Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Angus Energy LSE:ANGS London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKC989 ORD GBP0.002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.875p +3.23% 28.00p 27.50p 28.50p 28.00p 27.00p 27.125p 305,023 10:09:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 0.1 0.1 280.0 67.33

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/9/2017
08:57
Trust me this is going down before it goes up!
therealdeal5
25/9/2017
08:56
Boom tomorrow? 8th September, what happened? Should I still trust you temmejin ? 😂
therealdeal5
25/9/2017
08:55
I will jump in when it hits 20-22 pence!
therealdeal5
24/9/2017
14:49
hTTps://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/397807/response/983613/attach/2/FOI%202017%200019.pdf?cookie_passthrough=1 hTTps://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/397807/response/983613/attach/6/Scan2017%2005%2005%201783%20001.pdf?cookie_passthrough=1
the house of brexit
24/9/2017
12:09
Brooko19Today 12:03 Just been doing some more reading and come across these 2 documents that prove OGA we’re happy planning permission was in place for sidetrack on well 4! hxxps://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/397807/response/983613/attach/2/FOI%202017%200019.pdf?cookie_passthrough=1 hxxps://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/397807/response/983613/attach/6/Scan2017%2005%2005%201783%20001.pdf?cookie_passthrough=1
hopeless698
23/9/2017
13:29
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=R0wyp9S_Xxs
atino
23/9/2017
12:44
Alan2017 Posts: 814 Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 27.125 RE: Alan2017Today 10:39Ibug- thanks for pointing me in the right direction. We should be able to shave a couple of days off the 8 1/2" hole section due to our well being much shorter than I had expected. All depends on how the drill bit performs, drilling capabilities of the rig (mud pump output).
hans christian andersen
23/9/2017
08:11
Copy/Pasted from elsewhere with thanks to Alan..... Regarding your question. I based the hole sizes / time frame on DL tweets where he said the 8 1/2” bit was going to be used to drill the Kimmeridge and Great Oolite and therefore used the same well design as BB (UKOG). But Angus have now provided more information in there RNS regarding status and future hole sections. So we will have an extra hole section (6” OD hole) which will drill through the reservoir (Great Oolite). So regarding timings…my original 8 1/2” hole section was for the Great Oolite….. Without knowing TD depths for each hole section…its hard to say how low long it will take….still basing it on a total of 3 weeks to drill, run casing / liner and cement each section…except for the 6” hole section. I imagine that will be an open hole section as Limestone is a competent rock and not prone to collapsing. Current status: They have drilled 2 hole sections and cased off both - 17 1/2” hole section / 12 1/4” hole section (13 3/8” casing / 9 5/8” casing respectively). Days taken = 10 days (RNS days)…so we have +/- 12 days left. Guesstimate (hard without knowing section TD depths / hole angle / mud motor or RSS) 8 1/2" hole section - (using a PDC bit) - +/- 8 days to drill, run liner and cement. 6" hole section - (no photo on DL tweets, using a PDC bit) - +/- 4 days to drill So the next phase will be installing the BOP (if not already done), pick up and make up 8 1/2” drilling assembly with a PDC bit. Run in assembly while picking up extra singles of drillpipe prior to drilling out cement / casing shoe. You don't want to be picking up drillpipe and making it up while you are drilling the new hole as your stationary time is multiplied and increases your chances of getting stuck. What mud system we use will be crucial for drilling through the Kimmeridge as well as the CompanyMens vigilance (you can’t rely on anybody else). Before folk talk about the lessons learned from BB and sharing information…..there wont be any lessons, as we wont be coring the section prior to carrying out an extensive wireline logging programme resulting in an open hole for 1 month (you are asking for trouble and this has been known for close to 100 years). All you need to use is Good Drilling Practices. We will drill the well while logging LWD realtime information (interested to know which logging tools we will use). Circulate all the drilling cuttings out of the hole….once the well is nice and clean…pull out of the hole….lay out the drilling assembly efficiently and then rig up liner running equipment. A 7” liner will be run to case off the entire Kimmeridge and leaving the liner shoe (very bottom) inside the Great Oolite. You do this as otherwise the Kimmeridge would keep collapsing as you try to drill the 6” hole (like closing a door) resulting in a sidetrack. 8 1/2’ TD will most likely be called once limestone is seen in the cuttings returns at surface (possibly a 5-15ft interval to confirm it is not a thin bed). This will be a milestone considering how long our neighbours took to case of that hole section (ended up sidetracking after not being able to run 7” liner to bottom and then having to perform a squeeze cement job after the hole packed off around the 7” liner on the sidetrack). Key word is patience….no stopwatch, no breaking the running speed records…if it takes 1 day to get the liner to bottom and cemented first time….so be it!!!!! Then a 6” PC bit will be used to drill the reservoir section. Recap: We are logging real time with LWD while we drill the hole...instead of drilling the hole and then wireline logging. So the Kimmeridge is in the 8 1/2" hole section...then Angus would know within the next week +/-. But Angus has no requirement to post an RNS for normal drilling operations. They may post one weeks after drilling the well once the LWD data has been processed and evaluated.
busterdog2
22/9/2017
17:02
hTTps://ogauthority.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=29c31fa4b00248418e545d222e57ddaa Gas everywhere but it is the depth it is at. Anything above 1000m can't be fracked. Stalemate.
hans christian andersen
22/9/2017
16:42
There's pockets of Gas across WB - wiki Heathfield if interested
hobo66
22/9/2017
15:45
Shame he doesn't know his verticals from his horizontals!
hans christian andersen
22/9/2017
15:03
Broker interview on ANGS released today: hxxp://www.share-talk.com/share-news/ed-mcdermott-of-optiva-securities-speaks-about-angus-energy-plc-aimangs/
baggytrousers
22/9/2017
13:07
..FOREVER THE OPTIMIST
hopeless698
22/9/2017
12:20
Because Angus would have made mention of possible gas in the FDPA the OGA asked them them to make "provision" for; not actually provide. It may all come to nothing IMO. Until they put the Kimmeridge on line we don't know if there is sufficient gas or not.
hans christian andersen
22/9/2017
11:55
ANGS Mkt Cap £65 million ! Compare this to UKOG - mmmmm think Angus is going to get an approach soon unless Optiva can get the share price moving in the right direction
hobo66
22/9/2017
10:42
So as you can tell, the share price is only in the foothills at the moment. Many mountain ranges to follow!
the house of brexit
22/9/2017
10:29
The problems will then be planning permission for site generator, storage and connection to the mains. Find sufficient and you are also looking at EIA.
hans christian andersen
22/9/2017
09:19
Always wondered re the gas. Could not understand why could not be diverted to tank with pressure regulator for power generator. Still burns but not uselessly.
edjge2
22/9/2017
08:51
They haven't even got to the Kimmeridge yet so at least another 2 weeks to final TD. They have to deviate through 90 degrees after that and then have to perforate over 660m once they have got there. They won't be far off Vonks' prediction IMO.
hans christian andersen
22/9/2017
08:34
Standard RNS - excellent update on Lidsey - 5 weeks but let's not forget the IG interview when Volk suggested 4 weeks - could surprise if Lidsey comes in a bit earlier than suggested - Brockham OGA is positive - not surprised by a small delay but frankly it doesn't change anything. Cash productive by end-October. Share price looks overdone. Now where are those French hedge funds ?
hobo66
22/9/2017
08:31
I'm not fussed. We all know where the share price will be in 12 months time, and that's investing for you!
the house of brexit
22/9/2017
08:07
Told you so.
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