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BNK Petroleum Inc T.BKX

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  BNKPF

BNK Petroleum Inc is engaged in exploration, development, production and marketing of crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids.
Price: $0.475 | Change: +$0.015 | %Change: +3.26%
Volume: 147,269 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 1.27/0.265
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Wolf Regener (CEO) Interview - July 7, 2015

Yes, I noticed that as well. My question, - where were those shares disposed privately? Were they traded back to their interests or outside i.e. traded to their company or an outside fund?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Wolf Regener (CEO) Interview - July 7, 2015

Not sure if this was already released on the board but here a few insiders sells: Jun 17/15 Jun 15/15 Nicholson, Ford Direct Ownership Common Shares  11 - Disposition carried out privately -2,600, more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Wolf Regener (CEO) Interview - July 7, 2015

himmier or wittman (are you the same). Yes I am the same toppgunn/whitehorn. Very good article on Poland shale gas btw. All BNK needs to do is get some production going in Poland even it is less more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Wolf Regener (CEO) Interview - July 7, 2015

You say all the majors have left but I dont think that matters as much anyway.It would appear as though BKX relies on a JV with either a government entity or a smaller local company .They can more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Wolf Regener (CEO) Interview - July 7, 2015

Just a few questions for BNK and this board: 1] Considering all the majors have withdrawn from Poland, what is the likelihood of them obtaining a partner in that region? 2] What is there more
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RE:RE:RE:Wolf Regener (CEO) Interview - July 7, 2015

Great points all.Off topic ,I have a question though,Whitehorn,your style of writing and certain mannerisms are identical to a poster that called himself Topgun.Either you are an informed new more
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RE:RE:Wolf Regener (CEO) Interview - July 7, 2015

BrokerG, exactly my thoughts as well on your comments. That being said, BNK is on the right track in this environment, doing everything correctly. I hope they do not issue shares, and one of the more
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RE:Wolf Regener (CEO) Interview - July 7, 2015

Thank you Whitehorn. Great find. It pretty much confirms what we have been saying for awhile. BNK needs money[ line of credit]. They cannot advance their drilling plans without an infusion of more
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Wolf Regener (CEO) Interview - July 7, 2015  rate and reply
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RE:Going forward

I doubt that we have seen the real capital cost per new well yet. With a short production cycle, well capex now becomes limiting. However, recent opinion is that new wells or perhaps the best more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:New shareholders here?

Another point, if BNK can get some development in Poland it would help immensely in developing this field. Even it if is 500 boepd equivalent per day, would help with further exploration and more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:New shareholders here?

Great summary Whitehorn.We all can only offer opinions here ,but thats what makes things interesting.Same with Broker G's comment about the uncertainty about Europe.That  is unfortunately a more
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RE:RE:RE:New shareholders here?

wittman, I agree totally with your comments on natgas in Poland and wondering myself on little development. The question being, why has Europe been put on hold, or very little work has occurred more
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RE:RE:RE:New shareholders here?

Great point Witt. There has been alot of discussion on this board that Poland is not that important or is only gravy to our Caney assets. I disagree. I have a hard time believing that our more
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RE:RE:New shareholders here?

Hi Whitehorn.Your last post spoke of oil sentiment being bad,which is true,however the Polish issues and Europe in general tend to be exclusively natural gas...not oil.Not to say that natgas more
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How debt is now working on E&P and energy services cos

The article below is not about BNK, but still is very interesting and not unrelated...  rate and reply
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RE:New shareholders here?

himmier, all good comments and agree for the most part. Only thing on Europe, have to wonder whether it will continue to be on hold till their is more bullish sentiment on the price of oil. There more
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New shareholders here?

I personally see nothing unusual about this stocks behaviour.Nothing.That doesnt mean I enjoy the recent activity though.Being a shareholder for eons,I cant help but stress ,once again, the more
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Going forward

Unfortunately, BNK could be plagued with low share prices below a buck for the next year or more. If they can modestly increase production, run profitable, minimal or no debt, and able to more
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Not sure about manipulation but there is surely someone, with a sizable position, who is trying to get out. All other oil stocks up and even oil is up today, yet we are currently down 6%. Let's more