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Oil and gas company in Trinidad and Tobago Touchstone Exploration (TXP) has announced that, despite a focus on its Ortoire block exploration program, in the first quarter of 2021 it “generated funds flow from operations of $538,000” and “believe that available credit facility capacity combined with anticipated funds flow from operations will be sufficient to satisfy… 2021 minimum exploration work commitments”. That sounds encouraging.
Touchstone Exploration (TXP) has fallen out of favour with investors in recent days following testing news at one of its wells which the market took badly and caused the share price to drop by more than 30%.
People often try to tell me that it isn’t possible to make money by actually investing in AIM oil and gas companies and that they are only worth trading, but I would have to disagree based on some of those that I’ve picked out over the years as having long term potential.
These days I tend to avoid oil companies at the bottom end of the AIM market as usually the risks aren’t worth the rewards, and the majority of them do nothing but fleece investors over a number of years without ever achieving anything of note.
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