Good try... But I hold a few odd shares, after covering once...too few to worry about..but enough to get me in the door... see you there...
Wrong, the only way that WPRT can survive is with major changes in management... a reverse split does little to nothing. Purely optics.
Cheniere' s competition is not in the US . Cheniere' s competition is global...Peru, Trinidad, EG, Algeria, Russia, PNG, Nigeria, Egypt, all closer to markets or with better economics than LNG.
You should also apologize to everyone you misled with your PUMPING.
Demers is the absolute worst person to run this company. He is the primary reason why we are UNDER $2.00. No one believes him and know one believes in him. He couldn't run this company and make money when oil was $100/barrel, and now you expect him to merge/integrate TWO companies?
When your CEO has lost trust and credibility with the market the only thing you can do is replace him. This joke has gone on too long.
I'm glad you have asked, because everyone who posts here cares about you and has your best interests at heart, so you should always act on any advice you get on these blogs. I also recommend that you take candy from strangers and always play in traffic....banks? On an alt fuels blog...
Cheaper shale gas? Cheaper than what? Australia and PNG have conventional gas which is cheaper than shale, as well as shale gas..the remainder, , like Sakhalin and Qatar are conventional.
They don't have enough money for a meaningful buyback, and the toxic financing won't allow it.
Well, I am not quite finished with WPRT...still lots of money to be made here.
Don't forget, wall street hates these guys for lying, so always stay on the same side of the street as the smart money...And the smart money Is still playing this from the short side.
BUT MUCH MORE EXPENSIVE!! Luckily the LNG plants in Australasia don't have to pay for the Panama Canal tariffs when shipping their LNG to Asia.
Can you remind us of what the world LNG price is? Do you think $4 LNG might have some negative pressure on the share price? At these prices it may make more economic sense NOT to produce LNG.