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Share Price: 46.00Bid: 45.00Ask: 45.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Xcite Energy
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 1.11%Open: 42.00High: 47.00Low: 41.50Yesterday’s Close: 46.00


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Sellhigh
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RE: Technology boost
24 Sep '14
"This is a massive leap forward, especially in an offshore setting. The process is relatively inexpensive, meaning the costs for EOR could fall dramatically while yields could rise.
 
Sellhigh
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Technology boost
24 Sep '14
Sellhigh
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RE: Arup PR..
24 Sep '14
Decommissioning is a hot topic at the moment and Uk oil and gas are holding a sell-out conference on the subject:

“Decommissioning North Sea oil and gas facilities is projected to cost £40.6 billion over the next 25 years in the North Sea”.

“When the time is right, oil companies will seek to decommission as efficiently and cost effectively as possible while ensuring they meet their safety and environmental obligations”.

“The issue will take centre stage when Oil & Gas UK and Decom North Sea jointly host the Offshore Decommissioning Conference 2014 next month (October 7- 9) at the Fairmont in St Andrews”.

XELs platform of choice has the ability to be easily decommissioned at the end of field life - making it an environmentally sensitive and cost-effective solution – another tick for DECC

approvalhttp://www.oilandgasuk.co.uk/news/news.cfm/newsid/1064
wetdream
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300k traded through ISDX
24 Sep '14
today. As usual, about 50% of LSE volumes.
Algos still in place.
wetdream
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If you had 35k to sell
24 Sep '14
why would you wait until the sp dropped below 61p?
IMHO while people are prepared to lose money like that, there's no chance of the sp recovering.
Having said that, there's plenty of broker to broker trades at that level, so looks like churning of shares once again.
highlandsbull
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Arup PR..
24 Sep '14
highlandsbull
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RE: re: Horizon Geobay
24 Sep '14
Wonder why BP with the adjacent Rhum gas field tied back to Bruce has never seemed to feature as a possible gas supply source for Bentley.
highlandsbull
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RE: HB
24 Sep '14
Wish that was reflected in the current sp..
zanthrus
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RE: re: Horizon Geobay
24 Sep '14
The Geobay is doing a pipeline mapping exercise in order to facilitate
a gas import pipeline infrastructure between Kraken, Bressay and
Bentley.

http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/company-comment/2014/09/10/xcite-energy-limited-statoil-exploration-co-enquest-plc-strike-north-sea-deal/

zan
JoeSoap
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HB
24 Sep '14
Almost 'bull-ish today!
GLA



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