|Tue 20:21||woodpecker25||Db - re post 27145. I believe you have misquoted the RNS in order to make your unsubstantiated point. You write "The process is expected to take approximately 3 to 4 weeks"From memory the RNS said "This process...." The way you put it is clear, but they way they put it in the RNS is ambiguous, hence the constant confusion. It is not clear which part of the process is to take 3-4 weeks, or... read more...|
|yesterday 13:26||steelwatch||sean - that's 4 days then. Thu, Fri, Mon and Tue. OB starts around 09:30. However, news will be announced when it's good and ready and not before. I am sure DF, if it is DF, will have plenty to say notwithstanding. read more...|
|Tue 21:05||seangwhite||Well WoodyWe now see why the typical RNS that PTR put out usually take so long to craft -it is all in the obtuse phraseology!VGLTA read more...|
|Tue 12:24||seangwhite||Looks like our BOD are really working hard on the long awaited RNS or is it just that they are waiting on Oil India to sign off on the subtle nuances (they are so fond of) on actual production that is causing this embaressingly long delay.
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|Tue 10:59||ravin146||Dbarron, just wanted to check with you due to your higher knowledge of this company's insides and outs...when can directors buy ptr shares? If so why have they already done so? I remember you stated 'closed period' etc but it should be removed by now? Secondly, are there any indications why testing has taken 4 weeks? read more...|
|21 Nov 2014||seangwhite||Kev
The point I was trying to make that with a large shareholder who was trying to take control of the company sitting with such a large percentage it seems to me that it can only pan out in either of the ways I outlined. For Natlata to buy more shares (as they stated) they have the problem of going over holdings which trigger a full bid.
I cannot really see them sitting by while the company... read more...|
|21 Nov 2014||granto2||as for Natlata, Oil India has been game changer for them, and they seem content to sit back and see how the management perform. read more...|