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Share Price: 68.50Bid: 68.50Ask: 68.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Victoria Oil
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.36%Open: 71.50High: 71.50Low: 68.00Yesterday’s Close: 68.50


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jointhedots
Posts: 170
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Price:54.75
ENEO need VOG
29 Jan '15
The extract below is from an article today that I think amply illustrates why ENEO needs VOG to help prevent power cuts, not just for inconvenience or industrial disruption, it is apparently causing deaths.

I believe the EIA is being assessed for the extension of the Kribi plant and ENEO/Globelec are trying to raise the money to push ahead with development, they are on a path to expansion. There is absolutely no reason why ENEO would not also expand the generation capacity around Douala as it is the hub of activity and probably still uses more energy than the rest of the country put together.

The current ENEO deal is just the first step, a game change that opens up other opportunities, and now VOG have a relationship it should be easier to do new deals.

"Untimely power cuts, bush fires and various negligence causing many dramas.

Power cut! Place the silence and darkness in a home in Yaounde. Hardly occupants spend to plan B, the light returns. It shines intensely. Whistles from neon lights and raise questions. This shot is not unique to this home. Untimely power cuts are increasing in Yaoundé since the beginning of the dry season. So, next cold and disease time, other dangers lurk. And this last week, the sudden return of the electric current has not been without consequence to Anguissa neighborhood. The studio Nua occupied by the couple was swept away by the flames in their absence. Children have been spared thanks to the prompt intervention of the neighbors.

If they have escaped last year in the same period, three children aged 0-5 years have not been so fortunate. They were calcined at Mimboman area, because of a lighted candle and left by parents at the bedside during a power cut. In addition, three others were burned Nkoabang. Similarly in Douala where different cases were recorded during the same period with loss of life and property damage."

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Whitesman
Posts: 78
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:54.75
The Waiting Game.
29 Jan '15
ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
mrJimV
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bawbag
29 Jan '15
Maybe it is all looking positive . Dont want to look all doom and gloom not good for the heart . We are only talking of a few weeks and the power stations get used with gas .
bawbag
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Mr Jim v
28 Jan '15
You remind me of pb 303 posts in 30 days all positive just saying
Mr.B
Posts: 275
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Re: mrJimV
28 Jan '15
Just testing you. lol
mrJimV
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RE: Re: mrJimV
28 Jan '15
Haha , you mean more than 3 scuffs wet season , yeah me to I am hoping more like 5 scuffs , if ENEO was going to give cash away they would have kept the scuffs low as possible on the take or pay , dry season I am looking at 12 scuffs , it wont be long now then i would think vog would give us a regular update .
Mr.B
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Re Potty
28 Jan '15
Try Yorkshire tea for a more accurate prediction :)
Mr.B
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Re: mrJimV
28 Jan '15
Thanks for that.

According to wikipedia the months of Nov and Dec look pretty dry to me.

I'm sure, as Foo has stated, they will be using more than 3 scuffs in the dry season months of Nov and Dec
PottyTime
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RE: Potty
28 Jan '15
I think Gentleman Jim is spot on Edna. 92p is about right. My tea leaves tell me £1.00 within two years but they've been wrong before.
A new church roof will cost 34 guineas is badly needed because the tithe tax has been withdrawn and the village pond (with ducking stool circa 1993) needs a new licence. We have a number of natterjack toads and newts in the pond one of which has been named Wartsila by the verger. I'll buy the Pomade when 92p is reached. It's not long now
mrJimV
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RE: RE: mrJimV
28 Jan '15
Mr.B Sorry about that not sure why I put Aug , maybe that is the start of CNG ,lol





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