Time to get out my tinfoil hat just in case some nefarious entity makes improper use of this. Will also inform my Aussie friends of what is happening--hee hee!
Boing gets about 2/3 of the money and Space X about 1/3. Will be interesting to follow their progress towards a 2017 launch estimate. Also saw something about ORB and and unmanned vehicle propulsion unit but could not find full article. Have you seen it doc or you clamdigger?
Most certainly did not deny I had made a mistake. You only read what you want to and then ignore posts that are inconvenient to your view.
Honest, you are going back three years to find a posting when management was different, we still had PV and Mereenie interests etc etc. My gawd that is lame. But it fits your modus operandi of digging up fossilized information.
Speculatively a strong buy if it suits you but it did not go from 2 to 1, it went the other way. I am glad you came out to support avi as I am sure he was feeling awfully lonely talking only to himself in most posts.
A day or two? You clearly have not been paying attention to several days in which this has been the pattern. Back to 1.91 after hours. Can't you get any of the other appendages to give you some thumbs up? Speculative buy as always.
Interesting observations. I have already seen posts claiming there will be something rotten in Denmark if SpaceX does not get the contract or the majority of the deal. By all means, let's get an engine built in the U.S. that we can rely upon for launches. And, by all means, let's get on with this ATK/ORB deal. If private job creation continues in the 200,000 plus range each month, the Fed will act to raise rates although I suspect they will stay relatively low for some time.
About 70,000 shares today and down 7 cents while yesterday the price was up on over 300,000 shares. This is a pattern that has been repeated several times in the last few months.
Not sure what you mean by UK timing. The UK well is only just approaching the first target zone while the 10K report may well indicate an increase in boe/day compared to last year. Both will give us information but I think the 10K will be more relevant at this time as it will come out long before the UK well reaches the 8000+ ft final level.
But there may be knowledge of what the 10K will report especially if there is some news about the CO2 project. We can always hope but have to be realistic in understanding that all of the work may amount to little. Speculative buy.
I am reminded of who made the money during the CA gold rush. It was the suppliers of goods not the prospectors, most of whom went bust. Need for communications birds is a limited amount so a company like ORB that builds them and has other lines of business as well made itself an entity that ATK was happy to take up in a merger of sorts.
Will Celtique appeal? There is substantial opposition to fracking in national parks but I cannot seem to get an answer as to where the totality of leases lie in which Celtique and Magellan are partners. Are there other drilling options which might prove worthwhile even if conventional wells? Does Celtique's concern about opposition to drilling in basically all of SE UK seem to be justified? I would guess this is another issue driving down the price of Magellan shares.
I do not believe you answered the question as to whether or not Magellan's other leases are in national parks. I would not want people drilling in Yellowstone or in the Olympic National Park in my home state either so the Fernhurst decision does not bother me.
Not really wild about this current drift downward in share price. Earnings report should be out any day and some news of the CO2 project would be most welcome. Overall, I think the lack of information and the overall decline in oil prices are having an effect on Magellan's price. OK, Avi, give me the thumbs down just because you seem to need to do so. Then others can share their thoughts and we can go on to other daily events.
Are they all in national parks? That would seem to be a vital piece of information that you have left out.