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  • zerosum2013 zerosum2013 Nov 25, 2013 11:08 AM Flag


    Fantastic new press release out this morning. It mentions the company is in "active talks" with "tier-one" oil producers. Gee, I wonder where this is going? Those 7 NDA's are about to become revenue. Do you know what happens to an R&D company like STWA when they go from no revenue to all of a sudden collecting revenue from several customers on a $4.3 million dollar product? Yeah, their stock skyrockets. If you are not in this now you will miss the boat.

    Here's one of the things the company had to say in their press release:
    "STWA executives are in active discussions with a variety of upstream and midstream operators, most recently during a series of meetings last week with tier-one oil producers and pipeline operators in Houston, Texas."

    If you extrapolate from that, and take a look at which "tier one" oil producers are in Texas...take a look for yourself:

    Take a look at this list and decide for yourself:
    Enbridge Energy Partners, L.P.,
    Halliburton Company
    Kinder Morgan, Inc.
    and Schlumberger Ltd.

    Largest Public Companies
    1 Exxon Mobil Corp.
    HQ: Irving Industry: Oil and Gas
    Revenue (2012): $449.9 billion
    2 Phillips 66
    HQ: Houston Industry: Oil Refining
    Revenue (2012): $169.6 billion
    5 ConocoPhillips
    HQ: Houston Industry: Oil & Gas
    Revenue (2012): $63.4 billion
    Headquartered in Texas, Ranked by revenues
    Valero Energy Corp.
    HQ: San Antonio Industry: Oil and Gas
    Revenue (2012): $138.3 billion 16 USAA
    HQ: San Antonio Industry: Insurance
    Revenue (2012): $20.7 billion
    12 Fluor Corp.
    HQ: Irving Industry: Engineering
    Revenue (2012): $27.6 billion
    14 Baker Hughes Inc.
    HQ: Houston Industry: Oilfield Equipment
    Revenue (2012): $21.4 billion
    Largest Public Companies
    9 Plains All American Pipeline, L.P.
    HQ: Irving Industry: Oil and Gas Pipelines
    Revenue (2012): $37.8 billion
    13 AMR Corp. (American Airlines)
    HQ: Fort Worth Industry: Airlines
    Revenue (2012): $24.9 billion
    10 Tesoro Corp.
    HQ: San Antonio Indu

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    • Yaaawwwnnn.. Schedule for TESTING with TCPL pushed from January to March. Again, like with Temple (who we find out they really have not paid much if anything to over the past in spite of their agreements) this company with something so important to them cannot meet deadlines. If it was TCPL pushing the date, why? Why isn't this company who just raised so much cash @ $0.25 and seriously diluting shareholders, not spend some of that on getting an AOT out the door? LOL! This company is just a laugh.

      I can go "meet" with any of these companies. As the saying goes, 'show me the money!'. Not only have they been in "discussions" for what, 2 years now?.. but in that time it's always "discussions".. not ONE SINGLE SALE.

      that, is a FACT!

      Why didn't you touch on the fact Cecil out zerodumb, or any of my other questions to you wingnuts?

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

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