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Share Price: 11.25Bid: 11.00Ask: 11.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Quadrise
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 4.55%Open: 11.00High: 11.25Low: 11.00Yesterday’s Close: 11.25


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boyporche
Posts: 963
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:11.25
PreparationH
Wed 09:12
That was a good find - very interesting- thanks for your comments DPExplorer and Noosking - appreciated. we will all get there in the end I believe, regards, Boyporche
 
PreparationH
Posts: 1,110
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
Away from Facebook
Wed 07:02
Great find on Monday by Brian on the Forum..

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DDL1
Posts: 280
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
Old times the best
Tue 23:03
adoubleuk. Nice to see u are still in this world. How is the trucking going. Like to play poker with u some time! Take care in your French abode have a vino on me. Richard.
DDL1
Posts: 280
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
RE: DPE
Tue 22:11
Hi DPE. Like as always to see your good sound posts. Hang in there for your retirement villa on the ozzy Gold Coast). Richard.
noosking
Posts: 60
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
DPE
Tue 20:02
Thanks Dpe.Always good to hear youre informative comments.Much appreciated I think All on this site value youre wisdom and knowledge.I agree nice to see BP back although im.not sure the crystal ball us working.
Glad you are enjoying retirement but do keep posting.
Xx
DPExplorer
Posts: 302
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
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RE:Is QFI Going to Work
Tue 19:04
Hi Noosking
The short answer to "is QFI going to work" is absolutely, and I've got more than 1,000,000 reasons and counting to believe it will.
Should it fail, it will not be so much the money lost , but more of the potential dreams that didn't mature.

I am confident that the Aramco pilot project is a no brainer, firing MSAR in a furnace is already well proven and MSAR is a much better quality product than straight HFO bunker C.
I believe Alstrom already gave it approval (but I will stand corrected if I'm wrong on that point).
We have personnel in the management team competent in burner design and power plant commissioning and project management.

If Aramaco sign off on this then I'm confident that the power side will be a feit acompli and oil majors will be knocking at the door.

The Marine side LONO is another matter, whilst I am confident given the operating parameters of MSAR2 (better operating requirements in terms of viscosity and temperature) far exceed that of HFO there is still a lot of substantial testing followed by inspections by the OEM's, but I will go with Ian's 99% estimate of success.
IMO reduced cylinder liner and piston ring wear rates will be one of the focal and penultimate points the OEM's will be gauging as a mark of success amongst others.

Regarding the oil price turmoil, it's in a real politically manufactured upside down tiz waz, and with Iran determined they want to flood the market with 1,000,000 barrels per day of crude, well let's hope some common sense prevails.

The upside IMO for QFI is that we won't be going commercial this year or at least the earliest possible with KSA could be late Q4 of this year so time is on our side for an uplift in the price of oil, and the well pronounced fact the it's the spread of HFO versus diesel is where our market lies and not the price of crude.

Regarding retirement, when my buddies return to work on those long haul flights in cattle class starting with the very early morning red eye flights..... Then I know I'm loving retirement😀

Of course success with QFI will give retirement a big lift ( perhaps I can buy a retirement villa on the ozzy Gold Coast)

Here's to wishing, nice to see you posting again BP... As a LTH hang in the there and follow the dreams.
noosking
Posts: 60
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
Re is QFI going yo work.DPEExplorer
Tue 18:04
Good to hear from you Dpe.Interesting to get youre thoughts on where we all are with oil at moment and how long it will take to bounce back?Hows youre retirrment going too?x
Oceanhaze
Posts: 88
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.875
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RE: Is QFI going to work.
Tue 16:55
BP It's a difficult time out there for everyone, the world of fuel is going through a very rough patch, there is nothing QFI BOD could or can do about it, Crude oil price war and political difficulties in Saudi. Hold on tight , I have it on good authority that the BOD are calm and it's business as usual, just a waiting game.
boyporche
Posts: 963
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.50
Is QFI going to work.
Tue 13:48
I think a lot of us are very disapointed with QFI at the moment and many must be thinking is it worth holding on. In heidsight I wish i HAD sold and bought in again at the lower end - however we are at this price now. I dont think it will hit 50p for a long time Kirk can turn QFI around again which is a good chance he will do so I for one are staying in as the saying goes hit or bust. What does everyone else think. ??????
DPExplorer
Posts: 302
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.75
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Happy Retirement
Tue 08:00
Guess we call all wish Ian a long and happy retirement in the warm climes of Australia.

Guess he will never be too far from the helm if needed.

Good luck to the new chairman..... And please get a move on!!!




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