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|Bought 100k this morning, no brainier for me. Power industry has too much clout with projected investment over next two yrs, May knows it, Blackrock put out a paper to its clients sighting uk power. Great yield. This will be at least a 50% return in two yrs.|
|My targets for top up 195.75 and 187.5|
|The downside prevails as long a 216.5 is resistance imo.|
|Black Rock holdings increased by 193 Mill shares|
|Is this the 3rd, of 3 rising lows.|
|I have bought to catch a small up swing..........|
|No too early|
|Anyone buying yet|
|Mitchy agreed. I'm certainly holding out until sub 200 to top up|
|4see, correct :-(|
|Ex-Divi today ?...|
|CNA will probably touch 190 before a big bounce when the results come out showing an unexpected boost in profits.|
|Or have they lent the 191 621 082 shares to somebody. See Section B.|
|If you read the RNS it says "below 5%" that put simply means it has sold.
However, keep in mind that Blackrock could be a buyer tomorrow shifting its position by the use of financial instruments.......|
|Re Rns at 10.30am Does anyone know if Blackrock are adding or reducing? Seems to be a tick up this morning after Rns|
|Lots of new customers in the USA for centrica I would expect with the recovery in oil and gas prices and a cold winter predicted then we will hopefully see a massive turnaround with centrica Gla|
|mitchy,You would not be saying that if CNA was at 280,would you.CNA could drop to 190,then time to buy, for a 6.3% yield.DYOR|
|Poor centrica seems to have no friends at the moment. Looks like it's going to 200 ish. I might top up on weakness at the right time|
|Doing political harm to a company that is responsible for producing the nations power with the onset of winter seems ridiculous, maybe the foolish people that are doing this will come to their senses before it's too late!|
|Just when oil is gaining and Centrica should be flying. Political vandalism.|
|It really is unfair on Conn and his team who are working so hard to rebuild Centrica's reputation and balance sheet only to be kicked in the teeth by a patheticSelf serving useless interfering PM who, lets be honest, is little more than back bench calibre.|
|Thanks, I did quite a few searches but could only find that CNA did invest in 2013, but I cannot find anything to say that they are still invested. Presume that if they are, they want to keep quiet about it, so as not to attract attention from protestors.
Note from Hot Copper that AJL investors expect a 50% increase tomorrow.|
Cuadrilla welcomes Centrica as new investment partner in Lancashire
Centrica plc has today become a 25 per cent investment partner in the Cuadrilla Resources operated Lancashire Bowland shale gas exploration licence area. The ownership of the joint venture before the transaction was 75per cent Cuadrilla and 25 per cent A J Lucas.
Sorry I was out by 25%.....................however, £160m was invested in the JV.|
It is quicker to do an internet search than to post on here.
Cuadrilla is a UK company based in Lancashire. Formed in 2007 as a privately owned exploration and production company, our focus is on bringing together experts to recover natural resources, such as those found in Lancashire.
Members of Cuadrilla’s management team have each played leading roles in the drilling and/or hydraulic fracturing of more than 3,000 natural gas and oil wells across the world. Cuadrilla is aiming to be a “model company” for unconventional exploration in the UK. It is acutely aware of the responsibilities this brings, particularly with regard to safety, environmental protection and working with local communities.
Although exploration for natural gas from shale is still in its infancy in this country, the Government believes that the UK is well placed to become the leading player in an emerging energy industry. Natural gas from shale could increase the country’s self-sufficiency and secure investment and jobs for local communities across the country.
In the United Kingdom we are pioneering natural gas exploration, recovering gas from shale rock. We currently have a number of exploration sites in the Bowland Shale basin in Lancashire. In addition, we also have a production site at Elswick which has been generating electricity from natural gas since 1993.
All of our work is highly regulated by the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC), the Environment Agency, the Health and Safety Executive and the relevant local authority. In Lancashire this is Lancashire County Council.
The company has some 70 staff in the UK both directly employed and through contractors, mostly based at the well sites. The main contracting partner in the UK is PR Marriott Drilling Ltd based in Chesterfield, which has over 60 years of drilling experience in Britain.
The company is privately owned by its management team and two investors, AJ Lucas and Riverstone LLC. The company is registered in the UK.|