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Share Price: 96.80Bid: 96.20Ask: 96.80Change: 1.50 (+1.57%)Riser - Igas Energy
Spread: 0.60Spread as %: 0.62%Open: 94.00High: 97.00Low: 94.00Yesterday’s Close: 95.30


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GoldMap
Posts: 82
Opinion:Buy
Price:97.00
Closely Held Shares
Today 10:22
Very few PI’s left, lack of liquidity, 90% Closely Held Shares.... back on the rise IMO
 
sparkyboy1
Posts: 239
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:95.30
RE: on the back foot
Thu 18:44
I will be at the Fort in September do you want to meet face to face
buntswood
Posts: 44
Opinion:Hold
Price:96.40
on the back foot
Thu 16:19
Best time to go, on a losing wicket, and strangely, the share price is up!
Teggsy
Posts: 16
Opinion:Hold
Price:94.80
RE: on the back foot
Thu 12:14
Fort Augustus, perfect location for Rizo, land of The Krankies, lol
buntswood
Posts: 44
Opinion:Hold
Price:95.20
truth hurts
Thu 10:57
Many voters in London who voted remain were champagne socialist types from Islington and it's environs, and not Tory voters. I had the misfortune to have dinner with a few of them during this period, and weren't they a fractious bunch. I have the benefit of living both South and North, and have as many friends either end of the country who voted Brexit. The Tories were in Government at the time, still are, and Brexit is a fact of life. Massaging the truth won't wash.
rizalino
Posts: 445
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:95.20
RE: on the back foot
Thu 10:50
I will #HASHTAG this post with the word #CREATURE

My Deals are done, watch the slide, don't say I didn't warn you..... most of you are good guys I know.....

See you in just over 2 weeks, if you want to catch me, I will be at Fort Augustus with my Captains hat on probably next Saturday...... yipeeeee

By for now pop pickers

REMEMBER THESE WORDS

F I F T Y E I G H T P E N C E......... you will remember them for the rest of your life :-)

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Teggsy
Posts: 16
Opinion:Hold
Price:95.20
RE: on the back foot
Thu 10:35
Yawn, Rizo’s Incoherent ramblings clearly indicate a limited intellect. Lol
rizalino
Posts: 445
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:95.20
RE: on the back foot
Thu 10:27
No let me correct you, I stayed up and watched all the numbers come in on BREXIT night..

Take every urban town ( not the cities that had benefited from EU investment )

Most towns have a NORTH ie labour ( the working class )

and a SOUTH ie Tory ( the white collar )

THE VOTE WAS CLEAR as day blue collar protest = BREXIT white collar REMAIN

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Anyway Cameron was SHALES only friend, you/ we lost Fallon and Rudd on energy, and are left with NO Secretary of state for ENERGY...

Bye Bye Goverment back bone for Shale.....

its now left fot Jim Ratcliffe to pick over the bones,

I DEEM IGAS a massive SELL and target price 58p (all my own work and opinion )

MASSIVE!!!
buntswood
Posts: 44
Opinion:Hold
Price:95.20
on the back foot
Thu 09:55
"Most people who voted for Brexit voted against the Government"...
Yet another wooly proclamation by Rizalino, who is wrong once again. The Government won on both counts, as I recall, and I was one of the many Tory right wing in London, who voted Brexit.
The reality is hard to accept.
Rialino has a tendency to change his pose when he is on the back foot.
Teggsy
Posts: 16
Opinion:Buy
Price:95.20
RE: Shouldn't have sacked him
Thu 09:36
Oh yeh I forgot, Brussels, isn’t that the place where your ‘great’ David Cameron went to negotiate a better deal for the U.K. and was sent away with a flea in his ear by the true architects of Brexit, and hence Cameron’s resignation, namely Jean Claude Junket and Donald Tusk? (PS, how is the share price doing today?)
Teggsy
Posts: 16
Opinion:Hold
Price:95.20
RE: Shouldn't have sacked him
Thu 08:18
errr, can’t remember seeing anything on the ballot paper referring to sacking the PM?
rizalino
Posts: 445
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:95.20
RE: Shouldn't have sacked him
Thu 08:07
errr,,,, did you not know a BREXIT vote occured?? have you been asleep
Teggsy
Posts: 16
Opinion:Hold
Price:95.20
RE: Shouldn't have sacked him
Thu 08:04
er, we didn’t sack him, he RESIGNED, duuurrrr!
rizalino
Posts: 445
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:95.20
Shouldn't have sacked him
Thu 07:50
See for me we shouldn't have sacked David Cameron, he was a very credible PM, a Giant when stood against May and that weird gargoyle of the oppositon...

DAVID would have had this sorted

Fracking in the UK: 'We're going all out for shale,' admits Cameron

BUT, then psssssss..... the bubbled burst and we have:

Councillors reject fracking firm's plan to test for shale gas in Ellesmere Port

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Thats the reason why this company is going to be splatted to bits, it can't go on with a ' Futuristic RObot that cannot walk, whilst in tow we have the old dog shitting out 2500 bod ( barrels per day )

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Jim Ratcliffe ( I deem him a heroic figure in Britain ), will pick up the pieces and when the political will is there and the winds are blowing in his direction he will pick up the lot..........

There will be no fracking wells in peoples back gardens as in USA, no not in little britain, just a couple of score at the very most of gargantan multi well pads......

NOTHING for anyone here

It is for this reason 58p, could be MORE than good as an EXIT imo

??????????
buntswood
Posts: 44
Opinion:Buy
Price:94.00
Doing us down.
Wed 22:14
Shale gas is a great opportunity for the UK, whether or not I gas succeeds or fails. If it is swallowed up by a larger player, so long as it remains a UK company, that is fine. The main thing is to see us becoming a country which has an independent energy supply, otherwise we may find ourselves compromised by other's who don't care much for our welfare. There isn't much to disagree with really, unless one has a grudge against the success of the UK economy and future prosperity. There are those who have little to lose, and a grudge towards society, who will spite themselves to satisfy a perverse itch....
rizalino
Posts: 445
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:94.00
RE: 5th column activity
Wed 17:59
ps GO lite , ask me most questions about the history of most oilies , I will tell you the answer!

Did you lose out a bit along the way, well that's not my fault is it.... Shale gas investing is not for Widows and Orphans....( before you say it I / everyone knows a Widow or an Orphan......), in other words, if you are short of a bob or 2 , stay away from here......
rizalino
Posts: 445
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:94.00
RE: Germany calling, Germany calling...
Wed 17:55
I will see you in the morning!!!

THIS WILL TANK imo 58p all day long
buntswood
Posts: 44
Opinion:Buy
Price:94.00
Germany calling, Germany calling...
Wed 14:33
Got under rizalino's skin, I think, and to add to her woes, the sp has gone up too. Wrong in all cases, so it seems, but an amusing insight into the deranged world of urban eco fanatics.
MissGolightly
Posts: 3,905
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:94.00
RE: 5th column activity
Wed 13:50
I don’t know why anyone even bothers engaging with him / her / it.

Miss G
;-)
Teggsy
Posts: 16
Opinion:Hold
Price:94.80
5th column activity
Wed 12:50
Seriously, who does Rizalino think he is influencing? Major shareholders are as follows, Kerogen Capital (33,964,100). KOG Investments (18,207,480). Royal London AM (10,155,760). Sand Grove Capital (4,566,084).
PLLG Investments Ltd (5,163,985). I doubt any of these are even reading his deluded ramblings let alone taking any notice of them. I'm guessing they will be concentrating their minds on ensuring that Igas continues to grow and deliver for its investors. With respect to the 'CHARTS' Rizalino quoted in earlier threads I can only assume he was looking at charts of his predictions plotted against IGas performance because over the last year the TREND shows Igas share price rising continuously.
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rizalino
Posts: 445
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:92.80
RE: 5th column activity
Wed 10:23
Bunts,, from your subject it looks like you spend all day on websites for False Flag theories , Bildabergs ( should that be BUILD-A -BEAR for you and conspiracy theories.

The facts are IGAS is about to be broken into little pieces my friend.

It was always rubbish and the SHALE, will be picked up by INEOS.....

As I said the RACE for SHALE has gone......

It will be a bean bag race, with small trophies

Sorry to spoil your day, but I am pricing at 58 p at max

ALL my own theory, DYOR :-)
buntswood
Posts: 44
Opinion:Buy
Price:91.20
5th column activity
Wed 10:03
I suppose the fact that a few people are prepared to go to jail for sabotage, might indicate that there is some form of subterfuge going on in this country. We tend to forget this these days, and find it hard to believe that there are those who are intent on causing harm to the prosperity of this country. Rizalino is such a person, I fear, and must spend a huge ammount of time trolling through data to suit his theories. It seems to be a real lifes work, and smacks of obsession.
rizalino
Posts: 445
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:91.20
RE: DYOR
Wed 08:54
Igas has yet to prove it can bring any viable assets into production???

All they have done for many years is play around with the old peppercorn oil producing assets....... the stagnant Shale development was paid for by others....
Several projects have been promised for over 5 years Aldbury gas to wire/Lybster...

Could it be time for this animal to be put to sleep???
GoldMap
Posts: 82
Opinion:Buy
Price:91.20
DYOR
Wed 08:42
IGas “The expectation of ongoing free operating cash flow provides us with a solid platform and financial flexibility to execute our growth plans” .... DYOR .... read full year results RNS 21st March 18
rizalino
Posts: 445
Opinion:Strong Sell
Price:92.10
~~~~ SERIOUS TIMES~~~~
Wed 07:46
The charts show a SERIOUS shift, the SP from my experience is about to drop to mid 70's
Within a very short space of time

DYOR

I am looking at 58 pence here




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