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Share Price: 1.85Bid: 1.80Ask: 1.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Aminex
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 5.56%Open: 1.80High: 1.85Low: 1.775Yesterday’s Close: 1.85


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TIPTOP
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RE: Putin to visit Tanzania in Feb ..
15 Jan '15
 
MrFloyd
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Anytime in the next 15 days
15 Jan '15
17 December 2014

Solo Oil plc

("Solo" or the "Company")

Update - acquisition of interest in Kiliwani North Gas Field, Tanzania

Solo Oil plc (AIM: SOLO) has been advised by Aminex PLC ("Aminex") that, further to the Company's announcement of 11 November 2014, Aminex has now received confirmation from the Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals that the Minister has no objection to the proposed assignment in the sale of up to a 13% interest in the Kiliwani North Development Licence ('KNDL') to Solo for a total consideration of $7 million.

Completion of the initial 6.5% interest now remains subject only to a formal Deed of Assignment being signed by all participating parties. Solo and Aminex have agreed to extend the deadline on the purchase of the initial and additional 6.5% to 30 January 2015 as a result of the longer than expected time taken to obtain the no objection notification.
Kev4
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A good day.
15 Jan '15
Looking over the various markets today it has to be said than any company that broke even (or even went up a little like Aex) has done very well indeed. I've never seen such decimation of share prices in the energy sector.
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Putin to visit Tanzania in Feb .
15 Jan '15
Russian President Vladimir Putin is scheduled to visit Tanzania in February next year, The Citizen on Saturday has learnt.

Although Foreign Affairs ministry neither confirmed nor denied the reports, sources in the diplomatic mission confided to The Citizen on Saturday that there have been behind-the-scenes activities to ensure the success of the visit.

The minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mr Bernard Membe, declined to confirm reports on the tour, but revealed that he would be travelling to Moscow next month to honour an invitation from his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov.

Mr Membe said he had no information about the visit and that any development on the said tour, if any, would be known after his visit.

“What I can tell you at the moment is that I have been invited to Moscow next month. I will definitely go, and I will only be in a position to say anything upon our discussion,” he said.

The Russian embassy in Dar es Salaam said it could not confirm on the visit for it had no information from Moscow.

“What I know is that our foreign affairs minister met with his Tanzanian counterpart in New York during the Security Council summit. The visit you are talking about could be one of the issues they discussed,” said a senior official at the embassy. Putin’s tour will come just over a year since Tanzania received leaders of two global superpowers —  Chinese President Xi  Jinping  in March last year and US President Barack Obama three months later.

The timing and the political implications of the Russian leader’s visit to Tanzania is an issue already generating reactions from international relations experts and other observers.

One thing that is clear is that Mr Putin is likely to take advantage of the tour to promote once strong economic and political relationships the two countries previously enjoyed before the fall of communism in the early 1990s.

Experts also say Tanzania, which is struggling to develop its gas and oil industry following the discovery of huge deposits of natural gas, stands good chances of benefiting from the tour of the leader of a country with great expertise in the area.

On the other hand they say, Mr Putin will want to secure some business agreements for Russia oil and natural gas companies at this time the Eastern country is facing difficulties in meeting domestic and export obligations.

Ms Saumu Jumanne, an assistant lecturer at the Dar es Salaam University College of Education, said that it did not come as a surprise that the Russian president plans a tour of Tanzania after  the US and Chinese presidents.
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Aex
15 Jan '15
Puddy
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Wow
15 Jan '15
What's going to happen at 8 then
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RE: 8am on the bell
15 Jan '15
Is that the sound of your trading account blowing up?
pyjamaboy
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8am on the bell
15 Jan '15
BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM !!!!
warrenbucket
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Weekend $$$$
15 Jan '15
Be out of this @ your peril ?

We have now near ended our journey , 1 more poss 2 more stations ! Then abourd the orient express to magical heights that make all our dreams come true $$$$ . No one is buying my golden ticket , I'm holding for the Chinese takeaway . Gla. Longtermers patience I hope will reward you ?
TIPTOP
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RE: AEX
15 Jan '15
The only realistic way Tanzania could supply the UK is through LNG distribution, this is a decade away. A pipeline from Tanzania would be an astronomical cost !!

We are more likely to push through legislation to allow all fracking from gas shale. This is a real possibility and in my view the best way of coping with the crisis. Imagine how those people against fracking will feel when gas to their homes and businesses is turned off and their central heating goes cold (tongue in cheek of course).

Greenpeace need to work with the government to try and push technology to decrease the impact towards the environment. Greener energy production is what we need and then we can study ways of reducing our usage. Fighting one battle on the first day is never going to win the war.

Just my thoughts on the subject.





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