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|Thanks, v v interesting.|
Worth a listen - especially timeframe for announcement of possible agreements etc :)
|£2.5m still in cash according to the recent podcast - on a mkt cap of £4.8m.|
|Still very well funded and possibly a deal yet to come on a higher impact asset.
"Upland continued to study a number of opportunities in the Far East, Morocco and elsewhere with a view to farm-in, or acquisition of the rights to the acreage from the relevant government. At the time of this Report, a number of opportunities are under active assessment".|
|2.516m trade. Hmmm.|
The process for reapplication and planning committee review can be protracted and as such in our updated forecasts we do not expect first oil from Wressle until CY18|
|Well bid this morning...|
|All will happen in the fullness of time.|
|Positive news about international assets might be embarrassing so soon after the director's wife bought 1% of the ISC. It would still be very welcome, of course!|
|Only positive news flow about international assets will move this in the right direction.|
|Interest picking up here|
|Someone definitely acquiring chunks on a weekly basis|
|Of course she knows nothing...she just has a lot of faith in her hubby or, like I said, that was his Valentine Day gift.|
|They were a purchase in the open market. Shrewd cookie the Mrs! Presumably she knows nothing!
|Even more reason for this to do well when it is the wife. A director previously associated with the Sarawak government. Bearing in mind his cv below, I can't see him and the other director and Chairman from the same region holding so much stock to be interested solely in small onshore UK oilfields. We know the company is seeking a 3rd asset internationally and has been for some while.
"Bolhassan, an elected member of the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly from 1987 to 2011, has many years of political and commercial experience within the region. Bolhassan has held positions as Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, Assistant Minister in the Sarawak Chief Minister’s Department and subsequently Assistant Minister at the Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Communication.
Bolhassan began his career in 1979 at Sarawak Shell Bhd. (a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc) where he gained project planning, design, construction, commissioning and start-up experience in offshore projects. These included the F6A project in Sarawak waters (the largest offshore gas project in the region), the E11 and F23 gas production projects in Sarawak waters and also projects such as the St Joseph and South Furious offshore oil production platforms in Sabah waters.
Bolhassan has had significant oil and gas experience with Shell in South Korea, Singapore, the North Sea and the Netherlands."|
|So the 2.5M was a Valentine's Day gift from a NED to his wife? Awww|
|I think the recent drop was overdone and yesterday saw it quickly readjust to the placing price at which Directors recently bought in quite a few. Having said that the 2.5M buy must be confident!|
I can see this motor very quickly if the right deal is done.|
|I wonder if there has been any progress on a non UK asset acquisition ?
3 months since the Wressle deal.|
|so if the address those couple of points it will be ratified presumably.
Still think my conservative view of 5p- 6p by Dec will come to pass|
|planning committee full summary...
That planning permission be refused for the following reason:
Insufficient information has been submitted in support of the planning application to allay the concerns of the local planning authority with regard to ground contamination from both water run-off and the infiltration of water used in the development into water courses. The proposal would therefore have an unacceptable impact on local residents, the community and the local economy. The proposed development is therefore considered to be contrary to saved policies M23, DS13 and DS15 of the North Lincolnshire Local Plan (2003) and policy CS18 of the North Lincolnshire Core Strategy (2011).|
|This note is from last November, do not recall seeing it posted..