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Share Price: 61.00Bid: 57.50Ask: 62.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
Spread: 4.50Spread as %: 7.83%Open: 61.00High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 61.00



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Searcher
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Anything posted today
28 Apr '15
Worth reading??

Just thought I would ask before wasting my time reading
Thanks :)
 
FQ320MR
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Frus
28 Apr '15
Calm down fella - relax - breath !!!

MR
frus
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28 Apr '15
We know this stock is cheap. Up to 4p even before a RNS in the next 3 weeks on Rawicz. This is well and truly SLE's year/ The bears are hoping they can deramp this stock enough to dump and get back in with the bulls. They need to do this within the next 3 weeks before they go bust.Dont let these manipulators win. this stock is only going one way, they know it and are scared to death. Dont let them get away with it and keep the momentum going BUY BUY and then BUY some more. Onwards and upwards very much looking forward to a fortnight's time when many true investors on this bb will be out celebrating. 2 weeks before huge news 7-10p by xmas, in 2weeks 5p is a fair target. that flare looks amazing. I guess that all that is left to say is BOOOOM SHAKALAKA and then do funny little dances. By the 2nd week of March 2.5-3p easy. The next prospect is a billion dollar revenue creator for SLE (sierkierki) Its going to be an interesting 12 weeks.Champions of Poland. Get with the programme.

No I'm not going up the Pole oops!...No that's all Dandy work I'm sure anyone can easily see what he's trying to do.
To recap he recently invested £8k and I think at least one other amount but no matter IMO this just show's the extreme's people go to in order to try to boost their investment....Its called ramping Dandy. Since the 17th Feb every single one of your outlandish ramps have proved to be rubbish. I have said before IMO you don't come across as genuine. when 3 month ago you admitted that you knew very little about SLE yet ever since you put yourself out to be an expert and attempt to put down poster's who have year's of experience and to be honest you do post with apparent confidence and experience. IMHO I think you are part of a multi ID I have someone in mind who I think you are.....If your not, then your doing a very good impersonation. Have you spoken to your polish source recently.
Speculat0r
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RE: there's a rabbit away somewhere..
28 Apr '15
Flogging this old horse again Kwid? Sigh...as has already been said on here numerous times some less promising concessions have been released in order to save on payments, a prudent action considering the collapse in oil price (already recovering somewhat as we speak), as part of this we get first rights to reopen them if we so choose. From 21st August 2014 SLE update: 'As part of its asset optimisation strategy, the Company has exited Germany and Slovakia. In Poland, nine concessions have been partly or fully relinquished, while the Company has also relinquished the Tarfaya oil shale licence in Morocco, where the Timahdit licence offers greater oil shale potential'. If the genuine investors here are like Sesame Street then the derampers are clearly the 'muppets'. Time will show who is right.
Speculat0r
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RE: commercial oasis
28 Apr '15
Touché old chap, set you up for that come back. However most O&G exploration companies are looking for assets, hence why they are called O&G exploration companies. 'ephemeral licensee'? Are you referring to the farming out process? If so I think it is fairly popular in the industry tbh. We will see how big the 'rabbit is shortly'. No tears now when SLE comes good...
Kwidzyn
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RE: commercial oasis
28 Apr '15
Who ever said SLE's assets were tangible?
Many geologists or petroleum companies like to quantify the tangibility of their assets.
SLE prefers the tactic of the ephemeral licensee. Unless you believe in rabbits jumping out of hats, don't think its a strategy thats going to catch on in the industry.
Speculat0r
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RE: commercial oasis
28 Apr '15
It's hard to insult something that is intangible Kwid
Kwidzyn
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commercial oasis
28 Apr '15
Just hit commercial?
Yep, same sort of commercial they had with Lewino, Turkey and Morrocco shale, barryroe - all these commercial interests producing how many BOE? you can insult your own intelligence, but don't insult mine.
Kwidzyn
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Explorers
27 Apr '15
Welcome to SLE, the first oil and gas explorer to manage it's assets on a timeshare basis, see what happens when you put a property manager in charge of an oil company and then charges the company for its management of properties. How long can this joke continue - it defies all sense and logic. Even poldark wouldn't be able to turn the fortunes around.
ct2000
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RE: bnk
27 Apr '15
Due to the difficult oil and gas price environment we are currently in, the Company has determined that it will give up its interest in the Trzebielino and Bytow concessions and will concentrate its effort on the Slupsk concession owned by Saponis, where the Ordovician shale is not as deep as the Bytow and Trzebielino concessions.





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