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Share Price Information for Angus Energy (ANGS)


Share Price: 5.50Bid: 5.30Ask: 5.70Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Angus Energy
Spread: 0.40Spread as %: 7.55%Open: 5.10High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 5.50

Angus Energy Plc Ord Gbp0.002






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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 458.94m £25.24m 50,000

52 Week High 16.15 52 Week High Date 31-OCT-2018
52 Week Low 3.30 52 Week Low Date 27-FEB-2019

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
0 0 0 -5.851 -0.94 0.00 0.00


London South East Users info for Angus Energy




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

22-Mar-19
16:29:50
5.47
41,170
Sell* 
5.30
5.70
2,252
Trade Type:
Ordinary

22-Mar-19
16:24:51
5.45
40,965
Sell* 
5.30
5.70
2,233
Trade Type:
Ordinary

22-Mar-19
16:22:09
5.47
136,239
Sell* 
5.30
5.70
7,452
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Angus Energy (ANGS)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
28-Oct-16Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Angus Energy
Jonathan Eldred Tidswell-Pretorius held the position of Executive Chairman at Angus Energy at the time of this trade.
 Jonathan Eldred Tidswell-Pretorius
0039500000
28-Oct-16Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Angus Energy
Paul Abram Vonk held the position of Managing Director at Angus Energy at the time of this trade.
 Paul Abram Vonk
0015000000
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Alan2017
Posts: 2,838
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.50
RE: RE: Someone mentions balcombe to co
Today 00:27
Mirasol - some folk use that rule of thumb, but there are several factors that affect this making it either higher or lower.

If you drill a vertical well through a 9ft thick oil bearing rock (payzone) and the oil bearing rock is horizontal (aka 90 degrees) then you have physical contact with 9ft of rock. Then you are relying on the permeability of the rock for you to produce from the oil bearing rock in a 360degree direction. So its rather like the garden hose effect where the further you walk away from the tap the lower the water pressure, but in reverse. If permeability is high (imagine each pocket of oil is connected by straws to create a super highway) then you can produce from a deeper zone radially, but if your permeability is low, then you won't produce as much.

Where as you drill a horizontal well, in the case of Balcombe the well was drilled in the Upper Limestone (KL4) staying within the payzone. The slotted linear (pre drilled holes) is 1,600ft, which means there is 1,600ft exposure to the payzone. All that needs to be done is for the EWT paperwork to be approved and then Angus can do exactly the same thing that they are going to do at Brockham.

Having 2 EWT (Brockham and Balcombe) being simultaneously carried out by the end of 2019 is feasible depending on Angus urgency in getting the programme submitted and approved by all authorities. A lot of the information will just be a cut and paste from the Brockham test regarding equipment specifications, rig ups, monitoring, in the event of procedures.

That is why I said before that Balcombe is the jewel in the Angus portfolio and then Brockham.
Alan2017
Posts: 2,838
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.50
RE: Sentiments returning
Sat 23:47
E_AL - firstly to clarify something that a few posters have used regarding their timelines is a "response" as the HSE stated is not giving you permission, it's just a standard we'll respond to your email, request, question within that time period etc that all companies use.

Now having said that I believe they will issue a 2 part approval which is why Angus has confidently talked about rig contract mid April.

1st part of approval: use of a rig / slickline truck to pinpoint the water zone using logging tools
2nd part of approval: after Angus submitted final subsurface schematic with bridge plug dimensions, serial number, depths (top of bridge plug, element, bottom of bridge plug), isolate water zone.....and then on with the original plan which is just a cut and paste of November 2018.

As I said before I hope Angus checked the paperwork a million times before submitting it to the relevant authorities.

So yes it is feasible for all the permissions to be in place before the rig arrives, except for EA which needs to do a site investigation with all the equipment set up to ensure all secondary bunded areas will prevent spillages.

SCC will be given 7 days notice before the rig arrives, so it would be nice to actually have a positive leak. Maybe Angus will tweet this?
scallywag3
Posts: 1,046
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.50
RE: funding
Sat 20:35
RNS 10th January " the financing will be primarily deployed for the future development of the Balcombe Field Discovery."
It's NOT all going to Balcolmbe.
Oxford dictionary. "Definition of primarily - for the most part; mainly. ... 'around 80 per cent of personal computers are used primarily for word processing'. More example sentences."

The fact is, We are at Brockham Now. That's where the money will go, if it's needed.
Kensington.
Posts: 78
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.50
RE: Sentiments returning
Sat 20:32
On 15th March Angus tweeted that the official application for planned work at Brockham has been submitted and expects to have a response within 21 days.
21 days from 15th March is 4th April
So a good chance we get approvals before rig is due to arrive.
E_AL
Posts: 671
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:5.50
RE: Sentiments returning
Sat 20:09
As much as I'd like the see a steady sp recovery, I think Angus has pulled all the rabbits out of the hat and no we'll have at least 2-3 weeks with no updates so in my opinion the sp will stay around 5p for the present time until we receive the approval or see the rig in Brockham.

Saying that, how long would it take to get the approval? Would it be possible to get it before the arrival of the rig ? Alan any comment about this please ?
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