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Bowleven Share Chat (BLVN)



Share Price: 35.25Bid: 35.25Ask: 35.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bowleven
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.42%Open: 35.50High: 36.25Low: 35.25Yesterday’s Close: 35.25


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jadee
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pigmonster
8 Feb '17
How many vague rns have we had from the current board over the last few years, for me COC intent is crystal clear - we shareholders will have some money back and a dynamic new view of what this company needs to do to give shareholder value will start to unfold, it's a bit like trump, people have had enough of lying elitists who have had it all their way for far too long, the normal hard working people who have had to pay for their shares are going to have their say
 
Becomingpoor
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RE: Bod
8 Feb '17
Agree - had opportunity last week to spell out how they would link remuneration to PI's wealth.

If so confident why not put 50% of remuneration at risk the share price hits 70p
tiler1
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coc
8 Feb '17
Coc will not get control unless they own 50+ %

Do they have the funds for that ? The next 15% is going to cost them a lot lot more than than their first 15 and they would still have a mountain to climb.

Can't see major II going with them given their limited Oil CV

Chill they are going to make an excellent night watchmen
NT22
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Bod
8 Feb '17
If the bod are really serious they would sign off on revised pay and options
Clear commitment to timescales and revenue generation
Failure with pre signed letters of resignation with no pay off
Success however they get the share options paid out

Clear measurable management
Come on chairman- it's time to deliver
pigmonster
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Coc blvn
8 Feb '17
What makes me **** is COC expect support when all they do is bang out a couple of vague RNS.and people lap it up.. I think it's good that pressures been put on the board to drive the company forward and reduce costs but I don't trust COC a bunch of bankers with an oil company... purely my view
GheeBhee
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RE: Once upon a time....
8 Feb '17
Soap opera and now fairy tale as metaphor. You don't reveal, though, that the chickens and the dogs knew that the thick brown envelope that Ms Curry said was available for Mr Heart to give to Chantal, the village wise woman, was the only thing that would cure the Etinenitis. Trouble was that the ICU at the UK NCA were watching Mr Heart too closely for his comfort and the campaign to repeal.the 2010 Bribery Act was still to get off the ground. So the chickens wanted Heart out of the way and a resident of Monaco, BVI or the Marshall Islands put in his place. So did the dogs.but they couldn't say it in an RNS,now could they?.
Rivendell666
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Once upon a time....
8 Feb '17
Long, long ago, far far away a flock of chickens kept guard over the Golden Goose. Mrs Goose was due to lay a Golden Egg but nobody knew when that would be as she suffered from Etindenitis which delayed the process.

Mr Heart, the farm owner, treated the chickens very badly and flaunted his wealth about the farm, playing golf and racing horses round and round. All the chickens hated him.

One day a kindly young pack of dogs appeared at the gate of the chicken's enclosure and said they wanted to help the chickens. They said they were magic dogs and would share the wealth of the Golden Goose amongst them and that would really hurt Mr Heart. This was well received by most of the chickens. As they were wearing golden crowns, they voted to let the magic dogs in, although some of the chickens who had been there a long time were suspicious as their gingery fur and pointed noses made them look like not very dog-like at all.

At this point all contact was lost with the flock but I'm sure they're all living happily ever after, especially nasty Mr Heart who has a big insurance policy in case of damage to the Golden Goose.

The (sad) End.......
Boxa
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tunggie
8 Feb '17
That's your choice, it would be a boring world if we all felt the same.

I've been here for 6+ years now, before Etinde, and I would re-invest in a heartbeat if the current BOD were given the boot, as I know how much upside potential there is here. But as it is, I've seen it all before. Good luck with it, and I genuinely hope it comes good regardless as so many PI's have lost tens of thousands here, they deserve better.
Rivendell666
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Our Team....
8 Feb '17
tunggie
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Boxa
8 Feb '17
Start again,

Rather contribute to the BOD's retirement fund than being ripped off by a total stranger CO who only been on the scene for 5 minutes and complaining about the BOD.




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