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BLACKBIRD ENERGY INC-Diskussion

BLACKBIRD ENERGY INC.

ISIN: CA09228A1049

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WKN: A1T9F8

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Symbol: 4BB

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Land: Kanada

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BLACKBIRD ENERGY INC-Diskussion (11511 Beiträge)
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  • von Fantasie2017
    Geduld und länger Atem wird sich auszahlen ;-)
    http://www.finanzen100.de/finanznachrichten/wirtschaft/rohstoffe-diese-3-trends-koennten-auf-einen-rasanten-anstieg-des-oelpreises-hindeuten_H102830023_444960/?SOURCE=7001002
  • von ttgt
    Wieso wir haben doch schon wieder über 45$, mehr als 50$ pro Barrel wirds dieses Jahr nicht mehr geben.
  • von wurmm
    Bei den Ölpreis eigentlich nicht so schlecht
  • von Timolino
    Also dieses auf und ab soll mal einer verstehen
  • von ErniundBert
    Was heißt das kurz Gesagt... Danke für euer Interesse und Hilfe !
  • von ACDC
    von stockwatch

    Elsewhere in the Alberta Montney, Blackbird Energy Inc. (BBI) lost one cent to 31.5 cents on 2.66 million shares, as a whiff of scandal began to emanate from the $84.8-million public offering that it conducted last March. The offering consisted of 148 million shares issued at prices ranging from 55 cents to 64 cents (with the range reflecting tax advantages carried by some of the shares). Blackbird paid a total of $3.81-million to the offering agents, which included, among several others, TD Securities. Yesterday, an article appeared in Reuters alleging that a senior adviser at TD had left the bank after an internal investigation revealed that he had placed shares of Blackbird with clients who were not suited to investing in high-risk stocks. The adviser, Jeff Ber, allegedly received an unauthorized payment from Blackbird for about $100,000 one week after the financing, according to Reuters. TD was reportedly unaware of this payment. The bank confirmed to Reuters that Mr. Ber is no longer in its employ, although it would not comment on related rumours that he is facing an investigation by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC).

    Blackbird strongly denies that anything improper took place. In a statement yesterday after the close, it said it indeed made a payment of $104,000 to an individual involved in the offering (whom it did not name), but said the payment was unrelated to the offering. Rather, the payment was for consulting services provided by the individual over three years, said Blackbird. (The Reuters report had said Mr. Ber joined TD in November, 2016.) Blackbird added that the individual had been advised to disclose the payment in accordance with any applicable rules. It promised to investigate the matter further and to inform investors if anything important turns up.

    Whatever happens next, the Reuters report is surely dredging up ill feelings about the financing, which had already caused plenty of grumbling. The day the financing was announced in late February, Blackbird's stock fell to 56 cents from 66 cents. Given that Blackbird had recently started production from its core Pipestone/Elmworth asset, and that president and CEO Garth Braun had repeatedly emphasized the company's ability to "grow organically ... just from our cash flow," investors were not expecting a financing, and certainly not one so large ($84-million being nearly equal to the total amount that Blackbird had raised since it first took flight in 2009). Blackbird was unfazed. It wanted the money so it could pursue a larger drill program at Pipestone/Elmworth. From 2014 to the time the financing was announced, the company had drilled six wells. The financing would let it drill another 12 from the second half of 2017 through the first half of 2018. Blackbird undoubtedly hoped that the results from these wells would soothe any ruffled feathers. Yet before that could happen, bad news arrived in May, when Blackbird announced that it would have to recomplete some of its older wells because of mechanical problems. Since that announcement, the stock has fallen to 31.5 cents from nearly 50 cents. This will put even more pressure on the next set of wells to be impressive. Investors should not have to wait long to start finding out. According to a presentation published this week on Blackbird's website, one new well has been drilled and is awaiting completion in August. The presentation also mentions two other wells on the near-term drilling agenda. Public data show that one of those wells was spudded on Tuesday.

  • von RainerDynszis
    Sind ja nicht mehr weit von entfernt...
  • von B19501
    Hab mal einen Korb bei 0,18 aufgestellt.
  • von GE4
    Ich habe Garth gestern geschrieben das ich mir Sorgen um die Aktie mache, und bekam folgende Antwort: Please have a look at our latest presentation.  The stock is not strong at this time, but the activity in the company is the busiest we have ever been.  We are working diligently to build value for our shareholders.

     

    Best regards,


    GARTH BRAUN
    Chairman, CEO & President

  • von wurmm
    Hoffe nicht oder doch ? Gute Zeit zum nachlegen. Wann ist denn wieder mit News zu rechnen?
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