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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
  -4.625p -7.47% 57.25p 56.50p 58.00p 63.00p 56.00p 63.00p 262,827 16:35:10
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Oil & Gas Producers 30.5 -44.8 -11.0 - 69.51

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18/8/2017
09:20
Igas Energy Daily Update: Igas Energy is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGAS. The last closing price for Igas Energy was 61.88p.
Igas Energy has a 4 week average price of 56p and a 12 week average price of 56p.
The 1 year high share price is 380p while the 1 year low share price is currently 56p.
There are currently 121,407,561 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 203,512 shares. The market capitalisation of Igas Energy is £69,505,828.67.
26/7/2017
13:09
bones698: Results are a mess can't make head or tail out of them as nothing is clear with the restructuring thrown into the mix . The details of the farm out and free carry program worth upto 230m are unclear ie is there a minimum amount they can invest or when by etc . Could the partners just say we aren't investing etc. What's the cash position currently and what impact will the restructuring have on future overheads and costs . All in all this company is mess an that is reflected in the share price . They seem to have had a clear out of management but far too late and the damage was done . Going forward a lot depends on if they are profitable, cash in the bank and actually finding some big fields with drilling from the farm outs. That may provide some recovery finally but that's still 6 months away . Good to see British management can still destroy companies so well
24/7/2017
13:31
fardels bear: Er, no. You will get back what you lost when the share price hits 20 times what you paid for them in total. So, if you paid 40p each for yours and you bought say 100,000 that's forty grand you paid. When the consolidation occurred it took the number of share you held down to 500, so you will get your money back when the share price hits eight quid. And I've still got that hat ready..
12/7/2017
13:46
gold map: David, If everyone is sitting on the fence and not buying even small sells like 3 shares will make the market drop. One or a small group who ultimately value the company as a buy are trying to knock the share price down in the morning so they can buy in cheaper later in the day (check the automated sell & then buy times last few days) others on the flip side are doing the odd buy to flag up the games.SP responds to supply and demand based for the most part on confidence - IMO 85% of shares are now in the hands of major investors who won't give them up (leading to low liquidity) unless they double, treble or quadruple their money ( i.e. 72p = 3.6p old share price x4 = 288p = 14.4p old share price - Consolation after restructuring was 20/1) DYORIMO share price is about bottom, when Gas drilling starts (paid for mainly by others hence the often quoted free carry $230m) the true worth of IGas will be known. IMO Lots of upside on existing wells that could be modified to up production subject to planning. Re read the recent news in FT if you would like reassurance? https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.ft.com/content/86afb348-5d5f-11e7-9bc8-8055f264aa8bAlso how about buying a few more shares David? More than 3 ;) I did yesterday with a nice big top up. Again do your own research and good luck :)
20/4/2017
13:45
alamaison5: As expected: 1,722,444 see bellow... alamaison5 20 Apr '17 - 10:48 - 6968 of 6970 0 0 Edit I presume that at least 2/3 millions shares were sold early this morning at around 4.5p. (4.7p at 10:07 am, spot on!) Otherwise the share price wouldn't have collapsed by 9%. This is what make me think that the seller is nearly done.
20/4/2017
10:48
alamaison5: I presume that at least 2/3 millions shares were sold early this morning at around 4.5p. Otherwise the share price wouldn't have collapsed by 9%. This is what make me think that the seller is nearly done.
20/3/2017
12:28
5huggy: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/IGAS/share-news/Igas-Energy-PLC-Director-PDMR-Shareholding/74132936?xref=newsalert
06/3/2017
17:11
nocton: Until we know the rights offer terms no one can say what the share price could or might be. All we know, as far as I know, is that the rights price will be 4.5p. But that does not mean the the share price should be 4.5p of course - it depends on the ratio of new to old shares. Also we still await the final details of the bond restructure and the added cash. If and when Igas start drilling and find extractable reserves the company could be worth many multiples of the current price. And drilling should start this year as planning permissions are granted. The company already extracts oil from sites near Gainsborough - old coal mining areas nearby - so new drilling and good jobs could be attractive to the area. So could be worth a spec. And that's clearly what several buyers think.
23/2/2017
09:42
wiseacre: I think your optimism betrays reality. The fact that the unsecured debt trades at a high discount suggests the share price is over-valued. And the largest holder of secured debt is demanding a fire sale of assets. The company's negotiating position is weak.
03/10/2016
09:35
wiseacre: Igas – dire interims, bondholders take box seat as covenant breach looms By Nigel Somerville, the Deputy Sheriff of AIM | Friday 30 September 2016 Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article. Rarely does one find good news in results which are released at the last minute, and in the case of Igas the recent record of fairly prompt reporting suggested that leaving the interims to deadline day would be a bad omen. This morning’s numbers and, more to the point, update on the bond situation reads badly – for all the positive spin applied. The numbers aren’t good, a bond covenant breach is expected in the second half of next month and then there is the question of how long it may be before the cash simply runs out. To the numbers first, where we see a loss of £25 million, or 8.45p per share. Grim. On the balance sheet we note £27 million of cash and equivalents but net current assets were just £23.6 million – a drop of some £12.5 million over the period and we might also note an increase in non-current borrowings on the balance sheet of £7.6 million since the end of 2015. The cashflow statement shows a net decrease in cash of £4.2 million, before forex differences brought that down to £1.6 million, but this is all rather flattered by a £6.6 million drop in receivables since the end of 2015 (down from £14.8 million). It is good to see the company making an effort to chase up its receivables but I can’t see that being repeated on quite the same scale during H2. But for that, the cash-burn would have been more like £8.2 million in six months and since year-end the company had a coupon payment on its bonds to meet (call that around £5 million). Having previously thought that the company was heading for a cash-crunch around April/May next year, today’s numbers suggest that the cashburn has slowed – but with an extra £7.6 million turning up in the long-term borrowings the position looks flattered, as is reflected in the net debt position reported of £83.5 million, up by £19.5 million (32%) since at Sept 2015 (just nine months previously). That’s just over £2 million a month going to money heaven. But we are also told that cash balances as at 27 Sept of this year, after the payment of interest and amortisation on those bonds, sat at twenty-seven million. So the company has stopped burning cash all of a sudden? Er, no. The balance as at Sept was in dollars, the balance sheet is in pounds sterling. So in fact (taking £1 = $1.30) cash as at Tuesday of this week was down to £21 million – a drop of about £6 million since period end. And we don’t know the current state of payables/receivables, nor the current net debt position. Talking of debt problems, we come to those pesky bonds. We are told that the company is expecting to breach a daily liquidity covenant in the second half of October – call that three weeks away. We are also told that the daily liquidity requirement is $25.9 million – so the company had, as at last Tuesday, just $1.7 million or room for manoeuvre. Yikes. We are further told that the company expects to breach leverage covenants at year-end (now just three months away). The noose is tightening. The company says it is in active discussions with a number of key bondholders, including the mystery bondholder which acquired a large holding via a Dutch Auction. The party is not named, but we are told that its holding is about 34% - a blocking minority should anything need a bondholder vote…. ….such as a capital restructuring, which we are told is the aim of the bondholder talks – with the comment that the aim would be to create a sustainable capital structure. IE the current one is not. The company says it may look to sell off some assets so as to alleviate its liquidity position – including the potential sale of some bonds held in treasury. Hey-ho, let’s solve a debt problem with more debt! Better still, why not sell off the producing assets so the income is reduced. Igas is caught between a rock and a hard place. Of course, the company says that discussions have been constructive and indicate that a consensual deal is possible - but not a certainty. The Board believes a consensual solution is in everybody’s best interests – but do the bondholders? Do the bondholders care about the shareholders? Of course they don’t! Igas is about to go into a bond covenant breach within days. That could see the bondholders calling a default and Igas has no way in which to repay the outstanding debt if that happens, unless it can raise $86 million (plus a bit) by selling assets. I would suggest that this might be quite an ask in the current oil price environment, especially if shareholders think that there might be anything left over for them. Thus the risk is a debt-for-equity deal in which shareholders are diluted to oblivion (see Gulf Keystone, GKP) or the bondholders help themselves to the assets (see Petroceltic, PCI). Most likely, in my view, will be some kind of hybrid deal involving some D4E, some rescheduling of debt maturity, some fundraising (at a hefty discount, natch) and perhaps some asset sales. Whether the bondholders will accept that is another matter, and whether it will actually be enough to turn around the balance sheet woes of the company will remain to be seen. In the end, we could see a partial deal which only kicks the can down the road for a while before they all have to gather round the table once again at a later date. My guess is that the board will want a once-and-for-all deal. After all, this is the board which inherited a train-wrecked balance sheet from previous head honcho Andrew “piggy” Austin. They can blame him. A partial deal which fails will leave the current incumbents on the receiving end of the wagging fingers of blame. The problem is that the secured bonds are due for repayment in 18 months’ time. The longer the bondholders are in talks, the stronger their position gets. As it is, today’s interims get an audit emphasis of matter regarding the company’s status as a going concern. Not only are we warned that there is a material uncertainty about the company’s ability to continue as a going concern – and that the balance sheet does not show the adjustments that would result if the event of the company being unable to pay its bills. In six months’ time those secured bonds become a current liability. If the full year results come early then the covenant test (and breach) becomes apparent all the sooner. If the numbers are delayed then the secured bonds will become a current liability when the auditor considers a going concern statement. In short, it is all bad. The company is haemorrhaging money, racking up ever more debt and the bondholders hold all the cards. With a covenant breach now imminent, the question is more one of how the bondholders see their best chance of getting their pound of flesh. They want their cash and they won’t care about shareholder. If it suits the bondholders, there may be a few crumbs left for shareholders, but I rather fear it really will be crumbs. As for the assets, my guess is that they are probably pretty good, and about to get better. The bondholders will be delighted….. Igas remains a slam-dunk sell. The risk is of a zero for shareholders. The best outcome that I can see is being diluted to oblivion at well under the current share price. - See more at: http://www.shareprophets.com/views/24142/igas-dire-interims-bondholders-take-box-seat-as-covenant-breach-looms#sthash.u665dSqy.dpuf
10/3/2015
08:10
stats11: RNS Number : 9959G Igas Energy PLC 10 March 2015 10 March 2015 IGas Energy plc ("IGas" or the "Company" or the "Group") UK Shale Farm out Agreement with INEOS Upstream Limited ("INEOS") IGas Energy plc (AIM:IGAS) is pleased to announce it has signed a Farm out and Purchase Agreement ("FOPA") with INEOS. On completion of the transaction, INEOS will acquire an interest in certain licences in the North West and East Midlands and the Group's participating interest in the acreage held under PEDL 133 in Scotland. The consideration for IGas' participating interests comprises GBP30 million cash payable to IGas on completion and a funded forward work programme of up to GBP138 million gross, of which IGas' share to be funded fully by INEOS, is expected to amount to approximately GBP65 million. Highlights: -- In the North West, INEOS will acquire a 50% interest in IGas' licences: PEDL, 147, 184, 189, and 190, and a 60% interest in IGas' licences: PEDL 145, 193 and EXL 273 (collectively, the "Bowland Licences"); -- In the East Midlands, INEOS has the option to acquire 20% in PEDL 012 and 200 -- In Scotland, INEOS will acquire IGas' entire working interest in the acreage held under PEDL 133 in the Midland Basin and assume operatorship; -- At completion INEOS will pay IGas a cash sum of GBP30 million; -- INEOS to fund a two phase carried work programme of up to GBP138 million of which IGas' share of the gross carry is expected to be approximately GBP65 million. Upon commencement of commercial production from the Bowland Licences, IGas would be obligated to pay back to INEOS its net share of the carry out of 50% of its net, free cashflow; -- At completion, INEOS will become the operator of PEDLs 145, 193 and EXL 273 subject to normal partner approvals; -- IGas will have up to $285 million of total spend from third parties across its key shale gas acreage from major partners, including Total E&P UK Limited ("Total"), GDF SUEZ E&P UK Limited ("GDF") and INEOS; this will give IGas a significant, funded work programme including 15 wells, flow tests and gas handling stations; -- On completion, the cash component of the consideration will further strengthen the Group's balance sheet giving IGas additional financial flexibility and ability to further develop its onshore licence interests. Commenting Andrew Austin, CEO of IGas, said: "We are delighted to announce this farm out with INEOS which underpins the quality, scale and significant potential of our licences, whilst retaining material upside in these key assets. Alongside the commitment from our existing partners, INEOS's commitment of upfront cash and considerable capital investment will help fund us through the next steps of our shale appraisal and production programme. This transaction, together with our existing partnerships with Total and GDF, reinforces the potential and materiality of our portfolio to world class counterparties and strongly positions us as we seek to work together to unlock the potential of our untapped natural gas resources in Britain." Gary Haywood, CEO of INEOS Upstream, says "This is a great opportunity to acquire some first class assets that have the potential to yield significant quantities of gas in the future. INEOS believes that an indigenous Shale gas industry will transform UK manufacturing, and that we can extract the gas safely and responsibly. We are pleased to have agreed this deal with IGas. INEOS's scale, asset position across the UK, US shale gas expertise, and our expertise in managing oil and gas facilities will be a great match with IGas's existing onshore asset base, and significant exploration and production capability." Jefferies acted as Financial Advisor to IGas on the transaction. ENQUIRIES For further information please contact: IGas Energy plc Tel: +44 (0)20 7993 9899 Andrew Austin, Chief Executive Officer Stephen Bowler, Chief Financial Officer Ann-marie Wilkinson, Head of Communications Jefferies International Limited (NOMAD and Joint Corporate Broker) Tel: +44 (0)20 7029 8000 Sara Hale Graham Hertrich Canaccord Genuity (Joint Corporate Broker) Tel: +44 (0)20 7523 8000 Henry Fitzgerald-O'Connor Vigo Communications Tel: +44 (0)20 7016 9570 Patrick D'Ancona/Chris McMahon Details of the transaction INEOS has agreed to farm into a 50% interest in IGas' licences in the Bowland basin: PEDL, 147, 184, 189, 190; and a 60% interest in IGas' licences: PEDL 145, 193 and EXL 273, (the "Bowland Licences"), in the North West of England. In the East Midlands, INEOS has the option to acquire 20% in PEDL 012 and 200. INEOS will assume operatorship of licences PEDL 145, PEDL 193 and EXL 273. IGas will retain operatorship of all other Bowland Licences. INEOS will acquire IGas' entire working interest in the acreage held under PEDL 133 in the Midland Basin in Scotland and assume operatorship. INEOS has agreed to pay IGas an upfront cash consideration of GBP30 million payable on completion of the transaction. INEOS has committed to agree to fund IGas' share of a forward work programme on the Bowland Licences subject to a gross expenditure cap of GBP138 million. The Carry will be split into two distinct phases. Phase 1 shall commence upon execution of the FOPA. Over Phase 1, INEOS is committed to fund a work programme subject to a gross expenditure cap of GBP70 million. Phase 2, which will be subject to a gross expenditure cap of GBP68 million, shall follow Phase 1 of the agreed work programme. At the end of Phase 1 INEOS must either commit to the Phase 2 carry or return the licences to IGas. The work programme is comprised as follows: Phase 1 - three vertical wells, one hydraulically fractured vertical well, two hydraulically fractured horizontal wells, gas processing and tie-in costs and both 2D and 3D seismic surveys. Phase 2 - two vertical wells, three hydraulically fractured horizontal wells, gas processing and tie-in costs and a 3D seismic survey. On commencement of production from the Bowland Licences and at the point when IGas achieves positive free cash flow from these licences, IGas will be required to repay its net share of the carry to INEOS. Positive free cash flow being gross revenues less costs including operating costs, accrued taxes, capital expenditure, third party transportation and processing fees and third party sales and marketing costs. IGas will repay the carry plus an increment (currently estimated at 6% per annum), out of a maximum of 50% of its net, free cashflow from the Bowland Licences. The free cash flow payment amount is subordinated to all liabilities of IGas pursuant to the Bond Security. Completion is expected to take place not later than 30 June 2015. The transaction is subject, inter alia, to partner pre-emption rights and consents and approvals by the Department of Energy and Climate Change and relevant tax clearances. There is no production from the assets included in this transaction that contribute to the overall EBITDA of the Group. On completion, IGas will have a gross funded carried work programme of up to $285 million, covering the cost of around 15 wells, flow tests and gas handling stations. Asset Overview Licences subject to transaction IGAS CURRENT IGAS POST DEAL Licenses Region Partner Equity Operator Partner Equity Operator --------------- --------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- % % --------------- --------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- PEDL012 East Midlands GDF 75% IGas GDF/Ineos 55% IGas --------------- --------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- PEDL200 East Midlands GDF 75% IGas GDF/Ineos 55% IGas --------------- --------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- PEDL189 North West GDF 75% IGas GDF/Ineos 25% IGas --------------- --------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- PEDL145 North West 100% IGas Ineos 40% Ineos -------------------------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- PEDL184 North West 100% IGas Ineos 50% IGas -------------------------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- PEDL190 North West 100% IGas Ineos 50% IGas -------------------------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- PEDL193 North West 100% IGas Ineos 40% Ineos -------------------------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- EXL 273 North West GDF 75% IGas GDF/Ineos 15% Ineos --------------- --------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- PEDL147 North West GDF 75% IGas GDF/Ineos 25% IGas --------------- --------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- PEDL133 Higher horizon Scotland 100% IGas Ineos 0% Ineos -------------------------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- Lower horizon Scotland 49% IGas Ineos 0% Ineos -------------------------- ------- --------- ---------- ------- --------- Other licences IGAS CURRENT IGAS POST DEAL Licenses Region Partner Equity Operator Partner Equity Operator --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- % % --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- AL9 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- EXL 288 East Midlands GDF 75% IGas GDF 75% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- ML3 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- ML4 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- ML6 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- ML7 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- Total Total Egdon Egdon PEDL139 East Midlands ECorp 32.5% IGas ECorp 32.5% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- Total Total Egdon Egdon PEDL140 East Midlands ECorp 32.5% IGas ECorp 32.5% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL146 East Midlands GDF 75% IGas GDF 75% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL173 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL174 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL178 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL179 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL207 East Midlands GDF 75% IGas GDF 75% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL210 East Midlands GDF 75% IGas GDF 75% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL6 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL 162 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL169 East Midlands Egdon 80% IGas Egdon 80% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL178 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL179 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- --------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL199 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL220 East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- East Midlands 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- --------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL185 North West GDF 75% IGas GDF 75% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL188 North West GDF 75% IGas GDF 75% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL186 North West GDF 75% IGas GDF 75% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL187 North West GDF 75% IGas GDF 75% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL40 North West 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL56 North West 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL78 North West 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- P1270 Scotland 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL 163 Scotland 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL158 Scotland 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL159 Scotland 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- DL2 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- DL4 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- ML18 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- ML21 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL21 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL233 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PEDL235 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- Aurora, Aurora, Brigantes, Brigantes, Corfe, Corfe, Egdon, Egdon, PEDL70 Weald UKOG 50% IGas UKOG 50% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL182 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL205 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL211 Weald UKOG 90% IGas UKOG 90% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL233 Weald UKOG 50% IGas UKOG 50% IGas --------------- -------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL240 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- PL249 Weald 100% IGas 100% IGas ------------------------------- ------- --------- ------------- ------- --------- About INEOS INEOS is a global manufacturer of petrochemicals, speciality chemicals and oil products. It comprises 15 businesses each with a major chemical company heritage. It has a turnover of $54bn. Its production network spans 65 manufacturing facilities in 16 countries throughout the world, employing 17000 people. INEOS products make a significant contribution to saving life, improving health and enhancing standards of living for people around the world. Its businesses produce the raw materials that are essential in the manufacture of a wide variety of goods: from paints to plastics, textiles to technology, medicines to mobile phones - chemicals manufactured by INEOS enhance almost every aspect of modern life. INEOS is one of the UKs largest manufacturing businesses. It employs 4000 people in the UK across 7 sites. It can use shale gas at its manufacturing sites as a feedstock or energy source. The company also owns land, pipelines and storage in some of the key areas being explored in the UK. INEOS Upstream is INEOS' new oil and gas exploration and production business. It has the stated aim to become the biggest player in the UK Shale gas industry. Shale gas could revolutionise UK manufacturing as it has done in the USA. There is incredible potential to provide the UK with greater energy security, growth and jobs, and help the UK's chemical and energy-intensive UK manufacturing industry to succeed, worldwide. For further information please visit www.ineos.com. This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END
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