Attaboy Okie...well said, and well written!!! Well spelled and profound as always...keep up your good work here. A pump gets so much more validity with your seal of approval !!! LOL
XOM is in the "gas movement"...they are the largest nat gas producer in North America.
They know that modifying their stations is a poor investment/ROI. IMO
When does a Recall become a Shut Down or Investigation? Do you have something new and concrete to report here? If so please provide a site or back up.
Are you happy with their performance to date? Are you happy with their transparency? Do you think that they handled the secondary well? Do you think that they handled this recall well?
I am sincere with these questions, because I share investors' frustrations.... The call would have been the perfect forum to address the recall and answer many of the questions regarding impact we see on this board.
And let me add one more question, Will this recall impact the time table to break even?
Nikko, the Dow is at record highs...this POS is at new lows...Friday was a 13% drop and today we are covering...
I could do no worse !!!!
1.) I would be honest about disclosing bad news.
2.) I would not over-hype good news
3.) I would do much more to control costs
4.) I would take just $1.00 in salary; and the rest in shares, because like most everyone else here, I think there is a future with NGV's, but not with this team. Replace the team with anyone, and the share price will hit $20. IMO
All of the good news and PR can't hide that some people have given up on this stock. And Wall Street does not like to be lied to by management. IMO
Wayne, please tell me the Russian invasion of the Crimea is the reason for today's drop or tomorrow's rally.
There are so many great reasons why this stock should not be at 4 year lows.... and one BIG reason why it is: MANAGEMENT. IMO
Your opinion doesn't matter now...It is Wall Street s opinion that will matter tomorrow.
This issue should have been addressed on the call. Lying by omission in my opinion.
Wrong!!! This shows systemic issues in management. Wall Street is going to punish these guys for knowing this news and not addressing it on the call when they should have. A BLOODY MONDAY !!! IMO
NEW YORK (AP) — Engine maker Cummins Inc. and its joint venture Cummins Westport Inc. are recalling 25,013 engines because cold weather could cause a sensor to fail, resulting in an exhaust fire.
No injuries have been reported but Cummins Westport has received two reports of flames coming from vehicle exhaust pipes.
The engines can be found in a variety of commercial vehicles including school and transit buses as well as fire trucks. Among the companies to which Cummins shipped the engines is school bus manufacturer Blue Bird Corp.
The recall affects Cummins Westport Model ISL G engines made between Sept. 12, 2007 through Feb. 2, 2014 and Cummins Westport Model ISX12 G engines made from Feb. 19, 2013 through Feb. 2, 2014.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Friday that condensation in the tubes that distribute air coming into the engine may freeze during cold weather. That ice could interfere with the proper operation of the pressure sensor, potentially increasing exhaust temperatures or causing flames from the exhaust pipe, which could burn a person or cause a fire.
For more information, owners may call 1-800-343-7357.
Tough week Chris? First WPRT and now CLNE...guessing no one believes either management or your pumps... Don't worry though, your LNG portals will turn your investments green in no time. IMO