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Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd. LSE:FOG London Ordinary Share CA3060711015 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.125p +0.87% 14.50p 14.00p 15.00p - - - 0 07:30:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -3.0 -0.3 - 133.62

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19/5/2019
21:41
Placing well subscribed!!
hermana3
19/5/2019
17:34
ii have decided to up there fees again, from june 1st its £9.99 a month, from £22.50 a quarter Recommendations for a cheaper broker? I am considering going to iweb-sharedealing(Halifax) for a fixed £5 a trade or X-O(Jarvis) for £5.95, neither have monthly, yearly, or inactivity fees like ii £9.99 a month regardless if I trade is a rip off, and the trade "credit" they give you expires after 90 days.
carlsagan1
17/5/2019
13:56
Well it’s already reached placing price to sell shares.
mandatory
17/5/2019
07:11
Now we know why share price has been soft of late!!!
hermana3
16/5/2019
20:57
July probably
hermana3
14/5/2019
19:04
Under 16p soon.... When’s spud?
mandatory
04/5/2019
08:05
Yes well under the radar is this one.
hermana3
04/5/2019
06:09
All quiet for the sleeping giant. Thats a good thing. Trying to get a few more funds together
letmepass
03/5/2019
16:19
Yes tis a sleeping giant alright!
hermana3
03/5/2019
15:46
When they announce a date for that this thing could take off like a rocket, have you looked at the 13th Feb 2017
squiresquire
03/5/2019
08:19
Wont be long now for spud.
hermana3
02/5/2019
21:29
HTTP://denr.nt.gov.au/environment-information/onshore-gas-in-the-northern-territory/environment-management-plan/review-emp/origin-kyalla-drilling-and-hydraulic-fracturing-2019-ep117-n2 Origin Kyalla drilling and hydraulic fracturing 2019 (EP117 N2) Overview Origin Energy Limited (Origin) has submitted an Environment Management Plan (EMP) for assessment under the Petroleum (Environment) Regulations 2016. Kyalla Drilling and Hydraulic Fracturing (stimulation) Program EP117 N2 (4.5 mb) Kyalla Drilling and Hydraulic Fracturing (stimulation) Program EP117 N2 - Appendices Appendices A to C (9.7 mb) Appendices D to F (4.0 mb) Appendices G to K (4.0 mb) Appendices L to O (3.8 mb) The EMP proposes the construction of an exploration petroleum well, hydraulic fracturing and well testing at Exploration Permit 117 N2, approximately 300km south-east of Katherine in the Beetaloo sub-basin. This EMP covers the activities required to enable Origin to drill, hydraulic fracture, test, maintain and decommission a horizontal petroleum exploration well within the 2019-2024 period: drilling of an exploration well hydraulic fracture of an exploration well completion and work over maintenance of an exploration well well testing of an exploration well well suspension and decommissioning of an exploration well construction and operation of a temporary camp installation of up to two water extraction bores routine maintenance and monitoring activities minor works ancillary of the above. For alternative access to the EMP contact the Department of Environment and Natural Resources on (08) 8924 4218. All comments received will be published. Closes COB 30 May 2019 Opened 3 May 2019 Contact 08 8924 4218 Give us your views To submit your comment on this EMP either by completing this form or mail your comments to: Onshore Petroleum Assessment PO Box 3675 Darwin NT 0801 Last updated: 03 May 2019
mirabeau
24/4/2019
08:45
And the market not exactly basking in the news either yet!!
hermana3
23/4/2019
17:44
In a note to clients, analysts at SPAngel commented: “Today's update, while representing a significant increase in the cost relative to the original option terms, is a reflection of the progress that has been made over the project in the intervening period and the significant derisking in the Beetaloo Basin's commercial potential.”
loganair
23/4/2019
11:03
Wee Phil and the Board playing a very good hand at Beetaloo. Drill in 2-3 months most probably.
hermana3
22/4/2019
19:16
Shaun Drabsch - 17 May Sun 21:24 His first major speech since his appointment as the CEO of the DTBI - I wonder if he's got some infrastructure news to give? A special update? It is after all titled a 'Special Address'...this speech by our ex Santos PR advisor should be very interesting, hopefully! 11:40 am Special Address | DTBI's New Chief Executive Shaun Drabsch, Chief Executive Officer, Department of Trade, Business and Innovation https://www.informa.com.au/event/conference/katherine-regional-resources-conference/?utm_source=E-Launch&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=P19R13
mirabeau
22/4/2019
19:15
NAIF - plans to abolish Today 19:01 Coalition’s ‘failed’ fund facing $5bn makeover Bill Shorten would abolish the ­“failed” $5 billion Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility and establish a new fund aimed at unlocking Queensland gas reserves in a bid to bring down gas prices and transform Darwin into a manufacturing and export powerhouse. If elected, the Opposition Leader would replace the NAIF with a new finance facility that would work with Infrastructure Australia to identify and support projects of national economic significance in Australia’s north. The new facility would have the same $5bn funding allocation as the NAIF, but would be called the “Northern Australia Development Fund”. Read Next It would quarantine $1.5bn for the construction of pipelines connecting Queensland’s Galilee and Bowen basins with the east coast. Labor would also aim to fin­ance pipelines connecting the Beetaloo basin with Darwin, 600km north, as well as the east coast. An extra $1bn from the new fund would be allocated to giving a leg-up to tourism projects in Northern Australia. Opposition resources spokesman Jason Clare said the plan to create a new fund would “support Darwin as a manufacturing and gas export powerhouse as well as increasing supply to Queensland and the eastern seaboard to put downward pressure on prices for gas users”. “Opening up the Beetaloo alone could provide enough gas to supply the domestic market for up to 400 years,” Mr Clare said. “The NAIF has been an abject failure.” Mr Shorten has pledged to ­appoint indigenous Australians to the board of the new facility and would require all funded projects to produce plans showing how the economic benefits of the project could be shared with local indigenous communities. These plans will be released publicly. The fund would sign a memorandum of understanding with ­Indigenous Business Australia, an organisation dedicated to improving the economic self-sufficiency of Aboriginal and Torres Strait ­Islander people. Other agreements would be signed with the Clean ­Energy Fin­ance Corporation and the Energy Security Modernisation Fund to avoid duplication, and improve co-operation. Labor says the NAIF has failed, saying “not a single cent” had been spent in Queensland and only $15 million has been spent on infrastructure projects in Northern Australia over the past four years. end https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/politics/coalitions-failed-fund-facing-5bn-makeover/news-story/7c43f8567765bc4c7d09467e9207698e
mirabeau
17/4/2019
19:31
That ship has already set sail,alexios
hermana3
17/4/2019
11:38
Sorry for o/t guysZENrigging up C37 for sidetrack into oil zone31mmbbl 2P ReservesProducerMcap under £10MShould deliver similar returns to BLOE sidetrack7p minimum Target
alexios1201
04/4/2019
19:06
Voom voom back to drilling finally!
hermana3
04/4/2019
10:49
The engines are roaring HTTP://www.claytonutz.com/knowledge/2019/april/the-countdown-is-on-to-recommence-fracking-in-the-northern-territory
mirabeau
03/4/2019
20:31
Usual ebb and flow of Aussie political heads!!!
hermana3
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