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Share Price: 0.325Bid: 0.32Ask: 0.33Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Frontera Res
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sinbad1664
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Hey
Today 10:13
Folks - do anybody else get charged for having shares in an online is a? I'm with lloyds and get charged per quarter which I think is s pi55 take. Anybody use a free one? And can I transfer my shares?
 
regdik
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Data
Today 09:44
PJohn I don't think we had to dig out Wonderer as he was a bit like Filghtman overly positive or negative. Most of the holders take what others say with a pinch of salt and some seem to enjoy the banter with the obvious trolls (instead of filtering). Most are too long in the tooth to follow these guys buying/selling hints as we tend to follow the biggest idiot (ourselves). But we do our research and follow others with knowledge in a particular sphere and C5 seems very knowledgeable in the geo. political space in this region. If we lined up all of the facts people have uncovered (not wild speculation - and I'm guilty as most) date and timeline I'm sure a clearer picture will emerge. I have done a lot of meta board planning (around identifying/capturing barriers and linked/dependant activities across major projects during the initiation phase) so I'm happy to do this for FRR. If posters could send their findings over the last 12 months or snippets of interesting finds to the FoF email address I will undertake a review and publish findings on both BB's and FoF mailing list. Snippets could be anything (financial/technical/Political/AC related/US policy/Georgia/Ukraine/Other/Placing/Trading data but please date the event and source.) but when captured in one place often a picture can emerge. Plus don't assume others have sent in information as having two of the same is better than none.

Nothing may come of this but we will end up with a chronological chain of events - I think its worth a try and of course our Reps will review and analyse any findings prior to publication to all.
PJOHN
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c5
Today 08:16
Your spot on mate for digging out wonderer.
Wonderer you deramp in such a creepy way.
You try be everyone's friend and hope they follow you when you make a decision to buy or sell.
I couldn't give xxxx if you sell or stay your full of it.
Yeh you'll tell everyone that you sold out made loads elsewhere then we get a massive spike.
You know rest guys he'll claim he bought in the night before.
Hindsight trader crawl back under your rock.
LMFAO
JS490
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RE: BP says
Today 02:34
<"BP says little hydrocarbons in Georgia, but great gateway for Azer gas to Europe..">

Here is the statement I believe you're referring to, apparently attributed to Chris Schlueter, BP's Country Manager for Georgia"

"“Georgia has very much played its
cards right in the region as far as attracting
these pipeline developments. It is not a
hydrocarbon-rich country itself. However,
it is strategically positioned geopolitically
and it has created and sustained the right
business environment to encourage
investments.”

http://www.bp.com/content/dam/bp/pdf/bp-magazine/bp-magazine-special-report-georgia-2015.pdf

Note, while Mr. Schlueter seems to have a long and distinguished career in the industry, he appears to primarily be an 'operations' guy, rather than an upstream, exploration geo-scientist.

http://www.bp.com/en_az/caspian/aboutus/ourmanagement.html

https://ge.linkedin.com/in/chris-schlueter-6216068

Therefore, if he appears to suggest that Georgia has little indigenous hydrocarbons, I think he's probably just referring to actual proved reserved, and not necessarily the resource potential of the area.

Basically, once reserves are proven, and large scale field development is implemented, then he would be one of the people called on to manage the facilities, logistics, etc.

In other words, I wouldn't read too much into the hydrocarbon reference at this time, especially as it relates to FRR and Block 12. However, his statements on Georgia's strategic location and regional importance are certainly relevant.

just my opinion
Billyswhizz
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RE: BP says
Sun 23:25
They would when they were bang in the middle of finance negotiations on SD2...
pyrotech
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BP says
Sun 22:32
BP says little hydrocarbons in Georgia, but great gateway for Azer gas to Europe
Dated 2015
http://www.bp.com/content/dam/bp/pdf/bp-magazine/bp-magazine-special-report-georgia-2015.pdf
Billyswhizz
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RE: SCP expanding
Sun 18:56
What I took from the meeting was that it seemed to be aimed more at tourism and ease of getting around and through Georgia than any other area of business..

Even the transit hub section with the BP logo was concentrated to Sea Ports Railways and Roads... Unless of course it was edited...
Ivyspivey
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RE: SCP expanding
Sun 18:47
Hi Tenners
Audience was group of Georgian and US company's and investors.
I listened to the answer to the SGC question a number of times and no mention of Georgia gas just Azer and Turkemanistan.
Bomber64
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RE: Bomber
Sun 18:42
Fully understand Wonderer and atvb to you
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wonderer
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C5
Sun 18:42
Think I have a right to respond to any posts directed at me as for calling SN a MALAKA I'll retract that once I get my money that I invested back from the MALAKA.
As for allegedly buying and selling, I've posted my trades for all to clearly see all in the name of transparency, unless you have a claim to them?
I will continue to post what I believe relevant to this board as I am looking to buy back in once SN the MALAKA gives us the green light and assures us that he's got our interests at heart and isn't looking to screw us over.
No need to filter me as I won't be posting until we get some sort of news.

P.S; I'll let you know when I buy back in then you'll have no choice but to read my BS fool




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