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Thai
22.01.2015 12:34
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Ja da starter jeg en ny tråd på denne ,,har til info kjøpt meg tungt inn i dag på 0,28kr og håper det er et klokt valg hilsen Thai http://e24.no/aksje-nm/stian-fra-krokstadelva-knuser-aksje-proffene/20383161
Thai
22.01.2015 12:36
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Ser ut til at det beveger seg litt nå folkens ?
Thai
22.01.2015 12:43
#7511

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0,31kr siste opp 24%
yemaya 2
22.01.2015 13:18
#6368

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Hva gjør denne i pitten?
Thai
22.01.2015 14:43
#7512

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Yemaya hva mener du med det?
Thai
22.01.2015 14:50
#7513

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Last 0,34kr
yemaya 2
22.01.2015 21:04
#6369

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Er den ikke notert på Oslo Axess?
StockTalk
22.01.2015 21:14
#1098

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Flytter denne tråden til diskusjonsgruppen for Oslo Axess-aksjer.

Mvh
ST
skipper*
22.01.2015 23:19
#11119

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Et spennende selskap med blokker i Afrika
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APCL

http://www.africanpetroleum.com.au/about-us

Endret 22.01.2015 23:24 av skipper*
skipper*
22.01.2015 23:23
#11120

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Dette må da være det en kaller penny stock

Endret 22.01.2015 23:25 av skipper*
skipper*
22.01.2015 23:41
#11121

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For et nytt oljeselskap med gode potensielle blokker offshore må dagens riggmarked være en velsignelse, billigere rigger og supply har det vel ikke vært mulig å fremskaffe på lange tider.

En unik mulighet for selskaper som APCL...
highlander
22.01.2015 23:46
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For så vidt et godt poeng, men oljeprisen setter også begrensninger på inntektene...

Vet ikke hva Thai fanget opp, men dagens omsetning i denne aksjen ble på hele 8,7 millioner kr (mye til å være jalla-aksje) og aksjen toppet vinnerlista med en stigning på hele 32 %.

En morsom sak, men ikke noe jeg tør putte sparepengene mine inn i.
Thai
23.01.2015 00:10
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Takk highlander ,,har trua på denne ,,,blir spennende i morgen ,,regner med noen ører til ,,er du enig min venn ?
highlander
23.01.2015 00:33
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Har ingen anelse, Thai. Vanligvis har en peak lengre varighet enn en dag, men tror jeg hadde vært veldig lett på labben når jeg hadde sett konturene av en topp, eller når gevinsten hadde vært så formidabel at jeg ville vært superfornøyd uansett. Dette blir på et veldig hypotetisk plan, for denne aksjen hadde jeg ikke turt å røre med ildtang uansett (ref. lenken til yemaya 2 #6369).

Du får ha masse lykke til! :-)
Thai
23.01.2015 00:45
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Tusen takk ,,går ut på 50 øre i morgen ,,god helg og natta
renud
23.01.2015 00:50
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Googl opp "Frank Timis", i kombinasjon med "African Minerals", "Fraud", "Regal Petroleum", samt litt annet om denne herremannen som da dukker opp, og ta deretter og i den rekkefølgen stilling til om det er verdt risikoen å investere i dette selskapet. Alt han tar i er nemlig ikke annet enn en avansert variasjon av den gode gamle stolleken. Lykke til ;)

Et lite hint:
"The ancients said it was often better to travel in hope than to arrive." Financial Times 2013

Utdrag:
"Colourful", the usual epithet applied to entrepreneurs, doesn't come close. The Romanian is the former executive chairman of Regal Petroleum, the oil and gas explorer which was fined in 2009 by the London Stock Exchange over statements made years earlier about the strength of finds in Greece. Mr Timis, who has three drugs convictions, was not himself censured. But the LSE voiced concerns to his advisers about plans for another Aim float that would have been chaired by Mr Timis."

Endret 23.01.2015 00:53 av renud
renud
23.01.2015 01:11
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highlander
Det tar litt tid å klippe og lime på en liten iPhone, så jeg så ikke innlegget ditt med henvisning til yemaya linken før nå. Ettersom jeg fulgte London Mining tett en periode, og også gjorde en kule på den da LOND fremdeles var notert på Axess, så googlet jeg selvfølgelig opp alt rundt eieren av det konkurerende selskapet African Minerals som LOND stadig var i konflikt med i Sierra Leone. Det som dukket opp om Frank Timis da var mildt sagt ikke bra, og mer enn nok til å holde seg langt unna absolutt alt denne mannen tar i, selvom han offisielt i dag ikke har noen rolle i APCL.

Om han styrer selskapet fra baksetet skal ikke jeg påstå, men man skal være både blind, døv og særdelse kort mellom ørene for å tro noe annet. Her har med andre ord Pareto gått på en særdelses stygg blemme, og det værste er at de har dratt med seg ellers oppegående investorer inn i en IPO initiert av ellers meget solide Pareto.
yemaya 2
23.01.2015 09:12
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TERM SHEET SIGNED FOR LIBERIAN LICENCE LB-08
African Petroleum Corporation Limited ("African Petroleum Corporation" or the
"Company"), an independent oil and gas exploration company operating ten
licences in five countries offshore West Africa, is pleased to announce that it
has signed a non-binding term sheet agreeing terms with a private London
based independent oil and gas company to farm-in to the Company's 100%
owned Liberian LB-08 licence ("Term Sheet").

Pursuant to the Term Sheet the third party has agreed, subject inter alia to
completion of due diligence and the entering into of mutually agreed
contracts, to acquire a 50% net participating interest in the LB-08 licence in
return for the payment of 50% of all future costs and expenditures relating to
the LB-08 licence and a contribution to past costs and expenditures.

The LB-08 Licence is situated in a highly prospective region offshore Liberia.
In an independent review of African Petroleum Corporation's acreage
conducted by ERC Equipoise Ltd in April 2014, the estimated net unrisked
mean prospective oil resources of LB-08 exceeds two billion barrels. With an
oil discovery in the adjacent licence and proof of a working hydrocarbon
system in the central Liberian basin, the Company believes that LB-08 has
substantial potential.

Completion of the farm-in transaction as contemplated by the Term Sheet is
subject to contract and a number of conditions precedent, which, apart from
one pertaining to approval from the `Liberian Government, must be satisfied
or waived no later than 29 January 2015.

African Petroleum Corporation's Chief Executive Officer, Dr Stuart Lake,
commented:
"The signing of the Term Sheet is a significant milestone for African Petroleum
Corporation. Should the farm-in transaction complete, the incoming third
party will bring a breadth of knowledge and experience to the partnership and
will allow the Company to continue its exploration programme in its highly
prospective acreage in Liberia benefiting from the falling operating costs
brought on by a lower oil price.

African Petroleum Corporation continues its negotiations with potential
partners in its other licences and remains confident that it will secure
additional farm-outs in due course."


For further information, please contact:

Stuart Lake, Chief Executive Officer

Stephen West, Finance Director
Tel: +44 20 3435 7700

yemaya 2
23.01.2015 09:14
#6371

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is pleased to announce that it
has signed a non-binding term sheet agreeing terms with a private London
based independent oil and gas company to farm-in to the Company's 100%
owned Liberian LB-08 licence ("Term Sheet").

Dette minner om klassisk Nigeriasvindel, men størrelsen på svindelen er noe oppjustert i forhold til de klassiske.

Endret 23.01.2015 09:16 av yemaya 2
OldNick
26.01.2015 09:33
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Flere "gode nyheter" for African Petroleum?

Iallefall er kursen i øyeblikket opp 40% fra fredag.
(Korreksjon: opp 50% i øyeblikket. Crazy!)

APCL.OAX: UPGRADED PROSPECTIVE RESOURCES - COTE D'IVOIRE & LIBERIA

Børsmelding
26.01.2015


ERC Audit Jan-2015 (PDF)
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Strålende nyheter fra African Petroleum

Ressursanslagene for African Petroleums blokker økes kraftig


Øystein Byberg, Hegnar.no
26.01.2015

African Petroleum Corporation oppjusterer ressursanslagene i Elfenbenskysten og Liberia med 58 prosent. Det skjer i kjølvannet av en uavhengig vurdering av selskapets portefølje i de aktuelle landene. ERC Equipoise Ltd stod bak vurderingen.

Ifølge en børsmelding dekker oppdateringen blokkene CI-509 og CI-513 i Elfenbenskysten. Her har African Petroleum 90 prosent eierskap. Dessuten dekker den blokkene LB-08 og LB-09 i Liberia, hvor selskapet har 100 prosent eierskap.

For blokkene i Elfenbenskysten oppjusteres anslaget for netto riskede ressurser med hele 118 prosent til 456 millioner fat olje.

For blokkene i Liberia oppjusteres anslaget for netto riskede ressurser med 33 prosent til 662 millioner fat olje.

Endret 26.01.2015 09:37 av OldNick
yemaya 2
26.01.2015 11:07
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Nå venter vi bare på emisjonen. Så er en ny runde fullført.
renud
26.01.2015 12:58
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Spørsmålet er om man i det hele tatt kan stole på grunnlagsdataene som ERC Equipoise Ltd har brukt i sin resursoppdatering, ref artikkelen i allafrica.com nedenfor fra 2013:

"NOCAL did not make any site visit during the review"

Utdrag
"IN FEBRUARY 2012, AP announced a major discovery in its Naria-1 Well offshore Liberia, causing a significant jump in its stocks from 0.70 cents AUD ($0.68USD) to 1.55AUD ($1.51USD) at the time of its closing. BUT A FRONTPAGEAFRICA investigation has now uncovered that NOCAL did not in fact have an independent team on the drill rig on which AP based its conclusion that it had discovered oil off the Liberian coast. A source familiar with the situation explained to FrontPageAfrica that all the data presented to NOCAL and independent assessors have not been verified and NOCAL executives took AP's word that it had discovered oil and did not appoint an independent assessor to validate AP's claims. A COPY OF an internal document shared among AP's executives, obtained by FrontPageAfrica, suggests that the company which undertook the review of oil blocks 8 and 9, the British firm, ERC Equipoise Ltd ("ERCE";) to ascertain the prospectivity of oil, revealed that NOCAL did not make any site visit during the review."
yemaya 2
10.02.2015 15:03
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APCL:GJORT RETTET EMISJON PÅ 95M, KURS 0,35

Oslo (TDN Finans):African Petroleum Corporation har gjort en rettet emisjon på 95 millioner kroner til 0,35 kroner pr aksje.

Det melder selskapet tirsdag.

Selskapet vil plassere det gjenværende beløpet fra den ønskede samlede emisjonssummen på 115 millioner, rundt 19 millioner kroner, til småinvestorer.

HR, finans@tdn.no

TDN Finans, +47 22 00 11 55
OldNick
22.10.2015 09:00
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En del børsmelding er for APCL, som ender i gårsdagens ny-emisjon.

APCL.OAX: UNAUDITED FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 30 JUNE 2015

Børsmelding
31.08.2015

Highlights
- Binding joint bidding agreement signed with a large London listed oil and gas company on licence Block CI-513 in Côte d'Ivoire. Completion of the transaction is subject to negotiation and entry into commercial agreements

- Advanced farm-out discussions with numerous interested parties across the Company's assets, including The Gambia and Senegal. Recent exploration success by third party operators in the area has led to a significant increase in the level of interest in these assets

- The Company shares were listed on the Open Market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in June 2015

- Upgraded prospective resources were announced for the Company's 100% owned and operated Licence Blocks SL-03 and SL-4A-10 in Sierra Leone. The independently assessed net mean prospective oil resources relating to the Sierra Leone Licences are 1,354MMstb. Further resource updates are planned before year end; however, internal work has shown a further >2.7 billion barrels of potential in the acreage (these numbers will be independently assessed in due course)

- Approximately US$3.0 million cash at bank as at 30 June 2015, together with US$13.1 million restricted cash

- In line with current industry practice, the Company has implemented a cost cutting initiative from 1 July 2015, and the Company continues to explore further cost saving measures

mer på link

APCL: Q2-2015 Report (PDF)
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APCL.OAX: LETTER TO SHAREHOLDERS

Børsmelding
05.10.2015

African Petroleum Corporation Limited (the "Company") has today posted the attached letter to all shareholders holding shares in the Company that are listed on the NSX.

APCL: Letter to shareholder on delisting from NSX, Australia (PDF)
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APCL.OAX: CONSOLIDATION OF CAPITAL - RECORD DATE INFORMATION

Børsmelding
05.10.2015

Reference is made to the notice of general meeting announced by African Petroleum Corporation Limited ("African Petroleum" or the "Company") on 18 September 2015. The Board of African Petroleum has proposed that the shareholders pass a resolution to consolidate the share capital of the Company on the basis of one share for every ten held. The general meeting of shareholders will be held at 9:00am (WST) on 21 October 2015 at the offices of Steinepreis Paganin, Level 4, 16 Milligan Street, Perth, Western Australia. For further information, please refer to the notice of general meeting of shareholders.

The explanatory record date information for the proposed consolidation of capital is as follows:
21 October 2015: General meeting of shareholders
22 October 2015: Last day trading pre-consolidation in CHESS
23 October 2015: First day trading post-consolidation in CHESS / Last day trading pre-consolidation in VPS
26 October 2015: First day trading post-consolidation in VPS
27 October 2015: Record date both Australia and Norway
28 October 2015: CHESS register and VPS register updated, investors securities accounts adjusted for consolidation and, as applicable, rounding up

Due to the settlement cycle in CHESS being on a T+3 basis and the settlement cycle in the VPS being on a T+2 basis, the shares of the Company will be trading on a pre-consolidation basis in the VPS one day longer than in CHESS.

Endret 22.10.2015 09:01 av OldNick
OldNick
22.10.2015 09:02
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Cross-border transactions between CHESS and the VPS will be closed in the period from 21 October 2015 to and including 27 October 2015. Any pending cross border transactions that do not settle in CHESS on or prior to 20 October 2015 will be cancelled; the instructing party will be informed accordingly. All cross border transactions initiated on 28 October 2015 or thereafter must have a trade and settlement date 28 October 2015 or later.
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APCL.OAX: CORPORATE UPDATE

Børsmelding
21.10.2015

African Petroleum Corporation Limited ("African Petroleum" or the "Company"), an independent oil and gas exploration company operating ten licences in five countries offshore West Africa, provides the following corporate update.

Farm-Out Status
African Petroleum continues to seek strategic partners on its ten licences in Côte d'Ivoire, Liberia, Senegal, The Gambia and Sierra Leone in order to share risk and the potential reward of the Company's exploration programme, and to fund its high impact exploration drilling campaign in 2016 and beyond.

The Company's immediate focus is to conclude the transaction in Côte d'Ivoire (refer below), and to farm out the Company's assets in The Gambia and Senegal as ongoing discussions mature with key potential partners. The quality of the Company's acreage, coupled with the high level of equity interest held in all of the licences, provides management with confidence that agreements will be concluded in due course.

(i) Côte d'Ivoire
As announced on 29 June 2015, African Petroleum has signed a binding joint bidding agreement with a London listed oil and gas company to provide a framework for the incoming third party to secure a 45% operated interest in a Production Sharing Contract (on terms to be agreed) covering the Company's Block CI-513 licence area in Côte d'Ivoire. It is intended that African Petroleum will hold a non-operated interest of 45%, with the remaining 10% carried interest held by Petroci, the National Oil Company of Côte d'Ivoire.

Completion of the transaction is subject to negotiation and entry into commercial agreements and several conditions precedent including, but not limited to, the agreement and approval of the Government of Côte d'Ivoire.

African Petroleum and the incoming party are working together towards completion of the transaction as soon as possible, and the Company expects to make further announcements, including further details of commercial terms, in due course as progress is made.

Meanwhile, third party activity continues in the region with the Vitol led group due to commence exploration drilling during 4Q 2015 in their licence CI-508, which is adjacent to the Company's CI-509 and CI-513 licences.

(ii) The Gambia & Senegal
The Company is in advanced farm-out discussions with several interested parties across the Company's Gambia and Senegal assets. This part of the Atlantic Margin has become highly active with the recent exploration success of third party operators, namely Cairn Energy in Senegal and Kosmos in Mauritania. A significant level of activity in the region is ongoing as Cairn and its partners commence a multi-well exploration and appraisal programme to be drilled across their Senegalese acreage. In addition, Kosmos, currently drilling in Mauritania, has announced plans to move
south into Northern Senegal to follow-up their significant Tortue gas discovery with exploration and appraisal drilling.

African Petroleum's data room schedule remains active with a high calibre of industry companies continuing to view the data. A number of these parties have confirmed their interest in pursuing a transaction and have initiated detailed due diligence. The Company seeks to attract binding offers as soon as possible. Further announcements on progress will be made in due course.

Endret 22.10.2015 09:02 av OldNick
OldNick
22.10.2015 09:03
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NSX De-Listing
On 22 September 2015, the Company announced that it had elected to voluntarily de-list from the National Stock of Exchange of Australia ("NSX"). The decision to delist from the NSX was principally as a result of limited trading liquidity on the exchange compared with the Oslo Axess exchange, where African Petroleum has had its primary listing since May 2014.

The decision was also made as part of African Petroleum's on-going focus on capital discipline in reviewing all costs across the business. The Company continues to act prudently in light of current challenging market conditions and remains on target to reduce general and administrative expenses significantly by year end.

Outlook
Whilst it is frustrating not to have concluded a transaction, the quality of the Company's assets is such that the level of interest from potential partners remains high. Based on the positive and ongoing dialogue with numerous potential partners, African Petroleum is confident that despite the
industry-wide challenges created as a result a low oil price environment, the attractiveness of the Company's assets should allow for a successful conclusion to ongoing farm-out discussions. It is hoped that the Company will be in a position to announce further progress on these discussions by the end of 2015.

Jens Pace, African Petroleum's CEO, comments: "The quality of our assets and the level of third party activity underway in adjacent acreage, has translated into a consistently high level of industry interest in our acreage and accordingly we remain confident of completing a farm-out transaction despite the difficult market conditions. We look forward to updating the market on our progress in due course."
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Ny emisjon i APCL. Denne gangen fikk de 17 øre/aksje.

APCL.OAX: PRIVATE PLACEMENT ALLOCATION COMPLETED

Børsmelding
22.10.2015

Reference is made to the stock exchange notice published by African Petroleum Corporation Limited ("African Petroleum" or the "Company") on 21 October 2015 at 16:32 (CET) regarding the contemplated private placement to certain existing and new investors (the "Private Placement") of new ordinary shares (the "Offer Shares"). The Board of Directors of the Company is pleased to announce that the Private Placement has been successfully allocated raising NOK 16,476,293 (approximately US$2 million) in gross proceeds through the allocation of 96,919,370 Offer Shares at a subscription price of NOK 0.17 per share (the "Subscription Price"), on a pre-consolidation basis. The Subscription Price was determined during the book building process and represents a discount of NOK 0.04 to the opening price of the shares on the Oslo Axess today.

The application period for the Private Placement closed at 08:00 (CET) today, 22 October 2015. The completion of the Private Placement is conditional upon (i) the Company receiving full payment for the Offer Shares on the due date for payment; and (ii) any regulatory approvals and filings required in connection with the issuance of the Offer Shares.

Following issuance of the Offer Shares the issued and outstanding share capital of the Company will be 1,066,113,157 shares on a pre-consolidation basis, approximately 106,611,316 shares on a post-consolidation basis (subject to rounding, following completion of the consolidation of the Company's share capital on the basis of one share for every ten held, which was approved by the shareholders in the general meeting held on 21 October 2015). The shares do not have a par value. It is expected that the new shares will be issued on a delivery-versus-payment basis on or about 28 October 2015.

The proceeds from the Private Placement will be used to strengthen the Company's balance sheet and liquidity position, to fund working capital and for general corporate purposes.

Endret 22.10.2015 09:03 av OldNick
OldNick
22.10.2015 09:04
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Mirabaud Securities LLP has acted as Lead Manager for the Private Placement.

African Petroleum's Chief Executive Officer, Jens Pace, commented:

"We are pleased by the confidence placed in us by our existing and new investors for this modest US$2 million fundraise, despite the current uncertainty in world oil markets. The net proceeds of the placing will be used to primarily strengthen the Company's balance sheet and liquidity position whilst we work towards completing farm-out transactions on our high
impact exploration acreage."

For further information, please contact:
Jens Pace, Chief Executive Officer, Tel: +44 20 3761 6900
Stephen West, Finance Director, Tel: +44 20 3761 6900
Angeline Hicks, Company Secretary, Tel: + 61 401 489 883

Lead Manager:
Mirabaud Securities LLP: Peter Krens Tel: +44 20 7878 3362

Media Contacts:
For UK and International media: Buchanan Ben Romney/Helen Chan Tel: +44 207 466 5000
For Norwegian media: First House Geir Arne Drangeid Tel: +47 9131 0458

APCL: Press Release (PDF)
janki
26.01.2016 16:43
#142

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Mye spennende på gang her. Farm out med Ophir. Også andre mulige farm outs på beddingen.
janki
10.03.2016 16:36
#143

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En ganske pen oppgang i dag da etter endelig godkjent avtale...
janki
06.04.2017 18:24
#147

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Har ikke tid og er heller ingen god skribent men det er vel flere som legger merke til denne for tiden, og høy risk ja men...
Ellers flere bra tråder på HO ang denne..
janki
18.04.2017 14:44
#148

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Musikk i mine ører :

African Petroleum Corporation har signert en intensjonsavtale og en eksklusivitetsavtale med et oljeselskap, går det frem av en børsmelding tirsdag.

Avtalene gir et rammeverk for at oljeselskapet tar operatørskap og en eierandel på 70 prosent i Senegal Offshore Sud Profond-området (SOSP), samt lisensene A1 og A4 i Gambia.

Oljeselskapet skal ifølge intensjonsavtalen betale inntil 8,5 millioner dollar, samt finansiere minst to dypvannsbrønner med en bruttokostnad på inntil 35 millioner dollar. Selskapet skal også dekke kostnaden for innhenting og prosessering av 3D-seismikk, samt dekke henholdsvis 100 prosent og 85 prosent av ytterligere to brønner, hver med en kostnad på inntil 35 millioner dollar.

Eksklusivitetsavtalen har en varighet på åtte uker, som skal brukes til å ferdigstille forhandlinger med de respektive myndighetene for å endre på arbeidsforpliktelsene i Senegal og for å gå inn i neste fase av lisensene i Gambia, samt gjennomføre due diligence og transaksjonsdokumentasjon.
Stockamateur
02.05.2017 10:45
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Har ikke meldt inngang her, så mulig fortjeneste/tap er ikke tema.

Spørsmålet er utgangen? I dag? Det har vært 2 meget pene dager nå, men hvis jeg selger kan du ta deg f... på at APCL stiger videre i morgen. Tror jeg faller ned på å selge halvparten.
renud
02.05.2017 11:11
#15494

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Hver forsiktig, Stokkis.
APCL rigges nå for en emisjon.
Stockamateur
02.05.2017 11:15
#11876

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Den er grei renud! Jeg er på hugget allerede.

Edit: Der forsvant 70%.

Endret 02.05.2017 11:15 av Stockamateur
renud
02.05.2017 11:16
#15495

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Selge halvparten kan være riktig, ettersom du nok vil få TR for resten og emisjonen nok blir fulltegnet kun av de som har TR.

Holder meg for egen del langt unna dette Frank Timis-selskapet, alle lisensene er nemlig (høyst sannsynlig) skaffet til veie ved grov korrupsjon, og en dag kan/vil bomben smelle. Da blir det like stygt som tidligere med alle Timis-børsnoterte selskap, hvor aksjonørverdiene har blitt nullet etter forutgående hype.
yemaya 2
02.05.2017 11:26
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Frank Timis- Senegal- Korrupsjon
Stockamateur
02.05.2017 11:36
#11877

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Takker for info renud og y2!
renud
02.05.2017 17:17
#15496

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Den kom i dag.
Antydes både 6 og 8 kroner, men det vil man jo snart få vite.

Uansett enda et eksempel på at kursen i jalla-aksjer pushes umiddelbart før en emisjon.
renud
02.05.2017 23:08
#15498

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Stokkis.
På Xtrainvestor har det i kveld kommet info om at APCL høyst sannsynlig har mistet en lisens, og at Total dermed ikke farmer seg inn med 70% i denne, som hevdet i en artikkel som "tilfeldigvis" ble sluppet rett før dagens emisjon. Sjekk XI, eller HO, der er det side opp og ned om dette nå.

Dersom Pareto i kveld enda en gang har bidratt til at dette scam-selskapet har kunnet lure penger fra godtroende aksjonærer, etter at de i sin tid tok selskapet på børs i en IPO på tross av at APCL, pga den største aksjonæren Frank Timis sin forhistorie, ble nektet en IPO i London, og ikke klarte å lure australske aksjonærer for mer penger etter at de allerede hadde tapt mesteparten, er skandalen perfekt.

Hvis Pareto også denne gangen har visst, eller burde ha visst, burde dette i så fall få alvorlige konsekvenser for Pareto.
renud
03.05.2017 08:43
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Skandalen er perfekt:

APCL - SENEGAL ROP UPDATE

African Petroleum Corporation Limited ("African Petroleum" or
the "Company") notes the press release by Total on 2 May 2017
where it states that it has entered into an agreement with
the Republic of Senegal that "...involves an exploration and
production sharing agreement for the Rufisque Offshore
Profond block".

APCL skriver deretter følgende:
"To date, the
Republic of Senegal has not validly enacted such termination
procedure
, and accordingly the Company reserves its rights
under the ROP PSC.

Dette er ikke annet enn et forsøk på å forlenge dødskrampene for denne viktige lisensen, sannsynligvis for alt i Senegal og deretter for resten av APCL.

Stay away.
Stockamateur
03.05.2017 10:02
#11881

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Spot on renud!

Jeg solgte de resterende 30% før i dag. Dette ble bra salg!
Stockamateur
03.05.2017 10:02
#11882

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Endret 03.05.2017 10:02 av Stockamateur
Fanatic
03.05.2017 14:20
#27997

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Ser ut som det går CanArgo en høy gang dette opplegget her ja.
highlander
06.05.2017 13:07
#7219

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Her er det ytterligere nedside:

I et intervju med Reuters hevder Managing Director Mamadou Faye i det senegalesiske statsoljeselskapet Petrosen at avtalen med African Petroleum om eierskap til den såkalte ROP-lisensen ble kansellert allerede i april 2016.

Nylig ble det meldt at oljegiganten Total hadde fått tildelt blokken. African Petroleum hevder at de iht lisensavtalen er rettmessig eier så lenge de senegalesiske myndighetene ikke har igangsatt noen termineringsprosedyre. (Kilde: Reuters/Xi)
yemaya 2
06.05.2017 22:05
#8261

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Om en ser på CanArgos historie så skal en heller ikke utelukke oppgang.
renud
06.05.2017 23:28
#15530

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Det er umulig at Pareto, først IPO-, og nå sist emisjons-tilrettelegger, ikke kan, i hvert fall skulle, ha visst om informasjonen i den artikkelen, highlander.

Enten gjør de dermed ikke jobben sin, ellers så håper de på en kursoppgang før emi-aksjene levers, slik at de proffe emi-deltakerne kommer seg ut med gevinst og ingen derfor tar saken til retten.
Stockamateur
10.05.2017 09:54
#11911

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Og så ser vi hva som skjer i etterkant. Kursen synker og tester svak støtte ved 8 i øyeblikket.
Fanatic
04.07.2017 16:43
#28040

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http://www.newsweb.no/newsweb/search.do?messageId=430879
Fanatic
04.07.2017 16:49
#28041

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http://www.cnbc.com/2017/07/04/reuters-america-interview-gambia-ends-talks-with-african-petroleum-seeks-new-bidders.html
renud
05.07.2017 00:00
#16050

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APCL har nå mistet alle lisensene,
selvom hverken de eller Pareto innrømmer det. Ennå.

APCL har vært ren svindel fra dag én, noe Pareto visste da de tok selskapet på børs, og noe de også har visst ved hver av de etterfølgende emisjonene.

Om det kommer til å få konsekvenser for Pareto?
Dessverre ikke.
Fanatic
05.07.2017 00:36
#28042

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Pareto som er så store innen olje skal vel vanskelig klare å påstå at de bare er inkompetente, men storkapitalen slipper vel unna som vanlig.
Stockamateur
05.07.2017 10:25
#12111

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Og enda en gang takk til renud som gjorde meg oppmerksom på denne svindelen 2/5!
yemaya 2
05.07.2017 11:05
#8545

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De har vel noen lisenser igjen. De boret jo nylig tørt utenfor Elfenbenskysten.
renud
05.07.2017 13:23
#16051

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Ikke helt korrekt, Stokkis.
Jeg advarte sterkt allerede i dette innlegget:

renud
23.01.2015 00:50
#8110

men da var det ingen som gadd å høre på 😐
OldNick
05.07.2017 13:52
#19271

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Febrilsk forsøk på brannslukking fra selskapets side...

APCL.OAX: STATEMENT TO LATEST PRESS ARTICLE

Børsmelding
05.07.2017

The Board of African Petroleum Corporation Limited ("African Petroleum" or the "Company") notes the latest article published on Reuters today regarding its A1 and A4 licences in The Gambia ("the Licences"), which is in addition to the article published by Reuters on 4 July 2017.

The Board of African Petroleum re-iterates and maintains its position stated in the "Statement to Recent Press" announced on the Oslo Børs at 15:59 (CET) on 4 July 2017.

The statements allegedly made and referred to in the Reuters articles by Fafa Sanyang, Minister of Petroleum and Energy, The Gambia and Mod K. Ceesay, Permanent Secretary for Petroleum, The Gambia stating that our ownership of the Licences has expired is wrong both in law and in fact. The board states categorically that the licences have not been terminated in accordance with the terms of the Licences, nor have they expired.

As previously communicated to stakeholders, the terms of the Licences state that the Licences remain active unless and until a termination procedure is enacted by the State. The termination procedure includes a period in which the Company is entitled to remedy any alleged breach. No such termination procedure has been enacted by the State and African Petroleum therefore reserves its legal rights over the licences.

Commenting on the Licences, Jens Pace, CEO, said: "We are surprised and disappointed to read the comments from the Gambian officials regarding the status of our Licences in country. We have maintained dialogue with the officials and were in-country only recently with our potential partner to host discussions on the proposals we have put forward to progress the drilling of these Licences. We reiterate that we reserve the legal rights to these Licences and state categorically that the Licences have not been terminated in accordance with the terms of the Licences, nor have they
expired. The Licence agreements have dispute mechanism provisions which we fully intend to utilise if the Gambian authorities maintain this stance; however, our preferred route is to engage in more constructive dialogue in order to establish a way forward that is in the best interest of all stakeholders."

For further information, please contact:
Jens Pace, CEO, Stephen West, CFO, Tel: +44 20 3655 7810
Angeline Hicks, Company Secretary, Tel: + 61 401 489 883
Media Contacts: Buchanan Ben Romney/Chris Judd, Tel: +44 207 466 5000



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