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Share Price Information for Igas Energy (IGAS)


Share Price: 111.75Bid: 112.50Ask: 113.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Igas Energy
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.44%Open: 115.00High: 115.00Low: 111.50Yesterday’s Close: 111.75

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 Oil & Gas Producers sector




Intraday Igas Energy Share Chart


Intraday Igas Energy Share Price Chart


Share Price SpacerPrice
111.75

Share Price SpacerBid
112.50

Share Price SpacerAsk
113.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
375,454

Share Price SpacerOpen
115.00

Share Price SpacerHigh
115.00

Share Price SpacerLow
111.50

Share Price SpacerClose
111.75

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Igas Energy Share Graph


3 Month Igas Energy Share Price Graph


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 206.23m £230.46m 3,000

52 Week High 164.50 52 Week High Date 20-JAN-2014
52 Week Low 98.00 52 Week Low Date 16-OCT-2013

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
211 156,202 184,341 -27.256 -4.10 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

25-Jul-14
17:09:00
114.1613
24,836
Buy* 
112.50
113.00
28.35k
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply

25-Jul-14
17:12:00
114.0791
4,326
Buy* 
112.50
113.00
4,935
Trade Type:
Ordinary
Bargain conditions apply

25-Jul-14
17:09:00
113.2839
5,100
Buy* 
112.50
113.00
5,777
Trade Type:
Ordinary


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Igas Energy (IGAS)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
22-Jan-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for IGas Energy
Andrew Austin held the position of CEO at IGas Energy at the time of this trade.
 Andrew Austin
101.5GBX1,1070
22-Jan-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for IGas Energy
John Blaymires held the position of COO at IGas Energy at the time of this trade.
 John Blaymires
101.5GBX1,1070
22-Jan-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for IGas Energy
Stephen Bowler held the position of CFO at IGas Energy at the time of this trade.
 Stephen Bowler
101.5GBX1,1070
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Sun 13:37
Vernony
Bunnyboiler/deramping
111.75
No Opinion

Some of the problem over here too is that they lose momentum. Currently, some three years one, they only have 4 published exploratory wells between Cuadrilla and Igas. If this were the USA, they would probably be fracking at least 10 by now, and another 100 on the planning tables. On top of that nobody has thought to exlore off of the coasts especially off of Lancs. My gas there must be some of the largest reserves there, just conjecture of course, but the sub start formation is the same. I;m also invested in Caza. Admitted it is primarily oil, but about two months ago they , struck oil and gas and started to sell the oil at about 1200 barrels per day straight away and their plans well advanced to sell the gas too. In the UK, they would simply call another board meeting for November ! The UK didn't used to be like this. The greats of the past just did it ! So the sp sinks here because of inactivity
Sat 19:07
bunnyboiler
RE: adoubleuk
111.75
No Opinion

vernony The lack of confidence was created by Brent. It's that simple, if one of the exec team, who let's face it is closer to the business than us mere share holders dumps four and half million quids worth of stock, the market is going to panic and many others are going to bail. As was the situation here. So let's not kid ourselves that this lack of confidence that investors have was started by anything but the company in the first place. Question now is how quick can confidence be restored, Fridays RNS was a start, more positive news flow will help, update on Barton and the dart deal completing will also help and above all I just truly hope that the exec team have learned the lesson of what happens when exec team members dump shares - let's hope we don't have a repeat of it any time soon, let's at least see the SP recover first....
Sat 18:46
bunnyboiler
RE: Long term incentive scheme
111.75
No Opinion

Adoubleuk, As a longer term holder I think I'm more miffed than most here by recent events, the whole Brent Cheshire thing stinks despite comments in this thread and if Barton results come in poor it's going to stink of insider dealing. The transaction was stupid and ill timed especially after Trip Oil cash in. However, I'm not going to dwell on this, I think the move Friday to introduce the incentive scheme was a good one. yes of course it benefits the directors over the shareholders without doubt but it feels like it should underpin the share price which has to be a good thing. We should be going north now from here. I also agree that it's about time we had more information on Barton this would help, providing of course it's positive. Meanwhile, if AA has been watching the rapid decline in the SP ( I'm sure he has otherwise the incentive scheme wouldn't have been put out) then hopefully he will have called Brent to task on the timing of his share bail, it's clear as day that move crashed the SP and it could have been avoided if they had worked on some kind of transfer deal rather than flooding the market. In closing, I still have obvious reservations of course but my gut feeling is that it's all up from here - time will tell
Sat 17:35
Vernony
adoubleuk
111.75
No Opinion

I know what you mean about unsure....There seems to be no reason for this lack of confidence and it makes one wonder if everybody else knows something, which I do not : ((
Fri 19:20
adoubleuk
RE: Long term incentive scheme
111.75
No Opinion

'bunny', I like your optimism, and would like to share it, but am now becoming unsure. Which is a bad thing for a declared 'long-termer'. What's good for the Board as individuals is not always good for the personal shareholder. To my mind 'starting us moving forward again' must involve stopping this decline that has been seen over the last couple of months. I feel an RNS is long overdue simply to explain that. Barton is an obvious winner, as is the entire play. But is it going to move ahead, or are we just going to sit on it in fear of another 2008? Sure, it's 'silly season', but that's exactly the time whena company should get proactive instead of thinking about family holidays.
Fri 14:24
bunnyboiler
RE: Long term incentive scheme
113.00
No Opinion

I like this. Its a very good move. It shows that the main board really do want to underpin the SP. Its based on 117 starting point so based on three years the SP has to break £1.56 if my matths are corrrect for them to gain. I think its a fairly safe bet for the Directors but moreover they are going out of their way to try and illustrate they want the SP to do well. Obviously, Brent Cheshire is not signed up to this deal so he could try and crash the party but hopefully the Execs might encourage him to transfer shares rather than dump in the open market and crash the SP again if he wants more cash out. In all im impressed, smart move, its good for the board and shows confidence - this could be enough to start moving us forward again.

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