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  • lawrencedeshner lawrencedeshner Nov 6, 2011 6:53 PM Flag

    SFL - Souring sentiment spreads from tanker shares

     

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    • Yeah, slaphappy, just like you screwed up NAT by stupidly saying they were loaded with debt when their debt load is only $170M against their total assests of over $1B.

      You seem to have mixed things up Staggering. <:-0 That was another honest poster that actually talks to you for some unknown reason.

    • ...."So you complete screw up about 'oil shale' rather than gas shale and just run on! More cluck cluck from yakity yak.

      Getting the facts indeed! Thank you for the daily show Scaramuccia."....

      Yeah, slaphappy, just like you screwed up NAT by stupidly saying they were loaded with debt when their debt load is only $170M against their total assests of over $1B. Yuk Yuk

      I think it's time to surface your alias Glenn and blame your stupidty on it. Yuk Yuk

      norrishappy

    • So you complete screw up about 'oil shale' rather than gas shale and just run on! More cluck cluck from yakity yak.

      Getting the facts indeed! Thank you for the daily show Scaramuccia.

    • ,,,,"Re: NAT is loaded with debt..... 13-Nov-11 11:00 pm Oh wait Did I say shale gas or shale oil? HUm is there a big diff if we are playing word games. ;-)".....

      How would you the difference, airhead? All your B.S. comes out of wikipedia or some other source you can't comprehend Yuk Yuk

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shale_gas

      norrishappy

    • ...."An alternative but currently experimental process referred to as in situ retorting involves heating the oil shale while it is still underground, and then pumping the resulting liquid to the surface.".....
      Yakity yak only about twenty years out of date!"...

      Hey, situ retorting, Yuk Yuk, 20 years ago they were talking about getting oil out of shale. Where's all that oil slaphappy????? And you can forget about your situ retorting, maybe by the time your reach 90 slaphappy Yuk Yuk

      ..."With the current combination of directional drilling and fracturing they can get at the tight gas and oil in shale. The definition is changing too as the pressure is not just for causing cracks but generating presure. Also they are using the gas pressure to bring up liquids."...

      You sure know how to link up fictional matter like your alias Glenn. Yuk Yuk

      Not even sure I typed oil shale rather than oil bearing shales or tight oil and gas but it does not matter either way. Due to technology what was once 'oil shales' are now oil-bearing.

      To be honest no one here is sure that you can even THINK. Yuk yuk


      ....."Yes NAT had $50 million of debt last year. Now it is $170...."

      Congratulations numbnuts, that's exactly what I stated in my last post. Your problem slaphappy is you've got too many aliases floating around in that empty space you call your head. Yuk Yuk

      norrishappy

    • Oh wait Did I say shale gas or shale oil? HUm is there a big diff if we are playing word games. ;-)

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shale_gas

      Good night Yakity yak

    • An alternative but currently experimental process referred to as in situ retorting involves heating the oil shale while it is still underground, and then pumping the resulting liquid to the surface.

      Yakity yak only about twenty years out of date!

      With the current combination of directional drilling and fracturing they can get at the tight gas and oil in shale. The definition is changing too as the pressure is not just for causing cracks but generating presure. Also they are using the gas pressure to bring up liquids.

      Oil shales differ from oil-bearing shales, shale deposits which contain petroleum (tight oil) that is sometimes produced from drilled wells. Examples of oil-bearing shales are the Bakken Formation, Pierre Shale, Niobrara Formation, and Eagle Ford Formation

      Not even sure I typed oil shale rather than oil bearing shales or tight oil and gas but it does not matter either way. Due to technology what was once 'oil shales' are now oil-bearing.

      Dude you are so weak!

      Yes NAT had $50 million of debt last year. Now it is $170 and still less than 20% of capital. Fact is NAT could borrow to cover the dividend for two or even three years and if by that time tankers have not turned around their ccompetition will be BK under new owners. WHich could be a danger in an odd way.

      Thank you I need a laugh. Good night. ;-)

    • "...."Total Assets 1 111 546
      Long-term Debt 170 000"....

      What are you smokin slaphappy? $170M in long term debt against total assests of over $1B.

      ..."Pretty sad Yakity Yak. The rest are normal working capital accounts."...

      Typical response by one who doesn't have any idea what he's talking about


      ....."The real problem with oil tanker is rapidly growing American production of oil and gas. Plus China may have even more shale gas than America. Unlike America where we burn half our corn for ethanol they make superior low cost liquid fuel from dry natural gas."....

      slaphappy, you talk a good game but most of it is present day B.S. like most of your posts and won't happen for a long, long time. The big oil companys have big lobbyists in Washinton to slow any new innovations that jeopardize their business. and forget about oil shale being produced to replace oil anytime too soon.

      Oil shale can be mined and processed to generate oil similar to oil pumped from conventional oil wells; however, extracting oil from oil shale is more complex than conventional oil recovery and currently is more expensive. The oil substances in oil shale are solid and cannot be pumped directly out of the ground. The oil shale must first be mined and then heated to a high temperature (a process called retorting); the resultant liquid must then be separated and collected. An alternative but currently experimental process referred to as in situ retorting involves heating the oil shale while it is still underground, and then pumping the resulting liquid to the surface.

      See, slaphappy, you like to post but most of them are worthless. Yuk Yuk

    • NAT is a good dividend play

 
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