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    Nov 3, 2009 1:46 PM | about stocks: IOC
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  • papuan
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    More technical questions need to be asked of these well test reports. It is quite possible there are signficant exaggerations of these results - AOF vs surface rates, pressure depletion etc. Mr Mullicek must publish key items of well test informaiton, the well test tubing string diameters, the downhole test pressure data and test durations.There is never sufficient information to provide investment confidence and the brokers and fund managers are just blindly accepting it.
    2 Dec 2009, 04:54 AM Reply Like
  • kencooksam1
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    Professional 40 year veteran Petroleum Engineers post on the Yahoo board IOC. They have reviewed IOC's presentations and find them credible.As does World Oil mag the leading OIl and NG mag, As does Upstream, Petroleum News Net and many others assert IOC claims. Two independent reservoir engineers have independently reviewed the results.Both find substantial assets.. Three outside third parties report at the last wellhead test they have decades of doing DD have never seen results like this but this well has the facts. Firms as in Haliburton, Weatherford and Schlumberger. What are you qualificatione to dispute the largest reservoir engineering firms in the world and the 3 largest OIl service companies in the world..Where is your Pet Engin degree with 40 years experiece or are you just another ID of the paid basher Brigade.?? Inquiring Minds would like to know??.

     

    On Dec 02 04:54 AM papuan wrote:

     

    > More technical questions need to be asked of these well test reports.
    > It is quite possible there are signficant exaggerations of these
    > results - AOF vs surface rates, pressure depletion etc. Mr Mullicek
    > must publish key items of well test informaiton, the well test tubing
    > string diameters, the downhole test pressure data and test durations.There
    > is never sufficient information to provide investment confidence
    > and the brokers and fund managers are just blindly accepting it.
    6 Dec 2009, 01:19 PM Reply Like
  • rmiers1
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    all I know is oic has been belly belly good to me. Methinks Exxon does not build/invest mucho denaro in LNG plant to win friends and influence the locals. Me also thinks this is much fun with a trailing stop.
    Me looking for announcment due soon
    4 Jan 2010, 04:34 PM Reply Like
  • rmiers1
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    lifetime petroleum observer and investor. very conservative and general "bear" in wildcat operations. 40 drilled, 8 shows, 2 payoff. (old rule of thumb). New technology is game changer. That part of world is huge in gas and has been for fifty years. If you are scared of the stock, there is such a thing as a stop loss.
    oil investments have many problems. but risk reward balances all investment.
    I am a bull on this one. there is no fire dept in their operating zone but you do not have to worry about become polar bear diet.
    also the lack of california libby's and their anti-american politicians.
    Proceed with DD and great care. This could make you very rich
    BOL to all longs and productive people
    11 Jan 2010, 03:39 AM Reply Like
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