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Jake Rockwell

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YPF admits NYSE shares could be delisted

In a move that was no surprise, the take nationalisation of YPF could now put at risk the investment required to maintain operations.

State-controlled Argentine energy company YPF said it risks having its American Depositary Shares (ADS) delisted by the New York Stock Exchange since it is not complying with all regulatory requirements.

The company stopped complying after the government took administrative control of YPF in mid-April. The president promulgated a law in early May to expropriate a controlling stake in YPF, which was owned by Spain's Repsol.

YPF's ADS price sank more than 6 percent after the news was reported, compared with a 2 percent decline beforehand.

In a filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, YPF said it stopped complying with the audit committee requirements as of April 16.

"If we fail to cure this deficiency, NYSE rules provide that the NYSE may initiate suspension and delisting procedures with respect to our securities," the filing said.

"If our ADSs are delisted from the NYSE, there may be a limited market for our ADSs, trading in our ADSs may become more difficult and the price of our ADSs could decrease even further," the company said. "In addition ... our ability to raise additional capital would likely be impaired."

Although experts believe high levels deposits of gas and oil exist in Argentina huge investment is going to be needed to extract it.

With funds running low, it is very possible Argentina will find itself increasingly more reliant on foreign energy supplies, rather than less.
MALVINAS ARGENTINAS

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AHHAHAHAAHA!1
NAtionalization of OIL Co had been done several times in the past....Nothing happens after..

France’s Total agrees to further increase natural gas production in Argentina
http://en.mercopress.com/2012/04/19/france-s-...
Ace McCloud

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It's interesting seeing Argentina falling apart. I like it.

Poor Argies. But at least as they slip down the economic toilet they are less of a threat to the Islanders.

And what of the Three Argentinian Musketeers?

Two Face Malvenese1 already fled to Canada where from behind his computer he promotes destruction of the UK, approves the Nazis and calls all Brits Scum unemployed hooligans. Then goes out for a drink with his british mates.

Ricardo struts and blusters and cant see the road ahead because his ego blocks the way.

Francisco thinks artillery people have more balls than the SAS, can't read or write English.

They might be Argentinas best :D
francisco

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YPF trabaja de nuevo, con nuevos socios,-BP entre ellos- y esta pobre gente no sabe hacer otra cosa más que desear estupidamente, y depositar sus absurdas esperanzas en el derrumbe de YPF y de la Argentina.

Creo que vamos a ver en dos o tres años a unos cuantos refugiados economicos europeos por aca....
Ricardo

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Ace McCloud wrote:
It's interesting seeing Argentina falling apart. I like it.
Poor Argies. But at least as they slip down the economic toilet they are less of a threat to the Islanders.
And what of the Three Argentinian Musketeers?
Two Face Malvenese1 already fled to Canada where from behind his computer he promotes destruction of the UK, approves the Nazis and calls all Brits Scum unemployed hooligans. Then goes out for a drink with his british mates.
Ricardo struts and blusters and cant see the road ahead because his ego blocks the way.
Francisco thinks artillery people have more balls than the SAS, can't read or write English.
They might be Argentinas best :D
I went to the window and didn't see anything falling apart
You scared me for a minute
Ricardo

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McCloud....
A british sepoy
Licking the english balls
They stole even your national dignity and look at you
Pathetic
Maybe that is why you want others to be humiliated like you were
Do the english still sit their pale freckled bony royal asses above your sacred stone?
Ricardo

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Wallace would have had you killed in a second, Ace...
Traitor...Sepoy...
Are you a Balmoral Castle servant?
Jake Rockwell

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LMFAO

Wow I am sensing some pain from you loosers. Keep up the good work Ace.
Ricardo

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Jake Rockwell wrote:
LMFAO
Wow I am sensing some pain from you loosers. Keep up the good work Ace.
Throw him a cookie
He is a loyal scot terrier
Ace McCloud

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Keep your cookies you sad bell ends! You will need them to feed you dog kids.

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Repsol cancels liquefied natural gas cargoes to Argentina

Spain’s Repsol has cancelled its contract to supply Argentina with liquefied natural gas (LNG), just weeks after the country seized control of the company's majority stake in YPF, a document obtained today by international news agency Reuters showed.

Argentina relies on LNG imports to meet between 20 percent and 30 percent of domestic natural gas consumption. The country will have to find a new supplier quickly to avoid energy shortfalls as demand peaks from June to September.

Repsol said in a letter to Argentine state energy company Enarsa, dated May 17, that Enarsa had breached the LNG contract by seeking to renegotiate the price of shipments and modify the timetable for deliveries.

Repsol had agreed to supply Argentina with 10 LNG cargoes this year. Earlier this month, an energy sector source said the Spanish company might halt the sales.

Enarsa's conduct and the Argentine government's "unlawful and discriminatory" takeover of YPF showed the country had "no intention of complying with, or continuing to be bound by, the agreement", the letter stated.

No one was immediately available at Enarsa to comment.
MALVINAS ARGENTINAS

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Ace McCloud wrote:
Keep your cookies you sad bell ends! You will need them to feed you dog kids.
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Repsol cancels liquefied natural gas cargoes to Argentina
Spain’s Repsol has cancelled its contract to supply Argentina with liquefied natural gas (LNG), just weeks after the country seized control of the company's majority stake in YPF, a document obtained today by international news agency Reuters showed.
Argentina relies on LNG imports to meet between 20 percent and 30 percent of domestic natural gas consumption. The country will have to find a new supplier quickly to avoid energy shortfalls as demand peaks from June to September.
Repsol said in a letter to Argentine state energy company Enarsa, dated May 17, that Enarsa had breached the LNG contract by seeking to renegotiate the price of shipments and modify the timetable for deliveries.
Repsol had agreed to supply Argentina with 10 LNG cargoes this year. Earlier this month, an energy sector source said the Spanish company might halt the sales.
Enarsa's conduct and the Argentine government's "unlawful and discriminatory" takeover of YPF showed the country had "no intention of complying with, or continuing to be bound by, the agreement", the letter stated.
No one was immediately available at Enarsa to comment.
Still No body cares,except the CEO of repsol.
Nationalization was done by many countries,including uk...
TOTAL(France),does not care,they are increasing the investment...
BP is ok,they are not puling theirs...
Come up with something beter ACE...Soon the will shoot you!

France’s Total agrees to further increase natural gas production in Argentina

http://en.mercopress.com/2012/04/19/france-s-...

Stiil no answer,why uk declined the invitation to settle the AMlvinas issue in a proper court of LAW......
uk is a ROGUE nation...harbours criminals...
Jake Rockwell

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MALVINAS ARGENTINAS wrote:
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Still No body cares,except the CEO of repsol.
Nationalization was done by many countries,including uk...
TOTAL(France),does not care,they are increasing the investment...
BP is ok,they are not puling theirs...
Come up with something beter ACE...Soon the will shoot you!
France’s Total agrees to further increase natural gas production in Argentina
http://en.mercopress.com/2012/04/19/france-s-...
Stiil no answer,why uk declined the invitation to settle the AMlvinas issue in a proper court of LAW......
uk is a ROGUE nation...harbours criminals...
LMAO Refugee! Your so dumb. What you posted above shows you have no understanding of the situation or economics.
Ricardo

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Jake Rockwell wrote:
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LMAO Refugee! Your so dumb. What you posted above shows you have no understanding of the situation or economics.
And YOU do....
So funny
Make an investor's advise site, Mc
Jake Rockwell

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Ricardo wrote:
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And YOU do....
So funny
Make an investor's advise site, Mc
It seems quite obvious. Your education was clearly limited to nationalist propoganda. While mine has covered Physics, Economics, Geography and Business studies. I then went on to get an alternate education with the British Army before joining an internation corpartion and travalling the world.
Abel

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And everybody knows the British Army is totally free of propaganda. Actually, they define the standards of neutrality and objectivity all around the world.
The same goes for British and American schools of business. They consider the global needs and decide what is good and what is bad for each country according to their impartial criterion. Thank God we -poor barbarians who don't know what to do with our souls- can rely on them. Thank you! Free our brains from our brainwashing with your Anglosaxon Truth!
Jake Rockwell

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Abel wrote:
And everybody knows the British Army is totally free of propaganda. Actually, they define the standards of neutrality and objectivity all around the world.
The same goes for British and American schools of business. They consider the global needs and decide what is good and what is bad for each country according to their impartial criterion. Thank God we -poor barbarians who don't know what to do with our souls- can rely on them. Thank you! Free our brains from our brainwashing with your Anglosaxon Truth!
Thank you for your opinion of what the British Army is Abel. There is actually very little propaganda in the modern army. And business schools have more international students than any other institution I have been a parts of.

You see you are also writing insults linking to the past! Anglosaxon? Please grow up. Are you so tied up in nationalists rhetoric you cannot see past it.
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Y el desastre?.

YPF desastre....

Estamos esperando que nos prueben de que desastre nos hablan....
Abel

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Jake Rockwell wrote:
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Thank you for your opinion of what the British Army is Abel. There is actually very little propaganda in the modern army. And business schools have more international students than any other institution I have been a parts of.
You see you are also writing insults linking to the past! Anglosaxon? Please grow up. Are you so tied up in nationalists rhetoric you cannot see past it.
Believe me I'm not nationalistic at all. The difference between our nationalism and yours is that ours is more evident, and you don't even notice yours.
I said that because you mentioned your studies to dismiss Ricardo's opinions. He is just repeating propaganda he learned in our Universities of Propaganda, you studied in the British Army. Believe me I can see past nationalism. Can you?
Keep in mind one thing before accusing Ricardo of propagandism and ethnocentrism. He is debating with you in YOUR language. You can't understand his language and you even get angry when someone writes in spanish. The data he considers are in Spanish and English, so he can read your version in the original language. You can not.
It doesn't mean you're wrong or we're right, but just keep in mind that detail when you accuse us.
Abel

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And business schools have more international students than any other institution I have been a parts of.
You see you are also writing insults linking to the past! Anglosaxon? Please grow up. Are you so tied up in nationalists rhetoric you cannot see past it.
I sincerely don't understand what the number of students has to do here. Nor do I understand where I linked something to the past, nor where I insulted anybody. Anglosaxon is no insult for me. More insulting is considering propaganda anything we say without any self-criticism.
Jake Rockwell

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Able - You implied the British Army was full of propoganda. I corrected you.

I demonstrated to Ricardo they my background allows me to comment on the subject with some knowledge.

With Regards Business Schools - Again your view of them is very one sided. Tremendous links are made at this early stage. They can often go on to do great things in the future together. You are not anti capitalist are you?

I choose not to read the comments in Spanish that contain such stupidity as Anglosaxon, Pirate Nation etc.

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