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Interesting times ahead for Namibia Oil E&P
Eco oil and gas presentation - 13/1/2013. Namibia Play.
Four Wells Planned in Walvis Basin:
- Repsol/Arcadia/ Tower Block 2011A (Q1 2013)
- HRT Blocks 2112B 2212A (Q1 2013)
- BP Block 1912B Subject to Government approval (Q2 2013)
- Chariot Blocks 2312A/B, 2412A "Central Blocks" (H2 2013)|
|more to come...
|A new thread to discuss what ultimately drives the market.... The Economy|
|...and now all the fun is over. The End|
|...which, of course, collapsed...|
|Buyer was BTG, which was in on the Guanabara bid...|
|a 2.6 million pound buy yesterday afternoon.
so somebody thinks there's life in the old dog yet.
Offer period closes @ lunchtime today.
This really is just my opinion.|
|The following posted on iii by Farmer Dave:
'Interesting they have extended offer to 23 oct but not upped it - they have 37.83% of the shares - Guanabara have pulled out and they have 12.42%,trafalgar 5.2%,arnold bleich 14.1%,millenium 1.64%,rab 2% - so people are holding out against jpm.
I have only seen something like this before when a group got together and held up the buyer - they signed a confi agreement (they held a majority) and acted as one to set the price for the takeover. Purely speculation on my part but cannot help thinking this might be happening here otherwise to get to 50% wouldn't you raise the bid ?
JPM want to takeover the whole lot (need 80% for compulsory purchase) - between the groups above and JPM they could nearly get 80%. If they compulsory purchase the remainder they have todo it at the max price in the last 12 mos (106? or new bid)
Either they all walk away (invest bankers can be stupid and lead by their d*cks when it comes to making a deal) or they make a deal at a reasonably higher price.
My money (literally) is still on the deal being made given the speed JPM stepped up their bid and traded in the market...any comments please ?'|
|Actually, at the second glance, it was probably a Sell misrecorded as a Buy. TIJMO.|
|Oh well, looks like the fun's over here, except maybe for the guy who bought 23K at 105p at 8:06 this morning - does he think there's going to be a white knight riding in with a new offer?|
|Lapse of offer
by Guanabara Holdings B.V. for EcoSecurities Group plc (EcoSecurities)
and announcement of level of acceptances.
The Board of Guanabara Holdings B.V. (Guanabara) announces that its increased
cash offer of 90 pence per EcoSecurities Share (the Increased Cash Offer)
has not become unconditional as to acceptances by 1.00 p.m. on 12 October 2009.
Guanabara has concluded that it cannot justify an offer in excess of the current
offer from Carbon Acquisition Company Limited at 105p per share in cash. The
Increased Cash Offer has lapsed with immediate effect and is no longer capable
of acceptance. All acceptances of the Increased Cash Offer received to date are
|surprised not to see a little more action from the main players here. Either Guanabera is a white-knuckle, edge of seat negotiator, or it has no lead left in its pencil. Time will tell, but the floor remains 105p for the bid, so I think it remains a fairly safe gamble to hold for the moment. TIJMO|
this carbon trader has to be far better value and its significantly ahead of profit forecasts|
|Looks like all bets are on the table. Now we're just waiting for you, Pedro. Anda! Let's see what you've got under that guayabera!|
|Calm before the storm? Or is it clams?|
|How long can take it take for Guayabera to read a few accounts? Come on, Pedro, bid! You know you want it! £1-50 should see off the competition...(TIJMO)|
|Looks like UBS have cashed in at 1.05.|
|Well there we go, Guatebanana-EDF announce that, after doing their due diligence - you might have thought they'd have done this earlier - they may or may not come back with an offer superior to JPM's...the fun continues.|
|JPM have increased their offer, so 105p is the new floor for ECO share price Back to waiting for Guatemalabanana's response...|
|Unless I am missing something, regular share trading seems to have diminished significantly in the last couple of days, but the volume of CFD traffic is still very high, and clearly indicating an expectation of increased bidding. As ever, you can rely on those City people to hear the jungle drums long before us regular folk, and as I once heard, 'Qui seme le vent recolte le tempo'. If anyone is actually listening, this is all just my opinion.|
|Guanabara announced on 1 September 2009 that the Increased Cash Offer would not
be further increased unless, inter alia, a competitive situation arises. A
competitive situation has now arisen and consequently Guanabara reserves the
right to further increase its Increased Cash Offer.
Guanabara has today requested certain due diligence information from
EcoSecurities as it is entitled to do so under the Takeover Rules.|