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Gran Tierra Energy Inc T.GTE

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

Gran Tierra Energy Inc together with its subsidiaries is an international energy company engaged in oil and gas acquisition, exploration, development and production. The Company owns oil and gas properties in Colombia, Peru and Brazil.
Price: $4.62 | Change: +$0.11 | %Change: +2.44%
Volume: 559,120 | Day High/Low: 4.62/4.39 | 52 Week High/Low: 8.69/2.58
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could be a good one again if wti sustains current levels and moves higher to say, range of $70-$80 over many years. cheers, dave.  rate and reply
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GTE responded yesterday's news and they didn't sound pleased with their tone, the end result the stock sold off. It ran yesterday from 3.85 to 4.4 when the news was announced and then this morning more
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Gran Tierra run just begun..

Gran Tierra is approaching some very critical valuation metrics and I believe the next 3 months are hugely important both from a fundamental and technical standpoint. There are 3 key more
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RE:Nice run...

The nice run got totally squeeze by profit takers. Tomorrow will be another day  rate and reply
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Nice run...

and excellent news for GTE. Time for a shake up, it sure can't hurt. If oil moves up we may hit 5 by the end of the week. Lets hope for some nice reports out of API and EIA to follow up from last more
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Pretty quiet...

in here. GTE is been performing well lately except for today. I think they are probably the safest Colombian oil play sitting with no debt and some cash. Yesterday's volume was unreal and maybe more
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WTI surge on Yemen conflict Any retaliation action from Houthi into Saudi Arabia will see WTI skyrocket. Wonder if WTI short sellers will more
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RE:Pacific Rubiales will abandon Rubiales oil field in Colombia

Not a great idea in this oil price environment ... The Rubiales field in an older field that will require considerable re-investment just to maintain current production levels. Why do you think more
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Pacific Rubiales will abandon Rubiales oil field in Colombia

EcoPetrol (ECP) needs a new partner Pacific Rubiales Energy announced that it and state-run Ecopetrol have agreed not to extend PRE’s operating contracts for the Rubiales and Piriri oil fields more
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Cut 20%...

of their work force today oil down a good day to buy....GLTA  rate and reply
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GTE is just as much in play as PTA or its peers

Any independent international senior looking for added production, reserves and exploration could buy GTE pretty inexpensively right now. 68 million of 2P is nothing to sneeze at and the RLI is over more
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Fool plug  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:GTE's lost ALL the Reserves in Peru, future acquisitions

Frank Holmes: US Global Funds Peru has proven to be the most volatile emerging economy Interesting interactive chart here more
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New Key Quotes about Acquisitions from GTE's CC today

I quote from today's CC: - "we intend to be be opportunity reactive...(once seller expectation comes down) looking for opportunities to utilize our capital" - "we see a lot of, or a number more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:GTE's lost ALL the Reserves in Peru, future acquisitions

Naka, I believe it will be either PTA (Petroamerica) or PDQ (Petrodorado).  GTE can buy PDQ for peanuts now. PDQ is an explorer with small production coming from the Llanos Basin. PTA has more
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RE:RE:RE:GTE's lost ALL the Reserves in Peru, future acquisitions

Most everybody knows the Llanos basin in Colombia is nothing but small oil fields with very high decline rates, so no long term future there. The small producers in Colombia are just junk IMHO and more
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RE:RE:RE:GTE's lost ALL the Reserves in Peru, future acquisitions

I'm curious which company you think is the most likely to be acquired by GTE. Thanks  rate and reply
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RE:RE:GTE's lost ALL the Reserves in Peru, future acquisitions

GTE's production in Colombia is also coming from only one Basin, the Putumayo Basin. So GTE's production in Colombia is coming from only one Block in only one Basin, Putumayo.  They have to more
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Gran Tierra conference call today at 10am EST, earnings

CALGARY, Feb. 28, 2015 /CNW/ - Gran Tierra Energy Inc. (NYSE MKT; TSX: GTE) ("Gran Tierra"), a company focused on oil and gas exploration and production in South America, today announced that it more
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RE:GTE's lost ALL the Reserves in Peru, future acquisitions

So GTE's Total 2P Reserves in December 2014 are: Proved:  49.9 MMboe    (94% of them are in Colombia and the rest is in Brazil) Proved and Probable:  67.7 MMboe  (90% of them are in Colombia more