Hello guys I have been following the board for over two years on a daily basis and have never posted till today. I live in Portsmouth and will be attending the agm with one other. There seems to be a lot of people from the board going. My colleague and I would be happy to join you guys if you are all meeting up. Has an email group of attendees been set up as yet? If not can we set one up where we can coordinate our journey and share excellent company on out way and back from the agm. I'm not sure if I can post my email but I will try mikeab3 at hotmail dot com. If a group has been set up I'll join you guys. If it hasn't could people going email me and I will set up a email circular with our email addresses or maybe even a whatsapp group for us. I have read some very interesting posts over the years everyone's anonymity will be observed, many thanks
Kinglouie - thanks for posting the link. You are right, it is appalling writing (I won't call it journalism because it isn't). It is a poorly disguised advert for some share tipping service.
I see tradingcock is back ... at 10.42 hrs ... with a selective cut and paste job from the above mentioned amateurish article. This 'person' does the rounds of BB's making childish and unsubstantiated deramping comments ... he appeared on AST a few days ago talking utter guff. That in itself is not unusual for a BB but you have to wonder what the motive is.
"I wonder if that help may somehow be reciprocated towards Eni. I've had that thought for a long time"
It can't be ruled out, neither can a consortium solution, but heaven help the Kurds if they were to give operatorship to Eni. Their efforts at Kashagan will have been noted, as will the more recent attempt at operatorship by committee, so my guess would be a lesser stake/role for the Italians if they do get invited to the party.
Fairy tale winner of the Gold Cup. A bit like my forthcoming trip to Paris on july 9th where I anticipate a veritable plethora of fairy tales. See you there my fellow wishful thinkers. Will Cervantes be there? PS Graham Lee - what a jockey. Now that is reality.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum remains one of the riskier companies in the resources sector. 19th June 2015 http://goo.gl/7OjWO8 its future is largely dependent upon the outcome of the situation in Iraq/Kurdistan, with its operations being focused on that region. And, while Gulf Keystone Petroleum has coped admirably thus ...
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