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Bonavista Energy Corp (BNP.TO)

BNP.TO on Toronto Stock Exchange

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Bonavista Energy Corp - QTRLY Loss Per Share $0.15
Thursday, 2 May 2019 

Bonavista Energy Corp ::BONAVISTA ENERGY CORPORATION ANNOUNCES 2019 FIRST QUARTER RESULTS.BONAVISTA ENERGY CORP - QTRLY SUSTAINED PRODUCTION AT 66,937 BOE PER DAY.BONAVISTA ENERGY CORP - QTRLY LOSS PER SHARE $0.15.BONAVISTA ENERGY CORP - 2019 GUIDANCE REMAINS CONSISTENT WITH CO'S MESSAGE IN FEBRUARY..  Full Article

Bonavista Energy Reports Qtrly Earnings Per Share $0.30
Thursday, 14 Feb 2019 

Feb 14 (Reuters) - Bonavista Energy Corp ::BONAVISTA ANNOUNCES 2018 FOURTH QUARTER AND YEAR END RESULTS AND 2019 CAPITAL PLAN.BONAVISTA ENERGY - PRODUCTION VOLUMES FOR QUARTER AVERAGED 68,011 BOE PER DAY VERSUS PREVIOUS QUARTER 68,036 BOE PER DAY.QTRLY EARNINGS PER SHARE $0.30.BONAVISTA ENERGY -2019 CAPITAL PROGRAM FORECASTED TO RANGE BETWEEN $130 AND $170 MILLION.BONAVISTA ENERGY - PREDICTABLE ASSET BASE AND RELIABLE CAPITAL PROGRAM ALLOWS US TO MAINTAIN EXIT PRODUCTION YEAR-OVER-YEAR BETWEEN 67,000 AND 69,000 BOE PER DAY FOR 2019.EXPECT ANNUAL PRODUCTION TO BE BETWEEN 65,000 AND 69,000 BOE PER DAY FOR 2019.2019 GUIDANCE PLAN IS DESIGNED TO GENERATE APPROXIMATELY $170 MILLION TO $200 MILLION OF ADJUSTED FUNDS FLOW.  Full Article

Bonavista Energy Corporation posts Q3 qtrly FFO $0.27/shr
Thursday, 2 Nov 2017 

Nov 2 (Reuters) - Bonavista Energy Corp :Bonavista Energy Corporation announces 2017 third quarter results.Bonavista Energy Corp - qtrly FFO per share $0.27‍​.Bonavista Energy Corp qtrly ‍production averaged 71,191 boe per day representing an 11 pct increase over same period last year​.Bonavista Energy Corp - qtrly production revenues $121.9 million versus $108.2 mln‍​.  Full Article

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Bankrupt oil firms must clean up inactive wells: Canada court

OTTAWA/WINNIPEG Canada’s Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that bankrupt oil companies must clean up inactive wells, overturning lower court decisions that prioritized paying creditors and potentially raising the risks of investment in the industry.