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Palliser Oil & Gas Corporation V.PXL

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P

Palliser Oil & Gas Corp is engaged in the exploration, development and production of petroleum including high netback heavy oil in the greater Lloydminster area of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Price: $0.18 | Change: +$0.02 | %Change: +12.50%
Volume: 701,009 | Day High/Low: 0.18/0.15 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.65/0.10


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RE:RE:RE:Maha is running out of time - sitting on their hands

theswedeoilfan1 makes reasonable comments, but there are no actions that match his/her words. For people to plop down 10m dollars, and then have the opportunity to buy more shares at at 20-30...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Termination Fee is invalid - will not stand up in court

I would be happy with management getting a bonus if they did the right thing and sold key assets rather than give away the company for a song.  This company needs a hostile takeover.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Termination Fee is invalid - will not stand up in court

Speaking of the courts, are the insiders enthusiastic about this deal because going to the knackers in bankruptcy will mean losing their options and 'performance awards' as well as any bonuses and...read more
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RE:Termination Fee is invalid - will not stand up in court

Thats good news. Is there another entity interested in PXL?  This is a rather tiny deal, probably beneath the notice of intermediate heavy oil players. From the last MD+A, it appears that much of PXL...read more
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Termination Fee is invalid - will not stand up in court

The time has come to find a hostile bid, that gets rid of management and Maha, who have shown no interest in doing anything to date. We now have precident to win court that the 3m break fee is...read more
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RE:RE:I support finding a new offer for the company

I don't like the offer and I'm voting against it.  rate and reply
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RE:I support finding a new offer for the company

it may be some cultural differences between NA and Scandinavian business perceptions but obviously, according to the details, any bid will have to go hostile. Given the potential of the assets in good...read more
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I support finding a new offer for the company

the Board of Directors should reopen bidding for the company. Maha does not appear to have the ability to close this deal IMO, the do not even have enough support to have this stock trading at the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Maha is running out of time - sitting on their hands

jenny, I was involved in another basket case deal that was created by Chinese involvement. Nothing wrong with the assets, just clamming up and driving the price down. The upshot was that when the...read more
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RE:As Roscoe says - show us the money

Speaking of taxation, Palliser also brings $98 mm in long term tax losses to the deal. The right management team can do very well with the PXL lands but the team needs Sask heavy oil savvy.  I hold...read more
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As Roscoe says - show us the money

talk is cheap. I just bought 39,500 shares at .165. Big difference between talk and stepping to the plate ... where are the Maha backers? The can buy at prices cheaper than the 10m financing and they...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Maha is running out of time - sitting on their hands

Well now you just need to have actions supporting your comments, which I agree with, and it happened for 4-5 days, and nothing since. Maha is getting a large asset base and window into Canada from a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Maha is running out of time - sitting on their hands

Yes, one can make those speculations from the Maha site, swedeoilfan, but where is the stock appreciation? Mr. Market obviosly does not put any faith in words, only actions where reverse mergers are...read more
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RE:RE:Maha is running out of time - sitting on their hands

The Maha proposal and its chances of succes might have been underestimated in Canada and on this Bullboard. Let me explain as a Swedish shareholder of Maha (and now also shareholder of Palliser) why. ...read more
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RE:Maha is running out of time - sitting on their hands

Exactly. Maha does not inspire the market with confidence in this deal when Maha itself will not support the market with its deal price. Perceptions are everything and the market perceives this deal...read more
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Maha is running out of time - sitting on their hands

Maha's first mistake has been sitting on their hands trying to get shares on the cheap. Now with this PXL fumble ... again ... they are quickly losing time. If they cannot get this stock to .27-.30...read more
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RE:Next round of financing at $1.50 = .23c for PXL

Jenny, I keep going to the Maha site and coming back with the impression that these guys have some grit to them. How did they manage to get both feet in the slop bucket at the same time? They really...read more
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RE:Trading resumes tomorrow morning

Good. A long halt does nothing to inspire confidence.  Looking into the 2Q14 entrails ( details being a little too positive), it appears ( as usual, any official utterings from these chaps are less...read more
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Trading resumes tomorrow morning

IIROC Trading Resumption - PXL VANCOUVER, Aug. 27, 2014 /CNW/ - Trading resumes in: Company: Palliser Oil & Gas Corporation TSX-Venture Symbol: PXL Resumption: August 28, 2014 08:00 IIROC can make a...read more
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RE:RE:This Financing is the only relevant issue

Respectfully disagree with Jenny that it is the only relevant issue. I do agree, however, that it is a very important one. But there are other relevant ideas to consider - one being the lack of...read more