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UPDATE: #COPL set timeline for Q2/Q3 Nigeria drilling programme
RESULTS: IFA led wealth managers AFH Financial results show strong growth


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Member Since: Sat, 4th Jan 2014

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 225
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 8

Last Posted: Mon 20:52


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Mon 20:52

'and say first to flash the cash gets the deal, '

Totally agree with this

With Mercuria, as soon as I saw their list of conditions precedent, I wondered why AP had allowed them the mandate.

They should have been required to satisfy themselves as to all the points they wanted cleared, BEFORE giving them the exclusivity
Sun 20:27

Really, really irritating that people can buy at these prices
24 Jan '19

This whole ridiculous fuss illustrates how it is possible to make millions on AIM

The Bergen loan, for which we should be grateful, enables BP to be kept on track to produce $15m pa as from 6 months time

Isn't that what was wanted?

And the company is capitalised at £9m ,with BP producing $15m pa .WTF??

And with PP earning $3m pa for Vast?

And with the diamond wild card?
23 Jan '19

To expedite it further according to Mercurias expert
23 Jan '19

My understanding was that Bergen 1 pays for BP to production
22 Jan '19

If BP is now paid for, and will generate 6-8 million a month in 6 months, that guy has just taken sweets from a child

And if the diamonds land, even more so
22 Jan '19

Is Bergen 2 only for Carlibaba?
22 Jan '19

The key point here is that there is NO DELAY ON BP as Vast had funds from Bergen T1.
 
BP CAN BE ACCELERATED  if shareholders give headroom to complete BP faster

The lack of Mercuria 2 means ONLY that Carlibaba is delayed until new offtake obtained
15 Jan '19

Normally yes, but this is probably the best prospect on AIM atm imo
15 Jan '19

Anyone with any cash left after this debacle, should see Vast Resources shares double over the next month

Today's podcast from CEO Andrew Prelea

https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/mediaFiles/stocktubeDetails/11849/vast-resources-asking-for-shareholder-support-to-back-debt-funding-plans-11849.html
8 Jan '19

No need to apologise FAHP

You are doing a good job calling out the 24 hour obsessive trolls which now infest this site
2 Jan '19

Also nobody can be arsed to do your work for you by reading back through the threads to deal with your endless questioning on this lawyer issue
2 Jan '19

For God's sake READ Roy's deal with Southern, before emoting
2 Jan '19

Basically because he had to show he had immediate access to finance apparently, not in 6 months

People's patience had already been stretched with the 3 years for the authorities to issue the BP licence, with Roy expecting it 'imminently' in January 2015.

Now with this latest business involving Mercurias lawyers, when AP expected T2 by end of October
22 Dec '18

+ US pension funds have to rebalance by buying $65 billion of equities by end of December
22 Dec '18

40 days bubule
22 Dec '18

This thing will be 2p by the end of January

As a springboard for further moves North with Blueberry and Eureka
24 Nov '18

 'saying Zimbabwe is now producing more grain and tobacco than during Smith's era.'

Is this true?
20 Nov '18

'These nice rounded buys ARE NOT RETAIL imo'

I have thought for some time that some institution is bottom fishing

And as to Q3, didn't someone say a while back that the release of these is linked to something else?
19 Nov '18

Cash is king on AIM

Once tranche 2 arrives and quarterlies show steady improvement, this thing should motor, as income from BP will be in sight - estimated within 6 months


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