Oh my god; Why? Because that was then and this is now.... the TDPC now have supplies of gas that are in excess of their ability to use it; Because the WRL GSA has a TOP; Because they processing plant is not complete ; Because the WRL was signed without payment protection... Because, because , because...
How many other fecking reasons do you need... You fecking dimwits, wake up!! Or buy something else.
I was thinking the same - they are both from the same purchaser (TPDC) so they should be aware of the expected formalities. WRL - paperwork handed in , signed GSA with PP signed and agreed. Aminex still sits on the table to be dealt with.
How much carbon dioxide is produced when different fuels are burned?
Different fuels emit different amounts of carbon dioxide (CO2) in relation to the energy they produce when burned. To analyze emissions across fuels, compare the amount of CO2 emitted per unit of energy output or heat content.
Pounds of CO2 emitted per million British thermal units (Btu) of energy for various fuels:
Coal (anthracite)228.6Coal (bituminous)205.7Coal (lignite)215.4Coal (subbituminous)214.3Diesel fuel and heating oil161.3Gasoline157.2Propane139.0Natural gas117.0
The amount of CO2 produced when a fuel is burned is a function of the carbon content of the fuel. The heat content, or the amount of energy produced when a fuel is burned, is mainly determined by the carbon (C) and hydrogen (H) content of the fuel. Heat is produced when C and H combine with oxygen (O) during combustion. Natural gas is primarily methane ( CH4), which has a higher energy content relative to other fuels, and thus, it has a relatively lower CO2-to-energy content. Water and various elements, such as sulfur and non-combustible elements in some fuels reduce their heating values and increase their CO2-to-heat contents.
Oh well please excuse me TipTop I certainly would not want to p1ss on anyone's fireworks.
Let's just say that I think it appropriate to act as a counterpoint to the unbridled optimism and hyperbole proffered by other parties on this board.....
As you know I have been involved in AEX for 4 years and let's just say that I have learned to halve and halve again any expectations provided by the BOD and then halve and halve again the overly optimistic predictions by others on this board.
That way, hopefully the next time yours or anyone elses suggested outcomes are not delivered within the anticipated timeframe no-one will be surprised or disappointed
I'm beggining to wonder how you manage to drag yourself out of bed in a morning ;-) Everything is a problem and you see nothing as an opportunity. Caution is good when investing but you appear down on everything. The pipeline is complete, Jay has farmed out to Bowleven, our debt will soon be cleared, the processing plant should be finished any day and our gas will be used to test the plant but they can only do that with a GSA. Even you have to admit we are much closer than we've ever been.
Our relationship with the TPDC looks to be in a very good place to me :-)
Well the Bowleven shareholders will certainly know us if Jay manages to Farmout 50% of the Nyuni shallows to them. Part of which we will of just got free from RAK. However, that is how business works and it's still would be a great asset for them. We have spent millions and years developing these blocks.We are operator and call the shots but I'm not sure how their shareholders would feel. Especially if he then goes onto Farmout our deepwater Nyuni to Ophir :-). That would be a coup !!
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