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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
  -0.22p -0.44% 49.42p 49.64p 49.76p 50.90p 49.38p 50.40p 9,152,810 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -7.0 -0.5 - 968.24

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/1/2019
10:28
re the costs presently I thought Bluewater picks up the tab until first oil appears
laserdisc
20/1/2019
10:20
interesting laserdisc but can't see the actual amount on a quick scan, I'm confident that Dr.T has this all as part of the long term plan though especially as he has said H1 for first oil which allows plenty of time
bountyhunter
20/1/2019
10:11
Bountyhunter 19/12 charge documentation HTTPS://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10649779/charges
laserdisc
20/1/2019
10:02
Good point LL, in answer to my own question... Aoka Mizu. The Aoka Mizu is the seventh Bluewater designed, built, owned and operated Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) installation. It is currently on contract to Hurricane Energy plc for the early production system (EPS) on the Lancaster field, west of Shetland. Edit, TG, a general comment on the costs, the points being made here by a number of us relate to controlling costs so quite worthy of discussion in that context imho
bountyhunter
20/1/2019
10:02
I hate to say this to all of you - and please don't take it personally, but if you do want the share price to fall tomorrow, just keep talking about the increased costs and speculating on what may have gone wrong. It may not affect the market per se, but I'm sure that there are traders around who will be very pleased to have the opportunity to make some money.
the guardian
20/1/2019
10:00
Who are the owners of the AM?
bountyhunter
20/1/2019
09:57
I believe the vessel is under the control of the owners for decisions regarding safety etc and not HUR. In normal lease agreements the rental begins with the change over from a vessel to a fixed platform.
lunanlodge
20/1/2019
09:55
That's sounds cheap in comparison with the daily costs suggested in the Pellegrino video, but yes multiply even that figure by ten and not insignificant. In the Pellegrino case the costs would have been higher of course due to the involvement of tugs and also due to the location.
bountyhunter
20/1/2019
09:52
Yes, $150000 a day soon adds up
fatnacker
20/1/2019
09:51
Yes FN that was another thing that struck me in the Peregrine video - the high total cost per day of all vessels and crew for each day of waiting around on station. No point until everything is right for another attempt.
bountyhunter
20/1/2019
09:44
It might simply be that the standby vessels are on a premium rate when on station.
fatnacker
20/1/2019
09:42
Bountyhunter: Yes that is logical. They could also have been trying to fix something themselves of course whilst AM was meandering around. As you say, all guesswork and may be clarified tomorrow.
bocase
20/1/2019
09:30
bocase, yes the possibility that something has come to light requiring minor repairs/adjustments occurred to me as well but if that was the case surely they would have come straight back to Cromerty yesterday? all guesswork of course but no reason not to discuss; the pause for several hours yesterday could well have been to allow time for a conference call with management and onsure experts to relay information and make a decision based on all considerations including weather forecasts of course
bountyhunter
20/1/2019
09:27
Better to wait a few weeks than damage something that could take six months to repair. Well done all the guys aboard AM. At least you made the effort.
the guardian
20/1/2019
09:26
It seems slightly strange to me that they are not staying on location for another attempt Thursday/Friday when the swell height is within bounds. After all whilst wind and waves are increasing it is not going to be really bad out there. Maybe they need a bit of work done, to the crane for example or other engineering work to enable hook up. They are certainly making fast progress as though they are in a hurry. Pure speculation of course but does seem a bit odd.
bocase
20/1/2019
09:15
Yes and practice makes perfect, so no reason for undue concern since as the crew gain experience the chances of a successful hookup improve so we will just have to await the next weather window. I'm sure Dr Trice factored this in when he forecast first oil for H1 (not Q1) so plenty of time yet. In the Peregrine video it struck me how reluctant the crew were to go ahead with the final stage of winching the buoy into place unless everything was perfect due to the risk of damaging the seal (which would put things back by several months). For anyone who has not yet viewed this video it's well worth watching (you will need a spare 45 minutes!)... Https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3v3pp8
bountyhunter
20/1/2019
09:09
well there you go, third time lucky It is then, on the plus side if the share price drops in the morning I'll buy a few more
fatnacker
20/1/2019
08:52
Wrong thread.
fireplace22
20/1/2019
08:38
puffet. Nothing to report this morning? Having a lie-in this perhaps? Hope the crew of AM aren’t doing the same thing.
altom
20/1/2019
08:25
Much more optimism on oil price, which I suspect will keep the HUR share price well supported whilst we wait for progress towards FOIL. Https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-01-18/oil-gloom-turns-to-boom-as-china-and-fed-allay-worst-fears
bocase
20/1/2019
08:05
FOIL H1 not Q1
gary38
20/1/2019
07:21
I doubt opinions expressed on this thread or any other thread for that matter as any discernible or noticeable effect on the share prices of any listed company. People feel the urge to solidify their thoughts through the medium of type and they do so using these forums. It's all healthy interaction and allows investors and traders to feel involved in the company's operations Getting a feel for how the company goes about its business is essential to investing success. Knowing what makes management tick is vital to maximising the value of your equity investment All opinions are worthy opinions
mirabeau
20/1/2019
01:32
Having worked in the North Sea for many years it became apparent very early to me that we are only humble visitors when offshore and that the Sea state & wind conditions can change within a very short period, for what it’s worth I believe that this is what happened and perhaps a judgement to abhort was made as per risk assessment!
realalemadrid
20/1/2019
00:27
Don't think the oil has disappeared has it ? Expectation is hook up and first oil in Q1, so they have another 10 weeks to go to be "on target". How you view these situations depends on whether you are invested or just short term trading. .
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