Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Velti Plc LSE:VEL London Ordinary Share JE00B41PDC45 Engaged in agriculture, forestry and investment in real estate.
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,125.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 74.5 -4.7 -26.3 - 401.74

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/7/2015
19:33
Nice quote right now: Last Price 0.015 Change $ 0.01 Change % 200.00% Tick Bid 0.01 Bid Size 1,552,000 Ask 0.015 Ask Size 30,000
dropside
02/7/2015
17:22
Something stirring? 2.3m shares traded today so far, nearly all of them buys. hTTp://www.investorpoint.com/stock/VEL%3ACA-Vanoil+Energy+Ltd%2E/market-makers-level2/
dropside
10/4/2015
19:39
Received this today: The Final exercise Opportunity for the Vanoil Energy Limited CA$1.00 Warrants arises on 17 May 2015. Each Warrant is convertible into a Vanoil Energy Limited Ordinary Share at an exercise price of CA$1.00 per Warrant. Please note that Vanoil Energy Limited Ordinary Shares are currently quoted with a mid-market price of CA$0.005 on the Toronto Stock Exchange. For each Warrant you exercise you are therefore paying CA$1.00 in order to receive an Ordinary Share currently valued at CA$0.005. Decisions, decisions....
dropside
19/11/2014
18:08
nope. just feels like we have all been kicked in the nuts..
dreggspicker
19/11/2014
16:24
does anyone know what at all is going on?
napoleon111
18/11/2014
21:28
Haha I agree with you on that pisces, its painful and even a bit of communication would be like a drop of water to a man dying of thirst.
dropside
18/11/2014
21:05
what a slow painful death this have been, would much rather have been shot!
pisces4
06/10/2014
09:12
BUNCH OF WASTERS
vauch
01/10/2014
17:51
Vanoil has just announced proceedings against Kenya, asking for $150m in damages, http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press-releases/2014/10/01/vanoil-commences-international-arbitration-against-the-government-of-kenya VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Oct. 1, 2014) - Vanoil Energy Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:VEL) ("Vanoil" or the "Company") has commenced an international arbitration against the Government of Kenya (the "Respondent"). This action has been filed to resolve a dispute arising from the Respondent's breach of the Production Sharing Contracts (the "PSCs") for Blocks 3A and 3B. Vanoil commenced drilling operations at the Madogashe-I drill site (Block 3A) in Kenya prior to July 31, 2013, as part of the Company's commitment specified in the amended PSCs for Blocks 3A and 3B. The Company was unable to drill, however, because drill site operations were significantly impaired by a number of incidents of local disturbance and unrest. The Company was directed by local government authorities to reduce and then delay operations until a safe return to the site could be provided. The Company's decision to proceed with a formal arbitration demand follows prolonged discussions with Kenyan officials regarding an extension of the PSCs for Blocks 3A and 3B in order to accommodate the lengthy delays experienced at the drill site and give the Government of Kenya sufficient time to provide Vanoil with secure and safe access to its site, in order to complete its two-well program. Vanoil is seeking not less than US$150 million as full and proper restitution for its seven years of exploration and development, based upon the net present value of its investment in Kenya, to which it is entitled under the PSCs. On behalf of the Board of VANOIL ENERGY LTD. James Passin, Chairman Read more at http://www.stockhouse.com/news/press-releases/2014/10/01/vanoil-commences-international-arbitration-against-the-government-of-kenya#m3xj4wUoYDYy8KDG.99
dreggspicker
19/9/2014
20:22
At £1.6m cap it is very cheap, but the liabilities make this high risk. However there are still deals to be done - with Kenya direct or through arbitration; Seychelles and L9. Compensation from Kenya could be rolled onto the liabilities and Seychelles (once settled) and potentially L9 could be farmed down. The intellectual property (3D seismic etc) on 3A and B could be sold. In time the Glencore deal and Witkop could be worth something. Just can't imagine Passin is throwing the towel in while discoveries are being made near 3A and Seychelles is looking promising. It would certainly help of course if they communicated properly with shareholders, no doubt that has damaged the share price. On the principle of buy when there blood on the streets I've added some more. Its very high risk but potentially high reward. Definitely no advice intended!
dropside
16/9/2014
15:53
Passin never has cared about private investors dreggs,thats why you never get any newsflow, they only put statements out when they are forced to! hardly investor friendly.
pisces4
15/9/2014
18:50
Hi dropside, Been away, saw the news, can't really get much worse, just what the hell is Passin playing at? if we are that short of cash then surely we could farm with someone for the Seychelles and have a free carry, a very small % of it is better than nought! It seems to me now that he does not care, and it will just be a tax write off, I thought this had so much potential, but now it is convincing me that I should never invest in any company - ever.......
dreggspicker
31/8/2014
19:19
hxxp://www.vanoil.ca/s/NewsReleases.asp?ReportID=671940&_Type=News-Releases&_Title=Vanoil-Provides-Update-on-Seychelles-Property Oh dear.
dropside
25/7/2014
08:42
"Aaron d'Este, CEO of Vanoil Energy, has joined Macquarie to build their principal and corporate advisory platform in London"
napoleon111
23/7/2014
15:27
closer to a day or two in court........ /www.nation.co.ke/lifestyle/smartcompany/UN-Vanoil-Energy-Canada-Kenya-government-contract/-/1226/2391782/-/wqtfvxz/-/index.html By IMMACULATE KARAMBU More by this Author The government is preparing its defence before appearing at the United Nations Commission on International Trade and Law in a case in which Canada's Vanoil Energy is seeking arbitration. Energy principal secretary Joseph Njoroge said the Canadian firm has written to the ministry expressing its interest in having the row between the two parties resolved by the UN agency. Vanoil Energy is dissatisfied with the action by the Cabinet Secretary for Energy and Petroleum, Mr Davis Chirchir, of revoking its licences for blocks 3A and 3B located in Garissa in February. This was after the firm failed to carry out work as specified in the production sharing contract it signed with the government in 2007. "These are expectations and they are allowed for in the production sharing contract. They have written about their intention of going for arbitration and we have already started preparing our response," Mr Njoroge said. He was speaking on the sidelines of a consultative workshop of the World Bank-supported Kenya Petroleum Technical Assistance at Utalii Hotel, Nairobi, on Friday. He defended the cancellation of Vanoil's licence, saying the ministry was keen on expediting oil and gas exploration. PLAY HARD-BALL "It is important that these resources are exploited as soon as possible. We must play hard ball. We do not want to have people who just delay on these blocks and deny a chance to interested firms which would carry out the work," said Mr Njoroge. Vanoil Energy announced its intention to seek a formal demand for UN arbitration on the matter early this month after Africa Oil Corporation announced discovery of natural gas deposits at Sala-1 well in Anza basin, where blocks 3A and 3B are located. Vanoil said in their update that they believed the value of the blocks had increased following the discovery of natural gas in the area. "Following the discovery of hydrocarbons with oil in Sala-1 well, announced by Africa Oil Corp, Vanoil believes the economic value of blocks 3A and 3B may have increased. "While we would have preferred to proceed with the two well programme approved by the Ministry of Energy, we are looking forward to pursuing all legal remedies," said Vanoil's chairman James Passin in a statement. INCREASED VALUE In the arbitration, the Canadian firm will be seeking to recover its investment costs in the two blocks. Local exploration blocks have generated increased interest from exploration companies following the first oil discovery at Block 10BB in March 2012. This has prompted the government to embark on revision of current petroleum exploration laws and enlist the help of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to develop contract terms for companies exploring for natural gas in a bid to secure maximum revenue once production starts. Delay in enactment of the revised law has, however, derailed fresh issuance of licences for blocks that have been surrendered by some exploration firms, despite pressure piling on the government to carry out the allocation. Kenya is expected to start producing oil by 2018, according to reports by the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum. Since the first oil discovery, 16 exploration wells have been drilled, of which eight located in blocks 10BB and 13T were found to contain crude oil deposits. Two wells are for natural gas and one, located in block 10A of Lamu Basin and operated by BG Group, has both crude oil and natural gas deposits, according to the Energy Ministry.
dreggspicker
09/7/2014
07:33
So we are going down the grey wig route ....... Vanoil Provides Update on Kenyan Blocks 3A and 3B Share On Facebook Print Alert Vanoil Energy Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:VEL), ("Vanoil" or the "Company") wishes to update information previously released on February 3, 2014 with regard to ongoing negotiations with the Kenyan Government with respect to the extension of Vanoil's Production Sharing Contracts ("PSCs" ) over Block 3A and Block 3B, onshore Kenya. Vanoil has decided to proceed with a formal demand for arbitration in accordance with the UNCITRAL arbitration rules adopted by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law as per the respective PSCs. Furthermore, Vanoil has commenced evaluation of all possible legal remedies the Company may have against the Kenyan Government. Mr. James Passin, Chairman of Vanoil stated, "Following the discovery of hydrocarbons with oil shows in the Sala-1 well in the Anza Graben announced by Africa Oil Corp. (TSX: AOI), Vanoil believes the economic value of Blocks 3A and 3B may have materially increased. While we would have preferred to proceed with the two well program approved by the Ministry of Energy, we are looking forward to vigorously pursuing all legal remedies". About Vanoil Vanoil is an oil and gas company with a portfolio of assets in East Africa and in the Republic of Seychelles, in the western Indian Ocean. In Kenya, Vanoil was negotiating to extend its interest in onshore Blocks 3A and 3B, originally acquired in October 2007 through the signing of a Production Sharing Contract (PSC) with the Government of the Republic of Kenya. These blocks cover 24,912 km2 in Kenya's Anza Basin and are geologically analogous to the prolific Muglad and Melmut Basins of South Sudan and geographically in close proximity to the recent PaiPai and Sala-1 discoveries in Kenya. Vanoil will now seek arbitration in order to recover its significant investment and lost profit opportunity in Blocks 3A and 3B. In offshore Kenya, Vanoil has a 10% working interest in the highly prospective 5,110 km2 Block L9 alongside Dominion Petroleum Kenya Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Ophir Energy plc) and FAR Limited. This block lies directly south of Block L8 which hosts the Mbawa gas discovery made in 2012. In offshore Kenya, Vanoil has an interest in Kenyan Block L9. In September 2011, the Kenya Ministry of Energy confirmed the 10% interest of Avana Petroleum Ltd. (now a subsidiary of Vanoil) in the highly prospective 5,110 km2 Block L9 alongside Dominion Petroleum Kenya Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Ophir Energy plc ("Ophir") and Flow Energy Limited (since taken over by FAR Limited). In January 2014, the Kenyan Ministry of Energy and Petroleum denied a request by Ophir to assign and transfer a 10% interest to Avana Petroleum Kenya Limited. Vanoil notes that this position is inconstant. In the Seychelles, Vanoil has a 25% participating interest alongside partner Afren plc ("Afren") in offshore Exploration Areas A and B, covering some 14,319 km2. Afren has recently increased its internal valuation of its 75% interest in the Seychelles. . On behalf of the Board of VANOIL ENERGY LTD. James Passin Chairman Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. Disclaimer for Forward Looking Information This news release includes forward-looking statements that are subject to assumptions, risks and uncertainties. Statements in this news release which are not purely historical are forward-looking statements, including without limitation any statements concerning the Company's intentions, plans, estimates, beliefs or expectations regarding the future. Although the Company believes that any such intentions, plans, estimates, beliefs and expectations in this news release are reasonable, there can be no assurance that any such intentions, plans, beliefs and expectations will prove to be accurate. The Company cautions readers that all forward-looking statements, including without limitation those relating to the Company's future operations and business prospects, are based on assumptions that cannot be assured and are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those indicated in the forward-looking statements. Readers are advised to rely on their own evaluation of such risks and uncertainties and should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. Any forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this news release, and the Company assumes no obligation to update the forward-looking statements, or to update the reasons why actual events or results could or do differ from those projected in the forward-looking statements. The Company assumes no obligations to update any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Vanoil Sam Malin, CEO + 44 7624 392 045 Vanoil Malcolm Burke +1 605 689 1515 x 108 Vanoil Scott Rose +1 604 684-1974 x 227 info@vanoil.ca www.vanoil.ca
dreggspicker
29/5/2014
11:21
Any statements or hints by the company would run the risk of de-railing netgotations so I guess we just have to be patient. I suppose most of us have parked this on the back-burner and left the management to sort it out. Not worth the stress of checking every day. Its priced as if the licence will not be extended so any good news will do us nicely.
dropside
29/4/2014
21:36
I certainly do not remember seeing this before, why would you put that on your website at this time if you did not have the nod! Very, Very interesting thanks drops, heres hoping to some good news...... Also what is meant by 12,192 km2 (pre 35% -relinquishment which awaits government approval) Is that part of 3b or do they mean a farm-in partner??????? bloody hell, I wish I was at that conference ....... dreggs
dreggspicker
29/4/2014
20:41
I don't think this was ever announced and I don't know when the website was updated with this information, I've never noticed it before...says 3A to be drilled in Q2 2014. No idea how old or recent this is, anyone know? hTTp://www.vanoil.ca/s/Ventures.asp
dropside
26/4/2014
18:21
its all sooooo weird drops, I just can not get my head round it.......
dreggspicker
26/4/2014
09:43
Thanks to dat51or on Stockhouse for this one. Sam Malin is a panel presenter at an international conference on Eastern Africa Oil, Gas/LNG & Energy, in the Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi on Wednesday. Sam's topic concerns his east Kenyan portfolio. That is surely good news as if it was going down the pan he would be unlikely to be presenting. hTTp://www.apo-mail.org/140327prog.pdf
dropside
24/4/2014
17:56
and back down again..............
dreggspicker
17/4/2014
18:02
There has been a big turnaround today, up 88% as I write, early days, but perhaps the worm has turned, massive volume circa 8.5m shares traded, I have not bought any, I promised myself I would not buy anymore as things look so bleak....... There seams to be a chance we will get Rwanda back see the link; http://www.worldoil.com/Vanoil-says-it-may-accept-other-explorers-in-Rwanda-oil-search.html Onwards and upwards!!
dreggspicker
11/4/2014
19:19
Well it just shows how wrong I was about the management - they seemed top-notch, but now with hindsight they look like they rest of 90% of the AIM type companies, all mouth and no trousers; Damn I am gutted, I could take drilling failures, but we have not even had the chance to drill one hole! As for farming-in who is going to do that when the licence is on tenterhooks at best.... I will never be investing in anywhere near east africa, come to that my share investing has taken such a knock I may kick it in the head for the foreseeable future.....
dreggspicker
11/4/2014
18:06
£3.1m market cap. Even if they lose 3A and 3B licenses, the other licenses are worth more than that. Plus the old Tunisia agreement and Witkop. Now looking well oversold, but they are not helping themselves with their Trappist monk communications. James Passin may own most of the company but surely he cares about the share price, it affects the value of his Firebird fund for one thing. A few pounds spent on an RNS, even if it does not say much, would bring us more up to date than keep re-reading Februarys news.
dropside
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