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Share Price: 39.25Bid: 37.25Ask: 38.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Igas Energy
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WilyWoody
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If desperate quote.....
Fri 09:20
Please stop quoting RT ( Russia Today ) when getting desperate to find a good quote - ( Is that you Cautious - you always liked a good quote from the KGB ) - it is hardly supportive of open and balanced discussion, unless of course you going to balance it with a quote from Fox !!!
 
TheCat2014
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RE: Fracking Ban
Fri 08:50
I think you'll find that fraccing has not been banned in NY state,USA. Its being discussed,that's all. Unless you can print,or find any documential evidence that it has been banned,then I'm willing to eat humble pie. What's the point in fraccing there anyhow when they know there is nothing to frack underground? It would be like trying to ski in Bali.
graftman
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markthespark / be worried
Thu 23:14
he wasn't able to answer some difficult questions , bbc radio 4 , rt both covered it , always keep it hush if it doesn't go well . well . . the arrival of the ‘shakedown times’ as our deposits and pension funds are now open to confiscation to Too Big To Fail banks in ‘resolution’…something that used to be known as ‘bankruptcy.’ . http://rt.com/shows/keiser-report/215455-episode-max-keiser-694/ . in second half there's some chat on fracking.
MarktheSpark
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Why not more widely reported?
Thu 22:30
David Cameron used his appearance in front of the Commons liaison commitee of senior MP's on Tuesday to support the development of the shale gas. He said that the country had enough onshore wind farms and should encourage the nascent unconventional gas industry. I found a reference on Yahoo business news.
adoubleuk
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RE: adoubleuk
Thu 17:57
Hey, Vernony,

There's just one tiny detail which the Crane and his ilk have completely forgotten to mention.

THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO GEOLOGICAL HORIZONS BELOW NEW YORK STATE WHICH ARE COMMERCIALLY WORTH DRILLING FOR, LET ALONE FRACCING !!!!!!!!

So this 'big news' is a bit like Saudi Arabia banning planning permission for someone to set up a pig-farm, or a whisky distillary.

Sorry, Mr Crane, with the help of the beeb you've gone and shot yourself in the foot once again.
adoubleuk
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RE: ISAG Website
Thu 17:30
CH-4,

I'm no way an expert in these matters. But there is the QFI 'shareholders' forum' which I consider a model for such things. There is detailed and very informed information, opinion, and comment offered by contributors, which results in a place where one can learn things which never get mentioned on these strictly financial BBs. The webmaster nevertheless runs it with a very strict hand, which upsets the 'bashers', but allows sensible conversation.

I suggest you contact http://quadriseshareholders.freeforums.org/ and talk with the webmaster for guidance as to how he created andruns it. There's no 'means test', in other words one doesn't have to neccessarily have to hold shares to sign in. Indeed, (as it's a company in which I do have investments) it's interesting to see the increase of interest in the site, although I have absolutely no part in its operation.
Vernony
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adoubleuk
Thu 16:41
Hi. If I were you I would not waste the enjoyment of a good pint by drinking it in the company of Iancrane/Cautious 7.Incidentally, having looked at the article he quotes, New York State offer no socientific proof, just a generalised statement (that by the way is the sort of statement that Iancrane/cautious 7 believes to be fact) He is incapable of extracting positives and negatives from statements such as this. In effect without proof then NY State will probably face a challenge in the Courts and be asked to explain why fraccing is dangerous in New York but apparently not in the rest of the USA. At risk of repeating myself . In America they have drilled nearly 500,000 wells in their search for Shale gas, 80 % of those wells have been fracced. Oddly enough there have been no reported earthquakes ( except the normal background of them) Nobody has died from fraccing , excepting industrial accidents . With that kind of statistic NY State will be made to look silly in the Courts of the USA if they are challenged. Iancrane/cautious7 are one and the same person, it depends how bad his schizophrenia is on any particular day as to which personna he uses
CH-4
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RE: ISAG Website
Thu 16:37
I am including all those onto the membership page who email me and seem genuine . I am reluctant to include a Blog page as the "Forum" will quickly deteriorate - unless someone advises how we can possibly police such a free-for-all.
http://igasactiongroup.weebly.com/ will soon be optimized on Google Search and I'll advise on search words.
adoubleuk
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RE: Fracking Ban
Thu 16:21
Mr Crane,

Yes, nice try. In fact, you may be closer to the truth than what one finds from the beeb. Because when you delve into the details about the image, you'll find it's entitled 'Two men at work at a hydraulic fracturing site in Pensylvania'!. For me, two blokes standing beside a (small) oil or gas pipeline in the process of installation and with a valve attached has no relevence whatsoever with fraccing, not what sort of well (or wells) that oil or gas may be coming from.

You love quoting media links to back up your own claims, but unfortunately your sources are doubtful, and their knowledge of the technicalities even more so.

I'd advise you to google United Oilfield Services, and see what a real frac job involves. Trawling though the pics, note the proximity of houses, and the general rural and agricultural nature of the place. For legal reasons, I can't post my own photos here. But no earthquakes, not water-pollution, and no protestors. Just a few locals turning up for a chat, asking how things were going, and so on. Noise levels below 93 Db at I00m from the wellsite, a lot less than a council workman using a jackhammer in your street.
TheCat2014
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RE: adoubleuk
Thu 16:13
Yes,it actually would be interesting to drink with an Alien.





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