The rns on 20th March stated that exports had stopped which presumably means our oil is being sold into the domestic market and I'm guessing we're only getting 20 to $30 a barrel, but that still makes about 2 million a month! But then again I suppose it's all about the overheads. GLA
BZM was suspended 22 September 2014 only for trading to be restored on the 5th March 2015 with a 750% rise on the same day. That is almost 6 months. So lets hope it does not take that long.
I think MXP would want, if not already in place, to strike a very good deal and take advantage of the recovering oil prices. It's to MXP advantage if a deal could be struck at these low oil prices as the burden would be reduced as oil prices recover though I am pretty sure there will be a clause to take into account any material oil price rises.
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