I love it when a smart arse makes an absolute trollop of himself!! Go back to school you grammar dunce - I won't do the honour of correcting your F- grade in Queen's English language. Only to say you are wrong - a hilarious goof showing you up as the dim witted moron you are!
Must be a very lonely person if you need to get an audience on this forum 24 hours a day. I mean, you are looking for credibility from the posters here but you deride everyone. Sounds like you are a very miserable and angry person. If you had more than an overdraft to your name, I think you wouldn’t try to be the big girl here. Good luck climate narcissist, enjoy burning all that coal to run your useless crypto mining hard drives which serve zero purpose than to wreck the environment - classic pyramid scheme for losers to buy into.
Anyone who has made money or successful in investing wouldn't spend 24 hours a day on this single forum. They wouldn't need to seek to unsettle or be unpleasant, as you are. Since you do not care, and you scrape around for fame here, you are a freak sociopath.
"You just never know who is watching, or who is taking notes" - You are quite the creep too, crawling over people's posting histories, and quoting from a long time back. Wouldn't surprise me if you were one of those paedophilic gay guys working for the government actually. Best wishes Shen
That's the operative word - "an"other post. That's "1" post compared to about 100 posts containing faecal grade chat from Sh**!! Work that husk you call a head to count precisely how many - I know you have nothing better to do :-)
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2021/jul/25/outrage-as-italy-faces-multimillion-pound-damages-to-uk-oil-firm Was it you PS who made this point several times? Anyway, wokery won't last for ever. Those companies holding exploration licences and developers, have licences which are agreed by law. Governments will be sued to bankruptcy if common sense doesn't prevail. The tax payer would foot the bill for all the exploration and production and renewable energy on current contracts, whereas, if they don't get sued, the tax payer will get the benefit of investment from outside; companies which will then turn profit into sustainable renewable investments. Otherwise where is that money going to come from for renewables?
They have to review how to pitch the financing in the context of climate change to attract investors who are no longer looking at just an investment in oil or gas, but towards sustainability. I think this is why Ann-Marie O’Sullivan is probably on board, as the project will require the right kind of PR strategy to cut through the lies about green energy, and make it authentic as well as palatable. "She is founder and Chief Executive of AM O’Sullivan PR Ltd, a leading strategic communications consultancy headquartered in Cork, the nearest city to the Barryroe oil and gas field".
No Shen, we missed nothing. We also observed that you cannot stay away from here because it's your only chance to communicate with people well above your pay grade and intellect. Seems a shame you can't court attention in the real world, but for you that's the thrill here. By the way, you won't be getting the pleasure of any more responses from me. You are my inferior, and I don't stoop.
Have cake and eat it. The greens don't want to produce energy but they are quite happy it seems to burn tonnes of it in data centres to provide revenue from the internet giants who depend on them. The young think they care about the environment but spend all day on social media accessing those same companies who rely on the data centres, and that same young user base is their target audience. It truly amazed me that those who actually care about the environment do not prioritise plastics pollution over and above actual carbon footprint. But again, those young idealists expect the adults to clear up their plastic packaging mess in the parks after parties and festivals. Another problem with the woke young, is they love their holidays and sabbaticals which relies on air travel and the burning of fossil fuels. And finally, the deluded think crypto currency is going to change the world. Well that game of musical chairs burns more electric power than the data centres. Professional traders and criminals will do well out of it, and leave those still playing when the music stops, high and dry. When September comes, and the young of the UK can't find a job for love nor money, I wonder how long this idealistic woke clap trap will last when they find that, like everyone, they are competing with those who have colonized these islands in the last 20 years who are riding rough shod.
Thanks Manyana, the trouble is with the constant repeated clap trap is that it puts off kinder souls who would like to post. The cretin is supported by several brain donors and most don't want to be at the receiving end of their nastiness. I can't stand thugs and for sure by now one or two here would have received bloodied noses in a face to face situation if they had dared to speak as they write. The trouble with the cretin is, the brain donations are of very low grade, so there's no proper signs of life, which is why it parrots the same garbage day in day out. We all know the pros and cons of the share without the so called warnings from the mob leader.
Bulls, sure we would all like those options, but sadly that would mean an exponential % dilution. Instead of a billion shares, it would be number of options x 1 billion. For every shareholder to get them. The best we would ever get is a rights issue discounted placing. Again, more dilution.
So much negative spam here from the usual liars on this board, who claim to know future outcomes, speaking with the 'authority' of insiders. Good or bad as you may view this share to be, you can't tar Alan with the same brush as the previous management ranger4. There's no evidence at all to suggest that he is inept. Sure there are more shares in issue, but new buyers can buy the same percentage of the company at a far lower price and enjoy any upside. Anyone who wanted to remain in after having bought £6 shares will probably have a far lower average by now. £1000 will buy you 30000 odd shares now whereas before it would buy you 167 shares. You still own the same percentage of the company