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Angus Energy Plc 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
  0.023 2.87% 0.825 0.75 0.90 0.825 0.725 0.83 8,766,668 13:44:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -2.5 -0.4 - 8

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/9/2021
16:19
Disagree, I've made good money already and am really happy with the update. Let's get both legs over 1p tomorrow
ultimatejustice9
29/9/2021
16:17
The only money going to be made here IMHO is by the financing sharks... shareholders dipping in here will get their hands bitten off! CQ :-(
clottedq
29/9/2021
16:11
Geothermal unicorns can come after the gas is flowing. Could see us up at £3 come the end of Feb
ultimatejustice9
29/9/2021
16:10
The pipeline of geothermal projects for the future is becoming increasingly tangible. GL sounded confident about Angus's ability to finance them (with co-adventurers in the equity and suppliers of mezzanine finance) and of the company's own market cap as Saltfleetby achieves first gas.
ultimatejustice9
29/9/2021
16:10
I agree with him JT
ultimatejustice9
29/9/2021
16:09
Best practice when listening to a presentation by this BOD is to "read between the lines". Here's what I got: 1) Abandonment liabilities for oil legacy assets - who will pay for them and when? 2) Can kicking on Geothermal - what's the point when you are already carrying way too much debt already and don't have the luxury of time or operational expertise (as demonstrated by repeated previous failure)? 3) Which comes first... sidetrack or first gas? If first gas is insufficient (as expected - otherwise why even talk about a sidetrack?) how long can we afford to turn off the taps & wait for Anguish "experts" to drill the sidetrack that even Wingas couldn't get flowing? 4) WHERE IS THE MONEY COMING FROM? 5) WHERE IS THE MONEY COMING FROM! 6) "WHERE IS THE MONEY COMING FROM!" CQ ;-)
clottedq
29/9/2021
16:08
.... ooh, an excellent post from Ocelot has unfrozen the poor disbelieving investors playing statues on the other site. Very amusing indeed. If mug punters fall for tomorrow’s probable ramp, they deserve what will come their way, what?
jtidsbadly
29/9/2021
16:03
£2.15 is the price of natural gas and its getting loads of media attention. For once George might have accidently timed this right. Today in my mind rules out any further cash raise. I don't normally average up but I might just do it here
ultimatejustice9
29/9/2021
16:01
Progress continues with Saltfleetby procurement with no significant deviations from timing or budget but with a significantly improved gas price environment. From Friday
ultimatejustice9
29/9/2021
15:57
UJ, Were we both listening to the same presentation? Dear God! CQ :-(
clottedq
29/9/2021
15:55
Well I can't see that would have enthused anyone except those looking to flip the next placing.
1347
29/9/2021
15:55
Update seems positive, more or less rules out any further cash raise until first gas.
ultimatejustice9
29/9/2021
15:53
I hope James 2nd and chums are happy? Can't see 4p or anything like it after Lucan dropping those bombshells. share price should be interesting tomorrow as the traders bail out pronto! CQ :-(
clottedq
29/9/2021
15:49
JT - You should have used potatoes not bread for the example.
1347
29/9/2021
15:49
1347, Utter madness - the same outcome many of us predicted way back! And we were told Lucan was a finance expert!?!?!?! He's certainly an expert at wasting shareholder's money! CQ :-(
clottedq
29/9/2021
15:48
He's just talking cobblers, what assets did he do workovers on to bring on line? Brockham never went back on line, Balcombe never got past an EWT done before he got there and not Lidsey as tha has actually been taken off-line.
1347
29/9/2021
15:46
JT :-) Agreed! But that's far too advanced & difficult a concept for (IN)Sincerio just yet. He'll need time to get his head around the logic of my simple argument first... CQ ;-)
clottedq
29/9/2021
15:44
CQ - Well if they don't appeal Balcombe(that will be over £5m down the swanny right there) then they have to P&A and restore the site. It will be the same with Brockham if they don't get that EA approval and the licence extended by OGA yet again (which makes a mockery of buying further interest since Brockham day).
1347
29/9/2021
15:42
CQ: there's yet another aspect to your equation. Assume you contract, on a conservative basis, to sell 10 loaves for £1 each every day for the next three years on the basis that, with your flour, electricity etc. costing you 50p per loaf, you’ll be making a 100% profit. Then you discover that the cost of your flour, electricity etc. has gone up by huge amounts and you’ll be making massive losses on each loaf you’ve contracted forward to sell. You can charge whatever price you like for any loaves you can make in excess of what you’ve contracted to sell (you’ve got a buyer for whatever you can produce at just below market prices), but will you have the capacity? Then you discover that the people you arranged the forward sales contracts with were the same people who had lent you the money to build your bread ovens (the designs for which have not been finalised yet). They appear to think the land you’ve built them on is worth something. Oops..
jtidsbadly
29/9/2021
15:38
1347... Do you think "fell away" is a euphemism for Anguish having to pay "abandonment liabilities"? Discount placing anyone? CQ ;-)
clottedq
29/9/2021
15:35
UT, My apologies :-) I had to simplify for (IN)Sincerio. I appreciate the enlightened among us will see this as patronising and boring... but "he" doesn't seem to be able to grasp the concept and seems to believe the mention of Shell lends Anguish some kind of validity. CQ ;-)
clottedq
29/9/2021
15:35
So two assets 'fell away' one due to planning authorities, so not appealing Balcombe then after all that time and money spent and the last RNS about that was misleading (again). Why would anyone in their wildest dreams believe this lot could deliver a multi-year Geothermal Rainbow project?
1347
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