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Trinidad Site Visit notes

(ASX:RRS / AIM:RRL / PINK:RGRLF & RGRYY)
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 11:09 am

Yes Kev I was happy to add at any price under the 12p placing for Colombia, I believe that insto is still holding all their shares so any average below this would be ok, the further drop into the 3's has been an early xmas present for me, fully loaded now and ready for a return to profit over the coming months.

I still get the impression that things are on a ''slow burn'' until we have the new fiscal terms but I would rather start the pump up in production once we know the benefit to us and have new wells being subject to current loyalties.

I agree 100% with your thoughts on using Texas proceeds to ramp up production in TT, Colombia and Georgia. Puntland seems to have been less discussed of late, I still think that there is huge upside for us in Puntland both on and off shore. Where do you see it going, do you think Rover Resources will ever happen, I think once we get the PSA for offshore agreed a farmin will be announced soon after in which case the Rover idea might be shelved.

Really looking forward in a much more positive light at the moment, I appreciate there will be the odd set back and delay but all I see is upside from here on in.

Chris.
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 11:11 am

excellent Kev. thanks
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 11:20 am

Horizontals will only be drilled after they have the res structure nailed as it seems they are doing now IMO. It'll make it much easier to decide which horizon and steer the bit once the res is fully mapped and understood.

Kev
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:25 pm

My thanks as well Kev. A good read. Appreciate the effort you have gone to.
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 3:43 pm

Kev,
Just wanted to add my own personal thanks to you for such a comprehensive update - it really is appreciated!
Obviously we need a few 'triggers' to get us moving in the right direction - and to stay there!!
Look forward to your continued contributions to this forum.
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:15 pm

"Yo da man" Kev - many thanks!!

kev yorks wrote:
> A little later than planned sorry for that blame the day job. Hopefully
> I've condensed this sufficiently that it'll give a feel for what I saw out
> there without overwhelming with data but still be coherent. It's not a RNS
> or official company document but a best attempt by myself to give a insight
> into the full Trinidad story something I feel hasn't been put across very
> well thus far, I have however the advantage of not being constrained by
> Nomads regards format and content.
>
> Kev
>
> [attachment=0]Range Trinidad Site Visit Notes.pdf[/attachment]
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:20 pm

Nice work & Thanks Kev, any views on heading out to Mukhiani or Mogadishu on fact finding missions next year or you are you expecting RRL to be a tad more proactive?
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 9:40 pm

LOL I bloody hope there way more proactive and forthcoming with all the assets.

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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 9:45 pm

Cheers Kev, it all makes for great reading. Thanks for sharing your research and thoughts.
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Nov 14, 2012 10:03 pm

Just needs the drill to do its thing now and Pete to unlock the news flow cupboard.
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Thu Nov 15, 2012 12:01 am

Kev

You mentioned earlier that you were going to send your report to the company so that they could highlight any inaccuracies. Can I ask, did they give you any feedback on the content in general?

It's clear that you've gone to great lengths to protect your investment, and I applaud that, but it really wouldn't/shouldn't have been necessary if the company had put out decent RNS' over the last year.

What troubles me is that Pete seemed (notice the past tense) very capable of this, but I can think of 1 perhaps 2 in the last 18 months where the content has been up to scratch. Why do you think this is? (conspiracy theories aside). I fully accept that world markets have been 'shitty' but that only accounts for some of the problems.

Cheers,
GS
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Thu Nov 15, 2012 6:39 am

Yes the notes have been bounced between the UK and Trinidad a number of times to as far as possible ensure accuracy. I lowered numbers and expectations in some cases to give a margin of safety and possible upside tbh.
The BOD but more importantly Walter where happy regards content/expectations and that it gave them enough headroom to work within.


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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Mon Nov 19, 2012 8:45 pm

Jusi back from holiday. Great notes. Many thanks for your efforts.
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Fri Apr 26, 2013 6:36 am

Kev,

Will you be doing a similar visit to Russia?
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Fri Apr 26, 2013 7:24 am

Kev, He must have lost the key to that cupboard!!

kev yorks wrote:
> Just needs the drill to do its thing now and Pete to unlock the news flow
> cupboard.
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Wed Oct 30, 2019 4:52 pm

kev yorks wrote:
> A little later than planned sorry for that blame the day job. Hopefully
> I've condensed this sufficiently that it'll give a feel for what I saw out
> there without overwhelming with data but still be coherent. It's not a RNS
> or official company document but a best attempt by myself to give a insight
> into the full Trinidad story something I feel hasn't been put across very
> well thus far, I have however the advantage of not being constrained by
> Nomads regards format and content.
>
> Kev
>
> [attachment=0]Range Trinidad Site Visit Notes.pdf[/attachment]




any chance we can finally see the personal pictures that went with this corporate (supposed site visit)/ update ? As you were there. Apparently
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Tue Nov 05, 2019 7:53 am

Why all the grief towards Kev York’s when without him nobody would be able to post on Worldstocks?

Keep up the good work Kev and ignore the bitter posters
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Thu Nov 14, 2019 3:27 pm

on worldstocks, qantas is omadawn17 is martini069 and lewisyfawr

same idiot also posts on lse as seangullpieman and loadsamony and darth.trader

way way too many ids to list from advfn but at least 50


you may also know this ******* **** as yuff
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Re: Trinidad Site Visit notes

Post Tue Nov 19, 2019 7:52 am

Why so angry Therealmartini?

Let it go old bean
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