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Caspian Sunrise Share Chat (CASP)



Share Price: 5.99Bid: 5.70Ask: 6.28Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Caspian Sunrise
Spread: 0.58Spread as %: 10.18%Open: 5.55High: 6.09Low: 5.45Yesterday’s Close: 5.99


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coffeecups
Posts: 5,769
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 22:22
MLQ - Ive heard he's decent like that - probably gives it all to charity ...
 
Belles
Posts: 771
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 22:15
Well anyone selling tomorrow gives me chance to buy a few more, yeah T20 wouldn’t be for me....don’t think there’ll be any deeps on flow by the end of March. A5 blessed with a 140+ metres of problems, so testing months away.
MyLastQuid
Posts: 1,683
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 21:03
Don't worry @coffee.. I'm going to buy some from george-S-A.. He has loads going cheap. #lol
coffeecups
Posts: 5,769
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Price:5.99
T20
Mon 20:38
Joe soap posted about t2os last week...what I would say is anyone with that much faith in carver speak is a braver man than je as id gave closed them today.....tomorrow .orning first thing id imagine the rest would close theirs down....
Richyp123
Posts: 1,693
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 20:31
I’d say casp will be supported by either chevron or Sinopec at some point if they don’t go it alone. Sells tomorrow will be bought up, hopefully the shorters have closed. A5 on flow before months end? International licence anyone?
coffeecups
Posts: 5,769
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Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 20:12
OK how many shares do you want, let me sell some into the rise then i'll buy them back on the dips ??

On a more serious note how is a company whose total cash flow plus forward oil sales is spent on its cut back drilling and repair programme going to buy other assets ? Taking 3AB on for a share dilution by the BOD that has led to the share price reducing further - as you point out, not us no marks with a few million to sell.... so this board who have created the dilution and awarded themselves all of the new shares and overseen the reducing bopd are going to buy others assets - what makes you think this ?

More importantly how many more shares are they going to print to pay for this ? it can't be cash because we haven't got any, MJF licence is overdue and even an 80% increase in oil sales won't leave enough without a confetti printing machine to help out - thats my personal opinion and not financial advice, the appointment of Tim Field only strengthened that opinion.... if 3ab plus mjf plus A5, A6,A7,A8,A9 and A10 flowed why would we need more assets ? be interested to hear any opinions on that scenario..... buying more assets - non starter at the moment without dilution.

I bet the MM's have saved up the 2 x 300k trades at 5.593 and 5.579 to drop in tomorrow just for fun....
Richyp123
Posts: 1,693
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 20:01
No I’ve sent a few emails and had no response. Has anyone had any contact? We must be close now to a deep flowing
adrianz
Posts: 717
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Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 20:00
Richyp123, How did your chat with Clive go? I hope you told him that Kazak & Russian investors have had access to detailed operations for years whilst UK investors were kept in the dark and even lied to (146, A5) with the BS RNSs.

For example they would have know which wells were permitted to flow. They would have also known that A5 and 801 weren't going to flow at all in 2018 as CASP let the 90 day permit (allowed in 2017) to lapse. That's why we had the massive amount of selling from the 2017 highs to where we are today.

They would have also known about the declining MJF rates (calculated from the gas volume) before we were told about it.

Much more information on the Russian web available if you speak the language.

I'm not going to post them here as it will create a panic if interpreted incorrectly.

I wan't CASP to do well, but I feel immensely betrayed that we've been fed lies whilst locals have had access to the correct information.
MyLastQuid
Posts: 1,683
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
Remember
Mon 20:00
We have recently commissioned Gaffney Cline to produce a reserve estimate on our shallow structures and expect the results to be available before the end of the year.

http://www.lse.co.uk/share-regulatory-news.asp?shareprice=CASP&ArticleCode=ee6w3sx1&ArticleHeadline=Interim_Results_for_the_period_ended_30_June_2018
MyLastQuid
Posts: 1,683
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 19:52
No replyfrom big Clive then @Rp123
Richyp123
Posts: 1,693
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 19:32
Buy any drop .... things will start to move very soon. I wonder if they could be looking to buy more assets? Of course that would be paid for from our already producing assets. I hope nobody is shorting casp.you never know....
Richyp123
Posts: 1,693
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 18:38
I’d say people would like to drop the price here! Do you think the major shareholders that own 80% + worry about a few millions shares! I don’t think so... nice rise today. Casp I’m sure will do very well. Hold and add. Games being played here.
coffeecups
Posts: 5,769
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Price:5.99
theres
Mon 17:29
at least 2 x 300k buys missing still....
coffeecups
Posts: 5,769
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Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 16:02
Rhertig, I always had that down as a sale not a presale I was thinking c.o.d production - need to go back and look it up...
rhertig
Posts: 933
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Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 15:55
CC They have been talking about pre-sales to traders for a couple of years it seems like. I think the first time might have been when they changed the loan into equity?
Jacksdad
Posts: 1,648
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 15:24
Local traders know the international licence is due imminently...they'll be happy pre-buying as much oil as they can at local prices before the supply at local prices finishes...cheap way to fund operations IMO
mrcautious
Posts: 3,392
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: RE: RE: sudden rise
Mon 14:57
I think on the Friday afternoon meeting between the MM's - the one where they decide which AIM shares to pump next week CASP must have come out of the hat. Rubbish RNS last week and no known good news now seems logical..
coffeecups
Posts: 5,769
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Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 13:54
Rhertig - strange that they are taking money from the traders and not Kuat ??
fizzydrink
Posts: 1,104
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Price:5.99
RE: RE: RE: sudden rise
Mon 13:16
I have done my top ups, buy on the news, average down, buy in the dips and buy at the silly lows. I bought some last week.
rhertig
Posts: 933
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Local Oil Traders
Mon 13:04
CC anywhere else in the world it would be called debt. In Kazakhstan they have no debt just advances from Oil traders.
coffeecups
Posts: 5,769
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Price:5.99
RE: RE: RE: sudden rise
Mon 13:03
Fizzy - then you should be buying today no ???
rhertig
Posts: 933
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: Patience
Mon 13:02
We call the three deep wells Curly, Joe and Moe after the three stooges. Not sure what to call the new deep. Hopefully there is no ridicules comedy involved with this well.
fizzydrink
Posts: 1,104
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: RE: RE: sudden rise
Mon 12:57
Oh no, sorry about the mrs. I will certainly take a look. Thank you for the tip.

CC - i disagree. I think there is more to today than you beding shares
Ezhik
Posts: 3,718
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: RE: sudden rise
Mon 12:47
Ahh, now that would be a problem. !.

I was suggesting ( dare I mention another stock on here) that you have a look at Zen. They have Fekked up over the past year or so, have done jack ships on the ground, confidence lost, credibility lost. SP depressed as a result of all of the above. In the last week sentiment is starting to change, they are about to set up their own rig on a well deepening venture, there have been some very large buys recently. Price will no doubt increase from current level. I have no comment about their technical ability or whether there will be a huge, average or poor result from the exercise but the start of rig construction will be a bit of a milestone after a very long wait and will no doubt give an SP boost. So too the run up and start of the drill work. After that I dunno, but of course, Do your own research, make your checks and measures etc. looking for about 5p from 3p currently. That's it really, apart from the fact I got a bo**ocking from my mrs spending time on here on Saturday sending a message to a stranger when we should have been going shopping, and after all, you couldn't receive it. lol.
Belles
Posts: 771
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.99
RE: RE: sudden rise
Mon 12:46
Yeah, interesting morning here at snoozey Casp, I wonder why? Been adding a few more whilst the sp remains under 6p, roll on August l can’t see anything happening beforehand?




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