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My second choice of email was my work one . It is a bakery so no chance of me being confused with the oil mafia :-)
Just strange that my main one being ignored . Never happened before.
Daveydingle - It probably helped that I have a business email that sounds like an oil company :)
mine was blueyonder - used same for years without probs (used to work with HUR up to court hearing time - I got response). But since they only 3 emails sent them and neither auto response nor reply. yet yahoo got auto auto reply today
I have a mutual distrust of emails that take minutes to set up , like hotmail and gmail, but my ignored email this morning was neither.
That email has been replied to in the past though. Funny that .
Some email providers don't like gmail or hotmail email addresses. I contacted them almost a fortnight ago using one of my business addresses and got an autoresponder reply then about an hour later a confirmation that they had received the email and it had been passed on.
My Header. AGM: WHAT I WANT TO KNOW PLEASE.
Sent my email with what I’ve contacted them before with first thing this morning . No auto reply .
Used old email, got immediate auto response .
Main email appears on naughty list . Good to know now .
Sent mine this morning and got auto reply. straight back.
Senseman, would it surprise you if you were on an e mail hit list somewhere at HUR. You have (thankfully) been a thorn in their side for sometime now, or is it a coincidence. I know where my money is.
Maybe they just don't like you , cause of all the sterling work you do , galvanising us shareholders into action.
Only joking !
Perhaps some more tech Savvy posters would have a more informed idea as to why some email addresses are prone to ending up in spam.
Again well done Sir & Keep fighting the battle.
did so using my yahoo email (i rarely use) and to my surprise received auto response within 60 seconds
does this indicate that comms have placed certain SH email addresses on their spam list? or another explanation? thoughts?
I changed title to :- Shareholder questions for AGM.
Auto response was immediate.
Perhaps you could try sending from another email address if available
Sense - Sent mine @07.30 and received auto reply immediately.
"Gents - thoughts please, pronto
Will comms direct title into spam? If so, does it matter? Would comms check spam and say to CEO - after 20 we directed header title to spam to save reading them all. But have checked and there are 30 more in spam?"
Regardless of what HUR Comms do, I've an auto response e-mail telling me they will get back to me in so many days. Therefore I shall be expecting them to get back to me. If they want to direct mine or others e-mail to spam they can do, but I'll still expect a response as per the auto reply. My tuppence worth
careful - did similar but have not received auto response to either of my 2 emails. Qs. How long after send did you receive auto response? What key word(s) did you omit from subject bar of 2nd email? Thanks
Hi-Sense, Many thanks for all your efforts, mine sent.
changed the title slightly on my sent email & got a auto response.
Gents - thoughts please, pronto
Will comms direct title into spam? If so, does it matter? Would comms check spam and say to CEO - after 20 we directed header title to spam to save reading them all. But have checked and there are 30 more in spam?
Does changing subject title help or hinder? Please comment (I ask as peeps can continue email throughout day - deadline largely irrelevant if comms say to CEO - we got 50 before 12.30pm, and another 50 later than 12.30 pm, so 100 in total
Maris and co will surely now have garnered the strength of feeling when one considers the volume of emails they have rec'd in the last few days...thanks to Senseman
boz - good thought
please can new senders put different title in subject header bar - 'SHAREHOLDER QUESTIONS' should do it. the 10 questions title is near top of email text in any event
boz - enough of a change? any improved suggestion?
E Mail sent
Thanks to you and all for the effort put in.
All good and well until the comms team create a rule to redirect these mails into junk. Maybe a change of subject for variety?
The email address for sending is firstname.lastname@example.org
The subject header should read AGM - 10 FOREMOST SHAREHOLDER QUESTIONS
The email is complete for copy & paste sending as is, save for the ending slightly truncated by text space. The cut off has been minor and can be typed in. The last question + sign off should read:-
"Does the company intend to invest the whole of any EPL sum otherwise payable as tax, in order to obtain 91% offset benefitting the company, rather than remit 100% of the sum to government as tax?
A N OTHER
I will send mine 9am when alarm goes off (no sleep yet) in case peeps seriously unhappy with effort & choices. Sorry if anyone's favourite question excluded - limited to 10 with 'batching' where poss, and kept shortish for impact. I would SUGGEST all send precisely as is due to time constraints and need to get ideally 20-30 copies (more the merrier) to comms by 12.20pm deadline. Remember BoD obliged to address at AGM only if 'common request'. If peeps want amend, chop, add, I fully understand. But again repeat, the more identical, the more likely BoD obliged to address AGM. The first paragraph is self explanatory and establishes the position.
If send, please post have done so we have a running total.
Those attending AGM can print off and seek answers to any BoD leave unaddressed. Also Laser from ADVFN posted on here list of good supplementaries peeps can print off and take to AGM
Dear Comms Team
I ask that the below questions be directly addressed by the Board at the AGM. This request represents the collective wishes of a significant number of shareholders, arrived at following considerable discussion:-
AGM - 10 FOREMOST SHAREHOLDER QUESTIONS
Why has no apology been proffered, nor acknowledgment of any errors made, regarding the 2021 failed attempted restructuring which would have needlessly diluted shareholders’ holdings by 95%? It cannot have escaped the Board’s notice that that action caused shareholder confidence in the Board to evaporate. How does the Board intend to restore shareholder and investor confidence in it? What reassurance can shareholders have that such behaviour will not reoccur?
Do any Board members intend to purchase shares in the company? If not, why? It is commonly accepted that management with ‘skin in the game’ other than salary is more likely to be fully aligned with shareholders’ interests.
Given the most recent P6 well data analysis, until what date does the Board now consider P6 will be economically viable, on a ‘stand-alone do nothing further’ basis, with Brent priced at (i) $100 (ii) $120?
The 205/21a-6 well (well 6) was fitted with 2 ESPs. In March 21 the company switched from the lower of the two pumps in well 6 to the upper pump following a lower pump issue. Does the lower pump still provide backup in the event of upper pump failure? If not, does the company have a costing and % downtime if the pumps need replacing? In the event of unplanned failure, what contingency is in place to minimize production downtime?
When will the remaining outstanding bonds be formally repaid? Post repayment, with significant net cash plus ongoing healthy profits, what specifically will be the company’s strategy moving forward? In short, what is the company’s ‘Plan’?
Does the company intend to effect a sidetrack of well P7z? If so when, and what is estimated CAPEX? If a sidetrack (P8) is commissioned, is it intended thereafter to drill a water injector well to improve reservoir sweep, and at what CAPEX?
Will continuing gas flaring of well 6 risk extended production? If so, how is it planned to counter this? Also, in light of extensive data now collected, is there an intention to drill another producer well on Lancaster?
Is the company seeking to engage in a corporate transaction whereby it either (i) increases producing assets & relieves it’s single-well dependency? (ii) sells the company and obtains ‘fair value’ for it’s historic tax losses? If (ii) what fair value does it assess those tax credits at? And what SP value does it currently place on the company in the event of a sale? Does the company plan to market itself for further investment? If so, how?
Does the company plan to issue dividends, either special or regular? What is OPEX and well 6 flow rate as of today?
Does the company intend to invest the whole of any EPL sum otherwise payable as tax, in order to obtain 9