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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
  -0.55 -6.32% 8.15 8.10 8.20 8.50 8.15 8.50 1,371,256 15:26:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -3.0 -0.3 - 80

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22/9/2021
15:31
Chesty how many people you suckered in this yesterday by promoting it across many threads. You could have sold at breakeven, they give a chance to leg it, you take it, as the crash will come.
flash crash
22/9/2021
13:24
Crazy how the market can shake folk out for a few % 17% up yesterday 7% down today I can take that trend if it continues! Be lucky to all Edited: Bid n ask ticking back up a bit....Come on FOG tick back up VELK news tomorrow please!
chesty1
22/9/2021
13:24
Looks like back to normal as traders move on
s34icknote
22/9/2021
09:06
Time will tell Hope so!!
billthebank
22/9/2021
09:00
BOUNCING NOW!
chesty1
22/9/2021
09:00
Farting makes you free but check your carbon footprint not finacial advise
fart_conductor
22/9/2021
08:54
Tree shake time ?
s34icknote
22/9/2021
08:52
Yep, Velkerri is the big one. More than 5 weeks in and it won't cost us a penny.
the sage
22/9/2021
08:43
Anyhoo! Back to FOG, shaking it before the next leg up VELK news due & could be a massive game changer here!
chesty1
22/9/2021
08:31
Not a little one g2 but I get ya!!!
chesty1
22/9/2021
08:11
Morning all Going for a morning dip then fly it blue!
chesty1
22/9/2021
07:22
Thanks Mira,Here's to a lower carbon future and a massive Gas find at Beetaloo. Even them Greens might applaud lol.....
hermana3
22/9/2021
06:03
https://www.appea.com.au/all_news/former-un-advisor-the-beetaloo-basin-will-help-achieve-a-lower-carbon-future/ The Beetaloo Basin has been identified by the Australian Government as a world-class gas resource with the potential to spur downstream manufacturing, deliver cheaper gas to households and industry and supply additional LNG for export. Development of the Beetaloo Basin is a key component in the Northern Territory becoming an Australian and Asian region energy powerhouse. But what would the development of the Beetaloo Basin mean for the environment? We asked Professor Ian Satchwell, an analyst and adviser on economic, industry and infrastructure policy with more than 35 years of experience. The former business advisor to the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific explained that gas will help achieve the transition to a low-carbon future in Australia and the Asian region. “Beetaloo Basin gas, in addition to other onshore and offshore gas, has a very important role to play in customers’ transition to lower carbon energy sources, whether those customers be in Australia or in the Asian region,” he explained. “In thinking about greenhouse gas emissions from gas, we should consider full lifecycle emissions and what fuels gas is substituting. “For example, electricity generators in Australia and Asia can’t go from using a lot of coal-fired power to much greater renewables without gas – it’s what enables that energy transformation. “International Energy Agency forecasts for the global energy mix show that use of gas is expected to rise as a result of the shift to low carbon energy sources.”. “If we examine emissions from the full energy cycle, we quickly realise that without gas, emissions from customer operations will not reduce as quickly as when utilising gas to enable their energy transition, as there are very limited energy and technology alternatives at present.” In addition to the benefits provided by switching from coal-to-gas both domestically and through LNG exports to overseas markets, there is marked potential for development of newer, future-focused industries built around development of the Beetaloo, such as carbon offsets, and carbon capture and sequestration . “Flowing from greater gas production in the Northern Territory are fantastic opportunities for more commercial-scale carbon offsets, land-based sequestration, carbon capture and storage developments Such technologies are expected to achieve considerable scale in the next 10 years, generating jobs and economic development for local communities,” Ian said. Ian emphasises that these developments provide multiple opportunities for Traditional Owners. “Traditional landowners are already using fire management of their country to both aid conservation and earn income through purchase of carbon credits by resources companies. There is much room for expansion of this industry, as well as growth of on-country sequestration in biomass. “The generation of value in all of its dimensions for the nation, the Northern Territory, its communities, businesses and individuals is a vital outcome from gas development. Indigenous communities in particular can derive strong, long term economic and social benefits. “I think the NT as an energy and carbon hub has a very exciting future.”
mirabeau
21/9/2021
18:32
Things could start hottin up here and soon!
chesty1
21/9/2021
16:53
Held on to gains . March on 9p tomorrow
s34icknote
21/9/2021
16:34
Strong late buy coming in ?
s34icknote
21/9/2021
16:29
Finishing very strong!
chesty1
21/9/2021
16:11
Good luck chaps. I took off. Hope it continues all the way to 15p. BR IN BR WE TRUST RED MERCURY CREW
bad robot
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