Re: 87p per share (00:35) Many times. Next for one. Besides I should have added the original 87p to that figure
Re: 87p per share (00:35) 15p to £13......how many times has that ever been done??
Re: 87p per share (00:35) So 15 times 87p comes to £13 a share.
Re: LOW VOLUME said one could buy in here cheaper, v poor volume on this most days!
87p per share (00:35) for JP-1 in the success case -follow on potential net to Chariot is 15 times larger -that would be ....a lot![link]
Re: LOW VOLUME Just day traders doing what they do. Graph was looking toppy with low volume, so not unexpected tbh. What we need is for the PR to start selling the story more effectively to the big boys and get some action going.
Re: LOW VOLUME have to trend higher to get the volume going imo,not many willing to sell sub 20p this year me thinks..# Brazil resource update imminent# Farmout News potential
LOW VOLUME and Smashed again..
Re: Saipem 12000 Question is though where are they going to get hold of 20-30m shares? I thought we all held most of them on these boards?
Re: Saipem 12000 I remember it well. We were often going up between 10% - 20% a day!!
Re: Saipem 12000 They will definitely come on board for drilling imo,take a look at the 2011/12 holding RNSs prior to drilling,lots of them IIs taking big chunks
Re: Saipem 12000 Dctiffield,100% concur and this is where are PR and brokers are failing miserably...I would assume though that we are fast approaching the crossover in a now faster reducing timescale to potential company making operations and a sustained improvement in SP.IIs may want to wait for further evidence of operations and funding , however if they do that they will pay a premium to take a position.It would be fantastic to see an II or 2 coming in for 20-30 million shares, which certainly does not seem unplausable.....
Re: Saipem 12000 I'd like to see a couple of significant IIs come on board soon in the next month or two.
Re: Saipem 12000 agree - if RD1 is a success the impact on the value of our 75% neighboring licenses will be huge and worth many multiples of the costs to drill Kenitra. Still I expect a 1st farmout on Mohammedia & Kenitra prior to drilling RD1 - to cover some seismic costs. Partnering process ongoing and I expect to have some footfall in our dataroom in anticipation of RD1 and its Multi Billion Barrel follow on potential.
Re: Saipem 12000 Where of course Chariot will hold ALL the aces , the kings and the queens. for nearology success ....ENI will have to stump up significantly better terms to Chariot for any additional drills on success case on RD1...Also we should not discount Woodside having a significant nibble as well on success case....