Biffadog, JayKay1 You are both right … then it has to be one of the others … take your pick. My guess is BlackRock. Institution Name Shares Held (% Change) % Outstanding Kerogen Capital (Asia) Limited 318,531,211(-5.53%) 16.00 Pelham Capital Ltd 121,875,000(0.00%) 6.22 Crystal Amber Asset Management (Guernsey) Limited 109,642,789(+0.71%) 5.59 Alken Asset Management Ltd 107,375,584(+4.72%) 5.40 Artemis Investment Management LLP 52,248,838(-0.17%) 2.63 Union Bancaire Privée 23,678,613(+0.09%) 1.21 Eleva Capital LLP 19,661,400(+0.11%) 0.98 BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A. 17,816,758(-0.42%) 0.88 Cavendish Asset Management Ltd. 15,526,371(+0.02%) 0.79 Longbow Finance SA 11,722,856(0.00%) 0.59 Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management 11,629,098(-0.12%) 0.58 Amati Global Investors Limited 10,591,338(0.00%) 0.54 Alliance Trust Plc. 7,195,375(+0.08%) 0.36 AXA Investment Managers UK Ltd. 6,965,306(+0.02%) 0.34 Fidelity International 6,167,217(-0.15%) 0.30
Because of this obsession with green energy, Spain (and many other countries) are paying a high price for energy supplied into the grid from solar panels. But some fraudsters have found a way of doing it even at night ! They train high powered lights onto the solar panels using electricity supplied by diesel generators. https://wattsupwiththat.com/2010/04/13/the-insanity-of-greenery/
GOZZIE2 How did you manage to get hold of your dad's shares .. did you have them transferred to your account somehow ? The reason I ask is if anything happens to me then I would like my sister to have my shares rather than her having to sell them.
adoubleuk Looks like you may have to come back out of retirement ! OILPRICE.COM says:- "Millennials shunning work in oil and gas. Young people are increasingly steering clear of the oil and gas industry, owing to a combination of factors, including fears about job insecurity and the climate crisis. As a result, the industry could find itself short on talent as aging workers head into retirement. "
It would seem that posters (including myself) are starting to get a bit down-hearted as a result of the SP going down a little each day. It makes me think of the plaque that I had on wall of my office back in the 70's. It read as follows:-
'One day, as I sat there feeling down and a little sad, a voice came to me out of the blue and whispered In my ear "cheer up … it could be worse". So I cheered up … and it got worse.'
RE: Telling people about Falklands oil26 Jul 2019 10:39
carroteater I think it's best to keep it out of the newspapers for the time being so as not get the Extinction Rebellion idiots too excited. At the moment they are probably too stupid to even know where the Falklands are.
Could someone please explain what the following means ?
"The final shape of any deal is pure guesswork at this stage, if only because Premier and Rockhopper agreed in 2106 that Rockhopper would pay offset development carry fees to re-set the Phase 1a returns at 50/50 NPV."
Does it mean RKH will have to forgo some of the agreed carry in exchange for larger share of revenue ?