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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.

Tullow Oil is trading above the moving 50 day average and above the moving 200 day average on below-average volume.
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  • Re: Helloooooooo by MisterX1
    Fri, 22 Aug 2014 20:38:00 GMT

    Well Good Morning punters ?? Did ya miss me ? Just ready to start the morning for a days sailing in a lovely exotic location and I thought I would see how me buddies are [lol] !!

    I see the sp is heading in the direction we all knew it would - wise punter tweeeek has judged it perfectly. Ol ' carliar asking if he / she is still the only tlw investor and bmr returns "no" - well considering investors are dropping the tlw share like hotcakes and many wouldn't touch it with a bargepole has obviously been reflected in the price....

    Wise punter Silversnout has it bang on with oil consumption - the technological advances for alternative energy sources compared to mineral oil is relentlessly escalating beyond ones wildest imagination - soon all dem reserves sitting beneath the ground in UG and Kenya will be beyond commercial extraction - hence rendering dem hundreds and millions of US$ "investment" meaningless....

    Anyway - go to go punters - a quick bucks fizz before MisterX1 sets sail

    Have a nice holiday wise punters [those not so wise - enjoy the day off lol]

    By MisterX1
  • Re: Oil price by SilverSnout
    Fri, 22 Aug 2014 15:46:00 GMT

    Forget to hit to tick strong sell. Happy holidays to wise punters. Silversnout By SilverSnout
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  • Oil price by SilverSnout
    Fri, 22 Aug 2014 15:44:00 GMT

    Great news that oil price gonna be fallin steady for years.
    We need it to boost economies. We need it to keep them Arabs in check. We need it to get them oilies like Tullow to trim disgraceful overheads. Three cheers for shale gas, solar panels and lower consumption cars and lights. Guess them oilies at Tullow and fans like bmmr, Carliar and big gay wants high price and consumption. But ain't gonna happen. Same as oil pipe from Uganda. Like old Tweek say, 650p comin here real soon. Silversnout By SilverSnout
  • Re: Helloooooooo by brummell
    Fri, 22 Aug 2014 12:20:00 GMT

    "Hellooooooooooooo Is there anyone out there? Or am I the only investor that's left in Tullow?"

    By brummell
  • Re: Helloooooooo by Damp Seaweed
    Fri, 22 Aug 2014 09:44:00 GMT

    Hellooooooooooooo Is there anyone out there? Or am I the only investor that's left in Tullow?
    Yes By Damp Seaweed
  • Helloooooooo by carliol
    Thu, 21 Aug 2014 23:39:00 GMT

    Morning All,

    Hellooooooooooooo Is there anyone out there? Or am I the only investor that's left in Tullow?

    Carliol By carliol
  • Re: We Need Some Positive News... by tweeeek
    Wed, 20 Aug 2014 09:14:00 GMT

    I sense desperation and despair when people on here say they will wait and hope that there is good news. I can tell you that the sp will drop to sub 700 again and this will start next week the rampers on here are desperate unscrupulous souls. The only time one should stop shorting is at 650 By tweeeek
  • We Need Some Positive News... by carliol
    Tue, 19 Aug 2014 18:30:00 GMT

    Evening All,

    We need some positive news to get this share price moving although it's encouraging to see the share price bounce off 700p last week.

    It's about time things were starting to happen in Uganda. Things just appear to drag on and on and on with nothing of any significance happening. That is, apart from the Ugandan Government trying to screw more cash out of the oil companies. I thought once the Chinese were involved in Uganda we would see some progress but it appears the UG are a law unto themselves.

    However, sooner or later something must happen in Uganda. Let's hope the next news out of Uganda is that Tullow have sold out to the Chinese for a handsome profit.

    We should be due some news from Kenya, lots of exploration and appraisal drilling going on. We are also due some news on flow rates. It's noticeable that Africa Oil's sp has increased recently so there could be some news in the pipeline.

    Looking forward patiently to an East Africa Operational Update from Tullow.

    Carliol By carliol
  • Re: Pipeline from Lake Albertine Rift by million one
    Mon, 18 Aug 2014 21:34:00 GMT

    and what is to stop them nationalising everything overnight once all the foreign money has been spent?

    China support perhaps

    M1 By million one
  • Re: Tullow plans to evacuate Lokichar by Doodlebugger
    Mon, 18 Aug 2014 20:03:00 GMT

    your news is a little old... By Doodlebugger
  • Re: Pipeline from Lake Albertine Rift by gubu
    Mon, 18 Aug 2014 19:17:00 GMT

    "Uganda's government has started receiving bids from consultants to provide financing and routing options for the project, a spokeswoman for the Petroleum Exploration and Production Department said. "

    well good luck to Uganda, but raising finance may be a challenge, perhaps they will try the bond market as Rwanda are doing for their new airport

    and what is to stop them nationalising everything overnight once all the foreign money has been spent? By gubu
  • Pipeline from Lake Albertine Rift by aandeeltje
    Mon, 18 Aug 2014 13:54:00 GMT


    By Nicholas Bariyo
    KAMPALA Uganda--Uganda is planning to build a 250-kilometer pipeline to transport refined petroleum products from the Lake Albertine Rift basin to the capital Kampala, as the East African nation draws closer to commercializing its vast oil fields.

    The country is seeking a strategic private investment partner to co-fund the project, estimated by the government to cost at least $220 million, and to take a stake of around 60%. The government will meet its share of the costs by drawing on the finance ministry's energy fund, Peter Lokeris, junior energy and minerals development minister, said.
    Successful bidders will be announced by November to allow construction to start early next year.

    Uganda's government has started receiving bids from consultants to provide financing and routing options for the project, a spokeswoman for the Petroleum Exploration and Production Department said. Consultants have been asked to "consider possible alternative routes and recommend the most optimal one," she said.

    The project is one of many mid-stream and downstream facilities to be constructed in Uganda ahead of the development of vast oil fields along the country's western border with Congo, estimated to contain as much as 3.5 billion barrels of crude oil.

    The pipeline will transport gasoline and diesel from a 30,000 barrels-a-day oil refinery, to be constructed in Hoima district, near the shores of Lake Albert. Uganda is currently in negotiations with South Korea's SK Energy Co. and Russia's RT-Global Resources, which both emerged as final bidders for the construction of the refinery. The refinery will process crude from the $2 billion Kingfisher oil field, which is expected to come on stream by 2018, said Mr. Lokeris.

    China's largest offshore crude producer, Cnooc Ltd. (CEO) is developing the Kingfisher oil field. Cnooc jointly owns the field with U.K.-based Tullow Oil PLC (TLW.LN) and France's Total SA (TOT).
    Crude output from Uganda is expected to peak at around 220,000 barrels-a-day by around 2020-21.
    By aandeeltje
  • Re: BBC clip by MisterX1
    Mon, 18 Aug 2014 13:46:00 GMT

    "Although experts say it could be years before the first barrels of oil are commercially produced - tensions have already been running high, as locals say they are yet to benefit the new-found wealth"
    So not likely to repeat the same mistakes as UG and GHANA eh ?? Thought Ghana was supposed to be the cream of the tlw assets ? LOL

    Already we see the experts are predicting years before they believe oil will drip from Kenya..just to put a damper on the rampers who assumed [wrongly as usual] that it would just be a matter of a year or two

    AND expect big yer' wallets punters !

    By MisterX1
  • BBC clip by Guesstimate
    Mon, 18 Aug 2014 13:18:00 GMT

    Courtesy of Kenya1 over on Stockhouse. The Kenyans say that they don't want to repeat the mistakes of neighbours, mentioning UG and Ghana specifically.

    link By Guesstimate
  • Re: Tullow plans to evacuate Lokichar by tweeeek
    Mon, 18 Aug 2014 12:59:00 GMT

    I have been adding to my short for over a year now and will continue to do so, I'm not being greedy just realistic, I won't have to wait for 650 much longer but 450 is my end goal. By tweeeek
  • Bottomed out, now way way up... by irshiebaby
    Fri, 22 Aug 2014 15:17:57 GMT

    UBS now heading for a Strong Buy price 970
  • RE: First lot by busa
    Sun, 17 Aug 2014 11:32:25 GMT

    Morning baron83 There's too many high ranking share holders for this share to drop much more. The shorts love to play with this stock, but they have to be careful as the upside can be quick with Tullow. For me 706 is too cheap and 800 is tops at the minute. We all know the saying - buy cheap sell high. The more wells they drill the more failures they have, the odds are in Tullow's favour to deliver. Lets not forget as previously stated, with all the dry wells on the books they're still delivering on cash. Top company but shame on the dividend side. It's good to be back in so let's sit and wait. From the patient Busa. Glta
  • First lot by baron83
    Sun, 17 Aug 2014 09:36:10 GMT

    for me on Friday at 703. Near bottom - hope so ;0 GLA
  • RE: busa by busa
    Sat, 16 Aug 2014 16:07:53 GMT

    Hi Digdy 04 Tullow may have spent 400m on dry wells this year and with a small dividend things don't look good for Tullow. I like Tullow WHY! It's a well known company that as done well in the past. For me Tullow is not to hard to work out the up's and down's of the share price.(please don't take that the wrong way). Tullow share price as fallen 40% in the last two years,but I think this is a buying opportunity at 706. Let's not forget Tullow should generate aprox $1.6bn of cash flow this year.(not bad ha). Sorry for late reply, fingers in may pies and all that rubbish. gl from the oil slick busa.
  • busa by Digby04
    Fri, 15 Aug 2014 19:56:12 GMT

    Hi, thanks for confirming that it's not just me. Trouble is, I have been buying from about £10 down (in my defence they were £14 a couple of years ago), always thinking that the sp would turn up - but the slide seems inexorable. Tullow's investor relations are very poor. Only time they tell us anything is when they plug yet another dry well. Not sure what it will take to turn this one around.
  • RE: TLW by busa
    Fri, 15 Aug 2014 15:34:40 GMT

    Digby04. I have been in and out of of this useless company as you say all year and made money. At 701 it's time to buy in at this level (my opinion only off course). From the know it all busa.
  • TLW by Digby04
    Thu, 14 Aug 2014 09:50:57 GMT

    Any sign of this useless company getting its act together in the near future? I hold far too many of these and am now about 30% down. Not sure I can bring myself to average down any further. Tempted to take the hit and move on. Any redeeming thoughts out there...? Thanks.
  • RE: The way I see it by Riffgo
    Tue, 12 Aug 2014 16:25:29 GMT

    The idea is to buy low... it works a lot better.
  • RE: The way I see it by opusguy
    Tue, 12 Aug 2014 15:56:43 GMT

    I bought the dip at £12.00.... Lesson learned here
  • The way I see it by Riffgo
    Tue, 12 Aug 2014 14:50:25 GMT

    Kenya is the new Kurdistan only with a lot less ISIS. It's hard to make a case for investing in Genel, Afren, GKP or BP for that matter at the moment. Doesn't leave much to go for in mid-size oils and this one is now trading below NAV which makes for good potential on the upside. It has problems, yes, but it also ticks many boxes. It's geographical spread being a major one (tick, I mean). Just my opinion of course, but for what it's worth I'm buying the dips.
  • £6.00 on the way by opusguy
    Tue, 12 Aug 2014 08:05:53 GMT

    If or when this SP breaks below the £7.00 will be a very bad sign. Last time this SP was so low was before they discovered Oil in Ghana way back in 2007. Wish I took my lost when SP was over £10.00. imagine the loss now.
  • Green by Riffgo
    Fri, 01 Aug 2014 12:20:05 GMT

    in a sea of red... All we need now is an unturn on Wall Street,
  • RE: out with a small loss by opusguy
    Fri, 01 Aug 2014 09:32:44 GMT

    Thinking of doing the same. but will wait till markets are little more positive. Its likely there will be a major shake up of top management at Tullow as they seem to have lost their way....
  • out with a small loss by SilverSpoons
    Fri, 01 Aug 2014 09:23:48 GMT

    Unlikely to be back. Hadn't appreciated how overvalued this was last year.
  • Shorts by Riffgo
    Fri, 01 Aug 2014 08:25:22 GMT

    will have to come off this sooner or later - it'll either be their pants or mine.