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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
  0.00 0.0% 0.825 0.75 0.90 0.825 0.776 0.83 72,472 08:00:18
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Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -2.5 -0.4 - 8

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30/9/2021
16:12
All this Lord/Earl stuff is just cobblers anyway, like the interviews by LL.
1347
30/9/2021
15:59
UJ: marquis would be the next step up, or he could be invested as a KG, I suppose, but he’d have to do a good deal more than get Poundland into production. His gaudy line in country clothes may not help any ambitions in this area.
jtidsbadly
30/9/2021
15:50
Sir Lord Lucan if he gets the gas going in Feb. The twist in the plot could be record gas levels early next year. Anyway off to see James Bond
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
15:40
UJ: I do not have pet names for Interim Managing Directors.
jtidsbadly
30/9/2021
15:35
I thought it was your pet name for him
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
15:34
I take it you’re aware that the Chairman is also an Earl. Both of them are of the Irish peerage---I did not. Lord Lucan , lol
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
15:29
UJ: are you serious? He’s Interim MD, by the way, not CEO. They won’t answer the question as to whether they’re still looking for a permanent MD with oil and gas experience. I take it you’re aware that the Chairman is also an Earl. Both of them are of the Irish peerage.
jtidsbadly
30/9/2021
15:16
JT - I didn't realise the CEO is actually a lord!! lol, I thought that was your pet name for him :) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Bingham,_8th_Earl_of_Lucan
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
15:10
Good update on Friday for those that missed it 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
15:07
UJ, that's at least the 3rd time today you've slavishly copy'n'pasted the same tired old RNS. Is that seriously all you've got? With those banal tactics, you're making the likes of Cuddo seem like gifted analysts...
headinthesand
30/9/2021
15:06
and the N. Lincolnshire rain and cold weather--Don't forget Santa
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
14:58
..and the N. Lincolnshire rain and cold weather. And the Christmas/New Year holiday, they closed down last year for that, didn't they? His talk of diggers made one wonder what progress they achieved with the groundworks in August.
jtidsbadly
30/9/2021
14:51
You have to be more subtle CQ, a blind man on a galloping horse can see your short from a mile away.
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
14:42
UJ, If the alarm bells aren't ringing for you yet... I guess they never will. You obviously missed Lucan's sleight of hand: February delivery hasn't changed... but management are no longer responsible and therefore cannot be held accountable for things beyond their control... except that they should have gained planning and ordered equipment and sourced funding far earlier to meet their previous - long gone - deadlines. They have a healthy range of additional excuses at their disposal even then: covid / Brexit / Haulage / China... First gas in February is "already" a pipe dream IMHO. Hence the enthusiastic promotion of geothermal to distract... even CouldA ShouldA WouldA (but didn't) is talking years now instead of 4p tomorrow! Patience is the new Cheerleader mantra apparently!?!? CQ ;-)
clottedq
30/9/2021
14:33
REMEMBER TO KEEP SMILING---Indeed. Especially if you are a long term suffering shareholder. For those like me that are trading short term, its not a problem. Good money to be made here , 8m mcap gas explorer with gas at an all time high. Where is my rocket emoji ;-)
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
14:30
UJ / BotCelot: I've just thought of another thing I like about Anguish: Lucan's, Clanwilliam's & Tidswell's salary cheques! I bet it puts a BIG smile on their faces too?----If they get the gas going while at a record high, it will all be worth it.
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
14:13
JT... There were probably Autocue's with: "REMEMBER TO KEEP SMILING" written on them in big bold letters throughout. Certainly looked very "Wallace & Gromit" to me! CQ ;-)
clottedq
30/9/2021
13:40
CQ: re straight face, I thought they were both struggling at times. Did you notice his smart gilet in the beaver shade of brown? A plug for the Lucan brand, I dare say. Now there’s a thing he does know about - plugs.
jtidsbadly
30/9/2021
13:39
UJ / BotCelot: I've just thought of another thing I like about Anguish: Lucan's, Clanwilliam's & Tidswell's salary cheques! I bet it puts a BIG smile on their faces too? It certainly should do! There again, I'm sure we all secretly wish people would REWARD "US" FOR FAILURE? CQ ;-)
clottedq
30/9/2021
13:35
JT, That latest paid-for interview was truly laughable wasn't it? How George can keep a straight face and describe Geothermal as less risky than people think and lower cost than might be expected is beyond belief! All from a CEO who has already squandered millions and delivered sweet FA to date on far less demanding projects!?!? I don't know if I should laugh or cry! CQ ;-)
clottedq
30/9/2021
13:32
I hope they get the gas out at record prices and return value to the LTHs
ultimatejustice9
30/9/2021
13:32
I have to give them some credit for their brazen - in spite of all the facts - attitude. Skin like rhino's the lot of them. Useful qualities in business in the right circumstances... and if used along with some form of moral compass... sorely missing here---Finally something positive
ultimatejustice9
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