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Occupation: Retired

Interests: Oil

About Me:

I am willing and work hard at a lot of different things so generally content with my lot.


Investment Strategy

I often get it all wrong.  I was doing reasonably well except for this current downturn, I just didn't react too early enough.  I am too old to change much so will just keep trying.



Salty64's Latest Comments

Quite a few years ago I followed and was invested in CKN and also followed BMS, being similar. I didn't hold long enough and took my eye off both. CKN would have been a very good investment but now not so sure http://www.clarksons.com/investors/

Tullow decided to take no further part in the well as it appeared to be a gas outcome if anything at all and their priority is gas so they walked away clearly not intending to put any more money into the project.AEX have been waiting for the licence to expire and now hold 75% of any future outcome, "Tullow's 25% working interest has now been…

We have an RNS:http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201204021300026106A Of interest to me is,  "Having previously logged oil shows in the Likonde-1 well drilled in 2010, drilling to deeper targets offers the possibility of finding liquid hydrocarbons. After reaching total depth and logging, a test programme will be carried out once the rig has been moved off location. "   Also regarding completion of the sign off in respect of Tullow,…

Sorry, I didn't realise the link would not work. It seems likely that the present area might link up or be similar to Likonde-1 so we might have gas and oil which is better than gas and air and potential for AEX to grow and grow which is why I am here.

We have gas and, " A 7 inch liner will now be run to total depth and the well will then be deepened by a further 250 metres to investigate a prominent seismic event at approximately 3,000 metres. Having previously logged oil shows in the Likonde-1 well drilled in 2010, drilling to deeper targets offers the possibility of finding liquid hydrocarbons." http://www.investegate.co.uk/Index.aspx?searchtype=3&words=aex It's nice to…