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  1. this guy maadeey is disgusting individual.
  2. MAN UP AND BE LIKE CARAFAT seprate from men from i dont want finnish..
  3. Carafat the most reasonable and has the most courage to say what he believes .. There some Somalilanders that believe in unified and some actually dont but thoes that do believe in unified Somalia are silent and dont have the balls to express their consicous veiw and believe..
  4. Qandalawi;811997 wrote: This could be a possibility given our troubled nature and history but there is nothing to suggest on the ground that that is the case right now. Most of what your wrote were not on the priority and could be considered irrelevant for now. The London conference will be a success if our national leaders see most of the things eye to eye and are on the same page, which they seem to be doing a fine job at moment, the only fear that may jeopardize any successful outcome is if internal conflict within the Somali leadership happens, and I believe that's not going to occur as they have matured politicallhy. KEEP IN MIND we only have 4months left saxib .. Not much time...The constitution is not even ready...waar waxan waa been
  5. Do you guys think we could meet the goals that Briton has set for us in London confrence? I mean i know the Somali national army are mere militias with ak 47 i dont think they can defeat alshabab which is battle harden international group.. i mean lets look at the facts on the ground.. We are no where near anything beacause we lack the basic institutions to be a country.. We dont have a military that could defend somali boarders and waters. We dont have a free independent election commission group that could monitor the process We dont have the fund for this large scale project not mention the professionals No real effert has been made by the TFG to reconcile between all somali factions. this project is heading to failure because we are 4months in and nothing has been prepared ... Maybe this is a set up after all. To break our last hope.:confused:
  6. We should surrender to Alshabab .. they have been trying to conquer 'Ceelasha biyaha' Fort the past 3months and still dont have full control even with the help of African Union. i dont think we could meet the LONDON target of gettin rid of Alshbab befor Somalia national Election begain.
  7. NGONGE;811560 wrote: A&T, your track record in "waxa la yedhi" is no good, saaxib. Marka other than hearing about someone making threats, what other evidence do you have that you are in clear and present danger? Ileen you're the same guy that heard about the plot to break Silaanyo's daughter's heart! More evidence or it did not happen. Kaftanka baadan iska daa atleast show some concern to somebody you have been known through Somaliaonline Family saxib or more on the merit of Somalinimo
  8. I think passer is behind any harm that comes to Abtigis.
  9. Africa Oil finds oil in Kenya, shares jump inShare 2 Share this Email Print Related News UPDATE 2-Kenya strikes oil, to check commercial viability Mon, Mar 26 2012 UPDATE 2-BG Group's Tanzania gas find raises LNG hub hopes Mon, Mar 26 2012 UPDATE 1-Eni sees Mozambique gas reserves up to 1,133 bcm Mon, Mar 26 2012 UPDATE 7-Oil rises on drop in Iranian crude exports Fri, Mar 23 2012 Pengrowth to buy NAL Energy for C$1.3 billion, boosts light oil assets Fri, Mar 23 2012 Analysis & Opinion Saudi words won’t ease pressure on U.S. fuel prices The unending warfare in Africa Related Topics Hot Stocks » Asian Markets » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:57am EDT (Reuters) - Canada's Africa Oil Corp (AOI.V) said it found oil at one of its wells at Block 10BB in Kenya, the first such discovery in the African country. Shares of Africa Oil -- which also has assets in Ethiopia, Mali and Puntland in Somalia -- rose as much as 58 percent to a nearly three-and-half year high of C$3.71 on the Toronto Venture Exchange. The stock was one of the top percentage gainers on the exchange. On Monday, Kenya announced its first oil discovery in the country's northern part, where British Tullow Oil Plc (TLW.L) has been conducting exploratory drilling. Kenya and its neighbors in east Africa have become an international hot spot for oil and gas exploration after commercial oil deposits were found in Uganda and natural gas in Tanzania and Mozambique. Tullow Oil operates the Block 10BB with a 50 percent working interest and Africa Oil holds the remaining stake. Tullow Oil shares were up 2.5 percent on the news. The Ngamia-1 well will now be drilled to a depth of about 2,700 meters to explore further potential, Africa Oil said in a statement. The Lokichar Basin, where the Ngamia discovery has been made, is one of seven basins mapped in Africa Oil's acreage. (Reporting by Bhaswati Mukhopadhyay in Bangalore; Editing by Sriraj Kalluvila) what the hell happend to Puntland drilling? Kenya find was at 2700 meters puntland is in depth of 300 some meters.. NO FIND so far.:confused:
  10. Triangle land i dont know why the TFG should place them in any importance is beyond me... Its waste of time to negotiate with clan states. I mean come on are they any diff then "Puntland?" i dont think so, even less since puntland has been making real economic progress by attracting major companies to change the lifes of Somali people. Triangle people are well know selfish un patriortic people who have contributed little to Somali history... Truth be said. I mean how has liberated the North? How could they govern a region they have never shed blood for? this baffles me alot:D I say if they dont comeback to fold. place them in economic sanctions using the sole representitive central goverment diplomacy and muscle by cuting dipolomatic ties with any country who channeles economic aid to the "triangle state" without consulting or seeking the permission of TFG... case closed.:cool:
  11. Xaji dont you see him as being trader? and going against your constitution? and if lands in hargaisa would be charged with treason?
  12. Somaliland is in trouble .. puntland has been arming for quite sometime.. and they are surpassing somaliland in development and Security force... Puntland has been out playing somaliland for sometime...
  13. Friday, March 23rd, 2012 About Us Contact Us HOME LATEST NEWS NEWS IN ENGLISH ARTICLES INTERVIEWS DIASPORA SPORTS STAFF WEBMAIL CONTACT US Filed Under: Latest News, News in English Puntland and Somalia Oil: Who owns the Resources the people or the corporations and will Oil be found 12th March 2012 · 0 Comments Please dear brothers read this important article if you care about your people and country: Puntland and Somalia Oil: Who owns the Resources the people or the corporations and will Oil be found?By Dr.Mohamed Said, 11th March 2012Somalia is claimed to have vast resources of oil and gas in a report presented in the late 80′s by the world Bank (The Harms and Bradley Report) . Some Study was done in the eighties by major oil companies and then did they realize that Somalia and Sudan had the best chances of finding oil and gas in the Eastern Africa region. Today, Sudan produces about 500,000 barrels of Oil a day though due to politics again that number has dwindled with the separation of Sudan into South and North and Somalia ZERO barrels of oil a day. Why are we in this quagmire in Somalia? Wikileaks and other reliable sources also point to collusion between President Abdirahman Farole and Prime Minister Abdiwali M. Ali that they own shares through their families in Horn Petroleum (51% owned by Africa Oil) which was created recently in July 2011 just after Prime Minister Abdiwali M. Ali came to power at the Transitional Federal Government based in Mogadishu. The ownership structure also looks one sided with the Oil companies owning 70% while the Puntland Government owns 30% – the real question is where are the Somali Parliamentarian at both the Puntland and TFG level who are to debate strategic issues of this nature and why are they silent on this issue? The above solid information should lead to the impeachment of both Prime Minister Abdiwali M. Ali and President Farole of Puntland for corruption and abuse of office. Currently, the ongoing drilling for two wells in Puntland was done without a proper technical analysis and the reasons are found here in my humble view:Horn Petroleum, Range Resources and Africa Oil announced recently that they have crossed the 2053Metres with no oil but only some shows – we knew that even before they started the drilling. They were only stating an obvious statement. Their target or in industry jargon TD was going to be 3800 metres (see their 7th March report here: http://www.hornpetroleum.com/s/News_Releases.asp) – my humble bet is, these guys will find nothing. A similar case study can be found at what happened in 2005 offshore Kenya where Woodside petroleum booked a health $40million tax loss and the whole public relations fiasco of not finding oil was left to the Kenyan Government and its Ministry of energy – a wrong spot or prospect was drilled without proper due diligence. It took several years the Kenyan government to bring interest back at its E&P sector. Furthermore, we have the following from Africa Oil ….’ The operator has mapped numerous prospects and leads across both the Nugaal Valley and Dharoor Valley rifts that appear to display some of the key elements recognized within the Yemeni rift analogues. Although the prospectivity is based solely on the loose grids of 2D seismic and potential field data, potential play fairways and large trapping geometries can be mapped’ – why not do more mappings?(Ref: http://www.africaoilcorp.com/s/Puntland.asp?ReportID=505141)and here http://www.africaoilcorp.com/i/pdf/Q3_Presidents_Message.pdf. Classified Information we have gathered from reliable sources also point to …‘a well planned process and collusion between some Arab states and the companies drilling for oil in Puntland. The collusion is in the form of Saracen a mercenary company with connections to British and South African former special forces which is being funded by the UAE government to the tune of several tens of millions of dollars for protecting Puntland oil and gas companies from threats of resistance and a meagre return that the oil companies will drill at a wrong place and that they shall be guided on where to drill for oil and gas……. That might Result in the downgrading for the prospects of oil and gas in Puntland and Somalia as an oil and gas province’. The Site at Shabeele-1 was decided only on a mere couple of hundreds of 2D seismic, no 3D Seismic, no Geochem Study, no Aeromagnetic Study, and with a possible old data that is hard to process which will result in ZERO finding and NO OIL at that end. According to industry best practice and international bench-marking in the E&P sector what this junior companies have done is like committing treason of sorts on the technical front. Further Studies point to… ‘There were three wells drilled within the Nugal Valley. The two key wells drilled within the Nugaal Basin are the Nogal 1 and Kalis-1. The drilling reports for these two wells indicated that Lower Cretaceous and Jurassic sandstone targets were not reached but that oil shows were found in some of the shallower sandstones – why not reach the targets?. The Darin 1 well drilled on the rim of the Dharoor Valley, outside the rift valley sequence and also off-structure, though it encountered dead or heavy oil shows in several horizons’. Surface oil seeps, as well as oil shows reported in several exploration wells drilled by previous operators in the area, indicate that the source rocks have generated hydrocarbons and that they have migrated through the system – why not drill in this basin first which had clear targets shown by Conoco in the late 80’s – they spent over $150million dollars then which is equivalent of almost $1Billion of today. Surely, will they really walk away from their assets in Somalia and Even AGIP- ENI has block 31 on its Balance Sheet? The Oil companies currently drilling in Puntland will not lose anything in this virtual transaction they will gain and post a tax loss on the balance sheet of their companies and secondly they can use the dry well for, yes – Nuclear waste disposal that can generate hundreds of millions of dollars and Farole’s sons are taking that deal by the nose. (Please see my previous article Puntland: Is it Oil exploration or dumping of nuclear waste? http://www.galgalanews.com/?p=5587)Finally, who really owns the assets of Oil and gas in Puntland? Information on Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oil_exploration_in_Puntland) and IHS (www.ihs.com) really question the ownership of Oil and gas in Somalia. We heard recently that AGIP-ENI and Conoco have lodged complaints at the Hague for violations of their concessions in Somalia. In Somalia, we have vast resources of oil and gas but we need to search and manage it wisely or else we shall go the way of Libya, Syria, Nigeria, and Afghanistan where government have collapsed or are on the way to collapsing or in the GCC countries like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar where financial and political policies are made for them and will be misguided and their finances shall be controlled by virtual companies in tax havens. Puntland, and Somalia at large welcome to the murky world of Oil and Gas Geopolitics where friends and foes cannot be differentiated on face value. The writer is an Energy and Resources Management Consultant and can be contacted By Galgalanews Agency Readers Comments (0) You must be logged in to post a comment. LATEST NEWS M.Faroole oo Isimo Garoowe ugu Sameeyay Casho Siyaasadaysan +Sawiro Gen Samatar”Cod baanu Haynaa M.Faroole oo Afar Sano ku Dhaaranaya” Fanaanad Reer Maakhir oo Hees Cusub Soo Saartay Maalinta Biyaha Aduunka oo Somaliland laga xusay Bosaaso:- Arday Abaal Marin la Gudoonsiiyay Exiled Somali journalist Hassan Mohamed dies in Nairobi Faallo: Madaxweyne Faroolle oo Kusoo Hungoobay Safarkii Karkaar Waa Kuma Madaxwaynaha Mustaqbalka Dhow ee Soomaaliya? Madaxweyne Siilaanyo oo Dhaqan-geliyay Xeerar Lidi ku ah Budhcad-badeedka Wasaarada Amniga iyo Taliska Gobolka Bari oo Soo bandhigay Hub iyo Walxa Qarxa . Ururka Xuquuqul Aadanaha Puntland oo ku baaqay sii deynta Agaasimaha Idaacada Codka Nabadda (Qoraal) Sanaag Guurti Qaadacday Mudo Kordhinta M.Faroole Puntland oo Jeebka ku shubatay Lacagihii Loogu Deeqay Suuqii Bosaso ee Gubtay. Wasaarada Maaliyada oo Kobcinaysa Canshuraadka Gadiidka(Dhegeyso) Askar Hub kala Goosatay Somaliland oo Gaadhay Buuhoodle Copyright © 2012 GalgalaNews.com All rights reserved. Designed by: Zakaria
  14. NASSIR;807788 wrote: Indeed bro. Maakhiris have woken up and they are so engaged with the development of their motherland, bearing in mind the challenges ahead. Halka kaa sii wada inshallah
  15. ^ waa in denial wax fahan.. All somalilanders are losing in every end..This year has been a bad year for them so far... Puntland oil exploration,Khatumo formation and recognition. Somalia having a stable goverment and the world finnaly focusing on somalia and coming to their aid, They are running out of cards. They can no longer say "hey were stable and the south is anarchy so please recognise us."lol and oh yeah puntland is building stronger military right under their noses .lol
  16. Somalia;808314 wrote: Stop replying, you know what I meant, K.o.W, which gender are you though, I've been meaning to ask you for some time? gabadh baa laga dhigtay lool:cool:
  17. Respect the dead. what ever he did its him and his maker mr KOW
  18. K.O.W;808253 wrote: Silaanyo arrested in China -- you said "nonsense" Siilaanyo hold up in the gates in London's conference -- you said "nonsense" SNM militia defeated in the battles of Cayn -- you said "nonsense" SNM soldiers defect to Khaatumo Republic -- you said "nonsense" Reer Hergeisa Commander defect to Khaatumo Republic -- you said "nonsense" Nabaddiid terrorists in Gaashaamo -- you said "nonsense" Journalists arrested and beaten in Hergeisa -- you said "nonsense" Civilians in Laascaanood, arrested and killed for being Anti-Somaliland -- you said "nonsense" For you, everything is nonsense, if it goes against your way, even if it's the truth. So true:D Xaaji is hardcore tribalist. his qabil could do no wrong.
  19. Somalia;808201 wrote: Hahahahaha, there's been a rush to prove one has natural resources since 15th of January, it's funny. Good luck. Dhiib maleh you do act your age sometimes. Nothing wrong in following suit in development. In fact all somalis should exploite their natural resource...