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Member Since: Sun, 11th Dec 2016

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 1,206
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 10

Last Posted: Today 14:21


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Today 14:21

Maybe now this new CEO announcement is out new contract announcements will be next...
Wed 15:36

Me too. Hopefully with her appointment as CFO confirmed I'm expecting some regular newsflow regarding further contracts any day now
Tue 10:01

Definitely a few interesting trades going through now
Tue 07:16

A bit of much needed good news fingers crossed this is just the start of another news rich period for Infa......
17 Mar '19

It worries me too that Graham left so abruptly and the day after that update. Truth is we'll probably never find out exactly why however for the believers like us I'm sure we never thought an opportunity to top up at this level would present itself. I suppose in hindsight though it wasn't a bad call doing a fundraise at 1.2p let's hope we see that level and more soon
10 Mar '19

https://www.esri.ie/publications/liquefied-natural-gas-and-gas-storage-valuation-lessons-from-the-integrated-irish-and
4th March 2019
This research evaluates the potential effects for consumers in both Ireland and the UK of two new natural gas projects. The first project is an Irish Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility to import gas, such as the Shannon LNG facility in Co. Kerry; the second project is an Irish natural gas facility to store gas for later consumption, such as the Islandmagee Underground Gas Storage facility in Northern Ireland.

Overall, this research highlights how LNG and gas storage facilities represent
complementary investments that enhance supply security and market
competitiveness to the benefit of Irish consumers.
We consider the expected economic benefits of Irish LNG and gas storage
infrastructures for consumers in both Ireland and the UK. Based on seasonal
fluctuations of gas demand and prices, we assess the annual expected cost
reduction for consumers and its sensitivity to varying market conditions.
This research is of interest when considering consumersí benefits of EU energy
policies and legislation goals. Furthermore, it is of interest to decision- and policy-
makers when designing and evaluating new developments in energy
infrastructure. This research is also relevant when assessing the speculative
function offered by LNG and gas storage facilities and has implications when
considering power systems highly reliant on variable renewable energy sources.
10 Mar '19

House of the Oireachtas
Energy Resources
DŠil …ireann Debate, Thursday - 8 March 2018

"In line with the Programme for Government and the Governmentís Energy Policy Paper, my Department is carrying out, in conjunction with the Commission for Regulation of Utilities, Gas Networks Ireland and EirGrid, a study on Irelandís resilience to a long term gas disruption, which includes the possible need for gas storage and LNG. This study will inform the formulation of future policy measures to maintain the resilience of Irelandís gas and electricity supply".
10 Mar '19

Hi Dawski not been on here of late but still holding for gold here ;)))
10 Mar '19

No matter how many Twitter accounts these nimby's set up it changes nothing - whether they like it or not this facility is getting built and I personally will look forward to wiping the smile off their smug faces LOL. They had their chance years ago to voice their objections but didn't and now the desparate attempts by some to scaremonger as even they can see that Infa is on the cusp of a breakthrough with regards commercialisation and construction. At least the bod of Infa have remained professional in their conduct which is more than can be said for certain individuals! It's pretty rich of Mr Donnelly to praise that a certain DUP councillor Paul Reid has confirmed that he is objecting to the current application yet Arlene Foster publically supports this vital infrastructure project. Well that's democracy for you but those who ignore the noise of the ramblings of these nimby's will soon see that they were right to do so. Oh here's a quick extract from this article showing the continued need for this #justsaying LOL

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Gas-Prices/The-Easy-Money-In-European-Natural-Gas-Is-Gone.html

Traders are unable to take full advantage of the wide winter-summer spread because several factors have combined this winter season to create a perfect storm in the European natural gas markets one of them being....limited available storage capacity as most of it is booked out amid declining overall capacity.
Europeís total storage capacity has declined by more than 4 percent since 2016, according to data from gas industry trade association Gas Infrastructure Europe, cited by Bloomberg.
As a result, higher-than-usual gas stocks in European storage and almost fully booked storage space have been preventing natural gas traders from profiting from the most profitable price differential between winter and summer gas futures contracts in years.

Almost fully booked storage hey...well no wonder Infa has generated so much interest from offtakers and equity partners #justsaying
7 Mar '19

Several more announcements in the pipeline on the back of today's good news perhaps?

07 March 2019

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7digital signs partnership deal with Music Powered Games

7digital (AIM:7DIG), the global leader in B2B end-to-end digital music solutions, is delighted to announce that it has signed its first deal in the rapidly developing area of music within gaming applications.
1 Feb '19

A few trades all of a sudden today ticked back up - not much left till full ask of 1.10
1 Feb '19

Looking good here perhaps a close around 0.20??
1 Feb '19

Sandcrab don't blame you at all for filtering him it's like listening to teacup all over again before he got banned LOL
1 Feb '19

Another great buy - 32M - is that you buying back in fahp? LOL
1 Feb '19

On a serious note though some decent buys coming through today so far
1 Feb '19

Fools thanks for the AGM summary as for fahp your response of "my post has been recommended 6 times" means nothing and is just a juvenile response. It's like saying "I've had 6 likes on my last Facebook post" but in the grand scheme of things means nothing. But good luck getting back in...you were good to broadcast repeatedly to everyone that you'd sold out along with the negativity that followed so I'm sure we'll be able to tell from the change of time in your posts when your back in LOL
1 Feb '19

I really don't care what you think fahp but the truth hurts doesn't it?
1 Feb '19

About 2 days Daz when he finally realised the price wasn't dropping and infact going back up LOL
1 Feb '19

fahp - if your looking to buy back in then just do it! Until you do so your no different to 4kandles imo. I've read your posts and the instant change to negativity came as soon as your declared you'd sold out the other day....probably like others did in the hope of getting your shares back around 0.10 which didn't happen
31 Jan '19

I agree Billb - the nature and tone of some of the persistent posters on here is nothing short of disgraceful imo. Some of them were in full flow earlier today predicting a drop to 0.10 immediately after the AGM yet the SP kept gradually rising during the day. Nice try but your efforts didn't work...should be another blue day tomorrow we may get a surprise with an offtake agreement earlier than anticipated....


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