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  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.775 0.75 0.80 0.775 0.775 0.78 3,063,876 08:00:16
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19/7/2021
23:23
JA51: I think anyone reading this bb by now will have realised that this shill is best ignored. Anguish are unlikely to make nearly enough money from the two producing wells operating for two months to repay the first instalment of the Mercuria loan, what? That will be £3mm. plus £1.5mm of interest. That’s assuming they can place shares sufficient to pay back Knowe in April (£1.45 capital+interest). Then there’s the g&a expenses not covered by the loan. And they hadn’t even completed the design work on the plant, the last thing we heard. A really competent management would struggle to meet their timetables and budgets - and would still need a great deal of luck with the sidetrack. And the lenders are watching on, unconcerned really. Whatever happens, they’ll be making money, I suspect. Assuming they've found a way of using those tax losses.
jtidsbadly
19/7/2021
19:36
Will someone explain to the "Moron" that David is going to want his share of the £12 million he has already lent to Angus paid back before that happens! That's why they hold a Debenture over everything Angus has and their agent controls more than 75% of the company!.....and I even pointed the £8 Million lenders out in my post. Again could you point out that GL now has less than a year to hit his timeline to be drilling the well.....at a cost of in his estimation of around £8 million, not £30 which it is going to be!!
ja51oiler
19/7/2021
19:17
ja51"contractvoid"oiler "Future drills will be from private funding!!.".... well....this could be a handy ally to have ... David Haughie (Managing Director at Mercuria Energy Trading Limited) comments: ".... look forward to working with the Angus team ...on their wider portfolio of future geothermal and other sustainable energy opportunities" You really are an imbecile...do try and think clearly before you try and post a negative..you always make yourself look a complete cretin...
sincero1
19/7/2021
19:10
JT. Yes, it's odds on that it will be approved, agreed. Little employment or anything surrounding the site so in everyone's interest to pass it. Its curious why it's now gone to committee, however. Its been down as a delegated decision until very recently.....far more of a "90% chance "than GL's successful sidetrack that's for sure. No way in the world they will get 1st gas by XMAS or the new year. GL has basically already told us this in that last interview. My guess is they will switch it on around mid/end Feb to get the share price up with "MUG PUNTERS" being pulled in by the usual suspects, some sort of raise to clear that £1.4 Million Knowe CLN and turn it straight off to start the sidetrack. 16 weeks for the sidetrack works takes us just about up to the Hedge and 1st re-payment......Strange that isn't it? It's like someones worked it out!!
ja51oiler
19/7/2021
18:21
JA51: It’s odd that posters on both the LSE sites, for Anguish and for UKOG, are obsessed with the issue of Director share purchases. Mr. Sanderson made a commitment to this, but hedged it with a proviso about individual Directors’ personal circumstances. His Lordship at Anguish has made no commitment at all. “Oh, um, well, er, yes, I’m sure Directors would be willing..” falls way short of a commitment. In any case, the situation that both companies are in is perfectly clear isn’t it? Director purchases are not going to make an iota of difference. Re the planing issue, I’d like to see an update from the authors of the CPR. There’s no mention of previous failures from SF07. And 16 weeks. Planning permission looks like a formality though, as one had assumed it would. That was never the problem. I wonder if they’ve got the kit organised, and the staff. Let’s see if it’s ready to produce gas by the end of November! The lenders have little confidence in it, what?
jtidsbadly
19/7/2021
16:45
I see the "Moron" didn't actually read the article in full. Future drills will be from private funding!!...... Didn't GL talk of a mere £8 Million from those funding partners who have all the assets mortgaged already. Not surprisingly multiple millions off the actual costs again.
ja51oiler
19/7/2021
16:41
ja51"contractvoid"oiler - is that jtisadly's house or yours in that pic of properties in saddleback road ? chortle chortle...
sincero1
19/7/2021
16:36
actually , i may have been hasty ... so in a push for geothermal there is potentially funding to be had from various sources as well as private ... . ja51"contractvoid"oiler inadvertently in you haste to spin a negative you have actually posted a positive ... you really do not think before you post do you ? pahahaha... oh dear....
sincero1
19/7/2021
16:27
ja51"contractvoid"oiler ... and your completely useless and irrelevant point is what exactly ? you really are struggling to spin a negative aren't you ... its a lovely day you should out in your sandals , socks and flared shorts ....... enjoying your "twilight years" .....
sincero1
19/7/2021
15:56
Interesting article HTTPS://geothermalengineering.co.uk/united-downs/ ???????....."The project is expected to cost in the region of £30m."
ja51oiler
19/7/2021
13:24
of course no rns .... only a mindless window licker with a negative agenda would think that was necessary. Because not only is the "communication " unlikely to be real it also states "I can share some information since it is freely available on official websites"....long sigh, shakes head .....
sincero1
19/7/2021
10:04
Clickbait: yes, I do.
jtidsbadly
19/7/2021
09:37
Anyone agree?
clickbait
19/7/2021
09:02
No RNS. Very strange? I would have thought the email can't remember this had sent to him by George is price sensitive?
clickbait
19/7/2021
08:13
a beautiful weekend, market closed and yet people posting frantically all weekend.... all very disingenuous.....
sincero1
18/7/2021
22:29
And the case is of progress right? #ANGS Https://twitter.com/DeepValueHunte1/status/1416870339515138057
cantrememberthis2
18/7/2021
20:06
HITS: I agree. Though it seemed to me that he’d got someone with a reasonable command of English to write it. There’s no evidence from his posts that he could have managed it himself. And it reads quite like Earlspeak! It's the content that’s the giveaway. References to “derampersR21; and his having said that some Directors were buying shares! In fact, the only time he’s referred to Director share purchases was in a recent interview, when he said “oh, er, well, um yes, Directors would be willing...” or something extremely similar. Hardly a commitment. There should be another RNS tomorrow, if Spreadex was involved in the most recent share sales at the end of last week. Perhaps he’ll take the opportunity to dissociate himself from this fiction. An update on the legal issue referred to recently would be helpful too, what?
jtidsbadly
18/7/2021
13:12
Cantremberthis2. When George sent you this email did he say to wait until he releases an RNS tomorrow first?
clickbait
18/7/2021
11:21
No, the answer to all those questions is still “no”.
jtidsbadly
18/7/2021
11:10
Angus Energy (ANGS) looking very well placed but overlooked. Excellent Range of Assets ?- Saltfleetby gas field (low risk)- Lidsey, Balcombe and Brockham oil fields (medium risk)- Geothermal project (speculative)Perfect Timing ?- gas prices at a 10 year high and closing in on 100p.Funded ?- £12m debt facility agreed. Strong Sales and Revenue ?- Agreement with Shell, with 70% hedged at 38p (43p inc. all costs).- Revenue of £450,000 for every 1p over hedged gas price on the remaining 30%.Near Term Production ?- Saltfleetby commissioning during Q4 2021 with first gas by year end.Value ?- Mcap £10m.- Share price below warrant price (1.2p, 1.35p, 1.5p).Please do your own research, but good discussion and information available at:https://t.me/ANGSENERGY
cantrememberthis2
18/7/2021
10:35
Is this the standard of this person’s preferred site? I notice that he's framed his bullet points as questions. The answer to each of them appears to me to be ”no”, rather invalidating what follows. What?
jtidsbadly
18/7/2021
10:17
Angus Energy (ANGS) looking very well placed but overlooked. Excellent Range of Assets ?- Saltfleetby gas field (low risk)- Lidsey, Balcombe and Brockham oil fields (medium risk)- Geothermal project (speculative)Perfect Timing ?- gas prices at a 10 year high and closing in on 100p.Funded ?- £12m debt facility agreed. Strong Sales and Revenue ?- Agreement with Shell, with 70% hedged at 38p (43p inc. all costs).- Revenue of £450,000 for every 1p over hedged gas price on the remaining 30%.Near Term Production ?- Saltfleetby commissioning during Q4 2021 with first gas by year end.Value ?- Mcap £10m.- Share price below warrant price (1.2p, 1.35p, 1.5p).Please do your own research, but good discussion and information available at:https://t.me/ANGSENERGY
cantrememberthis2
18/7/2021
09:09
It's no good suggesting "doing the rounds" now Cantrememberthis, as it was "you" who initially claimed to be the person who Lucan forwarded this letter to. I'm sure you remember? CQ ;-)
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