Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hurricane Energy LSE:HUR London Ordinary Share GB00B580MF54 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.25p +4.13% 31.50p 31.75p 32.00p 34.00p 30.75p 31.00p 28,065,719 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -4.7 0.1 450.0 617.15

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/9/2017
20:36
Yep a few of us do! My kids are almost!
davidblack
26/9/2017
20:21
I wish I was in my mid-thirties tomorrow.
jacks13
26/9/2017
20:15
Odd you held on Jack and then sold on a nibble higher? But good luck for your new home for your funds.
davidblack
26/9/2017
18:53
Or is there news coming?
zztop
26/9/2017
18:52
Kirk I dunno about that...
zztop
26/9/2017
18:38
Hearing these will be mid 30s tomorrow
kirk 6
26/9/2017
18:14
Jack. Goodbye. At last
shakudo1
26/9/2017
16:47
UT trade 0.5m at 31.50p, clearly a lot of soft holders cleared out today. 25m traded at 4.30pm
davidblack
26/9/2017
16:44
Hey Jack that's fine, a couple of years for a ten bagger seems a fair trade?
davidblack
26/9/2017
16:00
Nice rise. No-one is going do a TO, not until they know it flows for more than a couple of days, IMO. Some ii just bought a few, that all- (on the back of the last RNS and the recent PoO rise perhaps)
nicebut
26/9/2017
15:53
Or £3?
davidblack
26/9/2017
15:49
so does this latest RNS mean this dog share might get put out of its misery and taken over.I would take 70p all day long. 32p, i ask you. Idiots.
jackthecat
26/9/2017
15:37
Scooby I think what big oil is really offloading is potential liabilities on the pipelines east of Aberdeen. Forget about the oil issues and think about risk, selling those tail liabilities that might come back to bite you is very big oil company. I see big oil selling up in the old North Sea as them freeing up management, capital and reducing contingent liabilities to focus on future oil provinces. Whether WOS actually becomes one of those provinces is substantially down to the Lancaster FPSO.
davidblack
26/9/2017
15:32
I can see your point there but that index is a little to some of us sat in GMT plus 3 here in Chile. I will work up to that later in the day. My preference being to follow the local Carmenera or Pinot indexes.
davidblack
26/9/2017
15:29
DavidBlack - an FPSO for 3 months, really? You might have noticed that big oil are abandoning ship in UKCS infrastructure - even then, infrastructure to where? SVT under Enquest operation with declining E shetland production won't be cheap. If BP can make schiehallion work using an fpso for the next 25 years this'll be hurricanes best bet. There's a pretty active pool of offloading tankers working the area now.
scoobydoo99
26/9/2017
15:29
hiddendepths - Hilarious, the only things keeping the UK economy going at the mo are money printing, very slack monetary policy, very slack fiscal policy & immigration. Of course, we had a sterling crisis last year in the brexit aftermath. Naturally, those of a tory bent will point out that the growth without productivity gains we've seen in most of the last 7 years is due to some brilliant tory handling of the economy ;-#)))
thegreatgeraldo
26/9/2017
15:20
David - coffee is not an index I track; I stick to the more volatile ASX (Alcoholic Stock Exchange). Great for trading and getting into fights.
terry hardacre
26/9/2017
15:19
If we get stagflation from a Labour government you'll be doing well to get a cup of coffee for £6 from Costa. Actually, stagflation would be a relatively benign result - high inflation and a severe recession amid a sterling crisis would be more likely. I'm such an optimist!
hiddendepths
26/9/2017
15:10
Lime cordial sounds a decent downside against bitter by my reckoning. I was hoping for £3 a share which would buy me a cup of coffee at Costa. Is that too much to ask for three years hence?
davidblack
26/9/2017
15:10
Buy any dips
nw99
26/9/2017
14:45
1solon - you might want to delta hedge your order from the bar; I can offer you a can of Tesco Bitter guaranteed now, or you can go long and hold out for a bottle of Chambertin but risk winding up with a half of lime cordial.
terry hardacre
26/9/2017
14:01
An interesting idea. For me I expect the FPSO to produce for three months and then a big JV with a major. For me Shell or BP would benefit from control of the pipeline infrastructure as a way to get a slice of other WOS plays that look juicy and require access to those pipelines. Just my view of course but it would probably sit well with both the Scottish and Uk Governments if a UK major had control of that key pipeline infrastructure. As for Hurricane it could then actively look to turn 1bn into 10bn if the drill is kind. Oh and much less attractive JV terms on GWA etc should keep the upside leverage in place for Hurricane.
davidblack
26/9/2017
13:36
On BBC news http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-41400204
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