LOL. Now the stock isn't being "subsidized" it's prime for a major meltdown.
Same phony dialogue crappola from you clowns day after day. pathetiic.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
You're nuts, or more likely simply a stooge trying to pump the stock. Hey, buy more, lose bigger, your choice!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
You can't understand PNG until you understand how the corrupt government stooges are facilitating the illegal looting of the rain forest in PNG. Google illegal logging in PNG and find out for yourself...
QUERY: Is illegal timber harvesting or illegal drugs the bigger and biggest "industry" in PNG?
There will always be ANOTHER garbage SHU rumor. Just look at the number of LIES over the past 10 years. UNREAL. I believe there are a number of hard core pumper stooges of the "Kenny" stripe. Skunk stripe.
RIGHT WING ANTI-SOLAR PROPAGANDA and misinformation. Let's examine the FACTS...
Solar Power Poses Lower Risk to Birds Than Cats or Cars
By Ehren Goossens Aug 21, 2014 12:01 AM ET
Solar-thermal power plants in the U.S. are less likely to kill birds than automobiles, cats or communication towers, despite reports that say the facilities pose a significant threat to avian life.
There were 321 “avian fatalities” in the first half of this year at the 392-megawatt Ivanpah solar project in Southern California, according to a statement Aug. 19 from NRG Energy Inc. (NRG), which co-owns and operates it. Of those, 133 were scorched by heat produced by the plant.
That’s far fewer than reported in an Associated Press article on Aug. 18. It cited federal wildlife investigators who estimated that one bird was burned every two minutes by concentrated sunlight at the Mojave Desert power plant.
The estimates for birds killed by solar power are “inflated,” NRG spokesman Jeff Holland said in an interview.
A greater risk comes from cats, which are estimated to kill hundreds of millions of birds each year. Cars are responsible for about 60 million deaths, according to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and communication towers add another four million to five million. Wind turbines killed 573,000 birds in 2012...
aggie. That assumes 1.) That you even get vcig shares registered, and 2.) That you can find suckers to buy the IPO. I wouldn't touch it with a 10 foot pole. Will emails, newsletters, and stock promoters have to be used? LOL
Look at the improvements in thin film technology and battery storage in the last 10 years. Look who makes the factory equipment the Chinese use in their solar panel manufacturing ( USA co..). Ask yourself, why is AMAT merging with Tokyo Electron ( TEL )? What if the next 10 years bring the same % improvement of the last 10 years in terms of efficiency? What if the LNG "Boom" of the last 10 years coupled with renewables and conservation lessens overall demand for crude and oil prices level off and come down?
His first SEC filing was in 2003. Carl Caserta was involved with the company early on. Here it is almost 2015 and IOC still has no oil or gas reserves. They have never sold a single drop of product from a well.
The company is registered in the Yukon Territory so the insiders are required to file INSIDER SALES reports with the SEC
Influential Canadian newspaper..........has done a number of articles on CARLO CIVELLI
You can also find information by googling CARLO CIVELLI + British Columbia Securities Commission
The stock "dividend" is a gimmick to entice initial buyers to hold this POS until the second POS gets registered if it ever clears the SEC. It may not even clear, no guarantees. Strictly for rookies. This is a one employee company operating out of a $249 a month office. There are already over 270 millions shares out and that figure will double if the "dividend" gets registered. mCigs annual gross revenues are approximately in the range of what a busy single hot dog cart might do.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
"..The trouble with Bougainville was that mine-owner CRA (now Rio Tinto) picked the wrong landowners in a complex matrilineal social system to negotiate a deal and people on the sidelines of the Panguna mine and its support towns felt neglected.
Oil Search is acutely aware of the problem. "Petroleum development leases are an artificial grid laid over a complex social system: they create divisions between the haves on the inside and the have-nots outside," said Willie Kupo, the company's community affairs manager in PNG. "At Panguna the rebels were the losers on the outer of the development area."
Since the first oil started going to customers from its Kutubu field in 1992, Oil Search has directed a flow of compensation, land rental and dividend benefits directly to local landowning clans, totalling K224 million ($95 million).
In addition, an estimated K1.2 billion has gone into the local communities through jobs, service contracts, help with pro- jects, and support for hospitals, clinics, water systems, roads and schools. Throughout the Southern Highlands there is little to show for the K4.3 billion in central government taxes and K479 million in provincial and local levies that Oil Search has paid since 1992.
"The exploration and development licences from the government is one thing," said Kupo. "You have to negotiate directly with the landowners to get actual access. And if I go in and start to talk they will not look at me as a big man until we put in a hospital or an aid post or some significant benefit."
Still, the job is not easy and Oil Search employs no less than 54 staff working on relations with the locals. Though they number only 35,000 people, they include 13 languages and six major cultural groups, scattered among 111 villages..."
Anybody know why Brian Horwood, who used to run Rio Tinto, resigned as Chmn, of Oil Search?