Wednesday’s Mid Day Daily Double List: RNSFF, AMAZ, ZNOG, FTXP

 Here are the OTC oil stocks which are up big in mid-day trading. Keep an eye on these stocks:-

Renaissance Oil Corp. (OTCMKTS:RNSFF) Jumps 65% in a Month

RNSFF is the notable gainer in oil & gas sector and now up by 7.50% to $0.50. The stock has traded with more than 607K shares traded for the session, compared to its 30-day average volume of 1.81 million shares. WOGI stock has been gaining momentum over the past month with a jump of 66% in the past month.

Amazing Energy Oil and Gas, Co. (OTCMKTS:AMAZ) Stock Jumps In Mid-Day Trading

AMAZ stock is seeing mild buying pressure by the mid-day session on Wednesday. As of 11:27, AMAZ stock is up by 8% to $0.0088. So far, more than 5.54 million shares traded for the session, compared its 30-day average volume of 1.61 million shares. The stock opened at $0.0083 and moved within a range of $0.0074 – 0.0090. Over the past 52-week, the stock has moved within a range of $0.0040 – 0.0247.

Zion Oil & Gas, Inc. (OTCMKTS:ZNOG) Jumps On Unusual Volume

ZNOG continues to gain momentum and is another active double-digit gainer in today’s trading session. The stock has increased by 20% to trade at $0.51. Total volume was 2.03 million shares, compared to its daily average volume of 1.33 shares. After opening at $0.4397, the stock has been moving in a range of $0.4203 – 0.5180 for the session. The stock has been in solid uptrend over the past week with a jump of 72%.

Foothills Exploration, Inc. (OTCMKTS:FTXP) Surges 53% On Big News

FTXP is witnessing serious buying interest on Wednesday as the stock has jumped 53% to $0.0029 after the company announced that it has been granted access to the OTC Disclosure & News Service. This marks an important step for the Company towards becoming current on the OTC Pink Sheets and ultimately management’s intended upgrade back to the OTCQB.  By mid-day, the stock has traded 1.83 billion shares – well above its average volume of 190 million shares.

Another oil stock looks interesting is Allied Energy Corporation (OTCMKTS:AGYP). The company has put out some more tweets updating their progress on their Green Lease.  Progress is being made. The site has been cleared for the flow lines, 2 injection wells are set and the battery of collection tanks are ready for oil to flow.

AGYP’s Green lease is situated on the Bend Arch between the Midland Basin, and the Dallas-Fort Worth Basin. The area has a long history of oil and gas operations due to world class hydrocarbon sourcing from the Barnett shale and multiple stacked reservoirs in the Canyon Group, Strawn Group, Caddo Formation, Palo Pinto Formation, Marble Falls Group and Mississippi Limestone. These reservoirs can be accessed through both vertical and horizontal drilling and respond well to modern completion techniques.

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