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Igas Energy Share Chat (IGAS)



Share Price: 74.125Bid: 73.25Ask: 75.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Igas Energy
Spread: 1.75Spread as %: 2.39%Open: 75.25High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 74.125


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MarktheSpark
Posts: 1,580
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:75.25
The Times again
Thu 18:17
Reports this morning that the North-west Ambulance Service is getting really fed up with protesters at Blackpool calling out their service with faked or exaggerated injuries, also blocking the road so their vehicles can't get to emergencies at nearby villages. Maybe the media attitude is beginning to turn more positive - about time!
 
Dickvandick
Posts: 15
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:73.25
RE: A Perfect Storm
Wed 14:21
Your right in everything you say, sadly though as a long time ‘very burnt’ holder of this share it is my belief that nothing will move it forward.
I only keep my stock as selling would just be pointless, but being an early investor in Igas is rather like being in love with a partner who everybody else hates but you always see the good side to them.
I love the optimism on this board from the long time holders but unless the sea change in attitude towards fracking disappears it’s going nowhere.
shaleinUK
Posts: 71
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:75.25
A Perfect Storm
Wed 10:22
Today the price of this share should have gone through the roof. But it doesn't. That is how disconnected the people and investors community are from understanding the energy situation in the UK.

Yesterday it was a perfect storm. A 1000 year storm. A black swan event.

Nearly the UK lost its ability to keep its energy system operational. In a matter of hours the following happened;
1. North Sea pipeline system down for oil for couple of weeks
2. Rough underground storage spitting out its last reserves, closing down for full year of refurbishment
3. Bacton interconnector down, so no supplies from mainland Europe
4. Troll Field Norway 1/3 down due to unscheduled maintenance. So no supply from Norway
5. Only 1 LNG tanker scheduled for UK this month
6. Baumgarten pipeline explosion. It is the backdoor into Europe for Russian gas. Italy within one hour called an energy State of Emergency. Prices went up 50%. Only one supply route left for Russian gas, Nordstream.

So, Whilst in the UK we tend to throw sand in our own machine by giving the floor to Anarchists, Swampies and Google studying housewives, the reality is catching up.
It is not just a theory that a situation like this could happen, it did happen. We are lucky Bacton is back up, but it takes little imagination that the UK can be brought to its knees in terms of energy in a matter of hours to days. We use over 40% gas for electricity generation, and 80+% for heating our homes.

Clearly, there is a role to play for solar. But the sun don't shine at night.
Clearly there is a role for wind. But the wind don't always blow.

What happened yesterday is a total game changer for UK energy. I think on very high level some intense discussions will take place and scenario planning is not even necessary. It really happened!!!!!

Should that impact IGAS?
Well, do you think we now get more support to develop local resources?
MarktheSpark
Posts: 1,580
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:75.25
The Times this morning
Wed 08:07
"This winter, the debate about energy security may have only just begun". They say we will scrape through with supplies but the issue will be the price we have to pay for gas and electricity to do so. "A perfect storm" for energy prices with competition between European countries for pipeline suppliesas well as competition for LNG with the East.
TGrus
Posts: 557
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:75.25
Pipeline shutdown sends oil tas up!
Mon 23:41
MarktheSpark
Posts: 1,580
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:74.00
Outlook
27 Nov '17
Looks like we'll be in for a fortnight or so of coldish weather, it'll be interesting to see what happens to the wholesale gas and electricity prices.

Also reports that China is increasing LNG Imports by 50% as a response to pollution concerns, that must have a gradual effect on world prices. There has been talk of a glut of LNG on the market over the last 12 months or so but it looks like that could rapidly turn as so many countries are increasing gas use to replace coal due to pollution and/or climate change concerns and political pressure.
Superleggera
Posts: 1,957
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:77.25
RE: Follow the smart money
22 Nov '17
Will do Scaramouche7. Thanks for the tip.

Prost
SL
Scaramouche7
Posts: 20
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:77.50
RE: Follow the smart money
21 Nov '17
SL, recognise your handle from SXX, respect your contribution over there even though some people's contributions lately have been trying to say the least. Follow the board a lot but rarely post. Whilst doing your research you may wish to cast your eyes over Verserien. As always the usual caveats apply. Best wishes. S7
Superleggera
Posts: 1,957
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:78.25
RE: Follow the smart money
17 Nov '17
Gold
Yes, I know about Kerogen. Thanks for the other info. I'm going to have a deeper look into Igas.

Prost
SL
WillBGood
Posts: 2
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:78.00
Follow The smart money
17 Nov '17
As the link was removed by the host - try Google search -

UK Shale Developments
Harry Wilkinson.

Very good report on the status of shale




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