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Share Price: 46.00Bid: 45.00Ask: 45.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.11%Open: 42.00High: 47.00Low: 41.50Yesterday’s Close: 46.00


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Beyondme
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RE: evnin all
Fri 22:47
Tomorrow?????
 
marthasson
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evnin all
Fri 22:34
looks like its close now :-)
Lump
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I think
Fri 20:37
I will buy another £10ks worth on Monday... I think this will move back to a quid soon
Yanchep
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Drift upwards
Fri 19:05
Can't see it staying in the 40s for long. Even without immediate news.

Once we have a rig, is it then time for XEL to announce the bank lending agreements.
beanpole
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Bye bye Rowman_Shortpants
Fri 18:38
Time to close your shorts and go boy!
Blue-Eyes
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rowman
Fri 18:26
I could educate you on your comment below

And since there has been no development plan offered to the decc it would take months to a year for a decision

But if you get off your lazy backside and do some research you will find evidence that it won't be the case - and that's not an assumption it's there in black and white

I'm guessing you won't look for the link though cos it doesn't really fit in with your strategy.
ugiebear
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runners and riders...
Fri 18:18
who have thrown their hat into the ring so far.

China Oilfield Service Ltd (COSL) is well-placed

Maersk Drilling

Noble Drilling

Another company, Norway’s Ocean Yield, is also understood to have bid a planned E-Class design unit.

An Xcite spokesman declined to comment on the details of the tender, but said: “We have a tender process for the provision of a drilling rig. We have previously said that is the next role in the development group to fulfill, and we are evaluating a number of options.”
ugiebear
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ChrisOne
Fri 17:58
thanks for that.

One thing about XEL, they have the knack of choosing companies who can deliver a successful project.

Whoever is selected will be aware they are showcasing their engineering and technical expertise to the rest of the industry. There will be a tremendous amount of kudos being part of the team that develops Bentley, which contains some of the heaviest crude ever successfully recovered and sold.

These companies will also be very aware this would position them as the preferred partners of choice, in any future heavy oil developments.

Of which there are around 8 billion barrels (or thereabouts), in UK waters alone.

In light of this, I can see why there could be fierce competition to join the Bentley Development Group.
ugiebear
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RE: RE: RE: cant..
Fri 17:30
Now we know why Rupert is looking rather jaunty in the video.

I am also sure he winked at the end... ;-)

http://www.xcite-energy.com/media/video-centre/baker-hughes-mou
thebottomline
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RE: RE: cant
Fri 17:17
Yo !! Go Go Rowman



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