I was responding to the question that you asked about why the directors were not buying at this price, not why they were not buying six months ago when the share price was 67p. Stop changing the goalposts.
Many thanks for illuminating the fact that the TRACS figures may be inaccurate. It reminded me of something I'd forgotten, that is, big oil finds tend to get bigger and bigger with fuller appraisal. Historical statistics support this. Factor in EOR and we truly have a monster here, well worth thinking about. Just wish those pseudo intellectuals TRACS had given it some thought like you did mate. Anyway thanks again and happy New year to you 😊 GLA Jam
a very interesting article . Judging by the state of the Arab monarchs on the verge of coming to their life ends , the fight of the next generation coming to the thrones will indeed likely make them nervous of the current oil war . From that , it is likely that things may well change quickly back to $100 a barrel
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