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Quattro Exploration and Production Ltd V.QXP

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

Quattro Exploration and Production Ltd is engaged in exploration and development of oil and natural gas reserves in Western Canada, located in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin and Central America
Price: $0.37 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -2.63%
Volume: 17,905 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 0.93/0.08
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RE:At $0.40, QXP trades US$5,600/boepd & US$2.2/boe.

As far as I can tell your numbers/math are all in line InvestLargeC. From a valuation perspective, I haven't found anything that even comes close to QXP. I believe the largest challenge is the actual...read more
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At $0.40, QXP trades US$5,600/boepd & US$2.2/boe.

QXP is profitable and as I see it has a very low Net Debt/EBITDA ratio, well below 1.   About the production, it will be 2,500 boepd (25% oil and liquids) by year end, according to the latest...read more
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Forent reaches milestone production and revenue in Q3 2014

• Achieved the highest corporate production rates and revenue for the last four years. • Third quarter production averaged 221 boe per day, an increase of 28% over the second quarter; • Third quarter revenues, net of royalties, exceeded $1.0 million, an increase of 36% over the second quarter; • Successfully initiated production for three new wells in the Twining field; ...read more
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RE:Nice to see

Thank you Coffeeguy. I think we totally agree. All of you know more than me about this company I guess, but i'm excited for the data I found, so I provide them for any newcomers like me.  rate and reply
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Nice to see

Thanks DemolitionMan and Invest LargeC for joining the forum. Have been a long time believer in this company. It drilled in Sask, and has new well licenses in Alberta. It has cash and cashflow. It has...read more
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EV/EBITDA = 1.4 times at C$0.40/share.

Among all the natural gas-weighted companies in the US and Canada, QXP is the only one that trades 1.4 times its 2014 EBITDA.   QXP's EV now at C$0.40/share:   US$14 million (1 USD= 1.12 CAD).  ...read more
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QXP: 30% Insiders ownership!

First, this is one of the highest insiders ownership among all the energy companies in the US and Canada. And this is a very good starting point for a ridiculously undervalued natural gas-weighted...read more
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New wells

In reference to a recent post - Quattro licensed 8 wells in Marten Hills field on November 7, 2014. On the Alberta Energy Regulator website.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:article on seeking alpha on quattro

Thank you for the plug!  I was the actual author of this article, so it's good to know that it was appreciated. Still considering re-opening my position in QXP. -K  rate and reply
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decommisioning liabilities

Since I am on a rant, I may as well discuss decommissioning liabilities. The accruals that Quattro has posted are the greatest legislated amount. The accruals are booked as required and the assets are...read more
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Elbow weiner

keeps talking about the depleting assets. He doesn't want to talk about the Sask. drilling, he doesn't want to talk about the drill program. Even when there is a positive press release about Wood...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Question: ??

Thankyou very much for the response !  You have made a lot of good points, and it helps me understand more. This is my first foray into Resources so a lot of it is greek to me. GLTA  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Question: ??

This is not a takeover candiate. EV at this price is less than the liablilty of all the junk they have to abandon. The only way this comany "could" have made money was to be factual in their...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Question: ??

Question: What says the price won't be undervalued after the buyback? Answer: NOTHING. It very well could be undervalued on an ongoing basis, the market will value it as the market does. Oil is not...read more
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RE:ROICrusader knows what he speaks

Thanks Coffeeguy, I'd like to hope I'm right?! With that being said: even a broken clock is right twice a day. So take all information with a grain of salt.  rate and reply
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RE:ROICrusader knows what he speaks

LOL...hope you're not counting on a green Christmas THIS year according to recent activity !! GLTA  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Question: ??

So to carry my question further, you say that it enhances the share value based on what the company is worth compared to the amount of shares outstanding.  I can see that.  BUT I am told the some...read more
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ROICrusader knows what he speaks

I completely agree with ROI's post. A normal course issuer bid is not a guarantee of a buyback, but it can happen. Mgmt will look at opportunity cost versus buyback cost. Good to see that CEO has such...read more
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RE:RE:Question: ??

Correction - The management proxy circular states Van Betuw holds 6.8m shares. I don't know about you, but if I held 6.8 million shares I'd have a keen interest in a rising share price.  rate and reply
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Surge Energy - SK Producer

Interview with Paul Colborne from Surge. http://www.bnn.ca/News/2014/11/18/Vermilion-Surge-pledge-dividends-as-oil-slump-lingers.aspx About 3/4 of the way through the interview he says market value...read more
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RE:Question: ??

To again, echo rknigh2 ... yes it does benefit the company/insiders and all shareholders. It is rare for a micro cap stock like this to issue a normal course issuer bid, why? Typically, smaller...read more