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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: $3.82 | Change: +$0.01 | %Change: +0.26%
Volume: 1.1m | Day High/Low: 3.84/3.70 | 52 Week High/Low: 7.78/2.765
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RE:PGF Top Pick on BNN

"My target price is $15 and change"  :) :)  rate and reply
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PGF Top Pick on BNN

Tue, Dec 23, 2014 - 6:50 PM Benj Gallander, President, Contra The Heard Investment Letter gives his top picks: Pengrowth Energy, Macatawa Bank and Innodata.   http://www.bnn.ca/Video/player.aspx?vid...read more
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Tbc slashes 2015 cash flow estimate

Take a look at this week cash flow reduction.target price now $4.50  rate and reply
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Dividend Safe

Pengrowth Energy Corp: Can You Count on the 12.3% Dividend? As they say, every grey cloud has a silver lining. Take the recent sell-off in energy stocks as an example. Sure, some of the higher risk...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Nigeria, Libya, Iraq, North Sea will push WTI/Brent

Agreed!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Nigeria, Libya, Iraq, North Sea will push WTI/Brent

Hopefully you're buying your shorted shares back Squint, cuz this train is leavin' the station. And your feeble attempt in a previous post to compare PGF's divy yield to the likes of PWT, LTS and LRE,...read more
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RE:Nigeria, Libya, Iraq, North Sea will push WTI/Brent

...and don't forget the cyber attack from North Korea and the Martian invasion.  The media is silent on these too.  I think it is a conspiracy.  rate and reply
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Nigeria, Libya, Iraq, North Sea will push WTI/Brent

A perfect storm is gradually building up that will unfold over the next weeks. It has already started with the ongoing strike of the Nigerian oil workers due to the elections and continues with Libya...read more
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Short position

Symbol Report Date Volume Change Shares Issued % Float T : PGF 2014-12-15 13,702,639 2,119,414 531,081,432 ...read more
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RE:PGF Announces First Steam at Lindbergh

Out of curiosity, I wonder how many Wellpads there are. I work at Long Lake and we have 16 pairs on each Wellpad for the SAGD done here. There are 21 Wellpads here.  rate and reply
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Comparative Dividend Yields

Dividend Price Yield PennWest $0.36 $2.61 13.79% Lightstream $0.18 $1.39 12.95% Pengrowth ...read more
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PGF Announces First Steam at Lindbergh

http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/pengrowth-announces-first-steam-initial-12500-barrel-per-day-commercial-project-lindbergh-tsx-pgf-1976985.htm Pengrowth Announces First Steam at the Initial...read more
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RE:RE:NIGERIAN Oil Workers Start INDEFINITE Strike Today

How is an indefinite strike different from any other strikes? Any union that goes on strike does not have an end date set before they walk out. All strikes are indefinite when they start.  rate and reply
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RE:NIGERIAN Oil Workers Start INDEFINITE Strike Today

"radio Silence from CNBC and Bloomberg though, because the manipulators do not want the masses to know this material information. It hurts their agenda" Are you sure?????? That is all I have been...read more
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NIGERIAN Oil Workers Start INDEFINITE Strike Today

Aside Libya's force majeure that prevents 550,000 bodp from being exported, and the decline in North Dakota's oil production that started in October, the Nigerian oil workers started an INDEFINITE...read more
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credit markets risk

“A drop in oil stokes concern about growth and credit risk, and markets can’t ignore that,”  rate and reply
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RE:Libya's largest oil export port closed due to clashes.

And all Nigerian oil workers go on strike Monday. GLTA  rate and reply
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RE:Libya's largest oil export port closed due to clashes.

Did you read anything about this strong BULLISH FACT in BLOOMBERG or CNBC? Radio silence from these media/oil manipulators who have been consistently touting negative OPINIONS (not facts) over the...read more
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good read

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/the-saudi-standoff-oil-rich-nation-takes-on-worlds-high-cost-producers/article22073819/  rate and reply
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Libya's largest oil export port closed due to clashes.

Libya's largest oil export port closed due to clashes.   http://ca.reuters.com/article/topNews/idCAKBN0JS05220141214?sp=true   This will maybe help bring WTI back over $60 this week.  rate and reply

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