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I came across Antrim Energy Inc (LON:AEY) recently, and found it to be an interesting alternative to some of our other Aim stocks searching for oil in Argentinian territories :-) The company is listed in Canada as TXE:AEN and on AIM LSE:AEY. They have probable reserves of over 37M barrels and have an interesting strategy of funding long term capital intensive north sea exploration with…

Citywire comment : "Barclays Stockbrokers held 6% of Connaught on an execution-only basis for their clients on August 2. By August 26 this had risen to 13%, the largest stake in the company.TD Waterhouse clients increased their holdings from 3% to 10% and Halifax Share Dealing clients also increased their holdings from 3% to 9%.Over the same period the majority of institutional…

Can I opt for the optional scrip dividend in a nominee account (Halifax ISA) instead of my usual low cost DRIP and do you feel there are any significant advantages in doing so? Many thanks, AJ RNS Number : 3278N National Grid PLC 09 June 2010 ? 9 June 2010 ?National Grid plc ('the Company') Scrip Dividend for 2009/10 final dividend The optional scrip dividend,…



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Instead of undertaking pairs trades on oil why not have a look at the arbitrage opportunities on US and UK Natural Gas. UK NBP is remaining above 50 pence per therm as it remains linked to EU prices which have a close correlation to the Brent curve. Over the last year, the price has encouraged an armada of LNG tankers into the UK and a…

Today's FT Alphaville: Deal Reporter says SIA has held talks with Chinese oil and gas groups. SIA spoke to PetroChina, CNOOC and Sinochem. However, the Chinese parties felt SIA’s asking price was too high. SIA did not initiate the talks, which are understood to have focused on the group’s Vietnam assets.

sorry last message was old information !

20th Dec 2010 Motley Fool provide company comment; http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/company-comment/2010/12/20/the-venture-capital-approach-to-oil-gas.aspx "Last Friday's Antrim's shares closed at 65.5p, valuing the company at £87 million. If we strip out the cash and ignore every other asset this values Antrim's North Sea reserves at about £2.60 a barrel. I consider this to be cheap"

Mariposa, I was trying to crack a joke (spike-hedgehog)! Sorry about that. I agree that they look well run and are good long term punt. AJ

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