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Quadrise Fuels Share Chat (QFI)



Share Price: 4.25Bid: 4.11Ask: 4.99Change: 0.13 (+3.16%)Riser - Quadrise
Spread: 0.88Spread as %: 21.41%Open: 3.99High: 4.25Low: 3.99Yesterday’s Close: 4.12


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TheOrns
Posts: 172
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Back to 2p?
Today 14:25
As my other prediction has spectacularly blown up try this and see if it gets us to 6p
 
Fyoz
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RE: Petro Rabigh
Today 14:12
Rob

I think it might have been mentioned over on ii some time ago (a 10 burner station?), but anything you can offer will be appreciated
Rob79
Posts: 346
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RE: Petro Rabigh
Today 13:44
Fyoz,

Thanks. Do you want to know which power station will be burning the fuel if this trial is to go ahead ;-) ?
Fyoz
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RE: Petro Rabigh
Today 13:36
Rob79

Sterling detective work, my hat is off to you

Cheers
Rob79
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RE: Petro Rabigh
Today 13:18
Fyoz,

From the RNS 21.03.2016:

'Fortunately the refining company was able to arrange for the installation of "tie ins" for the supply of hot heavy residue to the MMU production site during a planned maintenance shut down at the end of 2015.'

Petro Rabigh shut down in 2015:

http://gulfnews.com/business/sectors/energy/saudi-arabia-s-petrorabigh-to-restart-most-operations-after-50-day-shutdown-1.1630359

Jacobs Engineer's Linkedin profile stating emulsified fuel tie-ins were put in at Petro Rabigh (at some time between October 2014 to April 2016):

https://www.linkedin.com/in/nagesh-rao-46394040/?ppe=1
Fyoz
Posts: 226
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RE: Petro Rabigh
Today 12:54
I don't see the significance, Petro Rabigh is a separate public company to Aramco, why would they be involved in the combustion trial?

Rabigh Refining & Petrochemical Company is a Saudi Arabia-based company which produces and markets refined hydrocarbon and petrochemicals. The company was a joint venture between Saudi Aramco and Sumitomo Chemical which is now publicly held. Wikipedia
foxm
Posts: 109
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Price:4.00
RE: Maersk Tankers
Today 11:15
Interesting that it's $1.17bn in cash, unlike the Total deal which was shares and debt. It's a shame they decided not to use scrubbers, that amount of cash could have bought quite a few. It will help them with their soaring fuel bill come 2020 though.
Earsbern
Posts: 53
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RE: Petro Rabigh
Today 10:33
I wonder if the latest SP changes relate to the Petro Rabigh news reported by Rob on Monday 14.02. If 'trial operations' are to begin on other developments, perhaps investors are hoping that this could also be a good time to commence our 'combustion to trial'?
hughjampton
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Maersk Tankers
Today 09:37
Maersk announced the sale of their tanker fleet this morning.
BarkingCrazy
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It's Time
Today 09:34
To fasten your seat belts




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