Investor Soiree Butler Tullow Oil TLW.L

Tullow OilTullow Oil plc (Tullow) is an United Kingdom -based company engaged in oil and gas exploration, development and production and the sale of hydrocarbons and related activities. It operates in three geographical segments: Europe, South America and Asia; West and North Africa and South and East Africa. The Company has interests in over 100 production and exploration licences in 22 countries and focuses on four core areas: Africa, Europe, South Asia and South America.
Take me straight down to the chat Tullow Oil is trading below the moving 50 day average and above the moving 200 day average on below-average volume.
Visit the Tullow Oil website.
Follow the trades of top traders with Ayondo.

48 of 1490
Overall Rating
Click for the Top 100
21 of 138
Oil and Gas Rating
Click for all the Oil and Gas Ratings
391.1p
Previous Close
Real time prices at ADVFN
TLW in the Media
TLW on Twitter
What Investment
Get Rich Slowly: The Unconventional Guide to Mastering Your Money
4 Shares to Buy in 2015
Tullow Oil on ETX Capital
Investor Soiree Top 5 Discussed UK Shares Widget
your ad here

Tullow Oil discussion on ADVFN

ADVFN

Get up to speed on all the Tullow Oil discussion over on ADVFN's excellent UK investor forums.

Select from 1490 Investor Soiree share pages


or check out the Investor Soiree Top 100 Shares by Rank list.

Spread the good Tullow Oil word on social media


or follow AIM Soiree on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Linkedin.

  • Premier exit Kenya by Doodlebugger
    Fri, 29 May 2015 10:51:00 GMT


    Premier pull out of Block 2B, in the NE bordering Somalia, after drilling the unsuccessful Badada well

    Following from Rig Zone:

    Africa-focused oil and gas exploration company Tower Resources plc announced Thursday that Lion Petroleum Inc., the wholly-owned Kenya-based subsidiary of Taipan Resources Inc. and Operator of Kenya's onshore Block 2B, has revealed that Premier Oil plc have exercised their right to exit the joint venture with effect from April 30. Premier Oil's withdrawal from the joint venture will lead to a pro-rata adjustment in Lion and Tower’s working interests in Block 2B, with the former holding 66.66 percent and the remaining 33.34 percent held by the latter for the remaining six months of the current license phase.

    Kenya's Ministry of Energy has earlier agreed to a six month extension to the First Additional Exploration Period to Nov. 30 for the partners to complete the assessment of the remaining prospectivity of Block-2B, and as a result of the ongoing legal action relating to the temporary injunction served upon Lion, Premier, and other named parties that had prevented operations over the majority of the block.

    “Tower has increased its interest in Block 2B at nil cost and the six month extension to the First Additional Exploration Period will provide joint venture partners the time necessary to finish a thorough assessment of the prospectivity on this large 2,107 square miles (5,458 square kilometers) block,” Tower CEO Graeme Thomson commented in the press release
    By Doodlebugger
  • Re: Disagreements already...phew... by MisterX1
    Thu, 28 May 2015 12:10:00 GMT

    Tullow said all routes were viable
    ..
    well they had to say that - so as not to upset the locals


    trouble is ..as we all know ....?? By MisterX1
  • Re: Disagreements already...phew... by brummell
    Thu, 28 May 2015 11:08:00 GMT

    Clutching at straws again. Discussion is a healthy aspect of the decision making process. It doesn't sound like much of an argument to me.

    "Mugerwa said although the oil companies prefer the southern route, it will be up to the heads of state to approve an appropriate route. Asked why the oil companies preferred the southern route ahead of the northern route, Tullow said all routes were viable." By brummell
  • Re: Downgrade.... by MisterX1
    Thu, 28 May 2015 11:06:00 GMT

    There was a time when he didn`t believe in institutional recommendations.
    ....
    Purely for the benefit of those punters who DID believe in the wild, over-exaggerated claims of 20+ et al!!!

    ROFLMAO.... By MisterX1
  • Re: RNS - Capital Increase Holding. by brummell
    Thu, 28 May 2015 10:58:00 GMT

    "Capital continue to increase their holding in Tullow. They now have a holding in excess of 13% of Tullow's shares:-
    ....
    ZZZZzzzzzz.to do what ?? Maybe some shorting and make monies ??"

    _

    A sure sign of desperation is desperate arguments. Why on earth would any honest shareholder buy a share and then short it to undermine their own investment?? Buying before selling isn't shorting. Shorting is selling before buying.

    A devious manipulator might buy and then lend the share out for shorting so that he could buy even more at a lower price before recalling his lent stock when the good news breaks and the share price rockets.

    TLW's share price is currently linked to the oil price, but with leverage. The lower order of manipulator with access to lots of other people's money can manufacture that leverage by selling on the highs and buying back on the lows, trading in a manner that exaggerates the effect of those actions at the tail end of their trading. The manipulation comes in by stimulating volatility. This article describes "Short and Distort" along with "Pump and Dump". Imho we see both in TLW, most probably perpetrated by the same people:

    link

    Currently the oil industry makes an easy target. The moral is, DYOR and stick with it.

    Interesting that the US DoJ has acted against the organised crime in FIFA. There's a parallel there. No matter how long the methodical genuine investigations take or how many pseudo investigations try to cover up the corruption, when justice does come it comes out of the blue.
    By brummell
  • Re: Downgrade.... by Cashman103
    Thu, 28 May 2015 10:18:00 GMT

    There was a time when he didn`t believe in institutional recommendations. By Cashman103
  • Re: Director and Major Shareholders by Cashman103
    Thu, 28 May 2015 10:11:00 GMT

    It`s a good time for companies that have cash to buy oil assets at cheaper prices, but there is no shortage of companies that took a lot of debt on when oil was over $100. A lot of lenders will swap debt for equity in companies that can`t raise equity themselves. By Cashman103
  • Hague & London – comment on Guyana, well next year? by Doodlebugger
    Wed, 27 May 2015 19:55:00 GMT

    Hague & London – comment on French Guyana, well next year?

    Below lifted from a presentation by Andy C recently re H&L’s activities. Looks like there might be a well in French Guyana next year:

    Guyana, Maritime
    • Evaluation and Interpretation of well data (ES) and seismic (Central Area)
    • Potential for one well in 2016 to test Central Area

    Further down in the presentation

    link

    it references drilling the NW area, as opposed to the Central Area mentioned above – I think they are the same place. I don’t see any reference in the Tullow stuff to a future well in FG, just Spari in Surinam?


    By Doodlebugger
  • Re: Downgrade.... by listener2
    Wed, 27 May 2015 19:19:00 GMT

    Target price downgraded by 1 penny.

    Keep trying punter

    L2 By listener2
  • Disagreements already...phew... by MisterX1
    Wed, 27 May 2015 18:49:00 GMT

    link
    ...
    ALREADY disagreements and even BEFORE anything has moved.imagine if it did ??

    By MisterX1
  • Re: Downgrade.... by MisterX1
    Wed, 27 May 2015 18:44:00 GMT

    link
    ..
    And this punters.... By MisterX1
  • Downgrade.... by MisterX1
    Wed, 27 May 2015 18:43:00 GMT

    link
    ....
    FYI punters By MisterX1
  • Re: RNS - Capital Increase Holding. by MisterX1
    Wed, 27 May 2015 18:07:00 GMT

    Capital continue to increase their holding in Tullow. They now have a holding in excess of 13% of Tullow's shares:-
    ....
    ZZZZzzzzzz.to do what ?? Maybe some shorting and make monies ??

    At the long holders expense..!!

    ROFLMAO at long holders [who will NEVER see the unsustainable highs again]

    By MisterX1
  • Director and Major Shareholders by carliol
    Wed, 27 May 2015 18:06:00 GMT

    Good Evening Everyone,

    Following on from the previous post in which Capital have increased their shareholding in Tullow. It's interesting to note some of the major shareholders in Tullow.

    Aiden Heavey is on record as stating that Tullow is not for sale but comparing his shareholding with that of Capital, Genesis etc, I don't think his opinion would count for much if a realistic offer were made.

    I'm not sure when the following list was compiled but it does show the amount of Institutional Investment in Tullow. There's continual speculation about a take over bid for Tullow but to date nothing concrete has materialised. With Tullow's share price at it's current level and lots of speculation about mergers and acquisitions in the oil and gas industry I wonder of a bid could be forthcoming?

    Given the amount of trouble in North Africa and the Middle East, it makes Tullow's acreage in Sub Saharan Africa look like a haven of tranquillity. The Majors aren't replacing production with discoveries so Tullow could be an attractive proposition for a would be predator.

    Carliol

    Director Shareholdings
    Notifier Holding Value*
    Aidan Heavey 6,401,511 £25,349,983.80
    Graham Martin 2,039,146 £8,075,018.24
    Paul McDade 269,555 £1,067,437.81
    Angus McCoss 251,209 £994,787.65
    Simon R Thompson 27,119 £107,391.24
    * Value is calculated by using the current share price multiplied by the amount held.
    Major Shareholdings
    Notifier** Holding Value
    The Capital Group Companies Inc 109,059,319 £431,874,907.40
    Genesis Asset Managers, LLP 72,871,524 £288,571,237.82
    OppenheimerFunds, Inc 49,582,679 £196,347,410.73
    BlackRock, Inc. 45,476,505 £180,086,961.53
    IFG International Trust Company Ltd 38,960,366 £154,283,050.85
    ** Major Shareholders are individuals or institutions that own more than 3% of the company’s shares and have been reported in the annual accounts. By carliol
  • RNS - Capital Increase Holding. by carliol
    Wed, 27 May 2015 17:43:00 GMT


    Capital continue to increase their holding in Tullow. They now have a holding in excess of 13% of Tullow's shares:-

    RNS Number : 4233O
    Tullow Oil PLC
    27 May 2015


    For filings with the FCA include the annex

    For filings with issuer exclude the annex


    TR-1: NOTIFICATION OF MAJOR INTEREST IN SHARES


    1. Identity of the issuer or the underlying issuer
    of existing shares to which voting rights are
    attached:
    Tullow Oil plc
    2 Reason for the notification (please tick the appropriate box or boxes):
    An acquisition or disposal of voting rights
    X
    An acquisition or disposal of qualifying financial instruments which may result in the acquisition of shares already issued to which voting rights are attached

    An acquisition or disposal of instruments with similar economic effect to qualifying financial instruments

    An event changing the breakdown of voting rights

    Other (please specify):


    3. Full name of person(s) subject to the
    notification obligation:
    The Capital Group Companies, Inc.
    4. Full name of shareholder(s)
    (if different from 3.):
    See Section 9
    5. Date of the transaction and date on
    which the threshold is crossed or
    reached:
    26 May 2015
    6. Date on which issuer notified:
    27 May 2015
    7. Threshold(s) that is/are crossed or
    reached:
    Above 13%
    By carliol
  • Not looking any stronger today. by Kaimirza
    Fri, 29 May 2015 14:59:19 GMT

    RobeTRADER you spoke too soon sp is climbing the price of oil just had a little jump this evening lets hope the momentum can keep up, be patient. commodities are volatile hence you can make a decent profit trading them. oil has gone down. this has simply reflected that. I do believe this has great long term potential, but currently im not buying anything else way too interested in the Steam train that is SXX CHOO CHOO lol
  • RE: Not looking any stronger today... by Powerarranger
    Fri, 29 May 2015 11:41:52 GMT

    A falling knife??? the share price is up over 30% in a month!!! Long term this stock is a bargain imo
  • This SP is getting a dressing gown by RobeTrader
    Fri, 29 May 2015 08:53:41 GMT

    I clearly do not post all over boards I have nothing to do with, hence the small number of posts, I'm out now anyway guys... so enjoy the ride
  • Not looking any stronger today... by RobeTrader
    Fri, 29 May 2015 08:33:27 GMT

    for some reason? I'm sorry, because you've posted so much your words certainly are more meaningful, it's in a downward trend, and it's fallen a LONG WAY, any sign of that stopping? As a boy my Mum told me to never catch a falling knife, I suggest you heed that advice in my opinion, which is all it is. Now my posts have made doule figures I definitely feel more vindicated by what I'm saying! LOL
  • Robe trader by Hammerstime
    Fri, 29 May 2015 06:26:14 GMT

    I think this share looks strong. Measures have been taken by tlw to 'cut their cloth' according to the current oil pricing. It's down about over 2/3's from its high. Pipeline looks good. I guess robe trader either has a short or too much time on his hands bad mouthing shares in which he has no financial interest? I'm not giving him a dressing down, more of a dressing gown :)
  • RE: This share looks weak by Apollo440
    Thu, 28 May 2015 23:43:05 GMT

    Says the guy who has only posted 9 times. Share does not look weak at this price, what is controlling it is the price of Oil, so if that drops so does this.
  • RobeTrader by Kaimirza
    Thu, 28 May 2015 14:18:38 GMT

    I wouldn't say down, more volatile. At least there is more clarity with the TEN project now. And TLW may actually be preparing to bid for an entity for acquisition the future doesn't look dire and there is good growth potential, i will jump back on this ship when i see a price that's worthy as i think it has great long term potential.
  • RE: Fingers crossed by Rhambo
    Thu, 28 May 2015 10:06:32 GMT

    Correction - your feeling is. The CEO doesn't feel that way.
  • This share looks weak by RobeTrader
    Thu, 28 May 2015 07:45:45 GMT

    even at these prices, & i feel sorry for any LT holders, unfortunately the only way is down for the time being for this share
  • RE: One of the reasons i Sold by Apollo440
    Tue, 26 May 2015 21:25:04 GMT

    Good article, decline in the oil price, will take this down a little further. But lets hope the business is making itself more efficient! Long term this will pay off, unless someone actually does acquire them. Might be a pain, but that is true for many companies, they operate in many companies. It depends if someone wants to buy proven resources other than searching for it, by themselves.
  • One of the reasons i Sold by Kaimirza
    Tue, 26 May 2015 09:12:14 GMT

    link

    they are too complicated an entity to purchase
  • RE: Fingers crossed by Apollo440
    Thu, 21 May 2015 20:14:00 GMT

    2.80 will not return anytime soon. The feeling is Tullow and a few others are potential targets and I can see BP being a predator otherwise their days of independence could dissappear.
  • RE: Iran Sanctions Lift? by Apollo440
    Thu, 21 May 2015 20:12:37 GMT

    It will take time for Iranian oil to go back into the market and Saudia arabia is a swing producer, the goal here is to punch the frackers and they have done that and pretty well. A lot of people have talked up frackers staying healthy and some will, but some have already filed for bankruptcy protection and a few more months we will surely see more. Lets see once balance has returned, if oil countries reduce their output, OPEC are willing to if others do, why should they if Russia don't. Russia is hurting most from this and will want the price of oil to go back. We should see US production start to fall also.
  • Iran Sanctions Lift? by uddinkas
    Thu, 21 May 2015 15:54:14 GMT

    I'm not sure if Iran's trade sanctions has been lifted but would like to know the level of oversupply in the market if they are close to having their trade sanctions lifted. The brent crude price will definately go downwards and the Saudi's won't stop overpumping the market with oil until they see alot of Frackers go bust.
  • Fingers crossed by Kaimirza
    Wed, 20 May 2015 10:08:55 GMT

    I sold most of my holdings at 4.29 recently. im hoping we see the lows of 2.80 again or even the 350s only then would i consider buying back in.