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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
  0.10 0.48% 21.10 20.00 22.20 20.00 20.00 20.00 35,921 16:35:18
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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28/5/2019
13:34
Front running contenders to be prime minister are Boris Johnson and Andrea Leadsom. Both have strongly supported “fracking”, Boris across the period 2012 to 2014 in various articles, Leadsom in 2016 : https://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/borisjohnson/9733518/Ignore-the-doom-merchants-Britain-should-get-fracking.html - Ignore the doom merchants, Britain should get fracking It’s green, it’s cheap and it’s plentiful! So why are opponents of shale gas making such a fuss - written by Boris Johnson, https://www.itv.com/news/london/update/2013-09-15/we-must-get-fracking-says-brois/ hxxps://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/energy/house/73121/andrea-leadsom-dont-be-browbeaten-fracking-scaremongering - another supportive leading contender, Andrea Leadsom : "is on a mission to change the terms of the debate. She is almost evangelical about fracking, which she is convinced is the answer to Britain’s energy conundrum – an increasing dependency on gas at a time when we are producing less and less of the stuff here in the UK. She says: “As things stand, we have 40% of our gas being supplied from the North Sea basin and that’s reduced from what used to be almost all of it. In the next 15 to 20 years that will reduce to 25%, so the difference is made up of imports from Norway and largely Qatar. “There’s the ridiculous argument that somehow we don’t need gas, we can just do it with windfarms and solar. Of course that’s absolutely implausible. 85% of us use gas for heating and cooking, so we’ve got to have it. Gas is absolutely essential to the UK’s energy security and we’d be mad not to look at what we can do at home.” “People say it’ll cause earthquakes. It’s true it has caused some seismic activity, but that’s not the same as an earthquake. During the process of the actual hydraulic fracturing, an independent well inspector will be standing at the well head with very sophisticated equipment and in the event that you get seismic activity that is greater than slamming a door or jumping off a ladder then they will call a halt and carry on at another point. “People argue that the chemicals used are absolutely poisonous and again that’s just not true. They are fully disclosed and published. They are not carcinogenic. Poisonous chemicals are not being put back into the water table. It is simply not the case that contaminated water will end up as drinking water. It’s just not true.” The alternative to fracking, says Leadsom, is an increasing reliance on imported gas – putting Britain’s energy supply at the mercy of international events. “There are geopolitical risks. If you are completely dependent for your core energy supply on imports then there are risks. As things stand we’re not concerned about gas security, but those things can change. There will always be a need to import gas, but how much are we comfortable importing?”
paulpaolo
22/5/2019
09:18
I agree svenice7, the areas where fracking is being evaluated are no more populated that many sites in the US and re "the public" that volsung refers to they are certainly not representative of the council and most inhabitants in the area near Gainsborough (ex coal mining) where Igas is operating. Nevertheless, I don't doubt the hypocrisy of many politicians of all parties who pontificate on this issue. Corbyn is one of the worst, but likely to be over-ruled by the real Labour in the trade unions who know about real work and real jobs.
nocton
22/5/2019
09:03
If you go to some of the fracking test sites, its empty fields for miles.
svenice7
22/5/2019
08:14
They allowed bombing of innocents in Iraq based on dodgy info. When people see unemployment move up, living standards fall and they call for action - let's see. Hypocrites are everywhere.
p1nkfish
22/5/2019
07:31
The problem is the UK is a small densely populated country. The public will simply not allow fracking to take place.
volsung
22/5/2019
07:26
Gas consumption in UK has increased 3x in the last 20 years. (And that is just energy). Natural gas is not used just for energy , but for agriculture (fertiliser for cheap food) and chemicals (list is massive).Without UK shale, UK is at the Mercy of the Russians, Qatar, Iran and US. so dependent on cheap gas from abroad, there is no guarantee that this will continue..If Corbyn wants to bin off Nuclear, Nationalise energy and fall out with Trump, we will need Shale.
svenice7
22/5/2019
07:14
The assumption that Fracking is dead is already factored in on the price. IGAS already produce without fracking.There are a number of reasons why policy may shift towards Fracking and that has nothing to do with the Tories.
svenice7
22/5/2019
06:41
You people must know fracking is dead in the water (or should that be ‘death in the water’)? Especially now that the Tories are toast
volsung
21/5/2019
23:50
iii have decided to up there fees again... about time I left them Any recommend a cheaper broker? I am considering going to iweb-sharedealing(Halifax) for a fixed £5 a trade or X-O(Jarvis) for £5.95, neither have monthly, yearly, or inactivity fees like ii
carlsagan1
21/5/2019
12:10
I can feel another big buy coming soon.
svenice7
15/5/2019
14:31
That was me
svenice7
15/5/2019
10:42
End of 14th, there was a £300k buy
paulpaolo
14/5/2019
12:20
The RNS was great...
svenice7
14/5/2019
12:10
" The cores we recovered at Springs Road were of a high quality and we look forward in anticipation to receiving the results next month"
svenice7
14/5/2019
08:04
Analysis of the Springs Road well data suite is on track and we look forward to announcing key results next month
currypasty
13/5/2019
11:43
Test results released soon, should start gaining traction.. Ready for the ride. Good luck all holders..
svenice7
10/5/2019
13:04
When they publish their data findings at spring road and tinker lane that there is lots of gas down there, the market will start to wake up.Also will our government continue to keep this ridiculously sensitive "traffic light system". 0.5 Richter scale will stop activity if a pigeon farts half a mile away.
svenice7
10/5/2019
12:52
The results....
svenice7
09/5/2019
08:21
"We mobilised the equipment to Springs Road in early January 2019 and spudded the well on 22 January 2019. In mid-February, we encountered shales on prognosis, at c.2,200 metres depth and drilled through a hydrocarbon bearing shale sequence of over 250 metres, including the upper and lower Bowland Shale. TD has been reached at 3,500 metres after encountering all three targets - Bowland Shale, Millstone Grit and Arundian shales. Significant gas indications were observed throughout the shale section and additionally within the Millstone Grit sequence and the Arundian shale. The cores and wireline logs will now undergo a suite of analysis, the first results of which should be available in the second quarter of 2019. "
currypasty
03/5/2019
10:09
Yes well we knew that. That's why I sold and bought RRE.
fardels bear
03/5/2019
08:23
It appears our government are in another universe, suckers to extinction rebellion and the NIMBYs. We will be slaves to Russia, Qatar and Texas for the next 30 years...
svenice7
29/4/2019
08:59
Fracking tsar resigns after six months over 'ridiculous' ruleshttps://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-48081314
svenice7
27/4/2019
09:34
On the other hand it could just be that private investors have lost interest. I first bought these at 40p, held to one sixty, got massively diluted and then finally sold out when it became clear that under this tory government progress would be slow and under a Corby regime fracking will be dead in the water, much to the benefit of his chums in the Kremlin..I continue to be interested but don't hold any longer.
fardels bear
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