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
  -0.14p -0.33% 41.90p 42.00p 42.10p 43.24p 41.88p 43.24p 6,825,099 11:24:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -7.0 -0.5 - 820.91

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/11/2018
15:53
AM making good headway and KANE possibly get ahead of schedule.
gary38
18/11/2018
15:42
careful enfranglais He'll trump you (oh, what a poor choice of word) with his dyslexia card.
lfdkmp
18/11/2018
15:16
AM travelling at 8.4kn and about to pass Porto
bountyhunter
18/11/2018
15:03
gary, the 80 year old destroyer of the English language probably does not need to know which side of the bed to get out of, as he is probably bed bound, which might explain the quantity of his high handed posts - plonker!!!!!!!!!!!
enfranglais
18/11/2018
14:40
Ffs whiteslice get over yourself.
fatnacker
18/11/2018
11:09
fatnackered - That's twice this morning you've got my goat. Puffet doing his best to share information to others and Rotherham may have it'd problems but I am in my right mind and have been there many times to visit friends and family. Filtered.
whiteslice
18/11/2018
10:45
well spotted rhomboid (who in their right mind would want to go to Rotherham) I could offer a weaselly excuse like I was typing on my phone and the predictive texts a little over zealous but I hold my hands up.
fatnacker
18/11/2018
10:33
Given the importance of the AM & the difficulty inherent in reaching landlocked Rotherham I’d hope the pilot is still on board🤔
rhomboid
18/11/2018
10:03
In fact bocase, puffet posted the ship was leaving that morning only after the destination changed to Rotterdam on ship finder, the information was already in the public domain, I'll say no more on the subject for now.
fatnacker
18/11/2018
09:48
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9T4dGAxtO0
footloose2
18/11/2018
09:45
That is debatable as AM left in the afternoon not in the morning( as we know previous departures of AM) plus the whole concept of a mole on board and Fatnackers concerns.I think you should come on board and ask Puffet to explain what works will take 2 weeks to be completed in Rotterdam.
gary38
18/11/2018
09:34
Fatnacker: The problem is, if I was Puffet I would be thinking, 'sod them! I am not posting again', so in the absence of any evidence of Puffet's lack of credibility, you do us all a dis-service and it is not a reasonable question. I think it would be right and polite to give a source the benefit of the doubt until proven otherwise. He was after all, spot on, regarding the departure from Gib.
bocase
18/11/2018
09:10
whiteslice, I've seen posters appear with seemingly inside information before and news hungry shareholders hanging onto their every word, everything posted so far was already in the public domain, I'm simply asking a reasonable question which would establish the posters credibility or not.
fatnacker
18/11/2018
08:59
No disrespect, but l think he got out on the right side of the bed.
gary38
18/11/2018
08:53
fatnacker - "no disrespect" but have you got out of the wrong side of the bed this morning..?
whiteslice
18/11/2018
08:42
Questioning Puffets inside info story is the right thing for this board to do to keep it credible instead off blindly following any statement he makes.The next questioning should focus on his statement that AM will stay in Rotterdam for two weeks.Lets hope that Puffet can ask his mole on board to lay out works to be carry out that takes that length of time.
gary38
18/11/2018
08:17
dcarn, indeed, bay of gib.
fatnacker
18/11/2018
08:13
from the gib gov site "Pilotage Compulsory on arrival and for berthing, unberthing and shifting anchorage. Vessels at anchor may leave without a pilot."
fatnacker
18/11/2018
08:11
My understanding is it was at Algeciras anchorage.
dcarn
18/11/2018
08:10
just looked at that site bocase, click the "services" link and scroll down the list.
fatnacker
18/11/2018
08:06
bocase, there's no requirement for a pilot when exiting gib anchorage, incoming yes but not exiting.
fatnacker
18/11/2018
07:53
Fatnacker: No disrespect but...from the website of Gibraltarpilots.com..."Gibraltar is the gateway to the Mediterranean and is adjacent to one of the most important shipping lanes in the world. Currently there are seven pilots and three high-speed boats in our fleet to assist in serving the vessels visiting Gibraltar. We are a self-administrating company, regulated by the Government of Gibraltar. Gibraltar Pilots have been serving the port of Gibraltar since the 1800's. If you are about to or are considering entering Gibraltar waters or the port of Gibraltar then please check the services page for a more detailed look at what we can offer you and your vessel."
bocase
18/11/2018
07:39
Puffet, no disrespect and don't take this as a snipe but why would the AM's departure be delayed waiting for the pilot when there's no requirement for one when exiting gib anchorage?
fatnacker
18/11/2018
07:15
Plenty of competition for oil assets. Bodes well for HUR when the time comes. www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/sir-jim-ratcliffes-ineos-eyes-3bn-swoop-on-north-sea-oil-fields-kl3m32jxm "Britain’s richest man is in talks over an audacious deal to expand his growing oil and gas empire. Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s company, Ineos, is understood to be in exclusive talks to buy $3bn (£2.3bn) of North Sea oil and gas fields being sold by the US giant Conoco Phillips. Conoco last week said it was marketing the assets, including stakes in the Clair field west of Shetland and the Teesside oil terminal, after an “unsolicited offer”. Ineos is believed to have put down a deposit in return for three months’ exclusivity on the package. HSBC and Citigroup are said to have been lined up to provide financing. Other players expected to take an interest if the Ineos talks fall through include private equity firms Neptune and Chrysaor. Conoco’s sale comes amid an accelerating change of guard in the North Sea, with bigger companies selling out to smaller players more willing to eke out what is left in the dwindling basin. US giant Chevron and its French rival Total are also putting assets worth billions of dollars up for sale, sparking potentially fierce competition among buyers. A bid for Conoco’s assets would be his second try: he made an audacious $2bn takeover bid for its UK business in 2016, but it was knocked back amid a shake-up in Conoco’s boardroom. Ratcliffe, 65, made his name building Ineos, which makes chemicals. He topped The Sunday Times Rich List last year, with a fortune calculated at £21bn. He is also creating a new off-road vehicle modelled on the Land Rover Defender and made an unsuccessful £2bn bid to buy Chelsea FC from Roman Abramovich in July."
bocase
17/11/2018
21:30
AM making good head way approaching Lisbon at 9.7knts just over 8 days from Rotterdam.
gary38
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