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Share Price: 2.465Bid: 2.47Ask: 2.70Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on San Leon
Spread: 0.23Spread as %: 9.31%Open: 2.47High: 2.47Low: 2.47Yesterday’s Close: 2.465



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Speculat0r
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Back to basics
21 Jul '14
Too new so link hidden for 72 hours...
 
Speculat0r
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Price:2.43
Back to basics
21 Jul '14
Speculat0r
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Price:2.43
Back to basics
21 Jul '14
My first post on LSE and a relatively new PI but seems to me that the SLE board could benefit from reading this old but relevent article (particularly the last sentence): http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~adamodar/New_Home_Page/articles/marginalinvestor.htm
Hopefully news will offset the poor PR and get this share with so much potential moving the right way.
BlackSwan
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RE: frus
21 Jul '14
UKOOG estimates it will take 6 years to complete the exploration and development stages to bring a single pad with 40 lateral wells into production - unknown flow rates of the UK resources - snails pace of exploration - UK shale estimates still incomplete and little or no exploration drilling and appraisal have yet been undertaken - over the next two to three years between 20 - 40 wells will be drilled for exploration - UKOOG estimates that 4000 Laterals over a 18 year time frame - need to spend GBP 33 BN in supply chain activities.
Now where have I heard all that before?
Searcher
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Some interesting
21 Jul '14
posts on iii today .......
linksdean
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frus
21 Jul '14
nice find....

In total the firm believes five trillion cubic feet of shale gas sits under the north west - termed the ‘Ocean Gateway’ area by IGas.

The firm also believes Greater Manchester firms could benefit from fracking through the industry’s supply chain.

The report acknowledges there may currently be a shortage of people qualified to work in fracking in the north west - but suggests skills taught to enter the industry could be taught at the region’s colleges.

IGas chief operating officer John Blaymires said: “The findings of this report highlight the Ocean Gateway region is sitting on a potential £10bn investment opportunity.

5tcf..worth £10bill..nice
frus
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I
21 Jul '14
Dont know why it dosen't work.Just Google.....3500 jobs and £10bn boost if north west embraces fracking
thesonandheir
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Zak Mir - 3.5p end Aug
21 Jul '14
frus
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21 Jul '14
MaverickD
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12p
21 Jul '14
That would be better



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