Sorry mate, but what's changed since the permits were issued and we hit 1p. Surely sentiment was poor then, the fact that we are in production should have boosted everyone's resolve. IMO but WTFDIK cos IAAFI ;)))
Doesn't really explain why we are sitting sub .7, when we went over 1p on permits alone. Sure a few, quite a lot by the looks of it, have bailed, suppressing the rise but we should still be well beyond the current sp IMO.
Nice to see the red flasher at work this morning..it looks like we're finally on our way. 57,000 CM per day flowing.. And let's not forget that's just from Zone 1 headed by the glorious # 32 well, There's still zone 2 to come into play @ 14,000 CM per day from #35 & #41 wells.. Zone 3 to kickstart and the mysterious V#18 well that rarely gets a mention.. The still to be officially confirmed 370 metre borehole North West of well # 32 to drill (Feb 28th) .. All good stuff and more to come methinks..I think we will hear more of this North Western portion of the field, And yes "Greater Mtsare Khevi Gas Complex".. I like how they've worded that..Lets hope they go full bore to get this gas out now.. they need to, because this gas is capping between 11-19 million barrels of oil in deeper zones throughout this complex. Poor Adam & Drif.. Well missed
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