It just seems daft to me that the Company should not want to RNS at least the first several lifts, they know that we find out anyway, and why would they not want to let the market know, even if it was through @hurricomms and not an RNS, just tell the Market. The SP needs all the help it can get. It's not like we are in the middle of Subsea installation and will find out at the end. This is ongoing production from a new Play that by all accounts is looking extremely promising, so if it is going well tell us. If it's not, Dr Trice said he would tell us.
So, come on, Hurricane, inform the market once the cargo has been sold please. That would be within 24 hours of the lift, going by what AS told us at the CMD.
RE: Imagine Kerogan sell the lot in 120 days time19 Jul 2019 12:28
Trigger, looks like Thedriver may have gotten a ban for trolling this board, check his posting history, no posts for the last couple of days with a lot of HUR "contributions" also being deleted. Suggest you reign in your trolling, haven't reported you yet but will have no compunction in going through your last dozen or so posts and reporting them all simultaneously for trolling and being disruptive.
Feel free to throw out "board police" etc etc, you are an out and out troll that takes satisfaction in writing inane crap to wind others up, just like your mate.
No idea why you are having another pop slipanchor.
You are absolutely full off misinformation. Here is your latest pile of drivel:
"The only occasion I have seen a price sensitive RNS issued during market hrs was when it was accompanied by the suspension of trading for a couple of hrs while the market adjusted Not suggesting for one moment that this is what will happen."
I didn't see you have a pop at Cebo who directly told you that you were full of crap (paraphrasing).
And look what happened. Hurricane released a price sensitive RNS at ten in the morning and the share wasn't suspended. Quelle surprise.
Anyway, all that said, I wish your wife well as I am sure everyone here will too.
"RPS Energy concur with Hurricane regarding the isolation of Lincoln from Lancaster in their 2017 Competent Persons Report (CPR) that covers the Rona Ridge assets excluding Lancaster. Whilst RPS concur that the GWA could have the same contact they have elected to take a conservative approach by evaluating them as separate structures, at least until a well is drilled at Warwick. Consequently the CPR assigns 2C Contingent Resources of 604 MMboe to Lincoln (gross)."
"ok again what about the 900 million barrels of frigging oil is it there or not or did Hur not hit the sweet spot to access the oil field ? Can someone ask the question over there ?"
Reading the RNS, I don't understand the question. Warwick Deep was NOT a duster, we hit an oil column but the fracture network meant that the well could not be a producer. And there is no read across to Lincoln or Lancaster.
"The Lancaster EPS start-up phase went smoothly and achieved its data objectives. The world class productivity of these wells means that we were able to achieve the desired rates with small chokes and without ESP-support. This bodes very well for future production efficiency and costs"
Outstanding! And a fabulous overall update, so much to be excited about!