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  1. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: slayer on Thursday 07/06/07 11:57pm G'day Rangers, Been a long time since I posted here but want to wish everyone the best of luck and hopefully patience will reward us long term believers! Let's hope there is an AIM listing sooner then later. I thought it was nice idea to bring back the memories by bringing back the "Range Jig" lets hope everyone will be jigging if Dehaemer's prediction becomes realistic by October!
  2. Sportback

    AWD

    Hi Sagitar, WYSIWYG Thank you very much for sharing your research Wysiwyg it is very interesting to read. Re-affirms the potential of Gdn!. Sorry if this has been posted before but for anyone interested in the Uranium aspect of GDN aswell I found this presentation about another company exploring in Utah. I found it interesting. www.globaluranium.net/presentation.ppt Good luck to all shareholders I hope our patience will be rewarded soon! http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/wub.gif Cheers, SB
  3. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: amazed on Wednesday 31/01/07 07:42pm Hi Amazed, Hadja, Baeda Thank you for your article Amazed interesting read and I am a keen follower of White Nile. By the way for all White Nile Followers the current market cap of White Nile Ltd as of 31 st January is Share Price: 140.00p Change Today: up 5.00p Market Cap: £443.80m which is $1,122,507,676.1061 AUD! Looks to be heading up with the anticipation of the drilling campaign could re-test highs of 180 p per share. Looks good for Range! Having said that they are commencing drilling in the 2nd Qtr of 2007 and are also looking for 5 billion barrels of oil like Range is. A very interesting article on White Nile if anyone interested: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtm.../24/ixcoms.html White Nile only have 60 per cent of a field called Block Ba according to this article. Ba contains an estimated 5bn to 6bn barrels of oil. If 30 per cent of this oil is recovered, it could be worth an estimated $100bn at today's oil prices. "If it comes off, investors in White Nile could well be sitting on something extremely lucrative". Also Chevron Texaco was active in the 1970's but also pulled out in the 1990's because of civil war similar to Conoco in Somalia. It also states that majors are queing up to get a piece of the action. Uncanny resemblance to Range story in my opinion. Baeda you are quite right I forgot the Coal amongst the other minerals http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif Hadja I thought this announcement was brilliant also
  4. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: Livas1 on Wednesday 31/01/07 05:56pm Hey Livas1! and all other Range holders So by March we shall have our eagerly anticipated AIM listing and hopefully we will all be smiling, Like our friends over at White Nile Ltd. Great too see our companies situation clarified in a concise clear manner to the market. Good work Range! I must say I do like the comment clarifying to the market about how RAB and Firebird are major shareholders and it shows confidence in the resource Range has. After seeing all this information on Seismic and drilling data, Canmex must be eager to get the drill in the ground as soon as possible. Exciting times in the next two months. I also like this bit Livas http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif mineral exploration program may be undertaken including "potential Uranium deposit" adding to the stockpile of Uranium in the Corachapi Uranium project. Range "the energy powerhouse"
  5. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: jamit01 on Thursday 25/01/07 01:24pm I was there at the meeting and I am pretty sure he said that also, didn't they also they were hoping to AIM list in February- March? I really hope they stick to that http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/unsure.gif
  6. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: garry w on Thursday 25/01/07 11:10am Hi Garry, I think the French connection could be something to do with Marcus-Edwards Jones as he is based in Paris from my discussion with him.
  7. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: soj88 on Tuesday 23/01/07 01:44pm Hi Soj88, Could you please provide the link to where I can find the information where it states "RRS have to start exploring within three months from the 29th of December 2006" as I went to the Official Puntland website and I could not find it. Thank you SB http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif
  8. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: Top Cat on Tuesday 23/01/07 08:37am Fantastic news! congratulations to all long term holders who have stuck by it through thick and thin. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif Favourite Parts: “In keeping with its corporate objectives to enhance its shareholder base and actively pursue growth in other financial markets Range has also appointed a specialist natural resources and emerging markets UK broking house to proceed with a planned listing on the London Stock Exchange Alternate Investment Market (AIM). Associated with the proposed AIM listing is a minimum US$20m institutional placement.†His Excellency President Hersi commented: “Range and Puntland have been working together in the past few years and I am very happy with the relationship. Canmex has worked with Range and I am very happy with the deal. I honestly believe our country is rich in natural resources and it requires people to do the work. The big oil companies were previously all exploring in my country 20 years ago I was the Governor of the area and believe an oil discovery was near........... I have heard good things about Canmex and the people involved and I look forward to the commencement of work as soon as possible.â€ÂÂÂÂÂ
  9. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: slayer on Tuesday 05/12/06 05:29am Hi Slayer I just received my dvd in the mail today and just watched it then..same presentation that was delivered in the EGM The gentleman in the black framed glasses sitting in front of Mike Povey in the aeroplane is Marcus Edwards Jones. Of course there is also the other gentleman Liban Bogor who gave a great description of the real situation in Puntland. Cheers, Sp
  10. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: mbrk on Sunday 03/12/06 09:12pm Thank you! mbrk http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/smile.gif great article really enjoyed reading it.
  11. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: hajda2 on Thursday 02/11/06 10:10am Thank you Hadja, very interesting article. Political risk has not stopped big Asian countries from investing in Nigeria with the recent example of this $10 billion spent on upgrading railway and a gas plant. It has also not stopped Nigeria from becoming 8th biggest crude exporter in the world as quoted by Reuters. The BBC website gives a great insight into what Oil companies such as Shell face in Nigeria and it would seem like it is normal for all these companies to work along side risk and from my perspective Puntland looks just as good if not better risk wise then Nigeria. Militant groups threaten Oil companies on a regular basis it seems according to this article by BBC. Website: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/4625390.stm
  12. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: Livas1 on Monday 16/10/06 03:59pm Be careful Livas1 I attempted to make the exact same point the other day with regards to the company not being clear enough and it was completely misinterpreted by a few here and was told along with others we have "little respect and no tolerance". http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/wink.gif I will say no more here
  13. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: dee27 on Sunday 15/10/06 10:41am Hi dee27, I concur with your comments and I will be voting no to some of the resolutions such as Resolution 2 - Issue of shares to Findlay and Co amongst others The company has not been clear enough for me with their announcements and people that say they have are either in denial or......
  14. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: vind on Monday 25/09/06 05:20pm Hi vind, Welcome to the RRS thread ANZ Nominees Ltd is the institution behind the current manipulation of RRS as it seems they are buying and selling to themselves. Not sure what their strategy is... How do I know I have seen the other shareholders and they remain unchanged and there are no new shareholders in the Top 20. I monitor this regularly as I am a Top 10 shareholder is RRS. Regards,
  15. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: charleslew on Monday 25/09/06 10:35am Looks like contrived selling and buying to me it is starting to get very irritating the manipulation of this stock has gone on for a very long time just wish AIM listing would get new fresh investors in instead of the corrupt ones we seem to have at the moment
  16. Sportback

    RRS

    I will be flying in my own private boeing 747-400 http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/tongue.gif All long termers welcome
  17. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: 2187 on Wednesday 23/08/06 08:25am In 2 years it is achievable with RRS to reach $60? How did you derive this time frame? I hope you are right mate http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/king.gif
  18. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: 2187 on Wednesday 23/08/06 08:10am Hi JR, I can envisage such a market capitalisation as it just struck me to the enormity of the project RRS has when I saw on Bloomberg the Brazil National Oil Company having 9 billion barrels of oil in reserves and they were valued at 90 dollars per share with huge market cap. Livas, I think you will find that it has been stated by Range on their website in AE that they are considering Dubai and Aim. Regards, Sportback
  19. Sportback

    RRS

    Hi all RRS followers, Found an interesting read: Oil & Gas EYe Ernst & Young key analysis and commentary on the top twenty AIM listed Oil & Gas shares. The Q1 Oil & Gas EYe provides a useful and informative summary of the first quarter of 2006. http://www.ey.com/global/content.nsf/UK/EC...Oil_and_Gas_EYe Also found this interesting White Nile considered Somalia "1.1.4 Business Strategy The Company was established in order to identify and acquire projects in the natural resources sector with particular emphasis on oil projects within Africa. In addition to the Acquisition, the Company is currently considering projects in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia." http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article16525 Regards, Sportback
  20. Sportback

    KAB

    In reply to: forevertold on Wednesday 12/07/06 09:39am Hi Forevertold, I found this article it may have been posted before but I think it is applicable to URA and its situation. http://www.financialsense.com/editorials/c.../2006/0614.html I am a shareholder and I am looking forward to the acquisition of assets the company has stated in their announcement. Does anyone have an opinion on why Michael Kiernan's son sold "almost $700,000" of stock? It seems abit strange to me http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/ohmy.gif Regards, Sportback
  21. Hi all, article just released http://www.news.com.au/story/0,10117,18903...0.html?from=rss Mining company wants explanation By Jane Hammond 23-04-2006 From: AAP THE head of mining minnow Cazaly Resources, Nathan McMahon has called on West Australian Resources Minister John Bowler to explain why his company has been stripped of a lucrative mining tenement. Mr McMahon said he had been offered no explanation as to why Cazaly's application for the tenement had been terminated in the name of public interest. "This fight is not over yet, not by a long shot," Mr McMahon said. Mr Bowler announced late on Friday that he would strip Cazaly of the valuable Pilbara iron ore tenement enabling Rio Tinto to reclaim the ground. Mr Bowler said at the time that he had carefully examined the case and was satisfied that the public interest was best served by terminating Cazaly's application to explore the Shovelanna deposit in the Pilbara. The move handed the resource back to mining giant Rio Tinto which had forgotten to renew its permit for the mining tenement last August, enabling Cazaly to peg the claim. Mr Bowler was not available for comment today. Mr McMahon is seeking legal advice on the issue and is demanding an explanation as to how the decision best serves the public interest. "In all my experience in the mining industry I have never heard of a case where a person has got their tenement terminated or refused by the minister in the public interest where that party has done everything right," Mr McMahon said. "There are more than just the handful of major mining companies that make this state go on. This is a huge win for big business, it is awful for everyone else." Mr McMahon said the decision was a throwback to the dark days of WA Inc. "This decision is unexplained. The minister must explain this decision to the public. "I would like John Bowler to go to the front bar of the Exchange Hotel in his electorate of Kalgoorlie and explain his decision to all those people who make a living off small mining companies." Mr McMahon said the mining industry was in shock over the decision and he was receiving support from many different sectors of the industry and associated businesses. cheers, Sportback
  22. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: trindlers on Friday 21/04/06 04:10pm Hi Trindlers, I hope you are right with the prospects MEPS are operators of as I would have thought the same thing if this was a JV with regards to the 500mmbo prospects. My understanding was that MEPS would cover the cost of drilling so why would they need KNOC to assist in the drilling of these prospects? Oh well I hope we can get some details with respect to the MEPS prospects and the KNOC 75% interest prospects soon from the company to make things clearer. Cheers, Sportback
  23. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: Livas1 on Friday 21/04/06 11:42am Hi Livas and RRS followers, Could someone please clarify for me what KNOC share of the Noogal Area is and this does not mean they are sharing the 4 "ready to drill" holes does it with the MEPS agreement? I am a little confused http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/wink.gif Regards, Sportback
  24. Hi Caz followers, Another article from The Age today http://www.theage.com.au/news/Business/Caz...4521441830.html Cheers, Sportback
  25. Sportback

    RRS

    In reply to: chiller on Monday 10/04/06 08:42pm Hi Chiller, The problem has been fixed the real player was the player which made it work. Thank you for your assistance. Thank you to Brantley and Dee for providing the link and information greatly appreciated. Cheers, Sportback
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