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|To be fair they have a much larger inventory that EOG, one prospect is 9 Billion barrels in the oil case or 12 TCF in the Gas.
I'm not for one minute suggesting I would hold through a Druid drill but I do think I will see a good return on either a farmout or rig contract being signed WITHOUT taking on the drill risk.|
|Maybe you are? I also thought about a small investment in PVR after all the fundraising was substantial and these guys want a return on their investment within a limited time frame. Trouble is though I don't see investment companies making such finance available to what is a relatively high risk single gunshot exploration well. More to this than meets the eye and I suspect the carrion have started sniffing out the potential of Barryroe under new management.....|
|Must be mad, I've taken a position over at PVR in anticipation of Druid getting drilled mid 2017.
I think they are more likely to get a FO that EOG at present.|
|As for the 'action plans'. These idiots started off at the planning stage protesting of the disruption to traffic. Now they are actively planning to disrupt the traffic. The good people of Leith Hill should have been more careful for what they wished for.
Many of the North Weald green-welly brigade have their heating oil delivered by tanker lorry.|
|Pollution of water supplies indeed. In Scotland where the government is still out on Fracking mention has been made of the effect of fracking on Water Supplies. Unfortunately it seems to have escaped the protestors notice that over 95% of water supply in SCotland comes from surface water. The remainder is from private boreholes.
As for the 'action plans'. These idiots started off at the planning stage protesting of the disruption to traffic. Now they are actively planning to disrupt the traffic. The good people of Leith Hill should have been more careful for what they wished for.
As for Fracking opportunities EOG has one of the most reasonable fracking sites in the UK with the prospect of trying this technique out offshore Cleveland while drilling from land.|
|Rather ironically two years ago I overheard a few people in my local discussing an action plan to stop fracking in the area. I did have a quiet word with them and suggested several 'facts' they were stating were wrong and pointed them to where they could find out why.
The biggest misnomer is pollution of water supplies. They should consider the shale depth in the UK compared to the US and where the water table is. If a frack can cause cracks through 2 to 3KM of rock then they are using a nuclear warhead to frack.|
|EOG would never be in the forefront of fracking, though it could enter that arena, if it becomes more acceptable in the UK.
Of course, we would have our 'secret weapon' to hand, if that were the case. If the nimby's & wierdos arrived on site, we could just sent ngms along & he would clear the site after a couple of hours of his company!!!!! lol|
|Fracking given the goahead at one of the sites|
|Teresa May isn't going to force through such a policy given her speech at the Conference.
It's my view that the Government should legislate to make fracking relatively easy with certain safeguards as it's in the National interest but they won't.|
|Ngms27, that I am sure can easily be sorted with the government we now have in power.|
|It begins to look well for Holmwood also.|
|The IGAS decision at Spring Lane got stopped yesterday due to last minute legal representation.
It's rather ironic given it was a nuclear missile launchpad in the 50's and 60's so was a direct target for the Soviets.|
|Nice little rise today :)|
|The relevance of today's decision is that we will see how important onshore gas and oil is to this Government.
If they overturn this council's decision to stop fracking in Lancashire they are more likely to overturn other council's decisions to stop conventional drilling.
There have been a number of objections in North Lincolnshire so the Government decision today could be very important to EOG.|
|They don't have the rights to the unconventional shale plays on most licenses.|
Should one of EOG UK onshore licences show the probability of lot of gas in a seismic, I believe fracking could come into play. If this were to happen watch potential farmee's banging on EOG door to get a slice of the play. Just an off the wall thought!
|LOL, two hopes Bob and No|
|Slowly does it with the share price rise Hugh.
I will be adding between now and years end in anticipation of a drill offshore Ireland.
With POO currently rising modestly I feel a farmee will approach EOG with acceptable terms as a partner in one of the EOG Atlantic margin licences offshore Ireland.
It therefore should be very feasible to fast track a drill on one of these EOG Atlantic margin licences in 2017.
|No, EOG have no fracking plays|
|Is the rise today something to do with the government decision on fracking in Lancashire due today?. A chap from Cuadrilla Oil was on BBC Breakfast this morning.|
|ngms27 - I noticed that as well, really could do with an explanation in the RNS.
(maybe something to do with potential cost sharing to reduce risk? but nothing is spelt out)|
Update from our leader.|
|Why buy something then give half away even if you did only spend a penny?Looks like the boys looking after the boys to me.|
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