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Infrastrata Share Chat (INFA)



Share Price: 0.835Bid: 0.82Ask: 0.85Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Infrastrata
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 3.66%Open: 0.875High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 0.835


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TONY_P
Posts: 700
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Price:0.835
RE: Hydrogen
Today 10:31
interesting reads fellas, thank you. The Times article had many expert readers' comments.
Haven't seen any posts on the NW Hydrogen Alliance here, atkins, costain, all involved: http://www.nwhydrogenalliance.co.uk/the-north-west-of-england-as-a-hydrogen-storage-hub/
spudtheplumber
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RE: Hydrogen
Fri 19:05
spudtheplumber
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RE: Hydrogen
Fri 18:58
https://twitter.com/EKolst/status/1139157968417673216?s=19

Important point from Hydrogen Europe @GIEBrussels Annual Conference: “One gas pipeline (1,20m) transports as much energy as eight power pylons (3 GWh each). It’s cheaper and less intrusive! #wedeliverparis #GIEParis2019 https://t.co/z95bEsFD59

The existing gas network and extra storage will make a major contribution towards the government's netzero 2050 target imo.
Snowman100
Posts: 920
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.835
Royal Society of Chemistry
Fri 18:48
https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2018/se/c7se00598a#!divAbstract

Hydrogen-enriched natural gas as a domestic fuel: an analysis based on flash-back and blow-off limits for domestic natural gas appliances within the UK
Abstract
In the effort to reduce carbon emissions from an ever-increasing global population, it has become increasingly vital to monitor and counteract the environmental impact of our domestic energy usage given its contribution to overall carbon emissions. To this end, hydrogen has emerged as a foremost candidate to offset and eventually replace the use of traditional gaseous fossil fuels. Hydrogen as the universal energy carrier or vector is easily produced from all forms of renewable or recovered energy as a storable, transportable commodity that can be used on demand, thus decoupling the supply from demand that is often considered to be the down-side of intermittent renewable energy usage. European trials have already been conducted to investigate the practical implementation of hydrogen-enriched natural gas (HENG) within a mains gas supply. In this work, the limitations of such a strategy are evaluated based on a novel meta-analysis of experimental studies within the literature, with a focus on the constraints imposed by the phenomena of flash-back and blow-off. Through consideration of the Wobbe Index, we discuss the relationship between molar hydrogen percentage and annual carbon dioxide output, as well as the predicted effect of hydrogen-enrichment on fuel costs. It is further shown that in addition to suppressing both blow-off and yellow-tipping, hydrogen-enrichment of natural gas does not significantly increase the risk of flash-back on ignition for realistic burner setups, while flash-back at extinction is avoided for circular port diameters of less than 3.5 mm unless the proportion of hydrogen exceeds 34.7 mol%. It is thus proposed that up to 30 mol% of the natural gas supply may be replaced in the UK with guaranteed safety and reliability for the domestic end-user, without any modification of the appliance infrastructure.
thackers08
Posts: 395
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Price:0.835
Needs before positivity.
Fri 18:24
The urgent needs of funds.

THE LICENSE!!!
whatamess
Posts: 1,522
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Price:0.835
RE: SP
Fri 16:59
Its so illogical. Now that some good news are out we are @ 0,81?
Radders99
Posts: 234
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.855
RE: SP
Fri 15:29
Another positive RNS, must be time to bring the SP down. Beggars belief.
Snowman100
Posts: 920
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.85
SP
Fri 14:15
Looks like a weighty buy is getting worked.
Snowman100
Posts: 920
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.86
Re RNS
Fri 12:36
Is it possible that the funding provider might also be Vitol themselves?

https://www.vitol.com/vitol-and-harvest-energy-announce-improved-terms-for-crude-oil-supply-and-refined-product-offtake-agreement/
'.....Vitol will provide to NARL comprehensive working capital financing of feedstocks and finished products'
Radders99
Posts: 234
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.86
RE: RNS
Fri 12:20
Would be surprised (even after current bizarre SP activity) if SP isn’t significantly higher than 1.5 in next few months, assuming equity funding and FID completed in 2019. Suspect Marine Licence May be biggest needle shifter
kibuc
Posts: 30
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.86
RE: RNS this morning
Fri 11:56
@tidd83

Cost recovery should be part of funding deal. There's no reason why the offtaker (essentially a consumer in this setup) should participate in past or future construction costs.

Also, be aware that past costs may not necessarily be recovered in cash. Instead it might be reflected in the equity split between Infa and the funding provider.
aunty
Posts: 586
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.88
RE: IG Index Interview
Fri 08:42
Fantastic interview
tidd83
Posts: 12,991
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.875
RE: RNS this morning
Fri 07:33
Another piece of the puzzle coming together now and working with Mutual Energy to reverse the SNIP - another big player in the wings.

Having watched the IG interview last night, JW states that debt/equity funding is well advanced.

With a binding offtake term sheet agreed with major Vitol this facilities the completion of this element. If back costs to date are also included then this will be major news.

Don’t think we are far away!
s0n1cb00mb0y
Posts: 7,147
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Price:0.86
RNS
Fri 07:28
Good news today should further strengthen the SP. Can gradually see this moving up over the next few months into the 1.5p area as the project becomes more robust.
Olderandwiser
Posts: 8,964
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.86
RE: RNS this morning
Fri 07:22
It seems that Infa people spend most of their time box filling for EU grants. Must be quite expert at it by now. But....where is the money?????
goupplease
Posts: 8,802
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.86
Good rns
Fri 07:19
Another part of the jigsaw.
This strengthened the project .doubters will be coming back .
Be nice if we get news flow now after being so quite and we can see 1p go again
Chrisatrdg
Posts: 1,520
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.86
RNS this morning
Fri 07:14
Another positive RNS this morning the SP has got to fly soon.GLA.
Avyererdowt
Posts: 152
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Price:0.86
Loosegoose
Thu 22:32
John and Arun can only do so much. surely it's far better to take one step at a time and get it right than overstretch. It's probably three years before first gas, how do you think the share price should pan out between now and then? Personally I'd prefer a slow and steady rise with low volatility, I'm not good at timing markets! So, softly softly for me!
Speedy_Gonzalez
Posts: 192
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Price:0.86
RE: What happened to our
Thu 20:53
Karma......Yin Yang.......what she deserved!
Radders99
Posts: 234
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Price:0.86
RE: What happened to our
Thu 18:57
Banned from the board until 15th June for it seems posting misleading information. Not sure what specifically
whatamess
Posts: 1,522
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Price:0.86
What happened to our
Thu 18:30
Protester friend ? I wanna know what she thinks of the IG interview ? Ta




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