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|Dart Energy to update investors on 17th June 2014 in Mayfair London. REGISTER: http://tinyurl.com/qzfs7v5|
|Dart Energy's presentation from last night: http://tinyurl.com/nf4o3qh|
|Eytan Euliel to update investors about Dart Energy on the 30th January 2014 in Mayfair, London.
REGISTER TO SEE DART ENERGY, SIRIUS MINERALS, OILEX AND MOSMAN OIL AND GAS: http://tinyurl.com/k2wjbcc|
|Eytan Euliel to update investors about Dart Energy on the 30th January 2014 in Mayfair, London: REGISTRATION: http://tinyurl.com/k2wjbcc|
|Dart Energy's McGoldrick Total deal underlines the potential of co's shale acreage
John McGoldrick, chief executive of Dart Energy (ASX:DTE), tells Proactive Investors he is is delighted to be partnered with Total. For Dart this is the second shale deal it has done with a French multi-national following its tie-up last year with GdF Suez that sees the group carried on six shale wells.
|DTE's presentation from last night:- http://tinyurl.com/nf4o3qh|
|John McGoldrick, CEO will be updating investors in Mayfair, London on 21st November from 6pm. Free to attend.
I have a house in France and my village sports a huge sign which says (in French!):
No to Shale Gas. No, not now. No, not tomorrow. No not ever!
And now GDF Suez, a French company (GDF stands for Gaz de France) is backing Dart with a farm-in in England. How hypocritical can you get?
Wonderful news, shares up 35% today with this announcement:
arc en ciel
|here is interesting video to watch out
'Shale gas won't lead to a collapse in UK gas prices' says Pöyry
Richard Sarsfield-Hall, Senior Principal at Pöyry Management Consulting, told Proactiveinvestors that shale gas development in the UK won't lead to a collapse in gas prices. This is because, unlike America, which has become nearly self-sufficient for gas, Britain is connected to the worldwide gas market via liquefied natural gas and via pipelines to Europe and Russia, and those prices will be not be directly affected in the same way, he argued. Shale gas would, at the most, cover 25% of what is needed in the UK, he stressed.
|This, then, could pave the way for the Environment Agency to offer permits for fracking projects more quickly, and to set them to defined timetables in a further bid to encourage firms to invest.
Even before today's developments, there had been interest in the two listed companies with significant shale acreage here: AIM-quoted IGas (LON:IGAS), and Dart Energy (ASX:DTE), an Aussie firm with a Scots chief executive.
In the last month IGas shares have advanced 53%, while Dart's are up 54% as investors have raced to gain an early stake in what could be a massive shale bounty. The shares are up 5% and 13% respectively today.
|settlement date tomorrow 25 June
so should get our cash then or the day after
need to get that cash back to work
please correct me if mistaken|
|Indeed, "we was robbed"!|
|Where are the "white knights" when you need them?
|I agree on the valuation, it is on the low side. Would like to see the interim results, but can't see that happening as I think this is a done deal. I to am going to sit on my hands too, but with less than 0.5% I can't see it doing a lot of good. Disappointing valuation..|
|Feels very low so I may sit on my hands as long as possible on this one. I have less than 3% so pretty irrelevant though.|
|Here's my take on the situation:-