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Share Price: 0.98Bid: 0.96Ask: 1.03Change: -0.005 (-0.51%)Faller - Victoria Oil
Spread: 0.07Spread as %: 7.29%Open: 0.95High: 1.00Low: 0.95Yesterday’s Close: 0.985


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chris211
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Voger
6 Apr '14
Just read your post reference selling.

Will you see 2.8P again, I don't know. But even I would not be selling at these prices. The group is looking as though it will come into profit and once FIL is over selling I would think this would come under upwards pressure.

I am bearish on this one but I think in a while you will get at least some of your losses back.

Just think about it carefully.
 
oldtimer
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Rns
6 Apr '14
Most people would think that any /all information put into an rns is true, but it would look like pure lies at times. Surely there must be a legal method of taking the company to court if it can be proven that much of what has been put into an rns is based on lies to keep many investors on board.
confusion2
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RE: RNS
6 Apr '14
I agree, a bit confusing considering this from the end of Feb, Line 7! Customer owned "generators". Yes, it is VOG gas!

"The new production line of beer called "Line 7" Guinness Cameroon will run on natural gas. This information was given at the inauguration ceremony which took place in the country's economic capital, the seat of the brewery Bassa.
In a statement released Tuesday, a subsidiary of Diageo said his choice of significantly reduce its carbon emissions. To this end, it has provided electric generators based on natural gas.
At a cost of more than $ 18.7 million, the new unit of Guinness Cameroon will increase the speed of bottling operations and increase the storage capacity of raw materials and pollute less the environment in which it develops its activity.
For example, "Line 7" is already connected to the treatment plant wastewater to help Guinness Cameroon's commitment to operate in strict compliance with environmental standards.
Number 2 in the brewing sector in Cameroon, a subsidiary of Diageo owns 15% share of the Cameroonian market. This is a British company specializing in alcoholic beverages. Globally, it is the most important in the production of alcohol and spirits. This group was formed following the merger of two companies in 1997, Grand Metropolitan PLC and Guinness.
Options Guinness Cameroon environmental reinforce the value and quality of its production and thus enjoyed by the company with the Cameroonian people."
Ladynoluck
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Frank
6 Apr '14
Hope your right been invested here years so will see it to the end never know we just might get a miracle. Jam pan back on tomorrow business as usual. Old horse says Nay Nay and thrice Nay to that.
oldtimer
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Naks
6 Apr '14
I think most of the rns's are sent with the intent to confuse so we can not understand them, we have no chance to hold the company to tell the full storey.
gaf11
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investors show
6 Apr '14
Did anyone go.
2.B.Frank
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Lady no luck
6 Apr '14
I know how you feel but Many are in the same position.The Chris bloke has no more idea than you or I.Things might improve dont listen.
naks
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Old timer
6 Apr '14
I asked this as soon as I read the Rns why would you order 5/6 gensets figure keeps changing by the way rented months ago when the pipe work is only ready for three none of it makes sense I doubt they were ever in customs it was a smoke screen for the lack of progress also so much for the work being pushed on by having Grimm on board
oldtimer
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RNS
6 Apr '14
From the RNS I find this section most confusing

Gas supply installation to Gensets is well advanced and permits have been received by our customers to allow them to auto-generate.

1)
Six Gensets are currently being installed by GDC with gas also being supplied to a seventh unit owned by a customer.
2)
The Gensets and connections are all being installed within existing customer's premises. Extensive surveying of customer sites and power transition planning must take place before engineering work starts.
3)
All pipeline work has been completed for the first 3 Gensets and commissioning engineers will arrive soon in Douala. The first Gensets are scheduled to come online in early May 2014

So if they are currently being installed Why do they need extensive surveying work done Before engineering work starts, ? So are they being installed or not? WHAT IS GOING ON.
Ladynoluck
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Voger
6 Apr '14
What about us in 5p club Chris told us we will never see our money again so tried to get it back elsewhere only to find that that tanked too. What little we have left looks like we will have to put it in safer shares like Lloyds boring but safer than gambling in aim casino. Then again if I had been sensible I would have locked it away in an ISA and it would have been safe. Im a gambler and always will be but unfortunately for me my gambling hasn't worked no happy ending for me and the old horse. Expensive lesson learnt play with fire and you get burnt OUCHH.



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