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  • M
    Michael
    Grabbed a few calls for July 29th. I think $HAL was the tell.
  • J
    Joe
    Woodside Energy Group Ltd
    Look at #HAL earnings conference call. New normal here folks. Not going back to old $50-$70 oil. And gas? - forget about it. Going to be high for years. transcript of #HAL is under their news from the F00L.... #WDS is now in top 10 energy producers worldwide and most people don't even know it yet.
  • T
    Truth
    $DPRO conversation
    There is some interesting information on $CWRK website. Cam says he's a founder of RaptorRig (along with his brother Brett). RaptorRig which went into receivership on August 10, 2020 owing Halliburton $HAL over 26million dollars. Cam also lists Pounce Technologies Inc. among his "successful" ventures - looking at their most recent financial statements I am nearly brought to tears, they took in over 55million dollars from shareholders and currently have 36thousand dollars in current assets with over 1million dollars current liabilities. The only positive income over the last 6mo is $184 dollars from interest, that's not a typo "one hundred and eighty four dollars, zero cents" is what they generated. Net income for the period is NEGATIVE 59thousand dollars. With "successes" like that who needs failures?
  • D
    DANIEL
    $CPE conversation
    What is the impact of high inflation and a strong dollar on oil stocks?

    High Inflation: Oil stocks become more desirable to investors as a protection against inflation. "Energy stocks have the best track record during periods of rising consumer prices" (Financial Post, Feb 21, 2021).

    Strong Dollar: This normally means lower commodities prices (including oil). However, two factors will make it different this time (1) the unprecedented underinvestment in oil leading to tight supply while demand continues to be strong, and (2) COVID-driven high inflation is a global phenomenon, not only in the US. When that happens, there is a flight to safety from various currencies to the US dollars, making USD stronger as it is happening now. So, the current strong dollar is extraordinary.

    Feel free to add your thoughts.

    $OXY $RIG $OIH $XOM $CVX $VET $EOG $CNQ $LPI $CLR $CDEV $CPG $KMI $HAL $SLB $PXD $MRO $CEI $DVN $KOS
  • K
    Kermit
    Cenovus Energy Inc.
    Demand is coming back faster than supply and we're going to need more supply to meet that demand," said Phil Flynn, senior analyst at Price Futures Group in Chicago.

    The International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its monthly report that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies, known as OPEC+, would need to boost output to meet demand set to recover to pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2022.

    "OPEC+ needs to open the taps to keep the world oil markets adequately supplied," the Paris-based energy watchdog said.

    $SU $CNQ $ENB $COP $BP $OXY $VET $XOM $TOT $CVX $MPC $EOG $CLR $EPD $E $KMI $PSX $HAL $PTR $SNP $WMB $BKR $EC $IMO $CQP $MMP $TRP $XOG
  • N
    Nicholas
    (Bloomberg) -- Gasoline demand surged to a a record high as Americans took to the road for the July 4th holiday weekend.
    Gasoline supplied, a proxy for demand, rose to 10 million barrels a day the week ended July 2, the highest in data going back to 1990, according to the Energy Information Administration.
    Demand has regained its footing as vaccinations and easing economic restrictions propel more Americans to resume their pre-pandemic lifestyles. Oil prices have risen almost 50% this year as U.S. refineries run close to full-bore to keep up with fuel demand. While the U.S. recovery quickens, the world’s largest oil producers can’t agree on how to supply the market with Saudi Arabia advocating for tempered supply increases given the potential headwinds that still exist.
    “Demand is bucking with the price spikes and summer driving, but with high gas prices and inflation, the picture in September may look different,” said Trisha Curtis, co-founder of PetroNerds.
    The moving average for demand also climbed higher, reaching the most since late 2019. But on a seasonal basis the figure was still about 150,000 barrels a day short of July 2019, suggesting the market still has some room to recover.
    U.S. motorists hit the road in large numbers despite contending with the highest gasoline prices since 2014. The average pump price Thursday was $3.14 a gallon, according to auto club AAA.
    © 2021 Bloomberg L.P.

    $CLR $RIG $OXY $COP $VLO $HFC $NOV $HP $RES $MUR $XOM $CVX $BP $KMI $MRO $DVN $PXD $HAL $BKR $SLB $MPC
  • D
    DANIEL
    $OXY conversation
    "The breakeven price for oil in many OPEC nations' budgets is between $70 and $75 a barrel — meaning they are only now just breaking even."

    "OPEC is not interested in pushing prices back down to $60 a barrel. They have zero interest."

    - Francisco Blanch, Head of Global Commodities at Bank of America

    So, OPEC+ won't rock the boat and supply will remain tight while demand continues to increase. Good news for oil stocks.

    https://www.cnn.com/2021/11/03/business/gas-prices-oil-opec/index.html

    $OXY $CPE $RIG $OIH $XOM $CVX $VET $EOG $CNQ $LPI $CLR $CDEV $CPG $KMI $HAL $SLB $PXD $MRO $CEI $DVN $KOS
  • D
    DANIEL
    $OXY conversation
    “OPEC refuses to step up oil supply hikes and risks bare-knuckle fight with White House”

    “What happens in the coming weeks will have major implications for the global economy.”

    $OXY $CPE $RIG $OIH $XOM $CVX $VET $EOG $CNQ $LPI $CLR $CDEV $CPG $KMI $HAL $SLB $PXD $MRO $CEI $DVN $KOS

    https://financialpost.com/commodities/energy/opec-panel-recommends-keeping-current-pace-of-oil-supply-hikes/wcm/877c28c5-5213-4121-8145-27c9642d79e7/amp/
  • ẞeyhmus
    $XOM conversation
    Return of some Energy companies since 2020-01-01:
    $PXD 31.2%
    $MRO 22.4%
    $EOG 14.3%
    $HAL 8.5%
    $XOM 1.9%
    $CVX 1.1%
    $KMI -1.3%

    Index:
    $XLE 5.6%
    $VDE 9.4%
  • i
    iscius
    $REI conversation
    I'm reposting Jim's post from the SU conversation. It is extremely interesting to understanding the price movement in oil yesterday:

    $SU conversation
    Short data: March18 ,2021

    Today, Short sellers employed all of their tools in order to bring oil stocks and future contracts down.After failing to create a sell off in oil stocks ,they started to shorting April and May contacts for future oil.They brought WTI to 59$ from 64$.Biggest single drop since April2020.

    As you see in below data, compare to share price drop, the volume was extremely low.
    This volume does not match with share price drop.
    That was just a pure and irresponsible manipulation.

    Most media in the World censored this extraordinary event in capital market.
    We are talking about tens of Billions of $ contracts and options which they are trying to kill them, plus covering their short position with creating fake sell off(scaring shareholders).

    So far, we haven’t had sell off.Low volume.
    They prefer spent and burn few billion dollars and sell stocks at discount, but meanwhile save tens of billions of money in other side.

    Extreme and irresponsible manipulation which will have consequences in future of oil market ,especially in next OPEC+ meeting and their next policy.

    Explanation about below data:
    Vol: The total volume numbers of first hand shares which is coming into market for trading.It is different than total volume that you see in yahoo or elsewhere.Because in total volume one share can change many hands between traders.But original amount of coming shares and shorted shares are constant for day.

    For Canadian Stocks the volume is just for US market.
    SU : (Vol 2.326M shares), (Short 0.769M shares ), (33% of coming shares for trade)SU :
    XOM (Vol 12M ), (Short 5.715M ), (48% )
    CLR (Vol 1.129M ), (Short 0.703M ), (63% )
    CVX (Vol 3.363M ), (Short 1.784M ), (53% )
    OXY (Vol 8.277M ), (Short 5.32M ), (64% )
    CPG (Vol 0.693M ), (Short 0.314M ), (45% )
    CNQ (Vol 0.664M ), (Short 0.217M ), (33% )
    ENB (Vol 0.885M ), (Short 0.57M ), (64% )
    BP (Vol 3.458M ), (Short 1.265M ), (37% )
    CVE (Vol 1.543M ), (Short 0.978M ), (64% )
    CDEV (Vol 7.627M ), (Short 4.025M ), (53% )
    FANG (Vol 1.087M ), (Short 0.505M ), (47% )
    CPE (Vol 1.615M ), (Short 0.697M ), (43% )
    MRO (Vol 10.09M ), (Short 5.662M ), (56% )
    SLB (Vol 4.484M ), (Short 1.632M ), (36% )
    HAL (Vol 2.948M ), (Short 0.971M ), (33% )
    RIG (Vol 12.58M ), (Short 7.285M ), (58% )
    TOT (Vol 0.553M ), (Short 0.378M ), (68% )
    PXD (Vol 0.859M ), (Short 0.51M ), (60% )
    COP (Vol 2.865M ), (Short 0.808M ), (28% )
    BKR (Vol 1.79M ), (Short 0.659M ), (37% )
    LPI (Vol 0.417M ), (Short 0.181M ), (44% )
    PDS (Vol 0.054M ), (Short 0.02M ), (38% )

    #XOM, #CLR , #CVX , #OXY , #CPG , #CNQ , #ENB , #BP , #CVE , #CDEV , #FANG , #CPE, #MRO , #SLB, #HAL, #RIG , #TOT, #PXD , #COP, #BKR , #LPI , #PDS
  • R
    RA1
    Schlumberger Limited
    Brexit deal is done also. No more hiccups for $SLB $IEZ $ERX $XOM $HAL (except CNBC😁)
  • J
    Joe
    First Majestic Silver Corp.
    So Trump setting up a Venezuela takeover. Might be positive for gold until it's done with, then all that gold will go through Western hands and not Turkey, Russia, Cuba and China.....so then that would be negative for gold after a while. Food for thought. Watch #HAL and #SLB if they start going up strong then you know things aren't going Maduro's way.
  • N
    Nicholas
    They actually briefly plugged $OIH on Bloomberg today , along with $HAL and $BKR , discussed how all the so called “green” energy push is ultimately just going to cause fewer high dollar “deep water” projects and more land/fracking wells that are ultimately higher turnover and more costly; does anyone on here watch Bloomberg??? Or is it just loser CNBC “Fast Money” Tom Lee chartists/speculators and Jim Cramer lemmings??? 😆 does anyone on here follow the small cap oil services names??? I’m not gonna tell you about any of the good ones , all y’all would jinx me 😆
  • ẞeyhmus
    $XOM conversation
    Interesting fact: $30.38 in 2000 (Average Closing Price for Brent) is equivalent in purchasing power to about $48.39 today.

    I wonder if the cost of production has increased or decreased since 2000.

    $XOM $CVX $PXD $SLB $COP $MPC $EOG $KMI $WMB $PSX $VLO $OXY $OKE $DVN $HES $BKR $HAL $FANG $MRO $CTRA $APA
  • B
    Born2Trade
    $WFTLF conversation
    $HAL and $SLB won't let this go bankrupt again. It is not to their advantage. All bankruptcy does is let these companies come out stronger.

    They had as 178m in EBITDA last quarter. They have 764 million in cash + 1.2 billion in receivables and another billion of inventor and other currents assets of 402 million. Total current assets is 3.37B!!!

    They have 1.64b in current liabilities people and 2.1 billion in debt so 3.74 billion. Net debt that is like 400,000 million and EBITDA in worst quarter is 178m.

    People do the math. How long will this take to go bankrupt at this rate. Look at the balance sheets of Diamond Offshore or Whiting and what the stock traded at in terms of total market cap. The only reason this is not a $15 stock right is because it is not on the public markets. Bonds have been ticking up since march lows and are now 73c on the dollar. That compares to $hit OFS stocks that trade with a comparable market cap and metrics relatively speaking. Just look at HCR. It trades at 1/2 a cent. Yes, not even a penny and I am talking about their bonds!!! No their stock. When a bond holder sell at 1/2 cent that means they have no hopes of gettting any money back.

    Why does SLB and HAL want them to reorg again and come out stronger. That would be crazy. This is getting bought out by them or Baker Hughes. It has to. I don't know when but it will happen.
  • B
    Born2Trade
    $HAL conversation
    SADLY this hasn't bottom. If you want to be OIL and want stocks that have bottomed lock to FRAC SAND. Actually improving outlook, 2018 was bad with the switch from NWS to In-Basin. The SAND stocks are already priced for bankruptcy. I like $CVIA who has been selling at nearly 3x sales when the whole company trades at .11x sales. I like $HCR because they are buying back shares. I also like $FTSI for a buyout. $HAL hasn't hit that point this can drop to $10. Diversify your OIL holdings. SAND is all completion!!! The drillers are the worst right, there will be no more drilling. SO many DUCs well anyway, not needed. Diversified oil services ok, but SAND, they need sand and more SAND to finish those wells.
  • A
    Anthony
    $HAL conversation
    $vet $nog $hal more drone strikes in ME. oil gonna FLY!
  • J
    Joe
    First Majestic Silver Corp.
    @julian, you still in rdsa? Sold everything today, #SLB, #HAL, #VZ too. Crazy rally here, think big boys suckering in retail for next sell-off.
  • N
    Nick
    $HAL conversation
    Goodbye $HAL, learned my lesson investing in oil, thankfully it was a small position.
  • A
    Angelprince
    $FRO conversation
    #HAL, #XOM , #MRO..... , oil companies are up??? give me a break !!!