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Share Views Episode 13 - Ferrum Crescent Exec-Chairman Justin Tooth talks on his re-structuring strategy and exciting new projects

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Today 22:26

Didn't notice the E in equivalent. But there will be more gas than 2 mmcfpd. More like 7 mmcfpd, at least. As in the post below, Report. We all live in hope. I would be elated just to get my avg back.
Just hope. This carry on with. The volume and rise tomorrow and not another false Dawn. As long termers have seen on several occasions before. The time is now I reckon. Don't think it's wishful thinking. This time round . FEELS Different. We will see tomorrow.
Today 22:17

Think that will be completed by now.
Expansion Of Existing Facilities: Additionally, as previously announced, new engineering design work commenced during the month of August to increase capacity of the existing gas gathering/processing facilities and associated 14 kilometer transportation system that accommodates gas production at a planned rate of approximately two million cubic feet per day of gas. As a result of this work, the Company intends to increase system capacity to approximately 7 million cubic feet per day of gas during Q1 of 2015.
Today 21:57

Will be oil. What about the gas. There's going to be at least 7 mmcfpd gas. As predicted. If sn is correct or anywhere. Near his prediction.
Then there's was the engineering work on the infrastructure to increase the gas even more. What's that going to be worth. Same again ?? Maybe !!!! Or more.
Today 21:12

Is the gas igoing straight into the Gorgian network ? Not sure how much gas is on production at the moment.
Today 16:21

That's good trading. See what Tomorrow brings.
Today 16:16

To balance I reckon. Otherwise we should have touch at least 50% today I Reckon, with the volumes. IMO.
Today 15:56

BP in Georgia
the old troutInteractive Investor client
From the Facebook page of the Ministry of Energy:

They have conveniently added an English translation:

"Meeting with the Regional President of the BP

Prime Minister of Georgia Giorgi Kvirikashvili held a meeting with the British multinational oil and gas company Gordon Birrell in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey. During the meeting the parties discussed projects BP administers in Georgia. Particular attention was paid to the Shah Deniz stage 2 works. Importance of the South Caucasus Pipeline was outlined. The said project will be finalized by 2019. It was indicated that 2 billion USD will be invested to ensure widening of the pipeline. The project also envisages sufficient increase of the volumes of gas received by Georgia from Azerbaijan.

Gordon Birrell updated the Prime Minister of Georgia on the future plans of the company and hoped that the cooperation with Georgia would deepen.

British multinational Oil and Gas Company BP is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom. It is represented in various countries. BP has entered Georgia in 1996."

One can but speculate as to whether BP's 'future plans' include taking up operatorship of Block XII......

Today 15:03

Looks like A definately buy.

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