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Igas Energy Plc IGAS London Ordinary Share
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shakesmaster: ayoTech Receives Equity Investment from Newlight Partners to Accelerate Strategic Growth Jan 5 ALBUQUERQUE, NM (January 5, 2020) – BayoTech, Inc. (“BayoTechR21;), a global leader in on-site hydrogen production, today announced it has received an equity investment of up to $157 million from Newlight Partners LP (“NewlightR21;), a growth equity investor, with participation from existing investors Cottonwood Technology Funds, Sun Mountain Capital and new investor Fortistar. The proceeds will be used to accelerate BayoTech’s strategic growth through product development, project development and infrastructure expansion. Funding 3 (1).png BayoTech is an energy solutions company committed to addressing the global need for consistent, cost-effective, low-carbon supply of hydrogen. Hydrogen possesses many attributes that will drive long‐term demand as a fuel source, including its role in global decarbonization efforts. Today, most hydrogen is produced at large, centralized facilities before being delivered to end users. BayoTech, through its on-site hydrogen generators and “Gas-as-a-Service” offering, reduces or eliminates transportation and storage costs, which result in less energy wasted and a lower carbon footprint than traditional hydrogen production technology and electrolyzer-based systems. The company’s modular, scalable, and rapidly deployable hydrogen production systems require lower upfront capital commitments, streamlined siting and installation and, when paired with renewable natural gas (“RNG”), offer the most cost-effective green hydrogen available today. BayoTech’s hydrogen generation systems produce local hydrogen close to the application. This saves customers money and reduces the carbon intensity associated with the legacy challenges of liquifying and transporting hydrogen. This allows BayoTech to serve a diverse set of end users, including traditional consumers in the industrial gas and chemicals industries, as well as those using hydrogen to power the fast-growing fuel cell segment.
thewealthofsocrates: Saying hi to the Tullow oil investors. Thanks for your support with Igas.
thewealthofsocrates: "Oil prices have settled into a temporary rut, with WTI stuck in the mid-$50s and Brent in the mid- to low-$60s. Threats of supply disruptions in the Middle East have failed to buoy prices, while ongoing production and export declines in Iran and Venezuela are also failing to push up crude. “I think geopolitics is a key driver but I think what’s in the driver’s seat right now is the concerns around global demand,” Virendra Chauhan, an oil analyst at Energy Aspects, said on CNBC. “OPEC’s supplies are down by 2 million barrels per day. That’s the steepest level in a decade. And yet, oil has gone nowhere in the past month.” U.S. supply growth has grown significantly over the past two years, offsetting much of the cuts from OPEC. This has become a perennial problem for OPEC+. However, the sudden slowdown in demand is adding to their predicament. As a result, at this juncture traders are much more focused on demand concerns and a souring economy. “Demand has undoubtedly slowed down and a lot of that has to do with the China-U.S. trade war,” Chauhan said. He added that the top concern for investors right now is how the trade war might start to disrupt global supply chains. The investment bank says that these concerns about the health of the economy explain the recent positioning by oil speculators, who “noticeably reduced their net long positions in Brent and WTI in the latest reporting week.” If the economy fails to slow even further, this could be the bottom, Commerzbank said. “We see the current price weakness as exaggerated and envisage only limited further downside potential. After all, the oil market is if anything under- rather than oversupplied at present.” Perhaps the market is under-supplied. But the concerns, confusion, and mixed signals about the global economy may head off any price gains in the short run." - By Nick Cunningham of Oilprice bot dom
thewealthofsocrates: Yeah, well the Fed has been trying to hike up rates also - Trump has been pushing back, but he can only keep it up until 2020. They are going to spook US investors into a bond sell-off by suddenly driving the rates down before long term bond maturity, this poison will knock down the other bonds, raising yields on the 10-year treasuries, and then the banksters will buy them all up, driving the rates back up, long term. "Why US bond yields could be going the way of Germany and Japan Without a dose of ‘shock and awe’ from the Fed, long-term rates could drop below zero … The central banks must take the lead, and they must start this month. They must bring front-end real yields so low and so fast, that the yield curve steepens. That will cause investors to question the wisdom of holding longer maturity bonds in the face of central banks committed, on a co-ordinated basis, to reflation. Anything short of that risks the 10-year US Treasury remaining on the well-worn path, forged by Japan and Germany, toward zero." - Bob Michele is global head of fixed-income at JPMorgan Asset. [ Financial Times, author Bob Michele, July 26, 2019]
fardels bear: On the other hand it could just be that private investors have lost interest. I first bought these at 40p, held to one sixty, got massively diluted and then finally sold out when it became clear that under this tory government progress would be slow and under a Corby regime fracking will be dead in the water, much to the benefit of his chums in the Kremlin..I continue to be interested but don't hold any longer.
paulpaolo: ://www.standard.co.uk/business/market-minnows-igas-is-betting-shale-gas-could-be-a-winner-post-brexit-a4100131.html The late edition of the evening standard has an igas story that wasn’t in the earliest print edition, even tho’ the on line copy says “4 hours ago”. “Market minnows: IGAS is betting shale gas could be a winner post Brexit As the UK heads for the EU exit door, investors must start thinking about what this means for domestic energy policy. Up until now it has been cheaper for the UK to import its oil and gas from European pipelines as well as the North Sea but should we leave the EU without a deal then it may be necessary to look at other options. One company which could benefit is IGas, the UK’s largest onshore and gas producer. IGas is drilling the country’s third shale gas well in the north of England as it looks to follow Cuadrilla into fracking in the UK. Two weeks ago the firm completed successful tests at that well at Tinker Lane in north Nottinghamshire. The firm is doing the drilling with partner Ineos, which believes the drill tests show it could produce enough shale gas to keep the whole country supplied for 29 years. Alex Smith at Investec says: “Core analysis is now being conducted and this should give further insight into the resource potential and shale characteristics. The company will give a further update upon completion of the analysis in quarter two [within the period from April to June 2019].” But critics say the shale gas industry has been slower to progress than expected, while recent polling for the Government has revealed increasing opposition to the controversial process for extracting shale gas from deep underground. Cuadrilla has been testing at its Preston New Road site in Lancashire but tremors at the location have held the company back. Cuadrilla and Ineos want regulations on tremors to be relaxed to allow them to exploit shale gas reserves. Nevertheless the UK remains one of only a few countries in Europe that allows shale gas exploration after a string of EU governments introduced bans on drilling in recent years. Regulation around shale gas developments has also been made easier as the Government recently set up a single watchdog, the Shale Environmental Regulator, “to act as one coherent face for the public, mineral planning authorities and industry”. Previously there had been three regulatory bodies. Away from shale, IGas has a solid business from its 20 onshore oil fields. Production has remained steady, benefiting from first gas production at its new gas field in Albury back in November. Brokers at Investec are optimistic about the firm’s prospects and have a 140p target price on the stock.
vauch: Government Petition to Ban shorting of London AIM stocks. The AIM stock market is where smaller companies list their shares rather than using the prohibitively expensive main London Stock Market. This is an important market for the growth of smaller UK companies. In challenging times, shorters seek to borrow the company's shares from a holder for a consideration and to buy them at a later date. They immediately sell these shares which, due to the relative illiquid market, sends the price much lower and hence the shorters can buy them at that lower price - pocketing the difference. The only beneficiaries are the shorters and the market makers with the losers being the reputable company and it's bona fide investors. Https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/242399
gold map: .....today we are behaving like we did in the mid-1800s when our nascent car industry was nearly destroyed by forcing a man with a red flag to walk in front of automated road vehicles to stop them from driving faster than 4 miles per hour...... Natascha Engel Commissioner for Shale Gas, Letter to Editorshttps://www.kevinhollinrake.org.uk/letter-commissioner-shale-gas?fbclid=IwAR1ERM8SuMZTeZDZuguzG4j35avTQpOxBFqvD-q4uJ2h_KujPqFxraykV5I---------.....The year ahead will be a very exciting one for Cuadrilla. I would like to say how grateful we for the support of AJ Lucas, both as an investor in Cuadrilla, and of course, as a shareholder in the Lancashire licence in their own right. We are very pleased that we can now start to make production of UK shale gas a reality.... Francis Egan, CEO of Cuadrilla address to AJ Lucas shareholdershttps://hotcopper.com.au/documentdownload?id=uOMxKKzFkiWRTLKhOROKAxjvSDYL4gy8zhb0v%2FZz87FiGug%3D-------IGas IMO are also making UK shale gas a reality...... but they choose not to shout from the rooftops......As Always DYOR & Have a good day :)
gold map: Breakout? - jump possibly back to 130p. Maybe Brent at $78 will convert IGas Non believers?....... If your waiting for a lower entry point?.... Not happening! Interims due in 3 weeks time, they should show a steady return to profit and perhaps gain recognition from rating agencies? Existing Major Investors in IGas are buying up available shares on the cheap as they know the Gas reserves locked underground will be released. Remember this is NOW a lean low debt company with prudent accountants at the helm.
gold map: Fardels Bear - The Video link is for potential investors sitting on the sidelines, additional information you may have would be welcome ..... IMO Proximity of Cuadrilla ongoing drilling to IGas acreage should Lift IGas share price considerably WHEN Cuadrilla fracking of wells approved (by Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) & positive test results are available. Will also act IMO as a precedent for test approval at IGas Ellesmere Port existing well, were the only admissible excuse I could see (watching the video of local planning committee meeting) was, It was against the Councils sustainable energy policy (remember it was approved by the planning department and had an environmental study already done)
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