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|In the grand scheme of things 7p is likely to be 6p-ish|
|I'll wait for 6p-ish.|
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|oilandgas there was a recent broker note issued from shorecap. On one of the pages was and extract from the project log with anticipated dates for each step. Could be worth you looking it up for reference.
The dates of course are not set in stone but offer a guide on the plan. One thing I will say is, with the mention of expediting the project I would be inclined to think these dates will move forward as opposed to move back. As such drilling and seismic in my opinion should materialise sooner than anticipated.|
|@wheniamfree - thanks
Any timescale s for this year on the following:
"Plenty of news to come, drilling and 2D seismic for additional reserves via cash already raised."|
|Wont be back to 6p unless they do another share purchase plan and only value themselves at 6p. They have however said that they are funded for the rest of this year so no reason to think they will. IMO 7p is still a v good price and expect next news to take it back to 9...ish.|
|Ignore potter he talks utter trash and is hung up on flow rates.
The same flow rates which have been used to calculate the above reserves as commercial. The reason for non disclosure is simply that a price for gas sale has yet to be agreed and as such one keeps their cards close to their chest until the agreement of sale price is made.
The flow rates are clearly good enough (as per point above) plus the fact other parties are now backing the project including IPC with access to $250milliojn of funding via their partners.
Potter is the resident clown here who can't seem to move on until the egg can clearly be seen dropping from his face whilst gnawing his own hat.
Plenty of news to come, drilling and 2D seismic for additional reserves via cash already raised. Submission of RFP to government for upto 100mw, details of the deal with IPC those are short term. They also have mining license application too.
The Peter Earl called this project a showcase, he was also keen to fast track the project and get the transmission lines in place as quickly as possible to start injecting power into the grid before the 100mw offtake and IPA was agreed. Those power lines will be capable of supplying 250MW so plenty of room for expansion.
The geology is similar to that in the Bowen Basin which is now being targetted in Australia for production. The difference with Botswana is, the costs both for capital and operational are cheaper whilst the energy prices will be much higher. If they can do it in the Bowen they can do it in Botswana and it will likely be much more profitable.|
|I see Gary Newman has tipped this, he likes a management with a good track record. It looks like the project will succeed.
Some big name players involved. If it falls back i might take a few, but looks like might be hard to buy at 6p again.|
|They won't be drilling at all anytime soon - there aren't any viable, sustainable Gas Flow Rates available, as per the Business's own News releases.
The reserves don't appear to be there either, to sustain many years supply to the Plant visualised, as the volumes/rate required in the grand scheme of things.
The only new News anybody needs to be concerned with is the formal, detailed response they have to provide (with Partners) by July.
The response is the only current Obstacle to a) any worthwhile next steps and b) an actual Project to develop an actual Plant & infrastructure with Energy production definitely in mind.
Take a gamble and buy low ahead of July, it's all about RISK for reward right now.|
|Is this the NEXT hot stock? I can see the potential here.
Doesn't seem to be any barriers in the way if it starts to gain momentum.|
Other than the placing ( now extended), and RFp in jul17, what news is due for TLOu after the share placing complete and trades on 27apr?
Any drilling Plans for Lesedi and mamba ?
Reserves look good:
Ø 44% increase in 2P (Proved and Probable) Gas Reserves to 3.9 billion cubic feet (BCF)
Ø 390% increase in 3P (Proved, Probable and Possible) Gas Reserves to 261 BCF
Ø The increases comprise:
-- additional certified Reserves in the Lesedi Project area (PL 002) based on a southern extension of the Selemo pilot area; and
-- initial certified Reserves in the Mamba Project area (PL's 238 and 240) based on a western extension of the Selemo pilot area.|
|i will be attending the Oil Capital Conference event in London on the 11th of May
TLOU are expected to present ... although haven't confirmed yet
will keep you posted
|That's better Potty ;0)|
|How's your investment in Churchill doing Old-king=Coal.ey ?
There's nothing wrong with forming a personal opinion of a Business's short to medium-term outlook based on diligent research... you should try it yourself sometime, you might not back so many Losers like Churchill|
|up time as we move closer to ITT submission|
|Yep. Old Pottymouth churns out the same codsh1t time after time.|
|Potter, same old sad story - move on fella.|
|That Chart above looks like a series of ever descending Ms to me, with a possibility of another significant drop down to the right imminent... it's all about perspectives... and how 'pure' your Crystal Ball might be... LOLs
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