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Member Since: Thu, 16th Apr 2009

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Last Posted: Fri 21:31

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Fri 21:31

Firstly no ones taken the credit off bugs. We all love Bugsy.

Secondly if. You read the bottom of seymores views it says " thanks to Bugsy " nobody's taking the praise of him. Especially seymore.

Thirdly Seymore is a well respected poster on iii. His views are always worth reading. Even Bugsy will agree with that. It's just another point of view on the. Articles. ( bugsys articles ) which we all recomended.

A over reaction Mr Hhardon.

Fri 20:12

Well, we have previously touched on reasons why news may have been limited due political sensitivities - so this is certainly big news. May be Georgia can become an energy hub for Eastern European countries......and why not, when you have a minimum gas resource of 18tcf or 18b barrels in Taribani?

But the key bit is this:

"American politician John M. Hutsman Jr. talked about the fact that the United States will soon launch a partnership with a company American energy, Frontera Resourses, operating in emerging markets. Moldova was one of the topics Resourses Frontera opposite. "This partnership will help us expand our business in Ukraine over eastern Europe, in particular to include Georgia and Moldova," said John M. Huntsman Jr."

So, the US will 'soon launch a partnership with FRR' - what type of partnership will that be? Commercial? Perhaps of US Govt loans to fully exploit the gas potential on B12. Or maybe this will be announced at the next months GIORGI conference ( coinciding with the gas CPRs).

Thanks to Bugsy.... And GLA FRR
Fri 19:56

If we had market cap of the 400 mill spent on b12. We would be worth about 18p share price. So what would we be worth with just the 9tcf on MK. Quite a multibagger from here. The was a little mention on sarke today about. Your findings


In order to intensify economic cooperation, Georgia and Moldova will create intergovernmental economic commission.

Such initiative Prime Ministers of Georgia and Moldova, Irakli Garibashvili and Chiril Gaburici, expressed on today’s meeting in Brussels. More...

So it's out there. Time for investers to digest your articles over the weekend. We might get a shift in the sp again on Monday. Especially being in march nearing the cpr and other updates. Varang would be agood one with production increase on the Gas. Looking forward to the coming month.
Fri 18:39

That would make sense. Then start looking at maldova and the ukhraine. It would be a brilliant scenario. I always thought they would sell the MK. ( if it happens ) too much gas for such a little company. Besides it would take hundreds of years to get the gas out at the present rate. Just proving up I reckon. That's why so many wells are invoved for the cpr to be more precise.
Fri 16:08

2.5 mill. And another buy for another 1 mill just come in.

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