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mcadder
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The Times
Today 11:49
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/ireland/shannon-gas-developer-new-fortress-eyes-flotation-9323dljxr

Shannon gas developer New Fortress eyes flotation
Brian Carey
January 20 2019, 12:01am, The Sunday Times

New Fortress Energy, an American company seeking to develop a liquefied natural gas terminal and power plant in Co Kerry, is planning to raise $400m (€352m) in a stock market flotation.

New Fortress last year entered into an agreement to buy Shannon LNG, a project company that owns the rights to develop and operate a liquefied natural gas terminal plus a combined heat and power plant on the Shannon estuary near Ballylongford.

New Fortress was co-founded by Wes Edens, founder of private equity company Fortress Investment and co-owner of Aston Villa Football Club. Edens will retain a majority stake following the flotation.

The proposed Shannon terminal will include a storage facility with onshore regasification equipment and pipeline connection into the distribution system of Gas Networks.
 
mcadder
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The Guardian
Today 11:40
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/jan/20/observer-view-hitachi-fiasco-confirms-energy-policy-in-ruins

The Observer view: the Hitachi fiasco confirms that our energy policy now lies in ruins
Ministers must act quickly to make up for the firm’s decision to axe its Wylfa nuclear power plant
Observer editorial

Sun 20 Jan 2019 06.00 GMT

By any standards, last week’s decision by Hitachi to end construction of its £20bn nuclear power plant at Wylfa in Wales was a major blow to Britain’s prospects of creating an effective energy policy for the 21st century. The move follows a withdrawal by Toshiba from the construction of a similar project in Cumbria last year and leaves Britain struggling to find ways to generate electricity for a low-carbon future.

Together, these nuclear plants would have generated 15% of Britain’s electricity – without emitting carbon dioxide. Now the government faces serious questions about how its electricity pricing policies scuppered these two key pieces of UK infrastructure. More importantly, the nation needs to know, very quickly, how ministers intend to make up for this lost capacity. Given the tepid nature of previous plans and continual changes made to energy policies, success is not guaranteed.
spudtheplumber
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RE: Other gas storage
Today 10:12
Centrica bains gas storage facility would also be LRS .
Centrica have announced the scrapping of this project too
aunty
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RE: We Larne Times
Today 09:11
Lurkers love child lol
Humpalumps
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RE: We Larne Times
Today 00:36
Weyyyyy, naz is back and spieling more shit ;D
nazareme
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We Larne Times
Today 00:22
Given that infra had poison vans at Woodburn forest drill site with signs warning danger to fish which caused two or three dams to be closed due to health and Safety as a precaution .
This is the same company which intends to pump brine into the Larne lough and kill the fish and wild life.
Also the toxins used in the drill will spill into the lough.
Waste will also be dumped at Belfast and possibly Ballyclare with many toxins used on the main roads from islandmagee.
Impact will be big with these waste trucks running daily from about 7am.
Also note Infra had a pretax loss of 1million.
Given they have Wasted nearly 2million each year.
Where is the large investors ?
Would you invest in destroying Larne
They hope to get 40million to store gas from fracking which most insurance companies will not insure homes near these gas drill sites and even if they did it would cost a fortune.
Home prices would be worthless .
Water would be scarce as trillions upon trillions of water would be used.
Sand would become scarce and toxins would be dumped all over UK damage to waterways.
Invest in sea generators now and stop the damage to land and water.
You have 24hrs waves but yet the gas companies want to extend all over the UK just for profits and hang the consequences in five years time.
Tell me what part of the UK are they not extending the gas.
You have been warned that the gas will not last.
jimmy00
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RE: Larne times
Sat 20:09
Looks spot on. Who knows maybe additional support for INFA. Is it bad ive been invested here for a few months, and only now realise the natural gas power station is on island magee? It's called Ballylumford
mcadder
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Larne times
Sat 19:08
https://www.larnetimes.co.uk/news/business/east-antrim-suppliers-vital-to-discussions-on-energy-strategy-for-northern-ireland-1-8772551/amp

East Antrim suppliers ‘vital to discussions on energy strategy for Northern Ireland’
Published: 17:20
Wednesday 16 January 2019
The future of East Antrim’s power stations is to be raised with the Utility Regulator later this month.

Plans for the discussions were revealed as Mid and East Antrim Borough Council called for local energy suppliers to be placed at the heart of a long-term energy strategy for Northern Ireland.
Setanta1
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Mitch
Sat 18:13
I understand. Sorry if I offended you.
Loosegoose
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RE: Just a thought
Sat 18:10
I have enjoyed the discussions recently. I guess we all continue to learn from others. Some interesting points and we should remember that nothing in life is perfect. All good things come with other things that some aren’t pleased with. At the end of the day we invest where we think there is more upside than downside. I trust the value proposition on offer with Infrastrata. I trust the governance structure. I Am very pleased that 100% ownership of IM has been maintained during the difficult times. Sure there were some compromises made to keep it this way and we need to consider what the value differential would be if those compromises had not been made. Keep up the good natured discussion. I remain convinced there is a lot more value to be had and I will stay around to enjoy it materialising through a good BoD with a good pipeline of additional projects to be formalised.
spudtheplumber
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Relevant article
Sat 16:50
Mitch1967
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Just a thought
Sat 16:32
A substantial ownership of approx. 85.86% in INFA is held by the general public. With this size of ownership, retail investors can collectively play a role in major company policies that affect shareholders returns, including

EXECUTIVE REMUNERATION

and the appointment of directors. They can also exercise the power to decline an acquisition or merger that may not improve profitability.
Mitch1967
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RE: Mitch
Sat 15:26
I also stutter lots when I speak - hope you don't mind at the AGM ?
Mitch1967
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RE: Mitch
Sat 15:25
I get your point truely i do "Setanta!"

Maybe I should have let you all know when I joined "LSE" - 3 years ago I was victim to two hit and run road accidents - I myself notice more after posting some text is misaligned, spelling errors or grammar

BUT the message is reasonably clear
Setanta1
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Mitch
Sat 15:10
Sorry to say so but I frequently have problems understanding what you are posting about. i am referring to the English and the syntax. And you do tend to post at length. I guess it's your right but I expect you want us to understand.Your last post is a perfect example. "....that we are at present that have progressed that far with FEED completed."
spudtheplumber
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RE: Other gas storage
Sat 14:54
Good discussion today Mitch and you have helped me research a bit more!

Hope you get satisfactory answers to your questions on the 31st.
I look forward to your opinions of the bod, imo they are "legit" as we kids say ;)))
Mitch1967
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RE: Other gas storage
Sat 14:45
That's a good point and can be noted in the said chart that we are at present that have progressed that far with FEED completed.
spudtheplumber
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RE: Other gas storage
Sat 14:20
Nobby is better to talk about this but I believe seasonal storage intrinsic value is no longer economical?
These facilities have been planned for years and non have advanced to FEED
Mitch1967
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RE: Other gas storage
Sat 14:14
I take on board your points there Spud.

Sure there must be some form of need, otherwise why build such complex facilities?

I am all in favour of our project 100% and if we have capacity to extend as far as possible in the qty of caverns, that is fandabbydossy. I am particularly interested in the twinning of SNIP
spudtheplumber
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Other gas storage
Sat 13:59
Deborah and Baird would be seasonal gas storage sites (like rough was)

Inject in the summer, withdraw in the winter. These type of facilities do not have the fast acting flexibility of salt cavern MRS facilities like islandmagee.
Centrica have already stated they are not going to proceed with Baird.

Gateway caverns are off shore and require 24km of pipe, electric and control cable to be laid below the sea, also a platform at each cavern. I can't find even approximate costs for this facility but imagine a lot higher than islandmagee?

We have first mover advantage which is a massive positive imo.

Also, imo, a 23 cavern islandmagee would almost negate the need for Gateway.

A lot of questions for the AGM
Mitch1967
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Of couse.....
Sat 13:31
Of course our guys do a good job ....that's why we py them their salary
Mitch1967
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RE: RE: Warrants and Options
Sat 13:26
Spud, to answer your question - No I have not just noticed and am fully aware we have many outstanding warrants.

I have noted on occasion people here on the BB wondering maybe even moaning with comments not far of “Christ when is this going to end” as the SP takes a dip whilst the SM recalculates the SP and in their own state of mind reflecting thoughts “when is this going to end” Some even replying well a certain priced option expires this month, seems to be a topic people talk about.

That shows concern in my eyes, from my fellow shareholders.

In a previous message I did mention that the raising of funds via options to third party organisations an acceptable method for a non-cash generating company (current position)to raise funds. (Not in those exact words – I believe I said after a string of text “AND I’M FINE WITH THAT”)

W & O sure there are always positives along with the negatives in life and in business. The guys that WORK for our Company when planning a raising of cash via a stock placement of other do you for one moment think they only plan for the immediate cash they require? NO, they don’t they factor in contingency and this will include things like wages (proberly the first item on the list, AND SO IT SHOULD BE) so why can JW just decide to take discounted shares when the company has the cash to pay him.

W & O as you can noted on page 7 bottom right hand corner a list of intended gas storage projects – within the lifespan of Islandmagee there will be other large facilities coming to market – how do we intend to lock our (then) customer base into of facilities? A real question for the future of IM - A question for the AGM

THERE needs to be stricter control on this, the remuneration committee is made up of internal staff that basically can do as they wish when it comes to taking shares or warrants. Remember they get a salary which I am sure is a tidy sum in the first instance. WE need to redefine the controls on this as follows;

i. The directors have the consent of the shareholders to issue shares with warrants attached as and when appropriate in order to aid the company to further progress.
ii. The directors can-not issue warrants or options to buy at fixed market prices whilst the company is in advanced financial talks (insider dealing)
iii. Such warrants issued to directors for performance should be approved by the shareholders at the AGM
dawski37
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RE: RE: Warrants and Options
Sat 12:36
Spot on,buddy !
dawski37
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RE: RE: Warrants and Options
Sat 12:29
Spot on,buddy !
dawski37
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RE: Warrants and Options
Sat 12:26
And retaining the other two "main men and BODS " too --I fully agree with your views and helpful info as always here,Spud .JW and team are working their socks off and have been doing so for 12 months or so.They are happy to invest and take rewards later when the Company can probably afford --good positive planning.We just cannot afford to lose any of them
There is a strange analogy here with the Chairman of an infamous airline from across the seas --he took very little reward in the early years of the company ...then look what happened !!




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