Quadrise Fuels International Streaming Discussion

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Demac
26 Jul

Day Release? Have they let all these "real members" out for the day ? are the carers coming to pick them back up ? All we need now is for bull sh++e 1000 to turn up and the bus will be full !!!!!

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forty40
26 Jul

RE: Fight!!!! As Harry Hill would say. "There's only one way to find out."

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Phil013
26 Jul

Fight!!!! If adoubleuk and BP had a fight, a playground barney as it were, who do people think would win? I've heard adoubleuk is useful with his left, but that BP sounds like a right nutter! What do folks think? off for another GnT

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pyglet
26 Jul

strike now! You only have to look at the reaction of the european countries re:sanctions on Russia to realise how impoprtant energy is to them whether it be gas/oil/nuclear etc. they are not keen to impose sanctions and consequently have hardly caused a riple as they know all too well what side their bread is buttered. Any chance to minimize the usage of oil in any form will be seized upon as year after year it becomes more scarce. This is a huge opportunity and you should be thankful at the moment thay you are in early or about to be..............because soon you won't be able to have that chance. Institutional Investors by there very nature are last to get in on the act as they have to be extremely cautious especially these days, but, when they move, they move fast and they will all move together. Only then it will be too late to say "If only I had bought at 37p...."

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f32
26 Jul

Exxon Refinery Piles Pain on European Plants Very interesting article on how the Exxon refinery investment is going to affect other European refiners and the state of play for some of those refiners. Of particular note is the quote from Orlen that they want to sell the Lietuva plant/unit but cannot imagine finding a buyer. This makes QFI's talks with the GOM even more strategically well timed and shows that our BOD have their fingers on the pulse of the refinery world.With all these struggling refineries looking for ways to survive, the long coming fruition of MSAR and MSAR2 could well be seen as a real lifeline. Assuming the GOM does not take it all for itself which lets face it, is much more likely. Either way it's a win for QFI and indeed us shareholders.f32[link] Refinery Piles Pain on European PlantsFriday, July 25, 2014ExxonMobil is pouring $1 billion into modernizing a European refinery just as others are fleeing the sector, making life even more difficult for older plants struggling to stay afloat.Exxon said it would install a new coking unit at the 300,000 barrel per day (bpd) Antwerp plant to turn high sulphur oils created as a by-product of the refining process into various types of higher-profit diesel, including shipping fuels that will meet new environmental laws."This project demonstrates ExxonMobil's long-term view," said Remko Kruithof, Exxon's public and government affairs manager for the region. "It is the first of several (investments) we are evaluating to further strengthen our strategic refineries in Europe to more successfully face the challenging industry environment."Exxon is considering refinery investments in the United States, where plants there run close to full capacity, but it is the sums in Europe that have surprised some observers as where market conditions are far more challenging.Analysts said Exxon's reasoning for making this move now are particular to its own refining economics, with the plant able to process heavy fuels that its other refineries in the region such as Fawley in England, are not able to deal with.Exxon is also swimming against the tide in Europe.Although France's Total, Europe's biggest refiner, promised in 2010 not to close any plants in its domestic market for five years after it shut the Dunkirk refinery, union sources and analysts think Total could shut plants next year, after the promised period expires.Exxon's move spells more pain for competitors in the region that will have to compete with a plant that is more efficient and better equipped to deal with current European fuel needs."It will enable it to have higher utilisation rates, which would mean lower rates at other plants," said Alan Gelder, senior vice president at Wood Mackenzie."It could challenge smaller refineries and accelerate the process of forcing closures."BP and Shell have already sold plants to smaller independent players, which in some cases subsequently closed them, while others are struggling to keep them operating.Refiners In Trouble The feeble state of the refining industry in Europe was highlighted by the latest data from Euroilstock, which showed that European refineries processed 11 percent less crude oil in June from a year earlier, as weak profits forced plants to cut back.In Italy, Eni is threatened with a credit downgrade if it fails to turn around its refining business while being hit by strikes next week to prevent closures.Other European refiners are also in trouble. Czech Unipetrol took an unexpected 4.72 billion crown ($231.5 million) impairment charge on its refining assets in the second quarter, pushing its results into the red.Poland's refiner PKN Orlen wants to sell its Orlen Lietuva unit, but its chief executive said it would be "hard to imagine" to find a buyer."Northwest Europe specifically is high on our consolidation pressure list, as the steadily growing outflows from Russ

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ArgyllEagle
26 Jul

Fighting Square There is an area in an Argyll town known as the Fighting Square as in the past, a certain macho element would go there on a Saturday night for a bit of John Wayne fisty-cuffs before bedtime - just to round off a pleasurable drunken evening. This rarely happens these days, I'm glad to say. With the spread of the internet and BBs, those who want to slog it out after a few drams can simply do so verbally on these boards. (:O)

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Sammagmil
26 Jul

Happy days Meiowwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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adoubleuk
26 Jul

RE: NBFB1 Further PS while I'm on the roll... I was just now looking at a different LSE chat-board like this regarding another of my investments (oil & gas related) and came across this absolutely priceless comment from a contributor there: " I would respectfully suggest that actually finding the oil isn't necessarily what makes money - the financial engineering has to properly done, as well." 'Financial engineering'?...????????????????? I think I shall have to lie in my hammock most of tomorrow afternoon to figure out what that joker was trying to say. And also hang up my hard-hat, 'cos this oilfield engineer's services are obviously no longer necessary in the search for oil. I wonder how QFI will get the residue from refineries from which to make MSAR2 once these 'financial engineers' have taken over? Have Maërsk investigated the possibility of running Triple E container-ships on male cow excrement, maybe?

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adoubleuk
26 Jul

RE: NBFB1 PS to my last. " you have do have some relatively half informed postings about qfi and the related industries, why not leave stick at that." I've just re-read that. You too, like your friend Boyporche require some re-learning course in basic English grammar. In txt-speak, if u cnt rite proper, why the dvl shld I b inrestd in wht yr tryin t say? Nighty-nite.

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adoubleuk
26 Jul

RE: NBFB1 Bitter? Whaaaat? J-C on a bicycle! Why should I be bitter? This is the best-performing stock I've held in ages, and I know it's going to skyrocket in the next few months. The fact that you even responded so quickly shows you've got something to hide, which are probably a bunch of debts. Come clean, or shut up. PS Sorry to any other real investors reading this. But I've just about had it up to here with these 'bashers', and it's time someone took a stand against them.

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adoubleuk
25 Jul

RE: Calm your jets John, I think I am probably the culprit for this BB having become so puerile today. Sometimes a bit acrimonious, as well. But a guy's got to let off steam once in awhile, nevertheless. And also kick a few molehills, just to see if they're not becoming a nest of ants, instead. I too hope to make it to the AGM, but my tastes in whisky are obviously less refined than yours, preferring that from the Isle of Jura. I consider the 'report' you refer to (no doubt being the one written by 'Bogg1e') as 100% true as it stands, though of course there remain some 'questions arising'. In fact Bogg1e mentions this, but it's natural that with such a project there has to be a 'need to know' requirement. In fact the element of secrecy and security of IP is a must if the shareholder is going to maintain trust in the company. Thanks for the 'good luck' at the end of your post, but I personally feel that the 'luck' part is no longer part of the equation. We're now relying on the skill of those involved in the various QFI projects and the BoD to bring them to fruition. To everybody's mutual benefit. AK

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NBFB1
25 Jul

RE: NBFB1 AD - you have do have some relatively half informed postings about qfi and the related industries, why not leave stick at that. Just leave out bashing other posters that you know nothing about. You don't need to make yourself look so bitter.

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adoubleuk
25 Jul

NBFB1 You said "I can vouch that boyborche was an investor in qfi long before you were" As we seem intent on publicly hanging out our laundry tonight, can you please tell us who you are? And why you are refering to BP's investor status in the past tense? If either you or he have some shares going spare, I'll buy them from you at a good price. Love an' kisses, AK

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JohnG23
25 Jul

Calm your jets Hey Guys I do not like the atmosphere of this BB today. Poor BP. Please identify yourself if you wan't to make smart sneaky comments to others visiting this board. I will be at the next AGM and would love to meet all who post on this board. So until then please Calm yourJets as I think the share price will be at a level to see the Northern Lights. Also the Scottish Whisky in my hip flasks will be more mature by then and anyone present will be welcome to a dram. Scappa from Orkney is my fav at the moment but I could bring several SMS. Chill out BP and do u like Scottish whisky and if so what. The 40 page report of this week is just mind boggling even if only 25 percent is true Once again Good luck to you all

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adoubleuk
25 Jul

RE: Quality 'Demac', Yup, fun, isn't it? It's why I love to keep stirring the pot. QFI is important because what they're proposing is unique. Lse.co.UK could go to the wall tomorrow and...hmm... nobody would really notice.

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adoubleuk
25 Jul

RE: Adoubleuk BP, You were kind enough to let us know your 'potted CV' in the legal profession here, so by return I'll give you mine. I work as a consultant in the oilwell drilling business. Also I have 30k pounds sterling invested in QFI shares, and plan to shove another few in next week if the SP remains as ridiculously low as it is, thanks to people like you. If you just want to check, go to another LSE chat-shop regarding Weir pumps (WEIR), a stock whose daily fluctuations can be as much as 10 pence or more, and it doesn't worry anyone. I was stupid enough to make a post there having been hoodwinked by an April 1st gag regarding a takeover by GM. I think the latest post (by someone else) dates from the month of June. Boards like this are public domain, and thus anyone using them can spout off whatever idiocy on them as they want to. Unless they get taken to task by the company concerned, or their legal-eagles. Of course you know about such matters, given your own calling to that honorable profession. I've been taken to task by the administration of the 'real' site about my sometimes wayward postings regarding QFI, and have tried to pull my horns in in that respect because it's where the proper information is exchanged, and the real people communicate. But here is where all the animals roam relatively free. In fact, just about a week back I swore I'd quit writing on this site. But (as you'd no doubt know), swearing an oath is a guarantee that you'll start telling lies, hence being here once more. Keep on taking the tablets,etc.. When Quadrise has news, I'm sure they'll release it. In the meantime please stop trying to panic people with your fear-mongering. It simply doesn't work. AK PS Also I'd advise you take a course in basic spelling and grammar.

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NBFB1
25 Jul

RE: Adoubleuk I can vouch that boyborche was an investor in qfi long before you were aoubleuk....... As for mocking spelling mistakes, pretty poor form in my opinion. You know nothing of the reasons behind it, whatever they may be.

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Demac
25 Jul

Quality posting from these "REAL FORUM" members, keep it up, its better than coronation street. Thank god i invested in the company from research and not from any advice from bb morons.

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squeky
25 Jul

All Crazy I am going to stay away for a week or three I am in for the long term!!

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adoubleuk
25 Jul

RE: Abounded uh Ah. Sorry if I remind you of low life. I have no memories of low life myself. Yrs from the Rangerover, AK PS The spelling is 'waste', as in garbage. 'Waist' refers to either a fat tummy due to too much beer, or alternatively a slim one possessed by a pretty lady. PPS Awaiting the 'warning letter' BP. Or rather, no. Implementation thereof. PPPS Could the foreshortening of your 'boyporche' pseudonym to 'BP' not stand for 'Basher Poster' by any chance? PPPPS As I said, put up or shut up.

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