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Share Price: 1.40Bid: 1.37Ask: 1.43Change: -0.01 (-0.71%)Faller - Victoria Oil
Spread: 0.06Spread as %: 4.38%Open: 1.40High: 1.40Low: 1.40Yesterday’s Close: 1.41


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PatPending
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its all gone quiet over there
16 Sep '14
Where is everybody, MM's beat you all into submission ???
 
PottyTime
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Radio Douala
15 Sep '14
Here's a little number for you folks out there.
Sing along everybody...

'It's raining Jam
Hallejuja, it's raining jam
da de da...

Goodnight Campers
get_rich_quick
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RE: Weather in Douala
15 Sep '14
May I just remind you of an email that I received on 27-Aug;

"Audit report being prepared by Deloitte, JG payment not overdue as it is dependent on the audit report recommendations".

It does seem that the audit and JG casting his beady eye over it are all intertwined.

Its possible the audit has been completed but it needs to be passed / analysed / agreed by JG's henchmen and then, and only then, will the audit be confirmed and JG's money be released into our grubby hands.

As a quote that I once read on another board;

'Patients is the key'.

Is there a Doctor in the house......?
Hammers1312
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RE: Weather in Douala
15 Sep '14
Voger there is not a lot that VOG can do about the speed at which the audit was/is being completed. Unless there was a specific date when the audit results had to be announced then they are the whim of the auditors and I guess we will find out when they have completed it. Other matters we know from previous experience are inevitably slowed by the African factor, which is not just with VOG but many other companies. At least Foo is no longer putting out the monthly updates which told us nothing but promised future timescales. I am happy to sit and wait.
Nano1
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RE: ha ha ha
15 Sep '14
Is this the voger who was not going to post until news? I was looking forward to a little less petulance for a while.
voger
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RE: Weather in Douala
15 Sep '14
yes it must be poring down in the audit office.
and its impossible to buy that processing plant in all that rain.
nothing changes here, more jam tomorrow is all we have been promised from the start.
marbellamike
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Weather in Douala
15 Sep '14
Take a look at the weather in Douala for the next 14 days.

Not too bad this week but lot more rain forecast for the week after. Cameroon suffers more torrential rain than many parts of Africa but they just get on with life and try not to let it get them down!!

We could do with one or two posters modifying their contrary attitude to VOG ..............It far from Doom and Gloom for VOG just look forward for a few months and all will be revealed!

It's going to be a very positive year ahead.
Hammers1312
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RE: thunder, lightning and rain
15 Sep '14
I remain surprisingly reassured at no news leaking out, as it means that they are concentrating on doing what they need to do, which is getting the gas to customers. I am with Maisy - everything is in place and will happen at its own pace. If it is very wet this week then little work will be done in terms of pipe laying, but there are still plenty of discussions to take place with prospective customers.
voger
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ha ha ha
15 Sep '14
its the weathers fault now.
god you could not make it up.
PottyTime
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Ripples on the millpond
15 Sep '14
No downside to our sp on the week on the 'the vote' (so far anyway). Well done those folks with some dry powder to take full advantage. Can't see many ripples here- on the contrary. The 'uncertainty' should be priced in now anyway. Don't see much flak hitting RBS anyway today.
Time for a peanut and chips lunch before a dance lesson with Gladys Pugh



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