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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Igas Energy Plc 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
  1.20 6.06% 21.00 20.00 22.00 19.85 19.85 19.85 25,756 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 21.6 -44.1 -43.4 - 26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/2/2019
17:15
To put things in perspective though, the share price was about double a few months ago..
fardels bear
17/2/2019
14:28
Yes, but the board have confirmed the news in the rns, so it isn't lies.
svenice7
15/2/2019
19:24
Wouldn't believe anything that is reported in the Sun!
jasper2712
15/2/2019
15:39
On the verge of a big gas discovery, here any time soon. Could double the share price if this happens.
loobrush
15/2/2019
14:12
It appears Malcy has loaded up hxxps://www.malcysblog.com
svenice7
15/2/2019
09:08
Yes, looking good. I've bought more today as the current business profits support a p/e of about 5 - that ought to be 10 and nothing in for shale prospects.
nocton
15/2/2019
08:28
Its looking good...
svenice7
15/2/2019
08:10
Press article leak confirmed. Looks like we has Shale Gas coming to the UK. I dont think many have caught onto the RNS just yet. Exciting day and times ahead for IGAS.
genierub
11/2/2019
15:08
If we were still in the Neolithic just imagine how long it would take to grind all those axes. And many, doubtless smooth uncallused hands would find such work a trial. Thank the Lord for moveable type. Perhaps that should be Johannes Gutenberg, Steve Jobs and Tim Berners-Lee. Amen
fardels bear
11/2/2019
13:18
hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/comment/times-letters-doctors-and-the-desire-for-a-dignified-death-n9mfrwgk7 Sir, As practising geoscientists working in UK universities and institutions, we recognise the potential existence of a nationally valuable and exploitable shale gas resource, and support its development subject to a firm but realistic regulatory framework being in place. Part of this framework is the traffic-light system used to manage the risk of damage being caused by induced seismicity associated with hydraulic fracturing operations. At present it is set very conservatively to be triggered by extremely small seismic events (above 0.5 local magnitude). This is very far below the levels set in other countries, or for other comparable industries in the UK (such as quarrying, mining and deep geothermal energy). It is widely believed by industry, and among informed academics, to be so low that it threatens the potential development of a shale gas industry in the UK. The scientific rationale for this trigger level is debatable. The threshold is not something that is absolute, and in the spirit of the declared intention expressed in the original Department of Energy and Climate Change document in which it was proposed, that it should be subject to continuing review, we urge the government to instruct the Oil and Gas Authority to commission an expert review of the present traffic-light system threshold levels without delay. Professor Quentin Fisher; Professor Ernest Rutter; Dr Nicholas Riley; Professor Gary Hampson; Dr Julian Mecklenburgh; Mr Paul Grant; Professor Andrew Hurst; Dr Simon Oldfield; Reader Emeritus Michael de Freitas; Emeritus Professor Richard Selley; Dr Mike Chandler; Professor Paul Glover; Professor Chris King; Professor Jonathan Redfern; Dr Roger Clark; Professor Bruce Yardley; Dr Tom Argles; Mr Chris A Smith; Mr Christopher Quirk; Mr Brian Nottage; Mr Gary McGuicken; Senior Lecturer Sina Rezaei Gomari; Mr Tom Morgan; Mr Richard Puttock; Miss Jane Kelsey; Mr John Beswick; Dr Piroska Lorinczi; Mr Mark Williams; Mr Stuart Chandler; Consultant Hydrogeologist Thomas Kelly; Dr Philip Benson; Mr Peter Kennett; Dr Lateef Akanji; Associate Professor Simon Holford; Dr Nick Schofield; Dr Ian Stimpson; Associate Professor Dr Mohaddeseh Mousavi Nezhad; Professor Akbar Javadi; Professor Michael Kendall; Dr Catherine Isherwood; Dr Tim Harper; Mr Kes Heffer; Dr Kate Brodie; Mr Chris Eccles; Professor Gary Couples; Professor Andreas Busch; Professor Ian Croudace; Professor Richard Worden
paulpaolo
04/2/2019
15:24
Do you mean the Ellesmere port appeal, or another? Planninginspectorate. Gov. Uk says decision date not yet announced. They won't say when until they actually announce the decision. So what is feb 26th?
paulpaolo
04/2/2019
08:39
They look perfectly decent results to me, bones698, - more or less as expected. The current oil and gas production underpins the current share price giving a p/e of under 7. Any shale goods news will send the share price up.
nocton
04/2/2019
08:25
positive outcome to the appeal commencing 26th Feb could send the price higher.
hannath
04/2/2019
08:00
Expect to see this fall back to the 50p range on that update . Nothing inspiring at all and not much good news . Production stable not increasing even though cash is getting burned through at an alarming rate . Unless they can get some decent drills with good flow rates soon on the bottom line I wouldn't hold this for a while .
bones698
22/1/2019
10:20
I see the need for onshore gas. Just not sure there will be an onshore industry left in the current Government continues to press the self destruct button.
fardels bear
22/1/2019
08:51
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/igas-energy-IGAS/share-news/Igas-Energy-PLC-Operational-Update-Springs-Road/79091895
currypasty
21/12/2018
16:59
I've been a quiet holder. Fully see the need for onshore gas. I've just taken a look at the chart and that is one fly in the ointment. It looks like it will take a while longer to get back some oomph imho.
p1nkfish
18/12/2018
08:41
To be honest a vertical drill at Tinker lane was unlikely to find much. The major coal & oil deposits are 20 miles south and 10 miles east....
svenice7
18/12/2018
08:08
Timber...…R30;..!
trash_it
17/12/2018
21:40
Announcement after market close today. Bowland Shale not identified at Tinker Lane exploration well. Next drilling 2019
arc en ciel
03/12/2018
13:02
On the fence regards investing in IGas? IMO IGas is cash flow positive and has low debt. The conventional oil production and a $242 million Free Carry on Shale Gas Exploration allows IGas to make steady progress on its gradual switch from Oil to Gas as its main source of revenue. Natural Gas is an ideal transition fuel to a renewables energy future. Why invest in IGas now?.... Regardless of political outcomes over the next few weeks UK needs secure Energy. Over 80% of UK households rely on gas to heat their homes. France's unrest was sparked by increases in fuel prices and I'm sure UK politicians will have taken note. ----------IGas has an exploratory drill rig at Tinker Lane targeting the Bowland Shale. I believe it will start to show early signs of Gas and possible oil reserves in just a few days (mentioned by others on LSE chat as eye-balling the cores). ----------Addition upside, Ellesmere Port Planning Appeal next month to test the Gas flow. Remember the well is already there and IGas just needed permission to test. NB. Recommended for approval by the planning department but refused on I believe flimsy grounds as not being inline with the councils renewables energy policy......Question....How can IGas get Government approval to drill but subsequently not be allowed to test whats there? IMO Ellesmere Port will be approved as it's only a test and is part of Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project to identify what potential energy is under our feet........IGas RNS...... Government launched two consultations: one that will consider allowing exploration wells to be drilled under permitted development (i.e. without the requirement of a planning application); and another on the inclusion of shale production projects into the Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects regime......IGas RNS.....Britain needs a diverse supply of energy which protects and secures UK jobs and UK taxes. Imported gas currently costs over GBP13 million a day - money that is not generating jobs or tax revenues in this country.----------IGas restructured at 90p when Brent was $50, with OPEC meeting shortly and a rise back to $80 possible, coupled with IGas production hedged almost a year in advance revenue is I believe secure. Three wells (Tinker Lane, Springs Road and potentially Ellesmere Port) therefore three chances of significant Gas reserves to be proved up in the coming months for under the Radar IGas.----------The British Geological Survey estimates that the Bowland Shale alone could hold up to 1,329 Tcf (37.6 trillion cubic meters) of gas in place.With a recovery rate of 10%, that would mean recoverable reserves of as much as 3.8 Tcm, enough to meet the UK's current gas demand for 47 years...... above courtesy of S&P Global (All IMO & DYOR)
gold map
30/11/2018
12:11
The hype around Lancashire is the tip of the iceberg. The real hydrocarbon honey pot is north notts/south yorkshire. Ie Tinker Lane One. https://ogauthority.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=29c31fa4b00248418e545d222e57ddaa
svenice7
30/11/2018
09:38
.....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
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