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Share Price: 1.31Bid: 1.29Ask: 1.33Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
Spread: 0.04Spread as %: 3.10%Open: 1.33High: 1.33Low: 1.28Yesterday’s Close: 1.31


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linksdean
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norman
Mon 15:10
you seem to have a problem with me ..I have a lot invested..get over it old man!!....unlike you who cry day in and out here and adfvn(although not since you were told not to impersonate me)..

what I have is my business......you jealous!!!! as Im a self made man and your a no man..

I only went blue(subscription) with adfvn to stop you imposing my username and to vote you down as your a disgrace to genuine holders who don't agree with your vendetta..

your the one with the problem....not me!
 
linksdean
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norman
Mon 14:19
but not a loss as such.. havent sold just added...yes I have a lot invested here..but that's my belief in the company..and at 2p...its all back...you hear me cryin..no!.........
linksdean
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RE: G
Mon 13:31
your going on like a stuck record...if you were happy which your not you wouldn't go on the way you do with your posts.....your timings out..

I believe in the companies assets always have...they will come to fruition..Im happy cos Ive taken advantage of these low prices....2p hurts you guys.. tough!....my investment not trade is secure at that price...

sle is massively oversold..true genuine holder know this...non holders with a gripe want more of the same and the demise of sle...posts speak for themselves
ct2000
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RE: G
Mon 11:53
2p or not 2p that is the question ?
Giuseppe
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RE: G
Mon 10:34
Who has lost? Definitely not yourself after last update having somehow average down to 2p .. sure..

How long is longterm? You dont mind defining figures it seems to project forecasts that are unsubstantiated to date.

Blame? It is simply stating an opinion based from performance or in your case non-performance.

Little oilies dont pay the big bucks, we do. You dont see too many other companies that (if any )paying out record incomes or passing low interest loans to directors on funds bearing high interest rates, beggars belief
mcco
Posts: 34
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Opinion:Hold
Price:1.20
JB
Mon 09:51
Anyone know if JB still holds the 1.25m shares he bought at around 10p in July 2012? When did he resign? And has anyone heard anything about him since?
linksdean
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G
12 Apr '15
wrong Im an invester with a longterm out look here always had....shame you and your little minded trader buddies who need liquidity hadn't worked it out ages ago...look at loads of little oilies over the same period loads are down...grow up man....stop blamin others for your loss
linksdean
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RE: intend to finish what I started..
11 Apr '15
"I started the company in Poland before San Leon, before Poland was on the map," he recalls, "taking Polish shale gas and the Carboniferous Basin forward as a concept. Exploration and production there will work, it just hasn't been given a fair chance."

but my impact on what has happened here will continue for some time."

but he'll also be writing a new business plan.

"I don't think many others in Europe know what I know,"

You've certainly not seen the last of me," says John Buggenhagen, adding, "I will continue to beat the drum and support the effort and the cause of developing shale gas in Poland. I fully intend to finish what I started!"

pnr/sle have teamed up to spearhead and streamline conventional/tight gas assets..for nearterm production/revenues

1st well successful..we await news of the 2nd spud on the concession+ other news!!..but don't forget were dealing with Polish authorities here and "the slow pace of Polish legislation and regulation of shale gas" etc...
ct2000
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RE: intend to finish what I started..
11 Apr '15
guess since days of yore he has changed his mind as he said he is only interested in developing the conventional.
linksdean
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intend to finish what I started JB
11 Apr '15
Anyone with even a slight notion of Poland's developing shale gas potential has likely heard of John Buggenhagen, now former Director of Exploration at San Leon Energy, Poland's biggest independent unconventionals explorer. One of San Leon's Executive Directors and founding member of the company's Polish project, Mr. Buggenhagen submitted his resignation last week.

Explaining his decision to leave San Leon Energy, he says it is his own personal decision and has nothing to do with how the shale gas industry is developing in Poland, where the going has not been easy. The struggle to get unconventional gas up and running there has been punctuated by the recent decisions of Marathon Oil and Talisman Energy to abandon their exploration activities in the country.

An optimistic and steadfast voice at industry events, Mr. Buggenhagen says that he is leaving on good terms with San Leon's Board and will fill an advisory role for the company going forward.

"I started the company in Poland before San Leon, before Poland was on the map," he recalls, "taking Polish shale gas and the Carboniferous Basin forward as a concept. Exploration and production there will work, it just hasn't been given a fair chance."

He explains that now that some of the international oil companies like ExxonMobil and Marathon are leaving Poland there will be more room for smaller pioneering explorers to show up and innovate. "Someone else needs to turn this into reality," he comments.

Of the slow pace of Polish legislation and regulation of shale gas—including a potential huge government take—and how those factors play into his decision to leave Poland, he admits, "We're only human. It's not easy to stay and make such little progress, but my impact on what has happened here will continue for some time."

A geophysicist by trade, he says that San Leon's progress will now come down to the work of engineers like the company's Drilling Manager, Eric Beaumont.

For now, Mr. Buggenhagen says he will spend the next few months resettling and spending time with his family, but he'll also be writing a new business plan. Explaining he'd like to spend his time in the future both in the US and in Europe, he mentions places like Alaska, Wyoming, Romania, Hungary, Croatia and Turkey.

"I don't think many others in Europe know what I know," he says, recalling his exploration successes with Hungarian Horizon Energy.

"You've certainly not seen the last of me," says John Buggenhagen, adding, "I will continue to beat the drum and support the effort and the cause of developing shale gas in Poland. I fully intend to finish what I started!"





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