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"If you think that the OGA want to see onshore oil and gas disappear, please explain why new licences are issued?"
As pointed out they haven't had an Onshore Licensing Round in ages.
My understanding is that when asked they say they might consider it when all the 14th Round work programmes are complete. In the meantime they are tightening the screws on people to relinquish or perform
One thing I have learnt over the last 8 years is that if you have bought it is not rocky bottom.
SS will concentrate on Turkey if he sticks to his guns and that is a long way off imo.
And there you go again putting words in others mouths.
You only need to look at where the OGA have their HQ, the content of their website and the ratio of licence rounds to work out where the power lies. I would never ever take financial advice from the fool.
Check when the last rounds were. Really speaks for itself.
14th Onshore Licensing Round On 17 December 2015, we announced that licences for a total of 159 blocks were formally offered to successful applicants under the 14th Onshore Oil and Gas Licensing Round.
32nd Offshore Licensing Round On 11th July 2019, the 32nd UK Offshore Licensing Round officially opened and we invited applications for licences.
Rhum Area Out of Round On the 1st August 2019, the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has launched a restricted Out of Round offer for two blocks 3/24c & 3/29c, around the Northern North Sea Rhum Field.
31st Supplementary Offshore Licensing Round - Greater Buchan Area Plan The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has offered for award 4 licences to 3 companies in the 2019 31st Supplementary Offshore Licensing Round, which closed for applications in May 2019.
The 31st Offshore Licensing Round On 10th July 2018, we invited applications for licences in the 31st Offshore Licensing Round. Applications were accepted up to 14.00 on the 7th November 2018 through the LARRY system on the Energy Portal.
30th Offshore Licensing Round On 25 July 2017, we invited applications for licences in the 30th Offshore Licensing Round. The round closed for applications on 21 November 2017. On 23 May 2018 we announced the offer of awards in the 30th Offshore Licensing Round.
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30th Offshore Licensing Round information and resources (CLICK TO EXPAND) 29th Offshore Licensing Round On 27 July 2016, we invited applications for licences in the 29th Offshore Licensing Round. The Round closed on 26 October 2016. On 23 March 2017 we announced the offer of awards in the 29th Offshore Licensing Round.
Snaith2 Show me where "You seem make the OGA out to be something investors should fear". I think you are the one that is scared as the OGA will require UKOG to provide evidence that they are not going to use the injector purely to get rid of the contaminated water but to use it for what it is designed. They will need to provide evidence that HH-1 and HH-2 reservoirs are connected. There is a fracture between the 2 with the planned HH-3 also being to the north of the fracture.
As for prep work for HH-2 that is going to be very difficult as it has a cage over it. FOTH has already posted pictures of it.
Good morning Snaith2 I see Adrian has changed his mind yet again about UKOG and is now back in ramping mode after trashing the company and everyone in it for the past 18 months.
You seem to think you are the be all and know all of UKOG. You are not . And you seem to dismiss everything that is reported from site at Horsehill. It is reported that Horsehill has prep works going on to turn HH2 well in to an injector well. Now you may not like it but what it tells me is UKOG have already got the nod to go ahead. Sanderson will have to RNS at some stage as FOTH and the gang release more pictures. Him and that Rogan chap cut a passage down the foot path at the side of Horsehill just for that reason. You keep on about Turkey but Turkey is dead for now. Its all about Horsehill and also Loxley news for now.
Snaith2 If we had eyes like the Fool we would not see what is going on the same as we don't with Anton. A quick vid of the top of the pump proves nothing. Not one picture tweeted. Do you just make this s**t up? https://twitter.com/Anton13579 Like I said "it is the difference between ones own thoughts and reality". The EA permit has nothing to do with the injector as the old permit still covers it. The new EA permit is to do with storage and the legislative side (The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010) if you had done any research. The OGA approval is the important part but you keep failing to gasp that. Again "it is the difference between ones own thoughts and reality". Even after they complete the installation how long will it be before we get the results? OGA production and water figures are 3 months behind. Annual and Interims are 9 months behind. Will UKOG be pushing out a RNS? They haven't pushed one out for 6 weeks now. Are you expecting miracles?
I dont come on here that much but what has happened to fool on the hill? He seems to have changed his attitude and his name from totally ramping the company then to slating the company and now to recommending it as a strong buy again. Are you a trader? or just a confused fool?