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Share Price: 19.375Bid: 19.00Ask: 19.75Change: -0.625 (-3.13%)Faller - Falcon Oil
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 3.95%Open: 20.00High: 20.00Low: 19.25Yesterday’s Close: 20.00


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dprussky
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Boring day article
Today 12:20
This is article from Chinese publication.
https://m.yeeyi.com/mobile/index.php?app=article&act=newscontent&aid=221660

Translation relevant to us

In February 2017, Origin Energy of Australia announced that with its partner Falcon Oil & Gas, a super shale gas field was discovered in the Bealeloo Basin in northern Australia. Its geological reserves amounted to 14 trillion cubic meters, or about 82.0 billion cubic meters. Barrel oil equivalent (11 billion tons). In terms of oil equivalent, this reserve is equivalent to 1.8 times the proven oil reserves of Daqing Oilfield in 58 years. Gas fields like this are not uncommon in Australia. It can be said that Australian nationals are almost “swimming in the natural gas ocean”.
 
WetWater
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RE: SA Update
Sun 15:58
Julius Malema, a radical South African political leader who has been dubbed “the Hitler of South Africa,” said this week that he has not called for the genocide of white people — “at least for now.”

What did he say?
During a recent interview with TRT World, Malema said he could not predict what would happen in the future. He said the growing inequality between white and black people in South Africa is not sustainable.

“I’m saying to you, we’ve not called for the killing of white people, at least for now. I can’t guarantee the future,” he said, according to HuffPost.

“I can’t give you a guarantee of the future. Especially when things are going the way they are,” he reiterated.

For those who believe his comments are a call for genocide, Malema said: “Cry babies, cry babies!”

“If things are going the way they are, there will be a revolution in this country. I can tell you now. There will be an unled revolution in this country, and an unled revolution is the highest form of anarchy,” Malema added.

Who is Malema?
The young, charismatic South African is a Member of Parliament in South Africa’s National Assembly and leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, a far-left political party known for stoking racial tensions.

Malema is also known for being at the forefront of a racial movement in South Africa that seeks to take land from white property owners and redistribute it to black people without compensating the legal land owners.
schlemiel
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SEAAOC - 2018 AGENDA
Sun 08:20
https://www.ntresourcesweek.com.au/seaaoc/agenda/

NT Resources Week -
5 - 6 September 2018, Darwin Convention Centre

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Lot's of juicy presentations about Beetaloo etc - the momentum is SLOWLY building - my advice for what it is worth is too SLOWLY build a position here, bits&bobs additions..this is what I'm doing anyway...
WetWater
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RE: Does anyone know what the
Sat 21:44
I don’t believe the new regulations are finalized. Didn’t Gunner express that he wanted them complete by the end of June or a July? I’m thinking Origin will give us some type of drilling schedule update in the next couple of months after the new regs are officially issued/released. I would look for drilling to start back up in later April or May next dry season. Origin is building out infrastructure (pads/roads, etc.) this dry season so all is not lost as there is progress being made.
bigones
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RE: China demand for LNG
Sat 05:33
It is not up to China ! I won't sell you anything but surplus ! Oz will not deny citizens gas , they will have to buy from Quatar US , anyone who can and has a large surplus. China will get what we don't need .
NorthernMagic
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Does anyone know what the
Fri 22:02
schedule is for Origin to apply for and obtain permits re the drilling of Beetaloo? Are we talking early next year before drilling might start or possibly some time this year? It would seem odd now the moratorium has been lifted that the authorities would not want to move things forward with regulations in place, so that companies can start to plan for drilling.
Atb,
Northern
dprussky
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RE: SA Update
Fri 21:48
I reviewed the charter all 20 pages of actual content and our only hope oil & gas is playing by the different rules otherwise this is not workable.
dprussky
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RE: SA Update
Fri 20:13
Haha and it has "Confidential" and "Secret and strictly confidential" all over it.
dprussky
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RE: SA Update
Fri 20:08
dprussky
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SA Update
Fri 19:44
Mantashe to publish draft charter for public comment, Personally I am very skeptical that anything good will happen there.

http://www.miningweekly.com/article/mantashe-to-publish-draft-charter-for-public-comment-2018-06-15




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