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Share Price: 39.75Bid: 39.00Ask: 43.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Quadrise
Spread: 4.00Spread as %: 10.26%Open: 0.00High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 39.75


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adoubleuk
Posts: 755
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:40.00
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RE: Oil is running out
Mon 16:38
PH,
"Anyone know of a company that can stretch our natural resources a little further?"
I can think of one!
However, that 'oil resources are running out' article is the usual bull***t. What's actually happening is that people like Shell and Statoil have become so top-heavy that investors are becoming extremely wary of them being 'blue-chip', and are putting their money elsewhere. Reduce capital expenditure for exploration projects in order to keep to contractual requirements regarding staffing (45% of whom are unnecessary for requirements) or take a big hit by laying off those desk-pushers and gaining some really bad PR. Don't worry, there's oil and gas to see out the days of anyone writing on a BB like this today, and also those of their offspring. Unless politics, wars, or global economic concerns interfere with things (as they tend to do), at which point it's anyone's guess.

Climate change exists, as well. But it's not due to our puny human existence on this big planet.
 
GP68
Posts: 97
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:40.00
Share Price
Mon 15:01
This has been brewing for while now. How long will we have to put up with this manipulating cheating load of MM's? I know the greater majority of us are in for the end game in lets say 2-3 yearstime. BUT it appears to me that any trade of approx 25,000 shares or more is deliberately delayed for an hour or more and yes I suppose you can set this joke of a system called SETS to do that. This morning trading nicely around 40.5-41 when suddenly the quote gets widened on the bid and incoming sellers get ripped off and a new lower level is set.

I have traded/dealt/invested in about 15 different AIMstocks over the last 3 years and consistently this lot are the worst manipulaters of the lot, by a very long way. I used to be a MM but left theSE before AIM started. I am appalled at what the SE allow these 'highwaymen' to get away with. I do not give a flying f**k if I am banned for this post...it will only prove I am right.

My first investment in QFI was in March 2012 and I am happily holding not vast amounts but at a very healthy average.Well done the BOD you are doing a fantastic job. Apologies everyone on what is a great BB plus of course all the amazing professional posts on the Forum.
Diabolical
Posts: 26
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:39.75
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RE: Oil is running out
Mon 10:46
I remember in the 70's getting vouchers for when petrol rationing was coming into force; it never happened!
Then the oil was going to run out by the 90's; it never happened!
I work in the Oil & Gas industry and there's more oil and gas now than there's ever been. I'm currently working in field a field in the middle East that was discoverd in in 1957 and is currently producing 1.5 million barrels a day! The aim is to be producing 4.5 million barrels a day by 2020.
Never believe what the doom mongering environmentalists say. Remember "Global warming"? It stopped warming and so it became "Climate change"! They're all scrabbling about at the moment trying to explain why "Global warming " stopped 15 years ago! "It's only temporary, temperatures are still going to rise" is the current cry from these people, who've made a lot of money and created a lot of mischief out of global warming, climate change, or whatever they're going to call it next!
ArgyllEagle
Posts: 770
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:40.50
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RE: Oil is running out
Sat 11:15
Ph

Not anytime soon. Oil and gas are going to be around for a few more decades yet - will just get more expensive.
bagsy62
Posts: 30
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:40.50
Worthington's
Sat 10:36
Is that best or mild ?
thompson123
Posts: 51
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:40.50
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RE: Oil is running out
Sat 10:34
Yes and you are adding it to the dregs at the end of the refining process.
PreparationH
Posts: 467
Research
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:40.50
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Oil is running out
Sat 09:36
http://www.gulf-times.com/eco.-bus.%20news/256/details/406034/dearth-of-new-oil-finds-threatening-long-term-supplies-and-price

Anyone know of a company that can stretch our natural resources a little further? Imagine if you could just add water! ;-)
Sammagmil
Posts: 177
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:40.50
Like to think
Fri 16:39
we are the next Worthingtons ,fingers and toes crossed xxxxx :)))))
GohillsBoots
Posts: 74
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:39.50
News on South America next week ??
Fri 12:06
From the last update RNS on 3rd July:

South America

· MOU with Ecopetrol extended to 31 August 2014 to allow completion of the logistics and marketing aspects of the Joint Feasibility Review
· Laboratory analysis of Ecopetrol refinery residue underway to confirm suitability for MSAR® manufacture - completion expected mid Q3 2014

The MOU expires on Monday and mid Q3 2014 was a few weeks ago, so we must be due an update soon.
PreparationH
Posts: 467
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:40.00
2M
Fri 09:17
I reckon Maersk will want to get this through before shocking the competition with the news on MSAR2!

http://www.joc.com/regulation-policy/transportation-regulations/us-transportation-regulations/maersk-msc-file-2m-plan-fmc-review-begins_20140828.html



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