Alkane Energy Share Chat - ALK
|Share Name||Share Symbol||Market||Type||Share ISIN||Share Description|
|Alkane Energy||LSE:ALK||London||Ordinary Share||GB0003286613||ORD 0.5P|
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Alkane Energy Share Discussion Threads
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|Hope so. They need to stand out in this current bloodbath.||cyfran101|
|Interims due in two weeks, should be very good according to the trading update in June!||dan de lion|
|Regarding fracking by TOTAL in Denmark. Originally suspended due to use of unauthorised chemicals (1), then dropped as uneconomical (2).
|Dan - yes, I hope ALK sell their interest in EDR and stick to what they're best at. I think the deal ALK made was not well timed with regard to recent EDR share price The value of the EDR shares resulted in an impairment of £5m last ALK results. Cheers. MU||m4rtinu|
|I would think that part of the deal when ALK accepted EDR shares in lieu of cash was an undertaking not to sell them for a certain period of time, not a good time at the moment anyway, but given a substantial improvement in EDR or a buyout, then ALK would be delighted with the cash to invest in more capacity!||dan de lion|
|Not directly, but it owns a share of Egdon Res which is hoping to do shale,I believe.||m4rtinu|
|ALK isn`t doing shale, it sold it`s shale interests off, it is in the current PEDL round purely to increase its coal mine methane assets.||dan de lion|
|SP up this am on govt fracking comment (I would imagine).
At least this MP will hopefully be able to find out what effects fracking has had in USA. Haven't checked if he is Con, Lab, LibDem or other.
The economic argument is obvious; its the environmental one which is doubtful, IMO.
|Weird, just sold a maturing 10,000 T20 for 23.77 and bought back 13,000 on a T20 for 23.7!||dan de lion|
|The August oil stock challenge is now on. Deadline for entries is midnight on Sunday.
|VSA Capital today reiterated their Buy and 43p target:
|Fox You 18 Jul'15 - 17:01 - 7230 of 7230 0 0 (Filtered) Second most boring thing on the internet after IrnBru2.||lageraemia|
|FROM THE DAILY EXPRESS - 17/7/15 The Government looks set to grant licenses for energy companies to explore up to 65 per cent of rural Britain in the search for underground natural gas. That could see millions of people living in and around drilling sites lose up to 30 per cent off the value of their homes, including some of the country's best known celebrities. Fracking is a hugely controversial technique for extracting natural gas from under the ground. Critics have warned that the drilling destabilises the Earth and causes tremors and subsidence, which could damage people's homes for miles around. There have been reports of potential buyers pulling out of deals after discovering that fracking could take place nearby. Despite this, the Government has granted exploration and drilling licenses to fracking companies near some of Britain's most exclusive neighbourhoods and best-loved beauty spots. A leading property expert has warned that if property prices slump by just two per cent in areas earmarked for drilling, the total cost to the UK economy would be £75 billion. However, others have previously raised fears that prices could plummet by as much as 30 per cent - the same drop homeowners living near the proposed HS2 railway line have had to endure. If even just five per cent was wiped off house prices in affected areas, the toll would be a staggering £287.5 billion loss in value.||fox you|
|Good to see ALK moving up towards 30p, could well stall at that resistance level tho as seller's move in !all IMO & DYOR||cheshire man|
|Riv - One schoolboy error by the Mail on %; should be 10% not 1%. PS: if you follow your namesake, he came out of retirement to score in a game in which his son also played. Anyway, nice rise in share price at last. Be interesting to see how far it goes as in past when initial surge dies down, it often drifts lower again.||m4rtinu|
|Isn't the point that at the peak time in winter from 4 til 8 in the evening there will be no contribution from solar panels because it is dark! That is part of the problem with a sustainable energy approach. Nobby||nobbygnome|
|All those with solar panels stuck on their roof will be able to sell at a premium to the national grid ;-). And there goes the pig past my window.||tracy_moore|
|Nice plug in today's market report in the Mail too...
|The CEO of ALK was interviewed on Radio 5 about STOR this evening and gave a confident performance. I certainly learnt a few things! So perhaps we will see further rises if this publicity continues! GLA Nobby||nobbygnome|