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Share Price: 24.00Bid: 23.75Ask: 24.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bowleven
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 1.05%Open: 24.25High: 24.75Low: 23.75Yesterday’s Close: 24.00

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Re:Herald Scotland - Echo
Sat 18:54
Haha. I kept posting the same message the other day only because it didn't seem to be taking my posts. Must have been a delay.
Sorry about that folks!
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Fri 12:03
we can also see what a hopeless case you are idea whatsoever :-)
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Fri 11:42
At least you can all see where they are spending the money in the bank.
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Bomono NPV
Fri 10:02
Hi – Here sharing a suggested NPV model for Bomono, to aid in valuation, but with many obvious assumptions:
- Moambe-1 (10MM.$ to drill and test-Dave Clarke).
- Bomono License (now operational) costing 50% of annual corporate G&A (ie: c. 6MM.$) for production license period.
- 9$/Mscf as minimum (from Gozomike).
- Production online 2017.
- 5MMscf/d=862BOE/d=5MMBTU/d=5.275GJ/d=1,465kW/d=1.47MW/d (100%efficiency).
- Well(s) have 5% annual production decline rate.
- Speculative costs of 6MM.$ for additional ‘pipes, nuts and bolts’.
- 10yrs single Moambe well production yields 15BCF; 20yrs yields 23BCF; 35yrs yields30BCF.
- Single Moambe well production starting at 5MMscf/d becomes uneconomic after 20yrs.
- No liquids info available. Gas only model.
- Awaiting Zingana flow rates to update.
- In summary: 10yr NPV(10) per 5MMscf/d production is worth 49MM.$ today.
- Note that should Moambe or Zingana fields/pressures support multiple producers/zones, each additional 5MMscf/d equates to approximately 49MM.$ for 10yr NPV(10).
- So when total stable production is known for Bomono, every 5MMscf/d production initiated in 2017 is worth 49MM.$ today…approximately…sort of…
Yes, it is just a model…
Yes, I am invested long in BLVN…
Disappointed to date with overall company performance, although not all problems have been internal, and severe lack of timely publishing of market sensitive info. However some tangible progress is now being made, if Cameroon Govt grants Bomono production license in short order; Lukoil get on with drilling now cheaper wells; and the Aminex deal completes at year end, coming online asap. A strong, diversified, and producing portfolio is the obvious goal, with incremental steps up in company value as opportunities come online.
Hoping that once testing results completely released, BOD buys in significantly.
I rarely post, but thanks to the posters presenting facts, details, info and sensible perspectives, both positive and negative.
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RE: Re; Neil
Fri 08:59
Mayfair, No worries and I am fully aware that KH has experience within this sector however only as a Financial Director.

With respect to KH I do think he dropped the ball and even admitted it when Dragon asked to see the books and I can only think he was concerned that if they decided to proceed he would have found himself getting kicked off his gravy train.

I take it you think the 40% payrise and Bonus for the Chief are in line with current deals within the sector?

My background is 23 Years in the Industry so I have a good handle on how things work and where the sector current is and trust me KH is taking the p !ss
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Re; Neil
Fri 08:47
Apologies, you refer to RH not KH - well BA 'Billy' will soon be taking the Chairman's reigns and he has over 20 years’ experience in the sector, so that should settle your score.
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Re: Neil
Fri 08:39
Neilmac, this is not to defend KH but rather to comment on your rather flippant statement about 'no experience' - KH has now been through four cycles where the doom and gloom-mongers have predicted Armageddon. Yes, there is a disconnect at the moment, trading at a discount to cash - not a discount to net asset value - but cold hard cash. But you only need to look at some of the barmy valuations at the junior end of the market, to realise that blame cannot all be laid on KH doorstep.
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RE: Neil ...
Fri 08:21
RH is a joke and it shows that he has no previous experience within this sector
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Neil ...
Fri 07:37
The main features of the role of chairman are as follows: (amongst others)

• as well as being chairman of the board, he/she is
expected to act as the company’s leading
representative which will involve the presentation of
the company’s aims and policies to the outside world;

keeping track of the contribution of
individual directors and ensuring that they are all
involved in discussions and decision making.

• to ensure effective communication with shareholders

I wonder how many boxes RH managed to tick....??
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Thu 22:40
In fairness to Ted he does have a point, KH getting a 40% increase when we are supposed to be cutting costs and the Chief getting a Bonus for doing nothing is not giving the shareholders value for money.

If the SP had risen during the last year then I would say the increase could be justified however as we presently sit lower than we were a year ago I think we can safely say KH and his fellow BOD do not deserve a 4% rise let alone a 40% rise.

Fully agree that AIM is a Casino however AIM do not set the wage structure of BLVN, The BOD does and they are not being honest to the PI's.

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