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05/12/2016
08:20
Highlands Natural Resources Daily Update: Highlands Natural Resources PLC is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HNR. The last closing price for Highlands Natural Resources was 33.63p.
Highlands Natural Resources PLC has a 4 week average price of 35.94p and a 12 week average price of 34.94p.
The 1 year high share price is 79.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 10.63p.
There are currently 64,287,349 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,122,524 shares. The market capitalisation of Highlands Natural Resources PLC is £20,893,388.43.
04/11/2016
12:45
the_merlion: I read the ''story'' on LSE yesterday from the poster D14MOND. I believed he was doing this to encourage selling so he could re-buy cheaper. I have contacted the company via email and via the broker Cenkos. Here is the reply: Q/ Good afternoon. I have a question on the above company please. I am a large shareholder, and have over 1m shares as of today. I have held these since late 2015, therefore I have been involved with the company at the time of the selling of the Diversion warrant shares recently. This process impacted the share price significantly. Now that has been concluded, and shareholders were expecting a period of share price recovery, we find ourselves back with a large seller in the market. There are mutterings that this is Mr Price converting his founder warrant shares, which means he has to sell some HNR holding shares to release funds to convert the founder warrant shares. Can you confirm if this is what is going on here. Shareholders have suffered long enough, and should be entitled to this information. Regards xxxxxxxxxxxxxx A/ Dear Mr xxxxxxxxx We can confirm that we are not aware, and neither do we believe, that Mr Price is selling shares or exercising his warrants. As a director of the company, any dealing in the company's shares would be announceable. Furthermore, as a major shareholder, any significant change in Mr Price's holding would also be announceable. I think in these circumstances you should conclude that Mr Price is not selling nor exercising his warrants. I hope that is helpful. Kind regards Nick
02/9/2016
18:17
tell sid: Another 5 million warrants exercised by the institutional investor who purchased them from Diversion so bringing in another £1.25 million cash to HNR: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/highlands-natural-resources-HNR/share-news/Highlands-Natural-Resources-PLC-Issue-of-Shares-an/72349206 2 September 2016 Highlands Natural Resources plc ('Highlands' or 'the Company') Issue of Shares and Disposal of Warrants Highlands, the London listed natural resources company, announces that it has issued an additional 5,000,000 ordinary shares in the Company (the 'New Ordinary Shares') pursuant to the exercise of warrants. The warrants exercised are part of those acquired by an institutional investor (the "Institutional Investor") from Diversion Technologies, LLC ('Diversion'), as announced on 15 June 2016, and which are exercisable into ordinary shares in Highlands at 25 pence per share. Accordingly, as anticipated following that sale, this exercise is a significant event for Highlands and has resulted in the receipt of further new funds of GBP1.25 million (taking the total new funds received as part of these transactions to GBP2.50 million). An application will be made for the New Ordinary Shares to be admitted to trading on the Official List of the UK Listing Authority by way of a Standard Listing and to trading on the London Stock Exchange's Main Market for listed securities ('Admission') and it is expected that Admission will take place on 9 September 2016. Following the issue of the New Ordinary Shares, the total number of ordinary shares in Highlands with voting rights will be 44,237,349. This figure may be used by Highlands' shareholders as the denominator for calculations to determine if they have a notifiable interest in Highlands under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules, or if such interest has changed. Disposal of Warrants Highlands is also pleased to announce that it has been notified by Diversion that Diversion has today sold a further 10 million warrants (the "Warrants") in Highlands to the Institutional Investor. The terms of the potential sale that were announced in June 2016 have been altered such that the Institutional Investor has agreed to pay Diversion an initial consideration of 1 pence per warrant and a deferred consideration equal to one half of the excess of the volume weighted average price ('VWAP') over 30 pence per Highlands share. The VWAP, for the purposes of this agreement is defined as the volume weighted average price of Highlands shares from the date of sale through to the time of exercise of the Warrants by the Institutional Investor. In the event that the Institutional Investor exercises only part of the Warrants, then the VWAP for the next exercise will be the volume weighted average price of Highlands shares as of the date of last exercise through to the date of the next exercise. In addition, and as part of the terms of this agreement, the Institutional Investor has granted Highlands the right to insist that the Institutional Investor exercises each week such number of Warrants equal to not less than 15% of the aggregate number of Highlands shares that trade during the previous five trading days at a price equal to or higher than 30 pence per Highlands share. This is a significant benefit to Highlands and its shareholders as, subject to its share price and volume, it provides good visibility on the exercise of the Warrants and the consequent receipt of new funds of GBP2.50 million (taking the total new funds received as part of these transactions to GBP5 million). Disclosure of notifiable interests Due to the issue of the above New Ordinary Shares, although the number of ordinary shares held by Mr R B Price, CEO of Highlands, has not changed, with effect from Admission his holding represents 27.1% of the Company's total voting rights. Mr Price has a beneficial interest in the Warrants as a 37.5% shareholder in Diversion. Highlands CEO Robert Price said, "This further sale by Diversion increases the potential new funds for Highlands to GBP5 million, half of which has now been realised as a result of today's warrant exercise. Not only does this increase the Company's size and liquidity, which in turn should enhance our appeal to a wider investor audience, but we now have the funds to accelerate Highlands' core projects, including the deployment of DT Ultravert, the development of Helios Two and our drilling programme in our Colorado acreage." This announcement contains inside information.
04/8/2016
09:54
morgan20: INVESTMENT OVERVIEW Highlands Natural Resources primed with catalysts ahead of June re-fracking tests Jamie Ashcroft 14:18 23 May 2016 A string of positive announcements, since mid-April, have seen the share rise around 500% and in the coming weeks promise possibilities for further share price catalysts. Highlands Natural Resources Plc (LON:HNR) on Monday jumped more than 40% trade at new highs above 60p a share after the diverse investor unveiled its latest fillip, a deal with a significant US oil services group. It was the news that Calfrac Well Services Corp, a leading US oil services group, had joined Schlumberger as a licenced partner for the group’s 75% owned ‘refracking217; technology. This is the latest in a string of positive announcements since mid-April, and the positivity has seen the shares gain nearly 500% from 10p. The deal will further aid the roll-out out of the technology, a re-fracking system called DT Ultravert which is designed to give a low-cost boost to production, and it is importantly expected to deliver a share of revenues. An initial two year contract also sees Calfrac return key data back to support the further development of the DT Ultravert technology. Last September brought HNR’s first breakthrough partnership, signing up Schlumberger for DT Ultravert, which at that time the company described as having the potential to be a “major disruptive force”. Through the partnership deal Schlumberger wants to evaluate the potential of DT Ultravert by assessing the data gained from five field trials over a year. The technology has been developed by Diversion Technologies and specifically Paul Mendell, who created AIM-listed Iofina. Against a backdrop of persistently low oil prices producers and the oil services companies that drill and frack have been frantically casting about for ways of optimising what they do. One approach deployed onshore in the US has been to re-frack wells, which, while lower cost than drilling new targets, has met with limited success. WATCH: Re-fracking is the holy grail for oil and gas industry Diversion’s Mendell thinks he has come up with a simple and effective way to re-frack that is game-changing. The technique uses a pressurised gas (initially it will be nitrogen), rather than fluids. Mendell believes the gas will “block and divert” fracking fluid away from already cracked rocks to new, new untreated areas. Crucially, he thinks it will work on horizontal wells that have thus far proved very difficult to re-frack. Colorado testing could present a major catalyst HNR’s share price really started moving in mid-April, around the announcement that the company was expecting the first commercial tests for the DT Ultravert refracking technology in June. The patent protected technology, which enhances well output at a fraction of the cost of drilling a new well, is expected to be piloted in a well in the Piceance Basin, Colorado. It is one of a number of projects being targeted by HNR alongside partner Schlumberger. Discussions are ongoing with more than 20 exploration and production companies in the United States, the company revealed last month. The other well candidates for the refrack technology are found in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, the Appalachian Basin, the Williston Basin and the Permian Basin. "This is a truly transformational time for Highlands, demonstrated by the significant advancements we have made towards commercialising DT Ultravert as well as the potentially game-changing acquisitions we have made in the gas, helium and uranium sectors,” Price said at that time. The potentially lucrative technology is, however, just one of the assets in the HNR portfolio. The company has also been accruing acreage in the United States for very separate exploration businesses. Expanding exploration footprints Earlier this month, May 18, HNR announced the latest in a series of deals to expand its exploratory portfolio, with a low cost deal for an area in North Dakota’s Williston Basin. The company has acquired some 1,979 acres in the Williston Basin in a deal worth around US$14,000, paid in cash. The deal adds to North Dakota licences acquired in November, and its takes Highlands’ position in the area to 3,951 acres. "We are delighted with the low cost acquisition of these exploration licences in North Dakota,” chief executive Robert Price said at the time. A uranium mining opportunity in Utah Analysis of oil well logs prompted a deviation in the company’s initial thinking. After finding evidence of uranium in the holes the company has been building its acreage position and now plans to bring in a partner to take the assets forward. The Utah uranium portfolio now comprises a total of 1,384 acres. And the company believes an ‘in-situ’; mining operation could be developed. HNR revealed recently that it was seeking to commission a competent persons report – whereby an independent expert will assess the potential of the deposits. At the same time it is hoped that a partner can be brought in to aid the next phase of the project in the coming months. Price describes the uranium element of the portfolio as “strategically important”.
10/6/2016
09:08
dorset64: Highland Natural Resources - Fracking Diversion Tech - HNR loglorry1 - 03 Jun 2016 - 13:45:26 - 6181 of 6569 Here is a list of red flags I've still had no sensible answers to why tehy don't matter. 1. The market cap fully diluted is close to £50m and they have £1.5m of net assets........ (Not 1 director has sold any warrants even at 75p, argument dead) 2. No granted patents only patent applications...... (Patents applied for give protection against anyone copying the design/model etc, if patents are successful everything is backdated to 2015 when submitted) 3. The IP bought from Diversion was paid for in stock yet it was a related party transaction. Directors of Diversion same directors at HNR. No way to ascertain its true value. (see also point 12)..... (This is a point you & Wshak1 have pushed & pushed, yet nothing has been done about it so, if wrong go to the authorities with your allegations) 4. Company structure is set up so that in the success case most of the value flows to the directors through very large warrant holdings that they awarded themselves in both Diversion and HNR...... (Absolute nonsense and a pathetic argument) 5. Brooks-Price put £650K money in but for this received very large shareholding which alone valued his investment at 5p/shr but also received warrants at 5p which are already in the money and is also now taking a salary.... (Again same point as above regarding the warrants, pathetic argument) 6. No employees, no office, no revenue, no profits, no granted patent. (This argument is now dead in the water) 7. The re-listing 28/Jan/2016 raised only £415,000 after costs despite gross proceeds of £765,000 for selling a massive 29% 6.375m shrs of the shares business yet investors now think that 6.375m shares are worth ~£2.6m..... (The market sets the share price and as with most co's are not prices as of today, but what will/expected to occur in the future) 8. Deal with Schlumberger is tenuous. Schlumberger are providing services and getting paid. There is NO financial commitment from Schlumberger. Are the trials mentioned in conjunction with Schlumberger exclusively testing Ultravert or are they mainly for Schlumberger's own refrac tech Broadband with perhaps Ultravert bolted on? The only contracts in place are indicative similar to a letter of Intent from Schlumberger. Why has this not been firmed up?... (This argument is now dead.) 9. Diversion who still own 25% of the IP have $342 on their balance sheet yet are liable for 25% of the trial/testing costs. How will they contribute? Will they exercise warrants in HNR and sell resulting stock to raise the funds required? (This argument is now dead) 10. Only funded for G&A e.g. administrative costs thru 2017 not for any costs required for testing/trialling tech despite many here posting the latter constantly. (This argument is now dead) 11. Massive competition in the sector from very very large players who have first mover advantage, fully IP protected tech and huge resources. These include Sclumberger and Halliburton. (Patents are applicable from the date they were applied, not granted as you appear to believe, this argument is now dead) 12. The transfer of IP into HNR from Diversion was in Breach of Section 593? There was no proper valuation since it was a related party transaction - no way to properly value the technology. (Again as per above, if you honestly believed this story to be 10% true, you, Wshak or other shorter would had been all over this and gone to the authorities...you haven't. Enough said) 13. Absolutely no publicity about trials that are supposed to happen this month from Sclumberger or any 3rd party O&G partner. The only information on these trials is coming from HNR or its PR company and associated PR websites like Proactive Investor. Don't you think if tech that might change a multi-billion dollar fracing business was on trial they'd be more general interest? (This argument now dead)
30/5/2016
15:07
monkeymonkey: he,s bound to get one right now and then cos there tipping every single day, tidys right on this one he missed the boat so all he can do now is put it as a sell, he did the same with ffwd and others, he,s like a dog with a bone, as I said if its not his tip its no good, he had a saying let the trend be your friend, what happened to that saying lol,as for friends I don't think he has many I wonder what the city boys really think of him, theres good info on these threads if you have time to go through it all, that's why I bought into this one, bit rough last week on here but hnr share price came out ok, lets hope for a good june and onwards
23/5/2016
14:25
h2owater: http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/126264/highlands-natural-resources-primed-with-catalysts-ahead-of-june-re-fracking-tests-126264.htmlHighlands Natural Resources primed with catalysts ahead of June re-fracking testsShare 14:18 23 May 2016A string of positive announcements, since mid-April, have seen the share rise around 500% and in the coming weeks promise possibilities for further share price catalysts.oil worker turning wheelINVESTMENTOVERVIEW: HNRTHE BIGPICTURESchlumberger is expected to start commercial tests soon.Highlands Natural Resources Plc (LON:HNR) on Monday jumped more than 40% trade at new highs above 60p a share after the diverse investor unveiled its latest fillip, a deal with a significant US oil services group.It was the news that Calfrac Well Services Corp, a leading US oil services group, had joined Schlumberger as a licenced partner for the group's 75% owned 'refracking' technology. This is the latest in a string of positive announcements since mid-April, and the positivity has seen the shares gain nearly 500% from 10p.The deal will further aid the roll-out out of the technology, a re-fracking system called DT Ultravert which is designed to give a low-cost boost to production, and it is importantly expected to deliver a share of revenues.An initial two year contract also sees Calfrac return key data back to support the further development of the DT Ultravert technology.Last September brought HNR's first breakthrough partnership, signing up Schlumberger for DT Ultravert, which at that time the company described as having the potential to be a "major disruptive force".Through the partnership deal Schlumberger wants to evaluate the potential of DT Ultravert by assessing the data gained from five field trials over a year.The technology has been developed by Diversion Technologies and specifically Paul Mendell, who created AIM-listed Iofina.Against a backdrop of persistently low oil prices producers and the oil services companies that drill and frack have been frantically casting about for ways of optimising what they do.One approach deployed onshore in the US has been to re-frack wells, which, while lower cost than drilling new targets, has met with limited success.WATCH: Re-fracking is the holy grail for oil and gas industryDiversion's Mendell thinks he has come up with a simple and effective way to re-frack that is game-changing. The technique uses a pressurised gas (initially it will be nitrogen), rather than fluids.Mendell believes the gas will "block and divert" fracking fluid away from already cracked rocks to new, new untreated areas.Crucially, he thinks it will work on horizontal wells that have thus far proved very difficult to re-frack.Colorado testing could present a major catalystHNR's share price really started moving in mid-April, around the announcement that the company was expecting the first commercial tests for the DT Ultravert refracking technology in June.The patent protected technology, which enhances well output at a fraction of the cost of drilling a new well, is expected to be piloted in a well in the Piceance Basin, Colorado.It is one of a number of projects being targeted by HNR alongside partner Schlumberger.Discussions are ongoing with more than 20 exploration and production companies in the United States, the company revealed last month.The other well candidates for the refrack technology are found in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, the Appalachian Basin, the Williston Basin and the Permian Basin."This is a truly transformational time for Highlands, demonstrated by the significant advancements we have made towards commercialising DT Ultravert as well as the potentially game-changing acquisitions we have made in the gas, helium and uranium sectors," Price said at that time.The potentially lucrative technology is, however, just one of the assets in the HNR portfolio. The company has also been accruing acreage in the United States for very separate exploration businesses.Expanding exploration footprintsEarlier this month, May 18, HNR announced the latest in a series of deals to expand its exploratory portfolio, with a low cost deal for an area in North Dakota's Williston Basin.The company has acquired some 1,979 acres in the Williston Basin in a deal worth around US$14,000, paid in cash. The deal adds to North Dakota licences acquired in November, and its takes Highlands' position in the area to 3,951 acres."We are delighted with the low cost acquisition of these exploration licences in North Dakota," chief executive Robert Price said at the time.A uranium mining opportunity in UtahAnalysis of oil well logs prompted a deviation in the company's initial thinking. After finding evidence of uranium in the holes the company has been building its acreage position and now plans to bring in a partner to take the assets forward.The Utah uranium portfolio now comprises a total of 1,384 acres. And the company believes an 'in-situ' mining operation could be developed.HNR revealed recently that it was seeking to commission a competent persons report – whereby an independent expert will assess the potential of the deposits. At the same time it is hoped that a partner can be brought in to aid the next phase of the project in the coming months.Price describes the uranium element of the portfolio as "strategically important".Share Jamie_55a91591db06b.jpgJamie Ashcroft
23/5/2016
09:04
dorset64: loglorry1 23 May'16 - 08:57 - 4856 of 4863 4 0 @keya You often ring up multi national billion pound companies and get a license agreement like that signed just off the cuff? If you are saying Calfrac are a multi national billion pound companies then you need to do your research. They have a market cap of CAD$216m. That's about £113m given todays rise that's worth about 2x as much as HNR which sort of puts the absurdity of the HNR price into perspective. =========================================================== So, loglorry1 lets look deeper at what you're suggesting here. Calfrac have revenues of circa £100m+ and today, at 52p HNR is valued at £17m with todays shares in issue. Calfrac have signed a deal to implement HNR's tech into their own O&G operations with additional funds coming to HNR by way of Calfrac agreeing to buy Nitrogen Gas exclusively from HNR, at todays prices. So if we ignore the future nitrogen revenues from this deal and concentrate on the royalties only. Calfrac obviously believe, as do Schlum and many others that this technology works, and thus works better than anything else on the market today which is why they have jumped straight in and signed this deal. IUf they believed there are better offerings in the market then of course, they themselves would be looking elsewhere and not at HNR. Over the coming months/years if everything goers well then Calfrac could implement DT Ultravert on to all there partners wells and it may prove succesful to all parties but for balance, lets just say that out of the £100m+ revenues today, way down due to the current POO, but lets say that the oil price continues to rise and they have a t/o of say £50m using DTU. 2% of £50m = £1m revenue to HNR, per year for as long as the deal remains in place. Add to that HNR receive profits on their nitrogen supply. So with JUST ONE deal signed at this juncture, and with oil prices still at the bottom end of the spectrum, this deal alone could quite easily equate to nearly 10% of todays share price without even adding in helium revenues, future deals with any of the 20 O&G companies currently talking to them, of their deals with Schlum or even their own acreage. Given they are talking to up to 20 O&G co's, this form of revenue stream alone will pay for all future CAPEX/OPEX on their own dealings/sales/land grab for years to come and in turn, with more co's signed up, would result in HNR almost certainly being bought out by a maor in the near/not too distant future. Adding that to the mix of just how many thousands of O&G companies are there across the US, in Russia, in Europe & across the world? So to finish your point, in the grander scale compared to some of the giants out there, this deal is a small deal but will show everyone once the commercial tests have been completed, and if successful, just how huge this company will be and the multiples of the current share price it may well become.
09/5/2016
06:40
phil1969: For those who may not have read it over the weekend and are again worrying about the issue of a handful of warrants. phil1969 - 08 May 2016 - 09:14 - 2885 of 2896 - 12The placing shares don't "hit" Wednesday. Any reaction to share issues/warrants from experience is on announcement not on the day of issue. Any new share issues etc are already priced in. If a company was to announce they are doing a fundraise at a 50% discount to current share price in a month. The share price would instantly drop to that price point regardless of when the shares come to market.That's why the deal is always done in the background and then announced. It gives the owners of the new shares to sell them for a healthy profit if thats their plan. (Flippers)Not everyone buys into a new share issue for the sole purpose of flipping, some actually want to buy a quantity of shares they'd never be able to acquire on the open market and the Plc takes the opportunity to put cash in the bank. The excise of warrants which HNR keep announcing are already forward sold by the MM's. Looking at the volume of shares traded over the last 2 weeks and how few shares are in circulation, it's the only way MM's could handle the 300% rise without incurring heavy losses. Looking at the sudden change in direction of the share price on Friday afternoon on very few buys, I'd say the MMs's are now short on stock again and will need to up the price next week to maintain an orderly market finding a price point for buyers and sellers. Don't be surprised or disappointed if RNS announces more warrants have been excised. These warrants are totally transparent and in the prospectus for everyone to see. The city boys will be basing any buy or sell decision knowing these shares exist, no nasty fund raise surprises or heavy dilution. City analysts will already be working on mcaps fully diluted. The clever money is on HNR, During the last crash in commodities there were dozens 10-100 baggers when the recovery in prices eventually came. At $44 a barrel, we may have bounced nicely off the bottom but the recovery in prices will be gradual. HNR have positioned themselves nicely with DT and policy of picking up cheap assets. They have cash for further acquisitions and in bed with Schlumberger and Haliburton. Finding the 10-100 bagger gets easier if you have the patience during a depressed period in a particular sector. I have been following commodities for over 15 years with my biggest success trading derivatives during 2009/2010I see holding HNR over the next 12 months my best chance of picking the next 10-100 bagger having bought in when HNR first came to market last year and already up 313% with no intention of selling. Those who may have seen my previous posts when the share price was sub 10p and I was slightly underwater will know I've got my main holding of HNR in certificate form to avoid the temptation of trading it.
08/5/2016
08:14
phil1969: The placing shares don't "hit" Wednesday. Any reaction to share issues/warrants from experience is on announcement not on the day of issue. Any new share issues etc are already priced in. If a company was to announce they are doing a fundraise at a 50% discount to current share price in a month. The share price would instantly drop to that price point regardless of when the shares come to market.That's why the deal is always done in the background and then announced. It gives the owners of the new shares to sell them for a healthy profit if thats their plan. (Flippers)Not everyone buys into a new share issue for the sole purpose of flipping, some actually want to buy a quantity of shares they'd never be able to acquire on the open market and the Plc takes the opportunity to put cash in the bank. The excise of warrants which HNR keep announcing are already forward sold by the MM's. Looking at the volume of shares traded over the last 2 weeks and how few shares are in circulation, it's the only way MM's could handle the 300% rise without incurring heavy losses. Looking at the sudden change in direction of the share price on Friday afternoon on very few buys, I'd say the MMs's are now short on stock again and will need to up the price next week to maintain an orderly market finding a price point for buyers and sellers. Don't be surprised or disappointed if RNS announces more warrants have been excised. These warrants are totally transparent and in the prospectus for everyone to see. The city boys will be basing any buy or sell decision knowing these shares exist, no nasty fund raise surprises or heavy dilution. City analysts will already be working on mcaps fully diluted. The clever money is on HNR, During the last crash in commodities there were dozens 10-100 baggers when the recovery in prices eventually came. At $44 a barrel, we may have bounced nicely off the bottom but the recovery in prices will be gradual. HNR have positioned themselves nicely with DT and policy of picking up cheap assets. They have cash for further acquisitions and in bed with Schlumberger and Haliburton. Finding the 10-100 bagger gets easier if you have the patience during a depressed period in a particular sector. I have been following commodities for over 15 years with my biggest success trading derivatives during 2009/2010I see holding HNR over the next 12 months my best chance of picking the next 10-100 bagger having bought in when HNR first came to market last year and already up 313% with no intention of selling. Those who may have seen my previous posts when the share price was sub 10p and I was slightly underwater will know I've got my main holding of HNR in certificate form to avoid the temptation of trading it. I'll try and find the charts and history on the recovery stocks during the last recovery in commodities in 80's to show what cleverly positioned Plc is capable of.
03/5/2016
09:40
phil1969: To answer your questions has,1. What safeguards are there in terms of patent protection? The technology can be replicated if proven.All tech can be replicated regardless of patents with a few tweaks here and there but HNR is already in bed with Schlumberger, Schl, wouldn't bother stitching up HNR & co for the sake of a few percent of royalties. If HNR were going it alone, id be more concerned and the share price would reflect that. The fact the big boys are swarming all over the the tech, have agreements in place with HNR and an option to buy 30% of HNR de-risks it massively2. If it is grossly undervalued, why did Price raise funds immediately as it spiked into the 20's - he placed stock at 18p. That stock hits the market next week.That's a really daft question. Which has been answered a hundred times. HNR now fully funded until end of 2017. Further de-risks and adds value to business. 3. If the concept is so readily proven, why did Mendell sell it to rice for 750k? Why did he not simply take it to Schlumbereger?£750k is his initial payment. He now partners Price and HNR to commercialising his concept. Who wouldn't take a £750k payout and then let someone else with all the contacts do all the hat work and still become a multimillionaire off the royalties and shareholding of HNRYour questions are deliberately negative yet have very simple answers which only makes the HNR story more compelling.
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