Closer to the production proppantów in Poland (DM) | 05-08-2014 10: 07
Positive test culminated in the production of ceramic proppantów used for prospecting and exploration of gas and oil. Research for Baltic Ceramics has been carried out in the United States and in Poland.
The purpose of the tests was the analysis of the impact of the various stages of production on the quality of the final product. Technological process includes, among other things. grinding of the raw material, its granulation, and then drying and classification (the factions) proppantów. A positive test result allows the company to start engineering installation processing line. On the basis of the results of research it will be possible to integrate the various elements of the production line in a way that ensures the highest quality of proppantów produced on an industrial scale.
Tests have been carried out and reviewed in independent research centres. We make it sure that the proppanty ceramic manufactured according to a patented by Baltic Ceramics technology will be of the highest quality. The results of the analyses will be used to develop the project of the final line to optimize the manufacturing process, "says Dariusz Janus, Chairman of the Board of Baltic Ceramics Investments S.A.
Baltic Ceramics creates in Lubsko only within the European Union, the development of production technology of ceramic proppantów. As part of this investment in research and development center of ceramic Proppantów and manufacturing facility, producing 60 thousand. tonnes, and ultimately, 135 thousand. tons of proppantów annually, which match will be ok. 5 percent of global demand for this material. For this purpose the company has received funding from the National Center for research and development. The total amount of funding granted amounted to more than $ 46 million.
xrated..spot on..sle are about to turn with these results..even bnk update wasn't that bad with flow rates of 200,000/400,000cfd and spikes of 1mmcfd on a few producing fracs and with 79% fluids still presentThanks REM)..
so now we wait..got to be an update of sorts with pnr very soon..exciting times for sle..cheers links
San leon should not make a decision until 3 legs completes it's entire test on it's well. The results will be excellent . The location of SLE we'll Is even far better than 3 legs. Sle must hold out for a new partner and secure good terms to develop 1.2 million acres. So SLE guys , don't rush it find out the flow rates and the get the best deal for us . Morocco drill with Genel has the potential of a Billion barrel field. Albanians high pressure gas fields now look promising, If ,and I expect 3 legs to produce great flow rates , San Leon will recover back to 10 pence. As expected of Genel . If they gel lucky then we hit 20/30 pence. During the later part of this year, as SLE completes it's joint venture and by Xmas their frack results will blow us all away, SLE is for turning
I would say there isn't many shareholders who want to..I have posted there a few times but that's all(although not invested)I think maybe the problem is that they have stated they will exit and give any monies back to shareholders(which wont be hardly anything) if this well is a flop..but imo I think that rns looks very impressive with 25 successful fracs which have been stimulated with 310,000lbs of propent per frac!!..we just await the good news I think..cheers links
Not a problem but I do like things to fit together. Seems to me were all getting exited over 3 Legs apparently perfect drill and what it could mean to SLE.....Yet no one on their bb even bothers to post for more than 3 days. Common sense is knocking on my door and asking why this could be....Any Idea?
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