Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Infrastrata LSE:INFA London Ordinary Share GB00B28YMP66 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.875p 0.85p 0.90p 0.875p 0.875p 0.875p 554,687 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 0.5 -0.2 0.0 21.9 3.29

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/8/2017
12:58
Agreed - any deal/buyout might (not will) generate a return of multiples (x1.n & upwards) on the current valuation.... it doesn't have to go up too much for me to break-even but the continuous downward spiral and failed ambitions of this Business have set a trend for a long time now.... and as some Investors would say "Follow the Chart..."
pottermagic2310
22/8/2017
16:04
I understand now Potter!Bitter long term holder who has written their investment off.From this mcap any deal, be it buyout or JV, will see a multiple return imo
spudtheplumber
22/8/2017
15:54
Theres no telling what the new chaps had in mind for island Magee so its a case of wait and see .just a matter of applying patience and all will become clear one way or the other.Everything else is speculation.
bronislav
22/8/2017
15:35
It's an interesting conundrum. Strategy & Policy has actively decommissioned a distributed Network of Gas Holders whilst winding down Rough has also been in scope. Yet strategic "thinkers" are shouting from the rooftops that we need more Gas Storage ???? Begs the question... are other initiatives based on alternative sources of Energy being given priority, as a strategy to remove any dependency on Gas at all ? 2 things I do know... and sadly I've been invested here quite a while now... INFA's predecessor Portland Gas didn't get anywhere in the end (although I made a pretty penny on that investment at the right time) and this is heading in exactly the same direction, right now, with imminent Business failure right on the horizon. Some thoughtful thoughts blogged on t'internet don't change the status of this Business right here & now... it's just wishful thinking.
pottermagic2310
21/8/2017
20:32
https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=http://www.waterswye.co.uk/resources/gsog%2520paper%2520final%2520pdf%2520screen%2520view%2520print.pdf&ved=0ahUKEwjS7oW0henVAhUkLMAKHWGSCMkQFgg1MAk&usg=AFQjCNEZaTYi3naNqppjM_KzL6C_vrXuDAMore on the need for more gas storage in the UK
spudtheplumber
21/8/2017
20:11
http://www.engineerlive.com/content/21941More UK gas storage needed to ensure integrity of supply
spudtheplumber
21/8/2017
19:34
Are you more qualified than an ex energy minister potter?Probably Not! Sorry if my research interrupted your agenda
spudtheplumber
21/8/2017
19:20
Just reflecting on the demise of a vast network of Gas Holders and thinking... if they were no longer viable for Gas Storage purposes, despite the obvious ability to furnish them with cheaper, off-peak Gas via the nation's existing Gas Pipelines, then isn't the basic premise of rather isolated Salt Cavern storage somewhat flawed ??? Might explain why Portland Gas got nowhere, followed by this 'son' of PG !!
pottermagic2310
21/8/2017
13:10
http://futureofgas.uk/perspectives/gas-generation-and-gas-storage/Written by former energy minister Charles Hendry "The solution, I think, lies in more import routes and more storage.  We have been well served by our LNG import capabilities, but an LNG facility is no guarantee of itself that gas will come into it.  In a world where there is high demand for gas, the gas being transported by LNG tankers will go where the price is highest.   One shipment of gas to the UK from America does not make us the preferred destination, when it can just as readily go to Africa or Asia.I remain persuaded that part of the solution is some form of obligation to develop more gas storage in the UK.  Gas storage will take up to five years to build, so if we want it for the 2020s we need to start building now.  France has over 100 days of gas storage, Germany around 120 – and the UK less than 20.  In the days when we could get extra volumes out of the North Sea when we needed it, that was not an issue, but when we depend on imported gas for our security, it becomes a different matter.  Add to this the challenges our own interconnectors face as their ownership changes in the coming years, and we need action now to deliver the future security we need.  It is already overdue."
spudtheplumber
21/8/2017
13:09
http://www2.nationalgrid.com/UK/Industry-information/Future-of-Energy/Gas-Ten-Year-Statement/National grid 10 year statement published last yearIt assumes Rough storage facility is operational, there is a shortfall in UK storage now
spudtheplumber
21/8/2017
13:06
https://twitter.com/spudtheplumber/status/899339706198085632
spudtheplumber
19/8/2017
11:55
LOLS.... Reality check for those of us who are invested (and most likely losing)... http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/alliance-news/detail/1495459888059490500.html Nothing has changed.... nothing.... No formal Business Plan published to Shareholders by the new BoD, plenty of 'hot air' about a Strategy (aspirations) but no material change to the state/status of the Business itself. http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/alliance-news/detail/1495459888059490500.html
pottermagic2310
18/8/2017
17:17
Good game good game..
blueball
18/8/2017
17:09
Not invested then CWO. Just a RAMPER BUSTED !!!
pottermagic2310
18/8/2017
12:20
http://guerillainvesting.co.uk/2009/12/15/stock-bashers-3/
cl0ckw0rk0range
18/8/2017
12:11
Why would I be posting here were I not invested? Besides the point, what business is it of your's? I don't really care for you'r tone either.https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/rough-turns-up-heat-on-fears-over-gas-storage-zxrzq69hwThe energy company also joined mounting calls for the government to address the future of gas storage amid concerns that consumers could be left exposed to supply shocks after the closure of Rough, Britain's biggest storage facility.Centrica, Rough's owner, said in June that it would permanently shut the site, a disused North Sea gasfield, because repairing its ageing infrastructure was no longer commercially viable.
cl0ckw0rk0range
18/8/2017
12:07
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/rough-turns-up-heat-on-fears-over-gas-storage-zxrzq69hw
cl0ckw0rk0range
18/8/2017
09:26
Interesting that you're replicating somebody else's post LemonC@ck... and you've only been posting here since May this year, with no prior knowledge and still haven't actually confirmed if you're invested at all (since approximately that time). Still think you're a very transparent, un-invested RAMPER.
pottermagic2310
18/8/2017
06:46
hxxps://www.oxfordenergy.org/wpcms/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/NG-72.pdfIn this document there are historical prices paid for gas storage projects both developed and undeveloped.Hole house gas storage project - sold undeveloped for £22m in 2002 - Volume 75mcmByley has storage project - sold undeveloped for £96m in 2005 - volume 165mcmInfa island Magee storage project undeveloped - 500mcmJust shows some of the figures involved here, I think a sale of asset could easy fetch us £20m+ and that's being conservative!
cl0ckw0rk0range
17/8/2017
10:39
Now that's more like it... somebody has unearthed from the cavernous depths of the Information 'sinkhole' where the real value might lurk and what that value could be based on some loose associations with possibly similar ventures. Wouldn't it be astonishing if the new BoD managed to find a most appropriate Buyer for something like 10s of millions ??!!!!
pottermagic2310
17/8/2017
08:15
From LSE: === DJP4976 Posts: 292 Premium Chat Member Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 0.85 Document Today 08:07 hxxps://www.oxfordenergy.org/wpcms/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/NG-72.pdf In this document there are historical prices paid for gas storage projects both developed and undeveloped. Hole house gas storage project - sold undeveloped for £22m in 2002 - Volume 75mcm Byley has storage project - sold undeveloped for £96m in 2005 - volume 165mcm Infa island Magee storage project undeveloped - 500mcm Just shows some of the figures involved here, I think a sale of asset could easy fetch us £20m+ and that's being conservative!
x54v
17/8/2017
08:12
blueball 17 Aug '17 - 07:43 - 1084 of 1084 1 0 (Filtered) cl0ckw0rk0range - there's a better quality INFA BB over at LSE.
x54v
17/8/2017
07:43
Late for school again Alex lol.
blueball
17/8/2017
07:21
blueball 16 Aug '17 - 20:46 - 1080 of 1082 0 0 (Filtered) pottermagic2310 16 Aug '17 - 23:29 - 1081 of 1082 0 1 (Filtered) cl0ckw0rk0range - just filter both, then you never need to read the rubbish they come out with. They are happy with the attention from every response they get and probably get satisfaction from winding you up. Filter them and they lose that satisfaction.
x54v
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