Just curious why Egdon should be 20% up today. Their annual figures were pretty mediocre. Wressle looks pretty good but their overall potential resources are not a patch on those controlled by Igas.
By the way I wonder what happened to the Ellesmere Port drilling report. The data must surely be back from the USA by now. I guess IGAS is waiting until after the election. Vote shale for a warm and prosperous future for the UK.
Another by the way, I watched the BBC "War over Fracking" programme on the IPlayer. The best part was the brilliant performance by the Scottish Energy Minister, clearly a canny Scot and ex-lawyer. He just kept saying we're going to have a national debate and use evidence and reason, actually saying nothing, but certainly it felt to by biased ears it felt like the subtext was "if you think we're going to lets some green fantasists get in the way of Scotland's economic future, then think on pal"
Nice research, there you have it the full 'fraccing truth', more than 200 wells have been fracced in the UK over the past and not an earth tremor above what we normally have, no poisoned people, no water on fire coming out of the taps. Flu like symptoms, even less than normal, since they started vaccinating for it : )). 2,000,000 fracced world wide. I run my car on LPG and I don't seem to be suffering the effects of poisoning from it. Once upon a time the government used to give grants to convert cars to run on LPG, it is a much cleaner burn and reduces harmful emissions . So if they can kickstart that again, then even Greenpeace will have to admit . Shale gas is reducing CO2 emissions
Centrica has increased fears of gas supply shortages in the winter after warning that a partial shutdown of its storage facility may be extended. Can whatever new government comes to power really leave shale gas in the ground.
Reply from Hot Copper... Snapped up by AJL at a bargain basement price. See jake0002 post http://hotcopper.com.au/posts/14892355/single AJL yet to see much appreciation as yet but should also benefit from increased NSW csgactivity due to role as services/infrastructure provider
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