Anglo Pacific Share Chat - APF
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|Obama not keen on change? ALL IMO. DYOR. QP||quepassa|
|Yet oddly the Chinese seem very keen on green energy and are ploughing more money into it than anyone.||rcturner2|
|Anyone thinking the lights are going to be switched off after this Paris meeting is a simpleton. We've seen it all before and the Americans just aren't that interested in changing anything so are in no position to dictate to anyone else on climate change.||gwr7|
|... presumed to be in the know||piedro|
|RCTTurner2 Well, being right might save us all trillions in taxes and wasted resources. I am not sure what "it" is but if you mean trying to understand what to do when investing in this sector you are right. People in power need vast amounts of money and right now applying warm ist ideology is one of the most abundant sources. And there has not been any warming for nearly two decades, recently "adjusted" data notwithstanding. Oh, the waste, the waste.||bolador|
|bolador, it does not actually matter what causes the warming. Most people seem to think it is CO2, and so want to cut CO2 emissions. It is not about being right, it is about understanding the actions of the people in power.||rcturner2|
|"WHAT IS THE NUMBER ONE CAUSE OF GREENHOUSE GASES." CO2 says QP. Now really QP you may know a bit about coal but science not so much. CO2 is a greenhouse gas and whether it's increase as a proportion of the atmosphere comes before or after historic or recent warming is a matter for debate although unfortunately for the warmest argument it is looking increasingly likely that the level of CO2 is irrelevant to the warming process. As to coal, that the developing world should be deprived of a cheap and abundant power source because of warmist ideology seems unjust to say the least.||bolador|
|Well, he would, wouldn't he. He's the US senator from Texas, isn't he? I wonder what Texas are famous for producing.
"Pause and consider… less than a decade ago, plans to build 150 new coal plants were all but certain. So were plans to move millions of barrels of tar sands oil across the country. There was little hope of curbing CO2 emissions, even in the face of runaway global warming.
Today, coal is declining, the Keystone XL pipeline is stalled, and global CO2 emissions are flat. The promise of a clean, renewable energy future is here.
The Sierra Club Foundation is dramatically increasing its commitment to a clean energy future by doubling down on efforts to move beyond fossil fuels while maintaining our long-standing commitment to protecting wild lands, getting more people from every background outdoors, and working to achieve environmental justice by broadening the reach and diversity of the environmental movement."
There are important movements like the sierra club all over the world which are beginning to have real clout and influence on climate change.
|Depends who you believe. Cringeworthy to watch anyway.
Sen. Cruz Questions Sierra Club President Aaron Mair on Climate Change
|"THERE IS NO PLAN B
BECAUSE THERE IS NO PLANET B"
The words of Laurent Fabius, minister of Foreign Affairs for France and President of the 2015 Paris Climate Change conference.
Watch the video intro and then listen to his one minute presentation video on the official COP21/Paris conference web-site:-
|These forecasts are woefully wrong.
The analysts who prepare these graphs do not factor in the POLITICAL factors which will increasingly change the energy mix away from dirty fossil fuels.
With the forthcoming Paris Climate Change conference, things are going to change rapidly.
If you want to continue to believe that the Paris Climate Change conference will be unimportant and won't change things irreversibly, please do not read this:-
|Emergence of Southeast Asia as energy giant carries risks, opportunities
IEA report sees continued shift to coal and increasing dependence on oil and gas imports
8 October 2015 Kuala
|I personally see APF nearer 60p by February. Surely you mean off-load, off-load given the way that coal is falling. The forthcoming Paris climate change conference will be a nail in the coffin for climate-damaging industries. Global leaders and top scientists will meet to discuss the appalling damage to the atmosphere and the heating-up of the planet with devastating weather impacts. What is the number one cause of greenhouse gases? CO2. What is the greatest contributor to CO2 emmissions? Yes, that's right. With clear evidence of what is the major contributor to the global warming crisis, the use of coal will become heavily regulated and CO2 emissions more and more taxed. This bodes ill for coal which will be increasingly vilified as the leading source of dirty energy and greenhouse gases. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP||quepassa|
|The knives are out! APF 100p Feb 2016. Load up load up, the express train is about to leave etc etc ;)||gavapentin|
|Interesting you should draw on a post from the BVM thread QuePassa. Did you forget it's your alternative avatar michaelmouse that posts on that one? Spooky!||gwr7|
|An amusing aside about Piedro, he complained on one thread about off topic posts and then started to post off topic himself. When I pointed this out, he stropped off and said he would never post on the thread again. Needless to say he was back again within a short period of time.||rcturner2|
|QP has always been a very informed and useful poster on this thread. I notice that neilb does not seem to post here any more, he was one of the uber bulls on this thread and bought in at over 200p (going by when he first started to post).||rcturner2|
|Please don't feed the Trolls||piedro|
|Back again. Strange how quiet you were between 1st and 8th October while the price was rising ; )||gwr7|
|Page 34 FT today. Interesting article headlined: " AUSTRALIA THERMAL COAL PRICE AT EIGHT-YEAR LOW" The price of high- grade Australian thermal coal - the main benchmark for the Asian market- has fallen to an eight-year low amid a glut. Coal shipped this week from the Australian port of Newcastle was assessed at $54.88 a tonne. The lowest since 2007 and a massive 9.6% drop since June. Coal is 70% below its 2009 peak. Looks to me like any thermal coal royalties for 2015 are going to be the worst for many years. I shall be covering coking coal shortly. I have to believe in my opinion that the lowered coal prices will have a seriously negative impact on coal royalties. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP||quepassa|
|Some desparate derampers on here haydock, clinging to anything to get the price down eg. conversation below (his crucial 80p support level failed by the way): QuePassa 21 Sep'15 - 11:49 - 7562 of 7589 Share price looking very weak over last few days since downgrade and target price reduction by FinnCap. GWR7 21 Sep'15 - 14:17 - 7563 of 7589 Spurious comment QuePassa. On that basis the Avesco chart is looking very week. You're a good poster on that thread where you stick to facts rather than daily monitoring of the share price. QuePassa 21 Sep'15 - 14:43 - 7564 of 7589 How then would you account for APF's recent rapid fall from the high 80's to the current 80p level, if not by the recent FinnCap downgrade? Sitting on a crucial support line at 80p, if that fails it will be in big trouble. GWR7 21 Sep'15 - 15:23 - 7566 of 7589 Looking at the chart QP there is nothing exceptional about the recent drop in price. Time will tell but you could argue it's in a channel.||gwr7|
|Good morning folks, long time no visit.
Just to follow up on news last week: you largely ignored on here.
|COAL moved in a 20 year cycle last time it started its rise Remember Cambrian Mining and Asia Energy ? The low for COAL could still be a long way away||buywell3|