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TOM Tomco Energy Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tomco Energy Plc LSE:TOM London Ordinary Share IM00BZBXMN96 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.035 0.03 0.04 0.035 0.035 0.04 5,498,412 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Drilling Oil And Gas Wells 0 -2.35M -0.0007 -0.43 956.22k
Tomco Energy Plc is listed in the Drilling Oil And Gas Wells sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TOM. The last closing price for Tomco Energy was 0.04p. Over the last year, Tomco Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 0.0325p to 0.13p.

Tomco Energy currently has 3,187,408,610 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Tomco Energy is £956,223 . Tomco Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.43.

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12/3/2012
17:05
yarisverso - 12 Mar'12 - 16:49 - 7139 of 7140



What a wasted weekend, brabbie on a stock that you don't own. Strange that you don't think that the kerogen contains any oil. Why is it called oil shale then? is it Palm Oil? Sunflower Oil? Perhap its Popeye's wife Olive Oyl!!

27macca - 12 Mar'12 - 16:57 - 7140 of 7140


Oh dear oh dear, some are gonna look very very silly in the days and weeks to come.

I will be saving some of the names here and reminding you all once again when this is 10p how shockingly wrong you were about Tomco.

Permit in the bag, followed by JV, followed by massive rise in share price

Ciao boys, don't be bitter.


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What a bunch of prats!!

You are back where you were in October 2011 you idiots!

Living Rivers will appeal again and RL still need the water board permit or a letter from th Water Board saying a permit is not needed!

brabazon3
12/3/2012
16:57
Oh dear oh dear, some are gonna look very very silly in the days and weeks to come.

I will be saving some of the names here and reminding you all once again when this is 10p how shockingly wrong you were about Tomco.

Permit in the bag, followed by JV, followed by massive rise in share price

Ciao boys, don't be bitter.

27macca
12/3/2012
16:49
What a wasted weekend, brabbie on a stock that you don't own. Strange that you don't think that the kerogen contains any oil. Why is it called oil shale then? is it Palm Oil? Sunflower Oil? Perhap its Popeye's wife Olive Oyl!!
yarisverso
12/3/2012
16:34
It's all gone quiet over here!!!!!!

Bring on tomorrow:-)

stevedawn
12/3/2012
16:11
brabazon, move on no next stock, this one's on the up - bye!
james t kirk
12/3/2012
16:09
What's that rmart? large scale- mining permit approved by Mr Baza? Goodness! Whatever next? The JV with TOTAL, methinks.
yarisverso
12/3/2012
15:56
brabazon3 - permit comments ? lol
rmart
12/3/2012
12:34
The skiboy rampers seem to have disappeared from their ramping thread - have they sold out already leaving the mugs to hold the worthless shares as usual?

NO MAJOR WILL JV WITH RL JUST TO FINANCE A FULL SCALE PRODUCTION DEMONSTRATION!
This means building a full scale capsule, produce oil at a commercial rate, then move on and bury the capsule, landscape it and wait to see if they had done any damage to the environment before moving on to commence full scale COMMERCIAL production on the next capsule. There will be no continuity here - the second capsule will not be built until the first one demonstrates commercial scale ability. What major would commit $400m to an airy fairy plan like that? That is why I have always pointed out the 'subject to' clause in all the discussions with Questerre and the MAJOR regarding their investment in RL but nobody could see or didn't want to see the importance of that little phrase: 'subject to'!
IN TIME YOU WILL - BUT IT MIGHT BE TOO LATE TO GET YOUR MONEY BACK BY THEN!

brabazon3
12/3/2012
11:15
LOL! Looks like mixy isn't going to return the call either!

COME 'N MIXY, LOOK IT UP IN ANY DICTIONARY,
What is the difference between 'commercial demonstration' and 'commercial production'?

Even a turnip head like you should be able to do that!!

brabazon3
12/3/2012
09:44
Here you go again mixy, in case you had me filtered (a lie)

"Red Leaf plans to heat shale above 700 degrees in clay-lined cells, one after the other, reclaiming the surface along the way. It's a first, Dubuc said, and "the company and the state have little idea what the impact would be on our water, our environment or our communities."

A Red Leaf official did not return a call seeking comment Friday, but at the governor's energy development summit last month a company vice president of energy and environment called the project on state lands a "low-water, no-wastewater" concern that could produce oil by 2014.""

LOL! RL cannot answer a simple question, they just ignore the call!

brabazon3
12/3/2012
09:40
yarisverso - 12 Mar'12 - 09:09 - 7123 of 7124



Thank You Bush Tucker, but that is just about BLM land and nothing to do with the State leases that TOM/RLR own which we have pointed out so many times. Yaaaawwwnn.
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Is it really mixy? Is that a fact?
Selective as usual with what you post - Read the bit about Red Leaf below is RL on BLM lands as well? Don't think so!!!



Thanks to Bush Tucker



Utahns' views on oil shale plan reflect alternate realities


This week, Utahns can tell BLM how they feel about "speculative" energy source.


By Brandon Loomis

| The Salt Lake Tribune


First Published Mar 11 2012 06:52 pm • Updated 3 hours ago

""Opponents of federal leasing say Utah's supportive stance makes clear that nothing beyond state or private lands is necessary for companies to prove they can make a buck - and then ask for federal lands on which to do it. In fact, Salt Lake City-based WRA attorney Rob Dubuc urged state regulators to slow down on permits for mines such as Red Leaf Resources' Uinta Basin project until they understand the environmental consequences.

Red Leaf plans to heat shale above 700 degrees in clay-lined cells, one after the other, reclaiming the surface along the way. It's a first, Dubuc said, and "the company and the state have little idea what the impact would be on our water, our environment or our communities."

A Red Leaf official did not return a call seeking comment Friday, but at the governor's energy development summit last month a company vice president of energy and environment called the project on state lands a "low-water, no-wastewater" concern that could produce oil by 2014.""

brabazon3
12/3/2012
09:23
Hatto - 12 Mar'12 - 09:19 - 22095 of 22095

Good morning everyone.

A pleasant share price start to the day for us......

Glad I'm not in GMG Down 70%.


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Glad I'm not in PETREL.... down 95% from it's peak.

fumanchuchu
12/3/2012
09:09
Thank You Bush Tucker, but that is just about BLM land and nothing to do with the State leases that TOM/RLR own which we have pointed out so many times. Yaaaawwwnn.
yarisverso
11/3/2012
18:06
21 July 2011
TOMCO ENERGY PLC
First Day of Dealings
TomCo Energy Plc ("TomCo" or the "Company") today announces the commencement of dealings in its ordinary shares ("Ordinary Shares") on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange under TIDM code TOM. The Admission of TomCo follows a £3.5 million fundraising under a placing and open offer, the completion of which was announced on 1 July 2011.
Highlights Independently assessed 230m barrels of potential recoverable kerogen oil, including 123m barrels at Holliday Block of Indicated Resource targeted for development £3.5m raised to fund continued development at Holliday Block, Uintah County, Utah, USA and Working Capital Acquired the means of production through closing of $2m technology licence with Red Leaf Resources Inc for the EcoShale™ In-Capsule Process technology for the extraction of oil from oil shale
Overview of TomCo
TomCo is focused on the development of and future production at the Company's oil shale project in the state of Utah, USA. The Company intends to use the EcoShale™ In-Capsule Process, an innovative technology developed by Red Leaf Resources Inc ("Red Leaf") to extract oil from the Company's oil shale leases ("Oil Shale Leases"), which comprise approximately 2,919 acres in the Uintah Basin, Utah, where oil shale resources are widely distributed within sedimentary rocks of the Green River Formation.
SRK Consulting (UK) Limited ("SRK Consulting"), the Competent Person whose full report is set out in the admission document, estimates that the Oil Shale Leases located on the Holliday Block contain an Indicated Mineral Resource as defined by the JORC Code, of approximately 123 million bbl, which have the potential to be exploited using the EcoShale™ In-Capsule Process.
The EcoShale™ In-Capsule Process
Oil shale is mined and placed in a large clay lined "capsule". The surface area is approximately 12 acres with a depth generally less than 100 feet. Expendable heating pipe loops are placed in the capsule with the oil shale. External blowers are used to force the hot flue gas from natural gas burners through the pipe loops to heat the oil shale. Heating oil shale to recover oil and gas is a long proven and reliable process. Collection pipes are located at the top and bottom of the capsule to recover gas and oil respectively. Upon depletion, the pipes in the capsule are sealed to prevent water contamination and the capsule is covered with top soil and seeded with native vegetation. The key design challenge is extracting the oil and gas from the capsule.
Currently the EcoShale™ In-Capsule Process has been demonstrated in Seep Ridge with a pilot run. The results of the pilot were analyzed and Red Leaf, the operator of Seep Ridge, is in the process of conducting front end engineering design (FEED) for a full scale commercial demonstration, with first oil targeted in late 2013. The pilot results are encouraging and indicative of commercial success.
The strengths of the EcoShale™ In-Capsule process include: Low water requirements Low emission natural gas heating Residual natural gas production sufficient to sustain 90% of the process Capsule design prevents aquifer contamination
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Read this bit carefully and note there is no mention of COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION in this article - it clearly states 'COMMERCIAL DEMOMNSTRATION'!

"The results of the pilot were analyzed and Red Leaf, the operator of Seep Ridge, is in the process of conducting front end engineering design (FEED) for a full scale commercial demonstration, with first oil targeted in late 2013. The pilot results are encouraging and indicative of commercial success."


BUT THE LYING RAMPING SKIBOY GANG HAVE DROPPED THE 'DEMO' BIT AND REPLACED IT WITH 'COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION' AS EARLY AS 2013/14!
YOU HAVE BEEN CONNED BY THE SKIBOY RAMPING GANG AGAIN!! The permits are for demo purposes - NOT FULL BLOWN COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION ONCE PERMITS ARE RATIFIED - AS THE LIAR RAMPERS WOULD HAVE YOU BELIEVE!
THE COMMERCIAL DEMO COULD BE A FAILURE AND IF THAT HAPPENS TOMCO AND RL ARE HISTORY!

brabazon3
11/3/2012
17:10
yarisverso - 11 Mar'12 - 16:32 - 7119 of 7119


Grow up Spec7. You must eat a lot of tripe as that is all you post.

Read it all before bushtucker. usual waffle from conservationists. backed up with no facts or misleading facts


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And what facts have you got mixy?
Apart from the bull skiboy and BLT feed you of course!

All this piffle about production by 2013/14 is complete nonsense! You and your lying band have misled investors here the same way you misled them for years over on the PET bb.

brabazon3
11/3/2012
16:32
Grow up Spec7. You must eat a lot of tripe as that is all you post.

Read it all before bushtucker. usual waffle from conservationists. backed up with no facts or misleading facts

yarisverso
11/3/2012
16:21
Duboc detailed the Red Leaf operation on 17,000 acres of private and state trust lands in Uintah County that has permits before a pair of state regulatory agencies. A permit related to water quality issues is pending before the state Department of Environmental Quality, which has held up the permit before the state Board of Oil, Gas and Mining until that issue is resolved.

"What is clear is the company and the state have little idea of the impact on water and the environment," he said. "There are many more questions than answers."

Red Leaf Resources officials have said they anticipate they will be ready for commercial production of 9,500 barrels a day by sometime this year.

But critics such as Western Resource Advocates say development of Utah's rich oil and tar sands deposits - which contain as much as 100 million barrels of oil - would be folly in light of the demands on the already strained Colorado River system, potentially depriving states of critical water supplies into the future.

The report notes that 10-year average consumptive use of water in the Colorado River Basin since 2003 exceeds the 10-year supply, and municipal and industrial water demand is projected to grow in Utah anywhere from 71 percent to 115 percent by 2050.

"Water is the defining resource in the West," Chiropolos said. "There is an enormous uncertainty of what the impacts are of utilizing large quantities of that supply."

The group said it picked the year 2050 as a focal point in its research to envision what the West, energy demands and sources, as well as water supply, may look like for the teenagers of today.

fumanchuchu
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