Well, bad call on the punter that the Seahawk defender hit but basically the Niners self destructed in the second half. And the fumble was recovered by the Niners on the one though that was negated when Lynch and Wilson screwed up the handoff and the Niners actually ended up with better field position. Pretty much smash mouth football but Gore was totally stifled on rushing though Kapernick was brilliant on the running. Lynch was in Beast Mode and Wilson was far more accurate than in the last couple games. Maybe next year for the Niners but I see Seattle getting even stronger if they can get their two receivers back.
Haha! That is the same reply I got. Maybe they will make more frequent press releases but I suspect not, as what we might consider material in our frame of reference, may not be so in a corporate frame of reference.
Much as I expected, they said they would report material events promptly but they did direct me to the website which I had not visited lately as I never found it very helpful. I believe it is much more informative now at least in terms of the nuts and bolts of what Magellan is doing.
I asked that they consider a more frequent updating of progress about the CO2 project and others to keep shareholders more informed. We should not have to depend on networthgrowing for monthly barrels report or new drillings or other news such as the acid test. I expect I will get an answer and will pass along any information I get. I do not expect a daily drilling log report but something more frequent that a quarterly report that is six weeks after the fact would be nice.
I was not overly depressed by your report as I have heard of using acid in wells before. Just wish everything would go smoothly with one of Magellan's major projects. I will also contact IR. Fingers crossed for good news this year.
Gaaack! Now I think I am getting a flow blockage. I appreciate you updates on the wells but just wish this was not one of them.
Last time there was a rumor of that it jumped to 1.65 but the offer was from a little tiny outfit called Stratex and was a no go from the onset. I suspect most people would want 4-5 dollars a share at a minimum to sell out. At least that is what I would want if not a couple dollars more.
If traders are dumping this for a quick 10-12 cent profit from yesterday and there is a solid reason for its jump then I would expect a floor to be established near 1.10 pretty quickly and for the shares to begin moving upward again. Otherwise, perhaps it is just a response to the conference presentation.
With Harvin suffering the concussion, a real Seattle threat is stifled. The 49er/Seahawk game is going to a be "nasty" affair and somewhere along the line I expect "a referee will drop a puck and gloves will come off" as these two teams do not like each other much at all. Of course Seahawk fans are claiming that they have been playing really conservatively and will have some surprises for SF. I guess, just out of regional loyalty, I will have to go with the Hawks but am not confident enough to place any bets on it.
Can you be more specific about "knocking it out of the park"? It does not appear as if they have posted any news so do you think the rise is just do to how well the presentation went? I suspect most of us, except the naysayers, would prefer some solid positive news.
No question that Carolina is a very tough opponent and could beat the 9'ers today. Both would provide a very stiff test for the Hawks.
We would both be betting on SF if that game happened. I honestly believe that the Hawks peaked about 5 games ago and are just really struggling to do things right now.
Well, I've had with the shoddy performances I have seen on the last two Cygnus missions. I'm getting out. Actually the only shoddiness to which I am referring is the inability of the share price to stay above 25. With so many of today's "in and out" traders, it is no longer a matter of basics but of how quickly I can make a few bucks and go on to the next thrill. Almost like the behavior of junkies I am afraid.
Total Petroleum's entry into the UK shale gas exploration field (even though not as a Magellan partner) should encourage us as to the possibilities. The UK and Europe are way behind U.S. development of this source of energy.
What in the world can he possibly present that is not already known by anyone with an interest in this company.
It may be the first of the series under the contract but the delivery made a few months ago also got supplies, even if not as much, to the ISS. Several of the news outlets called this launch yesterday the first for delivery and are also calling it the new space race. Not sure that is an accurate description either as success by both Orbital and SpaceX means deliveries for both companies.