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Frontera Resources Share Chat (FRR)



Share Price: 0.38Bid: 0.38Ask: 0.39Change: -0.005 (-1.30%)Faller - Frontera Res
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 2.63%Open: 0.405High: 0.38Low: 0.38Yesterday’s Close: 0.385


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ZyDer
Posts: 1,009
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 22:58
Damn ... nuf said
 
bedex
Posts: 2,116
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 22:07
FRRaught! Damn
bedex
Posts: 2,116
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 22:02
Bit of a FRRought bb again today I see . Cheer up folks somethings gotta happen soon.

Bladey, put that machete away. Haha
dougal66
Posts: 20,915
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 22:01
Oil is the slow burner revenue generator
Gas is the long term moneyshot
Mickthegambler
Posts: 2,302
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 21:57
Whats your take on the gas side? As your keen for them to monetise the oil to be create the income they are desperately in need of
dougal66
Posts: 20,915
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 21:55
Quite alot happening over the next 4 months or so, Mick
Mickthegambler
Posts: 2,302
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 21:46
Are you in yet dougal isnt the sp low enough yet for you?
dougal66
Posts: 20,915
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 21:31
Bladey

AIM is a casino and totally unregulated/weak, despite what some might say.
The Function of AIM is to provide finance. The purpose of AIM is to serve the BoD

There is light at the end of this murky tunnel
Bladey
Posts: 1,917
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 21:18
Yeah this movie will end in me getting my revenge on Zaza.... theres no police in the middle of F**king nowhere...
Sdyas
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: The Game
Today 21:10
Thanks very much , apple and offtheball , i little helps and appreciate , as i say no harm meant , just concerned 1 i will hang on , not listen to KOE as AV8 said , very best wishes and good luck to us all
Flakey5185
Posts: 511
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
I’ll get the hang of this
Today 21:06
The blackouts and permanent power cuts of the 1990-s are long gone and we have easily forgotten them. Moreover, Georgia nowadays even exports some electric power while we, ordinary consumers, are unaware that Georgia’s energy system is facing major power shortage and is in urgent need of new sources of electrical generation. Otherwise, it seems highly likely that we will have to fall back to the dark 1990s.

This accounts for construction of Nenskra hydropower plant going on in Svaneti.

Current sources of power generation

To better understand the situation, let us look into Georgia’s electric system. Let us start with the current sources of power generation.

Luckily Georgia has huge hydropower potential of which only 20% now is used to compare with 80% in Austria and 90% in Switzerland.

Despite the use of only 20% of hydropower resources, most power in Georgia is produced from power plants (80%), heat power plants (19%), and Kartli wind power plant (about 1%). Energy sources that are needed for heat power plants are not extracted in Georgia. We import them.

The electric power generated from power plants is connected into the power grid and supplied through high voltage power lines to distribution substations whereof it is distributed among consumers.

Why is Georgia facing energy shortage?

From the energy point of view, Georgia is heavily dependent (about 75%) on imported energy sources. We also experience severe electric power shortage.

For power grid stability it is necessary that supply and consumption of electricity should be equal. Otherwise, the quality of electric power deteriorates and an emergency occurs through the power grid.

However, since power generation and consumption are separate processes, the volume of power generated by power facilities and the demanded volume don’t always equal; often, consumer’s demand substantially exceeds the volume of power that can be generated at a specific moment.

At times like this, electric power deficit is developing which should be alleviated so that the power grid can smoothly function.

The seasonality of electric power supply-consumption

Electric power supply and consumption in Georgia is characterized by seasonality: in winter, energy consumption is higher compared to summer. The opposite is true for supply of electricity.

In particular, surplus water that is available in summer allows the country to fully meet the demand for electricity and export the remaining power. However, in autumn and winter, when hydro and heat production capacity is not enough to meet the demand, it is necessary to import electricity.

In 2017 the import rate reached record-high: its share in total energy consumption amounted to nearly 13%.

The sources to make up for the shortage

Importing power from Russia, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Turkey has been the accepted method to address power shortage in Georgia. This, however, means dependence on the neighboring st
Sdyas
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: The Game
Today 21:04
I am sorry , i did not mean any harm , at all , I was not looking for sympathy , I did not expect a return like that , I have an opinion thats all , I know there are investors here been here a long time , I have concerns like anybody else , I won't post again , best of luck all ..
offtheball
Posts: 279
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: The Game
Today 20:58
The best investment advice I can offer you is do not listen to koe. Take care.

For that matter, Don't take anyone's advice. Do what you feel is best. It looks like you have started your exit plan so I wish you the best of luck Sdyas.
applegarth
Posts: 12,643
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: The Game
Today 20:57
Sdya,i agree, we can only wait. I'm sure the flows will be good when they really have tested all wells.
dougal66
Posts: 20,915
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: The Game
Today 20:57
Sdyas
Folk have been here 10+years ............and through all the pain. Some may say the pain is not over yet. But there is a flicker of light at the end of this long dark tunnel
Sdyas
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: The Game
Today 20:49
I am looking for sympathy , nobody held a gun to my head , I have grown up thanks very much , I wish you luck
Flakey5185
Posts: 511
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Wish
Today 20:48
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Electric power is a product without which life would be unthinkable: some amount of electric power is needed for any critical, research or entertainment infrastructure, manufacturing facilities, medical equipment, public transportation, home appliances…

The blackouts and permanent power cuts of the 1990-s are long gone and we have easily forgotten them. Moreover, Georgia nowadays even exports some electric power while we, ordinary consumers, are unaware that Georgia’s energy system is facing major power shortage and is in urgent need of new sources of electrical generation. Otherwise, it seems highly likely that we will have to fall back to the dark 1990s.

This accounts for construction of Nenskra hydropower plant going on in Svaneti.

Current sources of power generation

To better understand the situation, let us look into Georgia’s electric system. Let us start with the current sources of power generation.

Luckily Georgia has huge hydropower potential of which only 20% now is used to compare with 80% in Austria and 90% in Switzerland.

Despite the use of only 20% of hydropower resources, most power in Georgia is produced from power plants (80%), heat power plants (19%), and Kartli wind power plant (about 1%). Energy sources that are needed for heat power plants are not extracted in Georgia. We import them.

The electric power generated from power plants is connected into the power grid and supplied through high voltage power lines to distribution substations whereof it is distributed among consumers.

Why is Georgia facing energy shortage?

From the energy point of view, Georgia is heavily dependent (about 75%) on imported energy sources. We also experience severe electric power shortage.

For power grid stability it is necessary that supply and consumption of electricity should be equal. Otherwise, the quality of electric power deteriorates and an emergency occurs through the power grid.

However, since power generation and consumption are separate processes, the volume of power generated by power facilities and the demanded volume don’t always equal; often, consumer’s demand substantially exceeds the volume of power that can be generated at a specific moment.

At times like this, electric power deficit is developing which should be alleviated so that the power grid can smoothly function.

The seasonality of electric power supply-consumption

Elec
Avi8r
Posts: 47
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: The Game
Today 20:42
If thats your attitude to investing then you shouldnt be investing at all, let alone the AIM. You would be better off putting your money in a savings account with a reputable bank.

As for listening to the likes of king of england, when all he is king of is spin and nonsense, then allowing yourself to be taken in by the diatribe he spouts then you only have yourself to blame. Perhaps your time would be better spent undertaking some proper research into where you are investing your money rather than bleating on here looking for sympathy.

You wont get any sympathy here. You made the investment, no-one twisted your arm or held a gun against your head, so grow up and accept you have the power to control your own decisions.
Sdyas
Posts: 24
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
The Game
Today 20:26
Been here almost 2.5 years , lost 5k on another share , No names , but the Big man there was the big Z , people there are still suffering , if i had stayed there , i would be down to almost nothing , but my first go at this investing lark , I know there are people out there, thinking 5k is nothing , but it is massive to me , I have been to the meeting in London with Zaza and Justin , I have no Doubt Justin is a great Engineer , he could still add this to is CV , because its difficult , very , however , the big Z , Zaza , sells it to us , ( although not an Engineer , doctor , Farmer . Nurse , the list of respectable jobs is endless ) , Justin does not sell it , Zaza does , but I feel he is selling Whiskey to the Indians ( sorry Indians I may have family connections ) , I de Risked today , if no RNS tomoro i will again , this is my Patience , I really just cannot see my money dropping away like this , I am not trying to de ramp , I am very worried , lack of Comms has really upset me , the gas , well , King of England maybe right , but to me its beyond a Joke and feel they are taking the absolute Pee , sorry Folks , The Oil , really aint great , there are some really good genuine people here , I have told you this from , my feelings , No RNS tomoro , well , I can't wait for the 10pence party , Be well all and I mean the best of luck .. Is it all a ploy to pay off their Debts , I really don't Know
mapp
Posts: 585
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
MDZ and GGP
Today 20:21
caught my eye. Both look good.
Flakey5185
Posts: 511
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
Wish
Today 18:48
The mrs would do the same as this fecking share, at least I’d be smiling while loosing Lol
Ripcat
Posts: 301
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: What’s all this
Today 18:20
good cos the other info is worse. lol must be a f"ck up.
Nolosstillsell
Posts: 5,340
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: What’s all this
Today 18:17
My L2 platform does not show any additional shares.

Talk about people being spooked of their own shadow. Lol
Bomber64
Posts: 3,807
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.38
Wish
Today 18:15
I had some more money to invest :(
Timster
Posts: 2,817
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.38
RE: Hard hats on
Today 18:14
Is it all a con? It'd make a great film




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