I can have a conversation with Neilrr about this subject despite our opposing views, it's a conversation a discussion.
You don't behave like that Lewyboy/Dr Feelgood, you continually enter threads and throw snide remarks and digs randomly at other members adding little or nothing to the threads...
Ahh, a little note in the corner appears saying "show ignored content" and of course Dr Bell End is here playing his favourite sport of digging in threads of which are no interest and nothing to do with him.
Give it rest man, you really are a tool of the highest order.
Indeed I do and I guess as time progresses we'll get to find out if that's a bad decision or not. That's the gamble. That's the thing about this kind of business, it'll be huge or nothing, there's little in between. The important thing is to play with money that doesn't hurt if it goes wrong.
I do my own research and make my own decisions. Whilst I do read both sides of an argument I find much of the information posted on twitter and social media in general (particularly shareprophets) bitter and based on personal vendetta's as much as anything based on substance.
Not particularly, when his options came available it would have been considered a closed trading period for directors dealings. Even if he bought today his options are still at less than today's share price.
As you say Horizontal well technology along with octopus pads has changed the way many on shore sites are being viewed (ones that were previously ruled out as non viable by big Oil co's in the '80s.
The one I mention above (300-600 bopd) is a site near South Godstone that's walking distance...
Maybe, maybe not, I'll stick these in the bottom drawer now and see what pans out.
What got me into UKOG to start with is I live in the Weald Basin and I'm surrounded by wells that have been pumping out 300 to 600 bopd quietly for over a decade (mostly operated by iGas), many restricted to that...
Today's RNS, lets see how it plays out, itreads to me like they are part way through the test on the exploration well:-
Oil flowed to surface from Kimmeridge Limestone 5 ("KL5") throughout 96 hours of near-continuous rod-pumping. Fluid returns, measured as half-hourly instantaneous pumped...
It's the same 2996cc Biturbo and they both have 367hp (current new models).
In the pre face lift SL400 (the one I have) the same engine produces 333hp.
It's basically had a factory remap. Other than that no differences I'm aware of.
C43 will be 4matic so the traction probably gives it better...
There is a difference between sport and comfort settings but it's subtle. In sport you get far more pops and bangs on overrun but it's not night and day.
There are always good deals on SL's via on line brokers:-
I went to Richer sounds a fortnight ago and bought a new TV and soundbar for our new house. I've not picked it up yet, I'll get it once we've moved. I've just been to get the receipt to see what I bought:-
Samsung UE55MU700 tv
Harmon Kardon SB20 Sound bar plus wireless sub.
£1200 for the pair...