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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 below the moving 50 day average and below the moving 200 day average on above-average volume.
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  • BUY 2015 by Offshoretiger
    Sun, 21 Dec 2014 16:26:00 GMT

    I have been waiting patiently for years for this opportunity.

    Tullow shares now fallen 75% from 2012, and trade 1.1 times the 350p book value.

    If the board agreed to a buy out it would not be less than 800p.

    Fill your boots this is a winner.

    Short term - 6 months
    Long term 24 months

    Target price 1000p

    By Offshoretiger
  • How it goes with oilies by SilverSnout
    Sun, 21 Dec 2014 08:47:00 GMT

    Chao punters,
    Here's a bit of analysis for yer. Free of charge. All the way from Saigon, Saigon in HCMC.
    Oile Tlw got multi big office set up - Kampala London Dublin Accra Nairobi Cape Town. An you can bet your dollar that all of em is top spec luxury. An who payin? Answer is mug punters.
    Now to go along wid them you gotta have top people on top pay right. An loads of em. An you can bet your dollar oilie tlw is right up there with the tops. Big fella has made millions out of losing punters money. An all his cronies too. They taken on thousands staff like them Roman emperors. All of em gonna be on top pay. I'd lay dollars that chief tree hugger is best paid tree hugger in ftse. An on it goes. An who payin? Same again.
    Now they git them luxury office an they filled em up with thousands of staff on top pay. What next. Well what about all them perkies. You can bet your dollars they got that all fixed. Given each other shares an business class flyin an 4 day weeks an bumper holidays an bonuses an anything else you can imagine. An more. An who payin? Same again.
    Now they sayin they gonna have to tighten the belt a bit. Coz they so prudent. ROFLMAO. Maybe the big fella gonna ride off into the sun. Maybe some of them cronies gettin a bit bored. An them thousands of staff with nuthin to do. No problemo. You can bet your dollar as we speak they be getting ready to feather them nests. Hyper feathers for the big fella. Mega feathers for them top managers. Loadsa feathers for the rest of em. An who payin for all that featherin? Yep. Mug punters again.
    This is how it is with the oilies. Always has been always will be. A cycle of excess, golden pay-offs, losses, golden hellos an more excess. They just dips them mits in shareholder pockets in good times an bad. It usually endin with goin bust or takeover for nowt.
    Is oilie tlw worse than others. Sure is coz they spun some real fantasy to justify the crazy spending. Like all that guff bout magical oil finding skill an supercomputers. An they believed there own puffs.
    An if yours truly can see it from here with logic an imagination why ain't them anal-ysts seein it? Coz they into the same old an don't wanna derail the gravy train that's why. Shame is how many mugs gettin taken in.
    Can't say you wasn't warned.
    $$ By SilverSnout
  • A Buy for 2015 by Cashman103
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 14:48:00 GMT

    I've been avoiding buying shares in Tullow Oil for years, as they've always seemed too expensive, despite the quality of some of the firm's big assets.

    However, Tullow's share price has now fallen by 75% from its 2012 peak, and the firm's shares now trade at just 1.1 times Tullow's 350p book value. I'm starting to get interested, and believe Tullow could soon be a decent buy.

    Tullow's cash flow is expected to improve over the next couple of years, as new production comes on stream, and this could drive decent returns for shareholders, despite the lower oil price.

    link By Cashman103
  • Re: Kenya…capital gains tax coud be reve... by jontee
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 11:24:00 GMT

    lotcangorong - "MisterX's masterly posts".
    ----
    I didn't detect a big fat LOL or ROFLMAO or maybe you have been on the Christmas booze a bit early?
    By jontee
  • Re: Kenya…capital gains tax coud be reve... by lotcangorong
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 09:43:00 GMT

    Tut tut what naughty boys and girls we all are let us all go back and read MisterX's masterly posts and then we will understand everything that we need to. Thank goodness for MisterX. Hail to thee great master By lotcangorong
  • Oil spot price by fortunatas
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 08:37:00 GMT

    link

    By fortunatas
  • Re: Kenya…capital gains tax coud be reve... by MisterX1
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 21:20:00 GMT

    Just go back and read my posts..that's the obvious reasons why the SP had to inevitably go down from a rampers dream...you included

    Try again....

    BTW - who are you anyway.making so called "informed" opinion years after the event.

    Pathetic

    By MisterX1
  • Supply Cut by Cashman103
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 20:15:00 GMT

    More evidence of $60 unsustainable for deep sea drilling and fracking....

    link

    By Cashman103
  • Re: Kenya…capital gains tax coud be reve... by Brimach1
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 18:22:00 GMT

    MisterX1 re your..>Do you know anything about the way these places work ?????<

    Pray tell me all about how these places work.
    By Brimach1
  • Re: Kenya…capital gains tax coud be reversed by MisterX1
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 18:15:00 GMT

    "Kenya…capital gains tax could be reversed."
    ...
    Hey britches1

    Notice the word "could"

    Also no Govt would change a fundamental tax law on the face of what could be a "temporary" dip in prices.

    Even if it was permanently a drop, temporary tax "incentives" could be given at best

    Don't get too excited.

    Do you know anything about the way these places work ?????

    Apparently not!!


    By MisterX1
  • Re: Kenya…capital gains tax coud be reversed by fortunatas
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:55:00 GMT

    that could only be good news then By fortunatas
  • Re: FTSE 100/FTSE250/350 who cares by brummell
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:54:00 GMT

    Twerk, you don't work in M&A by any chance do you? By brummell
  • Kenya…capital gains tax coud be reversed by Brimach1
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:28:00 GMT

    Kenya…capital gains tax could be reversed.

    The Treasury could reverse its imposition of capital gains tax (CGT) on the sale of oil firms due to falling global prices of the commodity, research by Standard Charted Plc suggests.

    link
    By Brimach1
  • Re: FTSE 100/FTSE250/350 who cares by fortunatas
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 12:50:00 GMT

    Tweek

    I was not agreeing with you. You should have read the post properly. All I was saying was that it would not make much difference whether in FTSE 100 or not. If the oil price does happen to stabilise then this may well go up and the doomsayers will look a little silly. By fortunatas
  • Re: Ludin press report on AOI capital requir... by brummell
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 12:29:00 GMT

    Interesting:

    "For example, we bring in a new partner or merge with another company" By brummell
  • Big rise by deos
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 22:29:25 GMT

    Cant believe i sold at 3.55
  • RE: Takeover by marketmakers
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 17:22:50 GMT

    Maybe, that's why never short! Neither catch a dead cat bounce in oil.
  • Takeover by royjohn
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 16:26:16 GMT

    There seems to be a lot of shorters with burnt fingers on here! :-)
  • Noone is taking anybody over by marketmakers
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 15:44:18 GMT

    Oil is going down to the 40s
  • Take over Talk by BhoyGeorge
    Fri, 19 Dec 2014 15:30:42 GMT

    makes sense. Tullow is a tasty morsel
  • Oil by deos
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 22:00:41 GMT

    The rise frrom 54 to 58 was a dead bounce be under 55 in jan. Why tullow and petrofac gone up when oil down
  • Seifert by JJSS
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 19:37:32 GMT

    Instead of arguing with posters like Seifert,you'd better consider his views. He is telling you the truth ,as opposed to the lies from brokers who rate companies tripple the price they actually have or will ever have. Tullow, buy ,target 600-1000??? When? In 10 years time? Meanwhile, sliding to 350and going even lower after this little spike for a few days. If you read some of my previous post on here, you will see the same predictions as Seifert, marketmakers, there was a guy - force,too bad he was banned by lse. Things are not good for oil and even worse for tullow. Use the opportunity to sell now, instead of suffering more losses when oil tanks to 40.
  • dazah by Seifert
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 17:04:24 GMT

    You flatter me! I am not a broker, and have little time for them. - As for Tallow Oil, it does remind of a company of old but that is anther story. Today's market moves are amplified (distorted) by think liquidity and increasing amount of algorithmic trading. From this, no price signals that rely on fundamentals are possible - we are totally in casino mode! I would however recommend the articles I posted as insightful of where oil is now, and where it will be in the medium term (next couple of years). The oil age has had an incredible run! As with everything, it will come to an end. Be wise and diversify your investment. A singular oil play is for those who spend other peoples money and play only short term, and not interested in investing.
  • Oil now down by marketmakers
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 15:50:26 GMT

    all going down again
  • tlw by carteblanche
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 06:12:22 GMT

    Keep it short on the oil stocks. No surprise sub 400p. Buy lower in 4 months...
  • deos by dazah
    Wed, 17 Dec 2014 23:30:26 GMT

    What a load of clap trap. Yet another broker writing a piece to justify his job. Yes it echoes current sentiment perfectly. At the end of the day these challenges all the oil sector hence why the share price us where it is. Tullo has some great assets so that's why We're here
  • Thanks by deos
    Wed, 17 Dec 2014 22:30:33 GMT

    Dont sound good maybe today waa a dummy rise
  • deos by Seifert
    Wed, 17 Dec 2014 20:08:11 GMT

    Here is something that may inform your decision making going forward:

    link

    and the lead article is here:

    link

  • Oil by Seifert
    Wed, 17 Dec 2014 17:35:48 GMT

    You are in a conundrum, and asking others who were not informed on your positions is not the right way to go. It is too easy for armchair observers (such as I) who don't hold this stock, or PFC, and can speculate on the trends. That's an easy route and full of holes and traps. But if I was in a long position here, I would have to consider the following: is China sill the growth story of old? Is the US recovery likely to spur a demand for oil that exceeds anything their own shale boom can cater for? Is the West 'ganging up' on Russia in order to hurt it (and its core oil energy interests) likely to abate? Is Opec, led by the supine Arab tyrants of the Arabian Gulf likely to look to their own interests and cease serving the American one (and hence curtail production). These many ifs add up to a political-economic pendulum that can swing either way. If the Russian confrontation were to get 'hot' then stocks would fall even if oil itself rise. Ditto, if the Arabian Gulf monarchies were to come under pressure from so called 'terrorists' groups stock would cave but oil itself would rise. What can push the price of TLW and PFC up? A takeover is the obvious option, but I think both these companies are a little too exposed to 'known unknowns' to be attractive in the current climate. If I was to stick my neck out, I would assume that there will be a bout of profit taking leading up the end of year rather than consolidating around anything the FED or ECB will utter (via their backsides!). So, that leaves what? Speculators are your best friend at the present time. That would be my guess Cross your fingers and hope these arrant dogs come to the rescue!
  • Oil by deos
    Wed, 17 Dec 2014 17:14:30 GMT

    Gone up 10% is this the recovery or a smoke screen?