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Share Price: 2.40Bid: 2.35Ask: 2.45Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Aminex
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 4.26%Open: 2.40High: 2.425Low: 2.40Yesterday’s Close: 2.40


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matherdj
Posts: 1,317
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Today 22:57
We don't know if we asked them or vice versa. The offer will be very revealing one way or another in terms of value and forward relations.
 
cperkin
Posts: 13,527
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Today 21:42
lol matherdj, terrible news the Arabs wanting to buy more ;)
matherdj
Posts: 1,317
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Today 21:05
You think there'll be a total buyout before the agm apache?
Drewky
Posts: 4,970
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Today 20:56
Change the fricken record jeez night after night after night. Yawn!!!
Apache66
Posts: 1,877
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Today 20:53
Personally I'll be surprised if Jay and the Jaywalkers bother to turn up for the AGM. Looks like they're just milking a few more months salary.
mj152
Posts: 345
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: I've started to think possibly
Today 20:24
Something has got to happen this us getting tedious.
NorthernMagic
Posts: 998
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
I've started to think possibly
Today 19:54
unfairly that Jay and co are just content to sit and wait. Whatever happens they are I think going to make an awful lot of money and I think us as shareholders are having to take a back seat. People say it isn't a good idea to compare but when I see other oil companies having a plan and executing and achieving success even though they have the occasional failures and the sp moving up I just feel why cannot Aminex be the same. For some years now we have been promised a lot and change in communications - and nothing in the Managements approach seems to have changed. I feel like one of the posters on here earlier today who said he feels like Oliver asking Jay for me. It shouldn't be like this should it?
Atb,
Northern
mj152
Posts: 345
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: Supply and demand
Today 19:47
The shareholders do more work than the employees of Aminex.
Drewky
Posts: 4,970
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.40
RE: Supply and demand
Today 19:27
Thanks also QT nice to have some positives to read
Drewky
Posts: 4,970
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.40
RE: Re. AEX Communication
Today 19:21
Thanks for the link Vike, a welcome unofficial hint on Chikumbi there :0))
QuestionTime
Posts: 1,012
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
Developments
Today 19:19
World Bank approves $455 million loan for Tanzania power projects

DAR ES SALAAM, June 21 (Reuters) - The World Bank has approved a $455 million loan to Tanzania under its International Development Assistance (IDA) programme to support financing of power projects in the East African nation.

The financing from IDA, which gives grants or low-interest loans to the world’s poorest countries, will also fund construction of high voltage transmission infrastructure to connect Tanzania to regional power markets in southern and eastern Africa.

“The $455 million credit will finance construction of critical high voltage transmission infrastructure that will support the electrification of the southern and northwestern regions of Tanzania,” the World Bank said in a statement on Thursday.

The government said it plans to raise 2 trillion Tanzanian shillings ($880 million) in its budget for fiscal year 2018/19 (July-June) from concessional loans and grants to finance development projects.

Tanzania boasts reserves of over 57 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural gas, but faces periodic power shortages as it relies on hydro-power dams in a drought-prone region.

Last year President John Magufuli said the country needed to invest $46.2 billion over the next 20 years to revamp its ageing energy infrastructure and meet soaring electricity demand.

Investors have long complained that the lack of reliable power hurts business there.

Tanzania plans to boost power generation capacity from around 1,500 MW currently to 5,000 MW over the next three years by building new gas-fired and hydroelectric plants, according to the country’s energy ministry. ($1 = 2,271.0000 Tanzanian shillings) (Reporting by Fumbuka Ng’wanakilala; Editing by Omar Mohammed and Toby Chopra)
irishmouse
Posts: 4,626
Opinion:Hold
Price:2.40
RE: Re. AEX Communication
Today 19:16
Feeling slightly better now this evening so not so grumpy. I had two companies release RNS today which I thought gave good news, low and behold both ended the day down. Never mind we are in for a heat wave over the weekend so all is not lost.
QuestionTime
Posts: 1,012
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
Supply and demand
Today 19:14
FINANCIALS

JUNE 21, 2018 / 4:13 PM / UPDATED 3 HOURS AGO

World Bank approves $455 million loan for Tanzania power projects

Reuters Staff

DAR ES SALAAM, June 21 (Reuters) - The World Bank has approved a $455 million loan to Tanzania under its International Development Assistance (IDA) programme to support financing of power projects in the East African nation.

The financing from IDA, which gives grants or low-interest loans to the world’s poorest countries, will also fund construction of high voltage transmission infrastructure to connect Tanzania to regional power markets in southern and eastern Africa.

“The $455 million credit will finance construction of critical high voltage transmission infrastructure that will support the electrification of the southern and northwestern regions of Tanzania,” the World Bank said in a statement on Thursday.

The government said it plans to raise 2 trillion Tanzanian shillings ($880 million) in its budget for fiscal year 2018/19 (July-June) from concessional loans and grants to finance development projects.

Tanzania boasts reserves of over 57 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural gas, but faces periodic power shortages as it relies on hydro-power dams in a drought-prone region.

Last year President John Magufuli said the country needed to invest $46.2 billion over the next 20 years to revamp its ageing energy infrastructure and meet soaring electricity demand.

Investors have long complained that the lack of reliable power hurts business there.

Tanzania plans to boost power generation capacity from around 1,500 MW currently to 5,000 MW over the next three years by building new gas-fired and hydroelectric plants, according to the country’s energy ministry. ($1 = 2,271.0000 Tanzanian shillings) (Reporting by Fumbuka Ng’wanakilala; Editing by Omar Mohammed and Toby Chopra)
vike1
Posts: 1,213
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: BRR
Today 18:00
It does sort of sounds like that. Let’s see what Aex has to say about its promise to secure a rig by end of Q2. Or are they dragging their heels there for another reason
matherdj
Posts: 1,317
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: BRR
Today 16:43
Neil says they are looking to monetize ruvuma in the next few months which may include a further appraisal well at ch-1. Sounds to me they might be out before and in the recent meeting I picked up on a few things which made me wonder the same. We shall see but it makes sense for the zubs to strike now to simplify things moving forwards. Why wait when they are already doing all the due diligence now and it will only cost more if ch1 comes in successfully.
vike1
Posts: 1,213
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
BRR
Today 16:18
SOLO update, but the NR says he's still hopeful for CH1 drill to happen "end Q3/ early Q4"

https://www.brrmedia.co.uk/
John2015
Posts: 2,523
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
Starting to feel like
Today 16:12
Oliver Twist. PLEASE Jay can we have some more ?
matherdj
Posts: 1,317
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.40
RE: Re. AEX Communication
Today 16:00
To be fair me lord it did improve with a detailed, even if late, operational report and a tweet. It's just been radio silence since the farmout news. As drewky said, that's to be expected with regards to progress updates of any detail. However, I think a little tweet just to say pretty much what they were prepared to say to Malcy not too long ago, would be good. Simple comms and a little proactivity on that front would be appreciated.
SirRobertesq
Posts: 244
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.43
RE: Re. AEX Communication
Today 15:19
I sense when the shareholders left the room at the previous communications meeting that Jay put his feet on the desk, took out a Cuban and laughed heartily. Then finished the cigar and pressed reset on the event ever happening. Why? Because zero...and I mean ZERO...in the 'communications with PIs' departmemt has improved.
feelinlucky
Posts: 1,685
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.43
Re. AEX Communication
Today 14:29
As an Aminexer it's par for the course you end up talking to yourself.....that's ok.....it's when you start ANSWERING that you need to worry!!! :-))
Drewky
Posts: 4,970
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.43
RE: aex communication
Today 14:00
Where did you answer this question about your demand for communication?

Communications??? Just what is it that everyone expects them to tell us right now??? (NO NOT WHAT YOU WANT TO HEAR) but what can they actually tell us???

Put up or shut up!
trrime
Posts: 2,949
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.43
RE: aex communication
Today 13:41
I just have
Drewky
Posts: 4,970
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.43
RE: aex communication
Today 13:38
answer the question
trrime
Posts: 2,949
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.43
RE: aex communication
Today 13:36
See Drewky you are not party to certain information
Drewky
Posts: 4,970
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2.43
RE: aex communication
Today 13:34
trrime just answer the question......




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