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Share Price: 124.00Bid: 123.00Ask: 124.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Igas Energy
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 0.81%Open: 125.00High: 124.75Low: 119.25Yesterday’s Close: 124.00


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MarktheSpark
Posts: 198
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Opinion:Hold
Price:126.50
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RE: the weald oil prospects
Sat 01:19
Hi, if you google "shale licences UK" and follow some links you will find the DECC wall map of all the UK onshore licences. Igas do indeed have licences in the area although the biggest acreages are owned by Cuadrilla and Celtique.
The BGS survey is out soon although I don't think an exact date has been trailed. It should be positive for the SP.

I too missed out on selling at 150 but since the timing of the Barton exploration results and also any farm-in by a big player is unpredictable I'd be wary of being out the market for very long. I really believe that if Igas can overcome resistance to test fracking in the north-west then this stock has real potential and that shale gas will bring huge benefits to UK plc. The price of gas in the US has halved relative to Europe in the last 3-4 years, all due to shale gas.
 
DownTheHole
Posts: 16
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:125.25
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RE: Doubleuk
11 Apr '14
Wot?? Weren't you convinced by my proposition last week that Mr Roulette and Mr Crane might be one and the same person? {:<0

I admit, your comparison of English usage by "clone posters" does make me wonder about my own proposition. Roulette seems to me to have a lot less active vocabulary than Crane. Crane sounds as if he must have swallowed a dictionary or three, given how much verbal diarrhoea he gushes. One thing we can be sure about, though... Crane has certainly swallowed something that's been hard for him to digest! {;-))
Vernony
Posts: 871
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:124.50
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Doubleuk
11 Apr '14
I have a feeling that Roulette may be one and the same as somebody who called himself Hotrader very active in the Falkland's oilies about 2 to 3 years ago. He , if the same, brought everybody down on his head, and came back under different aliases . I managed to track about three of them , usually because his English did not change . But, I have lost track since
Vernony
Posts: 871
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Price:124.50
Douleleuk
11 Apr '14
I know the feeling I failed to cash in RKH when it showed a profit (waiting for an ever bigger rise :(( )I failed to cash in on iGas when it was 150 (waiting for the ever bigger rise : (( ) of the shares I own at the moment only iGas is in the blue. The others have potential but its a case of wait wait and wait. I expect the wait to be 3 to 5 years : ((, So its a question does one get in and out on profit, or hang on waiting for a bigger profit a year or two down the line !

Oh £6000 , I suppose you can get bedsits for £6000, if he cares to pay that much.
2baffled
Posts: 76
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:125.00
IGas Barton, new co. vid.
11 Apr '14
2baffled
Posts: 76
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:125.00
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RE: the weald oil prospects
11 Apr '14
shaleinUK
Posts: 16
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Opinion:Buy
Price:127.00
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the weald oil prospects
11 Apr '14
Does IGas also have a license in the Weald prospect?
The BGS report is rumoured to show it may hold up to 1/3 of total north sea oil volume equivalent!!!!

That is not a game changer, but a whole new play!

http://blogs.ft.com/nick-butler/2014/03/30/after-shale-gas-now-for-tight-oil/

Cuadrilla has some acreage there (75%; the other 25% is owned by AJ Lucas of Australia (asx))
I think dart also has some acreage there.
2baffled
Posts: 76
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:127.00
Daveyhulme drill
11 Apr '14
Plans for Barton Moss-style drilling rig in Trafford opposed by residents

"An IGas spokeswoman said that the new proposal was a routine application for a time limit extension.

She added: It merely gives us an option. There are no current plans for any development at this time.”

Cut from here ......
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/fracking-trafford-igas-plans-barton-6949021
2baffled
Posts: 76
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:127.75
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RE: Shale NortherN England
10 Apr '14
Hi.
Those boreholes are historic explo. drills from up to 50yrs. ago [but now supplemented by the 'commercial in confidence' latest intelligence from IGAS and Cuadrilla.
Should an 'Oil-Co /Gas-Co' [not too long ago] encounter 'the shale strats.' this would be regarded as diisapointing.

yr. 2014 ....
Consider todays 'tight-oil / tight-gas' extraction techniques [plus the minimal onshore cost v deepwater exploits].
MrBB
Posts: 19
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:127.75
Demise of coal mining
10 Apr '14
must be beneficial for us.Surely even the archest of anarchists cant really want to beholden to countries such as Russia to supply our energy needs.



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