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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
  0.236 5.74% 4.35 4.202 4.35 4.44 3.946 4.05 12,512,793 12:09:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 170.3 -1.8 3.0 1.5 87

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22/10/2020
20:06
All will transpire in good time...in the meantime lets hope Hur generates surpulus, at least breaks even, Well 6 continues to produce and Lanc is being replenished with oil from the wider area. Lets also hope oil prices recover to what Goldman Sachs predict, the corp bond ceases to be so significant...etc. etc. Also if there were just under10.8 m sold and just over 4m shares bought...where have the shares gone...or are the buys and sells more even than the contrived spread disguises. In which case, who is buying, and who is selling? In the meantime be thankful Hur does not have billions of debt, nor is losing every quarter...
mhin2
22/10/2020
19:38
CA sherholders latestchanges - I wonder if Bernstein did not invite them in - to band together (under his leadership) with combined power to do some larger projects like HUR? or he is under attack who knows -all options open
kaos3
22/10/2020
18:50
I am a holder and also topped up this morning that said i find it strange on why CA haven't continued to buy when they was happy to buy at 3p plus
sirmark
22/10/2020
18:48
Leoneobull 22 Oct '20 - 18:38 - 20747 of 20749 0 0 0 Gerald. I'm exceptionally busy working long hours ...So what. Still doesn't explain what the following nonsense was about. .......... eoneobull 22 Oct '20 - 18:05 - 20744 of 20749 0 0 1 Gerald. 14500 from a single well? Dont tell me there's little oil there. ....No idea what prompted the above bizarre outbiurst.
thegreatgeraldo
22/10/2020
18:36
thx again laser...where do you get the info?
mhin2
22/10/2020
18:14
Not to mention Foinaven which was the first wos frontier producer 1997, was BP biggest earner in the UK at one time but BP does not appear to promote the information too much as they never were the duty holder
d1nga
22/10/2020
17:38
Gerald. I'm exceptionally busy working long hours. I dont have time to take it up with HUR, not right now . I have however spoken with HUR directly in the recent past. I'm simply asking has anybody else spoken to them post September 11th ?
leoneobull
22/10/2020
17:28
Lincoln well co ordinates 60°07.102 003°55.085 Grampian sovereign last update 6 hrs ago 60.10.3242 3.53.0719 Remotely Operated Vehicle on board so looks likely lincoln pressure being checked over
laserdisc
22/10/2020
17:19
eoneobull 22 Oct '20 - 18:05 - 20744 of 20744 0 0 0 Gerald. 14500 from a single well? Dont tell me there's little oil there Not really sure what you're refering to, not for the fist time. Amyway. this is what the company say, ..."remaining 2P reserves at 1 September 2020 are estimated at 9.4 MMbbls (subject to economic limit test)...." If you don't like it, take it up with HUR. You'll note that what they're calling 2P reserves are quite heavily qualified. Again, take it up with the company.
thegreatgeraldo
22/10/2020
17:05
Gerald. 14500 from a single well? Dont tell me there's little oil there. There must be something they can do with an intervention....
leoneobull
22/10/2020
17:03
Has anybody actually spoken to HUR since the kitchen sink RNS? It would be useful to know how they intend to restore shareholder value.
leoneobull
22/10/2020
15:25
Where else can you double your money in a week?
encarter
22/10/2020
15:21
HD- I heard about huge oil reserves WoS in 1995. I was told it was massive, and would only need the technology to lift it. That was a BP rep told me that. I can’t think he got it wrong too. It’s been talked about for a long time. Whiteduke- yep. I became an RKH holder because of Des. Luckily I sold out the day they made that deal with PMO- at £3 a share.It was a stinking deal. I said so then. It’s fallen ever since. All Aim shares are a punt IMHO. No matter what research you do- or what events/news/deals are made- the share price never seems to follow any predictable pattern. But I am happy to take that punt- aware that I can always lose. GLA
agnabeya
22/10/2020
15:01
I'm not worried about selling unless it's Kerogen as the question is then who beyond CA will fund them. I suppose the 9 major bondholders is the other possibility...if they convert the bonds for equity or agree to renegotiate and postpone the bonds.
leoneobull
22/10/2020
14:55
Disillusionment is not.yet complete? It has fallen from 45p to 2.5p HD. Now it's a hit or bust as I believe the common vernacular goes :)
leoneobull
22/10/2020
10:35
Just a matter of time before a positive update on operations. With a new CEO in place Crystal Amber are not buying for the fun of it. All bad news already priced in, significant upside from current levels.
gah123
22/10/2020
09:59
"DES reverse miracle of turning oil to water" This brings back memories,i too was invested there,the share was always known for the oily penguins washed up rumours at the time,total tripe but amazingly believable at the time lol if someone could correct me if im wrong but are DES the reason i got Rockhopper shares in the very bottom of my draw? HUR my second biggest (paper) loss ever ,not selling now, in my PF of around 18 funds and equity (bottom draw aside)they rank around 16th of importance to me at this moment in time, but it fing hurts all the same GLA
whitedukejay
22/10/2020
09:29
agnabeya - "...but I cannot believe both RPS and dr Trice got their sums so wrong." I couldn't agree more. And therein lies the bull case. Still watching and waiting though. I suspect disillusionment is not yet complete. It'll feel strange to make a hefty profit next time around on a 3p share price having taken a massive hit on selling at, on average, around 11p.
hiddendepths
22/10/2020
09:00
Aye agna, lots of peeps lost a lump during the DES reverse miracle of turning oil to water, me included. Well done for dipping out in time, this game is like the film "Sliding Doors", just more about luck these days.
scaleyman
22/10/2020
07:49
Loads of sells this morning. I picked up some :( not sure it was my best decision but average down.
sirmark
22/10/2020
07:24
take your point soldier....lets hope for better days ahead
mhin2
22/10/2020
07:15
Thank you laserdisc for your reply and info to my original question re well 7 z. i note that the water cut is 57% before shutting in. i had one poster renowned for their negativity say that it was watered out, which i presume meant that the water cut was 100% so 57% is hardly watered out but is in fact very commercial.
mcdonaldg
22/10/2020
07:05
Thanks for the indepth reply. I know exactly what you have said is true. I am well researched here for years.That wasn't what i was responding to though. I am in here for 89k pounds which i have written off in my head. Biggest trading loss i have ever made. I don't watch the share price much now as far too much recovery needed for me and too deep to sell. All that is my fault, too close and too emotional.The point being, if i was a new invester i would not take a punt. I would invest else where with just as high a reward if not more but with less risk. Sinse i stopped putting time ans effort into HUR i have clawed back my losses else where and more.Unless you are trading these of course it's different.
soilderboy
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