@BOTAK, agree with your last comments. Ineos could well be interested in A.G. kincardine licences. Also the Frances licence is adjacent to the licences held by " First Quarter " so a tie up there is a possibility. Pmg are adjacent to our Southern North Sea licences and cash rich at the moment and looking to spend, so another possible tie up.Not to mention all the other ucg licences around the rest of the UK. Coking coal for steel in Cumbria from one of our licences.
IMO it probably has to do with the negative decision on fracking in Lancs, Now that could well turn out to be the news AC has been waiting for, If INEOS cannot press forward with the fracking plans then the only viable uk gas feedstock close to hand is our acreage ear marked for UCG, If no fracking is consolidated in Scotland , the only viable alternative is UCG ,, if they ban that methodology we might aswell ALL start buying thick wool overcoats as we will be at the mercy of foreign British blood suckers Its **** or Bust time here soon guy,s
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