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Sintana Energy Inc. V.ZEX

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Primary Symbol: V.SEI

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3 stars

RE:RE:The thing you would do here

Murray Mac, I am 90% sure they must have cased the conventional zone (sorry, I said unconventional when I meant conventional zone). I am 95% sure that they made a honking wide hold for a multipe...read more
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RE:The thing you would do here

Walkswithcoffee wrote: "the tell" would be to know if they cased the unconventional zone. If they did, we are in for very good news. If they have not yet, still a 50/50 gamble. $50mil+ indicates a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:90 Feet Net Sands With Gas Shows Per Prior NR

Walkswithcoffee wrote: Some upper layer formations trap gas from oil forming below, which is a bonus and not the goal.  But in this case a TOTAL distraction.  As now proven, a layer of gas exists...read more
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The thing you would do here

If you are Exxon and you really believe in this field, the thing you would do is: 1. drill one massive hole through the conventional layer (and hold on casing) -  then, 2. drill a couple weeks into...read more
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RE:RE:Delays are Commom

Speculation: Exxon has been at the hole since early May. I suspect/speculate the reason is that the size of the hole is much larger than advertised. i.e I think they are planning to run multiple...read more
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RE:Delays are Commom

Not when/if you got a 'gusher' coming in the next few months. Shake that tree.  rate and reply
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Delays are Commom

and the State of the Equity Markets currently suggest that a  move to the sidelines for some may be a prudent thing to do. Its Friday so anything can happen.  rate and reply
3 stars

RE:RE:90 Feet Net Sands With Gas Shows Per Prior NR

Some upper layer formations trap gas from oil forming below, which is a bonus and not the goal.  But in this case a TOTAL distraction.  As now proven, a layer of gas exists, and likely in pockets all...read more
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Understand

Everyone has to halt the mindless speculation! It's far too early to know what Sintana/Exxon has discovered or not discovered! Give Exxon a chance to complete their work and report to us.  rate and reply
4.5 stars

RE:90 Feet Net Sands With Gas Shows Per Prior NR

raybay_98 wrote: Is there recoverable gas or is more coring, drilling, fracturing, etc, required? Feedback appreciated. It's a very good question raybay, and one of the reasons many of us found the...read more
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RE:Sintana Has $1 Billion in Oil Reserves

Traylblaze wrote: According to this analyst and independent data yet the stock continues to fall and is trading at .09 cents a share. Something is wrong with this management team or is the stock being...read more
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Oil Reserves

Sintana has NO/Zero oil reserves! Where did you get this total nonsense? Do you think they would trade at C$0.09 if they had such assets? Use your head for somthing other than a hat rack!  rate and reply
4.5 stars

Sintana Has $1 Billion in Oil Reserves

According to this analyst and independent data yet the stock continues to fall and is trading at .09 cents a share. Something is wrong with this management team or is the stock being manipulated? Also...read more
1 star

RE:90 Feet Net Sands With Gas Shows Per Prior NR

I think the "skinny" on this is a "yes" to all of your ponderings. The field is a complex mix of hydrocarbon channels. If you look at neighboring production, there are wells with *significant* gas...read more
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90 Feet Net Sands With Gas Shows Per Prior NR

Is there recoverable gas or is more coring, drilling, fracturing, etc, required? Feedback appreciated.  rate and reply
3.5 stars

I agree with Steve Palmer here.....

How AlphaNorth's Steve Palmer Copes with the Commodity Blues Posted August 12, 2015 Steve Palmer is a founding partner, President and Chief Investment Officer of AlphaNorth Asset Management and...read more
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RE:Exxon

celestialman10 wrote: Keep in mind, Sintana is run by two PICKLEHEADS! Too funny!  :-) But here's the thing Celestial......It is now Exxon that we are relying upon for the best drilling and...read more
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Exxon

Keep in mind, Sintana is run by two PICKLEHEADS!  rate and reply
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RE:Why Is There A 2 Month Delay

It could be worse. I have stock in ROXI. Last September we hit a Pre-salt well that looks to be a monster. To this date we still don't know what we have. First the the pressure was so high they put...read more
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RE:Why Is There A 2 Month Delay

Traylblaze wrote: For Exxon drilling results? Sintana's official press release stated 3 months to drill 15,000 feet. Exxon began drilling in April so we should have had results in July. What happened?...read more