Starmer seems to want to close down North Sea companies. He thinks that all oilies are BP and Shell. He’s no business minded politician, and will deplete the very industry the country needs to transition to his utopia. I’m certain he’ll have a line to his eastern fellow travellers for oil and gas when he has finished screwing British industry. When there is nothing to be said a lawyer will say it. He’s a muppet.
I note with some bewilderment that the "expert" at Barclays has just reiterated his 21p rating. Ive wondered for some time now if he personally has anything against Palestinians? Probably not, but you never know in this crazy world.
The most upbeat optimistic Enquest player on this board for years has been Romaron. To read his earlier ultra depressing note has thrown my wavering belief in the company to the ground. I have been a LTH since 2017 mostly seeing the opportunities going forward, but after yesterday in the commons and Romaron's call De Profundis, I am gutted.
Re. The US markets. KO. The US will do whatever they wish, and the outcomes may or may not be benificial to us as Enquest shareholders. Who knows.? What I’d like to know is how you know we are doing very well at keeping production around 50 K, banking huge FCF and paying off the debt quickly . Other than wishful thinking and pious hopes do you have an inside track on his information?
Risky Sunshine will be out of the treasury as soon as the fat posh boy gets elbowed out of No 10. His windfall tax is the most ill-considered action in years. The country needs all the oil production it can get for the next five to ten years and this clown blunders in with a demand that could see companies like Enquest go to the wall. Crackers it is.
This CEO and his boat load of escapees are prime candidates for a flight to Africa. Wish he would just push off and stop playing at being a general manager. This SP is heading for sub 20p. Well done chaps and chapesses.
Difficult to agree with your sentiments DrDunc when daily we have on here huge votes of confidence in Bseisu, not to mention regular verbal love bites. Or maybe your sentiments are very close to the mark and what we read regularly on here is Enq’s version of “save big dog.” Shambles of a management board.
Seems to be the season for this kind of vote, I for one have zero confidence in this fella’s managerial competence. A rabbit caught in the headlights , hoping something will turn up. Hope is not a strategy.
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Bseisu being the biggest shareholder does not absolve him from blame for lack of communication, almost no positive promotion of the company , and treating shareholders like mushrooms. About time he sold up and transferred his mercurial strategic skills to the government. He’d be at home there. Disgusted of Tonbridge Wells.
Krakenoil you have been with Enquest long enough to know that Bseisu cares nothing for shareholders. A kick in the teeth to us is an everyday occurrence. This company remains a dog while he is in control.
The British Govt wants company in the gutter it seems. We seem to be governed at the moment by populist attention seekers who have little or no business nous. Sunak appears to want to sink the NS platforms with his theft of an ill thought out Labour demand. How Bseisu manages this with his previous financial track record is anyone's guess, but I hope he pulls a rabbit from the proverbial. Otherwise we are likely to join the NS platforms. Come back Guy Fawkes, your country needs you.
Stumpy, China does not yet have the wherewithal to try to take Taiwan, not with the US directly standing over, but they will continue to have it in their sights, and 10 to 15 years will be a different scenario. You are spot on, this all needs tact, diplomacy and intelligence, so why Truss is our foreign sec., only the fat posh boy in No 10 could tell us.