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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 -0.6% 16.70 16.80 18.75 16.85 16.85 16.85 2,715,670 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 - 21

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/8/2019
19:14
Put a short in here after the news about earthquakes, what's going on here, no trading actually seems to happen?
inthemix
26/8/2019
20:09
Understand the climate loons will want to blame Cuadrilla whatever but we had a 2.3 in Cornwall this month too. Must be Brexits faults somehow? hTTps://earthquakes.bgs.ac.uk/earthquakes/recent_uk_events.html
bad gateway
26/8/2019
19:17
I think using the term huge is disengenuous...
fardels bear
26/8/2019
12:32
Not looking good https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1170146/Blackpool-earthquake-huge-tremor-fylde-lancashire-twitter DYOR C7
cautious7
20/8/2019
20:09
recoverable reserves of gas in the Bowland Shale, Lancs could "only" meet the entire gas demand of the UK for TEN YEARS says the British geological society. If that's the worst story about fracking and shale that the independent could come up with on the cusp of liberalisation... https://www.independent.co.uk/environment/fracking-cuadrilla-uk-shale-gas-study-climate-change-a9071506.html
paulpaolo
16/8/2019
15:29
In the Guardian, eh? I can imagine Americanos resembling cappuccinos at breakfast bars this morning in Nimbyland.As a rider. I live on the Igas shale in Cheshire. They can drill in my garden for a suitable fee...
fardels bear
16/8/2019
12:55
See today's guardian story, beis open to relaxing microseismicity limit
paulpaolo
06/8/2019
00:41
TA doesn't look pretty... tinyurl/igas-stock-sell
thewealthofsocrates
31/7/2019
07:34
IGAS Trading update - waiting for new cabinet to make a decision on shale.....https://www.investegate.co.uk/igas-energy-plc/igas/trading-update/201907310700032524H/?fe=1&utm_source=FE%20Investegate%20Alerts&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=Announcement%20Alert%20Mail&utm_campaign=Igas%20Energy%20PLC%20Alert
svenice7
30/7/2019
12:48
But so what?
fardels bear
30/7/2019
12:46
"Oil prices have settled into a temporary rut, with WTI stuck in the mid-$50s and Brent in the mid- to low-$60s. Threats of supply disruptions in the Middle East have failed to buoy prices, while ongoing production and export declines in Iran and Venezuela are also failing to push up crude. “I think geopolitics is a key driver but I think what’s in the driver’s seat right now is the concerns around global demand,” Virendra Chauhan, an oil analyst at Energy Aspects, said on CNBC. “OPEC’s supplies are down by 2 million barrels per day. That’s the steepest level in a decade. And yet, oil has gone nowhere in the past month.” U.S. supply growth has grown significantly over the past two years, offsetting much of the cuts from OPEC. This has become a perennial problem for OPEC+. However, the sudden slowdown in demand is adding to their predicament. As a result, at this juncture traders are much more focused on demand concerns and a souring economy. “Demand has undoubtedly slowed down and a lot of that has to do with the China-U.S. trade war,” Chauhan said. He added that the top concern for investors right now is how the trade war might start to disrupt global supply chains. The investment bank says that these concerns about the health of the economy explain the recent positioning by oil speculators, who “noticeably reduced their net long positions in Brent and WTI in the latest reporting week.” If the economy fails to slow even further, this could be the bottom, Commerzbank said. “We see the current price weakness as exaggerated and envisage only limited further downside potential. After all, the oil market is if anything under- rather than oversupplied at present.” Perhaps the market is under-supplied. But the concerns, confusion, and mixed signals about the global economy may head off any price gains in the short run." - By Nick Cunningham of Oilprice bot dom
thewealthofsocrates
30/7/2019
11:48
Yeah, well the Fed has been trying to hike up rates also - Trump has been pushing back, but he can only keep it up until 2020. They are going to spook US investors into a bond sell-off by suddenly driving the rates down before long term bond maturity, this poison will knock down the other bonds, raising yields on the 10-year treasuries, and then the banksters will buy them all up, driving the rates back up, long term. "Why US bond yields could be going the way of Germany and Japan Without a dose of ‘shock and awe’ from the Fed, long-term rates could drop below zero … The central banks must take the lead, and they must start this month. They must bring front-end real yields so low and so fast, that the yield curve steepens. That will cause investors to question the wisdom of holding longer maturity bonds in the face of central banks committed, on a co-ordinated basis, to reflation. Anything short of that risks the 10-year US Treasury remaining on the well-worn path, forged by Japan and Germany, toward zero." - Bob Michele is global head of fixed-income at JPMorgan Asset. [ Financial Times, author Bob Michele, July 26, 2019]
thewealthofsocrates
30/7/2019
11:05
Yada yada yada. Oil is priced and sold in Dollars.
fardels bear
30/7/2019
10:15
Weak GBP vs EUR is going to be bad for stocks like these when it swings back around and the banks raise interest rates, a least for the short term. With the Brexit fiasco and Bojo the Clown as PM, you should be weary before you commit. Ursula von der Leyen will need to pay off both the military ("EU Army") and EU citizens to stop them rioting, so no wonder she wants a "climate fund". The ECB will give her the dough as usually, except with all the extra illegal mouths to feed at higher food prices because crops are being destroyed by the mysterious "solar minimum conspiracy theory", the necessity of paying off foreign rioters who seek to burn cities down and "smash the system", and the prospect of having to deal with heavy blowback from USaudi Arabia's wars with Iran & Yemen ; the price that the ECB will set for that debt will be VERY substantial, and so: Rates WILL Rise.
thewealthofsocrates
29/7/2019
09:33
Sharepad has this valued at 140p. And that's without all the shale / fracking potential.
svenice7
25/7/2019
16:52
Villiers - pro fracking.https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9582516/who-is-theresa-villiers/
svenice7
25/7/2019
14:58
New environment secretary backed fracking Theresa Villiers backed fracking, but calls for action on climate change and spoke out against Heathrow expansion. Theresa Villiers - who supports a no deal Brexit and has voted against a ban on fracking exploration - has been appointed secretary of state for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs by Boris Johnson during his first day as prime minister. The Conservative MP takes over from Michael Gove who had spent 18 months at DEFRA and surprised some environmental campaigners by supporting more progressive policies, from banning plastic straws to meeting campaigners calling for a ban on trophy hunting. The Chipping Barnet MP is, it seems, being rewarded for supporting Johnson's argument in favour of a 'no deal' Brexit. However, crashing out of the European Union could mean the UK losing much of its environmental protections and regulation. Shale The UK would also be vulnerable to trade deals - including with the US - that would result in the import of food produced to lower standards such as hormone treated meat and chlorinated chicken, campaigners have argued. The new environment secretary does not have a particularly high profile - beyond confessing on Question Time that she had tried to smoke cannabis at university on more than one occasion. She has previously served as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and a minister in the Department for Transport. In her time as an MP she has voted against a ban on shale gas exportation and has appeared to downplay the concerns about fracking in a statement on her website, which stated: "We need to strike the right balance between the legitimate concerns of landowners, and the benefits to society as a whole of permitting development." According to They Work for You: "Theresa Villiers voted not to ban the exploitation of unconventional petroleum for at least 18 months and not to require a review of the impact of such exploitation on climate change, the environment, the economy, and health and safety be carried out and published." Action................. hTTps://theecologist.org/2019/jul/25/new-environment-secretary-backed-fracking Sounds like IGAS may have had a bit of a result with her and Boris running the show? See how it pans out for them.
bad gateway
25/7/2019
14:51
Not on that volume.
fardels bear
25/7/2019
14:21
Close to breaking out of 60p.
svenice7
12/7/2019
09:11
Good momentum last few days
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