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Amid the East Coast Gas Crisis, RLE Strike Deal with Santos

The East Coast gas supply crisis is driving gas prices up, with prices forecast to increase substantially from current levels. But what can be done to mitigate what could be an economic disaster. This gas shortage crisis has been all over the news lately, especially following Prime Minister Turnbull’s announcement that gas exports would be […]

LSE Stock to Rise as Helium Approaches Supply Cliff?

You may not read about it often, but the gas that makes your voice go higher, delivering so many laughs at kids’ birthday parties, is actually part of a $6 billion global industry in revenue terms. We are talking about helium.

UJO on Track to Drill Two Fully Funded Conventional Wells in 2017

Oil exploration, as well as oil production, is all about timing. Drilling for a productive source of crude oil requires extensive preparation, sifting through geological assessments and as many oil sector investors also know, a bit of luck.

In the Coming Days, this $8M Capped ASX Stock is Spudding a Well in an Oil Hot Spot

One $8M capped oil and gas producer and explorer is just a few days away from spudding a well offering near term production potential in a highly prolific onshore hydrocarbon region of Indonesia. The low cost Amanah Timur-1 well is scheduled to spud around the 12th December on an underexplored block that is on trend with major oil fields in the region.

Large Perth Basin Holding for Micro Cap ASX Stock: M&A Appeal?

Welcome to the Wild West, a land rich in entrepreneurship and natural resources where many a gas or oil company has come to test their luck. Like any good Western, there are the lily-livers who never try, the losers who end up left (literally) in the dust, and the hero who braves a new frontier right on the border of civilisation and the wilderness.

Cracker-jack British Bulldog AIMs for Oil Windfall

This AIM listed oil opportunity could see investors board the Britannia onshore oil market, a small but hot market niche that’s now offering what could be seen as a ‘politically-motivated’ investment opportunity, and what we think house some handsome risk-reward ratios.

SPB is an Early Bird Hunting for the PNG Shale Worm

There is a bit of a “worm-catching early bird” story for our reader’s perusal in this edition of The Next Oil Rush; a story about a company whose assets could potentially mature into a significantly proportioned resource. South Pacific Resources (ASX:SPB) is a small ASX explorer looking for a ‘big kahuna’ result in one of most underexplored hydrocarbon-bearing areas in the world: Papua New Guinea.

Why did the Steve Jobs of Shale Choose to Partner with this ASX Stock?

Hydrocarbon-savvy ASX investors take note. A $6m capped onshore oil and gas producer with over 2,000 active US wells producing around 600 Bbl/d and 6,100 Mcf/d, sporting a US$200MN Macquarie-sponsored credit facility is beginning to emerge.

ASX Junior Receives First Licences in Highly Sought After Oil and Gas Region

For the last five years, one junior ASX listed oil and gas explorer has been working side-by-side with the Papua New Guinea government, who has just passed new game-changing legislation in oil and gas exploration. As a result, the PNG government has granted the company first access to unconventional exploration licenses in one of the most hotly sought after oil and gas areas of the world.

Is this 3.6 Billion Barrel Project Profitable at Less Than $40/Barrel?

When it comes to investing in unconventional oil exploration companies, there are a couple of key questions that every investor needs to consider when evaluating a new resource. Will the oil actually flow to the surface at decent rates? And; Will that flow rate support economic development at the expected oil prices?

Cornerstone Investors Back PGY at a 100% Premium

Oil may be temporarily downbeat, with some junior oil & gas explorers struggling to attract investor attention, however there are a small number of quality companies out there who are astutely gearing up for the inevitable market rebound.

How 88 Energy Defied the Odds

Amidst a cyclical downturn in the oil market, one dual listed oil explorer 88 Energy (ASX:88E; AIM:88E) has managed to stand out amongst the crowd, and steadily grow its valuation over the past year – defying the odds and expectations for a junior.

When Oil Met Gas: 88E in the Sweet Spot

In the 1989 film When Harry met Sally, the romance between Harry and Sally caused sparks (you may remember that diner scene). When news that ‘Oil met Gas’ at 88 Energy (AIM:88E | ASX:88E)’s Alaskan onshore Project Icewine this week, the company’s share price sparked in just the same way…

Explore, Sell and Repeat: OEL Builds Arsenal to Extend Winning Strategy

Fresh from selling its Galoc oil field for US$108MN earlier this year, Otto Energy (ASX:OEL) is already assembling its arsenal for a shot at its next big money spinner.

Next Door to Santos: RLE is Cashed Up and Ready to Frac

The Cooper Basin is home to some serious oil and gas players. Think Senex, AGL, Drillsearch and the big one… the $4.5BN market capped Santos.

AVD Secure Farm Out: Drilling Soon on 100M Barrel Target

Investing in oil exploration companies is inherently speculative in nature – but the fact that oil prices are currently hovering below $50 per barrel has sent some oilers the world over screaming for mercy.

Reinvigorated Pilot Plots Course for New Oil & Gas Heights

Pilot Energy (ASX:PGY), the $3M capped junior explorer with a rapidly developing early stage exploration portfolio, recently announced an independent audit confirming the potential for multi-million barrel oil discoveries…

Tiny ASX Oil Explorer Next Door to $50BN Eni and $45BN Statoil

Pilot Energy (ASX:PGY) has reinvented itself as an emerging junior oil and gas company, having acquired its four new permits in the space of just ten months – an impressive result for such a small team.

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