I agree that the prospects overall are still good for geotech firms that have good products. Exploration, maximizing extraction from existing fields, and even rehabbing old plays will be an important part of the business going forward. GEOS products are well-suited (excuse the pun) for these applications. All it takes is a perturbation or two in the global oil market and things could heat up in a hurry for domestic production.
It occurs to me that you are associated with BWS, eh? That's fine. You provide a rational discourse. I believe there are plenty of oil and gas plays that will require characterization and monitoring in the next few years. These should provide GEOS with customers, no?
Hey Woody, you still riding this nag to zero? I while back I recommended you look at Tenneco as a solid, if not pure play in diesel emissions control. It was $30 then. Now it's $55. Instead of a company that perpetually goes slowly down. You might consider one that goes slowly, but steadily up. No hard feelings, just my .10 worth.
Romney became rich because his daddy gave him the money, along with all of his insider contacts.
If the republicans hadn't thwarted every move Obama made to improve the economy, as well as causing repeated crises of government that resulted the credit rating downgrades, and done everything in their power to instill a sense of uncertainty for businesses, we'd be in much, much better shape economically. The republicans have intentionally thrown the economy under the bus just to try to get the only thing they care about, a defeat of Obama (as explicitly expressed by Mitch McConnell). The funny part is that even after all their pathetic tactics, Obama will win in November.
This device is simpler? I think not. Unless it is installed below storm wave base of 30M or so, the first big storm will tear it apart. If installed below 30M, it won't do anything as there is not likely to be any flow to drive it. Install this thing in a river... watch big sinker logs destroy it in the first big flood.
Youi are a gullible pinhead. Whatever you do, don't read the last paragraph. Getting environmental news from the WSJ is like getting information on the Democrats from Fox News.
Anybody who is long this stock, but believes in the Republican platform ought to have their heads examined. No EPA, no FTEK. It's that simple.