Ferden oppover har startet

harris73
07.12.2017 kl 10:17 QEC 1401

9.des deadline på høringer i Quebec. Det er bare to dager til. Nå har regjeringen jobbet hardt med reguleringer i flere år, og det ligger et ønske om å utnytte hydrokarboner i Quebec. Det er brukt penger på en utrolig mengde studier gjennom CERI. Utica Shale formation ligger det store mengder olje og gass som ennå ikke er utnyttet, slik som på Usa siden. I Norge har flere brukt timer på å diskutere løse tråder i caset. Men nå er tiden inne. Quebec ønsker store mengder gass og olje i overgangen mot grønnere alternativer(2030 planen). Og Qec er en player i området. Nyheter om Jordan kommer etter det.

Forventningsrallyet har startet med dagens innlegg i Hegnar om doblingskandidaten Qec. Jula starter for tålmodige sjeler.
http://www.netfonds.no/quotes/release.php?id=20171207.Hegnar.926494
ak78
07.12.2017 kl 11:14 1281

Moro! Tipper de kursmålene på rundt 11-14 kroner vil øke langt mer ut iver i januar når Jordan skal prises inn og nyheter kommer der :-)
harris73
07.12.2017 kl 13:10 1168

Ja, Pas sitt kursmål nå 11 skal bli hevet til 14 etter reguleringen. Nå er ikke Jordan priset inn i det hele iflg Paretopoddens innslag om Qec, det ligger lenger frem i tid enn Quebec.

Ser av en oversikt over reserver og pris at Qec har en unrisked reserve på 3.88 dollar med Quebec. Talisman er størst, så kommer Qec, Forest(antar PPR nå), Junex, Altai. Når man ser på potensialet i Quebec er det veldig stort for flere selskap.
harris73
07.12.2017 kl 13:47 1122

Quebec credit union Desjardins Group lifts moratorium on pipeline lending
The credit union will continue to live up to its agreements with energy companies after extensive consultations during the past four months

CALGARY — A moratorium on loans for energy pipeline projects has been lifted, Desjardins Group said Wednesday, as it vowed to consider environmental, social and governance practices of clients in all future lending decisions.

The decision in July to temporarily stop pipeline loans had been applauded by environmental groups and First Nations opposed to oilsands development who urged the Quebec credit union to make the freeze permanent.

They also asked Desjardins to withdraw from pipeline lending commitments such as its $145-million stake in a loan package for Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd.’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project to bring more oilsands crude from Alberta to the West Coast.

But CEO Guy Cormier said in an interview Wednesday the credit union will continue to live up to its agreements with energy companies after extensive consultations with supporters and opponents of the sector over the past four months.

ESG CRITERIA

“It means that the moratorium we put on in July now is replaced by the application of the ESG (environmental, social and governance) criteria, not only for the energy sector but all the different business sectors we invest in,” he said.


“We want to work with the sector to support the transition to clean energy.”

The decision to adopt new criteria for business decisions was welcomed by Patrick Bonin, climate and energy campaigner at Greenpeace Canada, but he said it is disappointing that Desjardins is not reassessing its existing loan portfolio.

“Although today’s announcement shows some important progress, such as investments in renewable energy projects, Desjardins failed to act consistently,” he said in an emailed statement.

“The Desjardins Group is turning its back to First Nations who oppose the (Kinder Morgan) project and is undermining the fight against climate change.”

He said Desjardins is falling short of lenders who have distanced themselves from doing business in the oilsands sector, such as the French bank BNP Paribas and Dutch bank ING.

Cormier said oil and gas investments represent about $6.6 billion out of a total of $276 billion in Desjardins assets.

CARBON NEUTRAL

He said the company will move to a carbon-neutral state by offsetting its own greenhouse gas emissions through the purchase of carbon credits starting this year. He vowed to ensure that by 2020 the emissions from companies in its investment portfolio are 25 per cent lower than the average of companies in stock and bond market indexes.

Before making an investment, he said Dejardins will assess whether the partner has consulted with affected communities, such as First Nations, and has a plan to manage its carbon footprint.

In a similar move in October, the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, with $285 billion in pension funds under management, announced it would increase by 50 per cent its investments in low-carbon industries while targeting a 25 per cent reduction in its carbon footprint per dollar invested by 2025.

On Wednesday, Kinder Morgan announced it would raise up to $250 million by selling preferred shares through underwriters led by CIBC Capital Markets, Scotiabank, RBC Capital Markets and TD Securities.

Cormier said Desjardins is not involved in the offering.
Nano Rekyl
07.12.2017 kl 14:41 1040

Legger til denne her også:
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http://context.capp.ca/articles/2017/commentary_forget-of-fccq
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Ha ellers en fin dag alle sammen!
harris73
12.12.2017 kl 12:56 514

Denne shorten, om det er ikke er forsinkelser i rapportering(ved mer enn 0.5 prosent skal det være samme dag 15.30, men kan ha vært før helgen)
ble satt på 5.60 til 5.70. Vi nærmer oss veldig disse nivåene, Qec er nesten i 5.50 idag. Vil Oxford A.M. sitte med 2.75 mill aksjer forbi de nivåene, eller vil de dekke det nå?

https://ssr.finanstilsynet.no/Home/Details/CA74836K1003