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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.
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  • Re: Battery ..... by MisterX1
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 17:31:00 GMT

    In your case X, assault and battery might be more pertinent.
    ..
    What a way to threaten a Lady - you are indeed an uncouth and unsavoury menace to society....

    What has she ever done to you ?

    Apart from tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

    Which has all come true of course. By MisterX1
  • Re: Battery ..... by JoeyTheFox
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 17:14:00 GMT

    In your case X, assault and battery might be more pertinent. By JoeyTheFox
  • Re: FTAO Brummell, by MisterX1
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 11:58:00 GMT

    Oil won't be going out of fashion for quite a while yet.
    ....
    Don't be so sure...recall the naïve rampers [inc you] stating that the TLW SP was "resilient" and "will" buckle the market....

    Of course it hasn't - its 8 times LESS than its past glory days

    Mark my words

    By MisterX1
  • Re: FTAO Brummell, by brummell
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 11:47:00 GMT

    Anyone who has access to a chart that shows TLW's share price graph compared to its sector index will see what I'm talking about. The whole sector has suffered, not just TLW, but TLW has been singled out for special treatment to take it lower faster than the others, without any real justification. Its exploration performance is still better than most and, as El Gibbo points out, it has current production, excellent assets and future potential. X1/SS neglects to mention the years from when he started his campaign during which he was completely wrong on the price. A very small part of a larger picture I think.

    Meanwhile electric vehicle drivers will continue to worry about whether they can recharge their mobile in their vehicle or drive at night in case it takes 50 miles off their range. And I see from today's news that the new Hinkley point nuclear power plant has been delayed. It won't now be operational by 2023 as planned and coal fired power stations will have to close before then. We'll be using even more electricity by 2023 and how is the difference going to be made up I wonder????

    link

    And how many more nuclear disasters like those at Sellafield, Chernoble, Fukushima, Three Mile Island etc. will have to occur before we abandon nuclear fission reactors altogether. And how long before we realise that nuclear waste is potentially a far worse form of pollution than anything fossil fuels produce?

    Then there are the worries about the supply and increasing cost of lithium and other rare earth minerals such as cobalt that are used in electric vehicles and their batteries:

    link

    Oil won't be going out of fashion for quite a while yet. By brummell
  • Battery ..... by MisterX1
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 11:03:00 GMT

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    I see in the English newspaper - that research and investment into prolonged battery life is on-going.

    Just as MisterX1 said it will simply take one step and then ALL battery technology will then become more sophisticated, will mean a cleaner and environmentally friendly place for all to enjoy !

    Its getting there - and then the black stuff will becoming irrelevant and the SP's will drop quicker than a tarts drawers..

    By MisterX1
  • Re: Likely Bidder, if any by El Gibbo
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 10:09:00 GMT

    At this SP all the oil major CEOs will have TLW on their radar right now. With 2 world class development assets in politically stable democracy Ghana, the temptation to snap them up must be overwhelming. These CEOs can spend billions on wildcat exploration projects without blinking. £2 billion current market cap is lose pocket change for any of these majors. Lukoil? CNOOC? ENI? Chevron? Exxon? Total? Statoil? Would also have been a perfect fit for Shell, but guess they have their M & A team hands full absorbing BG-group. By El Gibbo
  • T.E.N. Capex v's Market Cap by El Gibbo
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 09:49:00 GMT

    Current market cap less than £2 billion. Planned development Capex on T.E.N. alone = £3 billion, much of which is already spent. Is the value of Jubilee field zero - I don't think so!! Is the value of production and E & A activities in other countries zero - I don't think so. Even if Tullow only had the T.E.N. development, with no other activities, the market cap should be 3 times higher. IMHO current share price offers incredibly good value. My view is that in 2016/17, oil will recover to over $100/bbl, and this share will recover to the plus £10- range, where it rightly belongs. I certainly hope so. All IMHO. GLA TLW holders. By El Gibbo
  • Likely Bidder, if any by Offshore7024
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 21:22:00 GMT

    Which company would most likely be the buyer of Tullow, if any?

    Are the shares worth buying? By Offshore7024
  • Re: FTAO Brummell, by MisterX1
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 17:25:00 GMT

    As I said, if you look at TLW's shareprice since 2011 it fell below the sector index in 2013, before that date it held well above the sector index, a position to which I fully expect it to return when the lunatics are no longer running the asylum. In fact, if you look at the situation over 10 years the picture still remains outperform.
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    Total and utter garbage.just take my analysis back before 2011 and you will see you are wring again..the share is in terminal decline and that's obvious for all to seenearly 4 years down the line and STILL no hope.

    Pending Debt mountain due 2019 will see it struggling to surviveespecially as poo is expected to remain along its similar trajectory for the next two years at least.

    ROFLMAO at such a deluded statement of bmrs

    By MisterX1
  • Re: FTAO Brummell, by Kenj2
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:39:00 GMT

    And if you look at a graph of TLW's share price from Feb 2012 to Sep 2015, you will see a virtually uninterrupted straight line fall from 1600p to 200p.

    By Kenj2
  • Re: FTAO Brummell, by brummell
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:32:00 GMT

    The declared shorts are up and down. The total declared shorts has fallen from just over 5% to 4.37% on todays list. It looks as though the short hedge funds are getting a little twitchy which, imho, suggests that the believe that the poo might be threatening a bit of a recovery. TLW is often described as a leveraged play on the oil price. Well, if it was leveraged on the way down it will be leveraged on the way up again, but probably much faster. By brummell
  • Re: FTAO Brummell, by brummell
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:20:00 GMT

    As I said, if you look at TLW's shareprice since 2011 it fell below the sector index in 2013, before that date it held well above the sector index, a position to which I fully expect it to return when the lunatics are no longer running the asylum. In fact, if you look at the situation over 10 years the picture still remains outperform. By brummell
  • Re: FTAO Brummell, by Kenj2
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 14:53:00 GMT

    "after nearly 4 years of the sp spiralling downwards "

    Much as I dislike agreeing with MisterX1he is plainly right about this.
    The sp has dropped steadily from 1600p to 200p in the last 3.5 years. By Kenj2
  • Re: FTAO Brummell, by MisterX1
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 12:10:00 GMT

    Last two only eh ??

    Well - take this : (June 12) Afren 126 & (June 2013) 120. Premier Oil 345 & 340. Sterling 36 & 35.5. Soco 276 & 321.

    tlw 1498 & 1026.

    Then as you stated it even dropped further in the last two years.

    Once again, total rubbish and goes to show you have NOT DYOR.

    Naughty naughty..


    By MisterX1
  • Re: FTAO Brummell, by MisterX1
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 12:03:00 GMT

    More misrepresentation.

    Indeed - tlws sp was 1600 + in Feb 2012 and has dropped ever since - and was BELOW similar sized companies as evidenced by comparability sp price drops in LTIP comparisons as per the corporate audited accounts.

    You'll have to try harder bmr.and you KNOW it,,,,,, By MisterX1
  • RE: tullow by Apollo440
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 22:00:51 GMT

    POO is closer to the bottom than it is at its max. The price can swing easily, wait and see what happens.
  • RE: tullow by Kev4
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 21:21:31 GMT

    Billygoat, I think your investments were quite sound. If the PoO had not completely unexpectedly plummeted you'd be doing quite well, no? I may be wrong about that but if I'm right how is that Tullow's fault? Genuine question.
  • -7%? by Mulder
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 17:06:37 GMT

    Oil price flat 7% down? Give me a break. Disgrace. Rig count news just out shows fall of 13 now also.
  • tullow by BillyGoat100
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 13:55:28 GMT

    I am in heavy on Tullow at £3.00, £2.65, ££2.36 and £2.22. I think Tullow is a total turkey of a company that was always massively over valued. I think this stock will spend the next few years hovering between £2.00 and £2.50. I very much doubt it will break £3.00 for a few years, far to many optimists on here say "can't loose long term" etc... well those at £12.50 would disagree.... When it comes to Tullow you can loose big time!
  • Tullow by Kaimirza
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 13:33:13 GMT

    As much as im an advocate of this stock, and have often traded it. I Would still suggest a degree of caution. lets not forget only last year this was trading at 700+.
  • Tullow newbie by Kev4
    Fri, 04 Sep 2015 07:34:54 GMT

    Bought in yesterday evening. Prepared for the long wait for the PoO to go up. GLA.
  • Tullow by Lollytom
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 19:17:27 GMT

    Mortgage free. You are spot on there. Nobody will go wrong on this stock long term. The same with premier,both top stocks get in.
  • Hmmm by seymourmoolah
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 15:05:53 GMT

    Nice to see a few bullish divergences forming here, a break of 229 is going to be a very bullish move!!
  • RE: Tullow by USDmaker
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 14:41:12 GMT

    I am working on the same investment thesis
  • Tullow by MortgageFree
    Thu, 03 Sep 2015 11:52:50 GMT

    Not a regular poster on here anymore due to the poor quality of comments - many demonstrated below. We have likely put in a major low in Crude at $37. Therefore as long at $43 holds, which it did yesterday, we are likely to be move towards $54 in the very near future. Beyond that a correction and possibly higher or a retest of $47.5. Below $43 we are likely to test $39 and then $35. HOWEVER, Tullow at these prices is a buy and hold and you will make your wealth. OPEC will soon come to the table and we will see oil prices rise to support countries achieve the inflation they all require.
  • RE: I want 150 by Apollo440
    Wed, 02 Sep 2015 22:12:34 GMT

    Yeah and what is that based on? People manipulating the price.
  • RE: Takeover bid coming by Apollo440
    Wed, 02 Sep 2015 21:43:35 GMT

    Rumours have been swirling around for a while.
  • RNS released today ! by PhatStyle4321
    Wed, 02 Sep 2015 14:15:07 GMT

    Come on!
  • Takeover bid coming by PhatStyle4321
    Wed, 02 Sep 2015 14:12:34 GMT

    Rumors on the market
  • I want 150 by Kaimirza
    Wed, 02 Sep 2015 13:04:35 GMT

    im hoping we see 150 :S