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Choice Resources is a natural gas driller in Canada. They have long life reserves and are growing production after selling off some non core production. Current production is 1349boepd. Choice is undervalued with very low cashflow to price ratios. Choice earned C$.02 in the qtr ending 5/31/05 and is currently priced at C$.87. The company has been focusing on paying off debt and gathering acreage around their key production areas. In August 2005, Choice began drilling a high potential horizontal well at Pincher Creek. Total depth and testing should be completed by early October 2005. The well is part of a land package that contains several big prospects. Choice will operate the Pincher Creek well in a partnership with Running Fox Resource Corp. The details of the well and its prospects are contained in the following two PR's: EARNINGS REPORTS PROJECTIONS
Qtr            Q4
Date          2/28/06
Avg Prod      1475
Total BOE     132750
Price         C$60
Gross Revs    7,965,000
Royalty Exp   1,624,860
%             20.4%
Net Revs      6,340,140
Op Exp        1,500,000
$/boe         11.30
Trans Exp     
Depletion     1,250,000
$/boe         9.42
G&A Exp       250,000
Interest       65,000
Stock Exp     210,950
Total Exp     3,275,950
Net b/f Tx    3,064,190
Inc Tax         980,541
Net Inc       2,083,649
EPS           .034
C/F           4,525,140
C/F shr       .074
Avg Shrs      61,000,000
This projection is based on the PR dated 2/16/06. Sounds like they had some trouble hooking up production from the previous qtr because they are still projecting 1600-1700 by end of Feb/early March. Last qtr they were saying they would be at 1600 after hooking up behind the pipe production. So I used 1475bpd avg production to be conservative and lowered the boe price to C$60. While about the same as Q3, if they can avg 1700 for q1, that will be a 15% increase from Q4 and probably add more than that to eps and c/f. That would put c/f around .085 to .09 per share. If you annualize that number, you get .36 or less than 3 times the current share price of C$.94. Choice remains one of the cheapest Canadian juniors. Once they show consistent production growth, I believe the stock price will increase closer to the middle of the normal range for Canadian juniors of 5 X c/f, which would result in a stock price of C$1.80. Bobwins
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#4   Too bad there isn't a basket of of bigpike 09/07/05 01:33:33 PM
#3   Lentinman.... Canadian juniors Bobwins 09/02/05 07:03:31 PM
#2   BW: You remember when you mentioned your list of lentinman 09/02/05 05:45:04 PM
#1   I have high hopes for Choice. They are Bobwins 09/01/05 09:11:28 PM