Here is a PM conversation I had with someone from another board.....good things are coming
Originally Posted by weatherbill Quote: Originally Posted by cfp Regarding NDOL. I had a long chat with Ken Maciora at Empire on Friday and he said as much as he could. He said that they are waiting on the SEC to send back COMMENTS on their First SEC filing for the name change and all. He also stated that they are on track for ALL previous PR's that spoke to the issue of "MAGMA" and the other deal i cant pronounce(LOL). He said he just got off the phone with Parkin for a 1/2 hour and Parkin had alot of good stuff to say so I guess we are waiting....They only want to report REAL events not fluff! Do you have anything more than that? thanks
no, I don't .....but can I post your message to me on ***???? That might help some folks to make a good decision and give hope to others who've been holding and doubting
Sure, I would but I dont know how to do that ****. By the way I'm a CFP/VP for a major US Bank, I do Retirement and Estate Planning for High Net Worth folks for 20+ yrs, so if you have any thing, or questions I can help you with let me know! Been long NDOL since .25 & .27 before 2.17 buyout offer.
Posts: 525 | From: nashville | Registered: Jun 2005
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Oil Company Urges Military to Go to Syria Russia’s North-West Oil Group, NWOG, has become a majority holder in Creditline, a project operator to construct a refinery and petrochemical facilities in Syria. In NWOG, they hope to lure the RF Defense Ministry into the project, which worth exceeds $3.5 billion. NWOG’s hopes are well justified, as the military need a refinery in Syria to ensure continuous provision of fuel to the combat vessels in the Mediterranean Sea. Russia’s North-West Oil Group, NWOG, has bought out 63 percent in Creditline, a project operator to construct a refinery and petrochemical facilities in Syria. The seller was Russia’s resident Nizami Piriev, who owns Creditline. The respective contract was sealed September 21.
Both NWOG and Creditline confirmed the information but declined to disclose the deal budget.
In February, Creditline won the tender in Syria to construct a refinery of 6.5 million tons annual capacity and 1.4-million ton petrochemical facilities there. The refinery will produce diesel fuel and directly distilled gasoline, while the petrochemical enterprise will focus on making olefin, benzol, polyethylene and polypropylene. The term of the project is five years, and its budget is estimated at $3.575 billion.
For a new holder of Creditline, the prime concern today is to lure authorities into the undertaking. NWOG General Director Yulia Sozina said, first of all, they see this project in light of strategic interests of Russia in the region and are holding preliminary negotiations so that the RF Foreign Ministry and Defense Ministry step in to back up the project. The company is ready to give to authorities an interest in the project or a stake in the company, according to Sozina.
The project is no secret to the military, spokesmen of Defense Ministry confirmed off-the-record, emphasizing they count on its urgent implementation. With a refinery in Syria, the vessels of Russia Navy will have a source of continuous fuel supply in the Mediterranean Sea.
unbelievable news! up we go!
Posts: 51 | From: Belgium | Registered: May 2006
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I like the looks of this. I have never played this one before but am planing to hop in right after the bell opens. Do you guys feel pressure on this stock tomarrow or is this not yet widley known. Is anyone else hoping in this one. I am new at this but love it and I may ask some dumb questions along the way.
Posts: 111 | From: trenton nj | Registered: Sep 2006
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