In the wake of the sad death of Burt Reynolds, we caught up with a fellow role model and trendsetter Malcolm Graham-Wood to talk about the markets. Malcy opens with the incredible progress recently made by Hurricane Energy before moving on to discuss the Exxon developments in neighbouring acreage to Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas. We run the rule over operating companies on a shoestring touching on Bahamas Petroleum and Anglo African Oil & Gas recent news before reviewing the latest news from Coro Energy and Reabold Resources.
James Menzies has an incredibly strong name rooted in Asia, with there latest acquisition dwarfing its Italian portfolio whilst leaving the door open for further updates. Stephen Williams has been dynamic and vocal about the strength of breadth and depth of the companies assets with additional funding allowing RBD to consider bolting on more in the near future, Institutions provided the rump of the £4.8m at 0.85p
Malcolm Graham-Wood has over 30 years experience in the Oil & Gas sector working in a variety of capacities, these days Malcy floats around the markets as the oracle of oil stocks, jet-setting to foreign lands reporting on prospective investment opportunities.
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#HUR #CORO #TRIN #ECO #RBD #SAVP #AMER #AAOG #BPC SOU #PPC #CHAR
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The author may hold shares in one or more company mentioned but was not remunerated
Coro Energy Plc – Oil Capital Conference