, which I estimate in 2016 to be in the ~$275 million range. . Shorts could be surprised with a positive earnings surprise happens nearly 70% of the time, so it seems pretty likely that HK could see another beat at its next report, especially if recent trends are any guide. **Net Income and Tangible asset growth have been phenomenal this last year QOQ.
    The company is run by Petrohawk's former CEO, who built that company up to $12B market value when it was sold to BHP Billiton It has a solid balance sheet with net cash on the books. The leader of this company, Floyd Wilson is a proven winner , this stock could be Floyd Wilson's next gem for under 5 dollars. .
    PEG Ratio (avg. for comparison categories) of just 0.o5 and very below the radar. I am looking for a squeeze play as it is 20% sold short. Russia and OPEC news could just do that and quadruple the stock over night. Floyd C. Wilson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, commented, "The divestment of these non-core assets will provide us with additional liquidity and allow us to be a more focused and concentrated oil company. We are well-positioned for continued progress and believe we have sufficient liquidity to execute on our growth initiatives."

    % Held by Insiders1: 20% - % Held by Institutions1: 50 % Shares Short ( 20.10% of float. ))) The shorts have had their way with this stock- down with a 95% decline from the 52-week high of $8.28 set back on 01/15/2013
    This looks to be a great opportunity to take advantage of sleeping shorts. That is if fracking laws don’t change. As hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling continues to grow in the United States, investors need to keep their eye on Halcon Resources .
    The company does have a high debt load. However, operating cash flow has increased substantially since the end of FY2010 and the company recently announced over $300mm of sales on non-core assets. ASSET growth has been huge.

  • its going up

  • rchites rchites Feb 3, 2016 3:57 PM Flag

    up today alone. COVER RUSSIA is willing to talk and most OPEC wants something done.

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    Everyone loses at these prices..

    by mjs7421 Feb 2, 2016 10:43 AM
    rchites rchites Feb 2, 2016 8:07 PM Flag

    Every one is loosing. I wouldn't be surprised if the Saudis start buying small oil companies like this one . After the investments they could raise the price back up with a production cut. This would give them free shares here. This lose, lose game hurts all.

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    SGY will see 3.50 on Monday

    by jfutek2003 Jan 30, 2016 11:57 PM
    rchites rchites Jan 31, 2016 6:54 PM Flag

    Hedging brokers, analyst and shorts are downgrading stocks and looking for a exit. I think we are close for a good run up. Bears ARE done -market finds equilibrium …First, people don't believe that the lower price of gasoline is sustainable. They have been fooled so many times from the roller coaster of gas prices, they think that it could go back to $4 a gallon at any moment - Technicals look like a bottom and individual companies finding the lows. Its an opportunity to make a killing by acquiring good stocks at today’s depressed prices. IHS Vice Chairman Dan Yergin said . Cramer show asked, Suz Smith, a technician, portfolio manager at Milestone Wealth Strategies the Daily Sentiment Index for crude was at 6 out of 100. The last time people were this pessimistic about oil was back in August, when there was a big meltdown followed by a rapid rebound in both the commodity and oil stocks. “when everyone else is panicking, it often pays to be opportunistic about high-quality merchandise" -Jim Cramer ." "Right now, the whole mantra is slow down, postpone, cancel projects, and cut divvy, “some analyst stated we need the investments for the future or there will be a shortfall in years to come and much higher prices result. Refiners look for oil to double the next few years reported by CNBC. OPEC even sees 70$ oil l in the future. B)____ SHORTS SLEEPING WELL? Perfect storm?
    Many have shorted and have over leveraged short positions..... The shorts have made money and have huge profits that need to be locked in ....Day traders will notice these in day trading price ranges. ....) short traders late to the game (cut losses) and new day trades want to ride the momentum. THE prices start to pick up momentum and the turn is more then obvious for a quick buck. THE falling oil prices are (coiled) as never before traumatic loses. ) Market Markers offload their own risk, buying crude oil futures and other energy exposure. The long ride down has many interested individuals ready to jump back in after loses. Nobody wants left behind. There is one huge facture the press, and frenzy as it climbs… ... ITS the play of the decade and investors who sold don’t want to miss the big one. A mix of fear turns to greed for longs and the squeeze will double stocks over night.
    C)____ Commodities are known for boom and bust cycles, but now is a good time to scoop up value, blue chip oil stocks. Lately, Consumption of gasoline and jet fuel, supported by lower prices, has more than offset pockets of weakness. On net, global demand growth is not consistent with this bearish narrative. There is NO cost-effective replacement for petroleum. OIL IS NEEDED . The government and private industry has really invested and tried for an alternative. D) BOTTOMS CALLS Squeeze -3 day margin calls coming to shorts… The Press will help the panic buying- market tone for oil and energy stocks, we saw a significant amount of pessimism (and an opportunity for a major short squeeze). World growth eventually- mergers and buy out, and falling US rigs. Many small caps up 25% already

  • They are just cutting back , acquiring and waiting for the right market conditions to produce more. 2016 PRODUCTION GUIDANCE
    The 2016 average WI production from the Company's assets in Colombia and Brazil is expected to average approximately 27,500 to 29,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day ("boepd"), representing an increase of 20% over our 2015 average production of 23,400 boepd. The 2016 production guidance includes 900 to 1,000 boepd of production from the Company's assets in Brazil.
    The Company is expecting 2016 WI exit production of 29,000 to 30,000 boepd.
    BASE CAPITAL PROGRAM OF $107 MILLION
    The base capital budget for 2016 is estimated at $107 million, with the majority of the budget allocated to Colombia.
    • Our balance sheet and financial strength allow us to execute on our growth strategy in a low oil price environment, tremendous fit " said Guidry. UNDERVALUED- Pro forma combined net asset value of $4.49 per share, based on before tax net present values discounted at 10% of 2P proforma combined reserves of the Company, Petroamerica and PGC, and estimated year-end 2015 working capital, net of cash paid for the Petroamerica and PGC acquisitions, of $97.0 million. This estimated net asset value does not represent fair market value.
    • Pro forma Colombia WI Prospective Resources for Petroamerica and (subject to closing) PGC, and Gran Tierra Prospective Resources announced December 20153:
    Gran Tierra Energy holds interests in producing and prospective properties in Colombia, , Argentina, Peru and Brazil.

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    All I can say is Look Out!

    by cyrussv Jan 20, 2016 5:48 PM
    rchites rchites Jan 31, 2016 5:29 PM Flag

    its very hard to find a company in the sector with out DEBT!!!!!!!!!!!! The company currently holds interests in producing and prospective properties in Colombia, Argentina, Peru and Brazil. Gran Tierra Energy is focused on establishing a portfolio of drilling opportunities to exploit undeveloped reserves to grow production, THEY have no debt. $150MM in cash, $200MM in an untapped credit facility, nice assets, very strong management (with a ton of successful experience), huge insider buying in the last month, a stated goal to both buyback shares (which only helps the share price) and purchase new, growth-oriented, income generating assets (which only helps the share price) etc. GTE is putting their cash flow and balance sheet to work as the market is low. The successful completion of the Acquisition Petroamerica is expected to be accretive to Gran Tierra's net asset value per share. Gran Tierra will remain debt free with pro forma working capital of $135 million to $210 million, depending on the form of consideration elected by Petroamerica shareholders. Acquiring know good assets cheap will help GTE in the short and long term. Significant opportunity to realize synergistic cost savings through a reduction in general & administrative expenses and tax planning opportunities; Our balance sheet and financial strength allow us to execute on our growth strategy in a low oil price environment, tremendous fit " said Guidry. Gran Tierra Energy holds interests in producing and prospective properties in Colombia, , Argentina, Peru and Brazil. * Company maintains strong balance sheet with cash ( NO DEBT) .The Company's cash balance reflects $74.0 million of capital expenditures in the first quarter of 2015 that were incurred largely as a result of pre-committed costs associated with legacy projects and decisions made before the senior management and strategy changes. -- Gran Tierra continues to be in a good position, with cash balances reflecting expenditures that were pre-committed prior to this strategic shift. With these legacy commitments largely behind Gran Tierra and the cost reductions announced earlier this year, the Company has significantly improved its capital efficiency and continues to review opportunities for additional cost savings. Gran Tierra is confident that the actions it has taken better position the Company for growth and value creation despite what continues to be a challenging lower oil price environment. ---Tierra Energy is one of the most successful independent oil and gas companies to have entered Colombia. Average production has grown from approximately 368 barrels of oil per day NAR in 2006 to approximately 24,000 barrels of oil per day gross or 18,000 barrels of oil per day NAR in 2014. Gran Tierra Energy holds an interest in 23 Blocks in Colombia. Gran Tierra Energy is the largest producer, the largest reserve holder and the largest exploration landholder in the Putumayo Basin of southern Colombia.

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    LOW cost structure- to peers

    by rchites Jan 15, 2016 7:30 PM
    rchites rchites Jan 31, 2016 2:03 PM Flag

    Approach Resources, Inc. engages in the exploration, development, production and acquisition of oil and gas properties. The company focuses on oil and natural gas reserves in oil shale and tight sands located in the Permian Basin in West Texas. It holds interests in the East Texas Basin and the Chama Basin in Northern New Mexico. The company was founded in September 2002 and is headquartered in Fort Worth, TX. Our core operating area is in the Permian Basin in West Texas, where we have a deep inventory of drilling locations targeting multiple zones and providing for successive years of production and reserve growth. NOVEMBER 2016- Record quarterly production of 1,525 MBoe, or 16.6 MBoe/d, a 17% increase over the prior-year quarter and a 10% increase over second quarter 2015
    • EBITDAX was $30.7 million, or $0.76 per diluted share
    • Revenues totaled $33.9 million. Including realized hedge gains, revenues were $46.7 million
    • Per-unit cash operating expenses decreased 18% from the prior-year quarter, and 5% from second quarter 2015, to $10.45 per Boe
    Adjusted net loss was $5.9 million, or $0.14 per diluted share Operations Update -
    Cash operating expenses per Boe $ 10.45

    During third quarter 2015, we drilled four horizontal wells, completed five horizontal wells, and at September 30, 2015, we had four horizontal wells waiting on completion. The average initial production (IP) rate for all wells completed since our last report was 931 Boe/d (65% oil and 84% liquids) with an average lateral length of 6,600 feet.
     The average shale play formation is approximately 300 feet in thickness. In combination, the Wolfcamp A/B/C benches are approximately 1,000 to 1,200 feet in thickness.
    During the quarter, we drilled four and completed five horizontal Wolfcamp wells and had another record quarterly production of 1,525,000 Boes or 16,600 Boes per day, a 10% increase sequential and up 17% year-over-year. Our average drill time from spud to TD fell to under six days, a 43% improvement over our 2014 average. we continue to maintain the lowest-cost structure among our peers HEDGING • Based on the midpoint of current 2015 guidance, approximately 88% of forecasted 4Q15 oil production and 34% of forecasted natural gas production are hedged at weighted average floor prices of $74.78/Bbl and $4.06/MMBtu, respectively. we have a strong hedge book for the balance of 2015 and are starting to gradually layer in oil and gas hedges for 2016.
    October 2015 – December 2016 Swap 750 Bbls/d $62.52/Bbl

    October 2015 – December 2015 Collar 130,000 MMBtu/month $4.00/MMBtu - $4.25/MMBtu
    March 2016 – December 2016 Swap 200,000 MMBtu/month $2.93/MMBtu
    Third quarter EBITDAX totaled $30.7 million or $0.76 per diluted share, As of September 30, 2015, we had $1 billion senior secured revolving credit facility with a $450 million borrowing base and commitment amount.
    FORT WORTH, Texas -Approach Resources Inc. trades at a lower Price/Book multiple (0.09) than its peer median (0.75).
    • Average IP for horizontal Wolfcamp wells in first quarter 2015 was 723 Boe/d (56% oil)
    • Lenders reaffirmed credit facility commitment amount of $450 million effective April 15
    • The company's $450 million borrowing base credit facility has a first-lien priority claim to substantially all of Approach's assets. Approach will have adequate liquidity into mid-2016. As of March 31, 2015, Approach had $240 million of liquidity, mainly comprised of 240 million of undrawn revolving credit facility and $294,000 in cash.
    • Approach Resources, Inc. as UNDERVALUED relative to its peers

  • Reply to

    Iraq has already agreed to any oil production cuts

    by p2ialias Jan 30, 2016 7:50 PM
    rchites rchites Jan 31, 2016 1:42 PM Flag

    Are the Arabs going to buy and get free shares as the PPB rises? NEW press- Technology, economics favor return, World event, heavy manipulation don’t last forever, unrealistic prices out of OPEC --------- Many OPEC countries going broke as a couple might hang on namely SAUDIS . They blew it and must buy into America fields or be faced with cheap fracking oil without profits. Fracking woke them up and stopped their manipulative games. OIL will have a ceiling now. Economic chaos in OPEC nations, Middle East, countries have been pushed into recession such as Russia, Norway, Canada, Algeria Ecuador . Venezuela.. The best reason is Short eventually have to cover and provide an upswing and we are moving up. Insiders buying many companies and smart money is buying.....Hedge funds must beat the Arabs to the punch. EVERY CYCLE and the last 4 cycles the last 20 years have been met with buying.
    By 2020, the world oil market is going to need another 7 million barrels a day of production."

  • rchites rchites Jan 30, 2016 7:16 PM Flag

    5 day up chart. CONSOL has become much more efficient in its Utica natural gas production. About two-thirds of our gas production is hedged with NYMEX and basis hedges at $3.28 in MCI. That is protected revenue; that's going to help de-risk our business and internal free cash flow plan. CONSOL posted fourth-quarter 2015 adjusted EBITDA attributable to CONSOL Energy shareholders of $206 million, cash flow from operations of $102 million, and adjusted net loss of negative $0.26, or negative $0.11 per share. we expect to grow gas volumes approximately 15% during the year, and we're going to enter 2017 with around 60 drilled but uncompleted wells. Based on our base free cash flow plan, we don't believe that we need to sell assets to support liquidity and our balance sheet. We're going to remain patient and selective on what assets we are willing to sell in this environment, if any. We realized $2.78 per Mcfe, which benefits from our hedge position and modest uptick in liquids prices. As you can see we have about 60% of our E&P production hedged in 2016 along with our basis. Now on the cost side, we saw incredible cost performance finishing the fourth quarter, with total all-in and cash costs of $2.45 and $1.40 per Mcfe respectively. The cost performance is a combination of efficiency improvements and rising Marcellus and Utica shale volumes. AS of year end 2015 we also have 102 gross docks and 42 wells fracked but not turned inline. And, looking forward, we will only need to spend about $250 million to turn inline these 144 gross wells over the next couple of years. We doubled our production for about 1 billion dollars. CONSOL recently announced a reaffirmation of our $2 billion credit facility, and maintains $856 million of liquidity, flat with the third quarter.
    Our leverage during the quarter, as Nick highlighted, came down sequentially to 3.6 times. Last quarter we detailed being free cash flow neutral with fourth quarter -- without asset sales.
    The capital required to generate an incremental Mcfe of production has come down by 44% over the two-year period from 2013 through 2015 and is expected to decrease even further in 2016.


    The company based near Pittsburgh focuses mostly on drilling Appalachian shale gas fields. It spent on average 63 days on wells on its first wellpad in eastern Ohio's Monroe County. Its first well on its second wellpad took just 30 days to drill. Consol (NYSE:CNX) witnessed a 40 percent cost reduction on the second pad, COO, DUGAN.
    Wellpads are a cost-effective way to drill a series of wells that are clustered together.
    It's operational efficiencies like that, starting when drilling first begins until it is completed, that has helped the Appalachian shale region clasp a stranglehold on U.S. gas production, the EIA said.
    Better drilling methods help, but so does the vast amount of hydrocarbons that lie under much of Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. A university- and industry-funded study this month found that the Utica could hold up to 20 X more gas than recently predicted.
    Gas production in the Utica and Marcellus shale has MADE UP 85% OF THE Gas growth since the start of 2012, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. CNX has become much more efficient in its Utica natural gas production. The company based near Pittsburgh focuses mostly on drilling Appalachian shale gas fields. It spent on average 63 days on wells on its first wellpad in eastern Ohio's Monroe County. Its first well on its second wellpad took just 30 days to drill. Consol (NYSE:CNX) witnessed a 40 percent cost reduction on the second pad, COO TIM Dugan told stock analysts Tuesday.
    Wellpads are a cost-effective way to drill a series of wells that are clustered together.
    It's operational efficiencies like that, starting when drilling first begins until it is completed, that has helped the Appalachian shale region clasp a stranglehold on U.S. gas production, the EIA said.

  • Reply to

    Should call this the SPAM board

    by extrreeem Dec 29, 2015 12:38 PM
    rchites rchites Jan 30, 2016 6:21 PM Flag

    . Generally, it is the Company's strategy to hedge 50%-70% of production on a forward 12-month basis in order to reduce the risks associated with unpredictable future commodity prices and to provide certainty for a portion of its cash flow to support its capital expenditure program. 2016 hedging 6,771 Bbls/d of crude oil hedged at an average price of $80.47/Bbl and 5,000 MMBtu/d of natural gas hedged at an average price of $4.10/MMBtu ..... They have at least a year before your calculations start. AT 50% at 80 dollars its already 40. Its a winner.

  • rchites rchites Jan 30, 2016 9:10 AM Flag

    Maybe America is not so stupid after all. GET rid of the clown and talk about the future and solutions in a real setting with out distractions from the entertainment community worked. NOW discover the true and how CRUZ carpet bombs SYRIA woman, kids, schools and churches with out cause. Then you can understand TRUMPS deportation of families, good honest working people who care and want to be good Americans. What monsters really look like in the USA politics arena. WHY must they lean towards evil, destruction and war as a first resort like CRUZ and RUBIO. Why do they want and embrace the TEA party candidates? WHY TRUMP and his 3 marriages, broken contracts, BKs and FEAR as the only way to respect world wide? WHY do they over look a dedicated DOCTOR and OHIO GOVENER with a solid past and Character? With out TRUMP you can really see what your voting for. The TEA party is automatic divided country and guaranteed war.

  • Reply to

    What am I missing?

    by kkjmr Jan 29, 2016 11:09 PM
    rchites rchites Jan 30, 2016 8:33 AM Flag

    Fundamentals- Hedging?NOV 2015-3rd Quarter- EBITDAX came in at $36 million and cash flow from operations at $5 million or $0.10 per share. The positive news out of the quarter is the very strong results we're achieving in our Haynesville program. Our first eight extended lateral wells in Haynesville were excellent with an average IP rate of 24 million per day per well. The first eight wells are all producing above our 15.6 Bcf type curve.
    We've had exemplary results with Mack and the operations group, and the costs have come down. And even at a $2.50 gas price, I think the strip is $2.50 today, you could get a 33% rate of return. And that's before our cost come down some more with the new rig rate we'll have Comstock officials told investors that it could get a 30% return on its new wells even with gas at $2.50 a million BTUs. The Frisco, Texas-based Company plans to drill more wells in Louisiana’s Haynesville than it will in the oily Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas. Technology- Comstock Resources and Chesapeake Energy, among others, have enjoyed huge successes by extending the lateral portions of horizontal wells far beyond what has been done in the past, adding thousands of feet to their lengths. Supersizing fracking operations would allow companies to be profitable producers of shale gas even at the incredibly low prices exhibited in today’s marketplace – below $3 per million Btu (MMBtu). Comstock Resources says it can earn an 8 percent return on gas produced from these wells even when prices are at $2.50/MMBtu.
    Liquidity- In March, we completed a $700 million bond offering which paid off our bank credit facility and added liquidity to our balance sheet. On July 22, we completed the sale of our East Texas Eagle Ford operations to a private firm for $115 million. . This allowed us to repurchase $101 million of our bonds for $38 million with no debt maturities until 2019 and have total liquidity currently of $214 million

  • rchites rchites Jan 30, 2016 7:33 AM Flag

    the invoice to the mental institution get paid by your mommy you live with. Why did you miss this once in a lifetime move up. A) stupid 2) incoherent 3) played #$%$ or just 4) naturally wealthy that is a board clown

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