Huge volume, you better learn how to do math maybe its that Jethro cipherin you should try.
LEt me put this into language even a dropout like you can understand there is no volume,.
We both know that this is a fear based drop not a fact based drop. All of MW's and his cohorts arguments have been put to rest. This is now just a waiting game and as such with little volume it is easily kicked around by these little cockroaches who actually think the know more than everyone else.
MW and other smart shorts are using these daily drops to cover but with little volume it will be a long time to complete, I just hope NQ announces their buybacks.
First Google using the following keyword search.
"pure technologies barrons"
Then read the article investing in water.
Next go to the yahoo page for pur dot to The to is for their canadian toronto shares, this is their Canadian page with lots of press releases.
Lastly go to their website and read the November presentation.
They own their technology that does the search by putting a camera and many sensors packed inside a little robot ball that travels through millions of miles of pipes and identifies potential problems as well as leaks. They can also repair some of the problems so theyre is no need to dig up the streets etc.
They have long term monitoring contracts and are moving into a whole new area oil and gas pipelines which offers as much potential.
They have bought many smaller companies and have combined rather successfully all the technology and ,mngt teams.
The avg age of water pipes in the US is 60 years and Europe even more.
The demand for ng pipelines and environmental pressure will make their job an easy sell.
I see a big boy like an ABB taking them out for 20's in 2 years.
Water is a future trend.
One small cap co that is mentioned in Barrons owns 10% of the co.
LEt me know what you think.
attu, swks, swir and pxlw all great tech stocks.
ppehf, is sitting in the sweetspot of water technology cheap and growing, takeover candidate in 1 year or 2
Wow doowop59 you must have popped a blood vessel ro something, you are getting very odd.
These little bio's do that.
I bought Aria at about 3.50 it went up then down and now going back up.
Phizer just put a second person on their board. As I said this is about the technology and it seems to work, these day traders chase pennies.
Anyway good luck
This is about the market not Tol, I do not own Tol I sold all my housing stocks.
The point is oysters and frogs have nothing to do with Tol either yet you two dolts post fud like that.
You just keep saying economy is collapsing. As I keep syaing you tow are dooppes
Exxon Mobil says the drive for higher living standards around the world will keep demand for electricity and transportation fuels growing even as economies get more efficient and governments put a price on pollution.
The company's annual long-term energy outlook, released Thursday, predicts world energy demand will grow 35 percent by 2040 as electricity and modern fuels are brought to some of the billions of people in the developing world who currently live without power or burn wood or other biomass for cooking and heating. Those growing needs will be somewhat offset by a slow decline in consumption in the far more energy-hungry economies of the developed world.
"People want a warm home, a refrigerator, a TV, someday a car, and a cellphone," said William Colton, Exxon's vice president for corporate strategic planning, in an interview.
There are ample supplies of fuel to meet the world's demands, according to the report, and Colton concludes that average annual growth of 1 percent per year is manageable for the world's energy companies.
Exxon's outlook, which forecasts world energy demand through 2040, is noted by investors and policymakers, and used by Exxon to shape its investments. "The last thing we want to do is delude ourselves about the future," Colton said. "We make billion-dollar decisions on this."
The report's conclusions largely agree with those reached in other long-term energy forecasts, including a recent report by the International Energy Agency.
The outlook predicts demand for oil and natural gas — Exxon's main products — will grow steadily because shippers and truckers will need more diesel to move more goods and utilities will need additional natural gas to make electricity for more people.
Use of coal, now the chief fuel for electricity and the second most important fuel in the world after oil, will flatten in the next decades and slip to third place as countries shift to cleaner natural gas. Nuclear power and renewable electricity sources
Amazing #'s for a junior, someone needs to buy them and give me $1.00, how about Ithaca energy.
Anyway cold in Boston, 8 inches Saturday night now its cold and ice everywhere, getting another 6 inches tomorrow, winter is way to early..
I need to go to Turk Caicos , Nassua or St. johns.
I am starting to think you guys couldn't pick the winner of a one horse race, you would both bet the horse will break its leg.
Win, it so cheap but again when the market has confidence then its giddup to $1.00 plus and I think it will be fast.
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Iona Energy Inc. ("Iona" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:INA) is pleased to announce an operational update related to its Huntington Oil Field ("Huntington") located in the UK North Sea. Production at Huntington has returned to full capacity of approximately 30,000 bbls/d of oil and 25 MMscf/d of natural gas (5,265 bbls/d of oil and 4.4 MMscf/d of gas, 5,996 boe/d net to Iona) following the lifting of gas export restrictions at the BP Operated Central Area Transmission System ("CATS"). Outside of a brief period of disruption during extreme weather conditions between December 5th and 7th, the Huntington reservoir and Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel have continued to perform steadily. Since coming on stream in April of 2013, thirteen cargos have departed Huntington and been sold at average realized oil prices attracting slight premiums to Brent.
The working interests in the Huntington field are E.ON E&P UK Ltd (25% Operator), Premier Oil plc (40%), Norwegian Energy Company ASA (20%), and Iona (15%). In addition to the working interest, Iona holds a gross overriding royalty of 2.55% of the total Huntington production, payable from the Huntington Joint Venture Partners.