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Share Price: 11.75Bid: 11.50Ask: 12.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Quadrise
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 8.70%Open: 12.00High: 12.00Low: 11.50Yesterday’s Close: 11.75


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BULP
Posts: 1,874
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Price:11.75
DDL1
Today 17:47
THANKS WILL DO IN REGARDS TO AFC
 
DDL1
Posts: 31
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:11.75
DDL1
Today 17:39
BULP

Cant think of any where else worth investing in for a long term return.

Try AFC forum they have proper moderators!

http://shareholdersofafc.freeforums.org/main-afc-energy-forum-f2.html
Demac
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Price:11.50
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RE: sp
Today 16:48
I should think that this share will remain above the level of your IQ......... PRAT...
pickledpepper
Posts: 28
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sp
Today 16:39
will this share be 10p in the near future?
DDL1
Posts: 31
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:11.50
BULP
Today 16:13
You are not the target of de-ramping all of your questions are valid. Thank you.

When I suggest de-ramping I sight delays due to lack of facts by others i.e. several month before contracts signed etc. By others I will not state who but moderators comes to mind. Richard.
BULP
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DDL1
Today 15:58
NOT DERAMPING just curious as to what is going on and curious about tritons product. still keen on company and will be here when we hit £5 a share in x number of years time. just keen to see things moving forward . cant think of any where else worth investing in for a long term return. no news equals frustration. roll on the end of june .
DDL1
Posts: 31
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:11.50
Triton emulsion SOx removal
Today 15:28
Alexis. I have e mailed IR FYI.

Is it not possible to remove SOx from MSAR2 as both processes are by emulsion.

Will see what comes back? Richard.

Thanks for your support. I am not sure if some on this board with their de-ramping with no facts helps!
BULP
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Price:11.50
dpexplorer
Today 14:56
I wish that an rns is realised to confirm a timetable to install the mmu in Saudi so we now where we are up to and not keen being kept in the dark . its all rather frustrating to say the least. well 4 weeks from now I hope all will be clear and we can all breath easy.
DPExplorer
Posts: 236
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Price:11.50
RE GOM
Today 14:37
colinH100

You are correct no GOM involved as Aramco are the GOM themselves
Possibly Rashid QFI partner in KSA involvement to make things smoother

The window as I understand it is end of October through to end of March to install, commission, produce 20 tons of MSAR, then combust it.
As with the PoC this could well take place in stages as this just a pilot program and I would imagine various analysis criteria will have to be followed
alexis55
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RE: Re: Bulp
Today 14:35
colinH and Bulp, It has been so long now, I am also confused, however BULP has hit the proverbial nail on the head, as it is supposed to be end of Q2 for KSA contract I believe, whiuch admittedly is a month away. We have, however,been waiting a very long time for this, and at the risk of repetition-daily issuances of new technology and engine modifications abound.
It is OK for QFI to say that nobody has their technology, but as well as pioneering medical advancements and cures are reported daily then someone, somewhere else, might well be working on a viable alternative to MSAR-hope not though, not until I've cashed in Wendy and my QFI retirement fund





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