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Share Price: 1.07Bid: 1.05Ask: 1.09Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
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Mcap
Tue 18:07
While i am an enthusiastic supporter of sle, what would it take to take the co private considering the current mcap? Bit concerned that an opportunist co could take all assets at bargain prices atm
 
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Tue 17:03
At this rate we won't make it to February.....at least we'll all be put out of our misery by then

(Or, great chance to average down from 2p !!)

Good luck all, God knows we need it! :(
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321
Tue 16:56
pnr may still be testing for all we know..as they may also be testing the main dolomite..results will come when they are ready to be released and obviously they aint ready yet!!

if you listened to conocco presentation they said they were expecting gas but they got an oil well ie they are in a liquids window(they are expected to drill higher out of this area where gas will hopefully be dominant......OF mentioned this at his pres which you were supposedly at remember!)

lewino is out of the liquids window hence they only got 20barrels of condensate per mmcf of gas....so nothing like your suggesting...lewino is in the gas window......
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sid
Tue 16:42
if that's the case you will have his number and not be afraid to ask him yourself then...he he!
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RE: 3-2-1
Tue 15:22
Sloppyjoe

I would say news is about two weeks overdue, (57 days since spudding of this simple already discovered (twice apparently) gas well), but as you say, I shall be a little more patient. Should I give it another 2/3/4 months or so for an RNS re Rawicz-12? We have had to wait for ages and ages in the past for news updates. If it is just a minor problem, or delay by the cold winter weather in Poland for instance then it would not take much to say so.

Optimistic or other news on Lewino also seems to have stalled. Last I heard was that SLE admitted that we had not got any where as near such a good discovery as 3legs. From an SLE RNS " the Company notes that the hydrocarbon liquid:gas ratio in the Lublewo LEP-1ST1H well appears to be in excess of 10 times that in the Lewino-1G2 well."

3legs had decided that it was not a commercial find for them and folded the company but " San Leon continues to believe in the potential of its Gdansk W concession." Does any one else? ... no news of a JV yet. I will wait on, as always.

We await to see if conco do in fact continue with Lublewo LEP-1ST1H or if it has been shelved for now.

The fastest news release in SLE's recent history was re SM-1, although Genel did a very quick counter RNS warning people not to be to get overly optimistic. Rightly so as it turned out, nothing worth commercially perusing at SM-1.

Patience is a virtue.
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RE: sid
Tue 14:47
I have met Mr. Fanning on more than one occasion, but not since 7th Jan 2015, when news about Rawicz-12 was to be expected!!!!!..ha!
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RE: gunna happen/sooner or l8ter
Tue 14:42
But not only from the Czech Republic, we will be able to Exchange gas. The President also issued URE a positive decision on the proposal for the gas connection, Poland-Slovakia.

The main objective of the project is to build a bi-directional gas connections between Poland and Slovakia, which will allow the flow of natural gas at 4.7 billion m3 per year in the direction of Poland-Slovakia and 5.7 billion m3 per year in the direction of Slovakia-Poland with the possibility of further expansion.

Gas connection will have a length of 164 kilometres and expansion of the gas system of the Polish and Slovak side. In the case of Polish-in addition to the 58-mile pipeline connecting the two transmission systems-includes the construction of new gas networks with a length of 47 km, expansion of the currently operating gas pipelines with a length of 258 km and the construction of mills gas. Anticipated start date of operation of the individual tasks in your project that by 2020.

Interestingly, in recent times it is Slovakia, which was initially quite skeptical interacts with this project has intensified its work.

Gas pipelines with the Czech Republic and Slovakia will become part of the so-called. the North-South gas corridor. In the future, the network of pipelines would connect the Country with Croatia. Through Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic the rough could be stamped with gazportów in Świnoujście and the Croatian island of Krk.

Former USSR countries

Poland is still the greatest capacity at the borders with countries that previously were part of the SOVIET UNION. However, we can say that these are the only lines in our direction. This is due mainly to the fact that Russia is the largest exporter of gas in the world and the largest supplier of gas to Polish. The situation is changing, however. The agreement with Ukraine is the best shows.

Supported by KE is the design of the gas connection with Lithuania. The project provides more than 550 km gas pipeline with a value of close to 550 million euros. The project also promotes the integration of the European market, after it carried out are those international projects in order to eliminate the existing "Energy Islands". With the combination of Poland could send gas to Lithuania and then to Latvia and Estonia. Less importance in terms of gas safety is this investment for us.
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gunna happen/sooner or l8ter
Tue 14:36
now this could be interesting when sle get really going with shale production..Poland will have interconnections with all surrounding countries!!!!

gunna happen as and when!!

Gas logistics Poland-is getting better!

20-01-2015 13: 48

The construction of the gas connection with Ukraine would mean practically, that our country has or will soon have a gas connection with almost all its neighbours. The construction of the so-called. gas interkonektorów is one of the biggest successes of Polish.

It is true that before the Polish Ukraine will flow the first new gas pipeline way still far, but now you can try for a summary of the situation in interkonektorach. It's not bad.

Why at all to build a cross-border gas connections? As President of the Chamber of Commerce, a key interkonektory Dobrut Mirosław Gas element increases the safety of the country's gas. Gas connections allow you to secure the country when the rising demand for gas, possibly to send its surplus, where the gas we have in abundance. One word to correct the management of "blue fuel".

In the West without changes

In terms of importance for the security of the country's gas key direction is West. German gas market is the most liquid in Europe. Hence so important is access to it. Not only allows for a better regulation of gas prices, but also ensures that in case of problems on the eastern border, will provide us with sufficient quantities of raw materials. Currently running one large gas connections in Lasowie. 1.5 billion m3 per year gas transmission capacity is approximately 10% of the national gas demand, and so the amount of fairly significant.

According to many specialists would do well to a second larger even gas connection with Germany. Still taken into account gas pipeline Bernau-Szczecin. 3-5 billion m3 per year gas transmission capacity would have considerable implications for the entire industry. If a pipeline? Still do not know, however, is eager to build are.

South building

For now, our country has only a connection with one of two of our southern neighbours. For several years operated a gas interkonektor in Cieszyn. 0.5 billion m3 yearly capacity is not very much. However, there are possibilities. Furthermore it is planned the second tube. Already last year, the President of the Office of energy Regulation has made the decision on the allocation of costs of cross-border gas connections project Poland-Czech Republic. The main objective of the project is to build a second bi-directional gas connections between Poland and the Czech Republic, which will allow the flow of natural gas at 5 billion m3 per year in the direction of Poland-Czech Republic and 6.5 billion m3 per annum towards the Czech Republic-Poland with the possibility of further expansion.

But not only from the Czech Republic, we will be able to Exchange gas. The President also issued URE a positive decision on the proposal for the gas con
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sid
Tue 14:22
you have said you met OF loads of times...if that was the case you will have probs yourself!!!!!..ha!





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