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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
  0.05 0.25% 19.85 19.95 21.80 19.85 19.85 19.85 3,963 09:31:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 21.6 -44.1 -43.4 - 25

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/4/2019
10:07
MMs Short? Spike up? Good news Imminent ? Brent heading for $70 :)
gold map
01/4/2019
17:35
4 arrested this morning at spring road https://www.nottinghampost.com/news/local-news/two-arrested-anti-fracking-protesters-2708632
svenice7
25/3/2019
17:48
Like most leave voters it was obvious to me that we had to clearly say to the EU, we are not reliant on your deal and will be happy to leave without it, then you can beg us for a deal as Paris is burnt by furious French export workers/farmers. But the remainer MPs have spent their time spitefully making brexit impossible, and spitefully making it costly by saying we have to pay £39b, so they can later say it took so darned long and (thanks to us) was so hard, why don't we make everyone vote again. Nonetheless, the value of fracking to avoid at least a bit of an £8m a day GB gas import bill is still there with or without brexit, n'est-ce pas? The tax on it can help pay for social housing for new economic migrants, and other benefits, too.
paulpaolo
25/3/2019
17:01
The trouble is that the cowardly MPs voted to remove the no Deal option and without it that whole article falls flat on its face.
fardels bear
25/3/2019
16:58
://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.
paulpaolo
25/3/2019
16:10
Could but probably won't. There are too many Nimbys lawyers who can run rings round these gas production plans.Look at that last planning refusal on the grounds that one gas flare would have a measurable effect on global warming. Ludicrous, but it got the appeal thrown out.Onshore oil and gas exploration dead in my view.
fardels bear
25/3/2019
14:57
Great video interview with IGas CEO, all you need to know. (at 16-17min in) Each Gas Pad could generate enough Gas for Half Million Homes. 60 Pads could reduce UK Gas import dependency by 50% DYOR ;)https://www.malcysblog.com/2019/03/core-finance-ceo-interview-steve-bowler-of-igas-energy/
gold map
20/3/2019
17:26
I had share certificates ?
muddyfox0151
20/3/2019
17:24
I bought some igas shares , in 2015,16/17 , 5,800 , shares , for every 200 shares , I got one share back !! Shares got consolidated to sub division ! Have I been ripped off , bought them through , computer share certificate. Now buy through HL. Does anyone know how this can happen ! Thanks your replies
muddyfox0151
20/3/2019
16:21
Sell off today seems a bit odd...
svenice7
15/3/2019
17:49
HSBC going for take over
svenice7
14/3/2019
17:50
Protesters , go grow some trees and , get a life !
muddyfox0151
14/3/2019
16:57
If you had been looking at Sericas trades yesterday there were dozens for 35 shares.
fardels bear
14/3/2019
16:33
7 trades today with less than 100 shares wtf?
svenice7
14/3/2019
16:24
A bailiff told me the "protection camps" at onshore oil and gas sites always leave propane cylinders behind (used for heating, more convenient to control than wood... oh the irony)
paulpaolo
13/3/2019
12:10
Buying more
svenice7
11/3/2019
10:08
Trouble is that (perversely) snowflakes feel the cold dreadfully and like to sleep in warm comfy beds at night.Imagine their horror at finding ice on the inside of their windows in the morning. Remember those cruise missile women in the eighties and nineties? I can't remember any of their names now but if you'd stuck an ova on the end they'd only have been on the telly once. Apologies if you don't understand my point.
fardels bear
11/3/2019
10:00
Im not being funny but owls can find other homes, if the neighbour plays loud music, just like people do. They have wings you know. These protestors should put their money where their mouth is and buy some land and plant some trees.
svenice7
11/3/2019
09:34
I'd buy back but wait for the Nimby shock and awe reaction on the friendly beeb news tonight.Still, if it gives that smug cow Laura whatsername the night off bring them on I say.
fardels bear
11/3/2019
08:11
Ah there we go that's better.
dunderheed
11/3/2019
08:07
I'm not selling for a quick buck.
svenice7
11/3/2019
08:07
It’s early yet.
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