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Share Price: 2.725Bid: 2.65Ask: 2.80Change: -0.125 (-4.39%)Faller - Quadrise
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 5.66%Open: 2.85High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 2.85


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noosking
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BP
Today 12:44
Well you are probably right Bp.Subtle change of position regarding outlook on Bod but we will see how we All feel mid Sept eh?
Luv to All.x
 
TheOrns
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RE: CRYSTAL BALL SAYS
Today 12:19
Well said BP. I think a lot of people forget that agreements were put in place prior to Mr Kirk taking over as in the Maersk contract and NDA's. There should be an announcement in the next 2-3 weeks ( if there isnt then I may have a different view) to keep on track for KSA.
boyporche
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CRYSTAL BALL SAYS
Today 10:39
During the course of the next few weeks we will see an improvement with QFI - I know the BOD may have made mistakes but they also learn from the same remember QFI staff have bought into QFI and they for sure want to see think work out for the better. so I think it would be a good idea not to continue to slam QFI and the BOD it can only do harm - do we really want that
1967SWB911S
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RE: another suck eggs teacher!
Today 09:24
Also too if senior management really are currently negotiating with KSA, you will be pulling the rug from under them.

KSA are VERY unlikely to be willing to negotiate a long term contract with management who are on their way out.

I bought 1M of these at 6p many years ago, and like many here wish now that I had sold at much higher levels. But we are where we are, and I have recently added another 500K at around 3p levels. Whatever the company is really worth as it stands now, the current market cap is a complete nonsense IMO.
Fyoz
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RE: another suck eggs teacher!
Today 09:12
Wow, you seem very angry, but with what, the BOD of QFI or just life in general, or anyone who disagrees with you and challenges you? Who cares what you've done with your life, doesn't give you the right to verbally abuse anyone. So 'grow a pair' (a phrase in common parlance these days usually meaning act a bit more manly) offends you but you seem to find it OK to harangue and name-call anyone you choose

And no, I won't take any of your advice, thank you, why would I? You're berating the management of a company you're hoping to buy back into? Does that sound remotely sensible, or are they just the rantings of a bitter old man?
psilaq3
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dodgy ground
Sun 18:45
Hear! Hear! BOTAK, I totally agree with your sentiments and summing up of the QFI bod. I for one think that this is the right time for a complete change of top management....bar one......(not none, there is at least one ranker out there earning his pay cheque) seriously, the ''owners'' should think about that!! The concept and development of MSAR2 by the ''back room boys'' has been faultless, even them sob's at maersk have made the right decision......for theirmaersk share holders?????.....whether we like it or not.....not in this particular case! The only weak link is the ceo he's the kap-i-tan of this ship, but in this instance he should not be the ''last to leave the ship''.....he should very definitely be the FIRST. Is there any chance, at the next AGM we could possibly instigate a procedure to get rid of him!! I realize he has diplomas, testimonials, and technical degrees, coming out of his ##jacksie, and, he may have had some success in the past selling white sticks to the blind.....so what?, this time he is very definitely out of his depth!! what he appears to lack, is the knack, and fundamental common sense to secure any kind of a deal, his ''bag of tricks is empty'' as it were. Even KSA could collapse quite easy.....you don't think so??? so...... we understand the ''Kingdom''and it's thought processes concerning it's future in the oil industry for the next 100yrs!!! so well do we??? (even they themselves don't know for certain!!) did we ever in our wildest dreams think maersk would make that decision??, we, as ''people in the know'' and thinking in our own misguided way, that maersk were on a ''blinder'' and MSAR2 was going to save them untold millions,......BOY! did we ever get that one wrong!! There's too many variables and more than enough time for them to give us ''the bums rush'' as did shipping....... power could do the same (I do hope not as I hope to 'get back in'' at a future date.......WHEN the CONTRACT has been sighed!! there could still be plenty left for those of us that were not ''in'' at the time of any future RNS. (unless they stuff that up as well!!) if you keep a wary eye on it daily, how much would you miss?? if it actually takes off, it would go ballistic so you lose the first penny or two so what) Anybody wants my name on the list, has it! GLTA
BOTAK
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RE: Dodgy Ground
Sun 15:46
I base that on there failure to achieve a LONO after how many years, A total lack of transparency ( one example is hours clocked during H1 of LONO ) blamed on NDA,s MK stating they had enough funds for the mid term then announcing a placing a few weeks later , Should the reality of ( Its up to Maersk ) deals been aware to the public + the LONO methodology then those shareholders might have had a fair chance to exit or derisk or at the least be able to make an objective decision based on operational matters
Currently The share price is in the mid 2,s and you find that acceptable or" just one of those things ", Yes this is AIM , But even by AIM standards I find those corporate achievements inept and from a shareholders point of view ( whom the vast majority collectively have lost many millions ) highly incompetent
Don't blame Maersk, They are not responsible for the commercialisation of MSAR they were just Crash Test dummy,s
Should you or I or DP have performed to that standard in our position of work we would have been booted down the road long ago and been held to account
rk
PreparationH
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RE: Dodgy Ground
Sun 14:53
BOTAK

On Friday you said ..

"The QFI management running the show are incompetent, inept, untrustworthy and taking salaries on false pretences and Aramco must be well aware of the caliber of management they face over the negotiation table as did Maersk !!"

So, what do you base this on? The BOD telling us that Maersk were planning to use expensive ULSFO post 2020 or the BOD sticking to NDA's with major corporations and keeping schtum? ..Or are you actually sitting around QFI's offices all day in which case who could disagree with you.

You could say the BOD were incompetent in signing such strict NDA's but without them, they'd have signed nothing at all ..perhaps we'd have all been in a better place then!!
BOTAK
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Dodgy Ground
Sun 12:37
Hi PrepH
Not to sure what you are implying with -

Must say I agree there seems to be a lot of "Trial by Silence" of the BOD going on lately. Some people could potentially be getting themselves into very deep water.

Are you stating that Pi,s on bb are not permitted to discuss or highlight the BOD,s failings ,Or some remarks are libelous and the authorities will be taking the offenders to task ?
Let,s not forget the issue here , Which is that some members of the BOD of QFI are being payed a very large salary to undertake certain responsibilities on behalf of the company and ultimately there shareholders and deliver a certain degree of shareholder value
Would you say the current BOD have fulfilled those obligations to date ?
noosking
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prep
Sun 08:28
I think the worry for a lot of people Prep regarding Qfi is that we have lost faith in the Company due to endless delays and the "Bod are in discussions"type of answers from II.
The fear being that if we do ever get close to signing anything tangeable or if trials are planned to go ahead with Ksa or whoever,it will all be too little too late?
To be fair the Bod are running the Company and thus take the glory or the blame
Its just sadly been the latter for the last couple of years due to lack of progress and false hopes.
i think the dissapointment is justified




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