frac, Yahoo has redesigned Yahoo Finance. If you are viewing it from a desktop, you cannot easily access these message boards. If you navigated to Yahoo Finance with a desktop pc and then did a search for KWKAQ you would see a page with tabs for "Summary", "Conversations", "Statistics", etc. What are termed "Conversations" constitute the replacement for the message boards.
For some unknown reason, the change has not been made when viewing from a mobile browser. I would bet that you are accessing this board with either a tablet or a mobile phone. There are browser extensions which allow the browser to lie about what platform/device is reported to a web server, and hence one can access these message boards using a desktop browser.
Who knows how long Yahoo will make the old message boards available from mobile devices. The new Yahoo Finance and especially the "Conversations" are generally getting scathing reviews.
Frac, quick and Linda are over at the new Yahoo conversations board still grasping at straws. Oily has slinked away, probably never to be seen again.
The man in the middle of the back row is Dr. Joan Albanell, Director of the Medical Oncology Service at the Hospital del Mar.
So, undoubtedly all of the 9 in the photo are academic and medical researchers.
namxorex, you can find out more about this by searching for IDIBELL, which is the Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute. Unless you speak Spanish or Catalan, choose English at the top right of the page. Then, to see the source of the photo and the information posted by sporetrophic, click the "What's On" menu item, and you'll see the news release dated 2016/07/07. The woman with the red hair in the picture is Conxi Lázaro, lead researcher of the hereditary cancer project area.
Since they've used Roche Diagnostics in the news release, I'd assume Roche has approved this. As to why Roche has not marketed their version of the Sequel, who knows?
According to the affadavit of J. David Rushford dated June 21, 2016, the Fortune Creek Gathering and Processing Partnership, owned 50% by Quicksilver Canada through its ownership of Makarios Midstream Inc and 50% by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Co LP, will be placed into bankruptcy.
frac, whether or not they are the same, they have the same modus operandi in that they send their posts down the memory hole.
So, if you had 10,000,000 shares on 7/1/2014, then after the 1 for 50 reverse split on 9/8/2014 you were left with 200,000 shares. Then, after the 1 for 35 reverse split on 7/14/2015, you were left with 5,714 shares. And, finally, after the upcoming 1 for 400 reverse split, you will be left with 14 shares. Who needs to learn basic math?
I haven't had time to read them. The 4th report is dated May 20 and the 5th report is dated June 23. I must say that the Canadian CCAA system leaves a lot to be desired regarding transparency and timeliness of information release.
I'm not oilyman, but since you addressed this to me, I'll respond to you. If the general unsecured will get only 3%, how will equity get anything?
In addition, if you look at the blackline document, 1490, you'll see 13.2 and 13.3 are unchanged from the original filing.
If anyone thinks that common will get anything, take a look at page 9 (pdf page 17). Class 5, general unsecured claims, estimated amount of claims $1,414,574,414 estimated recovery 3%. Class 6, subordinated notes claims $361,498,958 estimated recovery 0%.
Some may claim that this is bashing, but you and I and all other realists know that this is simply fact.
Maybe they prefer to remain minority owners, having the assets managed by partners? Maybe they prefer a diversified asset base rather than concentrating on a single shale basin? They just purchased a 25% interest in an Eagle Ford play as announced on June 21..
Okay, thanks. But, I thought that the Bluestone bid was accepted and has closed. The fighting now is how the cash generated by that sale is to be distributed among the various creditors.
Let me explain what I understand by 25% undivided interest. Let's say that the Barnett shale assets consist of 100 wells, 25 wells in Tarrant county, 25 wells in Parker county, 25 wells in Hood county, and 25 wells in Johnson county. TG Barnett doesn't now own, say the 25 wells in Hood county, they own 25% of the oil and gas from all of those 100 wells. Bluestone owns the other 75%.
I could be wrong, but I don't think so.
Well, I'm not a lawyer, but with that stated, I am as sure as I can be.
By the way, what do you mean by "backup bid" which you referenced in the original message? Can you point me to where I can look into this? Thanks.
No, I don't understand your point. TG Barnett owns the assets they purchased. The 8-K filed when the purchase was announced stated that the purchase was in cash and was to settle upon closing of the transaction. So, any interest TG Barnett has in second lien notes is unrelated to this asset. They own it. Bluestone now owns the other 75%.
linda, it was my understanding that Tokyo Gas bought a 25% interest in Quicksilver's Barnett shale oil and gas assets, not 25% of Quicksilver. Do you have evidence that this is not the case? Thanks.