Dude - you're never get in the top 100 with THAT sort of attitude... rns gives clear reasons for drop in production and clear reasons why it will go up again. Mud clearing at fast rate - gotta BELIEVE maaaannnnn....
The average daily trading volumes in the Company's shares over the past six months has been 1.76 million shares or approximately $160,000 per day, which includes both buys and sell, or put another way only half of one per cent of the total shares in issue. This coupled with market makers only typically offering lots of approximately $6,000 can lead to significant price movements on the back of very little actual trading.
We believe it will not be until we are able to be valued by reference to either production, reserves or dividends that an objective valuation can be placed on the Company's shares, high or low.
Well, the Swedes like it; This looks fantastic. This judgment is revolutionary and groundbreaking in this context. Feels a bit like a "reverse Northern Karar" if you understand what I mean. :-) The
judgment clarifies and cementes the road to approval, for Beowulf, in a further legally correct and waterproof manner. Kallak is simply more or less legally totally bulletproof with this judgment. This judgment and news have a truly strong and decisive impact factor on the whole process.
Perhaps the government has been waiting for this judgment from Mark & ??Miljö and this has been the reason / reason for not yet being notified. This crucial process has simply been awaited. Exactly as you did with Norra Kärr once upon a time. The difference is that the legal, directly determining rules of the game are clarified and decided in Beowulf's favor this time.
The next time will be extremely interesting. The thing is clear.
looks hopeful - wind power beats Sami... In the lower court of the Land and Environmental Court, Vattenfall lost its request to have its application for construction of a wind farm approved. Natural values ??and reindeer herding were dealt with in the judgment which rejected Vattenfall's request in court.
This judgment is now being revoked in the Land and Environmental Court. The reasons for this are very interesting. It can be difficult to read this text: The grounds are explained from pages 34 - 44. The remaining text is Appendix A, which is the lower court's now repealed judgment. Don't confuse these.
About the passing route for reindeer of national interest, p 40:
"At how far the reindeer can be affected and how large this reindeer can be The impact it will have on existing data is difficult to estimate. In this case, there is a national interest-classified relocation route about one kilometer north of the Norrbäck north establishment area. The investigation into the case shows that in the past decades traditional foot movements have only been made exceptionally. Regardless of whether traditional relocation is taking place more frequently in the future, the Land and Environment Court judges that the impact is not to such an extent that the reindeer industry is significantly made more difficult. In this assessment, the court has taken into account the distance to the national interest-declared transfer route and that the northeastern parts of Björnberget are marked as a stop area. "The
reindeer industry and the lower court considered the disruptive distance to be about 5 km.
Maybe it's a long shot, issue of protection the natural environment provides the Court with the following description (allegory the amount of grazing land that disappears if Kallak is mine compared to the total area of pasture for Sami village), p 37:
"With regard to the balance between the conflicting interests of nature conservation and wind power, says Mark - and the Environmental Court, that there is no reason to question that the host properties are of great importance for the preservation and dissemination of biodiversity and that improving the connectivity between the hosts is important in order to have a well- functioning green infrastructure, however, it should be noted that the priority hosts have a large geographical distribution compared to the requested business Norrbäck claims a small proportion of the land within the value tracts. The company has also adjusted the placement of wind turbines and other equipment for the natural values that inventoried and identified in order to limit the impact on valuable natural areas. "
The legal position of a mining startup Kallak have with this judgment strengthened and clarified further.
Land and Environmental Court ruling may will not be appealed
The penultimate paragraph has been replaced with: 'We are also pleased to report that the oil recovered to date is of very high quality with specific gravity of 0.83 g/cm3 which equates to an API of 39.' The title has been replaced with: 'BNG Operational Update Deep Well A8'.