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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% 0.775 0.75 0.80 0.775 0.775 0.78 3,063,876 08:00:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.1 -2.5 -0.4 - 7

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29/7/2021
09:35
JT......The Forum accounts are slim, aren't they?..... A £45K bank loan? Looking forward to FORUM ENERGY SERVICES 75% or more owned Saltfletby Energy accounts shortly. They will hopefully start to make some sense of this!
ja51oiler
29/7/2021
09:14
Reaching the £1 mark is a big milestone. George has said that first gas will be produced by the end of Q4.Im sure you said you had sold out at 1p on LSE, why is this bothering you so much?
ultimatejustice9
29/7/2021
09:06
Why is today's natural gas price "wow"? ANGS hasn't got any to sell. Nor will it have any meaningful quantities (presuming it can produce some) until well after the forthcoming winter period. The delays that have already occurred mean that winter 2021/2022 has been missed. Pointless and agenda-loaded speculation. As usual.
headinthesand
29/7/2021
08:46
Natural gas hit £1.03 today, wow
ultimatejustice9
29/7/2021
08:37
Correction: for some reason, there are two columns in the balance sheet for the year under review. So they have net assets of a bit more than £100,000. SEL’s Accounts will be interesting.
jtidsbadly
29/7/2021
07:39
THe Forum Energy Services Accounts are out on the Companies House site. There’s hardly anything in them and unless there’s a mistake in the assets column, they’ve got net liabilities, haven’t they?
jtidsbadly
28/7/2021
23:16
The prices look great, first gas by the end of Q4 2021 Big incentive for Angs
ultimatejustice9
28/7/2021
22:25
Yes, you’ll get no argument on that, winter gas prices look promising for anyone that’s producing any. Why you mention the fact on this site is beyond me though.
jtidsbadly
28/7/2021
22:14
Compelling Metrics GAME ON Natural Gas Prices look very good towards Winter And we are at 0.85p Pah Multi Bags Https://twitter.com/DeepValueHunte1/status/1420492263717842956
cantrememberthis2
28/7/2021
20:49
You could really do with keeping up to date! The RNS you mention has been superseded by the recent interview and the last RNS referencing it. And the figures you give are all cobblers. You forget to mention they would only get 51% and it was based on 10 million standard cubic feet a day. They need both compressors online and a successful sidetrack that produces more than 5 million standard cubic feet a day to reach that target. I suggest you watch this before commenting further. HTTPS://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/952729/angus-energy-plc-lonangs-presenting-at-the-proactive-one2one-virtual-forum---17th-june-2021-952729.html
ja51oiler
28/7/2021
19:56
From a recent RNS Angus and Saltfleetby Energy Limited have now secured all funding required to commission the plant by Q4 2021 and achieve First Gas by December 2021 ยท By making the full £12 million facility available immediately, Angus is able to bring forward plans for the side- track well, which would be fully funded from the facility, and increase production to the plateau rate sooner than expected.
ultimatejustice9
28/7/2021
19:53
This is from the telegram group ANGS - FDP approved - Funding agreement has been signed - Gas Q4 2021 - Prominent funds backing - Confidence and backing from big shareholders - multiples expected IF gas is sold to Royal Dutch Shell - Lidsey (if their re-interpretation of Lidsey proves to be correct, could make a major contribution to Angus's future cash flow) - Don't forget what ANGS has said - an extra 1p/therm = +£350k of revenue and the project financials are based on 38p/therm!! The average achieved price under the Hedge, including all fees, costs and charges is 43 pence per therm. The hedge only starts in July next year. and from then on 70% is fixed at 43p/th. Anything produced before then will be at prevailing market prices, Q121 is at 78p/th and Q2 is 50p/th. -lowly current share price and market cap, which take full account of the negatives and no account of the positives - The CPR's net present values, discounted to 01/01/20 at 10% pa, effective date 28/02/20, are on page 56 of the CPR. They should be reduced by about 10% for the overrun on processing equipment costs: P90: £16.7m P50: £25.2m P10: £34.9m - Gas/Oil & Geothermal GL - Gas 140million GL - Oil - 70million GL - Geothermal - 300million = 510m projected revenue from this podcast
ultimatejustice9
28/7/2021
19:30
Dear o dear.... and what is the production rate you have based your fantasy on?
ja51oiler
28/7/2021
16:29
The gas prices are important, I've tried to work it out of todays price if the get going by the end of Q4. I make it an additional 7m in the 6 months before the hedge and then and extra 2.1m when the hedge kicks in
ultimatejustice9
28/7/2021
15:35
HITS: my understanding, as I mentioned a few weeks ago, is that futures contracts have to be marked to market. Forwards don’t. So I think they’ll be forwards. The other site is assuming they’ll get the prevailing market price until July for anything they produce (which in my view will be nil, or thereabouts) and after that the margin between 43p and the prevailing higher price. Unless they’re by then producing more than 70% of target, that’s completely wrong. As I understand it, they’d be better with a lower price if they’re not producing 70%. Yes, the potential losses on a simple forward contract as I understand it would be eye watering. How good the financially expert interim MD is on this stuff I don’t know. He was in a hurry and over a barrel at the time the deal was signed. Also, were Mercuria on the other side of the hedges? I think we should know the answer to this. And where are Mercuria now? They’re not mentioned by name, as far as I can recall, in the charge document. Are they still a party to the deal? Who is the “chargor”; in the charge notification? Whoever it is now controls AEWB3. I dare say they’ll have had a hand in what information was released in the Accounts today.
jtidsbadly
28/7/2021
12:53
old irrelevant duffer jtisadly and let's not forget some of his recent posts. ...pretty clear he is clueless and totally discredited .... brown slacks on standby re your mercuria posts... 5.7.21 "placing this week or next" 8.7.21"another placing or two in the next few months" 9.7.21 "" placing is in the queue and will come once the latest UKOG issue has been digested" 14.7.21 ""I'm expecting two placings this year" "I'm expecting two placings this year" 21.5.21 "poor angus 0.20 soon" 9+ weeks ago. " share price into the sixties shortly " 7+ weeks ago. "oga approval doubt" . " financing doubt" . " running out of money " weekly prediction for last 6 months. " 0.15 by end of year". " placing soon " daily prediction for last 6 months. "its a pump & dump" - it wasn't. "They did run out of money towards the end of March, as we predicted" - As at 31 March 2021 the Group had cash of £591,000. As at 31 March 2021 the Group had net current assets of £1,351,000". Here are a few of jtisadly's comment regarding mercuria: "If Mercuria has written the hedge contracts, Anguish may fall into their hands" "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"
sincero1
28/7/2021
12:52
jtisdaly " if my supposition... " Supposition : a belief held without proof or certain knowledge; an assumption or hypothesis....
sincero1
28/7/2021
12:50
Yes, HITS, I agree on every point. But people on the other site keep posting about the gas price. If Anguish are piping 70%+ of their expected volumes by July, no problem. But, if my supposition is correct, in the event that volumes are below the levels required in the hedge contracts, gas prices much higher than 43p could result in pretty big losses.
jtidsbadly
28/7/2021
12:49
yawn......... you can always ask these pressing questions, that you all keep regurgitating for months and months , on the angus investor q&a page ........ but you all appear to be to frightened to do so .... that is the really telling point ...
sincero1
28/7/2021
12:49
Which interview was that UJ9? The last one was the Proactive One2One Forum in which he gave details on the delay to the sidetrack into the Spring! As for updating the market with timelines.....I suggest you do a little more research........They have never hit a timeline or updated the market.........Just have a look at the pipeline as an example.
ja51oiler
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