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Share Price: 29.125Bid: 28.00Ask: 29.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
Spread: 1.75Spread as %: 6.25%Open: 0.00High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 29.125


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honestsid
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RE: misleading
Wed 18:19
But most poignant of all is this quote

"Oisin Fanning, executive chairman at San Leon Energy said: "There is still significant and continued industry interest in the Baltic Basin shale gas play, and we expect the results of our fracking programme to attract further interest from potential farm-in partners."

WHY? Because he never ever did find that "further interest from potential farm-in partners"
WHY? Because absolutely no-one wanted to waste money on exploration that other companies had proved was futile.
 
honestsid
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RE: misleading
Wed 18:17
Marathon said it decision was based on "unsuccessful attempts to find commercial levels of hydrocarbons".

But can we trust the BBC?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-22459629
honestsid
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RE: misleading
Wed 18:15
So you still insist on calling me names despite the evidence being oh so against you. You realise that more and more people are seeing whats going on with teamrampit up.

I would say they left because they found nothing. Are you saying they thought the prospects were good but left them in the ground due to business re structuring.

In my opinion they were "being polite" and didn't want to drop SLE in it. So perhaps Talisman was a bad example, or at least foolish on my behalf because it gave you the chance to discredit me again.

Lets see if we can find out why other companies pulled out.

Here is a QUOTE from someone better qualified than you to judge

" Unfortunately, commercial volumes of natural gas were not encountered," Tim Wallace, ConocoPhillips country manager in Poland".
smithy91
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misleading
Wed 17:53
again.

As Talisman left because they were restructuring at the time, but were soon taken over.

Really seem you have a very big beeee in your bonnet against SLE dishonest, but what is even more laughable is that this supposed holder has posted he has lost nothing! yet carries a enormous chip on his shoulder against whatever SLE and attacks real shareholders who don't agree with his aggressive vendetta.

Was it SLE who got him banned from iii in his past life as sidhonest!
honestsid
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RE: Polandns last chance for shale ..
Wed 17:45
You are correct. It was smaller companies that developed US shale.

Tell me, is the geology similar in Poland. Perhaps there was little opposition to fracking when the US started, no so in Poland. Did the US have massive coal reserves with a very strong political lobbying group?

I think the fact that Poland has spent a fortune on LNG terminal shows that those inside the country know there is not much going to come from shale.
Deadcat1
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RE: Polandns last chance for shale ..
Wed 17:40
Timbremner, Smithy, it's not your job to censor this board. If you don't agree with the article, by all means criticise it and its author, don't shoot the messenger. I don't care what Sid's angle is, if he posts a link to an article, I can decide for myself whether it's worth reading or not.
honestsid
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RE: Chinese connection
Wed 17:38
Thanks Smithy, could you provide the link and the date of the article, like I do. Always best as from what I remember all this talk of China getting involved started in 2014 and has come to nothing so far. A sort of forward looking statement but no facts as yet. Has the MOU been signed yet?

The articles I posted were bang up to date.

Thanks, catch you later, no doubt.
Timbremner
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RE: Polandns last chance for shale ..
Wed 17:38
the point is that it was not the majors that developed US shale. talisman left poland because they changed their exploration strategy and business model. other majors left because they became impatient with the regulatory framework in poland. a lot of this has changed.

i think the point for all to see is that your comment on this bb is a waste of time. sadly sensible folk need to police the bs you and your clones post otherwise it risks becoming distorted fact. run along r sole.
honestsid
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RE: proof
Wed 17:37
Yep proof indeed that I am not lying, just collecting research from the internet.

http://www.dw.com/en/polish-shale-hits-the-rocks/a-19279069

Could you include links in your posts please, you know, just to prove you are not making thinks up, or heaven forbid, posting out of date information.

Catch you later, no doubt.
honestsid
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RE: Polandns last chance for shale ..
Wed 17:34
Thats right Tim, some of the same majors that gave up on Poland years ago. Remember Talisman, once our partner. They gave up.

So whats your point?




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