yes I remember those heady days! Also with NOP---nearly 200p now 2.75p JLP 150p now minimal, KEA GONE D1 Oils gone, MATRA gone and now a Private CO.-- DOR on the brink many think. How the small man suffers in this high risk market that is AIM!!!!
I've been in here for a bit and the company isn't run well at all. Some may remember the good old days of 7 - 8p. Better options out there at the moment, take profits from others and place here. The small punt suggested my mikeygit is good advice. I sold up here when they touched back over the 0.12 and put it all in 88e as it a company being run like I'd wish TRP was. I may come back here if price is still this low. Too many downs here. Hopefully with people leaving, this company will turn a corner. But I don;'t believe a rise in oil price alone is enough to save it
If he was good for shareholders, then I wouldn't like to know there definition of bad for shareholders. Good bye peter and good riddance. Hopefully something positive will happen now instead of share dilution. The thought of how pointless it has being here makes me feel sick.
I've been in and out of TRP for 5 years now and only been down 'on paper' for the past 6 months. Peel Hunter have said .32 soon?!? DISCUSS? Need some activity which rarely happens. Patience is a virtue with TRP :( Worth a punt but bear in mind the spread is 12+% Good luck :)
64,000$ question??? I got in when Namibia looked a dead cert and then things went pear shaped ---and badly!!. Then nothing in their next drill. I am still in because , like most, I hope things will come good and I do not want to sell at these prices!! Share price is so low it may be worth a punt as you will get loads of shares for say 500 quid and a tick up in the sp on some good news---like oil prices going up,, will give you a nice profit. Like many AIM shares TRP says a lot when things are going good and then back in their shell---excuse pun!!---when things go bad. Oil HAS to go up IMO by year end, the Saudis cannot continue with a low oil price. Their debt is mounting daily and as they seem to hold all the cards I cannot see this lasting much longer. Many small oilies are suffering badly but TRP seems to be OK at the moment. I am also in NOP where the CEO regularly talks to me by e-mail---a rare good bloke, not like the lot over in DOR!!--So the short answer is maybe get in with a small punt and if things look more promising later put some more in if you have some. Any which way---GOOD LUCK!!
y" or "Tower" (TRP.L, TRP LN)), the AIM listed Africa focussed oil and gas exploration company announces that Mr Peter Blakey, Non-Executive Director, has decided to retire from the Board and will therefore not stand for re-election at the Company's next AGM expected to be held in April 2016.
Mr Blakey, 75, was a founder of Tower in 2005 and has been influential in the start-up and development of a number of successful companies in the oil & gas sector during his career.
Commenting on Mr Blakey's retirement, Jeremy Asher, Chairman, stated that "Peter has played a great role in the Company's development and we are all extremely grateful for all he has done. He leaves us with a newly strengthened Board and a great new licence in a proven basin in Cameroon to appraise and develop. Graeme Thomson, CEO, stated "Peter has been a wonderful colleague and has worked tirelessly for shareholders over many years. We wish him every happiness and good health". And a share price of 0.07 lol Great guy .
Peter peter, youve dug not so many meters, Half heartedly doing his job, trying to fill his own pockets with big bobs, you shat on the share price with your slow progress, leaving now when its all a mess. Pockets full of dime, goodbye peter its time!
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