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Hardy Oil & Gas Plc LSE:HDY London Ordinary Share GB00B09MB366 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.00 5.00 6.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -43.2 -58.4 - 4

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11/9/2010
13:27
Yes I'm here but it is quiet! We have now finally turned a small profit since I bought in March and I'll hang about for a bit at least to see what happens next - the crack is quite good too! Upon a hill I saw a coo It's gone awa it's no there noo William McGonagall
ib1905
09/9/2010
19:28
hello...........hello......anybody there?
drachen
01/9/2010
15:06
standtall's message does stand tall (Some three screen's worth on this vdu) But what news does it bring withall That might interest me and you? It tells that they found some gas In some very old old sand As to what will come to pass The DGH will understand. We punters are left all wracked While the government in-trays swell Hardy had their fingers smacked The last time they dared to tell.
atflores
31/8/2010
08:42
DJ Hardy Oil & Gas KGV-D3-W1 Drilling Update TIDMHDY RNS Number : 8476R Hardy Oil & Gas plc 31 August 2010 ? For immediate release 31 August 2010 Hardy Oil and Gas plc ("Hardy" or "the Company") KGV-D3-W1 Drilling Update Hardy Oil and Gas plc (LSE: HDY.L), the oil and gas exploration and production company, with assets predominantly in India, is pleased to announce its fourth successive gas discovery in the exploration block KG-DWN-2003/1 (D3) of NELP-V. The well KGV-D3-W1, the fourth exploration well in this block, was drilled to a total measured depth of 3,501 m at a water depth of 1,653 m. A gross gas pay zone of 37.5m was encountered in Pliocene aged sands. The potential of the pay was evaluated by wire-line based modular pressure testing tool and collection of gas samples. The discovery (Dhirubhai-52) has been notified to Government of India and Directorate General of Hydrocarbons. The potential commerciality of the discovery is being ascertained through more data gathering and analysis. The D3 license, in which the Company holds a 10 percent participating interest and is operated by Reliance, is located in the Krishna Godavari basin on the East Coast of India and covers an area of approximately 3,288km2. Commenting on the well results, Yogeshwar Sharma, Chief Executive Officer of Hardy said: "Four successive discoveries highlight the significant prospectivity of this extensive exploration block. The Krishna Godavari Basin is an emerging world class basin for India. Further exploration drilling is planned in this area and we look forward to continuing to participate in unlocking of the basin's exceptional energy potential." For further information please contact: Hardy Oil and Gas plc 020 7471 9850 Yogeshwar Sharma Dinesh Dattani Arden Partners plc 020 7398 1600 Richard Day Buchanan Communications 020 7466 5000 Mark Edwards/Ben Willey NOTES This update has been approved for issue by Yogeshwar Sharma, Chief Executive Officer of Hardy. Mr. Sharma is a Licenced Professional Engineer in Alberta Canada and a Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. GLOSSARY OF TERMS Reliance Reliance Industries Limited D3 exploration licence KG-DWN-2003/1 km2 square kilometres m metres NOTES TO THE EDITORS Hardy Oil and Gas plc is an upstream international oil and gas company whose assets are principally in India. Its portfolio includes a blend of exploration, appraisal, development, and production assets. Hardy's goal is to evaluate and exploit its asset base with a view to creating significant value for its shareholders. Hardy Oil and Gas plc has existing production from an offshore field in India's Cauvery basin. Hardy also has interests in four offshore exploration blocks in India's Saurashtra, Cauvery, and Krishna Godavari basins, one onshore exploration block in the Assam basin and two development licences in Nigeria. Hardy is incorporated under the laws of the Isle of Man and headquartered in London, UK. Ordinary shares of Hardy were admitted to the Official List and the London Stock Exchange's market for listed securities effective 20 February 2008 under the symbol HDY. The Company's Indian assets are held through the wholly owned subsidiary Hardy Exploration & Production (India) Inc, located in Chennai, India. The Company's Nigerian assets are held through wholly owned subsidiary Hardy Oil Nigeria Limited, located in Lagos, Nigeria. For further information please refer to our website at www.hardyoil.com This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange DRLPBMRTMBJJMLM (END) Dow Jones Newswires 31-08-10 0742GMT
standtall
25/8/2010
14:13
Drachen has spoken But sadly in prose His words are informative And right on the nose. In essence he says That the shortage of rigs Is a 'force majeure' For the oilies on digs. They 'scape the red card The hideous fines In exchange for staying To drill some more times. We all wish them well Them tough roustabouts With their curries and saris And forceful mahouts.
atflores
25/8/2010
13:43
surfer2, re your question about the 3 year drilling moratorium. although the 'holiday' was only granted earlier this year, I believe it actually runs from Jan 1 2008 to Dec 31 2010 and affects 30 blocks awarded in NELP V. basically it is to help companies, such as ONGC and Reliance Industries, from getting huge penalties because they have been unable to meet their work commitments on the blocks. This was due to the earlier worldwide shortage of deep water rigs. As Reliance is the operator of both D3 and D9, I am assuming that the worry of financial penalties has now been lifted from both Reliance and Hardy, with 10 % interest. Certainly both companies appear committed to completing phase one on D3 ( 6 wells) with 3 wells drilled,one pre drilled (G1) and W1 which recommenced drilling earlier this month, and the promise of further wells in the near future. Furthermore ,the drilling programme on D9 should hopefully be recommencing later in the year.
drachen
24/8/2010
13:03
Oh for fuks sake, ive done all i can asked a simple question - is there a drilling ban? quit the poetry and help me out otherwise my investment here will remain at nought
surfer2
23/8/2010
09:23
Oh Zippo, you seem to have no faith, in Hardy's long term gain, do you have something to share, to save me future pain?
silverscoop
23/8/2010
08:40
You will come a cropper since you're asking.
mrzippo
22/8/2010
11:15
Ah, good to see that things don't change, Bikers still complaining. Flores rhyming once again and, look it's started raining. Summer must be over so, back to trading I will go. Buying Hardy off the bottom and waiting for the rise, or will it fall once again, (and cause us no surprise) I'm back in now for the ride, I think it could be choppy. But at least we'll have some rhyming words, to keep us from getting sloppy. Shall I put the cash I've made, betting on BP and Rockhopper, into Hardy and the like, or will I come a cropper?
silverscoop
20/8/2010
15:15
in the results "Drilling Moratorium: The Government of India granted a three year drilling moratorium on all deepwater blocks including D3 and D9 " i thought Most of HDY's upside is from offshore- D3 and D9 ?. Is the moratorium only for submissions from licenseholders for new drills with existing drilling plans made by companies under their existing license conditions unchanged?
surfer2
20/8/2010
12:02
your still on school holidays then.
biker6
18/8/2010
23:19
This will shift but the sooner the better so that i can get away from these awful "poets"
mebz2
18/8/2010
11:39
Some verse in Erse would be the thing To capture the dismal days Of troubles and of waiting Until this spark of hope from out the haze
atflores
17/8/2010
19:27
Yes powerpack, and not a poet in sight. Things are looking good without the verse monkeys.
attilio7
17/8/2010
19:18
Moving up on the quiet
powerpack
12/8/2010
14:17
with the recommencement of drilling of W1 on the D3 block, Iam I right in assuming that that will make 3 wells drilled, 1 drilling , with one suspended? How long have Hardy got to complete the work programme of 6 wells in order to complete phase one of this licence? Would appreciate any info on this.
drachen
11/8/2010
08:21
Ahaaaa some news!!
ib1905
30/7/2010
20:09
I am a day trader, I don't like to pump I never advise on which shares you should dump But here's my opinion, If I may be so bold To suggest that these shares have been over sold OK there's the duster, and now faulty BOP But surely these shares, got to be worth a small pop Don't sell the house, just go raid the kitty And watch these shares soar when there's news from the city
drachen
29/7/2010
15:25
In the HARDY, You can lose money for Free, In the hardy, You can sail across the sea, In the hardy it will never make you rich, Cos the hardy cos the hardy Is a complete and utter stitch.
cockney sparrow
26/7/2010
21:11
All we need is the drilling to resume!
mebz2
19/7/2010
15:08
Oh why was the well suspended? Oh tell me, tell me do. As we patiently await our blow-outs After the share price goes up in a whoo (sh) You tell me they want to prevent this? And put a stop to all of our fun Well Mr Fun D Jockey, let me tell you Legal action has not yet begun. But we surely must sue Transocean For harming our wished-for good mirth They just have no right to stop drilling And leave all that good stuff in the Earth.
atflores
19/7/2010
14:11
Did anyone read why the well was suspended? The rig operator could not test the BOP and obtain a satisfactory result. Deja Vu? Yes it was Transocean again!!!!! Transocean voluntarily stopped on safety grounds and withdrew the rig!!! Well thats at least something. Does BP realise this?? FJ
fundjockey
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