Dear Psil In answer to your question I did give 2 posssible reasons 1. you had not realy sold 200,000 shares ( deal had not completed ) did you check. 2. I asked for guidance on what happens if MM buys the shares ( would it still show) If it makes you feel better my last purchase only days ago of 105,000 shares was not reported as well. at the time I just took if forgranted it went through as a number of smaller trades. I would have thought that MM who hold shares have this facility ( and loads of other games ) I thnk it used to be called a black book?
psilaq3 I apologize if you have taken exception to the point of reply , Which was Why post in here @ that time the sale of 200K of shares , Surely you would realise that,s not exactly a positive statement to make just as we were all grasping @ a little joy of the 30% rise, Other posters can be forgiven for thinking that was an alternative agenda tact. hence the sarcasm
1967, after making a statement, then, asking this board for help, and a bit of guidance, as to why my sale had not shown, I was greeted with sarcasm, and snide remarks. I did no more than to reply to the sarcasm, in kind. I do not consider myself arrogant, nor rude, but I will not allow anybody to try and belittle me, nor, take the p1ss, without some kind of retaliation. I'll not be asking any further questions, nor seek further, any help from this board, there's obviously too many smart Alec's waiting for an opportunity to show the rest of us just how clever they are, and what a rapier like wit they possess.
sorry , dint realise you cannot paste links ..( or is there a way?)
Lack of preparation risks 'chaotic' shift to cleaner shipping fuel from hydrocarbon Processing
ANTWERP (Reuters) -- The biggest change in shipping fuel for decades is three years away, but shipping and refining companies need to be taking action now to ensure the world will have the millions of barrels of cleaner fuel it will need.
The problem, according to participants at the Platts Middle Distillates conference in Antwerp, is that very few are, raising concerns about volatile prices and potential shortages. "It's going to be chaotic," said Andrew Laven, regional manager for Middle East and Africa with Bomin, a marine fuel supplier. "We have an enormous amount of work to do." More than three months ago, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) finalized rules requiring ships worldwide to cut their sulfur emissions to 0.5% by 2020, from 3.5% now. Shippers have several options to replace some 3 MMbpd of high-sulfur fuel they currently burn while ferrying everything from grains to flat screen televisions to consumers worldwide. They can burn lower-sulfur, but more expensive, middle distillates, install "scrubbers" that enable them to burn dirtier fuel, or they can invest in ships powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG). But each of these plans takes years of preparation, and potentially millions in investment by either shipping companies or oil refineries. If shippers just switch to distillate fuels, there is no guarantee that refiners can supply the world's ports with enough clean fuel without planning. Those who supply shipping companies now say there are few with concrete plans. One problem is that a large swath of the shipping industry, the dry bulk tankers used for commodities such as iron ore and grain, is coming out of a punishing financial period that forced some companies into administration -- a sting that cut their appetite for investing. Refineries are also loath to invest in producing more clean fuel without a clear idea of how much the shipping industry will actually consume. The longer the uncertainty, the more likely that prices of middle distillates that are also used by the world's motorists, mining operations and power generators will be subject to bouts of extreme volatility, conference participants said. That could hit consumers and industry as well as shipping companies. But some are likely to come out on top.
"The high level of uncertainty and presumably sharp and volatile price reactions will provide healthy margins to those in the industry who are positioned on the right side at the right time," said Andrada Irimie, energy analyst with JBC Energy, in a presentation.
Dammed quiet !!! If fact too quiet !!!!!! I have tried to look up some posts made by " he whose name cannot be spoken" only to find a complete blank. It maybe just wishful thinking but could it be possible he has gone forever . If this is the case I would just like to say in all sincerity I hope his wife’s shares do well. Of course he may be re-born Hindu like in an alter ego, but his fact driven investigative posts will be easily spotted.
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