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You want security of supply then use the waves for electric generation with 24 continued security supply for ever and a lot greener and no need to have storage and not have to depend on high cost from wholesalers for gas that yes are already getting out of hand and demand has grown so high with expansion all over the world.even if you had more storage the cost of gas is going to increase three times higher in two years time as the demand grows with high shortages
Wise up and secure the UK future generation supply a cheaper way for you and your families
Aunty - I'll second that! Nazareme has never ever been positive about Infa I think he/she picks on Infa because they live quite close to the project...I wouldn't mind their negative posts but they never make an ounce of sense!
Thursday 07 June 2018 SGN Natural Gas have confirmed that the construction phase to bring natural gas to Coalisland began on Monday (June 4). This significant milestone in the development of the SGN Natural Gas network will enable homes and businesses to have access to an alternative energy choice in the area as soon as possible. The construction timeline to bring natural gas to Coalisland has been brought forward to facilitate a major public realm scheme being undertaken by Mid Ulster District Council.
Read more at: https://www.tyronetimes.co.uk/news/work-go-ahead-to-bring-natural-gas-to-coalisland-1-8524892
JUNE 7, 2018 / 8:42 AM / UPDATED 3 HOURS AGO
Dutch gov't says faster gas output cuts at Groningen may be possible
AMSTERDAM, June 7 (Reuters) - The Dutch government thinks it may be able to reduce gas production at the Groningen natural gas field to less than 12 billion cubic metres (bcm) by October 2020, the economic affairs minister said in a letter to parliament on Thursday.
#infa is still significantly undervalued with some news catalysts in coming weeks and months. Worth researching
Infrastrata (INFA) - Infrastrata PLC - Project Update
9:03 pm · 6 Jun 2018
Replying to @marketgem
Agree Gem. #INFA is still presenting decent entry. Mcap only c£4m & in full turnaround mode with FEED in progress unlocking value from it's 100% owned Islandmagee gas storage project. Classed as EU Project of Common Interest & has UK Gov't support. These prices won't last imo. ....................
I would certainly second these comments - next update could also be significant if it involves perhaps a funding update, maybe an MOU in terms of a pre let gas agreement or perhaps an update on govt level discussions or an update on discussions with one or more multi billion £ gas majors? Or even just further bod appointments in the mean time? All to play for.....I also believe the construction of the nearby Belfast gas power station will be significant for Infa in terms of the role it could play for the supply of gas 365 days a year to N.I, ROI and the UK too. All current trends point toward tightening of gas markets and increased volatility as Rough winds down and our over reliance on Imports is laid bare. Storage doesn't just smooth out spikes in prices but also provides physical security of gas supplies which can be called on at a moment's notice. At times of peak demand storage is instrumental in helping to keep the lights on when other gas supplies via pipelines are either at max capacity or suffering from outages of which there have been many over the last few months. The phrases 'strategic asset' and 'national importance' certainly ring true here.
Give over the years we have increased plastic waste into our seas and dumps.
When we see the food industry from the sea will suffer only after its to late will the public cry out and the gas power stations will half there power output in plastic industries.Given the new power stations proposed and the gas pipes going into homes all over how long would gas from the north sea last.
For these power stations the gas oil companies are hoping that fracking will help supply a good percent of this gas.Stop gas now and get renewable in the future.
Where will all the oil and desiel go when we get these electric cars. That can be charged at night..
I just passed a few more estates and housing projects with gas pipelines.
No wonder there is a gas shortage unless this is stopped now and this only within a few miles from me.
If this is happening all over the UK then We will run out of gas.
Note the EU is also expanding in there homes with gas.
China and other non EU countries also fastly sucking the gas.
American and Australia are fracking the land and destroying the land.
The Uk oil gas industries intent to Frack near your home and can even go under your home.
They will drain the water supplies for even one well.this summer will be hot hence water shortage and could see stand pipes used while they use the water to frack. They tell you it is to keep the lights on.
Wise up you live on Islands with the best way of generation of water from the sea it never stops and could produce over and above the electric we need for homes and cars.
Is the government short sighted or they worried they would lose to much tax on the oil industries now.
Invest in your future and stop them drilling wells now.
Let's assume they frack even one well 600metres from your home. Would you have valied insurance on or in your home.
Would you even have a safe water supply.
Would your water rates cost more for cleaning up the water and toxic waste.
Then you might want to sell your home.
You bring in a land survey and then they find there is multi gas wells hence your 250000 home is now only worth 100000 if you can even sell it.
Turbines at a standstill as UK goes seven days without wind
Written by Bloomberg - 05/06/2018 1:00 pm
Britain’s gone seven days with almost no wind generation and forecasts show the calm conditions persisting until the middle of the month.
The wind drought has pushed up day-ahead power prices to the highest levels for the time of year for at least a decade.
EU #NatGas | Russian imports remain strong relative to North Sea flows, supporting a relatively high #TTF price. Conversely, the week-on-week change in our storage index trended downward. LNG imports are expected to weaken this week (#23) - see chart. #GiacomoMasato #Energy #gas
SSE to invest £350m in Siemens’ new gas turbine plant
The Keadby 2 facility in Lincolnshire is expected to have a total capacity of 840MW and 63% efficiency
By Jonny Bairstow
Wednesday 6 June 2018
SSE is investing £350 million in Siemens’ new highly efficient combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) power plant.
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VPI Immingham to build gas-fired power station in Britain
Wed, 6th Jun 2018 12:54
LONDON, June 6 (Reuters) - VPI Immingham B Ltd said on Wednesday it would build a 229 megawatt gas-fired power station in North Lincolnshire, close to its existing combined heat and power plant.
VPI Immingham is owned by independent energy trader Vitol.
(Reporting by Sabina Zawadzki, editing by Louise Heavens)
Over the last seven days UK #wind output has averaged less than 1GW. As a result #CCGT #gas power plants climbed to an average of 13GW - a 40% increase from the previous week.
Hello guys, rather preoccupied but popped into catch up. The predictable retrace is in full swing and the bounce will be back soon. I am very encouraged by reading soecifically 3 quality posters spud MC and eyeguy, added to this SIC involvement. 1.5p is not that far away and 3p is coming jan 2019. What more do u need to know. Infa is a great share and cracking short and medium term prospects. Gla
I don't agree with your assertion that "it doesn't matter what the price was".It matters a hell of a lot to investors who bought in at those higher prices and who are now showing a 50% loss!
And mcadder, having now revealed your current holding and inter alia your identity, I am astonished that you were never offered the opportunity to take part in any of the placings.
There are times when I feel somewhat dubious about the manner in which the sp was allowed to slide from .72p to .24p bearing in mind that the new BOD failed to RNS or in any way publicise the Concept Evaluation Report. It was available when the Requisitioners took over but they chose to suppress it although it was positive and could have been used to bolster the sp when it was falling.