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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Egdon Resources Plc LSE:EDR London Ordinary Share GB00B28YML29 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.35 4.20 4.50 4.35 4.35 4.35 1,276,350 08:00:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.1 -1.7 -0.5 - 23

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/6/2022
21:47
but is it not EOG also has fracking asset?
nash81
21/6/2022
13:43
Only the buyers can tell, Curry. But I'd guess fracking. Report to Gov due before end of June. But as you know, this is a well managed company with no debt, funded for future plans, which there are plenty. And due to current oil price is banking a lot of cash. So a solid prospect even without fracking and very different from lots of other similar sized companies.
gerhart
21/6/2022
13:14
any ideas whats pushing edr, compared to other wressle partners? fracking ?? free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
currypasty
09/6/2022
11:26
Bionic dog - thanks for your update - I've not followed UKOG at all so didn't know the background - just saw the news this morning. In the current climate I can't see Biscathorpe failing.
mountain man
09/6/2022
11:01
Not at all , Dunsfold was nailed on. The inspector recommended that the the project be allowed , but the council rejected it for no valid reasons (just like Wressle). They were always going to win the appeal. IMO the council should have focussed on UKOG's record of being a fit and proper company if they wanted to reject it. The councillors always answer the question "do you want this development to take place?" , not the question that they are actually being asked.
bionicdog
09/6/2022
10:45
bionic dog - hmm.....is the Surrey decision a sign of acquired intelligence and common sense? A small step in the right direction at least! Time will tell.
mountain man
09/6/2022
10:13
I know ffs. I was pretending that I thought "the dog" was referring to me. Never mind.
bionicdog
09/6/2022
07:58
Mountain, agree with earlier comments. The Missus and Miss-Guided have had too much influence.
gerhart
08/6/2022
21:19
Bionic dog - the sad thing is that I wasn't joking! When Boris famously said f business, he wasn't joking either.Can we please have a business brain running the country and not career politicians that think they know what's best for us.
mountain man
08/6/2022
19:32
Bionic dogI'm not blaming you - just saying how I see it - squarely with PM and those around/above him - we didn't vote for them but we're all dancing to their tune.We should have been fracking years ago. It's not economics it's politics that's in the way.Boris didn't get the big calls right - he subcontracted the hard work of coronavirus to a great woman to sort out - thank god!Ukraine he has got right. Can't think of anything else.Wish I could be more positive and perhaps with Lord Frost as PM we could be.
mountain man
08/6/2022
17:27
Don't blame me!
bionicdog
08/6/2022
17:14
Gerhart - any PM with common sense would get on with what is golden opportunity to earn serious money for this country. However, common sense is in short supply in Number 10 and in any event Carrie, the dog and Zac say no - and there in lies the problem.We should have been fracking years ago.
mountain man
08/6/2022
16:38
Time will tell, Bionic. Tick-tock, tick-tock.... :)
gerhart
08/6/2022
16:30
There are many more in the party whose constituents are opposed. I'd be amazed if they reintroduced it in the current climate.
bionicdog
08/6/2022
16:24
We only know that the The Bizz Sec. Kwasi K told the British Geological Survey that he would like their report by end of June. Could be any of the next 22! I'll be astonished if Gov says no to it, given: whole saga on back of war in Ukraine Re energy supplies. Many Tory MPs have called for it to go ahead; many in media say it should go ahead....and Boris J needs every weapon he can now to power up the Gov. Apart from that, world possibly heading for recession, and fracking would create 1000s of jobs. Given America has changed the economics of the oil industry with its shale oil, hard to see a case been made against it in current circumstances.
gerhart
08/6/2022
15:23
do we know when the fracking issue will be decided?
currypasty
08/6/2022
13:45
Yeah, could be a bit of a drag, Curry. Though not all will be exercised. (And most warrants are held by key long-term holders anyway) But that is partly why we are debt-free! Not sure if there is a timeline on selling them. But if fracking gets the go ahead, and I think it will, "drag" won’t be the problem. Coping with a little G-force might be the issue! :) But even if fracking doesn’t get the go ahead, we are now a debt-free company basically just printing money because of oil/gas prices. And we still have lots of positives ahead. Not many companies in our position.
gerhart
08/6/2022
07:10
"Following the exercise of the Warrants reported above 49,499,000 Warrants remain outstanding and are exercisable at any time until 23 July 2023." could be a bit of a drag
currypasty
07/6/2022
11:13
The Environment Agency has done a lot of work on the risks of fracking and doesn't actually ban it. It just sets strict controls if it is to be carried out. It is only the Government who decided to ban it. I can't see the British Geological Survey coming to a different conclusion to the Environment Agency. The ball will be in the Government's court but with Boris Johnson on the ropes he will go for whatever is the populist approach. Something needs to be done about impossibly high gas bills but of course he has his daft greenie net zero agenda which is not delivering any goods.
kibes
01/6/2022
09:05
Be fascinating to see what happens with regards to the, Gov commissioned, report from the British Geological Survey on fracking, about risks. This is due this month I think. Remember it was the Gov, who knocked Fracking on the head a few years ago, based on information from "..British Oil and Gas board???"....or whatever they were called. And also pressure from Eco loons. And it is the Gov who can decide to put back on track again - regardless of what the British Geological Survey advise. And all the vibes are that the Gov want it back on track, due to all the world events we know about. It would also create thousands of UK jobs, just as the UK and world seem to be heading towards a possible recession. So next few weeks, as Mr A alluded to, in the Directors Talk interview above (Link from Currypasty), could be fascinating for our share price Time will tell.
gerhart
31/5/2022
09:58
Nice review of what's going on at Edr. Good find!
hoper1
31/5/2022
09:14
Thanks Curry.
gerhart
31/5/2022
08:11
https://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/egdon-resources-deliver-an-excellent-fiscal-performance-video/4121066831?utm_source=mailpoet&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=new-interviews-available_1
currypasty
30/5/2022
07:53
Good news today. Moving forward.
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