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Aminex Share Chat (AEX)



Share Price: 3.775Bid: 3.70Ask: 3.85Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Aminex
Spread: 0.15Spread as %: 4.05%Open: 3.75High: 3.80Low: 3.75Yesterday’s Close: 3.775


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ManicUpbeat
Posts: 245
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.775
RE: Guinness More Valuable Than Oil
Tue 23:27
By any chance was Mr Spooner there having his usual Monday night dish, lack of ram?
 
TarryBreeks
Posts: 1,241
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.775
RE: Guinness More Valuable Than Oil
Tue 22:43
I had a toucan curry last night actually. It was delicious but you should have seen the bill.
CrustyPete
Posts: 6,321
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.775
RE: I wish you could vote using the..
Tue 20:14
I do not feel confident of making any predictions for the end of 2018 as I would not want to suggest whta we mignt be looking at completing in 2018..... will the New Basin Model have "struck" oil? what will be the outcome of NT3 drill? will the EPS for NT1 & 2 be providing an income stream by then? will we have done the 3D seismics and drilled Nyuni? will we have farmed out Ruvuma? will we have another cornerstone investor? will be be drilling NT4 by the end of the year....? will we be diversifying outside of Tanzania?

If the asnwer to all of those questions is "yes" then the sky's the limit (ignoring the consolidation - 50+p?) but the "oil" factor will be a big multiplier (without it 25p?) - but there are too many variables to make a call methinks.
Trelatman
Posts: 94
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.775
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RE: Morning all
Tue 19:09
Apache you are certainly entitled to your opinion as in deed are the rest of us. However I and a number of other posters here are concerned with reality and not fiction and do not try to speak with a "forked tongue". Your comments generally fly in the face of normal proven commercial rationale. As I and others have previously said for instance, if we don't have a 25 year licence then AEX has no right to exploit what's in the ground whether it be gas, oil or whatever. No one has provided any concrete evidence to date why the TPDC shouldn't award AEX what is best described as an extraction licence. There is definitely a demand locally also for the products and this is being helped and fuelled (excuse the pun) by the Tanzanian Government who have a great vision for the people of Tanzania and I wish them all the best in this respect. Furthermore, the Tanzanians continue to honour AEX's gas contract and pay for the gas extracted and that says a lot in relation to the relationship AEX has with the Government and its departments. Needless to say AEX has some fairly liquid and strong asset based shareholders which I believe, as it is in their best interests, to support AEX when it is required. So and it is my opinion, I do believe the SP will rise on the granting of the exploitation licence and in the light of other positive factors which are likely to materialise in the near future. How much on the upside is another matter. I would expect the price to certainly go north. As I am also a LTH, I can also wait for a number of years for the really big SP move going forward. But everyone needs to do their own research and nothing is ever guaranteed as we know.
Drewky
Posts: 2,510
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.775
RE: I wish you could vote using the..
Tue 19:05
I fell confident that by the end of 2018 the sp will in fact be at least 10 times higher than it is now based on triple as a minimum and the consolidation that has been prepared to come at a future point based on 20 to 1 ;0))
Kimosabi
Posts: 259
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.775
RE: RE: Morning all
Tue 19:04
I have not built my hopes up and will not be over anxious if the licence is not granted within sixty days. The TPA sets out procedures and assigns different agencies for dealing with Upstream, Mid-stream and Downstream licence applications. PURA is responsible for Upstream whereas EWURA is responsible for the others. Section 66 appears to be the relevant section for upstream development licences. It places no obligation on the MoP to determine a development licence within sixty days. It appears that exploration licences and sections falling within EWURA responsibility have sixty day clauses. Thats my read of it and I stand to be corrected. Nonetheless I am prepared to be patient for a change. Glad we have a lawyer handling this aspect for us.
Drewky
Posts: 2,510
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:3.775
Guinness More Valuable Than Oil
Tue 19:01
I therefore suggest that Irishmouse should be charged with rearing a flock of toucans up our development land

https://aminexunofficial.blogspot.com/2017/10/guinness-more-valuable-than-oil.html
gaslady
Posts: 3,484
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.775
RE: RE: Morning all
Tue 18:50
Cattle?

A cow on average releases between 70 and 120 kg of Methane per year

Is there a market for methane?

Possibilities seem endless..
NorthernMagic
Posts: 681
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.775
I wish you could vote using these
Tue 18:46
posts. Personally I think 2018 is going to be a great year. Just wondering what other people think in terms of what the sp might do from it's current position by the end of next year.
1. Stay the same.
2. Double.
3. Triple.
4 5 times current worth.
5. 10 times current woth.

I think number 5 might not be possible but 1 - 4 look like possible outcomes to me. Anyone agree or has an opinion as to how well the company's sp might do?
Atb,
Northern
cperkin
Posts: 8,289
Premium Chat Member
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.775
RE: RE: Morning all
Tue 17:33
But Irish M, we do have to graze cattle, it says so in the Petroleum act;)

Right to graze stock
111.-(1) The lawful occupier of any land in an exploration or a development area shall have the right to graze stock or cultivate surface of land if the grazing or cultivation shall not interferes with exploration or development operations in such area.

Hehe, beat the Indian to that one ;) Hope you are in fine spirts as well Webmoor!




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