Arrow Energy (AOE)

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Arrow Energy (AOE) is a leading producer and explorer of coal seam gas, with a current market capitalisation of over AUS$2 billion. AOE is also seeking further gas exploration opportunities in Australia and Asia. The Company has resources in south and central Queensland and northern New South Wales. Arrow Energy is solely focused on the business of coal seam methane gas. AOE listed on the ASX on 17th of August, 2000. It formed a merger with CH4 Gas Limited (CH4) on May 2006.

Arrow Energy Dividends

24 August, 2010 - 19:32

Study the historical dividends for ARROW ENERGY LIMITED. Dividends are a portion of company profits paid out to shareholders. You are eligible to receive AOE dividends if you own the company's stock on the ex-dividend date. Investor's must have purchased the stock before the ex dividend date to be entitled to the dividend. The previous owner of the shares will receive the AOE dividend if you buy the stocks on or after the ex dividend date. The Pay Date or the Date Payable is the day when the dividend is paid to shareholders.

Arrow Acquisition by PetroChina and Shell

Shareholders of Australian company, Arrow Energy (AOE), a supplier of coal seam gas to eastern Australia and Asia, have approved a $3.5 billion acquisition by Royal Dutch Shell and PetroChina, permitting China to extract Australia's coal seam gas. The proposal was put forward by CS CSG (Australia) Pty Ltd, a 50/50 joint venture company owned by Shell Energy and PetroChina. In March, Shell and PetroChina agreed to buy Arrow's Australian business for $4.70 a share in cash.

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Deloitte Backs Arrow Energy Takeover Bid

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu termed the PetroChina and Royal Dutch Shell $3.5 billion worth of Arrow Energy (AOE), bid as a fair one since it was about $17 percent higher than the value of the Arrow shares. PetroChina and Shell took the decision in March to buy the Australian operations of Arrow Energy for as much as $4.70 per share which is to be paid in cash. According to Deloitte, the Australian operations of the company worth within the range of $4.00 and $4.40 per share.

Arrow Energy Potential Gas Find

Arrow Energy (AOE) and Apollo Gas (AZO) have found a new potential gas resource in Newcastle, New South Wales. The resource is help in a partnership between the two companies.

The Worst Performing Companies of this Week

Energy Resources of Australia (ERA), one of the primary producers of Uranium of the world was the worst performer of the ASX100 list for the 12th week of 2010. The company lost 5.9 percent or $1.20 to its stock price and was closed for the week at $18.90.

Arrow Energy to Accept Improved Shell-PetroChina Takeover Bid

Arrow Energy (AOE) is set to accept the takeover offer of Shell and PetroChina after it managed to convince the bidders to raise their offer by several hundred million dollars. Arrow is expected to make an announcement today regarding selling their Australian assets for more than $3 billion to the foreign companies. It is to be mentioned that this is the second Queensland based coal-seam gas frontier that is going to be acquired by overseas companies.

The Winning Companies of the 10th Week

Arrow Energy (AOE), one of the renowned coal seam gas producer and explorer of Australia with a current market capitalisation of over AUS$2 billion with resources in south and central Queensland and northern New South Wales was at the number winning company of the 10th week in ASX100 with a gain of 49.4 percent or $1.72 to its stock price closing the week at $5.20 (market capitalisation $3808.4 million).

Arrow Energy Takeover Bid

Arrow Energy (AOE) shares jumped $1.63 (47%), closing yesterday's trade at $5.11. The share price jump can be attributed to the joint bid by Royal Dutch Shell and PetroChina for AOE in a deal worth at least $3.3 billion as the companies seek to expand their presence in the coal seam gas sector. The conditional bid would give shareholders $4.45 cash per share plus a share in a newentity comprised of Arrow's international business.

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