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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  0.00 0.0% 0.825 0.75 0.90 0.825 0.776 0.83 874,715 08:00:18
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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30/9/2021
12:43
New Video from CEO Today Https://twitter.com/FlagstaffIR/status/1443527035884802051
whocares765
30/9/2021
11:55
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cia_v4vxfE
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:51
but even in the unlikely event of first gas in February---they gave an update on this Friday - 24 September 2021 Angus Energy Plc ("Angus Energy", "Angus" or the "Company") Re-evaluation of Lidsey Field (PL 241) Angus Energy plc (AIM: ANGS) is pleased to share with investors an update on recent work done by the Company on reprocessing and reinterpreting the Lidsey seismic data. As previously mentioned on the 22nd of February one of the conclusions of the work is that previous seismic mapping failed to define the reservoir accurately. The Company therefore acquired a new line of seismic data to link existing seismic lines across the structure in the vicinity of the two existing wells. This work went very smoothly and was accomplished using a very simple low cost but high-quality method. When the data from the new line became available all of the existing seismic lines were reprocessed to a uniform standard. Subject to some further work on the processing particularly processing to depth, Angus are now in a position to reinterpret the seismic, using the new data, with the aim of remapping the structure. The preliminary work suggests that the historical mapping should be discarded and the structure mapped afresh using the new data and with further work to tie in two historical wells nearby at Middleton and Pagham (outside of the Lidsey Field) to provide depth and structural control. This additional data should provide a more complete picture. George Lucan, CEO, comments: "Whilst the Company views these oil producing fields as essentially legacy assets, and clean gas and geothermal as our primary focus, we remain committed to good husbandry of all of our sites and extracting maximum value for shareholders and expect this work to advance that goal. Progress continues with Saltfleetby procurement with no significant deviations from timing or budget but with a significantly improved gas price environment. Additionally the Company looks forward to updating shareholders on its geothermal projects at the end of the month." Qualified Person's Statement: Andrew Hollis, the Technical Director of the Company, who has over 40 years of relevant experience in the oil and gas industry, has approved the information contained in this announcement. Mr Hollis is a Fellow of the Geological Society and member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:49
strategic minerals ...BOOM!! expects to be profitable 2021 ..news just out!---Don't know that one
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:48
CQ: yes, but even in the unlikely event of first gas in February, they’ll still have the sidetrack to drill. Depending on the terms of the hedges, their best hope may be a fall back below 43p in the gas price. But that doesn’t leave much profit on a small volume of gas while they drill. And a successful sidetrack is hardly nailed on.
jtidsbadly
30/9/2021
11:46
did cud actually hit the nail on the head, I didn't believe it but far far too much de-ramping going on here
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:45
Hit £2.5 today / therm v project costed at 38p ---I hope you boys are just stale bulls rather than betting against the share price
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:42
Deliver gas in February - in significant volume---yup and at record highs for gas
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:42
Sadly, it's shaping up to be a cold hard winter for anguished shareholders in Anguish IMHO---lol, I don't think so. Could get rather toasty this winter
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:31
Sadly, it's shaping up to be a cold hard winter for anguished shareholders in Anguish IMHO! Deliver gas in February - in significant volume - and they might off-set the inevitable... but any further delay and the sharks will rip apart this company - distribute the flesh and bones between themselves & private shareholders will go hungry - as per usual! CQ :-(
clottedq
30/9/2021
11:30
The technique of re-posting a point made by others then some dashes then a response seems somewhat familiar to me.
1347
30/9/2021
11:24
I’d want the prospect of payback one day. A dividend. Remember those?----If we produce at anything close to £3 / therm I will be expecting a dividend !!
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:23
If geothermal is going to be big, better companies than Anguish will be involved.--------Agree, PFC is looking in to it as well. Big money but as I've said before getting that gas out of the ground MUST be the top priority
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:22
Paddy has political connections (though they’re mainly with retired Conservative politicians). With the current Government, it’s vaguely possible that he might get some preferential treatment----I don't think that's how the system works
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:19
HITS: Paddy has political connections (though they’re mainly with retired Conservative politicians). With the current Government, it’s vaguely possible that he might get some preferential treatment but Anguish's lack of any expertise, experience or finance is not going to be an advantage, what? If geothermal is going to be big, better companies than Anguish will be involved. I agree, it’s a fairytale for Anguish. The oil didn’t flow, the gas is looking dodgy, they’re over-borrowed and they're thrashing about in shark-infested waters. It’s one desperate throw of the dice after another. Are investors going to continue to stump up to keep the Directors in the manner to which they’re accustomed? Me, I’d want the prospect of payback one day. A dividend. Remember those?
jtidsbadly
30/9/2021
11:07
That rns was put out Friday , just in case you missed it :-)
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:05
Agree Hits, looks good from where i'm sitting. George Lucan, CEO, comments: "Whilst the Company views these oil producing fields as essentially legacy assets, and clean gas and geothermal as our primary focus, we remain committed to good husbandry of all of our sites and extracting maximum value for shareholders and expect this work to advance that goal. Progress continues with Saltfleetby procurement with no significant deviations from timing or budget but with a significantly improved gas price environment. Additionally the Company looks forward to updating shareholders on its geothermal projects at the end of the month
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
11:01
FFS ANGS won't even exist if it can't get its only ACTUAL possible "asset" (Poundland) producing enough consistent monthly volumes gas - and quickly enough - in order to meet its already incurred and eye-watering debt financing costs. Given the company's digital situation, geothermal is merely an utterly irrelevant pipedream - and I strongly suspect, one that's being brandished quite deliberately.
headinthesand
30/9/2021
10:37
Interesting presentation https://www.angusenergy.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Angus-Transition-Energies-Sept-2021-Final2.pdf
smackeraim
30/9/2021
10:30
Ocebot draws attention to page 16---Would be good to get your thoughts on the CQ aka Ivan Drago • Three fault systems identified • Full field survey completed • Well design and rig analysis progressed • Developing research programme with a university and turbine manufacturer • Discussions with offtakers inc. DNO, and NG initiated • EA preliminary discussions • Equity and debt partners approached with tabled MoU. • Heads of Terms under discussion with three landlords. • Three other sites identified
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
10:28
hxxps://www.angusenergy.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Angus-Transition-Energies-Sept-2021-Final2.pdf ---Investor presentation
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
10:19
UJ: Sorry... was that Rocky Horror Show? CQ ;-)-------------lol, very good ;-). As soon as I think Richard O'Brien, I think Crystal Maze. How good was that?
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
10:15
UJ: Sorry... was that Rocky Horror Show? CQ ;-)
clottedq
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