Aminex Share Chat - AEX
|Share Name||Share Symbol||Market||Type||Share ISIN||Share Description|
|Aminex||LSE:AEX||London||Ordinary Share||IE0003073255||ORD EUR0.001|
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|Industry Sector||Turnover (m)||Profit (m)||EPS - Basic||PE Ratio||Market Cap (m)|
|Oil & Gas Producers||1.4||-10.4||-1.3||-||39.52|
Aminex Share Discussion Threads
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|Too late Gerry patient expired||skinwalker|
|What would the AEX share price be with production at 200mmcfd? North of 20p by any chance?||haggismchaggis|
|Thank you Impvesta and well done our Juliet, rather more tenacious than some of the patsy questioning served up in most of these video clips. Notable again that while AEX now talk of the appraising of Ntorya being put back to Q1 2016, Ritson is still sticking to "later this year" and "within a couple of years ........ producing 100 -200mmcfd" - now that should get edgar222 going. The Tanzanian elections, btw, are on Sunday 25th October.||warbaby43|
|Interview with Neil Ritson:
|blackgold00 I see you have another vanishing advfn post.||dfgo|
|The final para is interesting, raising the question why coal, especially when previous press releases about this plant have all made mention of the relevance of Mtwara gas. Is it because an adequate supply of gas is not yet available?
|Has anyone heard any rumours?||bunbooster2|
|Not bought any and not got funds to buy any (yet) but am pleased that what I thought I was watching turns out to be an actual...u know....thing (technical term) Cheers||edgar222|
|O/T edgar, I see VOG's bullish pennant has done the trick...measured target 80.00p (minimum;¬) ATB M||marnewton|
|GavinIts Solo he is interested in.||edgar222|
|I wasn't aware that Lenigas also in AEX? edgar222 10 Oct'15 - 17:48 - 54165 of 54167 1 0 David Lenigas tweets: "GSA worthless without pipeline open. My guess is now 2 weeks and GSA may be signed and Kiliwani Gas down the line. IMHO"||gavinbell|
|Google translate version of this article
President Jakaya Kikwete has opened three projects, including one factory to process natural gas of the tournament while stressing Tanzania electric utility TANESCO do everything possible to rid the country in the problem of power rationing.
The president gave his statement while opening the gas processing plant of the tournament lies in Mtwara rural district in Mtwara clearly pointing in electronic form is insufficient.
While in the area of the factory said President Jakaya Kikwete used the opportunity to urge TPDC provide water for the citizens of the county for Madimba who suffer from a serious problem of water and had to use the water of the valleys that are not safe.
For his part, the minister of energy and mineral Mh.George Lion Chawene said natural gas is the savior and once completed will remove this problem.
He has opened a factory to produce the Dangote cement factory to produce acids of sovo chem, corresponding to put the foundation stone for construction of the national housing agency and a building of the pension fund for civil servants.
|"GSA worthless without pipeline open. My guess is now 2 weeks and GSA may be signed and Kiliwani Gas down the line. IMHO" Don't often find it worth paying attention to Lenigas's tweets, but on this occasion his view seems to match mine. It's certainly beginning to look like the end of this month, or not long after, for a GSA and at least the start of getting gas in the pipe. The current available gas power stations should be fully connected by then. And I hadn't previously appreciated just how much hydro generation they appear to have lost due to water shortages: He said the country is facing a water shortfall in all hydropower production plants in the country, which used to produce 561 megawatts hat have now dropped to the current 105 megawatts only. from BG's recent link No wonder they need to the get as much gas generation as possible online asap. Peter||greyingsurfer|
|David Lenigas tweets: "GSA worthless without pipeline open. My guess is now 2 weeks and GSA may be signed and Kiliwani Gas down the line. IMHO"||edgar222|
|Blows your mind. Switching off hydroelectric power to conserve water for other uses. I would never even have thought that would be a thing... but makes sense. Water can be a scarce resource. Show how much this will benefit Tanzania. Better, cheaper electricity supply from abundant natural gas. Better water supply. Better platform for industry growth internally and foreign income from electricity and gas export to surrounding countries. Funny to think we're funding a small part of that. Shows the power of capitalism and markets.||bunbooster2|
|thanks for that last throw, that's what I was thinking, well hoping, when I first saw that article this morning. well my fingers and toes are firmly crossed for news soon, the next 2 weeks?||blackgold00|
|Textbook! All things lining up for the gas to flow before a GSA is in place.....imo.||dan_the_epic|
|Hi all Nice that he took the time to email me this: Nice touch for Yellow Jersey to email me this morning - apologies for delay in posting but only just opened my private email: "Hi Charles, FYI – in case there was any debate over demand for gas…. Best, DOM Dominic Barretto Managing Director" Embedded in the email was the article announcing the switching off of all hydro power to conserve water - so who says that they don't need our gas now!!!!! LT||last throw|