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Hurricane Energy Plc 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
  0.056 1.43% 3.966 3.968 4.048 4.20 3.912 3.95 18,250,412 15:36:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 170.3 -1.8 3.0 1.3 79

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12/10/2020
21:11
frank...surplus cash fine, but I am not convinced that the field is not being replenished from the extensive connections....in that case the remedial action may not be so clear cut, nor so imminent...lets see what happens. I thought 14,500 bopd under natural flow was absolutely fine....plenty of safety before beak-even.
mhin2
12/10/2020
21:04
mhin2: they need as much cash as possible now for any worthwhile remedial work to be carried out next summer. Without that we are screwed.
fat frank
12/10/2020
20:44
The issue is not how much Lanc has produced (we know it produces). But whether it is a) sustainable, and for how long b) price of POO c) other potential producers d) whether the models can be refined, extrapolated and applied by HUR (or whether others will buy the asset, data and research on the cheap) Hur has gone from high risk to low risk and back to high risk... I remain invested, and for still for the long term...although watching to see if I should lower my average or cut losses. I reckon we should know in the new year, by that time there will be no gag on Dr T....I look forward to what he might have to say. As to oil production, I feel Hur should just produce enough to break even/generate sufficient cash for plans but keep potential production for a better oil price environ.
mhin2
12/10/2020
20:22
600ks plus would really annoy the BB sceptics. Bring it on !
leoneobull
12/10/2020
19:06
Frank says Rotterdam previous job was unloading Glen Lyon. Prior to departing to Lancaster when in port last week it was showing a draft of 13.2 at berth HTTPS://www.jade-dienst.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Bilder/hafenbericht/hafenbericht.pdf May be able to see what berth it enters on arrival berth 4.. max 350 BP Europe SE. HTTP://www.energy-oil-gas.com/2011/02/28/nord-west-oelleitung-gmbh/ HTTPS://www.hesinternational.eu/hes-wilhelmshaven-tank-terminal
laserdisc
12/10/2020
18:55
Looks like the monster well is producing a hell of a lot of oil!
gregpeck7
12/10/2020
18:54
Thanks laser, I'm intrigued by the agents posting of 85,000t - surely that's by far the biggest loadout so far? Maybe they're trying to give us die hard optimists a bit of cheer!!
fat frank
12/10/2020
18:49
Thanks Frank 25,000 is reasonable and thats not running pumps at full capacity ,think in the past i was using 20,000 per hr . Its only figures but seems we are def between 480,000 to the 600,000 giving a reasonable assumption to times on station and pump offload capacities
laserdisc
12/10/2020
18:32
From Bluewater website: Processing Capacities Fluid capacity 35,000 bpd Crude 30,000 bpd Produced water (max) 55,000 bwpd Oil content water discharged < 30 ppm Gas (max) 35 MMscfd Offloading (max) 33,000 bbls/hr Looks like 85,000t is feasible within the timeframe using 25,000 bbls/hr discharge rate 600,000bbl would be nice - what's that, 13,000 bopd production?
fat frank
12/10/2020
17:25
approx Timeframe of events i know it was on station at 7am Sat it left at 4pm Sunday, flare was showing Sat afternoon . It certainly was 24hrs offloading could have been more, these approx times allow more than a good timeframe for the the safety checks something like 9hrs usually needs max 3 hrs weather dependent
laserdisc
12/10/2020
17:20
Laser: Also looks like she is heading for WILLHELMSHAVEN this time.
fat frank
12/10/2020
16:44
agent is saying 85000 mt i see the tanker has adjusted draft again now showing 12.7m i will have a look later this one would be biggest offload ever if its 85000 mt , at this stage it needs to be treated with caution the tonnage quoted, i have not been around today to follow or calculate , i now i see missdosh has also reported this on lse
laserdisc
12/10/2020
16:44
Jibber Jabber: No, but you can roll it in glitter!!!
fat frank
12/10/2020
15:40
Use of digital twins is a good start. Innovation baby. Maybe they could also use AI to probe where best to put the WI?!https://www.energyvoice.com/oilandgas/north-sea/271285/aoka-mizu-nerves-of-steel/
leoneobull
12/10/2020
15:24
The best is yet to come....
leoneobull
12/10/2020
14:07
sloppyg 12 Oct '20 - 14:55 - 20553 of 20553 0 1 0 thegreatgeraldo12 Oct '20 - 14:00 - 20552 of 20552 Sorry, too many pointless one liners on this thread. If somebody spends a bit of time putting a post together, I tend to assume it's a cut & paste! .....the irony is not lost ! >>>>> Pithy one liner rather makes my point. Feel free to keep dodging the issue about the value of ring-fenced tax losses.... the matter is a bit of a side issue which rather distracts from HUR's underlying fundies. Like CA's "residual oil below the OWC", a straw to clutch at.
thegreatgeraldo
12/10/2020
13:55
thegreatgeraldo12 Oct '20 - 14:00 - 20552 of 20552 Sorry, too many pointless one liners on this thread. If somebody spends a bit of time putting a post together, I tend to assume it's a cut & paste! .....the irony is not lost !
sloppyg
12/10/2020
13:00
Sorry, too many pointless one liners on this thread. If somebody spends a bit of time putting a post together, I tend to assume it's a cut & paste!
thegreatgeraldo
12/10/2020
12:46
geraldo, Post 20542 - I wrote it, it's not a cut & paste. If it's any comfort to you, I took some license in creating a totally fictitious discussion. Happy?
jacks13
12/10/2020
12:37
Do you ever get days where buyers outnumber sellers here? Asking for a mate.
jibba jabber
12/10/2020
12:31
Post 20542 - you wrote it, it's not a cut & paste?
thegreatgeraldo
12/10/2020
12:26
The requirement for the commitment wells arose out of the Lancaster and Lincoln P1368 licence extension discussions, first reported in December 2019. But again I expect you know that. So, what's your point?
jacks13
12/10/2020
11:57
Your post or a cut & paste? If a cut & paste, what's the source?
thegreatgeraldo
12/10/2020
11:50
The rns said sub-vertical... but you know that. What's your point?
jacks13
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