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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
  0.089 7.94% 1.21 1.216 1.281 1.50 1.134 1.27 44,203,036 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 180.1 -571.1 -31.4 - 24

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15/10/2020
17:27
Hi GHHGHH You are one of the few posters who I believe to have genuine integrity Thank you for that, the feeling is mutual. I'm sorry for coming across as unreasonable and droning on and on and on. I don't intend to be unequivocally hostile. I feel as if I'm expressing an honest but unwelcome opinion in the face of people making unrealistic and over-optimistic comments. I think I said previously that I feel like I've escaped from a burning building and am standing (lightly toasted) on the pavement outside, shouting a warning to those still inside. It feels like there are a lot of folk here shouting advice to those inside to stay inside because the danger will/might pass and even talking about people outside going back in. I've suffered some really awful losses in my time, (SOLG anyone?) where I really wish someone had highlighted the counterfactual to the bull case and made me think a bit more so I'd been moore alive to the risk. I readily admit/accept that the danger might pass. I accept/admit that Hur might recover. But I feel that it's very unlikely and that it is better to face up to reality squarely. Better to survive with a big loss rather than stay and lose 100%. After all if the share price did go back to 10p most people would bail out in a heart beat rather than hang on for the remote chance of making a further multiple, so most long termers would still be taking a substantial loss. The chance of anyone who bought at 20-30-40p ever recovering seems vanishingly small. Having said all that, I hear and respect your comment and do not want to be a pain, so I will stop posting here for the time being. I've probably taken too much band width already and I guess I'm repeating myself. I sincerely hope I'm wrong about the ultimate outcome here. Good luck T PS I still owe you big time for all the great ideas you've brought to my attention over the years and from which I've profited substantially. If we ever meet again in real life I'll have a bottle of something spectacular for you.
tournesol
15/10/2020
15:33
ghhghh 15 Oct '20 - 15:28 - 20643 of 20643 0 1 how do you square this with CA coughing up £3m for more shares? I assume you accept that they have better access to latest data than you? And possibly access to superior technical expertise? ..That is such a naive comment......sort of thing you expect from some folk, surprising that it's you that's made it.
thegreatgeraldo
15/10/2020
15:28
Tournesol Yes, you are quite right and I have already acknowledged that it is possible for some amazing breakthrough to occur and transform H's fortunes. But my judgement of risk/reward is that a favourable outcome here is extremely unlikely. IMHO the most likely outcome is an unfavourable outcome. So how do you square this with CA coughing up £3m for more shares? I assume you accept that they have better access to latest data than you? And possibly access to superior technical expertise? Does this not raise any doubt in your mind? And if yes, why don't you wait for next update before negatively influencing others? You are one of the few posters who I believe to have genuine integrity so I'm surprised that you are adopting such an unequivocal stance.
ghhghh
15/10/2020
15:21
Sun's out sunbeam, maybe a walk outside?
evilblues
15/10/2020
15:19
Incidentally, I do not believe that the "kitchen sinking" by management has been extreme. On the contrary I expect further bad news over the next 12 months. You remember D Rumsfeld's thing about "unknown unknowns". Well when you are trying to do something as revolutionary as FB it is almost inevitable that you will encounter unknown unknowns such as a shallow OWC, unproductive fractures, unstable wells, etc etc etc. Does anyone really think that all the unwelcome surprises have already transpired?
tournesol
15/10/2020
15:14
HiddenD Yes, you are quite right and I have already acknowledged that it is theoretically possible for some amazing breakthrough to occur and transform H's fortunes. But my judgement of risk/reward is that a favourable outcome here is extremely unlikely. IMHO the most likely outcome is an unfavourable outcome. I've had personal experience on many occasions of being in broadly similar situations. I can't remember many times they ended well. My own feeling is that investors who behave as if their share certificates were lottery tickets with a tiny chance of a brilliant outcome tend to do badly. Usually a company whose fortunes have gone bad, continues to do badly until the bitter end. Most lottery tickets do not win. I resolved years ago that in future I would not continue to bet on a share when the odds were clearly unfavourable. I've never regretted that.
tournesol
15/10/2020
13:19
Mr Bernstein cant resist an irrational down day.
leoneobull
15/10/2020
13:13
2m buy @2.5p wow. Surely not a coincidence so soon after 1 trade
gah123
15/10/2020
12:39
Solan PMO Vs. HUR Lancaster 14500 one well, solan drilled twice now produce 10ks previously was down to 1.5ks
leoneobull
15/10/2020
12:07
tournesol15 Oct '20 - 08:20 - 20623 of 20633 This made me LOL, "You're in denial" We are at 2.5p!! I think that bus departed long ago.
m5
15/10/2020
12:06
Sweet Christmas, thank you the Almighty for telling Kai, Hur was not do or die shares. It's a die or die slowly share. This share Gambling malarkey is very dangerous, worst than online roulette. Staying safe in my dojo now. CK
cobra kai
15/10/2020
11:54
I guess the shorts can take it as low as they please, there is zilch resistance. Absolutely none.
jibba jabber
15/10/2020
11:52
Oh dear oh dear, the sells just keep raining down, looked oversold but no, not the case.
jibba jabber
15/10/2020
11:37
Trice done a splendid job here hasn't he? Bravo.
jibba jabber
15/10/2020
11:34
1 share trade for the believers. Rns could be in it's way. All risk pretty much priced in now so any positive development could result in a significant move north.
gah123
15/10/2020
11:24
ghhghh 15 Oct '20 - 11:10 - 20628 of 20628 0 0 0 If the 58m C2 can be proven up, then shares appear cheap. Clearly that potential has value, how much value hinges on the risking you apply. ....Seems pretty likely the barrels are there....the questions are how many are technically recoverable & how many economically recoverable. In the technical review RNS, HUR qualified their contingent resources with the rather scary note - " Does not include any economic limit test". So questions remain. Did the EPS strike it lucky with a decent well connected fracture? What will it cost to try & produce those contingent resources & where's the money coming from? How will they know before committing to a well(s) to tap the contingent that it's being drilled into a productive section?
thegreatgeraldo
15/10/2020
11:10
If the 58m C2 can be proven up, then shares appear cheap. Clearly that potential has value, how much value hinges on the risking you apply. Attempting to risk HUR pre the comprehensive update is a complete waste of time. The Bulls are relying on CA's expertise, director buying (better than nothing but fairly inconsequential) and the hope that last update was a 'kitchen sinker'. All the Bear concerns are well known (including to CA!) and hinge on next update.....
ghhghh
15/10/2020
10:54
That depends my dear Tournesol how far you believe the full kitchen sinking
leoneobull
15/10/2020
09:48
The dynamic new BOD are really earning their salaries, although I'm fairly certain my children's pet hamster could destroy the share price slightly slower than they are. Cheaper remuneration required as well...
lovewinshatelosses
15/10/2020
08:48
Oil price over 43 now, can't be long before trend reversal. Hur profitable and generating decent cash flow at current levels.
gah123
15/10/2020
08:20
Leo Your prior post listed the assets you thought they had. The 58m is just potential. It's a bit like the billions of bbls of resources only much less concrete. It's simply a wet finger in the air. And the hand to which the finger belongs has a disastrous record of identifying potential that isn't real. You're in denial.
tournesol
15/10/2020
07:50
Tournesol. And the 58m they want to go after? "I suspect that Lancaster 6 is the single most prolific well to date WoS, if not on the entire UKCS". ADUK
leoneobull
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