RE: Images AS entering Maasvlakte Rotterdam22 Aug 2019 12:34
The draught is a red herring in my opinion. They will alter it with ballast water depending on a variety of factors during production/tank volumes which are compartments in most likely hood/weather etc. What it’s at entering port may be for transit efficiency or to avoid grounding on any raised/shallow seabed. I’d not take much stock in it as an indicator.
I have my own view on the SP action today. Oil was mostly under pressure until late into trading and HUR is susceptible to any opportunity for exposing weakness just now following WD. The absence of news on EPS simply offers more opportunities.
I doubt very strongly this has anything to do with LC. Too soon given the reported delays.
Rich ask yourself this; if we all posted our buys and sells as they happen what would become of this forum? A. There's a record of the trades on another tab if you want to see that info. Also ask yourself what benefit does it really give to others when you advise that you have [allegedly] bought some shares? Seriously what do you think it achieves? I assume it's to flush out those waiting for a buy signal? If so, and given that you've bought previously and the share price has then fallen afterwards, why would anyone have confidence in your 'buys' It could be seen as a signal that we should sell when you buy....
You are a vacuous ramper. Nothing more, nothing less.
Whatever they think, these wells are performing. There are not many wells these days in the UKCS with sustained daily production figures of 10k. Yes when virgin, yes when you shoot them to bits, but figures like this are a thing of the 70’s-90’s. Golden Eagle was pretty prolific in recent history but I’m unaware of many other big fields producing at this level on a well by well basis.
SIPP “And to hear wellwell on here pontificating And spouting ****e and then doing the very thing he is advocating against, is laughable.”
This is the kind of thing people like SIPP do. At no point was I pontificating about not flying and reducing my carbon footprint. I was defending a girl sailing to America to try and raise the climate action profile for the good of the planet as other undermine a young person, who like her peers will have to live with the consequences of our foolish disregard for the environment.