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Share Price: 37.65Bid: 37.25Ask: 38.05Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bowleven
Spread: 0.80Spread as %: 2.15%Open: 37.50High: 38.85Low: 37.00Yesterday’s Close: 37.65


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Rivendell666
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More technology
1 Jun '17
""" Pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation, we have pioneered a game-changer that unlocks small and stranded gas fields once uneconomical to explore.

PETRONAS Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (PFLNG) is a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility custom-built as a vessel to liquefy, produce, store and offload LNG. It will play a significant role in PETRONAS' efforts to unlock the gas reserves in Malaysia's remote and stranded fields deemed uneconomical to develop and evacuate.
"""

https://www.petronasofficial.com/floating-lng

C'mon Biya ... you know you want one...........
C'mon Chantal .... think how many hair dryers you could run .......

ps On National Geographic channel you can catch-up with it's building in a "Megastructures"
documentary........

pps who needs a jetty ..... https://www.wartsila.com/media/news/27-03-2017-wartsila-partners-in-important-jettyless-lng-transfer-concept
 
mateyboy
Posts: 2,254
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xel hey
1 Jun '17
another damp squib, had so much promise too :(
200607
Posts: 14
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Lifes full of 'ifs'
1 Jun '17
but I seriously thought about selling here and going into hurricane at 10p last year but then I said no surely news will come here first.....!!! ARRGGGGGGGGG
200607
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Neil
1 Jun '17
I need 60p to make good on a few years of bad trades inculding xcite!!!!! or xcshite
neilmac2002
Posts: 326
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RE: The worst part is
1 Jun '17
Hang in there, 34p very soon and 50p+ by the end of the year apparently
200607
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The worst part is
1 Jun '17
5-6 years with nothing to show for it and this had so much potential back then or even 3 years ago
200607
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I will refrain that
1 Jun '17
I am starting to get old!!!
200607
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Time to sell or move on??
1 Jun '17
5/6 years here is starting to get old now :-(
1msn
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Article
31 May '17
Biya and SNH chief block Cameroon’s Etinde
By Miriam Malek
30 May 2017
The president of Cameroon, Paul Biya, and the head of state-owned oil company SNH, Adolphe Moudiki, are blocking development of the Etinde gas field despite its approval by parliament more than two years ago, two sources involved with the matter have told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.

Jersey-based explorer NewAge and Russia’s Lukoil each hold 30% stakes in the project, while Edinburgh-based Bowleven has 20% equity and SNH holds the remaining 20%.

The government initially agreed to SNH taking a 20% paying interest stake in Etinde, which requires the government to also put forward funding for the permit. However, SNH would now like its share for free and is not willing to contribute financing. Cash-strapped SNH has rejected a funding proposal by NewAge.

There has been disagreement about how gas from Etinde should be used. The government of Cameroon would like to use the gas to develop fertilisers. NewAge and its partners would like to send the gas to an FLNG project, which could export LNG to global markets.

A campaign to convince the government to allow the project to proceed is under way and has the support of Philémon Yang, the prime minister of Cameroon, but Biya and Moudiki are refusing to meet with the companies, the sources said. NewAge and Lukoil have also approached the UK’s high commissioner as well as the UK and Russian embassies to support their case. The project stakeholders have arranged at least three meetings with Biya, but all have subsequently been cancelled.

Drilling demands
A legal source in Yaoundé told Interfax Natural Gas Daily that SNH is demanding NewAge drills at least two more wells to guarantee sufficient reserves will be available to run an FLNG project.

The two extra wells would need to shore up enough reserves to feed both the FLNG vessel and a domestic fertiliser plant.

There are plans by NewAge to drill an appraisal well on the Intra-Isongo field in the Etinde permit in Q4 2017 and another well in 2018, Jean-Baptiste Bouzard, senior West Africa analyst at Wood Mackenzie, told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.

Around 14 development wells would need to be drilled after the appraisal wells, the project sources said.

"The government would like gas from Etinde to supply a power and fertiliser plant near the town of Limbe," Bouzard said. "However, there is currently no experienced company to build and operate these plants. Given the absence of local offtaker, upstream partners continue to favour export options."

The government has been prioritising the development of so-called legacy projects, the Etinde sources said. "They want projects that they can point to and say ‘we did that’, not ones that are offshore and out of sight," one source said. "The fact that the government can’t make money [on the fertiliser plant] seems to be irrelevant."
NT22
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So it worked?
31 May '17
Up 5%!!
Presume a second or third or 4 th partner for coc
Otherwise would expect more rns and them being over 30%
They are getting it well under value and can't see anyone stopping them 43p 15% above high for the year




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