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Share Price: 26.50Bid: 26.50Ask: 27.50Change: 0.25 (+0.95%)Riser - Igas Energy
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 3.77%Open: 27.00High: 27.50Low: 26.50Yesterday’s Close: 26.25


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BRB1
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RE: IGAS ISAG
Today 09:39
Mike J.
Welcome, your shareholding blows me away. Onward for igas !
 
CH-4
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IGAS ISAG
Today 09:20
IGAS Shareholders Action Group holdings have now surpassed the first 1million milestone! Welcome to our largest shareholder Mike J.
BRB1
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RE: Research
Thu 15:59
Vernony I agree with your comments, whilst of academic interest it does not impact on shale gas in the UK or igas in general.
Vernony
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RE: Research
Thu 13:57
Oh I think that this report fails to take in the importance of Shale gas and Shale oil to individual national economies and energy security, also in the case of non producer countries the affects importing oil has on their balance of payments. This is not, therefore, entirely a commercial enterprise, it has political overtones too. I don't think that countries which have good Shale prospects will allow this industry to fail
BRB1
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igas
Thu 07:37
Small top up on my holdings the other day, regards to all lth's.CH4 still awaiting you to update my igas isag total.
adoubleuk
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RE: Task Force on Shale Gas
Wed 13:48
I think that goes without saying! Does one need to establish a 'task force' to make such obvious statements? In my own professional experience, allowing local representatives onsite has always been the case, and a matter of simple politeness, if nothing else, although obviously it can't be done on a 'free to come and go as you please' basis, when delicate or potentially hazardous operations are underway. And this is not limited to shale-gas, but just about any drilling operation. There should be somebody onsite, or maybe a designated 'local relations person' in the base office tasked with helping such visits, and who hopefully has met with local representatives even bofore operations have commenced.

But also, one has to differentiate between 'local representatives' and potential troublemakers, industrial spies from rival companies, or possible terrorists .

But naturally, during a frac job, for instance, if you're pumping 120 bbl per minute at 13,000 psi, anyone not essential to the job should not be allowed close to it. An oilfield wellsite is not a children's playground. Take the kids down a coalmine, sure, why not? But you don't take them to the mining-face when a new seam is being broken into. Pure common sense, and it doesn't need some 'task force chairman' with a pristine unscratched hardhat and a yellow jacket (and probably a second-class degree in Sociolagy from some dodgy university) to tell us that!

I wonder how much CNN paid him for his 'fifteen minutes of fame'?
proofman
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Task Force on Shale Gas
Wed 10:55
Chris Smith, Chairman, Task Force on Shale Gas interviewed on CNN, saying when the regulator goes on site he should be accompanied by local community representatives.
Ribeiro
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RE: Re Number crunching
Wed 10:55
Value of sales and profit are two different things. If the total profit (= total value) will be 10% of the sales amount, that would already be great. This means, that share value one day may be 10 or 20 times higher than today, but I doubt it will ever be hundreds of times higher than it is now. However, I would ''love'' if you are right.
DiviLike
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RE: Re Number crunching
Tue 17:06
Ps. The SP will never get anywhere near that high because IGas will start paying out very nice dividends once a regular cash stream develops. But for most of us (well, certainly fo me) that is even better.





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