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Well, good points and hearty respect for your conviction. I have called HARL as a placing/dilution risk of 80:20 then 75:20 on the metric of major contract win or insti (toads) placing. The ML is NOT yet a contract and judicial review is almost certain.
On that basis I would not criticise a PI for taking something off the table...This IS a genuine company and NOT a smelly micro hydrocarbon E and P but significant risk exists....
Thats during construction then 200 permanent high quality roles. Now I understand that controversy and emotion levels are high locally but this is all about communities: being able to build a life locally, marry, own a home and raise children.
I was expecting my open offer contribution to temporarily sink buy having paid a years' salary for two young people to learn engineering makes me very happy indeed.
God bless the good ship Harland and Wolff and nuts to the twizzle haired Nordic Doom Goblin!
Exasperated not angry, Pete Brailey spotted and reported most of the issues here. TW even sent the bundle of toxic info to the FCA.
Those chaps are much more able than me, I have never managed more than 15 stocks concurrently: normally mid-term recovery plays which have been quite successful. E and P appeals purely due to the colourful selection of wannabes, dreamers and wackjobs to observe: a bit like that ludicrous reality show that had the premier wacktard of the planet George Galloway on it.
No of course not you plank, it is the entire MENA area and the rest of Africa which is riddled with corruption.
Not Morocco though, completely honest and straightforwards to deal with: I have been there on business at least twelve times.
Conoco Phillips, absolutely first rate blue chip company: it is simply this, solid and reputable companies like Conoco Philips can do great things on the ESG front for countries in the developing phase.
Poor old Paul forgot his ESG graphic on the first post bilge rns presentation!!
No, that a thermogenic gas kitchen was discovered, a commercial gas reservoir has NOT been identified but keep your skirt on Bradders: the rigless testing might locate something useful.
The major geopolitical issue bugging me at the moment is the concentration on marginally profitable CNG developments. Access to the Maghreb pipeline is not simple: political control switches between Morocco and Algeria, ullage is a necessity which may not be available if discoveries are made in other N.A areas by operators with deep pockets and greasy political connections (corruption).
I actually snorted my coffee out listening to Griffiths gloating about his ‘methods’ in relation to Conoco Phillips! Pure comedy: one company with massive resources and connections, the other working out of a proverbial shed without a pot to p*ss in…
One could vary the definition of 'Ad hominen' from is it somewhat directed at a persons' identity to a form of 'Ad hominem' approach in which insidiously slimy and trained psychological manipulators effortlessly change peoples thinking.
This is what SALESMEN and serial RAMPERS do all the time: no thought is given to what ever else ordinary Jo could be doing with his hard earned: insulating his home for example hoho.
Would any of you choose RKH as a new equity for your portfolios if researching this week?
Fear of Regret Fear of regret, or simply regret theory, deals with the emotional reaction people experience after realizing they've made an error in judgment. Faced with the prospect of selling a stock, investors become emotionally affected by the price at which they purchased the stock.3 So, they avoid selling it as a way to avoid the regret of having made a bad investment, as well as the embarrassment of reporting a loss. We all hate to be wrong, don't we?
I have already flogged half of my 5.5p arbitration punt, my opinion is that the ECT court will be negative about Moodys' powers of due diligence.
After all, everything else has turned to rat sh*t. 'Full cycle E and P? Anyone remember that delusion?
I've supported companies like this one before, open offers, rights issues etc. We are still high risk but approaching the inflexion point, by that I mean: contract wins, banking facilities (requires consistent revenue), healthy dividend cover ratios and subsequent mandatory equity market purchases by the tracker funds.
Could all turn to a pile of steamies BUT, with a five to ten year time horizon I am targeting £4/ share with annual dividends and the occasional special dividend.