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Share Price: 26.25Bid: 25.50Ask: 27.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Igas Energy
Spread: 1.50Spread as %: 5.88%Open: 28.00High: 29.25Low: 25.75Yesterday’s Close: 26.25


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graftman
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striebs wc
Sat 10:23
depending on how and where you read your history from will have a great influence on how you see wc . in fact if you look at both world wars in depth you'll see how much of a disgrace they was and how millions of people lost there lives just for the gain of the few ( elite) , just like this mess we are in now millions losing everything or a big chunk of there wealth for the gain of the few (elite) . the bankers have so much more to answer for than this recent crash / wars .
 
graftman
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sriebs
Sat 10:13
among other problems , igas will have difficulty imv to get funding and if it's possible you'll not get a very good deal . who and at what price would you lend ? the banks aren't lending and when they look to US for guidance they will want to give it a wide berth while oil is at low prices . then if the price of oil rises , nothing to stop the Saudi's doing this same thing happening all over again , the un certainty will be a big hindrance to funding from anyone . jmv
Striebs
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RE: wchurchill
Sat 10:11
If ever we could do with another Churchill it is now .
Striebs
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RE: Funding issues
Sat 09:56
Frackitup ,

If TW really believed Igas were dead in the water do you think he would feel the need to aide and abet it's supposed demise ?

He is (or was) shorting Igas .

He claims that people are desperate for a buy out offer from Ineos . This is rubbish and a very poor attempt at creating panic .

The last thing I want is Ineos to take a stake in Igas at anything below £1/share and I don't want us to let them farm in to acreage on the cheap either .

Most of us have taken the opportunity to average down .

Igas have coal seam gas acreage in New South Wales which is getting more valuable by the minute as gas prices increase due to the ramping up LNG plants in Qld . NSW moratorium on CSG will evaporate when peoples gas bills virtually double .
graftman
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sparkyboy
Fri 23:03
you are under german control with the EU and US :-) also it's the IMF bank that owns the UK and they are owned by mainly german or of german descendants . the rothchilds was financing both sides of the world wars and they also are the financiers of the world bar 3 central banks of the world , they are German and they dictate what goes on in the world and the rules you live under.
frackitup
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Funding issues
Fri 22:57
Hi guys am going to have another go at this I think after being heavily burned just think it's a good opportunity on current SP and future potential.
Am concerned though about the cash flow issues constantly being highlighted by TW? Anyone got any useful insights about this as the guy is relentless and convinced it's a dead duck.
Also AA EFH deal done or more to come?
I know it's hedged till sept etc do we think INEOS deals etc will take stake or help finance? Any info would be helpful as already approx 10k down on paper on this one.
Also when's next licensing round results due?
Thanks GLA
sparkyboy1
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WCHURCHILL
Fri 22:18
YOU PRICK SO WHAT WOULD YOU PERFER GERMAN CONTROL TO THIS DAY. WOULD PEOPLE LIKE YOU HAVE A OPINION TODAY ON A SITE LIKE THIS IF NOT FOR A BIGOT LIKE HIM AND ALL THE MEN AND WOMAN THAT DIED FOR A ****** LIKE YOU.
adoubleuk
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RE: fundamental outlook in oil
Fri 21:23
That makes sense. When one car decides to go slow, do so oneself. The question is, who wins the race?
graftman
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fundamental outlook in oil
Fri 20:27
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices rocketed more than 8 percent higher on Friday, their biggest one-day gain in two and a half years, after data showed U.S. drillers were slamming the brakes on the shale drilling boom. .http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN0L305Q20150130?irpc=932
DiviLike
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Topped up
Fri 19:42
Hi CH-4, just so you can update your ISAG page: I topped up and now have 139,324 shares. Hope this pays off *gulp*





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