He may be but he may not be, no one really knows. I am not going to get into name calling, if you don't like someone it's often best to filter instead of clogging the thread with nonsense. Let's have talk of Morocco or Trinidad please not someone with a fictitious name, we all have that. I really don't care what people write about this company, in a shortish space of time they will be drilling and anyone not in it will not be able to enjoy the prize that will be ours if we have a 'pleased to announce a Discovery' type of RNS. And there is a good likelihood we will have such news but that is just my opinion. Research is the key.
What's wrong with being prudent! 60% is a gamble. 90% is a gamble! I expect you'll be telling me I am a troll as well, why not just be respectful to others if they don't have the exact same opinion as yourself?
Or D-day getting closer and people want to be in as it's likely rise strongly up to the drill. Those who have done an ounce of research will see the possibilities of holding on for the ride instead of jumping off after a small rise.
Much easier and far less costly to do what they did to raise the money. I had a huge, no, a massive discount for my shares and so could anyone else if they had bought when the sp was 3p. It wasn't even that long ago. The placing was superb, excellent timing and the sp has hardly noticed it. Can we get back to sensible chat now please.
And then this to add to the pot. 'Arising out of the success of the Pilot CO2 EOR Project in Trinidad, opportunities are becoming available in the general field of greener energy solutions and CO2 sequestration. The Company will explore these opportunities further and may invest in third party companies whose businesses could add value to the Company's existing projects.'
There is an air of confidence in this RNS. Morocco is going to be incredibly exciting with a massive uplift should one of the zones prove positive. We could be straight into the next drill while preparing to monetise the first one. ' prepare additional follow-up drilling locations based on the new seismic interpretation over the past 12 months ;
-- commission a Front End Engineering Study to supply compressed natural gas to the Moroccan industrial market to support early monetisation of gas and an eventual Plan of Development submission;' In Trinidad it seems we are ahead of the game with more postives. 'has allowed the Company to progress discussions with several in-country operators regarding expanding our CO2 EOR business.'
This new ferry service will give a massive boost to Moroccan farmers who will now be able to send fruit and veg to the UK quicker than the Spanish! It seems the EU made a blunder with the brexit deal and the UK already has a trade deal with the Kingdom of Morocco so no faffing about or tinkering with daft rules and regs. Streuth, they may even build factories over there! They will need gas to power those so a good result for PRD is likely to be massive. They will need oil and gas to power e
RE: PG should have a Q&A session for the PIs16 Feb 2021 20:38
Many private investors don't really understand some of the details so I wonder if they would know the questions to ask unless they were in the industry. I would think PG is far too busy running the show to organise a Q&A session where, let's face it, most private investors are just interested in an upward movement of the sp or asking, 'when would be a good time to jump ship with a fat profit?'. We know when Morocco is likely to be drilled and anything new from Ireland would require an RNS. Far better to do a twenty minute interview with questions from a well prepared interviewer which is what he tends to do.
I got out of BPC ages ago when the court debacle started and put the money into this, I just feel sorry for those who didn't. Of course, some would be singing a different tune if they had discovered oil.