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
  -0.60p -0.65% 92.40p 92.40p 93.80p 94.80p 92.40p 93.00p 85,263 12:08:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 35.8 -3.2 12.8 7.2 112.73

Igas Energy Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2018
12:39
Now we just need to push straight on through 100p....then up, up and away. DL
davidlloyd
21/5/2018
11:40
Famous last words. :)
fardels bear
20/5/2018
09:17
90p looks like a hard limit since May 2017.
p1nkfish
15/5/2018
22:23
Lack of chat here down to very little PI participation following the reorganisation, perhaps?
fardels bear
30/4/2018
15:15
Interesting price action today - is someone accumulating on the QT? DL
davidlloyd
24/4/2018
10:05
.... Yeh, very frustrating .... faith and patience needed !
hannath
24/4/2018
09:57
IGas primary product is Oil !.... Brent Broken through $75! ..... Each $1.18 = $1m additional revenue PA Pre Hedge (average production 850,000 Barrels PA). Market Cap = £95.6m ...... DYOR & Do the Math .....
gold map
09/4/2018
09:03
IMO IGas still trading Half-price... IGas "Net assets were GBP181.6 million at 31 December 2017 (2016: GBP70.5 million) with the increase of GBP111.1 million arising primarily from the results of the capital restructuring and an income tax credit""Borrowings decreased from GBP124.6 million to GBP21.2 million following the successful capital restructuring during the year"2018 - IGas - "Site construction continues at both our sites in North Nottinghamshire, Springs Road and Tinker Lane. We are on track to spud the first well mid-2018"..... Part of Carried work programme of up to $240 funded mainly by INEOS
gold map
05/4/2018
11:56
And I thought that Brexit was a predictable response, at least outside the home counties, to the effing Europeans telling us what to do.. Yer plucky Brit never liked that..And I ain't a thicko sheep who believes anything that any politician or newspaper says.
fardels bear
05/4/2018
08:02
It caused Brexit and Rotherham grooming gangs too. They're still investigating if there's any Russian involvement. An enquiry has been called for.
p1nkfish
04/4/2018
16:28
Interesting piece on North=west tonight yesterday about Cuadrilla ready for horizontal frack in Lancashire.. The nutters now reckon that fracking causes breast cancer. Smacks of desperation to me...
fardels bear
29/3/2018
16:17
Boom! Up we go
gold map
27/3/2018
17:46
There you go! Gazprom threatens withdrawal as a result of the Salisbury blame game. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/03/24/gazprom-lays-traders-amid-threatened-retreat-west/amp/ May wants to clamp down on Russian businessmen in the west, especially Labour funders ,I suspect.Both UK & the EU wants to stop perceived Russian influence on their electorates. Trump's big-oil puppeteers want to replace cheap pipeline gas from Russia with expensive LNG from the US producers, complete with increased transport risks. Trump, May and others are pushing the war mongering rhetoric, first to starve Russia of cash via continued sanctions, second to increase "defense" investment for the coming war with Iran. They lost Syria partly because of Iran, so they will target this problem by supporting another revolution, with a mind to wipe out the religious leaders. Yes, I expect this will skyrocket as western leaders build up to another war. To those who believe that only igas fundamentals matter, go here... hxxps://gab.ai/illuminatiSocrates/posts/22561149
thewealthofsocrates
27/3/2018
17:01
Tech analysis for Igas: Price target= 105p within 2 months. hxxps://yhoo.it/2GcQNlV hxxps://gab.ai/illuminatiSocrates/posts/22557806
thewealthofsocrates
27/3/2018
16:47
Intelligent IGas centric debate rudely interrupted by Socrates, may I repeat..... IGas has excellent prospects going forward, the conventional oil production will support the company while we wait for positive news from Shale Gas acreage. IGas after restructuring is now cash flow positive and has low debt. Accounts were solid and let down by one thing, the hedged production (I understand a de-risk requirement for bond holders). In 2016 when oil prices were going down hedge was $58 Barrel. In 2017 $51 (oil prices going up). Therefore prices being set at prior years expectations. We already know what the hedge is going forward and presumably the much improved profit to be announced this time next year. "Three way collar" hedge as I see it gives no gains above $75 but no losses below $ 47 Floor, average hedge going forward IMO $67 ?? not as good as $87 for 2015 but going in the right direction (above are rough figures if you have more accurate please share) DYOR (IGas RNS - 2018 three-way zero cost collars with an average floor price protection of $47/bbl and an average call spread of $60/bbl - $75/bbl)
gold map
27/3/2018
16:38
Lolz, a poll on Bolton... hxxps://www.discussthemarket.com/poll/105/will-boltons-warmongering-rhetoric-on-iran-drive-up-oil-and-gas-price-supporting-igas-hxxpsnypostcom20180326boltoncanfinallykilltheirandealandothercommentsamp/1/
thewealthofsocrates
27/3/2018
16:18
Another useful site, superior to twitter in some ways, namely the lack of censorship. Igas price drop explained here (as far as I see it, anyway) and why you should buy in now... hxxps://gab.ai/illuminatiSocrates/posts/22555443
thewealthofsocrates
27/3/2018
16:00
Interesting site for people to look at. It sources comments from many investment forums and has some useful features like polls and price target predictions. hxxps://www.discussthemarket.com/company/igas.lse/live-discussion/1/
thewealthofsocrates
27/3/2018
08:32
A good analysis, thank you, Gold Map.
nocton
27/3/2018
07:59
IGas has excellent prospects going forward, the conventional oil production will support the company while we wait for positive news from Shale Gas prospects. IGas after restructuring is now cash flow positive and has low debt. Accounts were solid and let down by one thing, the hedged production (I understand a de-risk requirement for bond holders). In 2016 when oil prices were going down hedge was $58 Barrel. In 2017 $51 (oil prices going up). Therefore prices being set at prior years expectations. We already know what the hedge is going forward and presumably the much improved profit to be announced this time next year. "Three way collar" hedge as I see it gives no gains above $75 but no losses below $ 47 Floor, average hedge going forward IMO $67 ?? not as good as $87 for 2015 but going in the right direction (above are rough figures if you have more accurate please share) DYOR (IGas RNS - 2018 three-way zero cost collars with an average floor price protection of $47/bbl and an average call spread of $60/bbl - $75/bbl)
gold map
21/3/2018
12:01
Breaking now to the upside? Good luck all!
gold map
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