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thorandwoden 01 Mar 2017

Oi, Oi, Oi What's goin' on 'ere then?

one4all 18 Feb 2017

Re: Where are the barrels? yes agree, we were told back in September that well VOSB #1 would be giving results on a sustained basis in 3 months time. still no definitive floow results on this. sounds like they find hydrocarbons on each well drilled but get no real decent flow results so dont tell us/ have yet to hear Cheetham tell us any actual real sustain flowrates for any well. sounds like a lot of sizzle and no sausage.

PADAMSTER 13 Feb 2017

Re: Henry Hub breaking down EB come back on the LSE - we are missing you lol

EasyBrent 13 Feb 2017

Henry Hub breaking down March 2017 contract below $3 now. The increased in shale oil drilling will put pressure on natural gas going forward as most of the shale oil wells produces a lot of associated gas.

barno99 27 Jan 2017

Potentially Significant reservoir .. From the RNS....Data from electronic logs indicated the presence of hydrocarbons in a potentially significant reservoir in the primary target, the Eagle Ford sandstone."The Board stresses however that the significance of these results cannot be accurately assessed until flow testing operations have been completed," the company said.CEO Jay Cheatham in a statement that the successful completion of this well confirmed Pantheon's belief that it could drill vertical wells into the Eagle Ford, quickly and economically.Can't wait for the flow rates.... the RNS gives a great insight on what's to come ..

wtakesall 02 Jan 2017

Desperation I am much encouraged when our permanent shorters begin grasping at straws. Great to see.

PADAMSTER 30 Dec 2016

Re: Where are the barrels? The two additional zones is excellent news. Ask the question. Where is this gas coming from in the shallower levels! There's also high pressure in the deeper zone hence the need for new equipment. Your right - hopefully get the Wilcox as a commercial well and see what happens from there!

waytogo333 30 Dec 2016

Re: Where are the barrels? Test results will reveal all.........until then, just take it as 2 additional hydrocarbon zones......

nigella2 30 Dec 2016

Re: Where are the barrels? I don't how you can blatantly short this stock and recommend selling after this mornings news report. They are clearly in a great field and time will tell.I for one will be holding onto my stocks.

smudgedan 18 Dec 2015

#PANR #stocks for 2016 #Pantheon Resources [link]

Originofquake1 05 Nov 2015

Norphlet formation 150 million year old oil sands are located above the Louann salt 15,000 feet down. Above the Norphlet sand is the carbonate "Smackover" formation downslope south toward the Gould of Mexico. Our acreage Polk and Tyler @14,200 feet is above these oil bearing structures. With money the wells should be red riled through the Louann salt to the true pre salt oil fields. The future is deeper down.

Originofquake1 05 Nov 2015

The inland ocean 82 million years ago was a shallow sea, with oil accumulations 14,200 feet below the surface in our acreage in Polk and Tyler county, but also 100 million years earlier as the giant ,vast inland ocean was forming, the Louann salt was being laid down, 25,000 feet down alleyway to 31,000 feet.

Originofquake1 05 Nov 2015

Oil saturated sands south of the Ouchita Mountains , the secret is the ocean, the inland ocean 82 million years ago emptied, completely

Originofquake1 04 Nov 2015

57,096 acreage and Jay Cheetham hits the fact pot on the first try. Congratulations ! This acreage has just increased in value. 3D gives you eyes, Jay gives you "how much, what quality, where to pipe it, truck it " give this man a raise. Ok 10 million options at .10 cents, should make him happy. The rig was initially being moved, but I read Black stone spudded Tyler County mid October! We may get ( 50%) change of getting a X- mass present. Each well nets before tax $70 million, we get half. I think that is conservative , because the geology should be the same , level 14,200 feet for every well....why? Because the well is sand, oil soaked that exist as an ancient shoreline of the inland ocean that covered North America. Our acreage is the 63 feet of sand that the ocean created from 120 - to 82 million years ago when the North American Ocean emptied. Our acreage is , was feed water , salt water from the south, downslope from the east west facing Ouchita Mountains. Our oil sands are at right angles to the top of those mountains. The chalk is a gypsum salt I think , I don't know, but I can tell you before the Ouchita mountains deeper down more oil exist , and the salt disapates the heat so the oil stays intact and does not turn to gas . The Smackover, is an old carbonate structure south facing and slopes like shingles on a roof. Below the Smackover on our acreage is the vast oil of the Norfit sands, but the real good oil, the 24,000 barrels per day to 100,000 barrels per day is obtained on our lease by drilling 20,000 -25,000 -35,000 (Tiber well) feet through the Halite salt , called " the mother of all salt" the Louann salt, pure table salt. Jay when the wallet gets fat, put in som 7,500 foot laterals in those 63 feet of oil sands, and maybe I will live to see you test the oil reservoir below the Louanne salt. Again congratulations . John Delano.