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Victoria Oil & Gas Share Chat (VOG)



Share Price: 36.90Bid: 36.90Ask: 37.40Change: -1.35 (-3.53%)Faller - Victoria Oil
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.36%Open: 38.50High: 38.75Low: 36.35Yesterday’s Close: 38.25


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pyrotech
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TAinvestor
Today 19:30
I see he is here shorting this stock as well
He fid same on FRR, but got severely burnt today
Do i have any sympathy? NOOOOOO

He is on here trying to get his short working, to help with other loses
Please ignore this useless piece of work, anyone who has listened to his persistent negativity on FRR would have lost 10% today, shorting and a lack of honesty
 
SpaceHoppa
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RE: 23.10 p
Today 19:17
''I envisage the share price falling to this level, then drift lower.''

Do you now TrollInvestor! Lol
Well man up & say you have shorted it, & how many.
Or are you all words, & too girlie to believe what you spout ???
SpaceHoppa
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RE: re Understanding Dams
Today 19:12
Mr Sarge, your memory is quite correct !
sarge123
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re Understanding Dams
Today 18:58
SpaceHoppa . Correct me if I have this wrong but was it not the case that there was some detail in the loan to build Dibamba that should the power station be converted to gas at a later stage then the interest on the loan repayments would be reduced . I have not been in here for some time now so could have it mixed up with something else .
TAinvestor
Posts: 272
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Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:36.90
23.10 p
Today 18:58
last seen 20th Jan 2016.

I envisage the share price falling to this level, then drift lower.

It will get there over the weeks ahead.
SpaceHoppa
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RE: Understanding DAMS
Today 14:36
Oldpuppy, Perenco now have an outlet for their sanga sud field being LNG
so not sure how this will effect pricing going forward.
Grenor specifically are talking about a plant in Douala,
& state using ''Logbaba'' gas.
I agree with Dibamba as I do not believe the diesel units are convertarble,
however talk has been of 200Mw + there.
Hydro is great, but have a dry ''wet season'' & the country is paddlefree up a dry creek.
Add on the increase in demand & can we agree gas power generation is going to happen??
Now as to pricing, if it was just about that, then Perenco would be supplying 5000Mw by now
but they aren't
oldpuppy
Posts: 125
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RE: Understanding DAMS
Today 13:49
SpaceHoppa - Let me correct... I'm talking about vog gas (and gas at vog price)

Because of limited capacity, gas still plays a large role in power generation there. With more hydro, the role of gas will decline but it will still be relevant for peak demand and closing gap between completion of hydro projects. One advantage of gas is that projects can be put in place quickly.

"why did Eneo want to increase gas power at Douala to 100Mw +"
You should know by now that statements of the bod are not always factual (sometimes misleading). Large contracts usually have notfication periods (at least few months). Parties don't just drop agreements. But vog had us believe that everything was perfect as late as december and eneo suddently dropped the bomb.

"why do Grenor what to build a gas plant in Douala 150Mw, &,"
Grenor is not only looking at gas in douala. They are also looking at gas in kribi (perenco) and limbe (new age) with much cheaper gas ($3-4). And yes, power can be injected anywhere in the grid to supply douala.

why are there plans to convert & Increase Dibamba to gas?
An extension is more likely than a conversion due to type of generators. Again, the issue here is price. The advantage for vog with dibamba is that the plant cannot move.

Matanda could be a game changer thanks to large reserves (low price, possible lng). However the govt has yet to approve the deal.
Dakad
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RE: Understanding DAMS
Today 13:09
And why do boots on the ground say it keeps going dark?
SpaceHoppa
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RE: Understanding DAMS
Today 13:01
''This is why vog gas is NOT needed at all anymore or partially only.''

Oldpuppy. You say there is little or no need for gas power plants,
if so, can you explain
why did Eneo want to increase gas power at Douala to 100Mw +
why do Grenor what to build a gas plant in Douala 150Mw, &,
why are there plans to convert & Increase Dibamba to gas?
Surely if the government has no interest, in gas
& as you imply, little or no need, then why would all the above
have been proposed, & planned, to such a degree???
If power consumption is imcreasing by 6% + a year
so 60mw every year,
how will exsisting hydro's keep the lights on??
bigsmoke
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and the yanks
Today 12:03
keep ooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn buying.




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