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Anglo African Oil & Gas Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/1/2020
15:00
Also his name is MacDonald he gets very very upset with bad spelling
aaogplc
24/1/2020
14:53
Perhaps they already know!
aaogplc
24/1/2020
13:02
aaogplg, You're probably right, I might never see the contents of any agreements or the contents of the claim. But I bet any buyer or budding replacement management group such as Align/Alexander McDonald will want to know whats gone on and what the possible exposures are. Fools if they don't.......
nutty1
24/1/2020
10:57
What are you talking about? Fool
aaogplc
24/1/2020
10:18
Seagreen told us private BB from Day BB. He forgot to use cryptography, easy to access, no one on it! Tells you a story what?
dudishes
24/1/2020
05:16
Seagreen and Harps maybe?
dudishes
23/1/2020
22:06
What is the point in speculating on the content of an agreement that you will never see. What possible relevance does this now have. It is game over. Unless........
aaogplc
23/1/2020
21:22
Seagreen While you and Ms Cope may ultimately be correct in saying that the Askell case has no merit, I think there are one or two questions that need to be addressed before we can say that unequivocably. 1) Was there a contract between AAOG and Askell and did it include non-disclosure and non-compete agreements? 2) Did the contract extend to affiliated companies? 3) Was ATOG an AAOG-affiliated company at the time the Medco Tunisia deal completed in November? 4) Is ATOG still an AAOG-affiliated company? At the risk of being told in no uncertain terms what ‘assumptions’ are, I am going to assume that Askell had some kind of Finders Fee/Bonus arrangement in place to be paid at the time the sale of the Medco Tunisia assets completed. I cannot believe that there wouldn’t have been a NDA/Non-compete clause in place, neither can I believe that they would not extend to affiliate companies or people. These are standard clauses. If it can be demonstrated that 1), 2) and 3) above have occurred, then I think AAOG has a case to answer when it comes to breach of confidentiality or non-compete. If you think AAOG has no case, and the above have occurred, then NDAs are about as much use as toilet paper and it makes a nice blueprint for ripping off other organisations. Still, I don't know the answers and you may be right, Seagreen. Time, and possibly the courts, will tell..
nutty1
22/1/2020
11:06
Wrong Oxford??
aaogplc
22/1/2020
09:37
Oh dear. Is it more proof the oxford energy was just a front for certain people to hide behind to try and gain control of aaog?Accounts overdue. Oxford no history. Red flagged. And now registered address removed and reverted to c/h Cardiff.All those crying out loud in favour of that alternative deal , may well have had a vested interest in it.
apfindley
21/1/2020
06:39
Seagreen, another whoops! His ramping on losers (deguised in parallel with Son's accident), bull. I will remind you, that he used his Son's accident as an excuse for failures stock exchange, rather odd what? As for failure ADVFN BLUE thread, all had lost their money. Pretty clear by what they were placing shares? Doddy has removed most, for that apparent reason. Get real!
dudishes
20/1/2020
15:52
orm expecting a great week,with the seller out!Mcap of 3 mil can not justify 5.5 mil cash and another asset without debts!Feel Sorry for previous shareholders who got the -70% drop after the sell of tungsten mine,but cash is twice the mcap without debts!
costax1654x
20/1/2020
15:51
Read the rns it will answer your question.It's quite amusing they put that trade on the market.
apfindley
20/1/2020
15:40
What is that 84 million trade ?
sbb1x
20/1/2020
11:16
going back down! what will be the future of AAOG ?
nash81
20/1/2020
10:28
Lets raise a glass to the future of that well known Rum Captain?
seagreen
20/1/2020
10:26
PS the CV of "Captain" (sic) James Berwick and his previous careeer and his military experience on Linkedin (see below) really ought to be checked out with the French Foreign Legion and 2nd Battalion of the Parachute Regiment as whilst it might not be relevant to his future in the oil industry I gather one or two members of 2nd Para are having great dificulty recollecting a "Captain" (sic) James Berwick ever being in 2nd Para of his age and experience...apparently this claim was also brought to the attention of Mr Sefton..... Presumably Finncap must have carried out their basic due dilligence (as others have) on his appointment as CEO of AAOG or we are really dealing with two rotten eggs who have destroyed AAOG and harmed other Directors careers for the future. I am almost too scared of ringing up 2nd Para....surely it can not be true? hxxps://www.linkedin.com/in/james-berwick-771b2111/ 2eme Regiment Etranger de Parachutistes Company Name French Foreign Legion Dates Employed 1994 – 2001 Employment Duration 7 yrs HM Forces Parachute Regiment 2nd Battalion the Parachute Regiment Company Name HM Forces Parachute Regiment Dates Employed 1989 – 1994 Employment Duration 5 yrs
seagreen
20/1/2020
08:59
FWI I could not be the author..I totaly disagree Officer Digby with Shareprophets and I think the Askell lawsuit almost certainly has no merit under UK law and Ms Cope is right. (She is not stupid and has a first rate knowledge of law being an x QE) AAOG have no benefit accrued to them from the ATOG transaction what so ever only a liability to recover costs. I think the lawsuit is typical of a US oil advisory firm and the only claim they may have would be against ATOG and or Sefton and Berwick the rogue x employees who stole the asset. The legal entity AAOG and the shareholders of AAOG have zero benefit and turned down the asset and did not consumate the deal, any finders fee or commission due would be success related only. So I think Share Prophets are talking balls on this issue, which is rare and are talking their own negative PR story up in a rather News of the World third rate fashion and its shoddy sensational journalism. Shame on them.
seagreen
17/1/2020
18:26
SK2 your giving the link to the author!
officerdigby
17/1/2020
15:11
seagreen, There was a non circumvention clause in the contract which means AAOG still on the hook for the introduction fee money. A standard clause otherwise everybody would weasel out of paying intro fees by doing what AAOG did with ATOG. All explained here: Https://www.shareprophets.com/views/46823/bombshell-the-truth-about-the-lawsuit-that-should-sink-anglo-african-oil-gas-see-its-board-and-possibly-nomad-sacked This is completely separate from the £300k which AAOG spent on DD which ATOG benefited from.
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