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It would have been a '62. I've owned 991 EXK from that year. My former lead guitarist had an 848 with freeflow manifold and Weber...they can actually be quite quick! btw Syd Barrett had a Mini. "I've got a Box, and the keys to fit the locks..."
Agreed.... we were 'allowed' to sell to local markets and stop exports. That wasnt us getting our way and playing a strong hand via stopping exports, in some protest over non payments. It was the KRG saying.... listen boys, we hear your complaints and get that youre under the cosh big time, so sell your oil to local markets, keep the lions share of the income since we owe you a packet, and keep on trucking to tick things over until things blow over with Baghdad, or even to get a few quid in to avoid looking like desperate, optionless schumucks when we allow Exxon etc to have a word about buying you out for 250p all in, because we actually want them operating Shaikan to get her production ramped up ASAP. Thats always been the deal boys. You take us past development and to early production, then you all stand aside as rich men, having done a job for us. Simple.
If any of the KRG oilies went bust due to their Kurd debts not being paid, the KRG would have a massive amount of egg on their faces, right at a time where they need foreign investment as badly as ever.
Dont they need another PF to raise it to 100k? I know they have the wells available, no problems at all. Theres more to it than wells though eh?
Either way, the crox of what Im saying is that we dont have the cash, resources, or time, to ramp up production to anywhere near the levels indicitive of am industry driving monster like Shaikan, even if shes being treated like a middle of the road field at the moment. People think that 11 wells on Shaikan in 6 years is impressive. I think its rubbish, snails pace, drawn out and staged for the sake of allowing cogs to fall into place/only spending money available. JG has said that SH needs 100+ wells at its peak production of 400/500k a day, may moons down the line. That would take GKP until about 2065 though. Somebody like Exxon could drill 10 wells a year without breaking a sweat, rather than having 1 or 2 on the go at onces, swapping rigs out when need be, etc etc. Whats $200 million to drill a well when youre Exxon, Chevron, Total, Sinopec, etc etc? Its chump change for those cats.
We just need to keep the pennies trickling in somehow to keep our heads above water until that offer is agreed. I almost said until that offer arrives, but clearly one already has. Its just a case now of waiting on one being deemed fit for purpose, from a suitable company, in the eyes of the KRG. Its likely not up to John and his chronies who we sell up to in truth. We probably wont ever be able to consider the ones that the KRG doesnt like. Just ask Rex.
Yes it 62/63 I think. I picked it up from just outside Maidstone in 67 - the summer of love. I think he brought it in from Jersey it had a few little extras that export models had then, fabric on the A pillars, Cooper seats, two spot lights on the front, a large bore exhaust and bluespot fog light on the rear. All this dragged around by an 848cc engine - what power!!!
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