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Pengrowth Energy Corporation T.PGF

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  PGH | T.PGF.DB.A | T.PGF.DB.B

Pengrowth Energy Corp is engaged in the development, production and acquisition and exploration of oil and natural gas reserves in the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Nova Scotia.
Price: $6.06 | Change: $-0.11 | %Change: -1.78%
Volume: 1.3m | Day High/Low: 6.15/6.01 | 52 Week High/Low: 7.78/5.895
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Nice to see the insider buying.....I wonder if this is a reflection on Lindberg  rate and reply
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It's starting to look like Lindbergh's approaching startup is having the positive push up that some of us have been waiting for.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:"Real reason why oil is tumbling"

The good old days with oil at $80/bbl have passed and will not come back. The tensions in the Middle East are not going to end tomorrow.  rate and reply
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RE:"Real reason why oil is tumbling"

The oil price will stabilize at the current levels. Do not expect much downside from here.  rate and reply
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"Real reason why oil is tumbling" As with  every other asset-class in the world now, fundamentals have taken a more
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It bears repeating

What an utter, absolute DOG! EOM no, P.S.:  I'm scared even to look at TA on this.  rate and reply
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Net Loss

Did any other enegy company reporrt a net loss for Q2 or is Pengrowth the only one ??  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Compare to Cenovus

Compare valuations relative to the 2P reserves.  Compare the cash flow netbacks.  rate and reply
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RE:Compare to Cenovus

Comparing Pengrowth to Cenovus is like comparing Apples to Oranges. Cenovus has Refineries Pengrowth does not.  rate and reply
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Compare to Cenovus

A comparison of the market valuation on Cenovus vs. Pengrowth is in order.  rate and reply
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RE:24 million $ loss second quarter...... nice work PGF

looks good to me. All boils down to production from Lindbergh. Hopefully it will be good. PLace yor bets all.  rate and reply
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24 million $ loss second quarter...... nice work PGF

Mr. Evans assures the market everything is on track.  Blows my mind that oil is trading around 100 bucks and these guys still can't make money.  rate and reply
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RE:2nd Quarter Results?

August 7  rate and reply
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2nd Quarter Results?

Last year, news release on July 18 announcing 2nd quarter results released after market close on August 1.  They're taking their sweet time this year.  Anyone know when 2nd quarter results will more
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Gas price down Oil price down  Pengrowth down Just the facts - no emotion.  rate and reply
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Great post! Based on factual information and void of emotion!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Squint master of omission

Squints Jan 21, 2013 post predicts a $3.90 target price and the dividend is unsafe. Wow Squint. WRONG!!! You are definitely the lone voice in the woods. Buy back your shorted shares and join the more
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Agreed and what Canadian company is making one of  the biggest shifts in production mix from gas to heavy oil over next two years? Pengrowth.   And where will the company be in 18 months? At or more
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RE:Squint master of omission

The hedging is only for a year or 18 months.  My point is look at the long term price strip -  that's what has realy eroded.  rate and reply
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Squint master of omission

What he fails to point in his tireless bashing of Pengrowth is that Pengrowth has over 60% of its gas production hedged at well over the current spot price and is one of the "least" exposed more