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Brockster
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RE: Whats
Today 20:42
Not to just reimburse but also to compensate as time and money could have been spent on other projects which could have already been producing the fruits of labour
 
Brockster
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RE: Whats
Today 20:39
Well time will tell , and in that case to court for which I believe we have a strong case as if they were going to reject the permits then taking this many years to do so and wasting the companies time and finances is absolutely disgusting and must be held accountable.
New_2_LSE2018
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RE: Whats
Today 20:24
I disagree the old ARSO head was only appointed in February as well this year, the replacement has been with ARSO since 2013 ish, all the pieces start to fall together. The poor lad was forced out for actually trying to resolve the mess of the last five years Permit debacle that should have took less than 12 months at the most, and replaced by..... the dude that’s been there throughout. You can’t write this shite.....
Brockster
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Whats
Today 20:21
Interesting is the resignation of the director of Arso due to the review. It makes me wonder if the director of Arso was in some way responsible for all the delays in the permit through non legitimate ways and has had to resign as such, and if so then could our long delays and worries soon be over as a result? Aimo
New_2_LSE2018
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RE: Amendments
Today 19:48
That’s where CH sadly falls down, has never been transparent on this, I just hope for all our sakes he hasn’t been telling any porkies in the permit application, as am sure the minister of evil is looking for any excuse to throw a spanner in the works... imho
Brockster
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Amendments
Today 19:25
What I would like to know is a list of what amendments were asked for each time and why in as much detail as possible, that would help reassure where the problems lie. 1 lot of amendments are acceptable but after that the amendments should have passed what was requested and if not then why not?
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Permits
Today 18:44
Will come or they won’t. We are coming to the end of knowing and should know what’s going to happen by the end of January. What we know - 1. Funds are getting low so if permits don’t come then a placing of some sort upto 340m shares will be issued. If the permits come then we have more options. Also if permits don’t come by end of January then legal action should come
2. Messaging officials is not going to help, don’t poke the bear so to speak. Let’s get the permits and carry on with the project and make some cash. Pi£sing people off isn’t going to help with the current permits or the others we plan on applying for, yes the amount of time taking for these permits is a massive fu£k off, it should never of taken this long and this should put people off investing in Slovenia- you reap what you sow .
3. The bod has kept us going this far and I believe they will carry on doing so, whether they have done all they could is for each to decide on there own. I believe that they have done what they think is best.
I will be waiting till end of January and if nothing has happened then serious questions need to be asked and the situation to be solved- how I don’t know but I’m sure some people on here will, all of this is in my opinion and I wish all holders here the best over the holidays and new year Good luck yall
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RE: Gregor Kos Facebook
Today 16:12
That’s the issue, should just be on facts and use the experts, the ministers aren’t above the law and can’t be seen to just run their own agenda regardless of what the experts and the law says, I honestly can’t see how Minister Jure Leben will get away with it, but stranger things have happened. Hopefully some developments next week and not radio silence into the new year.....
WHYAST1605
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RE: Gregor Kos Facebook
Today 16:04
LSE 2 between EM and IM, one anti, one pro gas extraction to meet Slovenias CO2 emission levels and European energy independence targets.
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RE: Gregor Kos Facebook
Today 15:15
The old ARSO head was only appointed in February as well this year, the replacement has been with ARSO since 2013 ish, all the pieces start to fall together. The poor lad was forced out for actually trying to resolve the mess of the last five years Permit debacle that should have took less than 12 months at the most, and replaced by..... the dude that’s been there throughout. You can’t write this shite.....
New_2_LSE2018
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RE: Gregor Kos Facebook
Today 14:54
The new ARSO Director is Gregor Sluga...??? I don’t mean him....
New_2_LSE2018
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RE: Gregor Kos Facebook
Today 14:43
Am I missing something, when you say Gregor Kos finds himself in? What position exactly??
WHYAST1605
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RE: Gregor Kos Facebook
Today 14:32
LSE 2...I think the eord coalition should read co-operation, just makes more sense grammatically and relates to the position Kos finds himself in.
New_2_LSE2018
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RE: What Slovenia Could Lose
Today 13:47
Stockdale I respect your views and although I would also wish to think CH has what you would suggest s master plan, but sadly past performance I can’t see that, even though I so want it to be true. The only glimpse of hope I can see is that our JV partners (who are majority government owned I believe anyways) are stepping up the pressure and making noises which they weren’t doing before. Most important is to just get an answer currently on where we are full stop on the permits, right now no one is telling us, so in limbo is the worse place hence the market has reacted accordingly.... imho
duster567
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Re. What Slovenia could loose
Today 13:45
Now now New_2_LSE 2018 everyone knows well by now that above all else salaries must absolutely be paid to our take all ££££££ out and put nothing at all back iin BOD. And that startagey has worked out extremely wel ( ££££££ )l for our 2 captains of industry. Will folk ever ever ever wise up....???? Don't think so........
stockdale
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RE: What Slovenia Could Lose
Today 13:32
New_2 there are other courses. But I'm not going to repeat myself as I've already stated some. I prefer to leave things to the experts. I just like to know how our expert (Colin) is getting on. I can only surmise he is not able to tell us currently because to do so would reveal his hand, despite the shouting of some on here and Twitter.
New_2_LSE2018
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RE: What Slovenia Could Lose
Today 13:04
Stockdale your points are valid, but at the end of this if there is no other course but legal action, would rather that than keep on paying salaries for no progress, imho.
stockdale
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RE: What Slovenia Could Lose
Today 12:17
Sorry New_2 you show such naivety. It costs money to go to court. We don't have money to spare. It costs politically as well for AST as they are showing aggression towards Slovenia. If (and it's a big if) AST won their case Slovenia could find many ways of ignoring the result. For example, and it could be a reason why AST would not win a case, the court could view it as a matter for government ministers as a government issue and not for the court.

Afterwards even if we were to succeed in a court case I don't believe other countries would stop accessing Slovenia. We still do business with Russia despite the incidents at Salisbury some months ago. Such things don't stop interaction between counties, unfortunately.
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RE: What Slovenia Could Lose
Today 11:52
And to be ignored would send an even better message, splash it everywhere and ensure no one ever invests in Slovenia again just as the government is trying to attract more investment, in a country where they can’t even follow their own rules, that’s how you make them see sense. Imho.
stockdale
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RE: What Slovenia Could Lose
Today 11:46
New_2 there are numerous cases of governments in Europe ignoring court findings against them. The ECJ has many cases where they found against a country and the country has ignored the findings. Many do so by just 'brushing them under the carpet' as you say. They ignore them. We need a strategy that has a chance of success. Having an influential minister within the Slovene government looking to get things sorted out, after the article I linked to in an earlier post at the start of this thread shows what they could lose, is a way forward. That could be far more effective than being more aggressive with legal action which may or may not succeed and, even if it were to succeed, may be ignored.
New_2_LSE2018
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RE: What Slovenia Could Lose
Today 11:24
Stockdale
“Naive to think we can get compensation. Even if any court, Slovene or EU, found in our favour the Slovene government may well refuse to pay out, as often occurs when government's are found against by courts. So that's a very risky route to follow.”
I think what would more happen is that they brush it under the carpet, I can’t see how any government can ignore the law, otherwise they set the precedence for exactly what we were discussing, just enter the wells and extract as much gas as possible before they then take it to court and fine, then refuse to pay, of course the company wouldn’t do this same way as you would hope the government wouldnt ignore law....
New_2_LSE2018
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RE: Gregor Kos Facebook
Today 11:18
I mean on twitter that’s all I asked...
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RE: Gregor Kos Facebook
Today 11:18
I didn’t actually say anything about his Facebook, j literally only said that when he had put lack of coalition and tagged the prime minister, whether the prime minister should actually be questioning why permit process that should take 6-12 months at the most is now in its 5th year, nothing wrong with a question that states the fact???? Imho,
WHYAST1605
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Gregor Kos Facebook
Today 11:02
https://www.facebook.com/100007630441211/posts/2177075985890062/

The translation posted by LSE2 is quite different to tgat shown by google trandlate.

Gregor Kos is caught between the ill- informed but well intentioned Jure Leben and the technically astute andceconomically minded infrastructure minister, Kos is caught inbthe middle and is asking for the prime minister to intervene...I say about bally time!
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RE: Minister Jure Leben and Gregor Kos
Today 10:50
Gregor Kos is obviously situated in the middle of a disagreement between two ministers. He is calling for the deremined intervention of the prime minister to deal with the differences so he he is able to progress in his duties in telation to issuing permits.




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