After graduating with first class honours in economics from Lancaster University in 2006, Jamie spent a number of years as a private client equity dealer gaining front-line experience in the investment industry during the most fast paced and volatile period in financial history. Having acquired an insight from both professional and individual investors, Jamie joined Proactive’s growing editorial team in 2009.
"We are now approaching the final stages of Sound Energy's strategy to drill a bold exploration programme in Morocco and then explore options for early monetisation,” said chief executive James Parsons.
It means Echo will avoid paying out US$13.5mln and it lowers its share of the Tapi Aike funding requirement.
"The approval of the company's tender represents great progress for Tlou,” said Tony Gilby, managing director.
An important and hotly anticipated new well programme is due to kick off in the coming months.
Seismic data will be available in the coming weeks and Equinor will re-evaluate the remaining potential for the Verbier discovery
“This placing will see the company being adequately funded through the next c.US$100mln of capital expenditure on the Beetaloo project," said Phillip O’Quigley.
Harrington is the third person to be named Rose chairman in recent weeks and this latest appointment brings with it an improved funding deal.
In the wake of a prior downgrade to the Kraken field, Cairn told investors that production volumes have risen in 2019 to date and volumes are on-target.
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Soaring rights fees and push-back from consumers puts Sky Plc between a rock and a hard place - but, the Netflix threat means football is vital to the subscription broadcaster's proposition.
The run of positive well results may are de-risking and value-adding, but, there are signs that Horse Hill’s partner politics could be heading for a ‘coalition of chaos’.
Fracking is due to start at the Icewine-2 appraisal well on Saturday June 17.