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|I thought we were in the oil business.....should we not have got a wee boost?|
|Daily Telegraph business reports this approval but says "But the council's planning committee said no hydraulic fracturing- known as fracking- is included in the proposals, which are subject to legal agreements. The company will have to apply for a separate permit to carry out fracking work".
Truly we advance at a snail's pace.|
|Now announced with Egdon RNS|
|Yes they have the go ahead north notts|
|Springs Rd approved (see IGAS RNS) .. GLA|
|I think Springs Road planning enquiry may resume today - may even get a decision. PLease post here if any news.|
|No advantage unless you are already a large holder, then you can add at under normal market size.|
|please can poeple with some insight comment on the open offer and whether it offers value - the discount is miniscule and i cant see any positives?|
|rogerlin many thanks for that ... the map and comment for "Prospect A" suggest it's nice and broad in both EW and NS directions, i.e. if there's anything there, hopefully the drill bit won't miss it .. GLA|
Some old information about the A prospect area. I haven't seen any comment about how any gas found could be moved to market, taudelta1. The area seems to incorporate the onshore Cloughton 1. Maybe it would be easier permit-wise to drill from offshore to onshore!|
|'Staintondale' Had nice B&B there several times with a local beef farmer and his wife close to the shire horse attraction. Lovely area with beautiful high up coastal walk (Cleveland way) towards Robin Hoods bay & Whitby.|
|yes good to avoid the N Yorks National Park ... but how does the gas we hope for get moved to market, I wonder?|
|Following reductions in offshore costs, we are reviewing offshore appraisal and development options for the "A" Prospect gas discovery offshore from the North Yorkshire Coast, before deciding whether to seek planning consent for an onshore-to-offshore well from the Staintondale location where a 14th Round licence has now been awarded.
This might be a good idea. No great crested newts offshore.|
|RNS out saying Offer details posted today|
|Roger - thanks. I was aware what the RNS said and have today emailed Mark requesting that an RNS is released to coincide with the Open Offer document - so as not to miss it. From my recollection, the last fundraising was on a tight time table and Barclays Stockbrokers only put the application form on their website on the last application day hence my concern.|
|The timing for the Open Offer will be notified in due course and will be set out in the Open Offer Circular to all shareholders, which will be sent to Qualifying Shareholders as soon as practicable and will be available on the Company's website www.egdon-resources.com from the date this is issued.
Not on website yet as far as I can see.|
|When are we going to hear about Open Offer?|
|Looking very strong today.|
|Need to have shares already 1 for 16?|
|Egdon is pleased to announce the following developments:
Subscription agreed to raise approximately £3m (gross), by the issue of 22,222,222 Ordinary Shares at 13.5p per share to HEYCO International, Inc. (“HEYCO International”), with shares expected to be admitted to trading on AIM on 11 November 2016.
HEYCO International is an existing shareholder of Egdon and is a wholly owned subsidiary of HEYCO Energy Group, Inc., a company with significant experience in unconventional exploration and production.
Open Offer to be made as soon as practicable to all Qualifying Shareholders to raise up to a further £2.06m (gross) by the issue of up to 15,227,843 shares at 13.5p per share.
Why buy today at 14.5p!!|
|Can anyone post here the whole Edison update.
Hate signing up for yet more spam post the event info I'm after.|
|What will be the record date for accessing the new shares?|
|If Igas sell off some conventional assets (see today's Igas RNS) I wonder if any will come our way.|
There's a picture of the Mam Tor shale outcrop on slide 19 of this presentation.|