Photo - I'll have a tenner with you on that - I reckon they will resume trading. Same offer to yesterday's pair of headline grabbers. bh007, if you are about, you have yet to respon to my offer of a bet on the production, see postings of 1st April (no fooling about). More importantly Photo, you up for beers in Dorking sometime? Seems to be a better venue than some - couldn't raise a viable crowd in Sheffield. There's newly reopened (I undertsand) pub in West Street I've seen some stuff on that might be worth a look.
Why do people who are invested in a company think delisting is an option or even post that as a misleading header, makes no senses to me. The funding is on track for completion this month, why on earth would we even consider delisting. Range might not become a main player in the short term but I can see us as a mid tier, after that who knows.
Have mentioned a delist for many months and with costs and AIM fees which are huge, I think sadly, it may well go that way. I still don't know what to make of the BoD though, something doesn't feel right and I also think we are all being taken for a ride as we have been for the last 5 years. Still holding until in the hope that it remains trading on the AIM. A long time ago this supposed, "Range will become a 'Main Player' in the Oil & Gas industry", was held in high esteem, but I reckon that is gone for good :( Whether the Trinidad deal will pay off, I don't know, but my opinion has very much mixed feeling about Range, dispite RIG doing a grand job, I would like to see some serious results come of this 'Crock'......we all would, but I feel as though we are being taken for a ride with little to cling to. It's a right old mess.
Bore da. I agree so much with that. I do have worries, but am really looking forward to these trading again and think I will make goodish profits again from this low base. And it is also pretty likely that you will be showing a paper profit in a couple of months.
This board looked very different when we had that last spike.
I am still around Lewis, still watching the ever negative postings fof Yuff and co but nothing much to say at the moment, the next step is getting the money in the bank and starting our recovery for real. I am probably as positive as I have been over this company for a while. It did occur to me that some might want to derail the vote but then they don't hold any significant number of shares (if any in some cases) so that was not really a concern. Will be back in full voice once we have secured that funding and, with oil price recovering I see a decent future on the horizon.
A move up in oil price should in theory positively affect the sp of all AIM oilers. Of course we need to get back trading first, but if the price can continue to rise in the meantime, better than going the other way, surely?
ypp. Just ripped up my Range certs. Suggest you do the same. No point in holding any shares obviously.
I had just seen a real ray of sunshine in my dreams last night. It told me that I am going to make a small fortune this year from my few shares bought at an average of .85p. But your ray of moonshine, when I switched on this morning and checked if we were out of suspension, has put me back into the depths of despair and must now go and burn the fragments of my certs. And have a stiff something or other.
Last time it hit this level it reached a new multi year low. A lot closer to full storage capacity and then there's only one way for the price to go........ Why is this relevant here though range don't have any meaningful production...... Wells producing 1 bopd are hardly economic :-)
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