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
  +0.25p +0.32% 78.25p 77.50p 79.00p - - - 17,697 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 30.5 -44.8 -11.0 - 95.06

Igas Energy Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/10/2017
13:01
Boom! Hold for big money!
gold map
30/10/2017
16:55
IMO Buy the dip as I believe MM's are still short! Look at the last few trades of the day, even sells are blue. DYOR & Good luck for tomorrow.
gold map
30/10/2017
11:04
Agreed europa looks good. So does ZIOC they will hopefully be announcing permit news next month
kirk 6
30/10/2017
10:54
.... oh and yeh, some building going on as well ... seen x10 5,000 buys, and some 10,000 no doubt part of an iceberg trade .... and todays volume has well exceeded the usually weekly volume.
hannath
30/10/2017
10:49
Europa reported today ... shale operations looking good ... positive about getting appeals approved ..... Egdon reporting tomorrow .... as I have commented previously its all happening in this last quarter, so sit tight and see !
hannath
30/10/2017
10:48
Yes hopefully a few got in at the bottom of the wedge, it was a lovely pattern.
bad gateway
30/10/2017
10:42
What a call this was last month at 50p
kirk 6
30/10/2017
09:59
Here volsung, here boy.... Where is Mr Negative when the price goes up, eh?
fardels bear
30/10/2017
09:15
cough What is going on here? Someone stakebuilding, or are there rumours of something afoot.... unusual for this to move this way..... DL
davidlloyd
27/10/2017
17:03
Hmm then consider Serica, SQZ. Between 2500 and 4000 boepd opex cost at fourteen dollars.. Still the share price is mired at ridiculously low levels..OK only one asset but another in the pipeline, pun intended.
fardels bear
27/10/2017
08:04
Each Dollar rise of Brent could add $912,500 PA to Revenue ( x10 since June low - see below) DYOR .......IGas RNS 20 September 2017"Investment in conventional portfolio to underpin production of 2,500 boepd and operating costs of $25/bbl in the medium term"
gold map
24/10/2017
14:04
IMO This share is way undervalued. 70p is 3.5p (1/20). share price Restructuring & consolidation price (were everyone took a big haircut!) was 90p/4.5p..... IMO A few players don't want this to break 70p before they build a big enough position (lots of action after hours) has potential to leap quickly to 90p, consolidate and move upwards DYORIGas profitable at $50 Brent, Restructured in Debt for Equity swap. N.B. IGas RNS "Net debt reduced from $122 (GBP100) million at 31 December 2016 to c.$9 (GBP7) million as at 30 June 2017"
gold map
24/10/2017
07:21
Does seem a key ceiling to break through..... come on Igas 😀 DL
davidlloyd
24/10/2017
07:19
Close to breaking 70p MM's Short?
gold map
16/10/2017
06:46
Big Buys & Brent up - 100,000 late trade and 100,000 early Buy. Are we going to break 70p today?
gold map
06/10/2017
12:48
They'll most likely get away with sneaking it in under the radar whilst the BGS are drilling their 80 holes. Ince Marshes chosen for huge energy research site Ince Marshes have been chosen as the preferred location for a multi million-pound energy research site. The British Geological Survey (BGS) today revealed details about an ‘observatory for the underground’ which will provide research evidence on natural resources for heat and energy. The Cheshire Energy Research field site will see the BGS drill 80 observation boreholes of various depths across a 28 sqkm area around Ince Marshes, near to Elton. The investment has been commissioned by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), the UK’s main agency for funding environmental sciences. BGS say the network of boreholes is designed to enable UK geoscientists and geoengineers to study geology in ‘unprecedented detail’, to observe how fluids and gas flow within underground systems and to understand the relationship between the rock layers, from the surface to deep underground. The North Cheshire area has been targeted by energy firms looking to carry out gas exploration tests – leading to anti-fracking protest groups being set up in Chester, Ellesmere Port and Frodsham and Helsby – and the BGS has said in a statement that “some research will look at how shale gas behaves in the ground". http://www.chesterstandard.co.uk/home/2017/09/26/gallery/ince-marshes-chosen-for-huge-energy-research-site-95897/
bad gateway
06/10/2017
07:31
BBC - 05 October 2017IGas has applied to drill a test well to fracture underground rocks to release gas at a site in Grinsome Road on Ince Marshes near Elton and Helsby......IGas Website - Commenting John Blaymires, Chief Operating Officer, of IGas said: "This area of Cheshire has a proud industrial heritage, with excellent utility infrastructure and transport networks in place. There are also a number of significant employers in the area whose businesses rely on gas, which is something that we could potentially supply in the future, directly from the area. Today, eight out of ten homes use gas for heating, 61% for cooking and up to 50% of our electricity is derived from gas. It is clear that the UK needs a secure supply of gas as a bridging fuel until renewable sources can provide sufficient quantum and stability of energy for society's needs.
gold map
05/10/2017
18:00
Nocton, just a shame any tax on IGAS and its investors will (even by a very, very small amount) go to help subsidise Nicola Jong-Sturgeons one party state of the North.
p1nkfish
05/10/2017
15:51
FB I think, from an article in the dim past, that they do oversee/operate the oil producing Lybster site, just south of Wick (NE Scotland) - but I might be wrong.....though wouldn't expect this to involve the much maligned 'F' word anyway.... DL
davidlloyd
05/10/2017
15:41
The Scottish decision has no relevance to England and since the Scottish government ignored its own investigating committee's report and recommendation, it even more emphasises that fracking is quite safe. The "overwhelming public opposition" does not reflect the public, just those who oppose anything they do not understand. The small rises in the share price since will probably have occurred because investors are realising that INEOS will now direct all its money to its English sites managed by IGAS. Definitely a win for IGAS and the English economy as the unions also realise. I look forward to the day when English shale gas is sent to the INEOS plant at Grangemouth!
nocton
04/10/2017
13:00
Or 70p, perhaps..
fardels bear
04/10/2017
09:45
No 80p this week nor 40p either I suppose. Probably 60p
volsung
03/10/2017
15:22
I don't think we have any licenses in Scotland.
fardels bear
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