Argies show that that they are 'current' with world business affairs...

#1
Not sure why, but BP have sent some sort of letter to Argentina regarding their intentions (or lack of) in the Falklands area...

the Argentine Ambassador, said she had "received with satisfaction a response letter from British Petroleum [sic]".
These numpties obviously haven't realised that BP ceased to be a British Petroleum some time ago!!!!

'El, Presendente. We have won a great victory against the British. Their British Petroleum company, biggest petrol station in Britain say 'no, we wont go to Falklands and pump oil'. It is great victory, a British company giving us tacit 'ownership' status. Viva el presendente... and eva peron.

more here Argentina 'satisfied' by BP's Falklands rejection letter - Telegraph

Not sure how the Argies think they'll stop the Falklanders themselves from exploiting their own lands wealth mind...
 
#2
So one oil company has said they won't explore for oil in the FI. Could that be something to do with the 3 other companies already down there already?
 
#3
Argentinians: Like Dagos only stupider.
 
#4
No, it is a great victory for Argentina. Viva Las Malvinas!

[video=youtube;4Spy3Nd2D6w]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Spy3Nd2D6w[/video]
 

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#5
Loving the FIH chairman's quote at the end.
 
#7
How much woud it cost to mail a letter from FI to Argentina?
And would they have to go to the airport in person to certify that the lead content of the ink was below acceptable levels before the letter was released by Argie customs?
 
#8
The Argies are engaged in a propaganda war, much of which is for the benefit of the uneducated huddled masses in Argentina and other third world holes, in which the likes of Sean Penn are widely represented.
 
#10
#12
The Argies are engaged in a propaganda war, much of which is for the benefit of the uneducated huddled masses in Argentina and other third world holes, in which the likes of Sean Penn are widely represented.
That's no way to talk about Los Angeles...then again, on second thoughts...
 
#13
If the rumours are true,Borders and Southern have discovered another huge oil field off the Northern side of the FI.
That should really upset Mrs KFC.
 
#14
If the rumours are true,Borders and Southern have discovered another huge oil field off the Northern side of the FI.
That should really upset Mrs KFC.
There was an interesting article in The Times last Saturday detailing dramatic increases in Share Prices for UK Companies involved in oil exploration around the Falklands … small extract …


As it happens, the Argentinian Government’s raid may not be all bad for international investors. The theory doing the rounds in the London market this week was that it might actually be good news for companies drilling for oil around the Falkland Islands. The general outrage could make it much less likely that Argentina would gain international support for its claim to the islands and to the huge oil wealth that may, or may not, surround them.This cheered investors in Falkland Island oil stocks, which made huge gains this week on hopes of upbeat drilling reports.
Funny old world isn’t it .
 
#16
There was an interesting article in The Times last Saturday detailing dramatic increases in Share Prices for UK Companies involved in oil exploration around the Falklands … small extract …




Funny old world isn’t it .
Aye the news that they have made a "technical find" meant shares were dumped this am and have gone off by 30%
 

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