Your a joke but not very funny. You say I'm dishonest for bringing up an old RNS that promised so much and then disappeared never to be referred to again....In my world that would be the dishonest bit. So I should have kept it secret should I, why is that what you've been doing. Word's fail me, what kind of upbringing did you have. I was brought up straight and saying it as it is, don't think you were. The question I asked about Caslaw-1 was a genuine one I merely thought someone might have known more about it than me. Don't tar everyone with the same brush as your self.
is now part of pnr"s deal with sle...so it is in the pipeline so to speak....but gas is king not oil...pnr/sle are going after short production assets like rawicz/siekierki/scincy..before oil ...they will come when production/income is with us not before...but if these all come in as productive assets..you wont worry about when they are going after the oil!!...but they will no worries..
Report: search for shale gas-no long-lasting effects on the environment
Author: pap 24-03-2015 12: 48
Search for shale gas by hydraulic fracturing has no long-term adverse effects on the environment, according to a report prepared by the General Directorate for the protection of the environment. Mentioned while on the effects of short duration.
A report on environmental safety on the acquisition of shale gas in Poland was presented on Tuesday.
"The report gives grounds for a positive evaluation of unconventional hydrocarbons recognition technology in Poland from the point of view of the impact on the environment," said Minister of environment and the Chief geologist of the country Sławomir Brodziński. He added that this is the first such document in Europe and it is a point of reference for discussions and research work in other countries. Believes that the myths in Europe and around the world about the negative impact on the environment when looking for shale gas has not been justified.
As announced, the General Director of environment Dr. Michael Kiełsznia, most likely at the end of the year on the basis of the report will be developed and guidelines. good practices for entrepreneurs seeking hydrocarbons from unconventional deposits
Iv'e heard it all now, we must not talk about T O We must not talk about lack of progress. Seem's like were going to have to ask Slop's what we can talk about. I'm only glad it wasn't me who suggested that SLE has no funds to develop its own assets DUE TO POOR DECISION MAKING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT pretty negative stuff that about our great deal maker's. As for awaiting new's...Yes we are aren't we. Let's hope we don't have to wait as long as Czaslaw,Lewino, Barryroe and many more.
.I'm sure your right but after such a positive statement ie: If successful we will move into immediate production. You would have expected after nearly two year's, a decent explanation from the company.
I think many things have dropped off the radar for many oily companies. Price of Oil V price of exploration/production. I posted something yesterday, a press report opinion that deep sea, unconventional and shale gas/oil is not viable until $100 a barrel returns.
Whatever the exact $ per barrel figure is, there seems to be a lack of finance available for oil/gas projects in general at the moment. In my opinion.
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