Can someone repeat on advfn for gilly. People keep ref to the interview as per sepco meeting conditions etc, this is meeting power prices, costs etc within respect to cost within the country/region and not what we no, if we go back enough thru the RNS's we can work this out. Just don't get lost or worried by comments which only concern what we no must happen anyway. Sepco always had to meet these terms down the line whether we had X status with them, remember our status with sepco means nothing if it don't mean the gov guide lines etc, plus tractebel are a requirement as an impartial assessment.
Gillie and JD many thanks for informative and constructive posts. Gillie I think your numbers are very plausible with the exception (and I may be missing this) that as JD points out we (KIBO) must start any equity discussions with some value for advancing the project to its FC position. I.e we shouldn't be ranking equal at point zero with any incoming equity investor. Either way we should end up with all of the mine and s sizeable chunk of the power plant. Happy days.
It's one thing to have a proposal of say 300MW and everyone wonder if you can bring that off. To come out and say you are expanding over your initial proposal must be about as big a statement and confidence of intent you could possibly have. So for me, I'm very much looking forward to the next few weeks and the news that runs inside the prescribed timeliness.
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