Look I am just saying that the action and lack of ANY kind of upbeat news from the clowns running this company is a very ominous sign. You don't have to agree with my opinion. I hope I'm wrong because you don't want to know how deep underwater I am on this pig.
Inexplicable to see the stock crumble when wti is up to $58 now and all the other drillers are flying. Prospector deal has killed the company. Stilley needs to go
And that is why Wall Street has priced the company for bankruptcy. The decisions this management team has made are downright atrocious. Stilley couldn't make worse decisions if he tried. It's really astonishing to see such horrible gross incompetence.
You think LINE might snag some of those assets on the cheap? Not sure how desperate BP is?
#$%$. No way LINE hits 20 for many many years; if ever. They cooked too many people with their strategy. Masses won't touch it
Good to see it hold steady as the markets got creamed. Need ng to get back to 3.50 and oil to $70 for some real strength.
Another idiotic knee jerk reactionary response immediately throwing out conservative counterparts. Does the fact Palin and/or Bachmann are poor choices in any way negates the fact that Hillary is a complete fraud? Do you have any shred of objectivity to call someone out even if they're in your party? It's ignorant fools like you that have blindly voted in the crooks that are killing us.
PEMEX still dragging their feet? I guess the news today of another driller taking drastically lower day rates isn't exactly good news, but if PGN is supposed to be the lower cost option, then let's see some damn action!
The acceptance of Clinton' illegal and outrageously blatant improprieties by the left is appalling. Clinton could be sponsoring ISIS and the left would still blindly vote for her. So sad to see the country crumbling due to such irresponsible ignorance. The fallout will be devastating to our kids and grandkids.
Yeah but wasn't there something in the spinoff paperwork/legal mumbo jumbo that they couldn't buy back shares for a certain period of time? 1 or 2 years?
I'm fairly certain they can't buy back shares until 1 year after the spinoff? Anyone have more info on that? Also, even if they were "allowed" to buy back shares I don't think the bondholders would look favorably on it; as someone pointed out here a couple of months ago.