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Today's news looks like the final nail in the coffin for Hurricane Energy equity holders

Hurricane Energy (HUR) promised so much but it looks like it will end up joining the long list of failed companies in the natural resources sector following recent updates, including the interims today.

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Hurricane Energy – More bad news.

I seem to write about Hurricane Energy (HUR) every month but that’s because it’s an evolving situation where the information changes the investment case. Today’s RNS changed one aspect in a very material way for me.

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Hurricane Energy – Significant bad news.

Hurricane Energy (HUR) updated the market on Friday the 13th on operational matters. The market reacted positively to the update, also many share prices reacted positively to the election outcome.  I am far from positive on the detail the company provided.

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Hurricane Energy looks to offer a long-term investing opportunity, and without the risks that existing holders have had to take!

Hurricane Energy (HUR) is a company that I have been bullish on ever since first covering it as a buy back in June 2014, but things haven’t worked out particularly well for anyone who has been invested since that time. This is rather unfortunate, as from an operational point of view it has performed amazingly well, better than anyone could really have hoped for, and is an example of how an AIM oil explorer can sometimes succeed and take a large discovery all the way through to production. Unfortunately for longer term holders though, that has proved costly in terms of dilution to enable to company to retain 100% of its Lancaster field...

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Great deal for Hurricane Energy - buy

All of the focus has been on Hurricane Energy’s (HUR) Lancaster licence, and although its other assets looked very good I wasn’t expecting further progress quite so quickly.

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Why I think Hurricane Energy really is worth nearly £1 billion and maintain a conviction buy

Regular readers of ShareProphets will know that I am usually very wary of any natural resources company that isn’t actually producing anything, especially if they are valued in the hundreds of millions.

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Hurricane Energy is nearing first production, buy for the rise

When it comes to anything on the operational front amongst smaller companies in the oil sector you tend to pretty much expect some delays and the directors are often over optimistic when it comes to timelines for delivering certain milestones.

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Why Hurricane Energy remains a conviction buy

Hurricane Energy (HUR) remains a favourite of mine amongst the AIM listed companies which have appraised assets and booked reserves, and I think it is one of the few which will make it into production in the near future, and has the potential to grow much larger.

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Union Jack buys 20% stake in Fiskerton Airfield Oilfield - good deal

No this is not an airfield at all but a small oilfield seven miles from Lincoln. Union Jack Oil (UJO) is paying approximately £137,000 for a 20% stake. This figure includes a pro rata share of the Operator`s legal, licence, planning and acquisition costs. The other 80% is owned by operator Egdon Resources.

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