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Tullow's Share Rise Hasn't Kept Pace with its Bigger Rivals but that Could Change

Hello Share Collectors. Like all oil producing combos, Tullow Oil (TLW) will do well out of the lofty price of oil. Even if it has just reduced its production aim of 60,000-64,000 barrels of oil a day to 60,000-62,000 barrels. It’s not much of a reduction and, given the sturdy current values for the black stuff, I don’t think the share price has risen as far as it should do, when compared to its larger rivals Shell (SHEL) and BP (BP.).


Why Not All Shares Will Hit the Skids in these Drastically Diabolical Dangerous Days.

Hello Share Tellers. Over the past month or so, I’ve predicted on the available evidence that the Footsie - and in fact most shares - will fall quite substantially. So far, sad to relate, I’ve been correct. But not all shares fall with the tide. So let’s review some of the sectors that could put on value in the next few weeks. And those that may fare worst than most.


Tullow Followers could Benefit from the Planned Merger and Perkier Production

Hello Share Scrapers. This old punter once nearly sold his Tullow Oil (TLW) shares by mistake. The price then was around £6, so I wish I had done. That’s because today’s price is around 54p. Never mind, it was a long time ago. And I think the huge rise in the oil price hasn’t galvanised Tullow’s share price as much as it should have done. Mayhap it has some catching up to do. Also, Tullow looks like becoming bigger as it plans to merge with Capricorn Energy (CNE), formerly Cairn Energy, a British explorer and producer of oil and gas.


Rushing to Snaffle Oil and Gas Shares? Don't Forget to eyeball Tullow

Hello, Share Tweakers. You don’t have to be an Einstein to guess that share prices for oil companies should keep on rising, at least for a bit. Myself and more able analysts have commended Shell (RDSA) and BP (BP.) recently but there are other experienced producers around and Tullow Oil (TLW) looks to have been rather overlooked by the City.


The Fellow Who Follows Tullow Hasn't Had it Easy, but Perhaps Salvation Is at Hand

Hello, Share Lovers. I’ve loyally held shares in Tullow Oil (TLW) for 5 years or so. Worst luck! At one stage, and it was a long time ago, the shares multibagged. But presently I’m down about 60%. Of course, the virus knocked the stuffing out of what value remained for me. But with the oil price soaring, there’s a chance that Tullow may fare better soon.

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