Im not banjo you idiot...I am linksdean here...linksdean on iii and linksdean on adfvn....
you are renowed for multi aliases ... because you carry out that devious practice doesn't mean I do.....hence on adfvn your chart trader and here your ct2 who when asked if you were chart trader failed to admit you were(but post your posts from adfvn onto this bb)......as I have said here and on adfvn...... you got a problem...especially for just a follower of a listed company you have no money in!!......weird or lost when traded sle.....which one is it.both!!!
its CT2000 whos on the counter attack this morning ladies and gentleman.... throwing a series of hay-makers to the body of links.... a true juggernaut of the derampers, giving all hes got until the very death of san leon... the crowed here at the MGM grand arena las vegas are on there feet.... never have the crowed seen quite a flurry of shots and deramping towards a share.... its quite a remarkable innings from CT this morning...... links seems to be holding his own against a this man/beast who seems dedicated to destroy links.....the little jabs , the ferocious left and right hooks being thrown full force by CT.... a really hero to the people who quite simply hate san leon and links...... i just cant see how this is going to plan out.... will he take time away from his keyboard to go on eat.... maybe even tug one off if the share price plummets.... all to play for here for both teams....... its amazing scenes here at the MGM so stay tuned folks.......... you do not want to be out of this !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
thing that revelant is pnr have not loaned sle 15mill as you keep trying to imply...it was part of the farmin deal....you need to follow!!! whats actually happening in the real world of sle instead of whats in your simple mind..
cheers for the post....proves rawicz is to be developed unlike what the untrueth posters(non holders) want to hear
OPC Managing Director Piers Johnson made an inaugural trip to Poland in April 2015 to meet Palomar Natural Resources and San Leon Energy, partners in the Rawicz gas well which announced a successful well test result in March. OPC has been providing technical petroleum economics consultancy, an on-site drilling manager and well test analysis support on the project which produced a maximum test rate of 5.3 mmscfd (million cubic feet per day) with an average 24 hour steady flow rate of 4.5 mmscfd. The flow rate and pressure data collected prove a significant gas accumulation at the Rawicz field.
The positive appraisal of the Rawicz gas field is one of few recent success stories in Poland’s E&P sector. Full field development and first gas sales are expected by early 2016.
Polanddinnercrop Piers, Ursula and Dalibor having dinner with the Palomar team
As well as meeting the Palomar and San Leon management, Piers, local OPC representative Ursula Podlucka and OPC Drilling Manager Dalibor Rogosic had dinner with the Palomar team. Piers also had further meetings with international oil & gas companies and just had time for a whistle-stop tour of Warsaw before flying onto Romania.
PiersinPolandcropped Piers visiting the Royal Palace Warsaw
Piers commented “I really enjoyed my first visit to Warsaw and it was encouraging to review the positive results from the Rawicz well test with Palomar and San Leon and to discuss further work opportunities with both companies. As a result of the positive feedback on the expertise provided by OPC I have been asked to deliver a training course on pressure transient analysis within the next few months – and I look forward to returning to Warsaw for the course.”
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