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Old 01-08-2021, 12:43 PM   #1
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Looks like oil is on rise today!!! Currently over $51 at the moment. Letís hope and pray it keeps on rising.
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Old 01-08-2021, 01:08 PM   #2
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Bound to come up some considering the political climate. Hopefully it normalizes. Good lord I dont want to go back to Africa.
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Come on oil . . Mama needs a new pair of drawers . .
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Old 01-08-2021, 01:16 PM   #4
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Fingers crossed it can stay over $50!
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Biden drives it over $100 before he’s out.
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Old 01-08-2021, 01:30 PM   #6
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Yeah, gonna get real very soon. Been hearing of most all service crews and exploration side started moving everything out of the North due to Biden restrictions on public lands. Being Texas is mostly private, its fixing to get busy. Feel bad for everybody up north, Eagleford is on track to loose another 10% first half of this year just due to wells maturing. Demand will come back and we will not be in the position to plug the hole due to lack of inventory to keep up with demand, I see $100+ easily in the future.
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Some of our customers are starting to work again. East and West Texas.
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Agreed.

Fixing to get wild.
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Biden drives it over $100 before heís out.
Has been my main talking point for months as I do think this will for sure happen. We will see I guess
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Agreed.

Fixing to get wild.
Bring it!!

I usually hope for a happy medium but I bet he would drive it up so I am personally invested to take advantage of that. Worst case I do ok best case I’m extremely comfortable
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Anyone want recommend who I should buy?
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Old 01-08-2021, 01:47 PM   #12
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100% Obama run all over again.
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Old 01-08-2021, 01:50 PM   #13
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Saw today Matador is up big, like 65% but that train left the station 3 months ago. I am sure there will be others, just got to read the tea leaves.
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Halliburton, Exxon Mobil, and find a sleeper small company with tons of capital or leases poised and ready to go. All companies should currently be raising capital.
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Supply and demand. 90% of the operators aren’t drilling right now, so naturally the price is going to tic up a bit. Once the number of wells go back up, that supply will go right back to where it was. I wouldn’t rush out and buy those drawers just yet. It’s gonna be a while and the biden klan will attempt to stop all domestic drilling, so expect foreign oil imports to increase and gas prices to skyrocket. It’s their plan, they want you jobless, penny less and homeless.
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In for the ride....
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Supply and demand. 90% of the operators arenít drilling right now, so naturally the price is going to tic up a bit. Once the number of wells go back up, that supply will go right back to where it was. I wouldnít rush out and buy those drawers just yet. Itís gonna be a while and the biden klan will attempt to stop all domestic drilling, so expect foreign oil imports to increase and gas prices to skyrocket. Itís their plan, they want you jobless, penny less and homeless.
Sad but very true
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Old 01-08-2021, 04:21 PM   #18
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Look at some of the small company stocks that are in Africa. I am getting ready to pull the trigger on a couple of exploration companies that are in the $2 a share area right now. Research Research Research!!!!!
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Supply and demand. 90% of the operators arenít drilling right now, so naturally the price is going to tic up a bit. Once the number of wells go back up, that supply will go right back to where it was. I wouldnít rush out and buy those drawers just yet. Itís gonna be a while and the biden klan will attempt to stop all domestic drilling, so expect foreign oil imports to increase and gas prices to skyrocket. Itís their plan, they want you jobless, penny less and homeless.

Yep, I see prices going way up but not sure its going to benefit us....
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Look at some of the small company stocks that are in Africa. I am getting ready to pull the trigger on a couple of exploration companies that are in the $2 a share area right now. Research Research Research!!!!!
Where would these companies be listed? Point me in the right direction so I can start looking and doing the research!
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Google things like New African oil discovery, new drilling inland Africa, etc etc.
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Old 01-08-2021, 04:46 PM   #22
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Google things like New African oil discovery, new drilling inland Africa, etc etc.
Thanks. Are these all going to be OTC stocks?
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Yes sir. Kind of like junior mining stocks but in the oil patch.
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Supply and demand. 90% of the operators arenít drilling right now, so naturally the price is going to tic up a bit. Once the number of wells go back up, that supply will go right back to where it was. I wouldnít rush out and buy those drawers just yet. Itís gonna be a while and the biden klan will attempt to stop all domestic drilling, so expect foreign oil imports to increase and gas prices to skyrocket. Itís their plan, they want you jobless, penny less and homeless.
Yep, just like their buddies in Canada have been doing for a few years now.
Some folks might make money but it wonít be long before all our patches are shut down in the name of clean energy
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Itís their plan, they want you jobless, penny less and homeless.
Yep. If you're a straight white male you're in their sights.
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Supply and demand. 90% of the operators arenít drilling right now, so naturally the price is going to tic up a bit. Once the number of wells go back up, that supply will go right back to where it was. I wouldnít rush out and buy those drawers just yet. Itís gonna be a while and the biden klan will attempt to stop all domestic drilling, so expect foreign oil imports to increase and gas prices to skyrocket. Itís their plan, they want you jobless, penny less and homeless.
Edit wrong thread.
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The super majors are well distributed around the globe. I would pick one with a good dividend
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Old 01-08-2021, 09:24 PM   #28
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Yep, I see prices going way up but not sure its going to benefit us....
It will in Texas. Federal lands are in trouble but thatís not much of Texas at all.
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Supply and demand. 90% of the operators arenít drilling right now, so naturally the price is going to tic up a bit. Once the number of wells go back up, that supply will go right back to where it was. I wouldnít rush out and buy those drawers just yet. Itís gonna be a while and the biden klan will attempt to stop all domestic drilling, so expect foreign oil imports to increase and gas prices to skyrocket. Itís their plan, they want you jobless, penny less and homeless.
I am afraid he speaks the truth.
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Old 01-08-2021, 09:31 PM   #30
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Edit wrong thread.
Sorry....I wasnít trying to be political. 19 years in oilfield sales, I like to think Iím more than qualified to give my opinion.


Nevermind.......I just got your post.

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With the price of oil continuing to climb, what are the chances of new wells being drilled? I had a land man contact me a while back but nothing ever came of it.
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With the price of oil continuing to climb, what are the chances of new wells being drilled? I had a land man contact me a while back but nothing ever came of it.
Depends on obligation to develop and that operators costs/budget.
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Depends on obligation to develop and that operators costs/budget.
Exactly, there are still wells being popped as we speak. Hopefully they keep popping holes and pumping sand for another 2-3 years.
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Depends on obligation to develop and that operators costs/budget.
That's all Greek to me. I guess if I get another call from him it will be good news.
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Won’t be good for us deep water guys in the GOM. I’m afraid over seas will be back in our future soon. As long as it’s not That crap hole Africa.
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Wonít be good for us deep water guys in the GOM. Iím afraid over seas will be back in our future soon. As long as itís not That crap hole Africa.

Yep, my little company does well when deep water does well... That hasn't happened since Maconda and Obama shut down the GoM to deep water drilling and all the drill ships hauled *** to South America... Those things don't just stop and turn around and come runnin' back...
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Looks like oil is on rise today!!! Currently over $51 at the moment. Letís hope and pray it keeps on rising.
Amen!

Need it to keep rising, but also need more travel to start happening, or anything to deplete supplies.

I was lucky to keep my job through all last years nonsense, but we need motors in the ground if we wanna keep running a business
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Unfortunately, I'm doing exactly that.. On the rig in the GOM now but next hitch will be in Las Palmas for some shipyard time followed by a three year contract off of Senegal.
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Sitting at $53.50 and steady rising. $70 oil can't come fast enough for me. I've had some really great calls this week and I am feeling hopeful for the first time in a nearly a year. Yesterday I told the wife she could put the Amazon app back on her phone.

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This has really sucked for the last few years but hopefully a slower climb means more sustainable prices.

I think when the democrats ďsolveĒ all the covid issues and two their lemmings that itís ok to go out into the world once again, we are going to see serious movement
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Unfortunately, I'm doing exactly that.. On the rig in the GOM now but next hitch will be in Las Palmas for some shipyard time followed by a three year contract off of Senegal.
Drilled a couple wells there then down to Benin for a couple years. Then off to the the other side in Tanzania. Pretty much all over that god forsaken place over a five year span. I assume you guys will install the Concertina wire and beef up the water cannons. Hope you guys get Phillipino or Maltese crews cause the locals suck bad. Los Palmas is nice though.
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I've been out here in the thick of it since June and they sent us supervisors back out to the field. there has been a significant increase in activity since October, the rigs have nearly doubled between pecos and carlsbad and the parkinglots in town are getting full again.
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Need to it go up, been the worst year financially of my life lmao
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We have been very busy since Thanksgiving. Started running a little thin last week then several customers have loaded us up again. Would sure be nice to actually make some money this year.....fingers crossed.
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Need to it go up, been the worst year financially of my life lmao
Same here bud. I had a neighbor some years back try to get me to switch over to the refining side. It would have cut my salary in half but he said it was stable work. Being on the drilling side in times like these has been no fun. Always the first thing they cut and the last to come back.

I have been trying to get on to International for years in hopes if/when things slow stateside I could take my talents to South America or Asia.

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Same here bud. I had a neighbor some years back try to get me to switch over to the refining side. It would have cut my salary in half but he said it was stable work. Being on the drilling side in times like these has been no fun. Always the first thing they cut and the last to come back.

I have been trying to get on to International for years in hopes if/when things slow stateside I could take my talents to South America or Asia.

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I broke out in 2007 right before the financial crisis so this is my 3rd downturn. I went into business for myself in 2014 about 6 months before the crap hit the fan and got blessed in 2015 that I was only out long enough to pack my family up and move back home to TX. I knew buddies that struggled for nearly 2 years trying to back and their take home has never fully recovered.... then Covid.

You are right this one feels different. Not because the world doesn't still need oil, it consumes more than ever before, but because oil doesn't fit the climate change narrative and people are using climate change for big power grabs. You get the sense the politicians on both sides want to bury the industry in the USA and will let it go dark before they tell the truth. The truth being that renewables aren't the 2nd coming and with a projected population of 9 billion people by 2050 above all energy plans are all that's gonna work.

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Old 01-19-2021, 04:42 PM   #50
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I hope You guys can figure out how to weather the storm headed your way.
If he is anything like his Canadian counter part it is going to get tough
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