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Quadrise Fuels Share Chat (QFI)



Share Price: 4.46Bid: 4.20Ask: 4.72Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Quadrise
Spread: 0.52Spread as %: 12.38%Open: 4.11High: 4.21Low: 4.11Yesterday’s Close: 4.46


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Rob79
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RE: Sharecast - no reason for SSP d..
26 Aug '17
Other than an announcement of the trial agreement signed in Sept 2015, the report is the only CEPSA publication which I have read that mentions MSAR.

So I consider that it relevant to post up on here.
 
Rob79
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RE: This week
26 Aug '17
Agree fox, been many that have been riding on the buyer's coatails until the email/RNS spooked them.
Sammagmil
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NURSE NURSE !
26 Aug '17
Who's bloody shouting for me, still in bed with a hungry cat and a grumpy Old Man.
If it is "you know who" let him go for a day or two have missed his absolute tripe !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sammagmil
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NURSE NURSE !
26 Aug '17
Who's bloody shouting for me, still in bed with a hungry cat and a grumpy Old Man.
If it is "you know who" let him go for a day or two have missed his absolute tripe !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
foxm
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RE: Sharecast - no reason for SSP d..
26 Aug '17
You're not thinking what I'm thinking are you?

"NURSE, NURSE, he's found the iPad, he's on the internet again, QUICK........."

If it is him it won't take long to suss out. He'll forget to take his pills one morning and then go off on one of his usual psychotic rants.
foxm
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RE: This week
26 Aug '17
Completely agree Rob, there seemed to be lot of significant buying before any traders arrived, the SP had already shot up before the herd arrived, that's probably what brought them. Suggestions of a P&D are off the mark IMO.
rollingstone
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RE: Sharecast - no reason for SSP d..
26 Aug '17
So Adams, with the sum total of four posts to your name, you suddenly appear on this board as one of the herd, talking about "balance", when all you have said is negative with the advice to SELL!
Yes, we all know what your motives are, you're transparent in that respect!
ADHDFN is your place where you'll find many like minded individuals!
Rob79
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This week
26 Aug '17
For me this week can be summed up rather simply in my opinion.

The traders who have been buying and selling shares have no idea what's going on.

The individual/company who has been buying lots of shares undoubtedly does.
Rob79
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RE: CEPSA Annual Report 2016
26 Aug '17
Adams,

The first thing I stated is that the report will have been prepared before Maersk's decision. I'd post up 2017s report but I can't because we still have 4 months to go.

It's 130 pages because I understand that CEPSA are quite a big company and have many things to report on. As you can see the comment on MSAR is under 2016 milestones. It's only a small comment but they still deemed it to part of their milestones for the year.

As Prep says MSAR was never going to comply with the low sulphur regs which are coming in at 2020. Maersk have decided not to use scrubbers and subsequently they cannot use MSAR as a result of this decision. They were never testing MSAR on the basis that it may prove to be low sulphur.

There are many operators who are now looking to use scrubbers to comply. Carnival Cruise Line and MSC have committed, and the likes of Torm A/S are looking at them as well, to name a few.

Everybody knows about Maersk's decision. The relavance of me posting the report was to show that CEPSA have stated that MSAR has environmental and economic advantages over other fuels. So for the likes of the above operators who can continue to use HFO, MSAR would be cheaper and reduce the likes of Nox emissions. A recent presentation provided by Quadrise in May 2017 indicates that the estimated saving for 2018 would be $51 per tonne against HFO (on a like-for-like calorific basis).

I don't know when the report was released but it won't have been 12 months ago as there will still have been 4 months of the year to report on at this time.
PreparationH
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RE: CEPSA Annual Report 2016
25 Aug '17
Get your facts straight adams family. Maersk always knew MSAR was high in sulfur. However they have said they've decided to use a fuel that's twice as expensive and still environmentally filthy post 2020. Makes sense!

How can a report about 2016 be published in 2016 unless they had a Tardis?

Brains, please.




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