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bayoubengals88
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LA
Member since Sep 2007
15904 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
I just can’t imagine why they did the offering while share price is so low.

What are the details on this one?


LChama
Member since May 2020
703 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
It will rocket to 10$ because i sold today


GeneralLee
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Member since Aug 2004
11533 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
Offering was for 35M shares at $3/share so $105M raised.


Clint Torres
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Member since Oct 2011
2186 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
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I just can’t imagine why they did the offering while share price is so low.


perhaps there is an acquisition opportunity they couldn't pass up. $100mm doesn't buy much though and this is a bit of slap in the face for retail. Saw a guy on the Discord this morning say he's done w/ management and getting out over this; he's holding 500k shares.


My2ndFavCivilNgineer
Member since Jun 2013
527 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
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perhaps there is an acquisition opportunity they couldn't pass up. $100mm doesn't buy much though and this is a bit of slap in the face for retail. Saw a guy on the Discord this morning say he's done w/ management and getting out over this; he's holding 500k shares.


yeah they need to buy production in the Haynesville


LSU8144
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Member since Sep 2007
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re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
Anyone here losing confidence? Or will this ultimately be a good thing if we just stick it out?


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thejudge
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Westlake, LA
Member since Sep 2009
11611 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
They are at a point where they need to.mkve on adding supply regardless of the share price.

They want the total upstream supply taken care of to move on to FID with Bechtel to build phase 1 and 2 to which they have contracts.

He stated before he wanted to expand drilling (and has been quite a bit since December) and have the upstream box ticked off.

seems like a small bump that they are not worried about. He's been through this with Cheniere and being shorted to death..push through and take the lumps.

I bought another 100 shares this morning.

They are breaking ground now.had a bid deal in the paper with the Golden shovels, etc. Crews from LADOTD are surveying to widen roads. Pipeline work is going on. Contacts signed.

Chill out and look at it at Christmas. Merry Christmas.


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TigerDeBaiter
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Member since Dec 2010
9201 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
Wow, that’s pathetic. What a turd this turned into real quick.


thejudge
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Westlake, LA
Member since Sep 2009
11611 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
Good entry point


jimbeam
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Member since Oct 2011
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re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
I don’t see how this doesn’t end up good eventually


BallsEleven
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Member since Mar 2019
4483 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
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I don’t see how this doesn’t end up good eventually


Agreed. A lot of people will sell based on emotion. Wish I had more money to throw at it right now.


Hogwallop
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Member since Jul 2021
168 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
I got 2500 more yesterday to DCA, and 1500 for another swing


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thejudge
USA Fan
Westlake, LA
Member since Sep 2009
11611 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
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I don’t see how this doesn’t end up good eventually


I'd be shocked. We were down that way today going to ride on Holly Beach with the kids. We swung by the area and there is a lot of activity.

I'm in the Industry and part of my work is on gas pipelines into our facility billing wise. There is plenty information going around about it. He has a plan to own all upstream to allow for better price control downstream. Vertical integration approach.

I've crept up to 15k shares across 3 accounts. ROTH, 401k, and my cash account.


CharleyLake
Member since Oct 2006
1043 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
Do you know if any of the natural gas will be available locally or will all of it be exported?

How far is the proposed pipeline route from (west of) Sulphur?

If the acquisition phase has begun for the pipeline, what is Tellurian paying for the easements?

What price are you purchasing the shares? At what price would you deem them overvalued?


bayoubengals88
Wisconsin Fan
LA
Member since Sep 2007
15904 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
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I don’t see how this doesn’t end up good eventually

Exactly. This kind of play is my preference. Buy it when no one else wants it because they're looking for a quick 100 percent.
I'll be stockpiling below $5/share and selling north of 1,000%


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thejudge
USA Fan
Westlake, LA
Member since Sep 2009
11611 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
quote:

Do you know if any of the natural gas will be available locally or will all of it be exported?


Believed to be exported.

quote:

How far is the proposed pipeline route from (west of) Sulphur?


There is a map on tellurians website that can do better than I can here.

quote:

If the acquisition phase has begun for the pipeline, what is Tellurian paying for the easements?


Don't know. Wish it was closer to my.moms property down there by moss lake.

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What price are you purchasing the shares? At what price would you deem them overvalued?

I bought at .98, 2.12, 3.65, 5.15, 3.30, 3.05...I've held for years.

I am pretty surprised it's not $8 now..

12-16 once FID signed and building commences.


CharleyLake
Member since Oct 2006
1043 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
OK, thanks.

I saw a route map that was not detailed but I was told that a land man contacted a friend about his property for an easement. He was not given FERC information as I appreciate it.

My father's uncle had a home on Moss Lake. I think that much of the area east of Moss Lake Lane washed away many years ago. Perhaps the location was around the boat houses.


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tenderfoot tigah
LSU Fan
Red Stick
Member since Sep 2004
7163 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
If TELL drops much more, I'm getting back in. All of my plays have been rolling lately. I hate to sell any of them currently.


bayoubengals88
Wisconsin Fan
LA
Member since Sep 2007
15904 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
Great pub this morning from Motley Fool.

My top August energy stock: Tellurian
quote:

If you're looking for a lower-risk investment, the Tellurian probably shouldn't be your top energy stock to buy, with Brookfield Renewable the better choice. But if you're willing to take on the risk that Tellurian can't raise the money to build Driftwood, an outcome that would probably kill the company, then keep reading.

Here's the core argument: Tellurian's deal with Shell essentially pushes Driftwood across the threshold of economic viability. Barring this agreement (or a similar deal with another buyer) it was unlikely even Charif Souki, Tellurian's co-founder who also founded Cheniere Energy (NYSEMKT:LNG), would be able to talk lenders and investors into providing the billions in capital it will take to get this project off the ground. The calculus has now changed, and I think the risk-reward profile has shifted much farther into investor's favor.

Five years from now, investors who buy Tellurian now could be sitting on an enormous multi-bagger. Just be ready for a volatile ride, and acknowledge that the risks are not insignificant, and could result in very big losses.


Saintsisit
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2013
2397 posts

re: Tellurian: A Potential Hundred Bagger?
That's great, need that after the last few weeks.


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