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This is a super piece by Chris Oil. Get reading it.
'Lord' Chris has spoken!
daniel levi bmd
|I have created a new thread for ADL:
|BAM BAM Rubble power being electricity..|
|"A farm-in offer for one asset is now under consideration by its existing owners."
The previous RNS mentioned two offers made and a third under consideration so a change since then.|
|this is the best bit of the RNS..
gas to power projects in Sumatra,|
|Wakey, wakey - RNS out.|
|Look, cant you just wait till its online again, do you expect anyone to believe a made up email anyway, even if you had reply, we all know whats happening.|
|No worries here......not much point when it's suspended anyway.|
|LSE OldGasBag 1,201 postsDW E MailsJust had a reply from DW really pleased with the reply. I won't cut and paste as probably not fair but in summary just a few snippets which I'm sure he won't mind disseminating to all holders" Team on the grd is working its socks off and he is ecstatic with the progress" Keep the faith when closed period ends company will be completely re branded " Nothing to worry about chaps its just taking time but something big and definitely good is happening to make him ecstatic.....|
|One month now passed since suspension. One month closer to news.|
While we are waiting listen to this for the wow factor|
|@BigGibAIM: Investors Winter Warmer Bash 3rd Dec15 ?? BREAKING NEWS!!! Just had confirmation #CEB will be attending this event ? https://t.co/oMnIggi6CN|
|CEB holders take note. Off the @Brand_UK twitter account. Power shortages & blackouts loom across Indonesia highlighting nascent demand.
On September 2nd, CEB said it sees the gas and power market in Indonesia as an opportunity that should form part of its long-term balanced asset portfolio. Yesterday an article was published in the Jakarta Post warning that revolving blackouts are likely given the power shortages that exist – again highlighting the market potential. Alihuddin Sitompul, director at the Energy & Mineral Resources directorate general for Electricity said, "We are currently pushing our power plants to the limits of their operation in order to catch up with growing demand.” He added, “We have to rest some of the plants, yet that simply means supply will become a nagging concern.” From PR firm website. hxxp://www.branduk.net/revolving-blackouts-loom-as-power-shortages-worsen-across-indonesia-jakarta-post/|
|why are you posting something from 2008?|
|I would be very surprised if the placing is not significantly below the price the shares were suspended at with significant dilution|
|Lets just see what happens aye, sounding like a normal overhyped set of postings otherwise, chill, grab a cuppa and wait ......|
|What a career!!! if he replicates any of the above projects, this will be quite a ride!!!!!
Maybe he wants to retire on a bang, making the biggest impact !!!|
|Manager Reservoir Engineering: Husky Oil Operations
Reporting to the division Vice-President, responsibilities included evaluation and reporting of
Husky's heavy oil and gas reserves, preparation of asset exploitation plans and long-range
development plans for conventional heavy oil fields, fields under pressure maintenance
through waterflooding and fields producing under thermal enhanced recovery schemes.
Created and implemented a shallow gas exploitation strategy resulting in gas production
increase of 50 million standard ft3
in 18 months adding estimated 75 million BOE of
|Manager – Caltex Gas Sales Gulf Indonesia Resources Ltd
Responsible for developing and implementing a strategy for the commercialisation of Gulf's
first gas discovery at the Gelam field in South Sumatra. As Indonesia had no domestic gas
market to speak of, the task covered market analysis, establishing threshold economics and
reserve requirements, gaining government support and preparation of the conceptual
development plan to deliver 350 million standard ft3
per day to the Duri Steamflood through a
gas plant located in South Sumatra and a 540 km 28" gas transmission line to Duri. The total
cost estimate for the project was $US1.078 billion.
Received approval from the government of Indonesia to proceed with the implementation
of the South Sumatra to Duri gas development plan in October 1993, which was the first
major domestic gas infrastructure in the country|