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Penn West Petroleum Ltd T.PWT

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

Penn West Petroleum Ltd is a exploration and production company. It explores, develops and holds interests in oil and natural gas properties and related infrastructure in the Western Canada.
Price: $3.01 | Change: +$0.04 | %Change: +1.35%
Volume: 2.4m | Day High/Low: 3.10/2.95 | 52 Week High/Low: 11.00/1.67
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US carrier Vs iranian ships ?

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/04/20/us-navy-stationing-aircraft-carrier-and-escort-ship-in-yemeni-waters-to/  rate and reply
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U.S. Prepared to Intercept Iranian Convoy Suspected of Carry

American warships are prepared to intercept a convoy of Iranian ships suspected of carrying weapons to Houthi rebel forces in Yemen, senior defense and military officials told NBC News on Monday. An...read more
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RE:RE:PW cost to maintian production

Scotia has PWT 2015 production at 90,397 pre dispositions and 81,611 for 2016. In 2014, PWT would have needed around $1.2 billion of capex to stay flat if memory serves at average capital efficiency...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Sale of royalties

Madinvestor3 wrote: emunster wrote: Madinvestor3 are you expecting production to fall below 90,000 boe/d for 2015? If that's the case I think I will use one of your expressions, holy Dina...read more
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Nawar: A buyout shale/tight oil assets frenzy is coming.

A buyout shale/tight oil assets frenzy is coming. These two comments from SLB & HAL CCs that confirms to me the likelihood of an upcoming frenzy for North American shale/tight oil assets in the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Nawar:Re: Goldman Sachs: Oil Stock ‘Prices Already Reflect a

many thanks for the time and effort put into your excellent response madinvestor, maybe in the long term selling off bits and pieces is best for all concerned. (from a short term trader)  rate and reply
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RE:PW cost to maintian production

I'm thinking the decline rates are somewhere around 15-20 %  rate and reply
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PW cost to maintian production

If PW say's they need to spend 600 million to stay flat, does anyone no what that translate into BOE? I'll try and see if I can find a good number, then we can predict where PW will be out in the near...read more
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RE:RE:Nawar:Re: Goldman Sachs: Oil Stock ‘Prices Already Reflect a

whoLuLu wrote: Through all this, does pwe ever break even, make a profit or raise it's dividend? I don't see it. Good question, if you are a long-term type. Short answer, i think it will take high...read more
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US warship heads to Yemeni waters to intercept Iranian weapo

DEVELOPING: U.S. Navy officials say the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt is steaming toward the waters off Yemen and will join other American ships prepared to intercept any Iranian vessels...read more
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RE:Nawar:Re: Goldman Sachs: Oil Stock ‘Prices Already Reflect a

Through all this, does pwe ever break even, make a profit or raise it's dividend? I don't see it.  rate and reply
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RE:Nawar:Re: Goldman Sachs: Oil Stock ‘Prices Already Reflect a

But many shale oil producers were borrowing heavily at 100 bucks per barrel just to stay afloat. Even if the price goes back up to 100 bucks, who is going to lend them money this time? Fool me once...read more
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Nawar:Re: Goldman Sachs: Oil Stock ‘Prices Already Reflect a

Re: Goldman Sachs: Oil Stock ‘Prices Already Reflect a Commodity Rebound’ I think Goldman is premature in expecting rigs to be added at $55. $60 is clearly the line in the sand for most operators...read more
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Nawar: Has anything changed?

Has anything changed? When you read the analysts reports about the massive leaps in shale productivity since the early shale days you would think those guys would be making money today at $10 a...read more
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The Hedge Bomb

Interesting analysis for those who don't understand hedging.  Those companies that didn't cash out their hedges that were put on in 2013 and the first half of 2014 are now out on a long limb.     pha...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Lets work together!

Agreed, some of the talk we have seen on this site is absolutely disgraceful and beyond belief. When you see profanities, threats or rude sexual remarks the best thing to do is use the "report abuse...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Lets work together!

And I'm not the one that talks for the sake of talking, you may of read one of my post that said, I only want to participate in a meaninful conversation about PW. And thats all I will ever do on this...read more
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RE:RE:Lets work together!

I seen you been on this board for a while now, I'm sure you must think you're repeating your self many times on this board and it i fustrating sometimes. If we try and keep the topic on current events...read more
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RE:Lets work together!

No offence taken. I just see the reclass as irrelevant and have already posted more about it than an investor should care about imho.  rate and reply
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RE:Lets work together!

Know you made me have another beer. Thanks  rate and reply