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Hurricane Energ Share Chat (HUR)



Share Price: 55.60Bid: 55.60Ask: 55.65Change: -0.15 (-0.27%)Faller - Hurricane Energ
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 0.09%Open: 56.05High: 56.30Low: 55.30Yesterday’s Close: 55.75


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Genghis15
Posts: 4,015
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.45
RE: Share price
Today 12:05
Well, apparently, it's all about risk. Risk that the boat won't work, risk that the hookup will go wrong, risk that the wells won't flow, risk that the co will need another raise, etc, etc.

But as soon as one of those risks passes, and we are hooked up, the boat's working, the wells are flowing, the oil is being sold, the revenue is coming in ; Ah, well, apparently it was all priced in.

In other words, F$ck knows.
 
Jhaylock
Posts: 213
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.45
RE: Official cargo volume Amunds Spirit
Today 12:03
It seems like Lancaster wells have been averaging over 20,000 barrels a day since the 1 June to offloading.
Not bad during a disruptive test period.

jhaylock
munners
Posts: 27
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.55
Share price
Today 11:55
Why is the share price so static given the news flow ?
MrWilks
Posts: 80
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.60
RE: Official cargo volume Amunds Spirit
Today 11:40
I get 21,654,507 dollars
Chikungfunk
Posts: 29
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.60
RE: Official cargo volume Amunds Spirit
Today 11:36
Cheers Amaja- appreciated.
ash666
Posts: 4,874
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Price:55.60
RE: Official cargo volume Amunds Spirit
Today 11:33
Any idea what we put in the AS?
IFO380/IFO180/LSMGO/……?

https://shipandbunker.com/prices/emea/nwe/nl-rtm-rotterdam
wellwell
Posts: 6,308
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Price:55.55
RE: Official cargo volume Amunds Spirit
Today 11:24
I get 338713 barrels
Amaja
Posts: 58
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.60
Official cargo volume Amunds Spirit
Today 11:20
The captain of the Amundsen Spirit has communicated to the Rotterdam Harbour agencies the following information concerning her cargo:
47.389 tons of crude oil which is apparently the equivalent to 356.429 barrels of crude oil (from Lancaster).
Is this precise enough?
chablard
Posts: 538
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.50
RE: Share Price.
Today 10:26
FGS = For God's sake.

Being facetious. Sorry
bartlebobton
Posts: 218
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Price:55.55
RE: Share Price.
Today 10:22
Was that with a supermarket trolley ... ?
chablard
Posts: 538
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Price:55.55
RE: Share Price.
Today 10:08
Thought for a moment I was on bloody Facebook . ( which I'm not)

Did I tell you about the time someone bumped my car in the car park FGS
JohnPearson
Posts: 147
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.80
RE: Share Price.
Today 09:49
This was also when Mobil 1 was in its infancy so was about a weeks wages.

Of course my Father bettered that. He has reversed the car out of the driveway with the oil pan under the car which then flipped over.................
Saltire69
Posts: 14
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.70
RE: Share Price.
Today 09:45
John that was funny hope your driveway got cleaned up .I did the same with my drain plug on the back of my Alaska 500 boat lucky i got it back to the slipway on time .
SIPPn00b
Posts: 3,617
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:56.10
RE: Hurricane Energy-Momentum Continue?
Today 09:29
"Hurricane’s final licence Hurricane, which sits outside GLA and GWA holds a 2C contingent resource of between 179-205 million stock tank barrels of oil."

I think they mean Whirlwind, and it's Lancaster EPS, not EPC, but otherwise, a decent summary, thanks.
BurtonD
Posts: 329
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Price:56.10
Hurricane Energy-Momentum Continue?
Today 09:20
Hurricane Energy looks strong as it delivers first production and revenues.

This year has seen oil and gas player Hurricane Energy rise from 40.5p to 55.7p on the back of strong newsflow across its portfolio of licences in the UK’s Continental Shelf. With the firm – which claims to control more discovered but undeveloped UK oil resources than any of its peers – recently delivering first production and revenue, we review its recent performance and future potential.

https://total-market-solutions.com/2019/06/19/hurricane-energy-will-momentum-continue/
somm
Posts: 433
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Price:56.10
WD
Today 09:16
Where's mi wick news?

Come on you monster!
JohnPearson
Posts: 147
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:56.10
RE: Share Price.
Today 09:10
I personally find doing it yourself on cars is a ballache nowadays. Technology has moved on as has my age.

Things also seem to go wrong despite all the preparation, I've never lived down the feeling of warm oil on my feet after passing a gallon of Mobil 1 fully synthetic through the engine after forgetting to put the sump plug back in.

You have to have good brakes though
wellwell
Posts: 6,308
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.75
RE: Hurricane Energy ... anyone?
Today 06:33
Hello AK I was responding to Johniefp and the previous posters who were talking about reservoir damage and the fact the wells were previously flowed albeit restricted by topsides constraints but don’t let that stop you commenting out of context.
I’m off to work shortly. Have a nice day at the pub or the casino or whatever.
JiffyBag
Posts: 2,900
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.75
RE: Share Price.
Today 01:11
Hello AK,

I was replying to Johnpwh, it is Johnpwh's motor not mine, :O)

Being an Ex Petrol/DIY Head, (Used to take cylinder head off my 1600 Ford Corsair De Luxe to do a De-Coke, every 12 months in the 1970's, just for the hell of it, :O) , my course of action would have been to change brake couplings/hose myself,as it isn't such a difficult task if one has a Haynes or equivalent manual.
adoubleuk
Posts: 9,809
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.75
RE: Share Price.
Today 00:55
Jiffy,

"Took my little Lotus Elise for an MOT today, passed no problem as always. Duly happy, I said to them 'how much to change the rubber flexible brake hoses with stainless braided ones and (of course) the fluid'. The hoses are 20 years old, he thought it a good idea. In my mind £150 inc parts. Answer..... £500. Kin 'ell, it is apparently a very time consuming job.'

Lotus. Lots of Trouble, Usually Serious.

But yeah, if you've been advised to change your 20-year old brake hoses by sompeone cogniscent in the matter, do so. And why not upgrade to stainless-braided at the same time?

I'm in such a situation right now.

A year ago, on a 500-mile trip south of Perpignan, my coolant level was indicating low. As I was obliged to get there for a truckrace, I did, topping-up with 6 litres of coolant on the way.

In the paddcck, took various 'shouds' and things of the engine, identified the leaking hose, but (with more important things to do), I drove home with fingers crossed, using a further 12 litres of liquid. It was nerve-wracking, but I made it.

Having got to my local friendly garage, I got a call a day later²², saying I ought to come and look at things, which I did. And was horrified. End result, not just one hose-change, but the whole dam lot, 'cos they were all of the same age. Plus the A/C drivebelt and pulley.

Do it now. My problem then was just the cooling-system. Of course, had it completely gone, it could have wrecked the engine.

But if the brakes go on your lively little sportscar at speed, it could be worse than that.

Safety first.

AK
adoubleuk
Posts: 9,809
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.75
RE: Hurricane Energy ... anyone?
Today 00:32
Wellwell,

"There’s no evidence they did flow the wells ‘un-restricted’ but if they did then I’m sure it’s worth doing as part of the overall data gathering process."

I don't think anyone here has suggested the wells have been flowed 'un-restricted'.

In my book, 'unrestricted flow' is called a 'blowout'.

Nothing like that has happened in the N.Sea nor WoS for decades....
adoubleuk
Posts: 9,809
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.75
RE: Hurricane Energy ... anyone?
Today 00:27
Wellwell,

"The risk of over-production here is water coning but we’re guided that the water contact is very deep. If in the worst case scenario water is drawn up then it’s possible with proper management it can return to ‘normal’ by controlling the flow. "

Yes, maybe, but now you're clutching at straws to continue your 'negativity' for whoever is pulling your lead. You're talking absolute bollocks, and should give up, because you're beginning to make a fool of yourself, negating whatever credibility you might have had as an 'oil-knowledgable' person on this site.
adoubleuk
Posts: 9,809
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.75
RE: OTish Oil at midday
Today 00:21
Bartlebottom,

" Nixon, aka tricky dicky, is seen as one of the most deceitful US presidents that ever lived"

Maybe. But he essentially based all his further career on having been a demon poker-player during his time in the navy. Check it out.

I doubt that the present POTUS could even spell the word 'deceitful' on his twitter-feeds, let alone give a rough definitition of what the word means.

Yrs, slighly tipsy after an evening in a 'rough' café, but where we're all 'honest thieves', and my car in a garage 90 miles away awaiting repairs but everything covered by insurance,

adoubleuk




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