Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Igas Energy LSE:IGAS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ042C28 ORD 0.002P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.75p -0.72% 103.25p 100.00p 106.00p 106.50p 100.50p 101.00p 45,426 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 35.8 -3.2 12.8 8.1 125.97

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/8/2018
07:44
IMO late share price surge friday on low volume suggest next leg up and Bullish opportunity. IGas Restructured in debt for equity swap at 90p with sub $50 Brent. Hedged conventional Oil production into 2019 will support company and provide investment funds while we wait for Gas exploration at Tinker Lane, Springs Road & Testing at Ellesmere Port-1 (Ellesmere is an existing well, common sense will prevail. If it's already there why not test it? IMO permission will be granted at UK Government level as it could be designated nationally important infrastructure under ongoing government proposals) DYOR
gold map
03/8/2018
06:35
Silver lining, at least well be #1 at something if we get there.
p1nkfish
02/8/2018
19:01
I said fast becoming....
fardels bear
02/8/2018
18:29
Hard pushed to beat the septic tanks & EU for hypocriscy, but not impossible.
p1nkfish
02/8/2018
15:57
Most new power stations are gas-fired, so scratch the microwave and substitute holding the food to be cooked over a candle. Not so pleasant, eh? We are fast becoming the most hypocritical nation on Earth.
fardels bear
02/8/2018
15:53
with 80% of the UK using gas for heating/cooking and 50% imported from EU and Russia (who we are sticking x2 fingers up to with Brexit and sanctions) I would say we are already dependent on them so the quicker we have are own gas supply on tap the better, and all these do good'ers protesting would soon change their minds if sitting in a cold house with only the microwave to cook. lol
hannath
02/8/2018
08:42
I hold but also of the opinion we should use & deplete foreign sources first so long as we can and backup with our own for emergency. Avoiding dependency is #1 from my point of view. If foreigners want to sell theirs at an attractive price to us, let them.
p1nkfish
02/8/2018
08:02
Im continuing to hold … with Cuadrilla getting consent its only time before more green lights will be given. With Brexit and our reliance on gas imports from Denmark & Russia it makes sense to explore local energy to protect supply and cost.
hannath
02/8/2018
07:20
Thorough TU to digest. Ability to perform more capex now. Contrary to popular thinking I suspect $ will strengthen as soon as slowdown becomes a topic & oil decline thereabouts even allowing for Iran and Vennezuela. "assuming an exchange rate of £1:$1.35" I do hold.
p1nkfish
26/7/2018
08:52
Consultancy, Anderson Thompson, has constructed probabilistic-type curves for the Bowland using US analogue and core data, implying that a mid-case EUR of 6.5bcf and 30-day IP rate of c.15mmscfd (interpretation from published data) is achievable from a 2.5km lateral. One of the reports notes that Cuadrilla has chosen where to position two horizontal wells which will be hydraulically stimulated with 45 stages per well. This was based on the 2 off 1000m horizontal wells. There seems to be some good data out there as what the plans are via investment research published to date.
gwatson56
26/7/2018
07:53
Ellesmere Port Planning Appeal ........"Positivity Plan" Added To NPPF2. IMO Councils at the moment start from a negative point of view, I believe they are now being instructed to be Positive about onshore Oil and Gas extraction. IMO National Importance takes priority over local concerns. I believe on energy security it's both Government and local councils responsibility to keep the nations Gas power stations and central heating systems supplied with Gas and kept operational (IGas Energy Twitter - import dependency will increase to between 60-90% by 2050 without Shale) ------NPPF2 "Oil, gas and coal exploration and extraction -------209. Minerals planning authorities should: a) recognise the benefits of on-shore oil and gas development, including unconventional hydrocarbons, for the security of energy supplies and supporting the transition to a low-carbon economy; and put in place policies to facilitate their exploration and extraction;b) when planning for on-shore oil and gas development, clearly distinguish between, and plan positively for, the three phases of development (exploration, appraisal and production), whilst ensuring appropriate monitoring and site restoration is provided for" ..........Considering Local planning officer recommended approval of Ellesmere Port IGas test. The councils only admissible excuse was it was against its renewable energy policy. IMO Adding "plan positively" will greatly help IGas be allowed to "test" an existing Gas well to see it's commercially viable..... Just think if it was?!.........Ref. Section 17 link below....https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/728643/Revised_NPPF_2018.pdf
gold map
25/7/2018
08:11
At Preese-Hall 1 gas flowed from the Bowland at 400- 500mscfd in 2011 from three vertical frac stages.
gwatson56
24/7/2018
16:43
You mean the Government gave Cuadrilla permission...
fardels bear
24/7/2018
08:00
IGas may be able to explore in the future under permitted development Govuk"Consultation seeks views on the principle of granting planning permission for non-hydraulic shale gas exploration development through a permitted development right" DYOR https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/726916/Consultation_document_-_shale_gas_permitted_development.pdf
gold map
16/7/2018
12:02
Dip today in Brent makes little difference as IGas has IMO fully hedged production going into 2019 (NB Feb18 RNS stated 600,000 Barrel's hedged for 2018, that's just under 3/4 of yearly production). Conventional production is providing profit and time for the Unconventional gas acreage to be developed. The big game changer..... courtesy of The Chester Chronicle 2012 .... "Drilling firm IGas Energy says test results indicate more than nine trillion cubic feet of shale gas at its Ince Marshes site near Elton and other North West sites – the equivalent of 1,600 million barrels of oil" DYOR
gold map
04/7/2018
15:32
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)
gold map
04/7/2018
14:05
We've always thought it was that thick, haven't we?
fardels bear
04/7/2018
14:04
UK Shale Gas Rock could be 2km Thick DYOR Alternative Link https://mobile.twitter.com/CuadrillaUK/status/1014052152338153472/video/1
gold map
04/7/2018
13:59
Interesting video (link below) from Cuadrilla suggesting a deeper layer of shale rock (up to 2km!) in UK verses USA. Advanced extraction methods developed over the last 10-20 Years using fewer Pads with multiple wells. N.B. This may or may not be applicable to IGas shale gas acreage so as always do your own research (and share!)http://www.mobile.twitter.com/CuadrillaUK/status/1014052152338153472/video/1
gold map
03/7/2018
10:12
I'm trying to work out what's causing the huge lurches up and down.
fardels bear
03/7/2018
09:45
Well, if few pi's, holders will likely be tight and well researched. I've had a few like this and moves tend to be large and in fits and starts, both up and down. Good luck with any decision made.
p1nkfish
03/7/2018
09:21
I'm again forced to the conclusion that there's hardly any pi's left here since the consolidation.And I have to admit that I'm a tad reluctant to add here after my earlier experience.
fardels bear
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