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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
  -0.025 -1.32% 1.875 1.85 1.90 1.90 1.875 1.88 16,511,494 11:00:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -15.6 -1.8 - 49

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01/12/2021
13:58
They've still got 4m drawdown left haven't they?
gaffer73
01/12/2021
13:38
the smell of stale urine is strong...i think 13reallyneedsahobby47cptmainwaring has posted again. as the old confused pompous old fart is irrelevant i have him filtered, i do hope he still is not replying to a question i never asked ...jtisadly this is your fault , if i told you once ,i told you a 100 times ...its a simple request over your crayon exchanges .....and you are letting him embarrass himself regularly judging by the amount he replies after i post something that wasn't to or about him....
sincero1
01/12/2021
13:10
All anyone needs to know here at the moment is what does the Anguish bank balance look like... and can George please confirm or discredit "the rumour" that a discount placing will be needed imminently?

Thank you

CQ ;-)

clottedq
01/12/2021
13:07
Libel?that is a very interesting question on the q&a ....hope mercuria and shell very aggressive legal departments don't look at these boards...Jtidsbadly posts regarding Mercuria's involvement :"it's going to cost Mercuria lots of money""Maybe they can use Anguish's tax losses""I expect Mercuria to want Anguish to have more placings""I dare say Mercuria will be getting all its original demands met""I expect the loan terms to stipulate release of funds as and when needed and subject to Mercuria's specific approval""Id be surprised if we don't see the appointment of a Mercuria person as a Director there very shortly.""The proposed loan terms are unaffordable. Mercuria must have something else in mind""For someone like Mercuria, this is a no-brainer. Tax losses that make pulling the plug on Anguish pretty well risk-free if they can't make money on the gas""If Mercuria finds itself strapped for cash, it's going to be a problem.""...and Mercuria are in trouble, things could get awkward quite quickly, what?""Sharks""Hyenas"lets not also forget :JA51OILER - 31 Mar 2021 -" As JT has pointed out, if there was a contract still in place with Shell as you maintain, Angus would be in breach for non-delivery and it would now be void.JA51OILER - "They could well be in breach of conditions in said contract" " I'm sure there will be a contract in place but I very much doubt it will be the original".Angus q&a reply oct 2021:"The contract is still in place and the terms are unchanged."
davemarn
01/12/2021
13:06
do the resident old grey disingenuous dads army, judging by the flurry of panic negative posting , really think that this "rumour" has credence ? really ? no come on really ? you old farts have got yourselves so confused and anxious you don't know which way to turn.... i point and laugh again ... i knew you lot were imbeciles but this is a new low ....
sincero1
01/12/2021
13:02
PeterashbeckPosts: 394Price: 0.775No OpinionRE: RUMOURS OF BIG OFFERS FOR SALTFLEETBY £14m+Today 12:15Assuming that there is any truth in this rumour then this would mean that the buyer was willing to pay £28 million plus £12 million debt for Saltfleetby, valuing the deal at £40 million.I could see this rumour having some basis in fact. At 10 mmscf/d we know that even with the hedge Saltfleetby would be generating £2.5 million per month and pre-hedge it would be generating £1.5 million per month at 5mmscf/d so this would mean that it would generate £20 million in 2021 alone and then another £26 million in 2022. This would be less than a 2 year payback even with the hedge in place which is perfectly workable.Of course, if 100% of the asset was sold and the debt was paid back then it is entirely possible that the hedge would no longer be in place for the new owner. In this case they would be looking at generating over £60 million in 2021-2022 and that is at conservative oil prices.I can see why a buyer would like the deal. Angus have done the hard slow work in getting Saltfleetby through to production. If somebody with deep pockets came in now and could get rid of the hedge then £40 million would be a cheap price to pay to get hold of it. There could genuinely be some legs in this rumour.
davemarn
01/12/2021
13:01
JTI CHICK ALL THESE LOCALS and Shorters having kittens today...they have had a slap on the face intraday!
davemarn
01/12/2021
13:01
In late October the boys on the AAOG site were saying Angus might be looking at buying AAOG for its tax losses!
jtidsbadly
01/12/2021
12:58
All a bit "convenient" IMHO

...that a supposed OFFER turns up just after The Market reacts badly to Anguish's latest - in an already long line of - lacklustre RNS's!?!?!

Sounds like the work of the Multiple I.D Moron 'AGAIN" to me. Hoping to extricate himself from the lobster-pot - we (George's Stale Bulls - apparently!?!) warned him about months and months ago...

Averaging down only works if the company you are invested in can be trusted to deliver... and sadly, Anguish has proven time and time and time again, to be barren when it comes to deadlines and delivery on ANYTHING!

CQ ;-)

clottedq
01/12/2021
12:57
JTI CHICK ALL THESE LOCALS and Shorters having kittens today...

they have had a slap on the face intraday!

solo4yous
01/12/2021
12:55
Certainly a lot more value than 7.5m that's for sure.
gaffer73
01/12/2021
12:53
do they keep the elderly separated from the rest of the inmates ....
sincero1
01/12/2021
12:53
do they keep the elderly separated from the rest of the inmates ....
sincero1
01/12/2021
12:51
Now cudswallop is referring to AAOG/SEL! Has he looked at those recently?
jtidsbadly
01/12/2021
12:47
that is a very interesting question on the q&a ....hope mercuria and shell very aggressive legal departments don't look at these boards...


Jtidsbadly posts regarding Mercuria's involvement :
"it's going to cost Mercuria lots of money"
"Maybe they can use Anguish's tax losses"
"I expect Mercuria to want Anguish to have more placings"
"I dare say Mercuria will be getting all its original demands met"
"I expect the loan terms to stipulate release of funds as and when needed and subject to Mercuria's specific approval"
"Id be surprised if we don't see the appointment of a Mercuria person as a Director there very shortly."
"The proposed loan terms are unaffordable. Mercuria must have something else in mind"
"For someone like Mercuria, this is a no-brainer. Tax losses that make pulling the plug on Anguish pretty well risk-free if they can't make money on the gas"
"If Mercuria finds itself strapped for cash, it's going to be a problem."
"...and Mercuria are in trouble, things could get awkward quite quickly, what?"
"Sharks"
"Hyenas"

lets not also forget :
JA51OILER - 31 Mar 2021 -" As JT has pointed out, if there was a contract still in place with Shell as you maintain, Angus would be in breach for non-delivery and it would now be void.
JA51OILER - "They could well be in breach of conditions in said contract" " I'm sure there will be a contract in place but I very much doubt it will be the original".

Angus q&a reply oct 2021:
"The contract is still in place and the terms are unchanged."

sincero1
01/12/2021
12:44
Gaffer agree,

However the basis of a theory is sound.

Gas in ground has quadrupled and is yet to be extracted.

So the value, CPR uplift and persistent selling/shorting does elude to something bigger.

I for one would be content to see the asset sold and ANGS use monies for other projects.

Lets see, today was a naughty drop on some selling and deliberate weakness by Brokers!

solo4yous
01/12/2021
12:42
JT Please do report it to the FCA, although they are less use than a fridge in an Igloo. People buying and selling on inside information appears to me to be rife with some of these companies on AIM, as per my comments on UJO, along with 'ever so coincidental pre-placing and pre-exit spikes' in the SP, although nothing ever seems to get investigated.
1347
01/12/2021
12:39
Can't see an offer coming at this point, once they hit first gas maybe, but not now. A Twitter post is not really a reliable source.
gaffer73
01/12/2021
12:36
Oh dear JTI
Markets are fickle?

Rumour and a buyout?!

Shorters and Locals ?

Https://twitter.com/zopelyforver/status/1466022988436889602

solo4yous
01/12/2021
12:32
A Sale/Deal done pre Hedge Kicking in and Debt paid off would be an incredible change in fortune for #ANGS

All the share price movements and volume, trading pattern stinks of an attempt to control the market cap!

No smoke without fire, but Id be curious to know source?!

solo4yous
01/12/2021
12:32
1347: cudswallop is ramping this rumour for all he’s worth. If it proves to be untrue and anyone associated with him profits from selling into the firming of the share price, he could be prosecuted (if the FCA had any clue at all).

Now PeterAshbeck is also supporting the whisper! The Debenture holders control the assets. If Mercuria are the counterparty to the hedges, the money they’ll make on these, plus the 12%+ interest, plus the royalty, is going to be worth a good deal more than £12mm to them. They’d have to be paid out, maybe £20mm? Possibly more. And this all assumes there’s enough gas to make it profitable. That’s not a lay-down. It would be a big gamble and an expensive one.

jtidsbadly
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