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    Citizen
    $DVN conversation
    You know what I like about stock buybacks ? It sets up the companies for the longer term to keep high dividend payouts even when prices could be lower in the future (but more likely to have even higher payouts when prices don't go lower). The most likely is that their share prices go up to make the dividend yield seem reasonable again relative to any other dividend paying asset class out there. This is a win win situation .....

    $DVN $FANG $EOG $PXD $CHK $AR $LPI $PDCE $OVV
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    Citizen
    $DVN conversation
    If you are long Oil and Gas stocks then these low prices are good for the buybacks, dividend reinvestment etc ...... This is by far the cheapest sector right now to invest in and if you are looking for yield you got it in bucketloads ..... $DVN $FANG $PXD $LPI $ESTE $CHK $AR $EOG $OVV
  • C
    Citizen
    $CPE conversation
    On EIA storage report. Why do headlines report an inventory build when the net change including SPR is negative ?

    $CPE $OXY $FANG $PXD $DVN
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    Citizen
    $LPI conversation
    Oil back above 90. will retrace to 100 soon .... FOMO will turn into POMO ....
    $DVN $FANG $PXD $EOG $ESTE $OVV
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    Drew C.
    $CPE conversation
    So now there's a greater than $11/barrel difference between Brent and WTI crude. $110/barrel Brent vs. $98.62 WTI. Just incredible. And unsustainable, IMO. WTI should be only $3-4/barrel behind Brent, which would put it at $106-107/barrel now.

    $LPI $CPE $ESTE $CDEV $SM $FANG $PXD $XOP $TALO $ROCC $MTDR $OAS
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    Drew C.
    $LPI conversation
    Wow! EIA reports a net draw of 10.1 million barrels for the week. That's a 5.6 million draw from the SPR and 4.5 million draw from commercial. That's a huge draw, should be very bullish for oil.

    $LPI $CPE $ESTE $CDEV $SM $FANG $PXD $XOP
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    Citizen
    $LPI conversation
    unemployment rate falls to near lowest ever. There is no recession (and demand destruction) here folks ..... back up the truck on further drops from here ...... (always keep some spare space in the truck for times like these).
    $LPI $DVN $FANG $PXD $KRP $ESTE $CDEV $CHK $AR
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    GeoThug
    Callon Petroleum Company
    Five pieces of data ahead of Energy Producers earnings next week.

    All of which is pointing to tighter energy supplies. Both Oil and Gas.

    1) Strategic reserve drawdown continuing at 1 million barrels per day. This Ends October and represents 9% of USA daily "output". (production+ the STEO draw).
    Note: The 150 Million+ barrels loaned will need to be returned at some point in the future.

    2) US Oilfield Production rolling over. Second week in a row of decline. Plan was to "hand off" the Strategic Reserve draw with a Production-gain. Production however is dropping. Setting up a 1+ million barrel per day loss or 9% loss of current USA supply in the system. Futures will begin pricing this shortly when the day traders are done playing games and physical supply gets priced in.
    As a reminder US Oil production peaked at 13.2 Million barrles per day in 2020. it's now 11.9mbpd. A loss of 9.8%.

    3) Natural Gas Inventory is below the 5 year average and rolling over while Freeport LNG is OFFLINE. This provided a fake 2 billion cubic feet per day surplus based on an explosion. Even with that, Natural gas supply cannot keep up. Freeport will be drawing in October. Losing 7% of USA production to export under contract.

    4) US Oil exports spiked last week blowing out last 5 years data. 4 million barrels were exported. No clue where. Does it really matter?

    5) Gasoline Production is now rolling over. Production peaked 6 weeks ago, and has dropped 500,000 barrels of gasoline per day. A drop in supply of 5%.
    As gasoline inventory is the lowest in 5 years

    $LPI $XOM $PXD $FANG $CDEV $MTDR $OXY $XOP $COP $SM
  • D
    Drew C.
    $LPI conversation
    Brent is now priced $9.50/barrel above WTI crude. Manipulation of the WTI downward can't last much longer, IMO.

    $LPI $CPE $ESTE $CDEV $SM $FANG $PXD $XOP
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    Drew C.
    $LPI conversation
    It's a draw! EIA just reported a net draw in commercial oil inventory (450k barrels), despite a 5 million draw in the SPR, for the week reported.

    $LPI $CPE $ESTE $FANG $PXD $XOP $SM $CDEV
  • C
    Citizen
    $LPI conversation
    Trading idea for y'all. Check out $KRP. They just declared 0.55 per share dividend (50% of which is return of capital so not taxed). They are ~63% natural gas. I think next quarter could be better because of delay in royalty receipts. Trading at close to 17$ right now. Solid dividend history. nicely spread mineral position in many of the most active basins. $LPI $PXD $FANG $OVV $ESTE $CHK $DVN $EOG
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    Drew C.
    $LPI conversation
    Very obvious manipulation of the WTI crude price today. Currently WTI is nearly $9/barrel below the Brent price ($97/barrel vs $106/barrel). That's ridiculous. Normal spread between the two is $3-4/barrel.

    $LPI $CPE $ESTE $CDEV $SM $FANG $PXD $XOP
  • C
    Citizen
    $LPI conversation
    I would say they are on target. Like everybody they have to watch the inflationary costs. This is obviously a negative for a lot of the names out there but at the same time will mean that not many of them are bullish to seriously increase production through 2023 which will pressure supply .... and hence pressure prices to the upside ..... Disappointed with $CPE with production miss. I am rotating out of this one. $PDCE's nrs were pretty good. Like $CPE though some pressure on production though .... $OVV just hit it out of the park. I have rotated some more into that one .... added some $PXD too on the illogical pullback.
    Henry Hub ticked up again due to hot weather and bullish view on Freeport LNG coming back online in October due to regulator news. Very good for the gas names $CHK, $AR and others. $SBOW was pretty good. See how price develops today and may add to that name too. Oilprice seems to be skirting along the low 90's looking for direction. I doubt it will go down much further as I don't see many catalysts taking it down further. Way more potential to the upside here so will stay bullish on oily names as well.
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    Citizen
    $PDCE conversation
    $PDCE is now one of the cheapest out there (even cheaper on a forward earnings vs EV than LPI). I sold just before market yesterday in the 60's to shift some in my portfolio but buying back today here after taking some short term profit in other names. Can't believe the opportunity here .....

    $LPI $KRP $DVN $OVV $EOG $PXD $FANG $ESTE $CHK $AR
  • C
    Citizen
    $LPI conversation
    People want to load up now. It is FOMO day !
    $LPI $DVN $PXD $FANG $EOG $KRP $ESTE $CHK $AR $CDEV
  • C
    Citizen
    $EOG conversation
    I suspect $EOG will follow $PXD and raise base dividend in september ..... with earlier closed out hedges they will be confident about that. Looking for something over $1 for base dividend
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    Chris
    $OXY conversation
    So I'm a bit concerned that I got in way too late into energy ($OXY, $PXD, $DVN, XLE, etc) as I am down about 20% on most of it. Thoughts on if I missed the bus or not as it seems oil is going to continue to drop on recession fears whether we have one or not. I realize these companies will all be profitable if oil stays about $60 or so, but what is the expectation that they will set new SP highs?
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    Drew C.
    $LPI conversation
    Excellent EIA number for oil producers, just out. Net commercial drawdown of 2.76 million barrels, overall drawdown of 9.71 million barrels! SPR drawdown of 6.95 million barrels.

    $LPI $CPE $CDEV $SM $FANG $ESTE $PXD $OAS $XOP
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    Drew C.
    $LPI conversation
    EIA numbers show a net draw of 7 million barrels of oil (all-in, including the SPR) in the latest reported week. That includes 6 million barrels from the SPR and a net 1 million barrel draw from commercial inventories/production.

    In the prior week, only 5 million barrels were drawn from the SPR, so this time they took 6 million barrels from the SPR and even with that required an additional 1 million barrels (net) draw from commercial. Try as they might, draining the SPR is not causing a glut of oil or bringing down oil prices. And the SPR will be refilled eventually, even POTUS Brandon has said this. Currently WTI crude is $110+/barrel, 30 minutes after this week's EIA data release, up slightly from yesterday.

    $LPI $ESTE $OXY $FANG $CDEV $SM $CPE $PXD
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    Cheryl
    $PXD conversation
    $PXD Pioneer Natural Resources since $164.11 June 29, 2021 divvys $17.43 + SP appreciation $114.57= $+$132.00 +80.4%. $AR $DDAIF $IBM $TMV (trading) $ENLC