wakakaka88dooom...oil is going down the drain..even UAE have to lift their subsidies like Malaysia..wakakakakaka
devilmaycareactually knm is not strictly an oil and gas player. in areas where it is, its involvement is pretty much downstream. oil prices would have a more immediate impact on upstream players like sapurakencana and those with offshore operations. but eventually, the fall in oil prices in the long term would affect knm. on the positive side, knm has the alternative of focusing more on renewable energy projects. still, bioenergy plants are often very expensive to develop and uncertain due to lack of reliable technology in the market to drive such plants. still, if you agree that everyone wants alternative energy sources which are clean and environmental friendly, knm is already there in the market. it will take some time though as the world's dependence on oil is still high despite the fall in prices.
LorisayurMinyak us100 knm $1.00, minyak sekarang us48.
JustLearning1) Many projects do not equate to profits 2) Many projects but they need to be completed to satisfaction and on time 3) Many plans do not equate to profits 4) Many plans require money to be invested, is there any? 5) Too much debts
6) I didn't know KNM was a big player in the renewable energy sector, care to elaborate which project experiences?
nomanlandHere the latest updated charts http://klse.i3investor.com/blogs/tosell2/80540.jsp