Take Over bids in the sector and comments on Tullow/Africa Oil

Source: http://www.iii.co.uk/articles/243904/dragon-oil-tempted-%C2%A336bn-bid-approach Snippets regarding Tullow and Africa Oil: “We upgrade Tullow Oil [target price 411p] and Africa Oil to Buy from Neutral, believing that both offer exposure to strategic assets which sit low on the cost curve. Other Buy-rated stocks screening as potentially attractive M&A targets are Genel and Dragon Oil.” Well, it got Dragon right. […]
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Some interesting new articles

Creds to S2003. Gazprombank¿s GPB Global Signs Oil-Exploration Deal in Ethiopia..http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-07-21/gazprombank-s-gpb-global-signs-oil-exploration-deal-in-ethiopiaAfrica pipeline update: July 2014..http://www.energyglobal.com/news/pipelines/articles/Africa-pipeline-update-July-2014-657.aspx?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+EnergyGlobal-Pipelines+(Energy+Global+-+Pipelines+news+articles)#.U84VL_l_t9U  
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Good summary from Stockhouse

Credits to member vestor111: Also I note that Ngamia has 4 wells on June’s presentation scheduled for 2014.And Amosing has 2 wells scheduled.  BASIN OPENERS Block 10BB; Kodos; North Kerio Basin; Spud Q3/2014 (Unaudited Est 50-100 MMBO) Block 10BB; Epir (formally Aze); Turkana Central Basin; Spud Q4/2014 (Est 343 MMBO) Block 10BA; Engomo (formally Kiboko); Turkana North […]
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Africa Oil releases update

Jul 14, 2014 Africa Oil Operations Update View News Release in PDF Format VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – July 14, 2014) - Africa Oil Corp. (TSX:AOI)(OMX:AOI) (“Africa Oil” or the “Company”) today announces that the Gardim-1 exploration well, drilled on the eastern flank of the Chew Bahir Basin in the South Omo licence, onshore Ethiopia, has reached […]
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Haliburton sees great potential in African Oil Shale

This stuff waters the mouth considering Tullow and Africa Oil has stated that they have found massive basin wide oil shale. “Ramin Lakani, regional general manager at US oilfield services giant Halliburton, sees plenty of potential for an unconventional oil boom in Africa.Lakani would like to take Halliburton’s expertise to Africa, where he admits “things […]
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