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Share Price: 1.65Bid: 1.62Ask: 1.65Change: -0.04 (-2.37%)Faller - San Leon
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 1.85%Open: 1.65High: 1.65Low: 1.62Yesterday’s Close: 1.69


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thisidentifiesme
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RE: News release
Today 12:25
Allow time for analysis as well. I'd suggest getting in early, I can't see it dipping lower that around these levels and can only see it picking up as the end of the month comes in anticipation of news (allowing for leaks etc off course)
 
triumph1
Posts: 5
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.65
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News release
Today 12:18
When does everyone expect the next RNS on rawicz to be released? Heres a quote from the latest RNS:

"It is expected that the well will complete its flow testing on 28 February 2015, following which pressure build-up data will be acquired for several weeks."

I interpret this as it will take several weeks for the next update on rawicz because of the time it takes to consolidate pressure data. just looking to time my entry into this fantastic stock with big potential.
Searcher
Posts: 36,494
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Price:1.69
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RE: trade
Today 08:29
Links... that is worth repeating....

"but rawicz has...largest gas find in Europe for 20 years"

right, work to do.... enjoy your day ;)
SloppyJoe
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Today 08:27
I still cant believe that some people can post absolute nonsense on a bb and expect people who know about the company to believe it.

Maybe he's just a bit thick - might be nothing more than that...
linksdean
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trade
Today 08:22
yes G and K did fail didn't have enough gas in to make them commercial.....but rawicz has...largest gas find in Europe for 20 years..production and revenue stream for years to come..found a rawicz 2 to the west..requires 3D seismics to find sweetspots like rawicz,which will have another 3/4 wells drilled in the coming months..

this is the 1st commercial success it wont be the last..
Searcher
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RE: Trademoor
Today 08:15
SloppyJoe, they are almost laughable... quite sad really the lengths that some go to.... lol ... and these are supposed to be intelligent boards... hahahaha
SloppyJoe
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Trademoor
Today 08:11
Think you need to either do some research prior to investing or look for another company if this one's so bad.

Your three posts are very poor - they convey ill intent and lack of knowledge, nothing more.
tradernor
Posts: 850
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RE: POLAND
Today 07:28
To clarify it, these are the Gieraltowice and Kety wells.
tradernor
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RE: POLAND
Today 07:27
I am talking about the Gierałtowice well and the Kęty well. Both wells failed to discover commercial amounts of gas in Poland.
tradernor
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POLAND
Today 07:22
it seems to me that it is a dud and all the talk about the shale gas in Poland proves to be a fiasco.





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