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Share Price: 0.75Bid: 0.70Ask: 0.75Change: 0.035 (+4.90%)Riser - Frontera Res
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 7.14%Open: 0.715High: 0.75Low: 0.715Yesterday’s Close: 0.715



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Tenners
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RE: Gardabani power plant opens
22 Jul '15
Bugsy, Thr plant is within our block 12.

I believe we are started to see operations that have been discreetly planned for years, starting to come together for the whole region. And in terms of gas, block 12 future is already mapped out.

I honestly believe FRR have been scoping/operating quietly in Ukraine and Moldova for over 18 months +

My opinion only.
 
bugsy-b
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266 fixed term deposits ?
22 Jul '15
Even though the news is 2 days old now, I like looking over different articles to see if anything different spills out..
Here's a report from Georgian Radio Maestro.. Same stuff, Frontera to supply Ukraine with gas etc, but this bit at the end has me baffled..
"According to the newspaper, "Naftogaz had" had previously said that the company "Frontera with the" Memorandum of Understanding was signed on cooperation in the field of natural gas imports. "Frontera" shepasebeit, Georgia with natural gas reserves of 300 billion cubic meters per 266 fixed-term deposits. Ipn.ge

266 fixed term deposits ?... Any ideas what that could mean ?... Gas price fixed at $266 ?

http://radiomaestro.ge/?menuid=2&id=13363&lang=1
emblaze1
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bugsy
22 Jul '15
that is a excellent find -- the next ops update should really be interesting - things are really moving fast who knows where this will go by end of 2015.
bugsy-b
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Gardabani power plant opens
22 Jul '15
Turkey, Georgia open $220m power plant Published 3 hours ago

"Leading Turkish energy company Çalık Enerji has established a combined natural gas cycle power plant in the Georgian city of Gardabani. Having been completed in less than two years, the 230-megawatt capacity power plant constitutes 8 percent of the country's total installed capacity. The $220 million facility is located 39 kilometers south of Georgia's capital Tbilisi.

So thats the new power plant opened.. That will be needing copius amounts of natural gas soon :-)

http://www.dailysabah.com/energy/2015/07/22/turkey-georgia-open-220m-power-plant
emblaze1
Posts: 339
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nobull
22 Jul '15
what happened to nobull he seems to have disappeared from these boards - either been bumped off or paid off!!
I used to like his contrary view of all this - would have liked his thoughts now NOBULL are you there.
balrogxx
Posts: 659
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Price:0.85
Volume
22 Jul '15
Was great today, quite a few large buys....

Quite a few things -
1) The q2 georgian export was a great find, bugsy has also posted previous reports and there are no gas exports figures in orevious one....

So $17.9m is quite a staggering figure and is very impressive...

2) Niko drilling, I think JS mentioned it few days ago that drills are generally leaky and so watch the volume and price in next fee days, could be a good indicator, so is there a leak about niko??

3) there has been a lot of coverage around ukrain and some very impressive finds today.... And its simply very massive news...

So todays rise is very welcome but still long way away from where we should be... Gla
siacobucci
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Great Day
22 Jul '15
you have a thumbs up from me Arsenal..
Arsenal221
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Great Day
22 Jul '15
At moment the main thing for me, is safely & properly making it past 1p which overall with what we now know about, is nothing big.

If Frr does come through with a proper update then higher than above.
siacobucci
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Ops figures
22 Jul '15
I agree regdik we do need to keep our feet firmly on the ground as SN will do his upmost to make sure the SP stays as low as possible until he's ready to release the brakes, on news and what forecast targets he has in place.
The situation we have now I do believe is very much different to the one SN has managed to keep a handle on in the past. The project targets to supply Ukraine will be set in stone and there will be deadlines and production milestones which will have to maintained and disclosed. If the supply is to be believed and we really are talking about an eventual 5bcm this is huge and believe will run into the hundreds of mmcfpd. The acceleration I believe has already started and as I stated in my previous post I would not be surprised if we are already significantly past our previous level. Time will tell hopefully in one of the next updates to come.
GLA.
Sia.
DevonianExile
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RE: Ops figures-
22 Jul '15
i guess what I am saying is the bigger deal now a) current production or b) a deal. We obviously want both but the deal (or deals) is now the main game in town.

Just my view





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