So you are saying you agree with kwid but not that you also want the company finished
Hopefully we can draw a line underneath this now very boring the truth is in everyone's posting history let posters make there own mind up like you say gang yours have posted nothing only negative sentiment
How you try and defend from this is ridiculous
I would like to see honest debate on here looks like this will never happen
You have written your post in a very clever way which gives the impression that I have agreed with others that I want the company finished. Let me make this very clear the only poster I ever read who said I want this company finished or words to that effect was kwid.NEVER at any time have I agreed with that statement nor do I now. I know nothing about kwid, sid or ct and they know nothing about me. However I wll say this, most of what they post is a lot nearer to reallity than what you and your gang post....You should understand that your bound to get a lot of constant negative when thats all wev'e had from the company for years.....Theres only one kind of positive I'm interested in, that's production, profit and a huge sp and I want it now.
I see this news as extremely positive. It opens up access to ready markets that need supplying in the Baltic basin region where our huge Lewino license is...
It also looks to be compete around the same time that I would expect commercial gas from Lewino...
It also confirms that LNG whilst a short term fix to break the Gazprom monopoly, is too expensive to be a long term sustainable option.
"A grant agreement to finance the first gas pipeline between Poland and Lithuania was signed today (15 October), in what European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said mrked the official end of the Baltic region's energy isolation.
The leaders of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Poland signed the agreement at an official ceremony today, in presence of the Commission President. Juncker said the move would increase the EU’s energy security and strengthen its resilience to potential gas supply interruptions.
“Today we have done much more than bringing the energy isolation of the Baltic States to an end. We have brought the region further together. Today we have agreed on European infrastructure that will unite us, instead of dividing us," Juncker said.
The three Baltic countries - Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia - which were Soviet republics until the early 1990s, are still highly dependent on Russian gas supplies. The EU sees the pipeline as a key element of its “energy union”, a plan to create a single market and connect the continent’s fragmented energy networks. This is expected to help prices converge and reduce dependence on imports.
The Prime Minister of Poland, Ewa Kopacz, the President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaité, the Prime Minister of Latvia Laimdota Straujuma, and the Prime Minister of Estonia Taavi Rõivas are in Brussels for the EU summit which begins later today.
The 534km GIPL pipeline will run from Rembelszczyzna in Poland to Jauniunai in Lithuania. From there, it will be possible to access gas from western supply routes more widely across the Baltic as the three countries push ahead with further infrastructure work. Lithuania and Last year Poland and Lithiania asked the European Union to cover up to 75% of the costs of the pipeline.
>> Read: Lithuania, Poland ask EU to fund gas link
The Commission committed to provide €295 million of the total cost of €558 million via its Connecting Europe Facility. Poland would provide some €120 million.
Work on the pipeline will begin next year and is expected to be completed by December 2019. The initial projected annual capacity of the pipeline will be 2.5 billion cubic meters per year (bcm/y), potentially rising to 4 bcm. That would be sufficient to supply almost all the needs of the Baltic region.
However, the dynamics of creating a regional market in the Baltics are complicated, partly because of pricing. Lithuania has recently started importing liquefied natural gas at the Klaipeda terminal
When said posters was saying they wanted the company finished you agreed on a number of times what they had to say never once have you disagreed with said posters and always picking argument with genuine holders never ever a cross word when said posters posted constant negative even said poster admitted not to own shares
How on earth you try and defend yourself is pathetic
you are persisting in stating that I have sent a post fully admitting to deliberately deceiving any number of genuine shareholders and that I gave my reasons for doing so. You are now further trying to discredit Waterstone by making insinuations that he is somehow part of a multi id. Why do you do it........Tell you what Joe print this post of my admition's of guilt in deliberately deceiving great number's of shareholders for years and the reasons I have supposed to have given for doing so. You can't because theres no such post, You know it and I know it and everbody on this bb know's it. Infact I'm beginning to wonder if your ok.
Yes agree the pattern is all there backing each others post up you would think administration could spot this I know this has been happening for years these posters spread as much bad sentiment as possible they have had a field day but the games up now
I have also been reading ii and you can spot said posters a mile off
You can't win with people like this. redro's another one, his remark at 13:11 suggesting that I'm looking to close a short at 40p is utter rubbish. He's trying to twist a recent post where I said "at this rate we'l soon have reached full circle and be back to 40p though not in the way we had hoped"....I was referring to the fact that 40p since consolidation has reduced the value of everyones account by division of 100. Hence 40p is worth pro consolidation just 0.4 of 1p...He's trying to make everyone believe I've got short at 40p....I'm embarrassed to have to admit I dont even fully understand what a short is or how it works...Let me finally just say...Am I bitter about losing most of my investment Yes of course I am. I would expect any normal person to be so. BUT as I've said many times this dos'nt mean I dont want SLE to succeed. On the contrary I do want them to succeed, the bigger the better if I can get back some of my money it's better than nothing but I will still say it as I see it. When/if positive things start coming out of SLE the sp will take care of itself.Thanks Waterstone you've shown theres still a few that can see beyond the tree's.
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