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Energulf Resources Inc V.ENG

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

Energulf Resources Inc is engaged in the business of acquiring and developing oil and gas projects interest in Africa.
Price: $0.08 | Change: +$0.005 | %Change: +6.67%
Volume: 2,000 | Day High/Low: 0.08/0.08 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.32/0.065
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RE:RE:RE:RE:The Saudi's will blink

OPEC strategy, I meant.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:The Saudi's will blink

Causing damage to the majors is open strategy. It is working,, very well, they all are low cost producers. I think they will keep oil low for years to come. Do you think that Saudi Arabia wants Iran...read more
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RE:RE:The Saudi's will blink

Oil needs to find the sweet spot where everyone can live with the price. The producers can make money and continue to invest in exploration and the world economies can bear the price. I think it will...read more
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RE:The Final Chapter

I disagree. It might not be what management wants but it will be the outcome. The one thing I agree on is that eng failed miserably. This is an epic failure. I also bought into it and have a nice loss...read more
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RE:The Saudi's will blink

Your are dreaming. Iranian oil is hitting the markets starting next year. The oil glut is here to stay. If we are lucky ENG will be liquidated soon in a way which minimize the damage. The sooner the...read more
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RE:RE:The Saudi's will blink

SS76 I think you are right in the money. Your scenario is right in the money. It is going to be a very painful ending for the shareholders.  rate and reply
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RE:The Saudi's will blink

Beenburned64 wrote: and they will announce production cuts and the price of oil will reverse so hard your neck will snap. Crude prices can't stay down here for a myriad of reasons. The bottom is...read more
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The Saudi's will blink

and they will announce production cuts and the price of oil will reverse so hard your neck will snap. Crude prices can't stay down here for a myriad of reasons. The bottom is coming and soon. I have...read more
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The Final Chapter

The end of the Lotshi licence may be near and 1711 is not far behind. I can see why Peter and crew wants the Columbus Copper merge to take place. The shareholders better hope that Columbus gets the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:new seimic data for block 1717 onshore Namibia

I am afraid so....  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:new seimic data for block 1717 onshore Namibia

Its time to say goodbye.............  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:new seimic data for block 1717 onshore Namibia

My point Wally. Without outside interest, we are done. And we are done. Outside companies are licking their chops. All they have to do is to wait for the liquidation of eng and grab it for themselves....read more
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RE:RE:RE:new seimic data for block 1717 onshore Namibia

Most certainly ENG shareholders are interested in 1711 and Lotshi for that matter. That is a given. That is why we are here. What ENG needs is outside interest in its properties. That's what's missing...read more
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RE:RE:RE:new seimic data for block 1717 onshore Namibia

I do not think that offshore will ever come back. The Saudis want the price of oil down, and Iranian oil will hit the market around January. Oil companies will see through existing projects but...read more
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RE:RE:new seimic data for block 1717 onshore Namibia

I don't agree Passport, I think 1711 is still of interest to Energulf shareholders. One could argue it is the play that if it ever moves forward will have the biggest upside potential to the share...read more
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RE:new seimic data for block 1717 onshore Namibia

Namibia is gone. It is no longer of interest to the ENG shareholder. Lotshi will be soon too, Albania will take years. The sp will drift to the .05 and below making any financing either dilutive to...read more
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RE:new seimic data for block 1717 onshore Namibia

Those 2 blocks are onshore and is about 2000 kms away from 1711.  rate and reply
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new seimic data for block 1717 onshore Namibia

This block, not too far away from 1711 an thus probably similar in its geological structure should be of interest for every Energulf shareholder : AIM-listed Frontier Resources has provided...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:A simple yes or no survey........

We are pretty much done. A great story down the toilet. Too much to comprehend. Unbelievable.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:A simple yes or no survey........

dutchy31 wrote: Any news one of these day's ??? Nope, just the usual no news, at least no material news.   The stock will continue to trickle down to 0.05.  rate and reply