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Dave Hodge´s (Commerce Resources) neuer Deal? PETROL ONE

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5 Postings, 5219 Tage FaZizDave Hodge´s (Commerce Resources) neuer Deal? PETROL ONE

 
  
    
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24.08.07 12:36
Hallo,

kennt ihr den "neuen" Deal vom bekannten Dave Hodge (President & CEO) von Commerce Resources ?

www.petrolOne.com

Hier war er auch mal Präsident, jetzt "nur" noch Aufsichtsrat.

Der neue Präsident ist ein Ölmulti Sheikh namens Wallid Rawaf.

market cap nur 8,5 Mio Euro.
Kurs: 0,54 euro in Frankfurt
aktien: 16,4 mio.
liquidität in FFM oder Kanada: KEINE !???? Warum ?
aktie vor ein paar tagen stark von 0,60 auf 1,10 angestiegen. dafür war nur ein Volumen von 255´000 aktien nötig!!
extrem eng. aber is das gut oder schlecht? weiss einer mehr über dave hodges neuem deal und warum keine liquidität drin is?

danke
FaZiT  

5 Postings, 5219 Tage FaZizÜber Gabun

 
  
    
27.08.07 12:13
Hier noch was über Gabun und Petrol One:

Etwa 65% der Einwohner sind Christen (ca. 60% Katholiken, 5% verschiedene protestantische Kirchen). Die übrige Bevölkerung hängt Volksreligionen, vor allem dem Bwiti, an. Eine kleine Minderheit mit 5% bekennt sich zum Islam, seit 1998 Tendenz steigend.

Gabun ist einer der rohstoffreichsten Staaten Afrikas, mit erheblichen Erdölreserven vor der Küste. Dementsprechend zählen zu seinen Hauptexportgütern Rohöl und Erdölprodukte, auf die ca. 80 % seiner Exporteinnahmen entfallen. Im Landesinneren werden Mangan, Uran und Gold gefördert.



Weiterhin gehört Gabun zu den größten Tropenholz-Exportländern Afrikas ? ca. 80 % der Landesfläche sind von tropischem Regenwald bedeckt. Ferner werden für den Export Kaffee, Kakao, Gummi, Palmöl und Zucker angebaut. Der Anbau von Grundnahrungsmitteln dient vor allem dem Eigenbedarf, kann diesen jedoch nicht vollständig decken. Die wichtigsten Handelspartner sind die USA und Frankreich.

Das Bruttosozialprodukt beträgt 3.760 Euro je Einwohner. Gabun ist somit eines der reichsten Länder Schwarzafrikas. Dennoch herrscht eine hohe Staatsverschuldung, die Verhandlungen mit dem Internationalen Währungsfonds über ein Strukturanpassungsprogramm notwendig erscheinen ließen.

Wikipedia



Overview

Gabon is a moderately wealthy country with diverse natural resources. It is also sub-Saharan Africa?s fourth largest oil producer whilst holding the third largest oil reserves in the region and as such the upstream oil industry plays a critical role in the economy representing approximately 80% of the country?s export revenues. The country is almost wholly dependent on oil revenues to fund its economy. Exports of crude oil account for approximately 60% of the government?s budget and more than 40% of GDP

Gabon?s export crudes are in the 30· to 35· API range, with a small amount of 25· API. Export crudes are the Rabi Light (35· API) and the Mandji Blend (30· API) streams.

Gabon?s largest oil field is the Shell operated Rabi-Kounga oilfield, with estimated reserves of 440 million barrels and production of 150,000 bpd which accounts for 40% of national output. The second largest field is the Gamba-Ivinga field, also operated by Shell with production rates of 10,000 to 15,000 bpd.

The state oil company is Société Nationale Petrolière Gabonaise.

At the beginning of 2005 the IEA announced that without the discovery of new fields current production will deplete Gabon?s oil reserves by 2012. Over half of Gabon?s crude oil shipments are exported to the United States. Much of the rest of Gabon?s crude oil goes to Western Europe and occasionally the Far East.

Ownership of oil and gas and all mineral rights is vested in the State. Companies provide services on behalf of the State and finance hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation activities. Exploration and production companies are licensed under the Exploration and Production Contract (ESPC) established by Law No 14/82 in January 1983 which replaced the Concession Agreement.

Gabon was a member of OPEC until 1996, when it left citing the high annual dues required by the organisation as its reason.

Legislation

All ownership of oil and gas is vested in the State. It is the only titleholder of mining rights. The Mining Code was established by Law No 15/62 (1962), Decree No 981/PR (1970) and modified under Ordinance 45/73 (1973). The new taxation system is governed by Law No 14/74.

Oil exploration and production licences are acquired by means of Exploration and Production Sharing Contracts (EPSC). Law No 14/82 passed in January 1983 established the EPSC which replaces the Concession Agreement. The terms can be summarised as follows:

· The exploration phase can comprise either two periods of five years, or three periods comprising an initial five years followed by two 2-year terms. This is based on the location of the block and the work programme.

· The exploitation phase comprises an initial 10 year period followed by a second and third perod of 5 years each.

· There is a 10% minimum state participation and 5% minimum Royalty payment (as a function of production)

· In terms of tax and payments, cost oil is limited to 55%. If development costs have not been recovered after five years of production, this could be raised to 75% at the company?s request.

· Signature bonuses are recoverable after 10 years.

Organisations active in Gabon(26)

B Agip Gabon SA Company
B Amerada Hess Production Gabon {AHPG} Company in Libreville, Gabon
B Amoco Gabon Exploration S.A.R.L. Company in Port Gentil, Gabon
B Arco Gabon Company in Libreville, Gabon
B BP Gabon Company in Libreville, Gabon
B Chauvco Resources Gabon S.A Company in Libreville, Gabon
B Eauleco Andza Company in Libreville, Gabon
B Elf Gabon Company in Port Gentil, Gabon
B Energy Africa Gabon Company in Gabon
B Esso Exploration West Africa Company in Gabon
A ExxonMobil Gabon [Mobil Oil Gabon] Company in Port Gentil, Gabon
B Gentry International Company in Gabon
B Intel Gabon Sarl Company in Libreville, Gabon
B Marathon Oil Corporation Company in Port Gentil, Gabon
B Ministry of Mines, Energy and Petroleum Non-profit Organisation in Libreville, Gabon
B Pan-Ocean Energy Corporation Ltd. Company in Port Gentil, Gabon
B Participation et Developpement {PARDEV} Company in Libreville, Gabon
A Perenco Gabon S.A. Company in Port Gentil, Gabon
B Pizo Shell Company in Libreville, Gabon
A Shell Gabon Company in Port Gentil, Gabon
B Société Gabonaise de Raffinage {Sogara} Company in Port Gentil, Gabon
A Total Exploration Gabon Company in Gabon
A Total-Fina Gabon S.A. Company in Libreville, Gabon
B Tullow Oil Company in Libreville, Gabon
B VAALCO Gabon (Etame), Inc. Company in Port-Gentil, Gabon
B Vanco Gabon Group Company in Libreville, Gabon  

5 Postings, 5219 Tage FaZizDer Deal

 
  
    
27.08.07 12:17
Petrol One Leads Korean Consortium into Africa

http://www.petrolone.com/_resources/map.jpg

Vancouver, British Columbia, August 2, 2007:

Petrol One Corp. (CNQ Exchange: PONE) (the ?Company" or ?Petrol One?) is pleased to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (?MOA?) with KM Energy of Seoul, South Korea to create a Joint Venture Partnership to be named ?Petro KME? to be based in Dubai, UAE to manage its existing property in Gabon, Central West Africa and possible future holdings in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

In consideration of Petrol One and its current partners contributing the Gabon properties to the Joint Venture, Petrol One will retain 21.4 % interest in the project in the properties.

KM Energy represents a consortium of Korean companies that include:
Daewoo International, LG International, Hyundai E&C, Posco E&C, Ssangyong, Woolim, SN Energy, Doosan, Kumho Group, and STX E&C.

Petro KME will be responsible for the overall management of the Company?s oil and gas projects, providing the necessary technical expertise as well as the financial resources required. KM Energy will provide an initial USD $25,000,000 (USD twenty five million) to Petro KME which will be utilized in part to fund the ongoing operations in Gabon including the work program to be proposed for the Nkani G4-222 property in meetings to be held in Libreville, Gabon in late September 2007.

The Company will hold 33% (thirty three percent) of the shares of Petro KME with 67% (sixty seven percent) of the shares held by KM Energy of South Korea. Petro KME will be managed by a seven man Board of Directors, two of whom (including the Chairman of the Board) will be named by the Company. All decisions of the Board of Directors must receive unanimous approval in order to be carried.
The Company will pay a 3% finder?s fee to a company headed by Camilo Gonzales of Saudi Arabia for its assistance in arranging the agreement with KM Energy.

Petrol One and its previous partners will operate under the same terms and conditions as the previous Participation Agreement entered into with Austin Developments with all percentages remaining the same; i.e. Petrol One will retain 72% of the 30% interest in Petro KME (21.4% of overall project), Austin will retain 18% of the 30% interest in Petro KME (5.6%) and the ATAS Group will retain 10% of the 30% (3%). These relative percentages will carry forward to any other oil and gas projects included in the agreement with Petro KME.

KM Energy will also provide the financing necessary to pursue other opportunities within the oil and gas sector throughout Africa, Asia and the Middle East that the Company

Suite 1450, 789 West Pender Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6C 1H2
Phone: 604.676.4285 Fax: 604.681.8240
www.petrolone.com  

5 Postings, 5219 Tage FaZizKorea

 
  
    
27.08.07 12:18
Die Koreaner wollen sogar die Infrastruktur im Land ausbauen, wie zB 20km neuer Pipeline zum ELEKTRIZITÄÖTSWERK entfernt, wo man Gas verbrennen könnte. Die Koreaner wollen von vorne bis hinten an diesem ENTWICKLUNGS-PROJEKT beteiligt sein und es BETREIBEN. Die Koreaner wollen sogar die anstehende 2D-Seismik-Studie selber fliegen.

Die Koreaner haben das Recht, bei allen neuen Petrol One Transaktionen in Asien und Mittleren Osten sowie Afrika diese ebenfalls zu übernehmen und zu entwickeln.

Das kann alles recht groß werden, v.a. weil der Präsident des Landes gerne sein Land weitere entwickeln sehen, mit neuer Infrastruktur aus dem Ausland "umsonst"...  

5 Postings, 5219 Tage FaZiz+33% in 2 Tagen in FFM

 
  
    
01.09.07 12:21
Donnerstag ging umsatz rauf in Frankfurt
insg. 13,700 Stück
kurs +29,8% am donnerstag

am Freitag +3,2% mit 21300 Aktien

in Kanada gestern +18,9% mit 11,800 aktien

wohl wegen dieser deutschen Analyse hier von First Capital research:
http://www.ariva.de/news/attachments/...JW_pdf?id=72063&optional=body


 

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