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Old 09-16-2005, 06:23 PM
joejoe joejoe is offline
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Default wsce wescorp

anyone here know this play?technology for oil/gas

buying wsce 1.05 wescorp energy....

technology for the energy industry:

shares out 36mm
float approx 8mm
70% heald by insiders
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Old 09-20-2005, 12:37 PM
bazanster2 bazanster2 is offline
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Default RE:wsce wescorp


Looks like your bringing us another big winner here.
Like the technology. Can't see why it won't do well in the furture.
Have placed it on our WatchList.

RSSYF still continues to make hay. Will be knocking at $1.50 only too soon.

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Over the years the oil industry has worked to develop a process whereby heavy oil could be produced
on a competitive basis with conventional oil. Ellycrack's cost-effective technology, which can upgrade
heavy oil to pipeline specifications on location, becomes even more important in these times of
decreasing world-wide conventional oil reserves. There are vast areas of heavy oil around the world.
In Alberta alone it's three oilsand deposits - Athabasca, Cold Lake, and Peace River - contain resources
that could supply Canada's energy needs for more than 475 years, or total world needs for up to 15 years.
The production potential of all these oil sand deposits could be as high as 2.5 trillion barrels of bitumen
(five times more than the conventional oil reserves in Saudi Arabia). Upgrading the oil in the field will
allow oil companies to eliminate on-site storage tanks as well as the costly process of trucking the oil
great distances to an upgrader. The oil can be transported by pipeline directly to a refinery for refining.

The world consumes 82 mil barrels of oil daily and China, the world's second largest consumer, is
projected to double its demand over the next 20 years. North America consumes 3 bcf of natural gas
every day, and is projected to increase 30% by 2010.
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Old 10-21-2005, 01:31 AM
Liquid53 Liquid53 is offline
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Default RE:wsce wescorp

I'm intrigued, looks like a potential winner. Just be careful trading because I think oil is due for a correction back to the mid 50's, but this could still be a long term winner. I'm gonna look into them some more, thanks for posting.
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