Are we on our way back to 85 again ?? Sure is a sounder trend forming but given the 'heavier duty' developments within a home made Pot Noodles' reach it shouldn't be surprising even by Mr. Markets standards of logic. You never know, W.Med and the Potty tribal lands may be flogged this year- 'closed auction' or not.
With the monopoly that VOG have and no competition in the next few years, I cannot see any other share that has the potential to really pay off its investors , it's really fortunate for myself to have been able to buy and sell at the right time , since this was up near 6p and still have an average of 1.2 ish , and having enough in cash and no wife to support no need to sell for a couple of years in which time this should be back to 6 again, very heavily involved here, millions of shares.
can't see grimm not paying up and going back to arbitration, he asked for an independent audit, he will look very silly if after it he would not pay.
i think what someone posted the other day re buying processing plant not being bought until grimms payment is in makes sense, they have a certain amount of money in the bank and spending it on river crossing and pipe laying to get the scuffs up is more important,
so it would appear that yet again our partner is holding up our progress. and costing us shareholder a steady rise in sp and news flow.
maisy it's in the interest of cam government to use the gas that is now coming on line. there is going to be a lot of money going into there coffers in tax if gas is used. power supply is one thing, getting money in is what any government really care about, it is going to happen, its just at what price.
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