Given that most people probably thought we wouldn't have a company come end of month. But I'm not celebrating, or even smiling, just yet...
We have a long way to go. Bill's managed to pull one out of the bag but hell, he owes us WAY more than that. This has been a couple of years of sheer misery here for most original pis and until this company is generating cash and/or producing, many investors are still horrifically in the red. I was in at 10 pence at the beginning because I believed in the company fundamentals and management, and I feel elements therein let people down.
I wasn't prepared to throw any more hard-earned money at a company that may have gone belly up by now. Now I know we have something, I'll begin to average down, in the hope of getting at least something back. But I feel NEW still has a lot to prove and the ball's now in NEW's court to deliver comms clearly, in a timely fashion and do what they say on the packet. No more p1ss-balling about, please.
Its amazing to see different viewed people on the board at specific times. Its really funny now that we have solid news of something happening here derampers have come trying to get at a good price its so obvious why else do you come on to a board and slate a share or maybe these people are lonely have no life and have gone through all the stocks on lse and thought they will help us out by giving us their opinion.
At last the Sheikh is revealed. Setting aside the FACT that he is not the third in line to the throne, he is a documented associate of the Doctor. Together they visited the White House in Washington (it's in the visitors book for 1 April 2011!) where photos show them being welcomed an shown round. You'd think the President would be more respectful to a middle east potentate than to make him join a Guided Tour.
Mea Culpa. I appear to have carelessly posted a link to a form of advertising promoting goods and services. I've been dealt with in the appropriate administrative manner.
Meanwhile it's a wet morning so I feel ready for a bit of research into the Dialogue Among Civilizations Centre and the International Organization for Economic Development (see http://www.ioedf.org). After all, our New benefactor helped found one and is an Ambassador for the other. Who knows, it might even provide some evidence of credibility regarding this golden but slothful ("use it or lose it") deal maker.
Niel Petroleum Partners with Kuwait LUXEMBOURG - Niel Petroleum has partnered with three exploitation and export of Kuwaiti oil.
Strong presence on the African continent, Niel Petroleum, active in the exploration and production of hydrocarbons, just open the doors of Kuwait and the Gulf countries. The Luxembourg company concluded Thursday a partnership with Al Maraam, a Kuwaiti company with a license to the exploration, development and international sales of oil.
"This is a rare and important because it allows license to export. Kuwait wants to produce 4 million barrels per day within four years, against 2.8 million today. We have a share of this market, "welcomes Dr. Alfahaid shareholder representative Al Maraam Thursday in Luxembourg. His participation in a private capacity, 20 million U.S. dollars allows it to enter up to 20% in the capital of Niel. The latter can thus complete its stake to 75% in the British New World Oil and Gas, specializing in oil exploitation.
For € 5 million, New World acquired 49% of Al Maraam shares and 60% of its economic interests. The group of technical and financial expertise created must be profitable at best Al Maraam licenses.
"It is impossible to accurately calculate the return on investment, but drilling in Kuwait is safe and there is little failure. The question is whether it is positive or very positive, "says Laurent Foucher, President Neil Petroleum
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