Thanks bopd. So your job is to talk it down until the mystery buyers can load up at the Remp level? or do you mean looking for gas at 7H? Or do you make it up as you go along? I dont quite know how anyone will buy any size in this. I tried to buy 20k at 33p for most of the afternoon, and didnt get any. Its just too illiquid.
is going to drive this business forward, didn't anyone wonder why Louise Warner increased her already significant shareholding? One thing about significant shareholders is that they are kept informed of developments, unlike us insignificant shareholders :)
SEA announce that its recently established joint venture (JV) GOSeaEnergy Ship Management Limited (GOSEA) has this week been awarded the ship management of two more vessels.
GOSEA was established in June 2014, as a JV between Go Offshore (Asia) Pte Ltd. a Singapore based shipping company and SeaEnergy Ship Management Limited, the latter holding a 51% share.
The first vessel, the newly built Go Pegasus, is a DP2 anchor handler (AHTS), owned by the Singapore based Otto Marine Limited (Otto). The Go Pegasus is flagged in the Marshall Islands and will shortly arrive in the U.K. where it will be operating under charter and deployed on ploughing activities in the western UKCS. The vessel has a crew of 20. The GOSEA team is responsible for the full management of the vessel's crew, provisions and technical support.
The GOSEA team have also taken over the operational management of the Go Electra, a DP2 multi-purpose support vessel is owned by RY Offshore Pte Limited. It is currently operating under charter for Harkand ISS and is carrying out ROV surveys and air diving operations, primarily in the North Sea. The vessel which is flagged in the Marshall Islands has a crew of 21.
Mike Comerford, Operations Director for SeaEnergy PLC, commented:
"It is a busy and exciting time for us as a Group and we are delighted to have increased the number of ships under management in such a short timeframe. We have had excellent feedback from the companies chartering these vessels - a credit to the wealth of experience of our team at GOSeaEnergy."
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