CVE is ready to go. Market wrongly look down on CVE. It is time to correct it.
Good article today on 321energy.com by Phil Flynn about increase in distillates demand this fall and winter supporting oil prices.
Hasn't hit the social media wires yet. Coming out on ETN that Canaccord upgraded with $14.50 Price Target. The selling started right after the upgrade about 30 minutes ago.
I caught an article on this in Kiplingers while waiting for a car repair. Their experts were calling it undervalued at 9.00 a share and a growth stock. CVE bought alot of asserts from COP at a fair price. Resources abound here and they are managed well. I think a good buy and hold at these levels!
I have been watching this stock for a few years now, yet have not bought it. Very confusing to me. can anyone give me an educated opinion, pls?
MicroCap News Alert: Startup - Clean Energy Technologies (CETY) buys General Electric “Heat Recovery Systems Division” and within 2 years achieves break-even with sales now set to soar and to be profitable.
CETY announced today the launch of Pacific Rim Initiative with over 20 locations already identified by CETY and PPA power company authorities.
Early orders likely to exceed $25 million in annuitized sales. 12 month target price $.25
CETY/GE proprietary oil-free magnetic levitation turbine technology shatters the competition’s old oil-lubricated screw expander technologies.
Company expects to up list to NASDAQ.
CETY's implementation includes creative lease financing structure, that facilitates rapid adoption and ease of entry with long-term payment structure that allows the utility user to align its investment with actual energy and cost savings realized through use of Clean Cycle™ units," said Kam Mahdi, CEO of CETY.
CETY being welcomed with red carpet to largest markets in the world in need of clean energy.
Clean Energy Technologies (CETY) Launches Pacific Rim Initiative
COSTA MESA, Calif. , Aug. 15, 2017 Clean Energy Technologies, Inc. (OTC: CETY) announced that CETY officially launched its new campaign to deliver its energy solutions to Island Nations utilities at the ...
CVE has just seen the last of the selling. Looks like a potential push higher is in store. awe-some*sto-cks alerted a new stock just now. going to check it out.
Next stop 7.45....after that 7.00...that would be a set up for a double bottom
API report released after market close showed a -7.839 million barrel draw from storage.Could be very positive tomorrow if EIA report supports it.
Cenovus Energy Inc NYSE $CVE Correlation Histogram
X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks May-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 4,338 NYSE Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.9 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stocks
Drew Zieglgansberger, Executive Vice President, Oil Sands Manufacturing, is accountable for the execution, production and operation of Cenovus Energy, Inc.’s oil sands assets.
"Mr. Zieglgansberger: The third quarter was a very good quarter for us. We achieved first oil at the Foster Creek expansion, that was phase G, so we began getting oil back from that expansion that I talked on earlier. As well, we began to start up Christina Lake phase F, which is that other expansion that I talked about previously. So we reached oil sands production of about 74,000 barrels per day net at Foster Creek, which is about 3% higher than the third quarter of 2015, and Christina Lake’s production is about 80,000 barrels a day net, which is about 6% higher than the third quarter of 2015.
At the same time, the other thing we reported was we continued to decrease our total operating costs per barrel. "
CVE: continue going up, picked last week. For more picks, please google my blog name (BluelightNewsletter) if you'd like. Thanks!
hello..started a position in last week..just added...gltu long.:)
A Cenovus ($CVE) Executive Vice President talked about the company is trying to reduce costs. http://bit.ly/2umP8jc
"We’ve always been quite competitive in any type of market. Obviously, the last year and a half or two has been a substantial shift for everybody in the industry, so we’ve had to react and get in line with that change in the industry as well. We have significantly reduced our capital as well as our G&A or general costs. One of the unfortunate pieces is we had to look at the amount of work force and people that we had employed, and we did reduce by about 30%, since the end of 2014 till now, the current work force. Those are difficult decisions, but we’ve made them, and that’s one of the areas that we’ve done to reduce our costs. The other big areas are really around how we operate and the efficiency of our facilities; we’ve enhanced that quite a bit."
We may have here a potential upside runner to watch. Technical 81% chance up at foxchart.