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Bowleven Share Chat (BLVN)



Share Price: 28.50Bid: 28.50Ask: 28.75Change: -0.25 (-0.87%)Faller - Bowleven
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.88%Open: 28.50High: 29.00Low: 28.25Yesterday’s Close: 28.75


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NT22
Posts: 708
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:34.50
Meeting n/a and gov
8 Mar '17
Is this going to happen any time soon
If there is some news soon it will help!
 
Bordersman
Posts: 4,054
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:34.50
LNG Plant?
8 Mar '17
My twopence worth is that VOG and Bowleven are sitting on the largest wetfield in S saharan africa

What would it take to make the real value appear in VOG and Bowleven's SPs.?

A $200M LNG or LPG plant so monetisation can be quick and assured. Vog has been nickle and diming in trying to create "retail" monetisation . and some small gas to power contracts with ENEO. WHen Vog drill results
come ( 21 March - 14 apr?) for drill 1 and then , as expected drill 2 results are even better - late Apr - May?
........it will be in a position to build pipe and garner a material and significant gas to power contract from ENEO
at Dibamba - which would dwarf all its existing sales contracts. Not in the bag yet but when and if VOG ( + Bowl) can prove adequate reserves for a long term contract at Dibamba - the runes suggest it likely. Thet would ensure huge leap in Vog ( and some fro Bowl ?) cash flow.

The bog question is what next. Vog has long suggested Condensed NG for distribution in retail mkt at high margins. Well that seems likely.

BUT - what next as a big one?

If a $200M LPG or LNG plant is built then - the quick monetisation options should bring about a revaluation of THE LARGEST WETFIELD IN S SAHARAN AFRICA>

Both VOG and Bowl could end up as the low hanging fruit as the big boys and girls move in, .....as and when and if that happens the Bowl & Vog shares wont just nudge ahead. I believe it worthwhile to wait while VOG and Bowl do the early grunt work before a large plant is built.

In that light I believe it is way too early to bust up Bowleven . We all know what COC are likely to do .
Looks to me as if they are dealmakers . If an LPG or LNG plant is built - you can multiply the value of Etiinde by X.

I am not a shareholder in Bowleven ( but was) but do get the impression that COC would do well if successful....but the leavings for the Bowl shareholders would be limited.

Mel
NT22
Posts: 708
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:34.25
When is the result
8 Mar '17
When will we know?!
RNS. ?
OLI12
Posts: 748
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:34.25
RE: EGM
8 Mar '17
thats good as this is a chance for PI's to make their voice heard and make a difference - i cannot see how anyone could want this board to remain here based on their track record - the fact they have not even offered an alternative for PI's to vote for says it all. They HAVE NO PLAN what so ever.

They could have bought VOG last year for peanuts and saved some face but NOTHING.
They have offered us NO plan as in reality the company is just a holding company with an overpaid BoD
masterblaster
Posts: 656
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:34.75
RE: EGM
8 Mar '17
I think you'll find that a good percentage have contacted their brokers and asked to vote on this. Turn out will be high.
OLI12
Posts: 748
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Price:33.75
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EGM
8 Mar '17
well looking at the voting turn out for the last few AGMs and looking at COC's holding here it seems the BoD will struggle to survive now.
Alot of holders will struggle to vote due to their shares being held in nominee accounts making the boards chance of gathering votes even harder this is before you take into account the fact they are beyond useless!
I expect a nice rise in the coming days as the market realises change is coming to Bowleven - its a shame its taken so long.
NT22
Posts: 708
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Price:33.75
Oc
7 Mar '17
Some one said they planned this over 2 years but their answer to the question was late 2016 when they started buying!
What deals are they planning and what safeguards are there for pi's
NT22
Posts: 708
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:33.75
RE: how much is it worth
7 Mar '17
Presume you sold out then at 34.25?

I think worth 60-£1.50 so will hold
wag7
Posts: 413
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:33.75
In again
7 Mar '17
Just bought another eleven thousand or so, need a 6.5p spike and I am clear. Not much action at the moment though.
OLI12
Posts: 748
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Price:34.25
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Confused
7 Mar '17
I cannot understand why anyone would trust this BOD and Management with circa $100m.
The assets we have don't really require any management going forward.
Their track record is abysmal to say the least and crucially they offer NO alternative to COC ....
I have my concerns about COC however the current regime needs to GO.

I would like to think they will resign before the EGM however I guess they won't get a pay off if they do this.




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