Dear O&W Re SP I think the next couple of months will be a little up and down. We will have very positive news coming through re installation of the two MMU`s hopefully reinforcing the SP ( but perhaps not by much as the news is already out and the BOD do tend to keep their promises) and then we have the IEG shareholder that are now QFI shareholders who I think in December can sell some shares ( even if this is supposed to be in an orderly manner) Of course we will get some asking why they should sell, but if they had the shares a 1 p then the answer is that to sell some now still makes a nice profit. So lets hope steady progress without too many dips
Post recommended. Apart from Psilaq, who gave a reasoned response to your genuine enquiry as a newbie here, the other respondents have shown themselves up by their ignorant replies. Eh, alexis? You learn a lot about folk by the way they write, even if they are all anonymous posters.
I think you might have a point with your 12p sp forecast first before a good entry point but wtfdik?
stumpy10, your question, whilst laudable and probably in everyone's psyche-if they would admit it, depends on many variables: How many ships that MSAR is suitable for,the royalty payments that we are not privy to-YET, the timescale involved in the roll-out, and I expect, many other variables and ponderables!
I reiterate my previous post, in that, from what we have been told, KSA will bear fruit before Maersk, and it is-from the given and historical figures-going to be much more fruitful than Marine, given that many other countries depend on HFO for power generation.
Without trawling back over updates, I was under the impression that this pilot plant (assuming that the bench testing of MSAR still prevails) only needs the minimum of product verification after commissioning of said plant modifications and MMU installation/commissioning.
IMVHO, and open to correction/discussion, then this should be an income generator before Autumn 2016. This is not even allowing from the knock-on effect from other end-users as previously stated.
alexis55, Re:- your 1st post 1312, totally agree mate, couldn't have put it better myself, with a moniker like his, I'd be very careful before throwing insults around. KSA could well come before Maersk, I've always had a sneeky feeling that it might.....fingers xx'ed
Things that now matter! What the split was between mearsk cepsa asko nobel and qfi, its possible to work out how many tons of fuel could be sold per year in the near future, but what would qfi get out of it . and when would we see the first flow of income changing the company from loss to profit which would then undoubtedly ramp the sp,taking In to account maersk must have bargained very hard to get a ten year deal
To Alex (now 57 I presume and the the last 2 years devoted to the demise of the qfi sp - no wonder you replied as you did) and steak brown-breath your posts were helpful too in their own ways revealing yourselves as posters not worth further attention. Thanks.
I became interested in qfi purely based on the chart and whilst it looks very bullish on a medium term basis I think there may be a better entry level with patience. If I'm wrong I won't lose sleep over it as there are plenty of other opportunities around at the minute, but at 12p, I would find this a very attractive place to build a position.
I shall watch from the sidelines and see how things develop over the next little while. Break higher from this level or retrace to 12p in the short term, it matters little to long term holders. The main observation is that this looks like an interesting recovery play.
Since you liked TIA so much, here's another just for you Alex, TTFNYDH
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