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Igas Energy Share Chat (IGAS)



Share Price: 101.25Bid: 100.50Ask: 102.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Igas Energy
Spread: 1.50Spread as %: 1.49%Open: 99.80High: 102.00Low: 99.80Yesterday’s Close: 101.25


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shaleinUK
Posts: 78
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:99.80
next three months
Fri 07:24
Given current oil price, government policy, shale activities in Igas, the free carry of 240 million gbp;

Within three months we should at least see share price between 1.30 and 1.50. And even at those prices; what a bargain!!!
 
MarktheSpark
Posts: 1,620
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:100.00
100 not out.
Wed 10:56
SP just hit 100p on Google Finance - only another number but good to see anyway.
BMC77
Posts: 234
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:100.00
RE: $80 Brent
Wed 10:23
Good call..
shaleinUK
Posts: 78
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:92.00
RE: $80 Brent
Wed 08:49
I couldn't agree more.

the difference of $30 is full profit

meantime government has made legal process more realistic

so only positives

share price today should be well over 1.00
GoldMap
Posts: 77
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:92.40
$80 Brent
Tue 14:41
IGas restructured (Debt for Equity) last year @90p/4.5p(Pre) when Brent @$50 should be a steal at $80 Brent and 94p SP
Hairyhuskies
Posts: 9
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:90.00
Drax Power Station
Mon 09:23
Drax announces its turning to gas power from coal, does anybody have a fracking map around this area?
MarktheSpark
Posts: 1,620
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:89.00
Nord Stream 2
Sun 23:10
Nord Stream 2 is a proposed new gas pipeline from Russia into Europe which will bypass Ukraine. It involves investment from various large European energy companies and is welcomed by Eastern European countries plus Germany as it might lead to cheaper and more reliable supplies from Russia. Germany is between a rock and a hard place in that they need Russian gas but also object to Russian behaviour in the Crimea and really would prefer to keep Putin at arm£s length.

BUT the USA objects to the project on the pretext that it will provide Russia with the opportunity to lay listening dvivces on the Baltic seabed. More likely they object to increasing Russian economic power in Europe and perhaps hope to support LNG sales from the US into Europe. Trump has threatened sanctions against companies involved in the project. The issue has been rumbling around a while but threatens to flare up if Donald gets an itchy Twitter finger.

What£s this got to do with IGAS, well it£s part of the background to the Government£s support for shale gas, the more we are self-sufficient the less these political squabbles effect the UK£s gas security.
HELIUM
Posts: 118
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:89.00
RE: Relaxation of planning regulati..
18 May '18
Couldn’t agree more, the significance of this statement for onshore shale drillers suck as IGAS is phenomenal. This is a massive leap forward and bodes really well for the future. Onwards and upwards - just a matter of time before the market catches on and we get a re-rate imo. GLA
goldust88
Posts: 1,176
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:86.20
RE: Relaxation of planning regulati..
18 May '18
Mark I agree with you, this announcement could be just the spark to set this share alight.
With a huge potential acrearage, drilling this summer, very low share price and profitable- IGAS has all the ingredients to be big winner .
MarktheSpark
Posts: 1,620
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:85.00
Relaxation of planning regulations
17 May '18
RNS message & BBC announcement. Planning laws on fracking might be relaxed following a government announcement today. Preliminary drilling may be classed as permitted development.

Ministers are also proposing a Shale Environmental Regulator and a new Planning Brokerage Service.
The Energy Minister Claire Perry said: "This package of measures delivers on our manifesto promise to support shale and it will ensure exploration happens in the most environmentally responsible way while making it easier for companies and local communities to work together."

BBC website comment thoroughly one-sided and negative. As an organisation with a hard won reputation for fairness and objectivity they seem to have lost the plot regarding shale development.




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