I have replied to many of his question in a polite manner. He doubts integrity and that is his call. I will not be bothering to assist his research any further as I for one know his true motives. I hope he has better luck with his future investments.
Mick is just giving his view. he may be right ir wrong but he csn give his view. No different to having to see guru the ramper and his views. Bet he hasnt been around for awhile either now the price isnt going anywhere, i filtered him got bored if his lack of objectivity. Mick if you have no shares move on pal, make your money somewhere else.
Big double, you really are becoming repetitive. My previous scenario is in fact highly optimistic (you probably only need 50 mmscf/d to generate 320 MW). I am indeed afraid that I'm talking to some idiots who have a very different agenda then they pretend to have! Stop the ramping for once
I'm afraid you are grasping at straws. You know there is a demand, but it suits your agenda to say the opposite. Would not surprise me that in a few weeks you will be talking solo up, as you would have then decided to buy in again. Hopefully this time you will manage to make a decent profit?
Nothing new I'm afraid. As per your article, SongoSongo produces 100 MMscf/d to generate 320 MW. Let's assume all 720 MW power generation is located in Dar, and 720-320 = 400 MW is required from Mtwara. That corresponds roughly with 400/320*100 =125 MMscf/d, so just above the 120 MMscf/d GSA of WRL. So in this scenario, Solo may be able to bring 5 MMscf/d on the market, on average. Problem only is that it will first of all take time to get 720 MW power generators switched to gas, secondly that not all demand in in Dar es Salaan only (as mentioned already in the article), and that the competion can increase output as well.... Solo has no market for the next 1-2 years or so! Plenty of time therefore, there is no need for the Tanzanian goverment to sign any futher GSA's until well after the elections..... They find some bureaucratic hurdle to stall any further negotiations.
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