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Share Price: 51.50Bid: 50.50Ask: 53.00Change: -5.00 (-8.85%)Faller - San Leon
Spread: 2.50Spread as %: 4.95%Open: 54.00High: 54.00Low: 51.50Yesterday’s Close: 56.50



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honestsid
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Linksdean and his summer shorts
14 Apr '15
got too many pairs have you links. lol
 
frus
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LSE
14 Apr '15
Bit slow with the closing sp. still not updated the day chart but we did close up at 1.31
haifwit
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re very sorry
14 Apr '15
Glad you agree about the company being successful

But your posting style being a tad on the negative doesn't always show it lol
honestsid
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RE: very sorry
14 Apr '15
To say but its true some posters on this bb are desperate for the company to succeed

Relentless posting

Must be tired after a hard days work
haifwit
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very sorry
14 Apr '15
To say but its true some posters on this bb are desperate for the company to fail

Relentless posting

Must be tired after a hard days work
honestsid
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The wifes Present is here!!!!!
14 Apr '15
New Landrover discovery Sport, 15 plate, ready ... I am off to play.

Bought with money made by releasing capital tied up in SLE and making successful investments elsewhere.

Remember that Telegraph/credit-suisse posted article below;

"Some people insist on holding in there and waiting for it to climb back to neutral," Hochberg points out, "even though they might be ignoring a chance to sell and put the money into a vehicle that could earn 30 percent."

See you later desperate rampers.
honestsid
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RE: From 2011
14 Apr '15
"This is not just a well or a small field. This is a game changer, for everyone that’s involved here in Poland."

Yep still waiting for the game changer, 4 years later.
honestsid
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RE: exactly
14 Apr '15
Linksdean

If you can say I am a non-holder I can say you are shorting SLE.

You are aren't you?
honestsid
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RE: haifwit
14 Apr '15
links, the best way to realise your dreams is to wake up.
ct2000
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From 2011
14 Apr '15
SAN LEON ENERGY: PATIENCE, PLEASE, IN POLAND

Shale gas exploration is risky, according to San Leon Energy’s Director of Exploration John Buggenhagen, who spoke about assessing the prospects for shale development in Poland at Shale Gas World Europe 2011.

“If you came for answers,” he quipped, “you’re going to leave disappointed, because you’re going to leave with more questions. We are in a very early phase of the exploration here in Poland.”

Mr. Buggenhagen said he was a bit irritated with press reports that had written off Poland’s shale gas prospects. “They create fear and panic in the marketplace and that takes away everything we are trying to do in the industry.”

As an example, he showed a quote from the Economist which wrote that the geology was “less favorable” in Poland than in North America.

He continued: “I think everyone needs to ask themselves, how we’re going to get from here to commercial gas production that’s going to change the energy environment in Europe, and here in Poland locally.”

Mr. Buggenhagen explained that San Leon was a small, listed company that had built a tremendous asset base through acquisitions of companies, taking advantage of the tough market conditions. “Through takeovers of two Canadian companies and an Irish one, we’ve amassed one of the largest shale gas portfolios in Europe, and that’s significant because it’s how we’ve gone about doing this that is the first step in where shale gas is going in Poland.”

He said San Leon’s core portfolio started in Poland, that he himself had been looking into opportunities for five years and the key to that was being on the ground.

“Recent acquisitions of Realm Energy have increased our portfolio. We also have almost 2.5 million acres under application in Spain for unconventional gas; we also have significant applications in France; and we are looking at other countries as well including Morocco, where we have a tremendous shale gas position, again limited by some of the political issues.”

When one looked at the resource estimates, according to him, one saw tremendous numbers. “Just net to my company in Poland, we have the potential for more than 40 TCF of recoverable gas – those numbers are scalable throughout our portfolio. This is not just a well or a small field. This is a game changer, for everyone that’s involved here in Poland.”





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