Its perfectly obvious when you think about it, the MOUs were signed when the oil price was higher, and the last one was in November 2014. So you would expect the price negotiations to run over into 2015 following the dramatic drop in oil price.
The good news is xel are drafting contracts when the oil price is low.
A lot has work has been done in the year for the small team of xel employees
Ashcroft1 I am a holder of xel shares I will not standby and let certain posters who I cannot name,post provocative post day and night and no doubt you know who I am talking about they are rubbing salt in to wounds hope you understand where I am coming from
I have 20p target here but 23p looks tough to beat for next for couple of weeks so anything under there could be it and I would expect to see it bought into heavily - if your order's not in then sort it imo cos this beeatch likes a flash-crash for 30 seconds to get the turnaround number on the board ...
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