Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
88 Energy LSE:88E London Ordinary Share AU00000088E2 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10p -5.41% 1.75p 1.70p 1.80p 1.825p 1.725p 1.825p 21,291,726 15:49:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -4.9 0.0 - 97.26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/6/2018
11:06
1.52 would have triggered a whole lot of stop losses. Mm will be sitting with so much they are going to push this as low as possible.
francis55
19/6/2018
19:38
Hopeful that we might get a mid-week update.
ride daice
19/6/2018
15:06
I think we have seen the bottom now as the market has understood the RNS and its detail
a2584728
19/6/2018
15:01
Yes a big rise in my blood pressure :), think this is just going to drift until we see an RNS with the word Hydrocarbons in.. Still its a short Some in Alaska so hopefully we will get something soonish
junk
19/6/2018
14:49
Last hour big rise expected
tmmalik
19/6/2018
08:19
22% rise last night Big buyers came now 2.40
tmmalik
19/6/2018
01:24
Early rise in Oz ...
squire007
18/6/2018
15:56
or maybe the process of fracture stimulation.
ride daice
18/6/2018
15:25
I think the biggest issue here is understanding the detail of the RNS
a2584728
18/6/2018
15:06
Imho of course :D
gowski
18/6/2018
15:05
Topped up. Winner winner chicken dinner
gowski
18/6/2018
13:47
Correct. In the industry opinion varies but generally gas with methane content of 90%+ is 'dry'.Once you start getting 10-15% of C2s upwards entrained in the gas production is considered wet.Not always, but the wetter it is the more chance the gas production is 'associated' with oil production....Definitely more value in wet gas if you have the huge quantities & scale required to go to the bother & expense of separating the components for market.Not looked too closely at what a large wet gas discovery would mean to the local area. But I'm guessing we all still need to be crossing fingers for an oil/gas discovery rather than a condinsate/gas discovery to be commercial.
oilretire
18/6/2018
12:58
Oilretire, for people not in the business, when you say the gas is wetter you mean it's saturated with heavier hydrocarbons, is this the case or I got it wrong maybe, heavier hydrocarbons means more value?
wolansm
18/6/2018
12:03
Condensate is not oil, but it's a close second.....They've already told us it's 90% methane so it's fairly 'wet' gas which is a good thing. So 10% is NGLs the proportion of which is condensates (C5 up) is unknown. Decent quantities of C2-C4 is not to be sniffed at either.Hopefully the gas gets wetter as the well cleans up and we start to see the really heavy ends coming through......oil.Jury very much still out though.
oilretire
18/6/2018
09:32
We already have 1bn proven and documented. Profitable at $34
1bluehorseshoe
18/6/2018
09:17
I am still optimistic about the result here but it's going to take its time.
ride daice
18/6/2018
09:07
Market starting to realise how positive RNS is. 1bn conventional already proven when the figures prove the unconventional it will add another 3bn. Huge discovery thanks to Paul Basinski. He climbed his Everest RIP
1bluehorseshoe
18/6/2018
08:48
The water carried the propant being tiny balls that keep the fractures open after the rock was stimulated. It's now flowing back being pushed by hydrocarbons and pressure. Methane or natural gas is produced from coal or oil in this natural environment releasing condensate. Condensate is in gas form below ground and liquifies on the surface. Condensate is oil.
1bluehorseshoe
18/6/2018
08:35
Extremely encouraging to see methane coming back. I wonder how much of the gas is condensate?
1bluehorseshoe
18/6/2018
08:34
All good and on track.
neversatisfied
18/6/2018
08:28
The water being returned is the water which was put into the well to perform the frac. "Salinity measurements of the flowback fluid indicate that connectivity to the reservoir remains limited, as expected, at this early stage."
ride daice
18/6/2018
08:28
Isn't the water part of the frac/cleanup?
gowski
18/6/2018
08:25
Ken Bungo It's still in the engineering phase, you idjeet, water has to come out, you are guessing that's all.... f it filtered..... did yer mum only read part of the rns to you while you were watching cartoons when you starting school
wolansm
18/6/2018
08:19
Mostly worthless water. A tiny amount of gas is no good if you produce so much water you cannot economically dispose of it.Water, water, lots of water.
ken chung
18/6/2018
08:10
Methane to c6 so we have propane c3, butane c4, so far some material potential for petroleum blending....... keep going....
wolansm
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