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Igas Energy Share Price (IGAS)



Share Price Information for Igas Energy (IGAS)


Share Price: 18.50Bid: 18.00Ask: 19.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Igas Energy
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 5.56%Open: 20.00High: 20.00Low: 18.50Yesterday’s Close: 18.50

Igas Energy Plc Ord 10P

Igas Energy is listed in the FTSE AIM 100, FTSE AIM UK 50, FTSE AIM All-Share
Igas Energy is part of the Utilities sector






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18.50

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18.00

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19.00

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506,627

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20.00

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20.00

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18.50

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18.50

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GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 301.83m £55.84m 10,000

52 Week High 35.50 52 Week High Date 16-JUN-2015
52 Week Low 12.75 52 Week Low Date 20-JAN-2016

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
46 150,982 348,785 -1.159 -15.96 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

27-May-16
16:35:11
18.50
520
 
18.00
19.00
96.20
AC 
Trade Type:
Automatic trade at the close price

27-May-16
16:35:10
18.50
6,860
Sell* 
18.50
19.00
1,269
UT 
Trade Type:
Uncrossing Trade

27-May-16
16:22:08
18.50
1,903
Sell* 
18.50
19.00
352.06
Trade Type:
Automatic execution




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Directors Deals for Igas Energy (IGAS)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
27-Nov-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for IGas Energy
Julian Tedder held the position of CFO at IGas Energy at the time of this trade.
 Julian Tedder
17.4GBX140,000140000
22-Oct-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for IGas Energy
Stephen Bowler held the position of CEO at IGas Energy at the time of this trade.
 Stephen Bowler
22GBX6,135100808
22-Oct-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for IGas Energy
John Blaymires held the position of COO at IGas Energy at the time of this trade.
 John Blaymires
22GBX6,13550891
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Date/TimeAuthorSubjectShare PriceOpinion
Today 09:11MarktheSparkRE: Brent breaks $5018.50Buy
Yes, using electric car batteries as back-up storage is a trendy idea at the moment, as is the idea of a more decentralised grid. But at the moment of course there arn't many electric cars. Time will tell how practical it is. Not sure what the difference is between "flexible" gas and "crappy" gas is. You suggest the relatively small number of electric cars can store 25gb, that is nearly half of the UK's peak demand - good luck with that.
Fri 22:52parkside13RE: Brent breaks $5018.50No Opinion
Not really sticking plaster. It's been around forever but the new grid won't be centralised coal, gas nukes it'll be renewables with storage at distribution level, flexible gas and some nukes. So it'll move from a few crappy old coal, gas and nukes with a huge reserve (and massive centralised risk and balancing costs) to hundreds of thousands, millions even of tiny power stations - solar, wind, ad, biomass etc - some bigger legacy plant and lots of batteries in the form of cars. Nissan are… Read More
Fri 22:45parkside13RE: Brent breaks $5018.50No Opinion
It's a vanadium redox (flow) battery each 1MW and so can deliver 1MW for 1 hour or 0.5MW for 2 Hours etc. Can't tell you cost as its a secret but it's lots per MW!! Typical lithium ion batteries on MW scale might be say £1m/MW or thereabouts with ten year life.
Fri 20:55MarktheSparkRE: Brent breaks $5018.50Buy
Doesn't surprise me that this is a realistic business project because fast response and STOR tariffs are many multiples of normal rates so basically IMO your company's work doesn't really tell us much about the viability of battery technology for normal electricity supply. Actually the STOR market has become so popular because of the possibility of shortages has made essentially "sticking plaster" supply so lucrative.
Fri 18:49lumphammerBrent breaks $5018.50No Opinion
To measure a storage device you have to measure it over time, not just in MW. So is that a mega watt/hour? The battery on my van will give me a hundred ampere /hour.at 12 volts thats 1.2 kW/hour. It cost £80. What will your battery cost and what will its life span be
Fri 14:25parkside13RE: Brent breaks $5019.00No Opinion
Nope it's accelerated incredibly and we are installing three 1MW batteries on a project to play the fast response and frequency response mkts. Maybe STOR a bit too although we don't really have the duration for that piece. In a recent presentation, WPD had had 8GW of applications for storage. Now nowhere near that will be built but it shows the interest. Once you fit storage to renewables (unsubsidised) then that's a game changer.

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