IGAS.L - IGas Energy Plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
67.75
+0.88 (+1.31%)
At close: 4:30PM BST
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Previous close66.88
Open65.00
Bid0.00 x 340000
Ask0.00 x 2500000
Day's range65.00 - 69.00
52-week range48.50 - 293.75
Volume183,669
Avg. volume212,302
Market cap82.17M
Beta1.30
PE ratio (TTM)-0.31
EPS (TTM)-219.8
Earnings date28 Sep 2017 - 2 Oct 2017
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    France's Total extends British shale gas involvement

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  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Britain's IGas wins approval for shale gas exploration

    Britain's IGas has won planning consent from Nottinghamshire County Council to develop a shale gas well site and drill an exploratory well at Tinker Lane, the company said. The council gave IGas permission late last year to carry out exploration work at Springs Road in order to test whether the shale rock present is suitable for fracking. "Results from these (two) wells will help us better understand the shale gas potential in North Nottinghamshire," he said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Engie pulls out of UK shale gas with assets sale to Ineos

    French energy company Engie (Brussels: ENGI.BR - news) has sold its British shale gas interests to petrochemicals firm Ineos for an undisclosed sum, the companies said on Thursday. Engie was one of the first big energy companies to back Britain's nascent shale gas industry when it bought parts of Dart Energy's licences, a company since then taken over by IGas, in 2013.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 months ago

    British shale gas gets boost from court ruling on permit

    LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 20 (Reuters) - Britain's High Court ruled on Tuesday that a fracking permit awarded by a local council to developer Third Energy was legal, after it was challenged by environmental campaigners, opening the way to shale gas extraction in the UK. Substantial amounts of shale gas are estimated to be trapped in underground rocks and the British government wants to exploit it to help offset declining North Sea oil and gas output, create some 64,000 jobs and help economic growth. The contested permit in Yorkshire, in the north of England, was the first approval for shale gas fracking since a moratorium was lifted in 2012.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 months ago

    UK High Court upholds shale gas permit for Third Energy - claimants

    Britain's High Court ruled on Tuesday that a local government's shale gas fracking permit award to developer Third Energy was legal, claimants Friends of the Earth said in a statement. "The High Court ...

  • BT to name McTighe as Openreach chairman as Ofcom deal looms
    Sky News11 months ago

    BT to name McTighe as Openreach chairman as Ofcom deal looms

    BT Group (Other OTC: BTGOF - news) will take a potentially decisive step towards averting an enforced break-up this week when it names a former director of the telecoms regulator Ofcom as the first independent chairman of its broadband infrastructure unit Openreach. Sky News has learnt that BT plans to name Mike McTighe, a heavyweight former telecoms industry executive, to the post months after announcing a plan to strengthen Openreach's governance and accountability. The appointment of Mr McTighe is expected to be announced in the coming days, and possibly as early as Tuesday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 months ago

    Britain's IGas receives approval for shale gas exploration permit

    Nottinghamshire County Council gave the green light on Tuesday for shale gas developer IGas to test drill a shale gas site in northeast England in a first sign from the local authority that it supports shale gas projects. IGas' shares surged by more than a fifth to trade at a one-month high of 13.40 pence following the news. Subject to a legal agreement, IGas will now be allowed to carry out exploration work at its Springs Road site in North Nottinghamshire close the city of Sheffield in order to test whether the shale rock present is suitable for fracking.

  • KKR-backed energy group mounts raid on UK fracking firm's assets
    Sky Newslast year

    KKR-backed energy group mounts raid on UK fracking firm's assets

    An oil and gas group backed by the powerful Wall Street investor Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) is mounting an aggressive raid on assets owned by one of Britain's leading fracking companies. Sky News has learnt that Trans European Oil & Gas (TEOG) is pressing IGas Energy (LSE: IGAS.L - news) to divest its conventional resources arm, which comprises producing assets in the east Midlands and the Weald Basin in the south of England. IGas, which trades under names including Dart Energy and Star Energy (Stuttgart: 2393147.SG - news) , also ‎holds a number of licences to explore through fracking in Lancashire and the Midlands.

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