Hve I missed the boat as I completely fail to see the connection between your post and Igas. I am aware that Americans are to ship cheap shale gas to Scotland for distribution in the uk, is this it? Thanks in advance
Fracking The Anti-Fracking Movement, Part I: The Inside Story Of The Foundation Behind The Campaign To Discredit Natural Gas
Dan Fitzsimmons remembers that blustery day in March 2011 when he traveled to the offices of the Park Foundation in Ithaca, New York, asking for help. He was hopeful and a little desperate. The landowners he represented in the southern tier of the state were in the grip not only of the Great Recession but of New York state’s long, suffocating economic decline. There was, however, one reason for hope, Fitzsimmons and his neighbors believed. Deep underneath the rolling hills of upstate New York lay a massive sheet of untapped wealth in the form of shale gas. They had witnessed their neighbors just over the border in Pennsylvania experience a remarkable economic recovery because of that state’s decision to tap its gas. Vast reserves existed under their property as well, but New York was—and is—in policy gridlock.
Cautious7, Make your mind up, man. You don't want 'fracking' on your doorstep, but are prepared to buy into IGAS if the SP is low. Now you're 'unsure' as to whether to phone LSE or not. What are you going to say on the phone, anyway? My post may have been (sic) vile, disgusting, and nauseous. However yours is just silly and amusing. Please keep your posts coming for everyone's entertainment. It's only about money, after all. And you seem to be obsessed with that, rather than taking the time to think about what oil and gas drilling is really to do with. Like whether you get energy resources available to you next winter. Go on, pick up the phone to LSE. Give them a laugh as well.
adoubleuk post below is one of the most vile, disgusting and neasusting posts I have ever seen on a forum. By all means disagree but what you have posted and posted stuff similar before but not to this extent to my knowledge. I find the post very hurtful, very nasty, uncalled for and has no place on any forum. Again, it is very hurtful and disgusting and I'm not sure If I will ring LSE tomorrow - there was absolutely no need for this at all. :(
Ken, Sorry, although I'm someone with technical knowledge, I wouldn't want to expand on what the company has sent in RNS. The paragraph which you highlighted refers to fields which IGAS alredy exploits, and others in progress which don't involve so-called 'unconventional' techniques, 'fraccing', and all the rest which makes the headlines because rock stars' daughters like supergluing themselves to their boyfriend, from which situation they can only be released at the taxpayer's money. And to my personal great distress, because I love the music which Chrissy Hynde and the Pretenders once produced. They were known as 'The Hereford Mob', in the same way as a certain branch of the Army are. But all that aside, it's just a solid RNS and report on the AGM. Encouraging things, and intra-linea signs of optimising stuff already existant which provide cash-flow to bolster great leaps forward which are on the horizon. The 'digital oilfield' is not, in fact, new. But it helps, bigtime.
But either way, I win! Being a shareholder in both DART and IGAS! If at the AGM the shareholders of Dart vote the deal out, I might sell out like a rocket, for whoever wants to buy them and keep their money in a company notorious for its faiures. But probably not, because it means a freebie top-up in something which works.
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