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Share Price: 0.92Bid: 0.91Ask: 0.93Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Frontera Res
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 2.20%Open: 0.94High: 0.97Low: 0.92Yesterday’s Close: 0.92


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eire0027
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Frr
19 Oct '14
I like this share but haven't invested yet? When do ya reckon 2p
 
bridget1963
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Coggy
19 Oct '14
I'm blaming predictive text too many cuppa s and home sickness well 2 out of 3 anyway. Not been in long and its siesta time for Mrs B. Bit of good news to look forwards to is Rem may have a bounce Monday ,better do cos its giving me one hell of a headache. Wonders of hindsight the latest share slump and a huge wedge of cash would have been great last week massive drops and rebounds all over buyers paradise.. Not long now for Frr to give a little news .?Not comming out of the closet until someone wants to hear about my moonlight cruise !!! G l a
zeps
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Prices of gas in the region from ii
19 Oct '14
zeps
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Oilrefinery
19 Oct '14
16:29:28 | SUNDAY, 19 OCT 2014
Democracy & Freedom Watch
REPORTING ON THE STATE OF GEORGIAN DEMOCRACY
Related:
Georgian PM visiting Azerbaijan
Georgian PM visits Armenia August 21-22
CAUCASUS REGION, NEWS
New oil refinery planned on Georgia’s Black Sea coast
by DFWATCH STAFF | Sep 9, 2013
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Prime Minister of Georgia, Bidzina Ivanishvili. (Interpressnews.)
TBILISI, DFWatch–A new oil refinery will be constructed on the Black Sea coast with Azerbaijani money, according to Georgia’s Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili.
Mr Ivanishvili was speaking during a visit to Riga, where he attended Riga Conference 2013.
Government officials and representatives of international organizations from different countries attended the forum to discuss Euro-Atlantic security, modern challenges, issues of economy, energy and technology development.
The prime minister gave a speech during the working diner to speak about the current situation in Georgia and the government’s plans.
He said that ‘investment activity became stronger in the country since business was released from political pressure.’ He also said that amendments to the tax code have contributed to developing the business environment and to attract new investments.

The PM announced plans to build a new metallurgical plant close to port in Poti, which will cost USD 250 million, while Azerbaijani investors plan to spend about one billion USD on constructing an oil refinery on the Black Sea shores.
According to the prime minister, prices for petrol and electricity have falled by 10 and 21-27 percent, on average. He recalled the plan for a new fund which will assist different fields like energy, high technology, internet technologies and medical projects.
“All these reforms are going on against the background of difficult political coexistence. This is a new challenge for our country and accordingly all is not going so well as we wish,” he added.
zeps
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Bridget
19 Oct '14
New oil refinery planned on Georgia's Black Sea coast | Democracy ...
dfwatch.net/new-oil-refinery-planned-on-georgias-black-sea-coast-61975
Coggy
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bridget
19 Oct '14
I can't answer your question, but would just like to say I'm getting a little worried about you :(

We have all accepted the fact you post under a female name, but I suspect some of the more conservative male board members will be more than a little concerned that you are now ending your posts with a kiss :(

Come out of the closet man, don't be shy!!!! hahahha
bridget1963
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Gas
19 Oct '14
On the subject and forgive me if wrong but wasn't there talk of a gas storage and refinery unit being planed to be built in Georgia also was there a oil refinery mentioned.and far out on a limb with Frr increasing their pipelines all be it collection pipes at some stage all the gas could be hooked up to the main pipelines that are planned and in process of build to supply the European route.memory not working too well today but 4 years springs to mind for gas and oil refineries in Georgia or did the gov put them on hold . x
surf1
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pyrotech
19 Oct '14
Probably best to wait and see what news they release and when surely? Or you can just gamble, past history and all that....
Arsenal221
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RE: On
19 Oct '14
If we could get just a rumour/comment in rns on sale of gas complex that would make us really move
pyrotech
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RE: On
19 Oct '14
thanks for answer
Im still stuck
Which i am overweight in, which i am underweight in?

Guaranteed which ever one i derisk and increase in the other, will be wrong.



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