Certainly adds to the worry, eternalsell.

Current price action might be reflective of strike action mentioned, or might reflect financing at 50 cents a share, or both !

Either way, the value of the resource base of this company suggests to me that they will be able to find the dollars / pounds required to bring Breagh on stream, with the only question being the cost of that money.

Also wonder whether, if there is a stop to Breagh work because of RWE strike action, whether RWE would be considered responsible for 'damages' to SLG - surely a strike is not an act of gwad, but rather the result of RWE attempting to achieve its wage objectives, regardless of the damages to its customers, joint venturers, suppliers etc.