Hmm indeed, Stay Blessed as well mate, for the future of MXP lie ineth the handeths of the Lordeth noweth. Tis divine intervention we needeth noweth if we areth to havith any chance of equity redemptioneth.
I shall now gladly lead the gang in the MXP prayer:
Our Father in heaven, shallow wells be your name. No presalts did come, so plugging must be done, in subsurface earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily red bottom line, and forgive us our debts from Sberbank, as they have relieved our shareholders of the value of their shares. And lead us not into bankruptcy, but deliver us a new BOD. For thine is the liquid yield, and the hydraulic power, and the glory of porosity and permeability, for ever and ever. Amen.
"Reckon Oily-man is sitting in a poky bedsit in South East Ealing, eating beans and sausages from a tin, reading the Sun (I use the word reading loosely!), and watching the tennis on his small 14-inch portable telly"
Ah yes, twas' quite a well thought out and highly educated guess indeed HotShot69. You have cleverly unmasked my true identity. Tis' me own fault. Me thinks thy should have exercised greater caution in the draftsmanship of me posts, as all men know that tube lizards such as the hypothetical chap described in your post do in fact tend to spend much time blogging on LSE about twin engine turboprop aircraft and the New York office of the Goldman Sachs trust department.
"Some good news" from Max he pleads, and yes indeed, you are indeed due a morsel of positive nourishment from ye olde fair petroleum corporation of the Kaz persuasion, so here hath a sliver of hope for thou - if MXP gets a deal done, its BOD and other "strategically important" employees shall likely continue to get paid their salaries, which shall be good news for them.
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