Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
I3 Energy LSE:I3E London Ordinary Share GB00BDHXPJ60 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 33.50p 33.00p 34.00p 33.50p 33.50p 33.50p 10,271 07:30:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers - - - - 8.61

I3 Energy Share Discussion Threads

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18/8/2017
09:50
Very quiet here. A great opportunity to top up before the activity and newscycle catches up. ash
cashandcard
11/8/2017
09:23
Hi cashandcard, Graham did say that drilling services have been negotiated and agreed $5m below what they had budgeted so the fund raise will need $5m less. They seem to have done a great job negotiating too with an oil company near their field who have plenty of capacity to transport oil and they have agreed a very favourable price. I was very impressed with Graham. It is clear that this is his and Neill Carson's last opportunity to build a significant business where will be very well rewarded. He is very focused on getting the best deal in operations to get the net oil price down as much as possible and they have had the time to do this. Him and Neill along with the non execs seem to have extensive contacts in the oil industry in Aberdeen and this will serve them well looking for similar opportunities.
showme01
11/8/2017
09:18
nice thanks for sharing....i took 30k over the last days and will add on any weakness...
risk assesor
11/8/2017
09:16
showme, True, I vaguely remember the announcement of Liberator being significant discovery by Dana. I'm amazed it sits in the stable of a £10mln smallcap! A marketcap that low in smallcap oil co's usually means little more than a few high risk licenses & 'potential' followed by placings to keep the lights on and the gravy train rolling. What's compelling to me is how far they have got this one in terms of pre-development studies, they just need to submit FDP, get OGA approval, and its all systems go towards first production. They have put themselves on a tight schedule. If they miss Q1 2018, by a quarter I don't mind. As long as oil is flowing by summer nextyear I'm happy. I'm not too concerned about funding as back in March they had already stated they were in discussions with a host of services companies about getting things ready for drilling and hooking Liberator to sales. I'm confident they'll already have an idea of what they need and what options are available to achieve it. Cheap at these prices. Cash
cashandcard
11/8/2017
08:42
Thanks Risk and Show!
john2017
11/8/2017
08:40
JUST OVER 17% IN PUBLIC HANDS Graham Andrew Heath 6,500,000 25.32 Neill Ashley Carson 6,500,000 25.32 Sheri Barton 500,000 1.95 Mihai Butuc 1,000,000 3.89 Iain Campbell 1,000,000 3.89 John Woods 1,000,000 3.89 City Financial 4,629,629 18.03 Shares not in public hands In the terms of AIM Rules published 13 May 2014 and insofar as it is aware, at 24/07/17, 82.8% of the Company’s AIM securities was not in public hands.
showme01
11/8/2017
08:10
Shares not in public hands In the terms of AIM Rules published 13 May 2014 and insofar as it is aware, at 24/07/17, 82.8% of the Company’s AIM securities was not in public hands.
risk assesor
11/8/2017
08:07
How do you know only 20% available?
john2017
11/8/2017
08:03
great volume yesterday.....will move in big steps both directions.....20% of stock only available so buy and hold onto them imo
risk assesor
10/8/2017
12:17
Cheers Cash, looks to be the block next to Blake, so fairly short tie-back. Just need to sort the agreement with the Blake partners, order subsea kit & a rig.... & raise the cash.... Q1 '18 looks a very tall order for first oil.... hxxps://itportal.ogauthority.co.uk/web_files/gis/quadmaps/Q_13.pdf
thegreatgeraldo
10/8/2017
12:04
tgg, From the Admission-Doc, "Development Wells and Tieback to Blake Infrastructure Once development funding has been raised, the FDP envisages a two well development programme, comprising a well on Liberator Main and another on Liberator NE. The horizontal section of the Liberator Main well (‘‘L1217;’) is expected to be placed in the reservoir approximately 40ft above the oil water contact. Control of the well will be possible via the well head choke such that any encroachment of water into the well can be managed. Consideration is being given to the installation of sliding sleeves in the well and an ‘EqualiserR17; type of completion, to provide additional production control mechanisms. The above, taken together with the planned drawdown of 12 psi, is expected to enable a reservoir management plan consistent with the targeted resources and production forecasts. Dependent upon the results and performance of the L1 well, a second horizontal production well is planned to develop Liberator NE. The Liberator NE well (‘‘LNE1’’) would also be drilled from Blake’s drill center and is expected to have a similar completion to L1. i3 has used the services of Petrofac SPD to design the L1 well. Wells and subsea facilities Management expects that the production wells would be tied into the Blake Infrastructure in the same way that existing Blake production wells are connected. Subject to agreement with the Blake Partners, electrical, hydraulic and chemical requirements would be delivered by the Blake electrical, hydraulic and chemical supply system. Produced fluids from the LFC would be metered and allocated by subsurface metering and then co-mingled with Blake production at the Blake subsea production manifold and flowed to the Bleo Holm FPSO Vessel for processing. Discussions with the Blake Partners are ongoing and Management expects to confirm agreement for i3 Energy to make use of the Blake Infrastructure in due course" Cash
cashandcard
10/8/2017
12:04
admission doc is here..... hxxps://i3.energy/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/20170725-i3-ENERGY-AIM-ADMISSION-vF.pdf
risk assesor
10/8/2017
11:59
They'll need to go some if they're talking about first oil in Q1 '18!!!
thegreatgeraldo
10/8/2017
11:58
blake infrastructure
risk assesor
10/8/2017
11:54
I'm assuming a tie in. Seems the way to go
sapper2476
10/8/2017
11:52
How are they going to produce the oil? Presumably not via a fixed platform, so an FPSO? Or a tie-back to another field?
thegreatgeraldo
10/8/2017
11:29
Nice and a flurry of buys at 40.
sidjameslaugh
10/8/2017
11:29
only fell from the 55p admission price due to old gwik holders selling....imo will do well in the next 12 months
risk assesor
10/8/2017
11:09
For what they have with Liberator and LFC, aided by a clear intent to get it into production asap, this looks like a good opportunity if you can wait 12months. I note (as mentioned in the admission document) about Liberator oilfield; "A robust Low case based upon production volumes which have been stress tested at an NPV10 break-even above US$23/bbl Brent crude" At the targeted 7,300boepd from the producing wells, it looks a treat. £10mln marketcap? even taking into account dilution later on, that's a generous price indeed. Cash
cashandcard
10/8/2017
11:06
IPO was at 55p easy money here guys
colin12345678
10/8/2017
10:59
50p today???
miahkaysor
10/8/2017
10:57
this si gonna zooommm
colin12345678
10/8/2017
10:50
welldone risk
falia
10/8/2017
09:40
nice post cash....thanks
risk assesor
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