sherm's 3rd line quote
"no need to listen to me"
Don't worry sherm, no one really does .. we may laugh a lot but that's about it :-)
However (like sherm) ... if the IDIOT (former left-wing liberal) Goobernor of MD "O'Mallet-Head" wasn't such a "sherm-bag" and signed the environmental study approval papers for DM, since all issues met Federal approval .. DM would be in operation today.
(former) Goobernor O'Mally, a greenpeace advocate, held up approval until the Fed threatened to take him (the dork) into FED COURT to "SHOW CAUSE" why he was (un-necessarily) holding up 'Dominion Cove Point Inc's (DM) progress.
P.S. Sherm is NOT the DM expert he thinks he is .. (boo hoo hoo, chuckles :-)
... I'm a 'DM unit-holder' by nature of owning about 6800 shares of D stock (since the early 70's ... and still accumulating by DRIP
BTW, sherm claims he bought DM when the insiders were buying it , but he blows mucho-gas about his stock holdings - cuz he own NOTHING, he's just a "2nd-grade" gas-blower .. aka "Sir Flatulence" .. aka "The Great (illiterate) Pretender" .
sherm ... I think you should toss your "crystal ball", aka a broken cracked leaky 'snowglobe', back in the same dumpster you got it from ... and good luck to you (chuckles :-)
"WHOOPIE" ... sherm signed up for for their information to be sent to him ~ for FREE too !!
Hey sherm, were you able to spell your name correctly for them
.... (chuckles :-) ......
Hey tiger .. I'm not really sure sherm gets paid to post ?
Sherm is such a "2nd grade" flunky, I think someone has him cleaning toilets daily just to 'earn' his juvenile (armchair quarterback) posting privileges ... ya think ? (chuckles :-)
Yes you some times need to go to Canada ,Europe and China
To get facts
I signed up for their information to be sent to me for free weeks ago
i believe i also tried to tell you to watch ng Europe
where I got this information
At the same time, as Cheniere's Vice President for Strategy Andrew Walker freely acknowledges, current conditions are also raising some difficult questions concerning gas prices.
a simple answer from a 3rd grader ,me in writing skills
who got it ?
Right on their price to ship and the call on what it will sell for in Europe
It is nice that the vice president of the company pointed out what I have told you for months
I have for months tried to present facts with out the proof to back up what I thought
Now the vice president of the company has made it clear
I tried not to say what their cost was and draw conclusions
Because I had a general idea but not hard .none disputable facts
The vice president has given them
It only matters if you're trying to communicate with others. Otherwise you're golden. If you're aiming for soliloquies, then you have no problems. The issue is, we don't fully understand you. Not highly intelligible communication. What comes across is an angry, unhappy, negative immature 7 year old trying to make an argument. Kicking and screaming...
there is one place to go for demand and supp;y for lng
lng global for any person who wants the truth
no need to listen yo me
all companies and opinion given thereby all majors
so vice president of lng are 1/2 truths
i tried to tell you before him
that makes me what?
Walker noted first that it costs Cheniere $7/mn Btu to send gas to Europe
who said they where shipping at a loss?
Walker noted first that it costs Cheniere $7/mn Btu to send gas to Europe. He then added:
this is from a vice president of lng
For all that said I was bs
While Walker evidently believed that such competition would lead to a narrowing of price differentials around the world, he did not think the result would necessarily be a single gas price. "We are going to see global gas prices – in the plural – because there will still be regional markets," he argued.
As for current prices and the differential between generating enough income from gas sales to cover current expenditure and the price required to recoup investments, Walker noted first that it costs Cheniere $7/mn Btu to send gas to Europe. He then added: "But LNG will be a price taker from Europe. Unfortunately, we are heading at looking at cash costs rather than full costs of the supply.
He continued: "It will take $7-8/mn Btu to incentivise new investment. We have cheap spot prices in Europe at the moment: $4.38. So that doesn't incentivise."
He concluded with the following question: "Do suppliers just take four dollars now and hope for better later?" With seven commissioning cargoes already dispatched from the Sabine Pass terminal in an era of relatively low gas prices, Walker's question was rhetorical.