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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  0.086 2.09% 4.20 4.102 4.138 4.44 3.946 4.05 24,166,526 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 170.3 -1.8 3.0 1.4 84

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14/10/2020
07:07
Looking good today
gah123
14/10/2020
07:00
Significant hydrocarbons. Iant that what we discovered at Lancaster, Halifax etc. ?
leoneobull
14/10/2020
06:53
Anyone selling now is bonkers. Next update will be the turning point and re-rate back to 4-5p IMO.
gah123
14/10/2020
06:22
Somehow I strongly feel that the sellers here will begin to regret selling HUR very soon and before year end, IMOO of course, and awaiting for official updates here as too much unsubstantiated information seems to be flying around at the moment. GLA
bearnecessities33
13/10/2020
20:31
Navion oceania has arrived WILLHELMSHAVEN corvin tug now in attendance on jetty Altogether there are three jetties with a total transfer capacity (turnover rate) of 40,000 cubic metres per hour. This capacity is divided between two jetties using which 12,000 m³/h can be transferred and one large jetty, which can deliver the crude oil at a rate of 16,000 m³/h. The tankers pump the oil ashore using the ship’s on-board pumps via the jetties with their marine loading arms and into NWO’s storage tanks, meaning that the actual rate of delivery depends on the capacity of the respective tanker’s pumps. As a rule, the bigger a tanker is, the higher the capacity of its pumps, meaning that the average unloading time of around 24 hours is hardly ever exceeded, even in the case of large tankers. Not only the rate of unloading but also the draught possible and thus the size of ship vary from jetty to jetty. Ships with a carrying capacity of up to 130,000 tonnes and with a draught of up to 15.4 m can moor at the two smaller ones. something to watch time in port so tomorrow afternoon we should know
laserdisc
13/10/2020
19:02
Wow Crazy share. Me and my mate took off. I sold at 3.32p and my mate offloaded I believe in a few chunks of 500K above 3.4p. Thanks almighty for that lucky escape. We are hiding in our dojo now. This share was our first share gambling exercise. It's been a testing time for us. CK
cobra kai
13/10/2020
14:16
Been blue on numerous occasions today, here's hoping for a blue finish here and decent rally thereafter for the rest of the week being this extremely undervalued at the moment IMO, fingers crossed.
valueinvestor17
13/10/2020
10:43
Jibber:....................then you obviously weren't looking at 09.57:28
canetois
13/10/2020
08:19
Every time i look at this it's red, the worst performer on the market ever!!!
jibba jabber
13/10/2020
04:54
Yes Pro, we all know about the WC and the flowing bottom hole pressure. And the water injector and we are waiting to here more on the remediation plan. The point was simply a bit of sarcasm that the slightest bit of positive news gets dismissed by several here...
leoneobull
13/10/2020
04:51
Positive as in writing off over a thousand feet of the oil column, first up..?
linz22
13/10/2020
04:08
Good to note that Antony Maris as new HUR CEO, so far does seem to be making a really positive impact.
onlylongterm9
13/10/2020
03:25
I thought the maximum crude storage capacity of the AM was around 605,000 bbls.. There are also a couple of very small slops tank that add another 10,000 or so that could perhaps be used for additional storage, and they could have also offloaded the oil that was produced whilst offloading... so in theory they COULD have offloaded the 600k+ bbls... But I can't see they would plan to completely fill the tanks to the gunnels before offloading - any delays and they would have to shut in the well, which isn't something you plan to do unless absolutely necessary (e.g. in an emergency, or reluctantly for a proving test). Do we still have "our man in R'dam" to confirm the actual offload there..?
steve73
13/10/2020
02:39
Leoneobull.... Why would a production figure in line with the company recent RNS bopd figure "annoy the critics".? We all know Lancaster is producing, the question is for how long and at what decline rate. The December bopd and water cut figures will be the ones to watch...
pro_s2009
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
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