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- 7monkey 05:53:07 28/07/2014
- Reuters) - A tanker carrying crude oil from Iraqi Kurdistan was cleared by the U.S. Coast Guard to unload its cargo at sea off Texas on Sunday as a State Department official signaled Washington would not intervene to block delivery of the controversial crude.
- boxerdog1 00:18:57 28/07/2014
- Interesting considering the US. have advised US. firms to refrain from buying Kurdistan produced oil. This time next week it'll be providing electricity to the White house, how hypocritical. Lets hope that it opens the flood gates now that countries previously under pressure see's that the US. fails to practice what it preaches. $100m in the Kurd's coffers at market price.
- 7monkey 22:03:46 27/07/2014
- July 27, 2014 1:39 p.m. ET A tanker carrying a $100-million cargo of oil shipped from Iraqi Kurdistan is planning to discharge in Texas, bringing a dispute that is central to the future of Iraq as a united country to U.S. soil.
- 5bag 07:44:01 25/07/2014
- Don't judge appetite by the posts on this board. Sometimes its best to speak only when there's actually something to say...and there's nothing new in the public domain about afren, so back to lurking for me :-)
- SoundBuy 12:03:29 24/07/2014
- 'is there anything we could read into that as its almost 8 months by then since we've heard anything operational wise.' Boxer - with recent director dumps it's unlikely it contains anything to set the sp. on fire......
- stefield 02:13:07 21/07/2014
- 15p is fine, as long as we dont have the same drop gasol had first. plus they are now delisting the company. i cant see much good coming from that, the jump is probably shorts closing cos they worried this is their last chance.
- speedsgh 08:34:54 14/07/2014
- limit up - re your #129857 - completely agree re prioritising kurdi disposals. also agree that dividend ought to be well rcvd by the market. it's all about timing on the disposals but the circumstances dictating that is largely out their hands. just have to wait for the sands of fortune to blow their way for once.
- limit up 15:37:42 12/07/2014
- dvd could be a capital payment ie no income tax,like imi did this year.i would hope some of the proceeds of any sale would be paid back in the form of a dvd,that in my opinion would re rate the shares..my thoughts,but we are some time away for this to happen,with all what is going on in iraq.. regds
- limit up 16:59:46 11/07/2014
- the co was opportunistic in buying the kurdi assets on the back of a political settlement,which is now hopfully swinging there way after 3 years,i apprerciate current timing is not good,but it must be a priority,to montise those assets in kurdistan ,when the time is right,and give back to shareholders,like heritage oil did 3 years ago..my thoughts
- speedsgh 12:07:32 11/07/2014
- kurdi assets are certainly not being highly valued at present what with all the geopolitics + warfare in the region + ongoing uncertainty over selling the black stuff on export mkts. however a shrewd buyer might see now as a good opportunity to buy some decent assets at an attractive price. however there also has to be a willing seller too.
- Davius 10:47:01 11/07/2014
- Someone please correct me but I thought they borrowed $500m or something like it at a fairly high interest rate to fund the Kurd purchase, it would not seem sensible if so to use monies received (if it were sold), to pay a special dividend. Far better to pay down some debt. But what's the asset currently worth I wonder?
- Leeson31 08:19:54 10/07/2014
- good luck limit-up. the special divi is not unreasonable if they did sell the kurdi assets... it never sat right with me for some reason that they bought it. i always saw GKP as the way to get kurdi exposure, so was annoyed when afren got 'exposure'.. cheers