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|buywell2 11 Sep'15 - 15:11 - 38321 of 38393 1 2
I have a feeling some folks are going to lose a lot of lolly in what will be later called
'' The Falklands OIL Folly ''
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|my good this reminds me of the past misty waters .......................|
|Hi kick off remember me|
|Oh Dear !
Don't want to say I told you so but.... :-) Still the Family have done well out of all those directors expenses since 1996. Kept them in a life of luxury and still does.
|From the RKH thread
buywell2 29 Jan'14 - 22:15 - 35893 of 35918 0 1 edit
The cold weather in the USA has thus far prevented a slide in OIL price
However warmer weather with increased Shale production could see OIL slide to circa $75 later this year
Should this happen Oilies will get hit BIG
Whils RKH is a GAS story I think it won't escape ... 100p possible
China GDP set to drop to 3% as it sorts it's credit deficit
Base metals and OIL/GAS etc to take hits
Defensive sectors to benefit soon
|Well, it's been fun! (Sometimes, anyway). See you on the FOGL boards.|
|I think we should rename this b/b "DES has gone at long last"! RIP|
ging gang google
|Des shares have been converted to fogl shares in my account this morning|
|Td waterhouse have not converted mine yet|
|right i haven't posted for ages, got feed up up with hangman and numpty Chris oil, anyway to all Des holders, i did phone up about my Des shares, apparently
if you have desire share cert then they will be posting you the Falkland oil shares in place of the Des shares about 60% of Falkland oil in place of Des hope this is of help,
hope Falkland oil does it for us now, good luck with it.
this is part of falkland oil announcement,
Under the terms of the Combination, Scheme Shareholders are entitled to receive 0.6233 FOGL Consideration Shares for each Desire Share and consequently pursuant to the Scheme, 212,150,020 New FOGL Shares will be issued to Desire Shareholders.
Application has therefore been made to the London Stock Exchange for the FOGL Consideration Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM, totalling 213,344,494 new FOGL Shares. It anticipated that the dealings in the FOGL Consideration Shares will commence at 8.00 a.m. on 6 December 2013. CREST member accounts in respect of the FOGL Depositary Interests in uncertificated form will be credited as soon as possible after 8.00 a.m. on 6 December 2013. Share certificates in respect of the FOGL Consideration Shares held in certificated form will be despatched to Desire Shareholders by no later than 19 December 2013.|
|before we all go can anyone tell me what our shares will be worth.held for years .good luck to all|
|My des shares are still shown in my natwest account no change yet|
|I hold mine via Halifax and they have been converted automatically this morning.
|My shares are with natwest stockbroker in a nominated account no share certificate & I don't remember having to accept any corporate action on the website so does that mean they will convert them to fogl share then?|
|Depends if you own the shares and have the certificates, or you used a broker that placed them in a nominated account. If the former you would have been informed by now, but if the latter, the broker will do (a) redeem the shares for cash and pay you or (b) convert them for FOGL shares. K|
|As a Des shareholder will my shares automatically be converted to fogl shares or was I meant to action something first?|
|Agnabeya: Thanks for the clarification. CU. Casandra|
|Hi Casandra -
at around 0.62 FOGL share for every DES share - that's roughly 6200 Fogl shares.
I'm not worried about FOGL dilution at all.
It's adding a lot of shares to FOGL- true - but some very good acreage and proven oil.
If they get to a quid a share - you've 6200 quid. Who knows?
I'm just happy still to be in the game.
Ging Gang - hope to hear more from you on FOGL.
Good night all - a farewell to DES
and see you on the Dark Side...:)|
|Hi Y'all: Thought I'd say goodbye too. Two queries though:
(A) I have, say, ten thousand DES shares. What will I have next week after the change to FOGL?
(B) What are the chances of them increasing/decreasing in value. Might what were 10,000 DES shares ever be worth, say, 10,000 pounds - or has dilution made that practically impossible? So long and see you on the other side. Casandra|
|OBH - I've gone from from Annabelle Giles to Grandma Giles with the waiting - you're not wrong! LOL
I like the wedding analogy Bard - makes me want to buy a hat. :)
I think we've all contributed poignant farewells -
See you on the FOGL BB sometime chaps -
"Suspension and Cancellation.
and there's not a lot else to say. :'( sniff|