Big whoop! When and how are they going to raise the money they would need to build a stripping plant?
Their gas "find" is located about 200 miles from nowhere in the jungle of PNG.
They have no pipeline or LNG Plant so how are they going to MONETIZE? Answer: Stripping Plant
How much will that Stripping plant cost and how are they going to pay for it?
Serious responses only.
hoseboy. You asked about coming here so I will tell you. Someone has to counter some of the outrageous hype the hen house pumpers have been putting out here for years.
It's real simple. There are a handful of 24/7 365 pumpers here like kencooksam & stpioc ( who has the anonymous offshore website ) and their minions who spam pump hyperbole and trash anyone who gets in their way.
not at all, though clearly you are.... as the one star really seems to piss you off for some reason
i dont rate posts generally...and yours are not worth 1 star mostly so wouldnt waste the time plus it really hard to do on the iphone ..i am sure there is a trick
I did give a rating to a peteng post once - along with about 48 other people and then you and your cronies didnt like that so you blasted him with about 200 1 stars in about 3 minutes
clearly your penny for post is dependant upon not getting one starred....maybe I should start rating
jenso. I'm fascinated by the fact that whenever a "real" discussion gets started no "stars" are ever generated except for the one-stars you boys hit continuously!
And of course, you have already started in with the nasty personal attacks.
Feeling a little defensive, jenso?
that's your biggest problem
a few months ago you were posting that a proposed pipeline 1,000 of miles long was going to scuttle IOC's plans
now the distance of 200 miles is a big thing
ever heard of the Purari river???
Last time I went up it, it was very wide, very deep and easily navigable, but that was a few years ago...its probably bigger now.
The Purari River, "easily navigable"?
I'm really not so sure on that, jenso. I can't claim to be an expert and I'm sure you're not either.
I do know Malaysian logging interests barge timber from allegedly illegal logging operations down the river.
The photos show a river that appears to be wide enough but I worry about depth. I'm assuming an oil barge full of oil has many feet submerged below it.
Do you know the discharge rate on the river? Does it vary seasonally as to depth in other words? Dry season, rainy season -- that sort of thing?
Where would the push boats refuel? Are there any existing marine facilities or would they have to bring enough fuel for the entire round trip?