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Share Price: 14.50Bid: 13.00Ask: 16.00Change: -1.00 (-6.45%)Faller - Zoltav Res
Spread: 3.00Spread as %: 23.08%Open: 15.50High: 15.50Low: 14.50Yesterday’s Close: 15.50


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BondiMike
Posts: 116
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:14.50
EUROPE
Today 19:25
Would Europe dare to ease sanctions
As America increases Sanctions. Anything could happen.
 
DARKBLUE
Posts: 773
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:15.50
Re:Sanctions
Today 11:00
The U.S. Congress is set to approve legislation that will tighten sanctions on Russia, but more importantly, it will gut the President’s authority to unilaterally remove those sanctions.

The sanctions come in response to the Russian interference in the U.S. 2016 presidential election, and they will target Russia’s oil and gas industry. "It will rearrange the way the global energy industry does business with Russia and significantly increase the risk around dealings with Russia,” Elizabeth Rosenberg, a senior fellow and director of the energy, economics and security program at the Center for a New American Security, said on July 23, according to S&P Global Platts.

The bill is intended to deter investment in Russian energy projects, forbidding U.S. companies from investing in shale, deepwater or Arctic oil and gas projects in which Russian companies control a greater than 33 percent stake. By and large that will affect mostly Russian projects, but a handful of projects outside of Russia’s borders will also be targeted.

The bill is a setback for U.S. President Donald Trump, who has repeatedly signaled his desire to soften relations with Russia. The legislation strips him of his power to remove sanctions on his own, instead requiring some consent by Congress. The President could still veto the pending legislation, but with supermajorities likely, his position will be all but irrelevant. Acknowledging this reality, the White House suggested over the weekend that the President might agree to sign the bill into law. The U.S. House of Representatives is slated to vote on Tuesday.

But President Trump is not the only one with reservations about the new sanctions. The European Union is angry that the legislation could damage major energy projects in Europe, hitting European companies doing business with Russian firms. According to a memo written by the European Commission, and reported on by the FT, “the measures could impact a potentially large number of European companies doing legitimate business under EU measures with Russian entities in the railways, financial, shipping or mining sectors, among others.” Brussels says the sanctions could impact natural gas production off the coast of Egypt, gas pipelines in Ukraine, and gas projects in the Caspian. The impact would be “wide and indiscriminate,” the European Commission said.
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But it is the Nord Stream 2 pipeline that is likely receiving the most attention, a major project that could also become ensnared in the new U.S. restrictions. The proposed pipeline would double the capacity of the existing Nord Stream 1, which moves natural gas from Russia to Germany via the Baltic Sea.

The European Union is reportedly discussing retaliatory measures against the American legislation, according to the FT, should it become law. These measures consist of several options, including requesting assuran
DARKBLUE
Posts: 773
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:15.50
RE: Saudi offshore oilfields
Thu 19:14
Limited I think you are right ,Venezuela has big problems and could stop production,and as you mentioned the Saudi
Oil pipe corrosion issues,could half what they produce,
Babysham
Posts: 402
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:15.50
RE: Saudi offshore oilfields
Wed 12:07
Down on now sells again.
limited
Posts: 3,523
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:16.50
Saudi offshore oilfields
14 Jul '17
Manifa has hit technical problems. Global oil glut could disappear in weeks if not resolved soon. Then watch oil prices rocket.
DARKBLUE
Posts: 773
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:16.50
Re true value
13 Jul '17
Thanks for you response with regards to my questions ,I value your input snd knowledge.

God bless
sch1
Posts: 21
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:16.50
True value
12 Jul '17
Back in 2014 the 2 billion rubles revenue we made in 2016 would have been @ 30rub to usd would have equate to $66m revenue plus both gas and oil price were roughly double then so looking at $122m revenue so £1.70 would have been good value
Babysham
Posts: 402
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:16.50
RE: True value
12 Jul '17
Look at the investors...serious players. This is all down to politics...wrong time to expand/JV. Patience is key. There's hardly any free float so when this moves shares will be scarce and it will fly.
DARKBLUE
Posts: 773
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:16.50
True value
11 Jul '17
This share was over 170 in 2014-2015 now it's at an all time low,bid 15 ,what is the true value ? Or was it just a pump and dump ,
DARKBLUE
Posts: 773
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:16.50
Limited
9 Jul '17
if you have the balls it would be a great time to top up




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