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Share Price: 0.815Bid: 0.81Ask: 0.82Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Solo Oil
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 1.23%Open: 1.15High: 1.305Low: 0.805Yesterday’s Close: 0.815


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steve58
Posts: 764
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Price:0.90
share price
Wed 22:13
If hh delivers probably be sold to one of the major oil/gas
companies maybe retain a very small say 1% stake.

Tanzanier will probably increase investment with aminex
to 13%.

Solo changing to a producer exploration company so may
not farm out/sell ntorya may go it alone with aminex although
an offer to buy out their stake may materialise before that
stage is reached.

Im banking on 6p by middle of 2015 but 10p would be great.
 
mainshare
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RE: 6p
Wed 22:11
did you not miss the 10p extra...for the buyout price...
DPLSOLO
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6p
Wed 22:05
Too cheap :) like it
lynthip
Posts: 27
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.90
Frog
Wed 22:02
Very interesting thanks
lynthip
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Frog
Wed 22:00
Thanks much better zzzzz
FROGLEGS
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RE: Frog
Wed 21:59
Sorry ssssshhhhhh

Some 77% worldwide is used as a weighting agent for drilling fluids in oil and gas exploration to suppress high formation pressures and prevent blowouts. As a well is drilled, the bit passes through various formations, each with different characteristics. The deeper the hole, the more barite is needed as a percentage of the total mud mix. An additional benefit of barite is that it is non-magnetic and thus does not interfere with magnetic measurements taken in the borehole, either during logging-while-drilling or in separate drill hole logging. Barite used for drilling petroleum wells can be black, blue, brown or gray depending on the ore body. The barite is finely ground so that at least 97% of the material, by weight, can pass through a 200-mesh (75-μm) screen, and no more than 30%, by weight, can be less than 6 μm diameter. The ground barite also must be dense enough so that its specific gravity is 4.2 or greater, soft enough to not damage the bearings of a tricone drill bit, chemically inert, and containing no more than 250 milligrams per kilogram of soluble alkaline salts.[7]
Damo3250
Posts: 148
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Price:0.90
Barytes
Wed 21:57
lynthip
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Frog
Wed 21:57
Please don't shout you're keeping me awake. As for 6p I wonder if they will do a deal as low as that? Sounds too cheap to me
FROGLEGS
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BARYTES
Wed 21:55
CAN ANY ONE TELL ME WHAT THIS IS ??? WHAT I GATHER ITS A BLOW OUT AGENT . CAN ANY ONE CONFIRM WHAT IT ACTUALLY BEEN USED FOR AT HORSE HILL
mainshare
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RE: 6p
Wed 21:53
and that cheap for a world class asset...imo



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