|Tue 17:08||bushman1||Oliesim, please give it a rest will you. Your posts simply show your lack of research on any subject to do with BLVN. They are tiresome, unhelpful and petty. May I request you take a break from the stock market and return to this board when there should be good news in October/November. This course of action would be much appreciated, I do thank you. read more...|
|25 Aug 2014||loglorry1||Strange that Lukoil didn't just bid for 100% of stock. They'd have got 2x as much of Etinde + 100% Bomono for about 60p. Think we have to take a big pinch of salt with what KH says "informally".
|Tue 22:02||bushman1||Oliesim, with respect, what you fail to understand is that no one on this bb appreciates having a fellow poster who snipes at others much better versed and much more understanding of the BLVN position than yourself.If you cannot be bothered to do thorough research, as Ghhghh and others posting here obviously do, then simply leave them and us, in peace. These are frustrating times for all of we... read more...|
|25 Aug 2014||loglorry1||James - well there are quite a few claims that I've not seen substantiated anywhere. Do you have any links or news about this or are you just speculating? read more...|
|yesterday 14:01||gloucester rugby||Just some thoughts.
Firstly SNH took up Back in Rights of 20%. Which means they are committed to the success of the Etinde project.
What everyone agrees with is that we have the assets but issue with monitisation. What the deal gives us is the cash to monitise. Lukoil as our partner have the financial and technical muscle to develop the field and as Ghhgh has said, they provide us with an... read more...|
|25 Aug 2014||splitbay||"As it happens i am still on cloud nine after baby no 4 showed up in a pregnancy test last week so i have not been responding to the guy as i am not 'hard enough' at the moment :)"
Congratulations Le Comm... I take it you have told the missus about your pregnancy test?
ATB. read more...|
What about the cash position and BLVN's ability to continue as a
going concern? None of the cheerleaders seem to mention this. If a
deal with Lukoil (or someone else) isn't completed by the end of
October the company will be running on empty as it'll be down to
around £10m when you factor in contingent liabilities. The
auditor will be reluctant to sign off as a going concern... read more...|
|Wed 19:14||nosnibord||Cyan, can you say 30p again? The more you say it the more likely it
is to happen you know. So 30p is a crazy price yet 33p isn't? Spot
the position poster! read more...|
go and have a drink and a lie down, you've been up all day!
ATB read more...|
|Thu 08:14||j drama||You'd think being in Scotland they'd be a bit tighter with their
Completely agree but unfortunately it's all too common with AIM
companies, if KH was running his own company I'm sure the overheads
would half what they are now. read more...|