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  • Shell (RDS.A) may have taken the lead - at least in the rumor mill - as the bidder most likely to succeed in winning a share of InterOil’s (IOC) LNG project in Papua New Guinea, Platts reports. Shell’s perceived advantage over Exxon (XOM) and Total (TOT) centers on its existing relationship with the PNG government, strengthened by its ownership of emerging floating LNG technology. [View news story]
    Interesting - is Adam accusing Christine Forster and Platts of taking kickbacks to generate and publish fake market rumours? The SEC prosecute this sort of activity pretty aggressively.

    I have no idea if the IOC deal will happen, but Adam is accusing a repected media outlet of securites fraud.
    May 3 05:21 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Evidence Suggests InterOil's Gas Wells Aren't Commercially Viable [View article]
    You could have added that chandler got into sino forest at $7 per share after the muddy waters report, and that EWC has been landing cold boxes for its LNG plant at Sulawesi this week.

    One eyed analysis marks you out as talking your book and undermines most other points you are trying to make
    Aug 18 08:26 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Evidence Suggests InterOil's Gas Wells Aren't Commercially Viable [View article]
    As for chandler, you could add that he got into sino forest after muddy waters released its report as about $7 per share, and that EWC landed the cold boxes fors LNG plant at Sulawesi this week.
    Aug 18 08:22 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • InterOil Leverages Cheap Gas With Cheap and Fast Monetization [View article]
    the indonesians have not cancelled ewc's project at sengkang yet.
    Oct 8 11:24 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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