So were you 'measured' during that time pyglet? Were you the lone voice of reason and calm telling us the reality as you saw it? We both know the answer to these questions, on these points you were silent like everyone else, why? Because like everyone else you thought that way too. You are seriously naive if you think what has happened to QFI is simply 'reality kicking-in', your comments are laced with retrospective thinking and benefit of hindsight. You focus on the fact that QFI didnt keep going up, yet ignore the fact that for many months as the sp and company progressed Brian called it spot on everytime, remember? What you probably know is that other forces have come to bear on QFI, partly correction of sp to reflect the market yes, but as we get closer to success MM games, the unforeseen effect of IEG winding up and for good measure a mini slump across the world markets from which QFI is certainly not immune. So it seems you want to blame Brian for everything thats happened to the QFI sp. I suspect the truth of your whinge is personal circumstance, youve messed up somewhere financially depending on QFI to be much higher than it is and you want someone to blame. Like I said earlier, you dont have to be a genuis to spot your relatively sudden change in attitude. Just a thought, if/when QFI hits the £s will you give Brian the credit? No you wont and neither should you as he wont make it happen same way as he didnt make it fall or fail to reach the heights he and others expected, the only issue is timing not the outcome.
Pyglet I can see that you don't have a good word for Brian. I've read through yesterdays posts, I notice that you have fallen out with quite a few and been dispatched from the Quadrise forum. I understand that you must be peed off to say the least. Now either you have ulterior motives, or quite simply you are a strong minded individual backed up against the wall, refusing to give in. On the basis that we are hopefully all here for the same reason, we should be doing our best not to undermine our investment, people who do will always be "jumped on" it's human nature. Personally I would rather see bullish posts than negative ones, that's because I'm a greedy git only here for profit. We should all blend in, be happy and as the The London Cabbie says Be Lucky .
Oceanhaze We didn't ALL think that. It wasn't the traders games that stopped the SP continuing to rise it was reality kicking in. Not only was a 70p price rise by the said person he also predicted a £3.25 SP at year end. Nothing goes up in a straight line. It's all very well being bullish but it has to be measured.
Yes we all thought that, it was going so well until the traders games started.
You can't get upset with Forum members if things don't pan out exactly as they thought. I always appreciate and like reading the posts, from the well informed on here, but I wouldn't hold them to anything.
Unfortunately just another emulsion fuel company. Benefits are well know, lower nox, bit lower CO2 and lower particulates. Cons ( in so many ways a very apt term) Higher cost per energy content, uses distilates ( so no advantage for refineries ) water in oil emulsion have higher viscosities than parent fuel ( so more difficult to use / pump / store etc etc) Still I guess all news that promotes emulsion based technology is good but as far as competition is concerned this is just a complete non starter.
Dear Baldmug The powerstations in KSA are mostly thermal, so no man or wartsila engines just boilers and steam turbines. At present they mainly burn raw crude oil and impoted HFO. The problem is that power in KSA is very critical so any changes like moving from crude to HFO take a long time and this is the reason why change from Crude or HFO to Power MSAR will take some time. When they ran Crude and tried to change to HFO the Saudi`s had problems with cheap out of spec HFO sold to them so are now very wary . This will be one of the advantages to buying Power MSAR as there will be no middle men and traders cutting and mixing the MSAR to get rid of out of spec fuels. Regards
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