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Share Price: 2.68Bid: 2.65Ask: 2.68Change: -0.01 (-0.37%)Faller - San Leon
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 1.13%Open: 2.74High: 2.75Low: 2.68Yesterday’s Close: 2.69


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GozoMike
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Shale developments USA
Today 12:27
 
Searcher
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Price:2.75
FX Energy
Today 10:43
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Price:2.69
Delayed
Today 07:37
26-Aug-14 17:07:04 2.69 975,288 Buy* 2.63 2.71 26.24k O
Stockraiser
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Today 00:02
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Poland Potential shale gas boom
Tue 21:10
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Price:2.64
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RE: PVR
Tue 14:52
Looks like the market likes the latest RNS from PVR ;)
earlsfield
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PVR
Tue 13:01
looks the nearest of the large newsflow items that could transform this share price. RNS pretty positive on that front, so await with anticipation.
Stockraiser
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PVR RNS out ....
Tue 12:15
"This has been another extremely busy year across the Company's
extensive Irish offshore acreage portfolio. Central to our activities
has been the Barryroe farm-out process, which is now nearing completion."
dancingshoes
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Price:2.61
Poland
Tue 12:09
http://www.gpwinfostrefa.pl/GPWIS2/en/index/news/info/627302,president-komorowski-inks-hydrocarbons-tax-law

President Komorowski inks hydrocarbons tax law
Poland's President Bronislaw Komorowski signed the hydrocarbons tax bill, including a cap on shale gas taxation at some 40% of income and introduction of the burden only as of 2020.
The total tax burden for shale gas extraction should not surpass on average 40% of income and will consist of two elements - a royalty on extraction and a special hydrocarbons gains tax.
The royalty on unconventional resources will measure 1.5% of the value of extracted volume in the case of shale gas and 3% in the case of shale oil. In conventional resources, the levy will measure 3% in the case of natural gas and 6% in the case of crude oil.
The special hydrocarbons tax will be flexible and will measure from 0 to 25%, depending on the level of incurred costs and generated revenues, the cabinet said.
The bill was passed by the lower house of parliament at the end of July.



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