Question: in June our final results will be published, looking at the figures the company is way in deep and I can't see 50 million more saving us. The assets have been stripped back even our drilling equipment has now gone under the hammer. Bearing in mind that, IMHO, Mr Chen will master this loan on the current oil we hope to get out of the shallows. So what happens to our shares if we can't achieve the targets? Are we entering into some kind of vale type deal that will put our most valuable field up for grabs?
My logic is absolutely fine bounty, yes some will grab these at a good price from the weaker sellers but ultimately we will rise on the back of real progress and development in Trinidad. As for you preaching to me about logic, please!
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