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I’m a Project Manager and a question often asked by the board when reviewing a business case and budget for funding is how to we mitigate the risk of losing key resources, bonus payments and stock options are pretty standard ways of doing this. I’m pretty sure in INFAs case any potential equity funder will have asked the same questions. Not sure why this is so difficult to comprehend
There's a flaw in the filter button you can still see everyone else replying to the clown lol.
Si, I don’t think he even knows the difference between options and warrants. Given the lack of understanding on what a NOMAD is, I’m pretty sure he will be off to google to review.
The tone of this bb has definitely deteriorated since mitch appeared. I really can't believe he is a Infa shareholder, given his constant barracking of the BOD over the "warrants" issue, which is clearly a long-term incentive stock option for key employees. Anyone would think he wants rid of JW because of the insensitivity of its timing.
I mean, it came sooo close to the RNS indicating rejection of their EU construction grant application. With a little bit of nous and inside information, the BOD could have waited a couple of weeks and priced them at 1p instead. How remiss of them.
No, mitch, I've seen your sort many times before. A newcomer with a superficially lofty self-image, frog-marching his way into proceedings, but where in reality it hides underlying personal frailties and a desire to be respected online, when he lacks it in spades in his daily real life. Sad really, but it happens.
I'm tired of reading your gumpf, mitch. Time for the filter button. No value added.
Firstly, boat not rocked, it's steady as she goes here, Thanks.
Secondly, to avoid further confusion please use the correct terms. They were share "options" granted and not warrants. A slight difference I know, but a difference all the same, hence my confusion as to what you had a grievance with. To my mind, totally justified in order to maintain key board members and over a three-year period. In which time who knows where we will be.
Lastly and most importantly please do not use derogatory and offensive language in your replies to others as it does nothing for your case and will only result in a ban from the board. Just sayin'
I couldn't give two hairy hoots on a hooting horn about other Companies on the market - be told!
I do care about my current holding in "INFA" (confirmation 4 U) - and my concerns as far as i am concerned are being looked into, accordingly
I BET you, you wouldn't walk past a homeless person on the streets and give him or her £50 (if you could get the wallet open) So that said why should directors feel they have the power to dip into the stock pot?!
We (INFA) are a few plots of land, a few survey's here and there and basically as poor as a church mouse (we need to top up cash pots, by issuing stock/ warrants)
N E Way the FCA will investigate facts - which may turn out to be ZERO - You're more convinced I'm barking up a tree so BASICALLY "nothing-to-worry-about.com"
Directors can reward themselves with buckets full of ***** once we start to generate business and have OUR own cash flow!
Well if you're man enought why don't you contact the FCA and tell them what for? (might add some influential weight - that is if your holding is worthy enough)
Oh dear, I am certain that you will hear nothing more in respect of your petty concerns.
As stated previously you have very little experience of investing and you should steer clear of investing on the stock market until you bring yourself fully up to speed of how the market works and how warrants are used. To be making mischief at the current stage of proceedings is breathtaking and amateurish and ridiculous. If you are a current holder you should seriously consider selling up first thing Monday and take your thoughts and ideas elsewhere, there are many basket case shares out there and I'm sure those boards will welcome you with open arms.
Thank You - Bertie
Mitch - you and your head are a muddle - you're bad news.
Humpalot, spudthecleaner, Mrt and whom ever,
Accept facts - Jan 2019 warrants were issued to close to sensitive financial information - project or corporate level (same thing if you're not wearing tinted glasses)
Feel free to back me up and show your own concern via the "FCA" Noted below is the case reference details should anyone wish to add (remember this OLD SAYING "never poke a fire with a stick of dynamite" even if you are a "numpty"
Ref: FCA Case Reference - 205731745 Subject: Infrastrata [ISD]
Quote: Thanks for contacting the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). I understand from your query you have CONCERNS about POTENTIAL insider trading with Infrastrata. I can appreciate your CONCERNS and I'M GLAD YOU HAVE INFORMED US.
First allow me to apologise to you "Si" - when replying to your comment about the warrants dating back some way, my reply wasn't meant to come across so harsh. It was an assumption that you were a new user, mainly based or your assumption that my froum remarks were about ancient warrants.
Si, you come across as a model forum user (in my eyes) and I hope you continue to stay with the "INFA" chat forum and I have views similar to most except when it come to the Jan 2019 warrants.
I wish you well "Si" sorry if I rocked your boat.
Good Luck with your INFA investment
Agreed Loosegoose ..just watched it .. so many compelling pointers. UK consume > 100 billion cm per year and have storage capacity of between 1-2% of what we consume, unlike other major EU countries like France who store 20-25% of there consumption. The BOD have sensibly not just done a deal to be able to hit the end of year milestone, but are in the final phase with a partner who is looking at a contract for the next 12-15 years. If this gets done then by Mid-Year the SP must have truly started to reflect the value of this project
I'm glad you like it
You are correct you are allowed your opinion but I suggest you do some homework before hitting that keyboard, your looking like a real numpty I'm afraid.
Less of the childish comments that shows a distinct lack of politeness.
Back to the horses now.
Mitch, I maybe new to posting here but certainly not new to reading the posts on a daily basis. And in no way is it an indication of the time invested in INFA. As I've mentioned before I used to post on iii until they "inproved" their site and my posts can still be found their, should you feel the need to validate, going back the seven years I have been invested. At times talking to myself as nobody else was around. :)
So you have to thank iii for my presence here by making their boards totaly unuseable.
I have also started re-using another board after many years away from that site as I used to find it quite toxic.
Not anymore I may add. And just like here, there are some very pleasant and knowledgeable posters to gain information from. And have the odd bit of banter with. I have my own reasons for not using the message boards over the past few years but I decided as a sort of New Years resolution be become more pro-active with my investments. As opposed to just sitting back and watching from the sidelines. To that end, I joined up here just to be able to filter out some the utter nonsense that spoil reading through the posts. I don't tender to use the filter button freely because I have found that even though I may not agree with some people I should not discount what they have to say. I say people, becuase certain posters (again, not here) could be quite easily replaced with a random message generator picking from a list of a dozen or so phrases. Both ramp and de-ramp.
But then there are times when, nah!, in the bin.
Sorry everyone, didn't mean to go on so much.
This morning I watched the video of the presentation. Very good indeed.
We are in something very good that is very professionally run.
Momentum continues to build - buckle the seatbelts and enjoy the ride. It could be fast, it could be bumpy but it will be worth it.
Now I don't want to say I told you all so about Mitch.... But ;)
yet another gone to the hall of fame.......Mitch Filtered........good game!
Great link Tony
'Price spike highlights Irish power transmission constraints
LONDON (ICIS)--Low wind generation, a plant outage and transmission constraints in Northern Ireland drove the Irish balancing power market settlement price to a record €3,773.69/MWh on Thursday afternoon.
The dramatic balancing price will raise fresh questions about grid restrictions between Ireland’s two jurisdictions and could renew concerns surrounding potential generation shortfalls in Northern Ireland. Exports to Britain piled further pressure on Northern Ireland’s system margins, with data from transmission system operator (TSO) National Grid showing a net 200MW flow across the Moyle interconnector to the UK market at 13:00 when the price spike occurred.
Thursday’s price occurred as a result of a marginal action offered by one of the units at the Ballylumford gas-fired power station and was generated despite comfortable system margins south of the border in the Republic of Ireland.
The integrated single electricity market (I-SEM) imbalance price is calculated for five-minute periods based on the cost of the marginal 60MW of actions required to keep the system balanced. The half-hourly price is then worked out as an average of the six five-minute periods within that 30 minutes.
The spike highlighted the disproportionate sway held by Northern Ireland in influencing the all-Irish balancing market and will galvanise calls for increased transmission capacity between the island’s jurisdictions.
Projections by Irish TSO EirGrid indicate that the north will face a supply deficit by 2021, with its capacity pipeline failing to keep pace with the decommissioning of old generation units.
The country was dealt a further blow last year, when one third of its thermal units failed to win contracts in the first Irish capacity market auction.
A new 1.5GW interconnector between the north and south has been described by MPs as essential, however its 2021 targeted commissioning is all but impossible.
The new link was initially granted planning permission in the Republic of Ireland in 2016, but has been struck by repeated legal battles and opposition from local interest groups.'
Yet another demonstration of the operational necessity of our project !
Due to low wind generation and a power outage at ballylumford. Worrying times for NI and ROI it seems.
Worth reading this heading, Worries for Ireland and the Single Energy Market
For general interest, whilst reading some recent BEIS docs, I came across a graph for the companies producing UK gas: 20% Equinor, 9% Shell, 9% ExxonMobil, 7% Centrica, 6% Total, 6% RWE, 5% Uniper, 37% (small) others
I've tried giving you the benefit of the doubt but your total lack of knowledge as far as the markets work along with your narcissistic posts mean I'm going to filter you.
You come across as a total *** and if we happen to meet at an infrastrata event in the future I will tell you the same face to face.
Spud - Good luck with your inquiry with Kerman & Co. interesting to get another point of view even if it goes against me, good debate
I like your use of the word "IF" very appropriate
I like everyone else in this forum am allowed an opinion, just because you don't like how someone may about different aspects of corporate transactions does not mean they are invalid.
& maybe you should keep your opinion to YOURSELF, if you can't accept and or ignore someone elses point of view. Childish.
To me you're reasonably new to this forum....I'm reffering to the "warrants 45m" issued on the 14th Jan-2019 (RNS)
Previous options/ warrants are something completely different and were done as part of an incentive to raise much needed cash to fund the Company
Spud - Not knowing what a NOMAD is tells me a lot
I gave plenty of examples when asking what NOMAD ment in these chat forums. Easy enough tho to write in plain English from time to time.
Wasn't at AGM so nothing was absorbed by my ears - NE way doesn't hurt to inquire from time to time NOMAD or no NOMAD - Spud! (thing about your so called NOMAD is hardly an oficial body of the State, just some private limited company - that says alot to me)