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Share Price: 65.00Bid: 64.75Ask: 65.50Change: 1.00 (+1.56%)Riser - Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 1.16%Open: 67.00High: 65.50Low: 64.50Yesterday’s Close: 64.00


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tuscanraider
Posts: 148
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Price:65.00
i have a lot more than 85k
Today 19:50
and i can't spell 4 it . Just because someone can't read or write like a professor , doesn't mean he isn't clever enough to make a bundle of money . People like you are very rude and quite frankly anyone that picks up on spelling and this and that might as well be a teacher , as those that can do and those that can't teach . I have made millions in property and other investments and my old teachers either died poor or are poor . Now don't have a go at people that can't spell , as Tom Cruise i recall and other very rich self made people suffer from dyslexia etc So go teach
 
missdosh
Posts: 191
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Price:65.00
TA ..... Zak Mir
Today 17:58
danster99
Posts: 727
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Price:64.75
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RE: xcite
Today 16:20
I don't believe that anyone that writes hear when they mean here has 85k
Rivendell666
Posts: 3,613
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:65.50
Hika
Today 16:05
Events, dear boy, events....... (and delays......)
hikeaholick
Posts: 139
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xcite
Today 15:50
what has happend with this share i was in hear a few years ago made about £ 85,000 when it went over £3 a share i take a look today and its back into the 60p range i thought by now it would of been £5
Rivendell666
Posts: 3,613
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:65.25
Renewables
Today 11:54
"""Now that the Treasury’s renewables subsidy pot is almost empty, the Scottish Government needs to consider the logic – and potential liability to Scottish citizens - of allowing schemes that are surplus to its 2020 target to come on stream.

“If the renewables target is overshot, taxpayers will incur heavy costs in unnecessary subsidies - over and above the hundreds of millions of subsidies for those operational and consented schemes needed to meet the 2020 target.”

The Renewable Energy Foundation calculates that green power generators in Scotland received more than £600 million in public subsidies last year (with 91.5% being paid for by electricity consumers in the rest of the UK).""""

.....

The last bit is interesting. If we vote YES then there will be no obligation for our friends South of the border to buy xpensive Scottish Renewables which means we might have to cut back on the deep fried Mars bars to pay the producers........ My cunning plan would be to produce lots more oil and gas from the Scottish North Sea which would pay for all the renewable subsidies....... Lunatics running the asylum comes to mind......

http://www.scottishenergynews.com/scot-govt-runs-risk-of-over-shooting-2020-renewables-target-by-over-supply-of-wind-farms/
Rivendell666
Posts: 3,613
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:65.25
Raphael
Today 10:50
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/ambroseevans_pritchard/11046842/Oil-industry-on-borrowed-time-as-switch-to-gas-and-solar-accelerates.html

Good news and bad news I suppose depending on your outlook. If the xpensive ways of getting oil are made uneconomic by a lower oil price then all of a sudden there will be an almighty drop in the world's reserves. That may result in a rush for low cost oil and new fields like Xel's and Hur's may benefit. Also more must be sucked out of xisting fields and (we are led to believe ) we have useful IP for that...

There have been comments on Peak Oil and the effects of renewables for decades but we live in such an uncertain age now that Governments will / should have energy security at the top of their agenda. Any attacks on the Suez Canal would take oil up to $150 at least. Libya, Iraq, Ukraine, China buying Russian supplies etc ..someone in UKGov must be able to join the dots. Scotland is awash with renewables but at such a high price that if subsidies were to be removed then the industry would collapse.

http://knoema.com/yxptpab/crude-oil-price-forecast-long-term-to-2025-data-and-charts If oil falls to $90 a barrel then we'll be making a profit but one heck of a lot of others won't. Interesting times ahead....
Rivendell666
Posts: 3,613
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:65.25
Low Hanging Fruit....
Today 10:27
NORWEGIAN exploration has been a disappointment so far this year as much-watched wells both in the north and the south of the country’s continental shelf have yielded meagre results.......

Rising costs may force Statoil to shelve its $6.7 billion plan to redevelop the giant Snorre oilfield off Norway using a new tension-leg platform........

Maersk Oil is axing 70 staff at its Houston office and moving its US exploration activity to its Copenhagen headquarters amid escalating costs that have hit the Danish oil company’s bottom line.......

Extensive collaboration between operators, contractors, and stakeholders will be vital to address the yawning gap between nominal field production declines and UNREMITTING demand growth for oil and gas, Rich Byrnes, vice president Halliburton Consulting, said today in Denver......

More blooming Macros and yet, here we are......

All from..... http://www.upstreamonline.com/live/
RaphaelSemmes
Posts: 1,216
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Price:65.25
There is an...
Today 10:06
..interesting and ( for us) disturbing piece about the long term downward trend in oil prices by Ambrose Evans Prichard in the "The Telegraph" today which repays reading...if not approval.
timkford
Posts: 250
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Price:64.00
LEGENDS
Thu 18:42
Thanks for the link



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