I’m a big fan of these Proactive One2One forums. Always try to get there. I shall be attending because I want to speak to Fastnet Oil & Gas.
There’s one being held on Wednesday 29th October 2014. At The Radisson, Free Trade Hall, Peter Street, Manchester M2 5GP
Any one interested in attending and meeting up for a chat/beer then contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com I usually get there a few minutes late due to work/traffic but they are fantastic events and a great source of info. Plus food & drinks are always in abundance. Craig isn’t a skinflint when it comes to getting the drinks in. Top grub and even better Company. We in Manchester are a tough bunch to satisfy!
See you there.
We would be delighted if you could join us in Manchester at the Radisson Blu next Wednesday for our One2One investor forum. We are very excited to announce our third company for next week’s line-up, Northern Petroleum (AIM:NOP) which we expect to significantly outperform over the next 12 months. The shares jumped almost 20% on Tuesday due to outstanding flow rates from a well drilled in Canada. The first of THREE new wells drilled at the Keg River project has tested at a rate of 1,300 barrels of oil per day. Northern has a market cap of just £15mln… it will rerate. We will also be joined by Fastnet Oil & Gas (AIM:FAST) and Premier African Minerals (AIM:PREM) who have plenty to discuss. Investors will have the opportunity talk to management teams about their plans for the future.
Fastnet Oil & Gas (LON:FAST) presents something of an opportunity ahead of a fresh phase of catalysts. There is the potential of an upcoming onshore venture in Morocco where an upcoming work programme could unlock a near 1tcf discovery with the potential for a number of “easy wins” as the company aims to appraise known gas discoveries using modern technologies and methods.
Northern Petroleum (LON:NOP) shares jumped almost 20% on Tuesday after outstanding flow rates from a well drilled in Canada – 1,300 barrels of oil per day to be precise. Two more were not quite so successful but CEO Keith Bush is sure they will help the company with future drilling. In fact, two more wells are being planned for the first quarter of 2015 so the company can put this information to good use in just a few months’ time. In less than a year, the group has built a project in Keg River that should turn the business cash flow positive. Keith joins us to talk investors through the next steps for the company as it heads for this milestone.
Premier African Minerals’ (AIM:PREM) is focused on near term production at its RHA Tungsten Mine in Zimbabwe which they expect early next year. The Company is looking at an off-take agreement and/or debt funding combined with available cash resources to finance low cost, near term production options. The updated mine study was out last week and Pam Hueston is joining us to explain more.
Register here to avoid disappointment.
Please join us at 5:45pm to get yourself a seat and to allow for a prompt 6:00pm start. Each company has approximately 30 minutes to give a short presentation and for Q&A. Followed by the ‘Champagne Raffle’ where the lucky guests that arrive before 6pm have a chance to win several bottles of fine Champagne.
The evening will end with a complimentary bar and an assortment of the finest hot & cold canapés, giving you the opportunity to speak with the directors and other investors.
|Wednesday 29th October 2014 6.00pm
The Radisson, Free Trade Hall, Peter Street, Manchester M2 5GP