my take is some are getting itchie fingers..its PI"s selling on no news= no good thoughts=selling off..imo think they might be kicking themselves when the initial update with some figures comes out..there must be good condensate and gas for many in the Baltic players to have commented favourably..again its only imo but I think many could be surprised as this lateral had 25 successful fracs all stimulated..could be could be not it may be commercial on condensate alone!!..we will see when they release the initial update with some meat on the bones...links
I know your post isn't just pointed my way as there are others who do and share a lot of whom I am thankful to..personally I don't ask for anything as we are all in this to whatever end is upto the individual..but thankyou..atb links
Thank goodness for that. honestsid has been sucking the oxygen out of our air for long enough. Some people on here seem to rely on others to do all their research for them. We are very fortunate on here to have some very knowledgeable and committed people who are prepared to do the hard work and put in long hours. To then criticise them and say their research is one sided and insinuate it is not impartial is beyond the pale. They are a waste of space and more importantly time.
frus one of the things that have got up investors noses is the time it has taken..well not all of it is san leons fault as seen here, the polish authorities have taken a year to permit any work!!....ps I have been critical...of the sp ...but also in that I believe we are in for fireworks..links
08-09-2014 11: 43
One of the biggest problems that afflict the industry łupkowej, there is a very long period of waiting for all administrative approval. The consultation was just a project or specustawy. It aims to simplify the procedure. In the case of the fulfilment of the demands of the research firms new law may become a true flywheel for the industry.
-To continue at a good pace exploration phase of the Polish shale gas we must quickly get all kinds of licences, which allow us to enter the square and start drilling. Majors looking for hydrocarbons in Poland, especially shale gas, long wait for such regulations would make them quick and efficient search work, says Martin Finch, the Director-General of the organisation of the Polish Rescue Industry-extractive industries.
Changes in the law would result in a significant reduction in the time it takes to acquire all authorizations. The industry is of the opinion that the ideal situation would be, what takes place in the United States, where to obtain licences need even less than 45 days. Meanwhile, in our country is often a year.
Such a long waiting period to decide causes the company to forgo some work, go to other countries where the law is more favourable to the industry.
its just your bad mind..Im retired at 45..now 50..I have time loads..when I make an investment I do untold research and carry it on..no let up..the more you do the more you find out..I find stuff out through talking/visiting..doing leg work..this investment isn't for me..as I don't need it..its for kids who by the time they leave school will be minted..for them I would do anything..so if I have the time..I use it as productively for them as I can..alot of the info I share on here is already out there like the tarfaya licences etc..I knew about PM months ago and their changing of name their accounts etc etc months ago...because Im looking for it!!..most of you lot don't....infact most don't do anything except look at some one to blame...not me!!...I know through my research sle will do the business if it take another 2/3 years..it will deliver..but if lewino comes in it will be before then imo.............cheers links
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