No point, off to the rife tomorrow for a couple of weeks, agree the elections are an important part of the process but having worked in that part of the world for over 20 years I have little faith that the sand dancers can agree on anything, they are masters at cutting their nose off to spite their face, particularly when tribal interests are involved, no matter will be sitting drinking a cold one in Christianos tomorrow and forget about this for 2 weeks, all the best and hope I come back to a triple figure SP
Absolutely! good to see that the stone you crawled out from under has be warmed by the sun so your seeing things a bit clearer now. I will enjoy chatting to you when our sp is multiples of it's current standing. I'm off out now so have fun, I know you like it here :-)
Over million barrels by now, perhaps someone has the exact figure. Baghdad is due a govt change shortly. It's all speculation as to how it will turn out but I would guess that the Kurdish vote will be quite important and they will want concessions on oil etc
..this is an amazing share, people are happy even when the SP goes down, because it's an "opportunity" to BUY, likewise, people are actually UNHAPPY when it goes UP, I mean you can't go wrong with GKP!
Not being easily fooled is not to be confused with wearing 'rosy tints' If you believe the CPR then you just might be better off in another share perhaps. After all Canaccord recently gave us their expert opinion that we are only worth around £1 so not a lot of upside here. On the other hand they valued that minnow explorer TRP at £2.40 so bags of upside there. Perhaps that's the better play. Personally I don't believe any of the firstname.lastname@example.org that's being bandied around. We have a political situation in the way of progression and when that is overcome EVERYTHING will change. If it were not in everyone's interests to get the oil to market I would be less optimistic. I'm keeping my Rosy's on, clean and polished.
Any idea how much is in storage - must be holding ours, Genel's and a host of smaller ones. I agree that its unlikely that Turkey will sit on it forever, but they could just elect to pay Baghdad and leave them to screw Kurdistan again
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