Even more to come out of Twiga?

It seems that the market may have underestimated the positive signs coming out from Tullow and Africa Oil´s latest press releases given the small dip in the stock price as of late. Source: http://africaoilgasreport.com/2014/05/oil-patch-sub-sahara/tullow-the-twiga-south-play-is-a-surer-bet/ SECTION: OIL PATCH SUB-SAHARA · MAY 16, 2014. Tullow Oil encountered 62 metres of vertical net oil pay in Twiga South -2 sidetrack, suggesting […]
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Recent experts takes on the “American oil shale revolution” and the dillusions of EIA

Many people has been saying for some time that official US oil shale projections coming from U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) have been widely missleading for a long time and some argue that it will reach it´s output peak as early as 2019. This development could lead to increased import demands form the US in the future, […]
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Latest News Roundup on Kenya and Africa Oil (with forum comments)

John Sisa, GlobalData’s Lead Analyst covering Upstream Oil & Gas in the Sub-Saharan region, states that international interest in Kenya’s oil and gas sector has intensified over the last 20 months, following Tullow Oil(Tullow) and Africa Oil Corporation’s announcement of the country’s first commercial oil discovery in block 10BB/13T within the South Lokichar Basin.  In […]
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Huge volumes traded in Africa Oil stock, both in Sweden and Canada

Average volume for Africa Oil stock on the Toronto Stock Exchange has been less than 50k shares for a long time. In Sweden the average has been about 300k… Today we saw huge blocks traded in Sweden, with big net buyers in the form of JP-Morgan and Credit Suisse. Almost identical net sells came from […]
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