Before entering the JV to sell temp controlled boxes, did you poll your existing clients to see if this is a product they were interested in? what percentage of clients did you poll, and what percent were interested?
Question: do you feel any obligation to the investors, and if so, when will you deliver them pleasing results?
I am guessing because they all paid for leases to extract the gas in the first place. also some leases I would imagine guarantee production.
I don't recall prior institution ownership, are these new owners?
Yahoo is reporting the following:
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what if anything do you know about their rigs, are they the older type or more modern? I know that could be a big concern with this type of company.
Hey mike what info can you give me on this stock. what is obvious and not so obvious. what is the low down. would love your perspective.
I don't want to not be a critic here, but all expenses are going higher each Q, while revenues are dropping.
there is no point entering business agreements that are not net positive.
The premises leased pursuant to the Original Lease consisted of approximately 4,366 rentable square feet of space in the building (the "Building") located at 3303 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell, Washington. The Company leased an additional 5,798 rentable square feet of space in the Building pursuant to the First Lease Amendment. The Second Lease Amendment expanded the premises leased by the Company from the Landlord to approximately 20,462 rentable square feet. The Third Lease Amendment expanded the premises to 20,761 rentable square feet. The Fourth Lease Amendment expanded the premises to 25,864 rentable square feet. The Fifth Lease Amendment expanded the premises to 30,357 rentable square feet.
Under the Fifth Lease Amendment, beginning November 15, 2015, the Company's monthly base rent will increase by $6,739.50 per month to an aggregate of $55,708.67 per month. The Company's base rent will increase from time to time, as set forth in Exhibit B.5 to the Fifth Lease Amendment. The Company is also required to pay an amount equal to its proportionate share of certain taxes and operating expenses for the leased premises.
thank you for posting that. super information. I would say that based on what I read, to get these speeds, you would need fiber service to the curb at a minimum. they are only achieving these speeds over copper within 328 feet. I am sure there will be huge advances, but that will take time.