Just a word on your statement that seismic information has no value to anybody. If you recall Dana paid us for their percentage of the seismic we shot. In addition Repsol also paid us for some of the seismic that was shot even though they never became a JV partner. So we have already received real money for our seismic. Anybody wanting to do any work in Guinea as a partner with us or in other blocks will likely be interested as well. Even people doing work in neighboring countries may be interested. So, yes seismic does have value.
The problem with the plan to sell data packages was that this had NEVER been done before by an oil company who was soliciting bids for a JV partner. So it did not work for that reason. It is done all the time by seismic companies who do spec shoots and by countries who own their own seismic. It's not easy to determine its exact value but it is signifcant.
Speaking of which, I am not sure what the agreement is with Guinea for the seismic we shot and paid for. I know they have a right to see it but I am not sure if they have a right to disseminate it.