Our application is, as we know, absolutely comprehensive. In my view, there is no need whatsoever for us to now issue anything else for viewing, but Kurt may play along. If it means attaining the licence, then so be it.
I'm far from pleased today (yesterday now) but I think many shareholders have been spooked into selling their holdings, which is a real shame. In my opinion, the only final straw must be if we receive a "No", which of course, should not happen, as we have fulfilled all relevant legal criteria for this licence. Importantly, our CEO firmly believes this to be the case, as has been officially stated.
If one were cynical, one could say that those sellers today (yesterday) have fallen foul of yet another ruse to prize our shares away from us and over to Sweden. The alarming level of bureaucracy has not been without its own catastrophe for shareholders. Unfortunately.
All I would say is, the time is here to be more disciplined than ever, if we believe that holding on will reap excellent rewards. Of course, it does depend upon how important this investment still is to each of us. A personal choice.
I'm still fully in, in spite of everything, especially because I don't want the Swedish bureaucrats to swizz me out of my investment. Why should that be allowed to happen? Particularly if we shareholders have the willpower to prevent such a thing!
Hi Eric. Many thanks for your good wishes. As I mentioned early I fed up all this never ended farce. I am quite persistent in all of my decisions but even for me it is just unbearable especially in situation when I am absolutely sure that there is incomparable better place to put the money than "civilised and best place for mining Sweden" You know what I am talking about and would like once more advise you take a chance and make some investment in Matad. You have absolutely nothing to lose from now till 1st drilling result and reward could be tremendous. I personally have no intention of selling any of my shares until drilling as I believe there is much more room left before considering top slicing. But even then I will think twice to sell or not a fraction of my holdings because potential billions of barrels awaiting to be discovered, it would be folly to consider selling. Anyway I am wishing you all the best and to me ofcourse with my remaining small investment in Beowulf.
Takayama....Your posts all 14 of them are an education....what did this mean?
Granite: thanks. So basically this looks like a pretty desperate last ditch attempt? Grasping at straws? I can't blame them. If I was a councilman in the area it would be because i loved nature. What difference would it make to the company if it moved operations 40k away? Presumably it would still have access to the deposit for mining so just extra cost?
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