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Share Price: 7.375Bid: 7.25Ask: 7.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Europa Oil&gas
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 3.45%Open: 7.375High: 7.375Low: 7.375Yesterday’s Close: 7.375



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Anthony_
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RE: Striebs
10 Jan '14
The question of continuing the drill bit at Kiln to explore unconventional plays was put to the company at the last Proactive presentation. HM basically said they would be doing this. I know this company are not the best at singing and dancing about their assets and the PR feed leaves a lot to be desired. That said, their not daft. They avoid jumping on the band wagon with Shale as I imagine we could do without the baggage that can follows this type of play.....at the moment that is

My guess is they will explore exactly what the potential is then sell it or really great farm out terms.
 
crushcutfluor
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The wrath of Kroll
10 Jan '14
Bo is William Ahlafeldt's brother in law, so a bit of an insider to say the least. I met him briefly last year at ProActive and he didn't seem too happy, but I guess having the opportunity to pick up shares at 6p changed his mind!
TheClampetts
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Striebs
10 Jan '14
I agree 100%, particularly with the sentence on testing the unconventional in PEDL 181. They will run out of time if they are not careful. That licence could be quite valuable but the BOD seem to be afraid of the unconventional. Maybe that is why there are no new ventures.
guitarfreak
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striebs
10 Jan '14
hi - yes there is a lot in what you say. The BOD has done itself no favours. Company makers are only that when they realise their potential and if Paul is successful he will have to continue the work that has been done or change it in his own way. I remember Paul when he was with us and when he left. I still think that despite personalities EOG have great potential and i think that they will have their day. The funding will bring them a step further and until then we can wait or vote with our feet. I am in for at least the next year.
Striebs
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RE: subsea
10 Jan '14
I've noticed that companies which issue huge numbers of shares frequently end up trashing their register .

The shares end up somewhere , often concentrated in the hands of takeover specialists looking for a low ball offer which is detrimental to long term shareholders .
Striebs
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RE: subsea
10 Jan '14
Guitarfreak ,

The cash raising at 6p was at best underhand and a cock up and at worst downright contemptuous towards existing sharedholders .

If any of the directors are upset by the reaction and Paul's challenge then they brought it on themselves and attempting to blamebulletin boards is desperate .

Up until the C/R at such as discount and consequently such a dilution , I thought Europa had done pretty much everything right .

You talk about "company makers" but they are only company makers if they come off .

The drills offshore Ireland and in France are binary outcome as is Kiln Lane and it's pretty much a statistical game hence the need to keep the pipeline going .

The attraction of unconventional is that if the resource is there it becomes an engineering challenge to get it out at commercial rates .

There needs to be a plan to test PEDL181 unconventional prospectivity before part of the license area needs to be relinquished .
guitarfreak
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subsea
10 Jan '14
toilet humour is such fun LOL
Seriously though i have been in EOG for yonks and can tell any newcomers that EOG in my opinion have a way of progressing the company money makers. They could focus all effort and funds ( if they have any at the time LOL) iinto one of the' company makers'. Instead they apply a lateral approach of moving the company forward as if lining its ducks into a row. EOG in my view - is a pencil that is being carefully sharpened and went the ducks are lined up - we will be explosive. Until then AIM is a cruel place to trade and if you are not visibly increasing your income, you will be out of the spot light. Yes the BOD could be more informative, yes they finance option taken has diluted the s.p. but the fundamentals remain. GL all EOGers
AIMinvestor88
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Bo Kroll
10 Jan '14
Some information & background if you search for him on Google - looks to own an investment company (although DYOR), either way promising, that one party is taking up decent positions in the EOG showing potential confidence in our 2014 prospects.
Subsea
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Can
10 Jan '14
Bo Groll absorb this drop? Twin ply perhaps?

Judging by the buys and sells it's just MM games.

Roll on 3D results et al............
guitarfreak
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jadee
10 Jan '14
I dont know about Bo Krolls but this sp is bo - llorks !!!



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