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|Couple of letters this morning from HL. So I have now got my on-line account up and running. The transfer is progressing to my knowledge in the background. Quite impressed with how quick the account side of things has been set up. Lets see how well they get on with turning my shares into TSX shares....|
|I wonder when the management is going to suggest that they leave the TSX to stem the flow of expenses and then magically provide billions of barrels of oil at world prices with Bill smiling having shafted all of us?
They better not!|
Based on what I know about the new Tethys team, my personal view is that it is very much about trying to run a more efficient operation. It takes time and some hiccups
on the way in order to change course on an inherited "over trading,spending machine ".
At least the clear focus now is on stemming the flow of unnecessary expenses and increasing the flow of oil and gas and the consequent increase in revenues and profits which should boost the share price !.|
|I am sure I have seen that banner somewhere before.......
I do have slight concerns about this move as do others on here. It will make total sense if it's about future legal battles. I'm certainly not convinced it's all about cost cutting.|
|I own my first international share now woohoo!!|
|Last orders please...|
|I expected higher volume today...|
I hope this crisis on delisting is over and investors recognise the inherent value in the assets of the company and that the recent moves from the new team are positive and will provide the long awaitoil and recovery in the share price
Their focus is clear ;
Production of more oil and gas and ensuring that the produce is sold at competitive prices instead of being ripped off as took place in the past.
I wish them my best !!.|
|Agree hguess all that is left in London now is the finance department. It was a question I had so asked it in my long list. Main reason for asking was as I fully intend to stay put, I wanted to know we still had in country access to the company, that's all.|
Like you, I am reliably advised that Tethys goal is to give profit to Tethys and finally return money to shareholders. Tethys is currently involved in aiming to increase production and income and the moving of 4 people in London is not on the list of priorities"
The key priorities on the to do list are :
" Production, More Production, and Better and improved Pricing !"
I intend to stay put with my substantial investment and expect to achieve my return on capital !.
So, Please avoid all this speculation on relocating the London Office as there are
only four people based in London !.
The major operations to produce and sell oil and gas are in KAZ.|
|Q1 update 15th May, fully expect an update on court proceedings then.|
|SP holding up well so far. About 30 or so small sales for hundred odd quid. Looks like a clear out of shares held by PIs who gave up on TPL a long time ago.
The MMs seem to be able to provide an orderly exit.|
Roll on May indeed and we can hopefully put this corporate embarrassment behind us.|
|Morning all, quick update.The company are planning to formally write to a number of UK brokers to perhaps assist us in being able to accommodate our shares for trading. Also there are no plans to close the london offices. They are now completely focused on the kaz assets, mobilization phase underway and had it confirmed that providing there are no issues each well only takes about 2 weeks to drill. Roll on may.|
|casual47, no I don't believe they would try anything similar in Canadian or English courts only to try and get the main case derailed in some way by arguing it was not the relevant court. The other alternative is that they try and raise more spurious counter claims as seems to be the way things are done there.TPL will need to show they have the means to defend themselves so Olisol finally realises their antics only are harming themselves in the long run. That's the problem with legal matters is the time they take to resolve and the costs involved. Surely Olisol must have better things to do with their time / money? Just my take...|
|R64 - do you think Olisol can do their shenanigans in English or Canadian courts?
So far they have only attempted (with some success) to sabotage the company from within Kaz.|
|Cheers Walter Walcarpets. Best of luck with your future investments.|
|casual47, I agree that we don't know and your summary may we'll be the logical reason. However, if we look at the actions taken by Olisol in the past year they go above and beyond matters of breach of contract with the attempts to implicate and intimidate staff in alleged wrongdoing and putting out harmful public comments to the detriment of the company.If the company can defend these then I agree with TI that I'm sticking around to see what happens even with the real risks out there that mean we could be left with nothing.|
|TI: For your sake I genuinely hope you're right but I'm moving on. GLA|
|Lots of small 4 figure share volumes being sold (under 100 quid). I suppose the dormant account holdings of TPL are being sold by the likes of Barclays?|
|For contract disputes the jurisdiction and procedures for taking this to court/arbitration are defined in the contract.
With regards to issues regarding the share listing, TSX takes supremacy over LSE, clearly.
I think you guys are looking for red herrings.
It is probably as simple as this: TPL, right now, cannot afford to be listed in LSE. Which, if true, has all sorts of implications in itself.|
|Thank you redstone64. Appreciated. That would make sense.|