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Hurricane Energ Share Chat (HUR)



Share Price: 53.45Bid: 53.40Ask: 53.50Change: -1.05 (-1.93%)Faller - Hurricane Energ
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 0.19%Open: 54.35High: 55.35Low: 53.25Yesterday’s Close: 54.50


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Biffadog
Posts: 906
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.45
Warwick Deep.
Today 12:58
Took the liberty to change the thread title as the SP has not crashed.

Volume is very low so no news leak. DST is ongoing by all accounts.

So expect an RNS in the very near future. Hopefully good news.

My personal view is people are waiting for a successful RNS at WD before getting back on board.

If WD fails for any reason then all is not lost as Spirit/HUR have confirmed they will still go ahead with the super giant (in it's own right) 500M barrel Lincoln field.

HUR also have the whole of GLA to be getting on with so the net result is a reduction in total reserves of about 500M barrels (250M net to HUR).

Obviously, the SP will take a hit in the short term if this happens.

However, I'm with Genghis, in that everything points to getting a great result at Warwick (COS 77%) and there is no way Spirit will not go the distance (time and money) to produce positive results here, if at all possible.

IMHO a result at WD and some good initial readings from the EPS will break this out over 64p.

For the moment we are simply drifting in the doldrums.

GLA.
 
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Thedriver
Posts: 376
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.50
RE: Blank
Today 12:51
Nope I'm not averaging down in case it's bad news
PottyTime
Posts: 5,884
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.45
RE: SP Crash - Brent $60
Today 12:46
The MM's and the II's moving it down so fwends can pick up at bargain prices. Watching these myself for an entry soon hopefully. Stuck in PVR for the moment. It will be Asti Spumanti here soon enough imo.
wellwell
Posts: 6,390
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.45
RE: Blank
Today 12:43
Question is though....are you averaging down prior to bad news? It's not quite as simple as you make out this investing malarkey....I should know.
Thedriver
Posts: 376
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.25
RE: SP Crash - Brent $60
Today 12:42
I'm over grand down.
SIPPn00b
Posts: 3,640
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.45
RE: SP Crash - Brent $60
Today 12:41
16th April, RNS was 17th
LuckCounts
Posts: 2,558
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:53.50
SP Crash - Brent $60
Today 12:37
Hurricane back to insanely cheap levels it was when Brent went below $60 approx 2 weeks ago!!!!

And that was prior to first cargo of oil etc!!! Very very low volumes!!!

WTF is going on???

I am sure discussed on this board many times prior - but may I ask again when can we expect news on Warwick Deep??? Been a while since 17 April Spud - I do hope we get a positive result - SP certainly needs it!!!

http://www.lse.co.uk/share-regulatory-news.asp?shareprice=HUR&ArticleCode=0j1wqkof&ArticleHeadline=39Warwick_Deep39_20526bC_Well_Spud
Cebo-456
Posts: 462
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.50
RE: Blank
Today 12:37
WW, always better to wait for any official RNS before believing anything or the rumours etc. Plus any drop on the SP will give investors a great chance to average down if that is how the roll :-)
somm
Posts: 435
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.45
WD
Today 12:33
Where's me Wick?

What happened to all those supposedly in the know posters who said DST etc. was being done last week and news due last Wednesday?
ollycromwell
Posts: 44
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.30
RE: Labour
Today 12:14
Labour will not get in, conservatives and brexit parties will join hands, the tories have been infiltrated by people like Stewart (who works for George Soros). nobody would seem to be interested in sorting out vote rigging in Peterborough ,most of them are leaning to the left,and as we know, very few of them can be trusted , its all smoke and mirrors.There is so much good ,company and business wise in this country, but where is the leadership ?
wellwell
Posts: 6,390
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.55
RE: Blank
Today 12:05
You looking over the gunwales just now Ceb?
Cebo-456
Posts: 462
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.55
RE: Blank
Today 11:57
Indeed!!!!!
wellwell
Posts: 6,390
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.65
RE: Blank
Today 11:48
If they had then I’d expect more of a drop and much higher trade volumes. So too early yet I think to say.
Cebo-456
Posts: 462
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.75
RE: Blank
Today 11:27
Driver - no guarantees in this game as they say.
Thedriver
Posts: 376
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.85
Blank
Today 11:18
Have they drawn a blank.
SpruceGoose2
Posts: 762
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:53.80
RE: Labour
Today 11:07
pipe-dream idealistic stuff like 'delisting non-greeners' would be ok if the same muppets who come up with this ill (or not-at-all) claptrap had even a semblance of a plan for, for example, how to keep the lights on.......
We now live in a world of populist bull$h!t; thanks Bannon, et al.

GLA
wellwell
Posts: 6,390
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.35
RE: Labour
Today 11:00
As yuyus pointed out yesterday Chablard there’s no guarantees. There will probably be a flare otherwise they’d not have mobbed the equipment, the key is what the test results tell us. I’m waiting for that.
mrJimV
Posts: 11,266
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.10
RE: Labour
Today 10:57
chablard / OMG don`t get into Labour talk , the city is scared as hell if Labour got in why do you think the Tories and Farage have been having a chat . your shares would be like what Gordon Brown did with our Gold . very scary .
SlowRoll
Posts: 530
Opinion:Hold
Price:54.35
RE: Labour
Today 10:43
I may be naive but its a global economy whats wrong with Frankfurt, Paris, New York,....if labour take power most of our largest companies will relocate in the interest of survival and UK will lose tax take.
Apachewind
Posts: 546
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.35
RE: Labour
Today 10:25
I wonder if that is why our BoD decided against going for a listing?
chablard
Posts: 542
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.15
Labour
Today 10:14
Article in the Telegraph .

McDonnell has confirmed Labour plans to delist from the London Stock Exchange any company that "fails" to address the climate change crisis. Anna Isaac explains how the shadow chancellor said regulation was necessary to "divert investment away from fossil fuels".

The next article should read, how labour intend to bankrupt GB. God help us!

Just thought I would cheer you up (Wellwell) as we wait for Warwick to flare

GLA
escargot
Posts: 2,876
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.00
RE: Fracking second thoughts...
Today 10:09
yes Genghis my wife thinks I can do that too !
Genghis15
Posts: 4,028
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.30
RE: Fracking second thoughts...
Today 09:37
littlened
True but beside the point.

The point is thy are in charge of the supply of fiat money, so are never broke ; they can just magic more of it overnight.
littlened
Posts: 127
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.15
RE: Fracking second thoughts...
Today 08:14
Aduk,not like you to deliberately misunderstand.In one sense all central banks are broke but it matters not as they are funded by taxpayers via govt.
wellwell
Posts: 6,390
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:54.50
RE: Fracking second thoughts...
Today 06:48
I've heard more than once that it's a Ponzi scheme......yet here we are.




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