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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/5/2020
10:34
Why is it that BDC doesn’t ever develop anything new in Botswana. A misnomer if ever there was one. And Ministry of Minerals, Green Tech and Energy Security - why is it that Botswana has stuffed upon the domestic coal-based power generation capability making the country dependent upon much more expensive imported electricity from SA and Moz. Again, being responsible for Energy Security, another misnomer. I would understand if both these institutions had temporary blips in delivering their Charter and responsibilities. But 10 years later and still neither making progress .... Begs more than a few questions imo...
donkey40
28/5/2020
16:09
Wish someone on LSE would ask Whizzer - so they get a new crew to replace the BoD - then what? The new crew would presumably need to see a good chance of commercial success otherwise why sign up themselves. Would the new crew have any relationship with any of the Govt or Ministry folks - start again to build these talks how long? The new crew would need to be paid - with what? Whizz old boy - about time you showed some depth to your understanding on Tlou; any idiot can easily chant Replace the Board ...
donkey40
28/5/2020
15:27
London was at the epicenter we he left for Durham. It was only his child that he was concerned with not him and his wife. If you think he was only thinking about himself then your a leftwing labour bolshi.
liartidd
28/5/2020
01:05
Brad, you have the ability to edit your previous posts. Please do the right thing here.
donkey40
27/5/2020
11:38
. . . or to put it more politely; please could you keep political statements and thought off this board as it is for the discussion of all matters related to TLOU only; there are other boards on which you may make your politics known.
ginko3
27/5/2020
11:15
Brad - this board is for Tlou. Shut it !
donkey40
27/5/2020
09:47
He done it to protect his child? Who incidentally got sick because he was stuck in a car for 5 hours in Corona virus atmosphere.
liartidd
26/5/2020
22:11
Remember your mate Eric Molale Brad? Well here he is in his new role; just as hopeless and useless as he was in his last role. http://www.thepatriot.co.bw/news/item/8240-talk-to-molale,-social-workers-tell-angry-mob.html
donkey40
25/5/2020
15:08
As an old friend of mine on LSE (sadly no longer around) liked to post - DYOR.
donkey40
23/5/2020
01:35
I imagine the water is pretty useless considering it's source. Granite might be good enough for breweries and bottled water but saturated coal? The water goes into evaporation tanks for good reason - easy storage is one aspect a water company might prefer? The gas is being flared so it is unlikely to be an issue because we want to burn it and it burns. I'm repetitive because my stance backs the party line and it is very simple. It looks totally believable and I topped up twice today to guarantee my frequent trader price of £3 per trade for June. My main worry is Covid lockdowns - if we cannot get the guys we need to progress the CBM wing , there will be plenty of redunadant workers in Botswana who'll be able to play with meccano sets on ground level and build a solar farm. I'm hoping you are right , that it will be poles rather than pylons, if CBM remains on hold long-term, because that sounds like manual labour. TG has every angle covered imho. Solar and poles are both very suited to social spacing - I'll be shocked if lockdown applies to the wilderness of Lesedi and the route to Serowe. TLOU energy must be the simplest company to get your head round - you just have to trust in the board! The mistrust stems from the fact that start-ups are renowned for failing before getting near their goal. That is fact , AVN, SXX , USOP and POS have all taught me that. Jim Glickenhaus , lost millions on SXX but that looks very complicated compared to TLOU. We hardly have any moving parts - just some stategically placed holes and channels to route the gas to generators , and some fixed wires to shift it to the grid. I am convinced that TLOU will be the exception to the AIM rule of thumb failures. I invested in 5 companies expecting at least 1 to come good. SXX and POS are history in my portfolio but the other 3 are not dead yet , 2 are delisted from the FTSE and need a miracle - TLOU need very little! Just Mr Moagi to keep his word on the PPA and BPC to honour their funding , as directed by M. Once funding is in place for CBM we'll be in the groove for a long player, more wells , more power ad finitum for decades! I am still dubious on Solar because I don't understand why it is a new industry in countries like Botswana. The sun is hardly a new phenominum in Africa so why wasn't coal replaced by solar as soon as solar panels came out? Thre has to be a very good reason. We know it is a part-time solution so therefore coal or gas or wind is needed for the solar downtime hours - and if you have to build those then why not use them 24/7 as businesses? That makes sense to me. Thanks for being cool of late .... your opinions in this mood are worth considering but I won't be worrying until July passes and news is still not forthcoming from TLOU about funded progress. FG is still filtered and I dont care what he has to say after his foul-mouthed posts last week. Totally uncalled for imho.
cherrylady
22/5/2020
19:44
Delays? Lack of progress? We have locked down the site to the minimum we can afford to run and need to resume operations from Australia and Ireland with no visits! We don't know how much expertise is available to GG in Botswana itself. I'm hoping the shutdown hasn't affected the figures for the PPA that was tantalisingly close in Colm's view! If so, that just requires a date when we can actually deliver some power to Serowe, our first commercial power. It is a fairly safe bet that poles and wires will be the final piece of that jigsaw. If negotiations have been ongoing and the date is known,plus the volume and costs for producing power are not significantly altered, the PPA may be complete next week and Heil Gilby will become TLOU's new greeting :O) We have stopped dewatering #3 so in truth I am expecting that to be reopened and improved to justify our figures in the draft PPA - I may be a dreamer but I'm also a realist - what business can survive a world pandemic with no irritations? You'd written off 2020 and some or more of 2021 - I think 2020 still has a lot to offer. And your 1p share-price is even more unlikely if Covid behaves itself in Botswana - the threat has not disappeared that is the only certainty here!
cherrylady
22/5/2020
00:08
It’s always all about you FG. Never about Tlou in your posts. Do you know what they do ....
donkey40
21/5/2020
21:04
Many a true word is spoken in jest :O) You could lose your virginity! Don Quixote was the answer to a question today. The highest no. of copies sold. I think? Who'd have thought a book of fiction would be so popular?
cherrylady
21/5/2020
19:59
Great. Fantastic news. There is now absolutely no reason or excuse for the PPA and funding to not get wrapped up in record quick time. Get out the bunting; garden parties are planned. Blue sky ahead and to Infinity and beyond. Anyone want to hazard a guess at what the next reason things don’t get done will be ??!!
donkey40
21/5/2020
15:52
Nothing a tap on the neck won't solve Donk. The time for action is nigh ..... COVID-19 Pandemic Botswana Ends 7-Week Lockdown By VOA News May 21, 2020 07:26 AM Botswana’s 48-day lockdown ended at midnight Wednesday after gradually relaxing restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus in the diamond rich southern African country. All businesses and schools are now cleared to reopen under government guidelines, including individual temperature checks, use of face masks and regular sanitizing. COVID-19 Task Force Coordinator Dr. Kereng Masupu said in a news briefing that depending on the coronavirus disease pattern, a return to lockdown will remain an option. Meantime, people returning home to Botswana will undergo mandatory quarantine and the ban of foreign visitors remains in place. Botswana confirmed 29 COVID-19 infections and one death. Reuter’s news agency said the Botswana's government set aside more than $400 million to help absorb the economic impact of businesses suspending operations, including the prized diamond industry, which had no buyers coming into the country because of travel restrictions.
cherrylady
21/5/2020
10:57
Only poster scaring them away is you - reading your endless fantasy whilst all the while nothing happens. Btw, I was right about dilution. Several times. And more ahead. I was right about share price. It will trade again below 2p.
donkey40
21/5/2020
10:39
Ginko, he definitely frightens people off posting! At least he has in the past - he has been quite the gentleman of late - but he won't enjoy being described as such. And he is not alone of course. TG supporters must be too gentile to post , there must be hundreds on here who have enough commonsense to hold or buy more because they believe in TG. Being described as a paid ramper or cheat for trying to manipulate prices for personal gain should be abhorrent to any decent shareholder. Better to stay out of it for most?
cherrylady
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