For TAG Oil the greatest opportunities still lie ahead. We are an established oil and gas exploration and production company at the forefront of activity in the Taranaki Basin of stable New Zealand. We are a growing high-netback oil producer with developing oil and gas fields, and prime acreage holder in the high-impact Taranaki discovery fairway.
The historic lows of oil prices over the past year have taken small-cap oil and gas valuations down along with them. But we know that the oil price pendulum always swings back. The question is when, and when it does, will our investments be well positioned to take advantage of the price turnaround?
As prices and valuations begin to creep back up, now is the time to look for opportunities in the oil and gas sector.
To take advantage of this unique and challenging investing environment, TAG Oil commissioned UK-based analyst Jamal Orazbayeva to author an independent, objective, report: The 7 Key Factors Driving Small-Cap Oil and Gas Valuations. She had free rein, and produced a thoughtful, thorough, informative, 24-page report that TAG is offering. Get the report here >
After several days of intensive strategy and technical meetings at TAG Oil’s head office in Vancouver, CEO Toby Pierce, COO Henrik Lundin, Director Dave Bennett, geologist David Loretto, and I set out for a day of hiking near Squamish, British Columbia….
There have been many discussions around the supply and demand of global oil markets, and a recent report published by the IEA (International Energy Agency) projects a balanced market somewhere in mid-to-late….
Vancouver, B.C. – April 14, 2016 – TAG Oil Ltd. (TSX: TAO and OTCQX: TAOIF) announces that its capital budget for the Company’s 2017 fiscal year (April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017) will be approximately $7.6 million, which will be funded entirely by forecasted cash flow and working capital on hand. A further $4.6…Read More View All