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Highlands Natural Resources Plc Share Chat (HNR)



Share Price: 10.95Bid: 10.50Ask: 11.40Change: -0.05 (-0.45%)Faller - Highlands Nat
Spread: 0.90Spread as %: 8.57%Open: 11.00High: 11.00Low: 10.95Yesterday’s Close: 11.00


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substp
Posts: 6,153
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.00
RE: Classed as a winner
Today 08:05
You do realise that HNR let @ 65,000 acres of those leases go back...… with the chance of rebidding on them at a later date?
 
trillsg
Posts: 2,229
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.00
Classed as a winner
Today 07:47
Winners

Oil and gas industry, speculators: An entire industry may have sprung up to take advantage of cheap leases on public lands, including those available through noncompetitive leasing. A recent New York Times story contained a revealing anecdote: In 2017, a London-based company, Highlands Natural Resources, nominated tens of thousands of acres for lease in Montana, hoping that no one would bid on them during auction.32 No one did, so the company was able to scoop them up the following day for the $1.50 per acre rental fee. Highlands is now seeking investors for a “prospective” opportunity to develop the area for natural gas and helium.33
A Taxpayers for Common Sense examination of Highlands’ leasing activity shows that this approach has worked on more than one occasion. In fiscal year 2018, the company bought leasing rights on more than 113,000 acres of public land in Montana for $187,000. Because the noncompetitive leases were not subject to a bonus bid, Taxpayers for Common Sense estimates that the American public lost out on $246,000 to $3.6 million in revenue that year—the range between the $2 per acre minimum bid requirement and the average bid in Montana that year of $32 per acre.

https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/green/reports/2019/05/23/470140/backroom-deals/
Monstersaurus
Posts: 118
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.10
RE: Business as usual ;)
Wed 07:36
Demand for CBD highlighted on BBC breakfast yet again - awareness is high (pun intended :)
OneStraightGuy1
Posts: 254
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:11.10
Business as usual ;)
Tue 20:06
Hemp grows well, oil flows nice and far more to come. What not to like here ;)? Happy days ;)
JJAL
Posts: 793
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.10
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 18:36
You know my feelings and I certainly won’t be around to see some of these projects make millions neither will my kids grandchildren. Because some of those projects are dead in the water and you all know it but don’t like to highlight the fact. I think you’ve been watching to many movies if you think some of these projects are going to be resurrected.
trillsg
Posts: 2,229
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.10
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 18:11
Did you mean to say for works out for US, JJAL? Or was it a Freudian slip?
JJAL
Posts: 793
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.10
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 17:28
You’ve done your research and you have your own opinion. If that’s the way you see and you think all projects are going to make millions then very good. Hopefully it all works out for you.
Jbatch
Posts: 248
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.20
I use X/O
Tue 12:56
only 5.95 a trade - Execution only, Keeps more of your profit in your pocket!
burningspear
Posts: 485
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.20
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 11:59
JJ, I have a feeling that you might be mocking me.

BK is seldom wrong. If always.
JJAL
Posts: 793
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.20
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 11:08
Shame you don’t have a date for Helios. Or on a serious note where’s the date for the additional ED wells you were all banging on about for 2019. Times running out for 2019. No worries we can always sell millions of seeds to all the buyers and growers come winter to make up for it.
gallini
Posts: 2,956
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.20
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 11:01
CBD-2019
Nitrogen- July 19
Carbon Dioxide- Feb 12th 2020
DT - April 14th 2020
JJAL
Posts: 793
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.20
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 10:35
LOL. Excellent I can’t wait, I didn’t realise. Have you been for a night out with HD & BH ? I’ve give you the first green arrow for your great information. Do you have a time frame for these ?
gallini
Posts: 2,956
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.20
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 10:31
Totally agree plus when the price of Uranium, when that goes up
burningspear
Posts: 485
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.20
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 10:20
JJ,
To those that missed the salient points, they are:
-zero capital employed
-CBD oil to bring in millions
-Denver (zero cost) to bring in millions
-Hemp seeds to bring in millions, even on a worst case scenario
-DT ultravert to bring in millions
-Nitrogen sales to bring in millions
-Fertilizer sales to bring in millions
-Helium sales to bring in millions
OneStraightGuy1
Posts: 254
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:11.20
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 09:54
Nice round buys today. 50k one after another - someone knows what he is doing.
It's almost June - first hemp harvest very soon and more other good news on the horizon ;)
JJAL
Posts: 793
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.20
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 09:52
burningspear. please enlighten us about ALL these revenue streams. At present we have ED.
burningspear
Posts: 485
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.25
RE: Strong support at 11p - many buys
Tue 09:09
Once all the II's realise the numerous revenue streams at zero capital employed then we will see.

Then the bullies in the playground at school will get their comeuppance.
BlackHopper
Posts: 1,314
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.60
Tick
Tue 08:52
Tock
OneStraightGuy1
Posts: 254
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:11.25
Strong support at 11p - many buys
Mon 10:39
and all sales swept. This only goes one way from here: NORTH ;)
Alan.
Posts: 152
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.45
A cheaper broker than interactive i
Sat 19:06
Interactive Investor have decided to up there fees again, completely unacceptable tbh.
It will now cost £9.99 to have an ii account regardless if I trade or not... some months I dont even trade...

If anybody can recommend a cheaper broker let me know.

What am I paying this useless broker for

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

I trade long term so dont want trading credits accumulating only for them to expire and go to waste after 90 days...

Regards
trillsg
Posts: 2,229
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.45
RE: “With that gas’”
Sat 14:58
JJAL, I'm guessing the comment, "Looks like some are planting the seeds to say we’re now going into gas generation." is aimed at me.

Why wouldn't they use it to solve any flaring issue? If nothing else it might explain Cully's departure.

P.S. haven't posted under your thread as 90% of them get removed for some strange reason.
trillsg
Posts: 2,229
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.45
RE: “With that gas’”
Sat 09:24
Can post it all now on PC. Wouldn't surprise me if this we end up using this tech considering the connections.

Denver firm aims to use natural gas to run computers

System would convert flared gas into power
Mella McEwen | on May 16, 2019

Crusoe Energy Systems of Denver has developed the Digital Flare Mitigation system, which uses natural gas that would be flared to power computer server farms. The company has systems in place in the Williston and Powder River basins and is talking with several Permian Basin operators
Call it the circle of energy.

Energy producers are seeking ways to end the flaring of natural gas. Technology companies are seeking energy to power their energy-hungry computers.
One Denver company thinks it has the solution to both issues. Crusoe Energy Systems has developed Digital Flare Mitigation service, which can use natural gas produced at the well site to power a server farm.

"It's a data center in a customized shipping container, a bunch of servers with energy-hungry computers in a box," Cully Cavness, Crusoe president and co-founder, said in a phone interview.

He explained the service can take the natural gas at the well site and feed it into a gas-fired generator to power the computers. The service also uses internet via satellite for increased efficiency and mobility.

Cavness said the computers are used for applications outside the energy industry, from blockchain applications to crypto currency.
Crusoe currently has systems in place or about to be in place in the Bakken, Powder River and Denver-Julesburg basins and is looking to come into the Permian.

Cavness said the company is talking with several Permian Basin operators and that it's a matter of getting out the company's name and what it offers.

"They're interested because they produce so much gas that it has become a real problem for some operators. We want to offer them a solution that is better than flaring," he said.

Crusoe is a blend of energy and technology, he said. Co-founder Chase Lochmiller, who serves as chief executive officer, comes from a technology background. He has served as a general partner at Polychain Capital, a fund that invested in blockchain technologies, digital assets and energy-intensive computing applications. Cavness is a third-generation oil and gas professional and formerly was vice president responsible for finance and later pipeline development at Highlands Natural Resources.

"I've been in a situation where we were drilling for oil and produced quite a bit of gas along with that oil," Cavness said. "It sparked my interest in what to do with that gas."

Crusoe and its employees are proud to be "from an energy background and behaving like professional oil and gas service providers," Cavness said. "All of our procedures and insurance, for example, are standard for what operators would expect from a high-quality service company. We're oil and gas people with a technology component."

What is key is
JJAL
Posts: 793
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.45
RE: Why the drop?
Sat 08:41
burningspear. What success have we made with the below mentioned projects ? What profits did we make ? We have received income from ED and after all this time we only cover overheads for the current year. We’ve been that successful we had to do a placing to raise 1.2 million to buy this company to make use of our own gas. We received 5 million up front for ED from True ask yourself where did this money go and why did we have to do a placing to buy this company if we’re so successful as you’ve mentioned ?
burningspear
Posts: 485
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.45
RE: Why the drop?
Fri 23:37
JJAL, Not anyone can do it. It takes the investment expertise of RP to make a success of CBD as he has proven with Helium, Nitrogen, Oil, DT ultravert and all the other income streams.

Nice try at a deramp.
Radds
Posts: 209
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:11.45
interesting
Fri 21:51
lifted from another bb - 'From what I'm hearing about the new lse site now in beta testing.The new IT system will ensure that mutiple indenties will stick out like a sore thumb and appropriate action taken. It can't come soon enough'.interesting if truegla honest posters




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