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Share Price: 2.30Bid: 2.25Ask: 2.35Change: -0.15 (-6.12%)Faller - Aminex
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 4.44%Open: 2.40High: 2.50Low: 2.275Yesterday’s Close: 2.45


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TIPTOP
Posts: 4,476
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.95
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RE: gaslady.
3 Nov '14
It sounded like the TPDC requested it to be like that.

"As part of the gas sales arrangements being negotiated, and at TPDC's request, TPDC will now at its own cost construct the tie-in line from the new gas processing plant currently being constructed on Songo-Songo Island to Kiliwani North.  Ndovu has formally granted consent to TPDC to carry out this part of the project. As a consequence of this variation, production from Kiliwani North will now be metered and sold directly at wellhead.  This will save Ndovu both the initial capital as well as ongoing operating expenditures in maintaining the tie-in line."
 
CrustyPete
Posts: 358
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Opinion:Buy
Price:1.95
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RE: gaslady.
3 Nov '14
One reason that AEX may NOT get as good as good a price as Wentworth is due to the fact that the TDPC are building the 2 km pipeline...? They didn't have to do that for Wentworth did they?
TIPTOP
Posts: 4,476
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.95
davey
3 Nov '14
I want to see our debt cleared first. I think that will be a huge land mark moment
TIPTOP
Posts: 4,476
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.95
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RE: gaslady.
3 Nov '14
Lol......If only.

We've had a great relationship with the government and they are desperate for our gas. I really don't think Jay wants to push this issue and take the moral high ground. It will be worth the wait. I can't wait to get my hands on those CPR figures :-)
daveycaferacer
Posts: 1,251
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.95
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RE: gaslady.
3 Nov '14
As Wentworth have theirs, with payment protection, I cannot see why there is a big delay, unless the TPDC will pull a fast one and refuse to complete the 2Km tie-line unless we sign it at a reduced priice below Wentworth's $3.00

Can't we just tipex out Wentworth Resources at the top and hand-write Aminex PLC?!
TIPTOP
Posts: 4,476
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.95
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gaslady.
3 Nov '14
I really think the delay is with the GSA, which is intern holding up the CPR. Jay said we will get booked reserves with the CPR but this can't happen until we have a guaranteed route to market. I think the CPR has been written up Presuming the GSA has been received.
No panic though as we have plenty of other news due
TIPTOP
Posts: 4,476
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.95
gaslady
3 Nov '14
I really think the delay is with the GSA, which is intern holding up the CPR. Jay said we will get booked reserves with the CPR but this can't happen until we have a guaranteed route to market. I think the CPR has been written up Presuming the GSA has been received.
No panic though as we have plenty of other news due
daveycaferacer
Posts: 1,251
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.95
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RE: Again!!
3 Nov '14
I assume they believe it is only really material once the 2Km feeder pipe on Songo Songo island is complete and we have ALL the pipleline infrastructure in place we need.

That said, any positive newsflow would be welcome and a continuing newsflow seems to be a pre-requisite to maintain a Company's value these days
itsfitzy
Posts: 41
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.95
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Again!!
3 Nov '14
Again, why wouldn't AEX release an RNS to let their poor owners know this info? Is there just no point until we have a published GSA?
gaslady
Posts: 260
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:1.95
pipeline, treatment plants competed
3 Nov '14
Further clarification - 16.10.2014
Tanzania Gas Pipeline and Gas Treatment Plants Completed

(CPP News Center) On October 5, CPP completes the most influential project in Tanzania, the Gas Transmission Pipeline and Gas Treatment Plant.

The project consists of two gas treatment plants, one gas pipeline of 508 km traversing south and north and two subsea pipelines of 34 km. The project will mitigate the severe shortage of power in Tanzania, improve its energy composition, and spur the downstream industry as power plant and petrochemical to form a complete petroleum industry chain, which will finally facilitate the Tanzania industrialization and development of East Africa.

http://cpp.cnpc.com.cn/gdjen/newscenter/201410/937e19bb929843c093e6980110fa6169.shtml



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