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Chequepal 29 Apr 2016

Re: Still more . . . Maybe just a few for the weekendAs they used to say in all good barber shops!

imperator2008 28 Apr 2016

Re: Still more . . . If this goes any higher, there'll be a frantic round of short covering to boot! I've got an even stronger feeling than before that we'll be getting a favourable marine update sooner rather than later. Oil price firming up isn't doing us any harm either.

f32 28 Apr 2016

Re: Still more . . . Good to see the engines seem to have started up again or perhaps the tug of oil prices rising is pulling us gently out of port before Maersk push the MSAR button on the fuel tank. Not quite steaming ahead but we have movement finally.f32

f32 28 Apr 2016

Re: Still more . . . Good to see the engines seem to have started up again or perhaps the tug of oil prices rising is pulling us gently out of port before Maersk push the MSAR button on the fuel tank. Not quite steaming ahead but we have movement finally.f32

fyoz 28 Apr 2016

Re: Still more . . . Cheers FillpotI've been steadily adding but I'm still under water, need 17p to break even, but I have no doubts this will reward me handsomely over the next 12 months or soSome news from KSA would also be very welcome now

Fillpot 28 Apr 2016

Re: Still more . . . Thanks for those two snippets of news fyozI am 'tanked up' with these having put another couple of bunkerings worth into my ISA over the last few weeks..I am now just in profit, its becoming very interesting!Good luck and let's hope that the expected upcoming news flow is as steady as this ship deservesAll ahead half

fyoz 28 Apr 2016

Still more . . . New blog from seekingalpha[link]

fyoz 28 Apr 2016

Even more . . . With thanks to DPExplorer on LSE"In brief from IR todayPlan is to match production to bunkering requirementsHowever flexibility in the CEPSA MSAR system such that can produce larger batches for multiple loadings, if required."And thanks to PreparationH for:-"It was mentioned at the last AGM. A tankful of MSAR2 has been traveling the world on board a Maersk ship for the last two years and was still stable. "So no problems with stability if large batches are produced and stored until required

imperator2008 27 Apr 2016

QFI Wow! Some great updates recently. Anticipation seems to be building and the share price is responding in turn. Got the feeling a LONO related RNS could be round the corner. We're getting there...

wodewick 26 Apr 2016

And there's more thanks to rob79 'Good morning IR,I have read a couple of emails which have been shared on various forums yesterday.It is my understanding that the issue of an MMU does not specifically warrant RNS (or am I wrong about this?)Based on the emails issued yesterday and that I am correct regarding the above, are you able to confirm whether an MMU has now been delivered to the CEPSA San Roque refinery? Thanks for your time as always.Kind regardsRob''Dear Mr ****We can confirm that further to our update of 17 March 2016 the MMU has been dispatched to CEPSA and installed.You are correct that the delivery of an MMU would not merit an RNS in isolation.QFI Investor Relations'

wodewick 25 Apr 2016

CEPSA Update thanks to pcjoe You are correct Kreature about legality - But I cant think of any reason why scrubber wouldnt work but maybe worth you asking IR? - Let us know how you get on - They are actually a very helpful bunch as are QFI generally it seems Talking of IR - I got a reply today re my query regarding ease of commercial scale production - Thought I might share with my fellow outcasts & sundry rebels - Squirrels welcome to copy & paste! No Worries for all us in current Bull mode it seems - and 2nd last Para seems to confirm that all CEPSA MSAR gear is now in place - presumably including MMU - Just gotta keep checking the Algeciras harbour district for likely Maersk trial boat turning up in the next couple of months...... The Tukang would be good Kreature - as you know its got a scrubber fitted "The production of commercially viable MSAR from refinery residue is a straightforward exercise, if carried out correctly leveraging the required commercial experience. Conceptually for the refinery, the process is similar to blending fuel oil, the main difference being the blending equipment and the blend-stocks. In the case of MSAR the blending equipment is commercially proven in oil refineries for the production of asphalt emulsions. The fundamental difference for fuel emulsions is that the quality control and level of fuel stability required is much more stringent (and hence additives and test regimes are enhanced). The equipment installed for the MSAR trials to date are commercial in scale, with production rates ranging from 3000-6000 barrels/day MSAR per unit. In each of the trials we've demonstrated that the system can operate on a commercial basis 24/7, this has been a necessary due diligence requirement. To provide an example in 2008 some 140,000 bbl MSAR was manufactured according to an exacting commercial specification over 6 weeks. A large amount of due diligence work has been carried out on CEPSA residuals at QRF at pilot scale to ensure that we are fully appraised of operational conditions and variations during the trial. Fuel quality will be monitored continuously by QIL, CEPSA and independent labs to ensure the MSAR produced meets the commercial specifications. The MSAR system and associated infrastructure has been installed to a standard necessary for commercial operations, pending successful trial results. We trust that this provides you with some comfort, as you can probably imagine CEPSA had similar questions during the project implementation process." QFI Investor Relations

46Gillingham 25 Apr 2016

Re: KSA-Saudi Arabia agrees plans to move away from oil profits [link]

NEWKIDONBLOCK 25 Apr 2016

Re: Chart predictions H, think you will find the pattern has formed over the period of 174 days and is suggesting a rise to the range of 26-29p.. not what you are suggesting!.

tricky-the-old-fox 25 Apr 2016

KSA Thanks 46gillingham

46Gillingham 25 Apr 2016

Re: KSA This was presented at the AGMCurrent status:• Preliminary project budget submitted by client• Approval expected soon for 2016 test programme• Engineering design and site preparations have started

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