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Pantheon Resources provides operational update on VOBM#3 and VOBM#4 wells, East Texas

Pantheon Resources plc, the AIM-quoted oil and gas exploration and development company with a working interest (of 50%-58%) in several conventional projects located in Tyler and Polk Counties, onshore East Texas, today announces the following statement:  Jay Cheatham, CEO, will be in London this w ...

Katie Woodward - OilVoice


Posted 1 month agoPress > Pantheon ResourcesUnited StatesEast Texas +1

Oil price, Hurricane Energy, Pantheon Resources, Sound Energy, And finally...

Oil price There is little doubt that less than 24 hours away from one of the most crucial Opec meetings in recent history few if any people know what the outcome might be, and i'm talking participants as well as spectators here. In Vienna even a chance chat over a coffee is ‘an official meeting' ...

Malcolm Graham-Wood - Malcy's Blog


Posted 1 month agoOpinion > oil priceHurricane EnergyPantheon Resources +4

Amerisur Resources, Pantheon Resources and Thalassa Holdings

Amerisur Resources An update from john Wardle in Colombia this morning which is a bit mixed but with no fundamental problems. The near term production target of 7,200 b/d scheduled to be reached at the end of this year has been put back by a quarter in 1Q 2017, a number of social issues have take ...

Malcolm Graham-Wood - Malcy's Blog


Posted 1 month agoOpinion > Amerisur ResourcesPantheon ResourcesThalassa Holdings +1

Pantheon Resources Operational update

Pantheon Resources plc ("Pantheon" or "the Company"), the AIM-quoted oil and gas exploration and development company with a working interest (of 50%-58%) in several conventional projects located onshore in Tyler & Polk Counties, East Texas, notes recent market speculation and is pleased to provide t ...

OilVoice Press


Posted 19 days agoPress > Pantheon Resources

Oil price, Pantheon, Amerisur, And finally…

Oil price 2016 turned out to be a pretty good year for the oil price and the end year comparisons dont tell the whole story about the lows in January and February. WTI ended up with a gain of $16.68, +45% whilst Brent rose $18.85 or 52%. This mornings price are better again, WTI is $54.99 and the ...

Malcolm Graham-Wood - Malcy's Blog


Posted 15 days agoOpinion > Malcy's Blogoil pricePantheon Resources +1