Just a point, the pipeline costs would be capitalised not expensed (normally) so is not a charge on profits but affects cash flow and ultimately reflected in MMT's case as the percent applied against its co-venturers above 50%. Makes for a timing cycle on capex and earnings. The 12cents cfps takes in all these factors and so is 'comforting' but losing possibly a whole month's sales (okay, the offset is NO PIPELINE LOSSES but let's see if AGIP conjures some up for November!) is 'unsettling.' I'd also like to know if this rapid shut down can affect the fields restart-up production. UMU10 sure sounds good.