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Sun 11:51Price: 0.17
aerial13,811 posts
RE: Big Question

Also, and from memory, the construction of the Pylons within the Power Line Corridor
is a far shorter process than the building of the Substations. I think there was mention
of 36 month?, but that is purely from memory.
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Sun 11:41Price: 0.17
aerial13,811 posts
RE: Big Question

Gwynwin
I had a quick look back and can't find anything more recent than the World Bank funding approval in June this year, but if you have the time there is some interesting information in the below TANESCO PDF

http://www.tanesco.co.tz/index.php/investments/environment-report/231-final-rpf-report-for-400kv-tl-from-mbeya-tunduma-sumbawanga-and-330kv-tl-from-tunduma-substation-to-tanzam-boarder/file
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Sun 11:07Price: 0.17
aerial13,811 posts
RE: Aerial

bE
Orkne is a little higher than envisaged in the time allotted, as I have to stops in Pontllanfriath
and Greater Manchester, but if the sun shines you never know where the bike will lead me!?...
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Sun 10:40Price: 0.17
bigeye54913 posts
RE: Aerial

Aye that would be good ! but hopefully going to spend the whole summer in KW15
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Sun 10:40Price: 0.17
Gwynwin652 posts
RE: Big Question

Does anyone know when the Tanzanian Power Boys will make a desission on who or whom will get the go ahead for a power plant construction on the line to feed into their grid.
Or even power plant with lines to locals areas get started and then hook up to the new line between X and Y when constructed
I think this would Light a fire under this share if it gets a contract.
Note I Think.
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Sun 10:23Price: 0.17
aerial13,811 posts
RE: Aerial

bE
Yes agreed not the 'discussion' board it once was. Sadly gone are the days of research and debate by interested and informed members.. I think it's fair to say that everyone that has contributed to this board over the years see a very few members for what they really are.

The annoyance with regards to the communications is understandable for those that attended this years AGM as we discussed the matter and it was agreed by Rufus and Jeff that there was a serous lack of comms, and it would be addressed,....and it clearly hasn't. I also agree with you, as I mentioned yesterday that no one seems to care what has been achieved?,...which for me is a very strange view!

Just a paper loss! :)

Likewise to you and Mrs Quasi Hoping you have a Great time!
Hopefully West Coast for lunch and an orange juice this coming summer.
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Sun 09:32Price: 0.17
brightspark1,396 posts
Each to their own !

British bulls has a “buy” rating . 1st in 84 days . Has it finally bottomed out ??
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Sun 07:08Price: 0.17
bigeye54913 posts
RE: Aerial

I dont fret about the lack of comms and most of those that do, talk bull and are sent to bed most nights for having a tantrum. The I want it now brigade are only interested in themselves and forget what EDL has achieved in such a short space of time.
Aim has had a really bad 2018 not just EDL as far as share price is concerned, but for investors it is at the moment a paper loss.
To you and yours a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year and to most others Stop Wetting Yourselves.
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Sat 21:55Price: 0.17
aerial13,811 posts
RE: Rufus Short

Potter
You are right, Rufus has lost a lot of credibility, not all of his own making, but he certainty
hasn't helped! It's been said many times before that this could turn in a heartbeat, you just
never know!....
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Sat 21:44Price: 0.17
aerial13,811 posts
RE: Rufus Short

AIM!!. No rhyme or reason.

It will be interesting to see what the next update says, and more importantly the
result of the Tender both here and Kibo, as it could be win win fingers crossed!
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