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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
  -0.146 -5.36% 2.58 2.538 2.62 2.798 2.52 2.80 23,173,173 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 170.3 -1.8 3.0 0.9 51

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01/11/2020
18:44
It’s fascinating to read agnabeya’s critique of government policy in managing a totally unprecedented national crisis, and to conclude it’s directed by an effort organised around the principal of letting the weakest perish. Who is guilty of the greater act of depravity here? The accuser or the accused? Given that he demonstrates a smug know-it-all self-satisfaction borne of total ignorance, I’d say his continued survival somewhat contradicts his claim that the government is gunning for the stupidest in society.
amr20l7
01/11/2020
18:00
MMS keep sweeping the legs folks. I am staying safe in my Dojo, I will get a bloody nose this time if I enter the ring. I will have to let the Senseis here do battle and I learn their Art. Kai Strike First Strike Hard No Mercy,
cobra kai
01/11/2020
14:07
Just my tuppence worth for Monday.
ngms27
01/11/2020
12:09
Agnabeya ...I still say they are managing their first plan- to cull the elderly, frail, weak- and too-thick-to-live- by Darwinism… Absolute nonsense. Why on earth do you a) believe such utter drivel and b) spread such unfounded theories via discussion boards set up to discuss shares?
tournesol
01/11/2020
09:37
Ag, Covid-19 is a respiratory illness, just like influenza. The main difference is that they are caused by completely different virus’. I think you need to take your tinfoil hat off and stop worrying about the illuminati!
senseinthecommon
01/11/2020
09:24
@ngms27."Only three? I?ve been married 5 times and have 17 children, three sets of twins amongst them."........are you Henry VIII re-incarnated?
telbap
01/11/2020
05:02
I would have gone further than you, on this Frank. If the entire country had closed it’s borders back in February-when it first began- and policed the countries borders seriously for two weeks- we would have had the same chance as Taiwan and New Zealand. It would have been justified in that this virus- although belonging to known influenza groups- was a completely unknown quantity. It was even incorrectly classed a respiratory virus at first. When you have an unknown infection- the first step id making sure that not catching it is the first line of defence. The talk of ‘Herd Immunity’ in the first plan was lies- and they knew that. When they said they were being led ‘by the Science’-I knew the science could not be saying that-and they were lying. These partial lockdowns- then releasing of restrictions- are exactly how to spread the virus as much as possible. Despite being given good advice- and social distancing is the most effective- they can see a lot of people are very thick and won’t follow any advice. I still say they are managing their first plan- to cull the elderly, frail, weak- and too-thick-to-live- by Darwinism. I am shielding- have been since I heard of the first case arriving in Britain. I didn’t wait for ‘advice’. The whole thing has been utterly mismanaged in clinical terms. I reckon deliberately. In the meantime- keep your distance, washing your hands and wear a mask. They work. I certainly want to be here to see HUR in profit :D Here endeth the lesson. :) GLA
agnabeya
31/10/2020
13:07
agnabeya: Totally agree, here is an extract of an email I sent to my local Tory MP back in April: 'I am flying seafarers all over the world to join our fleet of Drillships/Rigs. A lot of countries are not allowing them in or out. In some cases we are having to quarantine them on arrival in foreign countries or before they leave the UK. We have rented whole hotels to allow this. In all cases we carry out testing before they travel and on arrival. As you can imagine this is a huge cost to us but we do it willingly in the hope that it will speed recovery I am certainly not saying we close the borders, far from it, but I am most definitely saying we should temperature scan (I lived in Korea from 2007 - 2014 and every airport/station had simple walk through temperature scanners), advise people of what actions are required on arrival in the UK and track them. All my personnel are advising that there is no advice given to them whatsoever on arrival in UK. You state: 'Travellers returning to the UK on flights from abroad must go straight home from the airport, avoiding public transport where possible. They should also follow the Government advice that applies to everyone when they arrive back in the UK: stay at home and only go outside for food, health reasons, daily exercise or work if this cannot be done from home.' but who is telling them this? What if they do not have a home in the UK? Without border checks no one knows where people are going after they enter the country - this will make the next stage of 'track and trace' almost impossible. The comprehensive track and trace regime in Korea has saved thousands of lives. I believe that the UK has done extremely well in flattening the curve and my comments aren't meant as a criticism, simply a suggestion for improvement as we move to track and trace and we must bear in mind that the death toll is still rising. Why would we not check why people are coming to the UK and test them? Korea has shown us the level of discipline required to defeat this virus. This great island nation of ours is blessed with fantastic natural borders, let's use them to our best advantage and beat this thing so we can fire up the economy again.' His response was pathetic
fat frank
31/10/2020
07:16
I'm 312 years old and have looked after all my Children. It's not my fault all my previous wives didn't live as long as me.
ngms27
31/10/2020
05:50
Frank- I don’t doubt you- there may be a more durable vaccine now. I’m talking about the 70s! :) Plus in a poor country with erratic food, water and health care access- large sections of the population are weaker and more susceptible. Same reason homeless addicts have weakened systems here- they are always picking up infections and not eating well. You are right- even if we have to get a vaccine every 6 months - we will still be able to restart the economy. My son’s offshore in Taiwan. He’s just gone back there- but is now quarantining in a hotel very strictly for a fortnight. He had to be tested before he flew back too. Hence Taiwan has very few cases. I truly thought the UK would take that path right at the beginning. It is an ideal strategy for an island. Oooh- don’t get me started on that. :)
agnabeya
30/10/2020
22:31
WOW!!! That's your first post that has impressed me.....
fat frank
30/10/2020
21:40
Only three? I've been married 5 times and have 17 children, three sets of twins amongst them.
ngms27
30/10/2020
20:49
And in the words of the great Zsa Zsa Gabor - they were all great housekeepers, after each divorce they kept the house.......
fat frank
30/10/2020
20:28
Correct ;)My wife was actually born on Halloween and is definitely a witch
ngms27
30/10/2020
17:51
ngms27: Ah, must be a full moon. Out of your coffin to play for the weekend?
fat frank
30/10/2020
17:42
Lol I wished
sirmark
30/10/2020
17:24
Nice story Frank. I think there are many people who have followed through caught holding HUR these past few months aswell.
ngms27
30/10/2020
16:17
tournesol: I first joined the Merchant Navy at 18 and presented myself at the British Shipping Federation for medical(cough)and vaccines. In those (very) long ago days, before WHO eradication, the Smallpox vaccine used a 'scratch' method which, I was warned, could lead to a very upset stomach. That night my impending departure to far away places with strange sounding names was celebrated with my friends. The night was somewhat spoiled when I 'followed through' on the bus home. Happy Days indeed.....
fat frank
30/10/2020
15:51
When I worked for an oil major it was a condition of employment that we kept all our innoculations up to date - all the usual stuff plus a raft of other things including smallpox. Even after the WHO declared smallpox eradicated we still had the regular booster shots. Basically the co did not trust the standards of medical care in many of the countries we operated in. The malaria pills we used had to be taken for a while before arriving and after departing and some of my colleagues just took them all year round regardless of their location, just to make things simple. And we had annual checks for internal parasites too. All lovely stuff. I remember going down to the London HQ for injections when I first got the job, my wife had to do the same thing. We had a large number of shots all at the same time. By the time we got back from London to Macclesfield neither of us could use our left hands because of the pain and swelling. Had to do a double act to drive home, me pressing the clutch and shouting, my wife changing gear with her good arm. Fortunately it was only a short drive home. Happy days.
tournesol
30/10/2020
15:34
agnabeya:From 'Centers for Disease Control and Prevention' website: "For most people, a single dose of yellow fever vaccine provides long-lasting protection and a booster dose of the vaccine is not needed. However, travelers going to areas with ongoing outbreaks may consider getting a booster dose of yellow fever vaccine if it has been 10 years or more since they were last vaccinated." Anyway that is just detail - my point (probably badly made) is that we can still have a worthwhile vaccine even if antibodies do not last long. We will just require shots frequently That's all - not pretending to be an expert, never have. What I can say is that my parent company are in detailed talks with European Government agencies to ensure that Oil & Gas workers are on the priority list for vaccine. You may know that we are already exempt from UK quarantine requirements.
fat frank
30/10/2020
15:27
Takeover talk 12p
hail67
30/10/2020
14:51
Frank- not in the Middle East. In the UK perhaps. Of course it’s a longtime since I was there- but in Sudan most everyone everyone was getting treated once a year.
agnabeya
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