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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: Worth Less or Worthless by jontee
    Sun, 31 Aug 2014 21:14:00 GMT

    Silversnout. At last, one word of "value" from you.
    The latter in your subject header Worthless!
    I am referring' of course, to this and "all" your "contributions" to this BB.

    By jontee
  • Worth Less or Worthless by SilverSnout
    Sun, 31 Aug 2014 05:56:00 GMT

    Carliar at it again with sordid ramp. So olie TLW found more sticky stuff in Kenya and sp ticked up 20p...wowww. Just means it gonna fall more when the time comes. Wise pundits gettin jittery about frothy markets. If market pops and fall 40% olie TLW gonna drop to around 420p. That ain't a million miles off wise punter Tweek thinkin. Gotta say it though - they been mighty lucky with all that strife around the planet. Without it oil price be fallin to $50 and olie TLW is worthless...not worth less...worthless! Thems the risks with this one. You ain't talkin Shell...yer talkin a giant AIM stock currently valued over $10 billion. Keep dem squids in yer pockets or add to dem shorts. ROFLMAO.
    Silversnout By SilverSnout
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  • The Way Things Are..... by carliol
    Sat, 30 Aug 2014 01:09:00 GMT

    Good Morning All,

    The way events are developing in the Middle East with the current crisis in Kurdistan, Iraq and Syria it looks as if, by comparison, Africa may not be such a dreadful place to operate in after all.

    With the turmoil being created by the evil and barbaric forces of IS who are committing heinous crimes against humanity we could be seeing the tide turning in favour of sub Saharan Africa as a lower risk investment. Although we still have the Ugandan Government to contend with and there are risks to operating in Kenya with locals that want work, these pale into insignificance when compared with Kurdistan.

    I wonder if we could see a de-risking of Africa combined with oil companies being more focused on exploring Africa.

    There must be some exploration companies who must be looking for lower risk areas to explore. In addition, there must be some major oil companies who may have been looking to expand in the M E by taking over companies with potential but have been put off by the recent horrific events.

    This leads me to believe that Tullow could be a take over target. Just look at the potential in Kenya and Ghana. The recent RNS outlining Tullow's recent successes in Kenya must have attracted the attention of some majors. I think Kenya is going to be big, very big and don't forget in mid 2016 TEN comes on stream and will increase Tullow's production by 50%.

    Just some food for thought as Tullow's share price looks as if it could be recovering after bouncing back from around 700p.


    By carliol
  • Africa oil update by million one
    Fri, 29 Aug 2014 07:36:00 GMT

    Drilling on the Ngamia-3 and Amosing 2/2A appraisal wells also in the Lokichar Basin on Block 10BB (Kenya) has also been completed.

    Net pay was encountered over multiple reservoir zones over a gross interval ranging from 500 to 1500 meters. Pressure data seems to indicate that there could be pressure communication between many of these reservoirs.

    Remember scenario 3. 10billion barrels in Kenya on last years Tullow presentation???


    M1 By million one
  • Uganda news by million one
    Fri, 29 Aug 2014 07:23:00 GMT


    Lets hope they can move things along and start exporting.

    M1 By million one
  • Motley Fool Article by aquason
    Fri, 29 Aug 2014 05:09:00 GMT


    75% growth in EPS forecast for next year. Not too shabby, yes it's a risky share but that's what you get when you invest in oil exploration. From my perspective it offers a nice balance between exploration and production, a great company really. By aquason
  • Re: by tweeeek
    Fri, 29 Aug 2014 01:14:00 GMT

    Hi gailes5 you can email me at tweeeek at outlook dot com i will send you the documents that i have. I will be in the uk tomorrow for a charity event i will be climbing up pen y ghent for cancer research please donate to cancer charities. By tweeeek
  • Re: £7 Expected.... by Gailes5
    Thu, 28 Aug 2014 17:12:00 GMT

    Tweek Are you going to let me have your e-mail address so that I can share the information that you have passed to others ? By Gailes5
  • Re: £7 Expected.... by lambrini girl
    Thu, 28 Aug 2014 14:43:00 GMT

    bounced nicely(D/B)...offa my £7...BANG ON!!! By lambrini girl
  • Re: Take Your Pick by Guesstimate
    Thu, 28 Aug 2014 14:26:00 GMT

    If your "people on the ground" are "kicking the can down the road", I suggest you put them on half wages until they come up with some "jam".

    Since they've let you down, here's some jam. The Ngamia field ALONE in the Lokichar basin in Kenya is now looking like it could be AT LEAST 2km in diameter, and net pay of 150m or more. That blows anything TLW discovered in Uganda into a cocked hat. And Ngamia isn't necessarily the biggest field in the basin. They start drilling the geologically identical Kerio basin in September. Sure it's a wildcat, but the Lokichar is looking like it's bigger than any field in Uganda and Uganda turned out to be how many billion barrels?

    The easy money shorting TLW has been made. The smart money will be getting out of short bets, I think.

    Still giggling unscrupulously.

    That's the closest I'll ever get to ramping. By Guesstimate
  • Re: Take Your Pick by tweeeek
    Thu, 28 Aug 2014 12:51:00 GMT

    My information is from our researchers on the ground, and the information has always been correct. I see from the postings that not one of the unscrupulous rampers has denied being unscrupulous.

    The SP will fall to 650, no matter how much misinformation is given, the oil is of poor quality, the political situation will only get worse. and its still a promise of jam tomorrow, they can kick the can down the road but when the time comes 650 is phase one target and 350 is the true value of this, the news being held back will have to be released soon.

    I will put a buy rating on this when it gets to 350 but only if the information from our researchers changes. By tweeeek
  • Re: Take Your Pick by Cashman103
    Thu, 28 Aug 2014 12:45:00 GMT

    Tweek. Don't have your e-mail address. By Cashman103
  • Re: Take Your Pick by brummell
    Thu, 28 Aug 2014 11:33:00 GMT

    Twerk is losing it. Last time it was a fantasy secure server. This time its a fantasy email address to go with the fantasy friend in the city (who seems to have left the fairy tale for now) the fantasy sailing boats, the fantasy trips to Africa and the fantasy location in Vietnam. Sounds like a comedy rerun of "Fantasy Island". Good for a laugh though. I wonder when those fantasy people on the ground going to come down to earth? By brummell
  • Re: Take Your Pick by Gailes5
    Thu, 28 Aug 2014 11:20:00 GMT

    Tweek. Don't have your e-mail address. By Gailes5
  • Re: Take Your Pick by Guesstimate
    Thu, 28 Aug 2014 10:59:00 GMT

    350? Your target has changed then? Were your people on the ground far too optimistic before?

    You're reputation as a reverse indicator continues to grow. You nearly managed to sell at the absolute lows, 704 was only 5p off. What's your stop loss on a trade with a 54p target? 10p, 20p, 30p, 54p? My advice, don't let it run so far in your face this time - your last experience shorting TLW must have been painful enough.

    What a giggle. By Guesstimate
  • RNS released by garethbrierley19
    Thu, 28 Aug 2014 13:07:26 GMT

    Decent drilling results. Fingers crossed for future positive updates from South Lokichar basin.
  • RE: Going up ... by garethbrierley19
    Wed, 27 Aug 2014 15:39:10 GMT

    Yep, looks like I jumped the gun. But we are moving in the right direction ... I think! GLA.
  • RE: Going up ... by Lennie
    Wed, 27 Aug 2014 14:25:49 GMT

    Not yet, some pushing still required. Very positive though on ex-div day. Lennie
  • Going up ... by garethbrierley19
    Wed, 27 Aug 2014 10:48:04 GMT

    Just breached 720p. Sign of a break out?
  • Ex-div tomorrow. by garethbrierley19
    Tue, 26 Aug 2014 11:15:16 GMT

    I really hope we have reached the bottom now.
  • 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.