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|Hi GD. I liked Billy_Buffin's post about Hurrican (HUR). You never know, but perhaps PVR might strike it lucky like HUR one day! Fingers crossed!|
Spot on there.
Opinion: No Opinion
RE: Let's look at it like Today 21:32 From Dec we are the exact same price.
Providence is 70% up.
So that says all we need to know.
GL might not happen straight away but it will soon.
BT is either an idiot or a blatant liar. The rise in the PVR share price is due to the fact it's got plenty of cash and a well to be drilled in the summer, something LOGP hasn't got.|
|O/T Hurricane West of Shetland
|Griffiths and Mc Keon are always there and thereabouts!|
|We could do with a SPAC looking in our direction - Note: Goldman Sachs Group Inc. were involved in making this deal.
|All good stuff. Especially the Nexen farm out. I had a drink with a guy from Nexen on Friday and he told me they are already working on their Irish acreage at head office.|
|steel - interesting to see Paul G still hunting for the big one
|That would appear to be Island Oil and gas then ...|
|Interesting - enough information here to work out who they are dealing with perhaps ...
Ardilaun in Ireland
Ireland’s continental shelf has for decades been under-explored and under-developed. Now, the international oil and gas community is ‘waking up’ to Ireland’s potential. In recent years, majors such as Cairn, Repsol, Woodside and Kosmos have entered the offshore Ireland arena, showing that the region is beginning to attract the attention it deserves.
Ardilaun is in the process of acquiring substantial interests in prime offshore acreage along the Atlantic Margin of Ireland and in the North Celtic Sea.
Ardilaun will (subject to completion and regulatory approvals) operate four offshore exploration licences in the North and South Porcupine, Rockall and Slyne basins; and hold material interests in producing or proven gas fields in the North Celtic Sea basin.
Our management team has designed a substantial work programme for the Irish portfolio to include the acquisition of 2D and 3D seismic data and the drilling of exploration wells.|
|he probably piled into logp @1.45 and is now just clutching at straws.his posts read like junk.
I doubt they'll be much of a speculative rise on them.|
|Barnes4. I agree with you that a certain poster is now making some wild accusations which don't appear to have any foundation at all and are not helpful. Perhaps he has been drinking.|
|It's all a bit strange....not able to see the wood for the trees here. Hope there is something good in it. Probably find out next week.|
|Will make not the slightest difference
He makes no sense and is saying some dreadful things imo|
|You could see a big, speculative, rise in the LOGP share price on Monday as a serial ramper (Buriedtreasure, 2693 posts in the last 30 days on the lse!!)) is ramping LOGP (& PVR) big time on the lse LOGP & NUOG bb's.|
|All I want is to see some oil and gas coming out of the ground....even a bit would be a great improvement. We'll see next week if there is something tangible in the offing. Here's hoping!|
|Low hanging fruit and all that!|
|There is a hell of a lot of chatter on the NUOG and now spreading to the LOGP BB's (LSE)...concerning a development pending on the Dunmore and Helvick fields. I havent got my head around this yet, but obviously with the Fugro Searcher being spotted earlier there may be some substance to this?|
|Spare us that...unless its to drill Barry!|
|Romeo,De old printing machine aka A Placing.|
After some quick research Helvick does look a real given for the Fuguro Searcher vessel to work on. Though Hook Head is also one I would put down as one for another go at.
We will see over the coming weeks what is what!
Newgrange needs a farm out before anything happens there is how I feel now about the licence
|It life Jim (Barryroe) but not as we know it.|
|Herm...see my post in iii|