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Is Cala Refinaries really a refinary share ? Hearing for the first time. Any prospects in investing for 2 years ?

About: Company: Cals Refineries Ltd.

Asked by ADVANI, 05 May '09 09:53 pm
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Go to google and search for cals refinery. u will; get all your answers and then u decide what to want to do
Answered by iqbal seth, 05 May '09 09:55 pm

 
  
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Spice Energy -CALS Refineries.


Posted by: maky1234 on ( 13-Feb-09 03:17 )

Spice Energy a start-up backed by Indian businessman Sanjay Malhotra agreed to buy the 90,000-barrel-per-day refinery from Germany`s Lohrmann International, a specialist in second-hand industrial plants, in the second half of last year.

Located in Ingolstadt on the river Danube, the refinery is one of the three linked plants which make up Bayernoil, a joint venture between Austria`s OMV, BP, Italy`s Eni and PDVSA from Venezuela.

After the plant shuts down in June, Lohrmann will begin to take it apart piece by piece, packing it into 3,000 containers. ...more
Answered by Walter Dsouza, 06 May '09 03:31 pm

 
  
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If u r hearing it for the first time then do not invest there r so many people who follow cals and they know it belongs to the spice group and that is the reason.if u want to make fun of it then do not invest
Answered by BS VIKRAM, 06 May '09 07:29 am

 
  
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Answered by shivbist, 05 May '09 11:32 pm

 
  
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No prospect
Answered by ashok mukherjee, 05 May '09 11:02 pm

 
  
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