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Birchcliff Energy Ltd T.BIR

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.BIR.PR.A| T.BIR.PR.C

Birchcliff Energy Ltd is an intermediate oil and gas company. It is engaged in the exploration, development, production and acquisition of petroleum and natural gas reserves in Western Canada.
Price: $6.61 | Change: +$0.79 | %Change: +13.57%
Volume: 849,204 | Day High/Low: 6.69/5.74 | 52 Week High/Low: 12.82/4.90
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BIR Q2 Earnings In - Looks Very Solid!!

Production Growth Cost Reduction 2015 Y/E Guidance Increase Just barely missed net profit thanks to tax shift  rate and reply
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Icahn/Cheniere  rate and reply
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Today's storage numbers

I point out this week’s injection was a mere 32 Bcf. Not only is it the smallest injection (by a country mile) since April 10th, but it follows on the heels of 2 rather smallish injections of 61 & more
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RE:Highly constructive, but do they have the will to adopt?

WOW - lots there!!!... Here is a simpler shorter term and out analysis of nat gas.  rate and reply
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Highly constructive, but do they have the will to adopt?

Now here is a really interesting article from the OIL & Gas Journal that offers a penetrating analysis of the U.S. energy industry and its role in the global energy business.  It ticks a lot of more
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Petronas Proceeding

No one seems to have posted what De Jong has said about September ground-breaking at Prince Rupert. The effect of this and Kitimat (even sooner) should filter through to NAV calculations and more
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the TSX will probably drop back about 100 points or so.  Those of us who had to go thru the 2008 meltdown and now the oil slump can only blame our bad luck.  Will the oil  and gas market normalize more
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Didn't think I'd ever be buying under $6.  rate and reply
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Oil vs NG

I'm more optimistic about NG than oil.  Some fund managers think that oil currently is probably at the bottom of the cycle and is likely to regain some pricing strength as the economy picks more
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RE:RE:From bad to worse

Hi, Fergus, Nice to hear from you and your opinion. I respect your optimism.  After all, making investment is just an aspect of a person's overall life and a market crash is not the end of the world. more
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RE:From bad to worse

The past month has been brutal for energy stocks. Probably the lowest point of the year, I think most of us have been wincing at looking at our portfolio. But we are still here. Im modestly bullish more
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RE:From bad to worse

Well I’m still around Notwrong and still very bullish on BIR.  It would seem that while the Iranian agreement has been concluded, (negotiations only of course), the market perceives that more
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From bad to worse

for the oil and gas sector in North America with the Iran wild card now unfolding.  Looks like everyone has abandoned this board as well.  rate and reply
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What a mess

the oil and gas sector is in.  No relief on the horizon.  Even Warren Buffet Would not have invested in Suncor if he knew it was going to be this bad.  I now think that I under-estimated more
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Herd panick selling has played out as it does each and every time.  It is time to buy the stocks you have been waiting to buy, now at about 2 to 3% cheaper than before the onset of the herd more
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Looks like the panicky herd is not as panicky as some speculators and bashers have hoped for.  That is an improvement better than I expected but a disappointment for professional speculators more
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The sky is falling for some

Brace yourself for a "no" vote in Greece.  As usual, one can expect the North American markets to drop 2 or 3% on Monday as the nervous herd, as usual, overreact and dump their stocks, only to more
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RE:Let Greece go into default

What about the cretins who have made excessive profits trading in Greek bonds through discounting and yielding 40%. What about Morgan Stanley who lied and fudged the initial data getting Greece more
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RE:RE:S-A on NG Prices going up

The WSJ says we had a strong quarter, we could use more hot weather in Texas and Florida where NG is the air conditioning source for electricity. more
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RE:S-A on NG Prices going up

Cramer says;..."I've told you that many of these domestic oils are still trading at about where they were back when oil bottomed about 15 points ago. I continue to marvel at how bearish people more