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01/10/2016
09:20
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23/10/2014
16:50
nickderby: Reesy, you will get one Art share for each VST share you currently own. It is the same Company but with a name change and a new business model! Further shares were issued making the issued share capital around 60.8m Therefore market cap is around £13m. Good luck!
22/10/2014
14:58
nickderby: Don't knock it, the technology looks good and the share price keeps going up! :)
22/8/2012
17:30
panagos: anyone else getting the feeling that it's getting ready to explode....? (bear in mind that i have been watching vst share price on a daily basis since summer09)
31/1/2012
23:36
roily: I was searching for a copy of the original RGO presentation that I saved(unsuccessful so far)and I came across this old Zengas post that that I also saved, I hope he doesn't mind. Ah the good old days of hope. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ZENGAS - 21 Aug'10 - 11:54 - 6657 of 6686 Worth studying and re-reading a few times to get the jist of where we are/where we could go and look at comparisons here with GKP. Because the Vast share price is where it is, it has (like GKP previously) no bearing on what could happen in the next few weeks. One only has to look at GKPs news releases relative to its share price to see that Vast is no different. News one way or the other imo is only a matter of weeks away that could change Vasts whole dimension/strategy/value/future. The main positive for me is that they believe they may have encountered an 'unexpected' light oil reservoir. Vast currently 206m shares diluted at 69c = $142m cdn. (XE.com $1 cdn = 61.46p) = £87m m/cap fully diluted. If warrants exercised - would bring in a further $7.15m/£4.4m. If warrants NOT exercised then m/cap currently = £81m. =========================================== When GKP started drilling Shaikan - they also needed funding as they continued drilling Shaikan. Vast have enough funds to complete Qara Dagh ('if' no delays/mishaps) but are also widely reported to be possibly looking to raise additional funds including potentially acquiring further block interests. -------------------------------------------- GKP spudded Shaikan on 27/4/2009 (369m shares and low/high that day was 14.65p - 16.25p = m/cap £60m using 16.25p s/p). Vast spudded Qara Dagh 12/5/2010. S/P 76c - 83c. --------------------------------------------- GKP on 24/6/2009 finds tar and dead oil - then encountered lighter live oil shows below 1350mts. Share price trades in range of 12.5p - 14p (still below price at spud). Vast on 14/6/2010 announces encouraging signs of hydrocarbons in the well bore. Share price in range 66c - 69c. Vast on 15/7/2010 announces potential light oil reservoir encountered with free light oil !!! Share price in range 75c - 82c. ----------------------------------------------- GKP on 20/7/2009 announces Etamic as partner and acquire interests in 2 additional blocks. Share price trades in range 10.25p - 13p but various smaller placings/seda drawdowns has increased their shares to 402m shares leaving the m/cap at approx £52m and still less than the value at spud and again after encountering live oil over a month previous. GKP on 3/8/2009 announces placing at 9p issuing 75.6m new shares = 478.5m total shares. Share price trades in range 11p - 13.25p = m/cap of £63.5m (13.25p). At this point it should be noted that GKP still needed significant further funds after this placing. ----------------------------------------------- GKP on 6/8/2009 announces significant oil discovery. Preliminary tests indicate 5k - 8k bopd of 21-22 API oil in 60m interval (ie 1450m - 1510m Sargelu). Oil in place estimate is put at 300 - 500 mmbo. Share price ranges from 18.5p - 31p and m/cap at 31p of £148.5m. The following day 7/8/2009 share price ranges from 25.75p - 34.5p and m/cap at 34.5p of £165m. 14 days later on 20/8/2009 share price ranges from 39p - 50.75p and m/cap at 50.75p = £242m - which is 3 times Vasts current value. ---------------------------------------------- GKP on 25/8/2009 announces update at 1710mts and believed to have same reservoir. Oil in place Potential now put at in excess of 1.5 billion bls. Share price trades in range 75p - 109p and m/cap at 109p = £521m - over 6 times Vasts current value. Some points to remember up to the announcement of GKPs 1.5 billion bl in place discovery - GKPs original shares had increased by 30% dilution since Shaikan spud. It also farmed out to Etamic which reduced it's net interest in Shaikan to 25.5% (Irrespective of the other as yet undrilled block interests. The complete exit from Algeria at a loss also impacted). Vast at the moment - 1) has encountered a potential light oil reservoir (exact size not stated - ie METRES). 2) Free light oil encountered. 3) 2 and 3 are above all main targets - ie unexpected !! 4) Sufficient drilling funds for well bar unforseen delays. 5) Calver asset sale status last month - funds ? (owned by Vast). 6) Market cap undiluted = £81m. 7) Market cap diluted = £87m (but would give additional funds of $7.15m/£4.4m). 8) Current shares = 206m fully diluted. 9) Placing at 65-70c - perhaps raise $25m (possibly 15% dilution to 240m shares total ?) 10) GKP added £460m additional m/cap including dilution based then on 25.5% net share of stated 1.5b boip discovery at 25/8/2009). 11) Vast at 37% share and estimates of OIP are 2.7 billion mid to 4.9 billion high side. Based on GKPs 'INITIAL' performance last year (25.5% block share/funding issues etc) compared to Vasts current position - Vast could potentially multiply to a similar degree if successful - ie perhaps a target of $3.50/share using the above parameters/dilution comparison - ie using 240m shares for Vast x $3.50 = $840m and $1cdn = 61.46p = m/cap of £516m. GKP at 25/8/2009 went to £521m m/cap at 109p per share (post dilution) on the basis of 25.5% net at that time and the OIP estimate put at in excess of 1.5 billion bls oil in place. There are many similarities with Vast/GKP re drilling news/oil shows etc/funding. Vast are at a crucial point with Qara Dagh and just above at least 3 potential targets with a potential light oil reservoir already encountered with free light oil. Estimates are for 2.7 - 4.9 billion bls in place but these are initial estimates and like GKP at the time - greatly unknown and hence the unexpected 'potential' light oil reservoir to date in Qara Dagh which imo won't have factored in those estimates (if tested/proven) ! Those estimates of 2.7 mid - 4.9 billion bls OIP high side allow leeway for 1.5 billion bls to be feasible imo should all zones not find oil or be part gas. If Vast do go on to make a decent discovery here soon at Qara Dagh - it will pave the way for the Longford merger/takeover which would put the 40% Chia Surkh field discovery of 4950 bopd Tertiary light oil on Vasts books. Potential is for over 6 billion bls high side from the Tertiary alone - plus further Cretaceous and deeper potential along with 5 further analogous prospects on the Chia Surkh block. While Longford only have the capital for current seismic and are extremely cheap, Vast could easily issue paper in payment - theoretically use $10m of their funds to spud a shallow producer well into the TERTIARY discovery as planned by December (4 months). In summary - if a discovery of 1 - 1.5 billion OIP made (37% share) potential for a 350c target exists (against current 69c and allowing for dilution). Greater/lesser OIP figures would greatly affect the share price either way imo. If LFD Chia Surkh interest is added to Vasts portfolio - with further success, the share price could potentially be at much greater multiples over the next few quarters. Again stressing - 'subject to success' and currently at a very crucial point for Vast which will have a bearing on its development/strategy/direction beyond Qara Dagh ! (GKP and VST are my only two main Kurdistan investments bar a small holding in LFD. Imo GKP is shaping up to have a second and new phase of potential exponential growth and i added more there during the past week).
20/10/2011
20:09
beastly martion: Dorset This post from Stockhouse may explain why the placing was at 5 cents. Apparently a rule for the TSX. I am not an expert but it would explain the 5 cent price. http://www.stockhouse.com/Bullboards/MessageDetail.aspx?p=0&m=30281255&l=0&r=0&s=VST&t=LIST Lets not forget that VST cant issue any new shares under 5 cents. Its a rule for the TSX. The share price will have to be above that to issue any new shares to raise money for the drill program. F and M doesnt seem to have the confidence to put any money in this or LFD. So who knows whats in store for any shareholders. Maybe a reverse 10-1, get the price up to 30 cents or so, sell 30 million to raise the needed cash.......and then pee it away on another long drill program. Not impressed with any of the Forbes companies I have owned.........but LFD and VST are the worst. You have to think that when they were arranging this placing the share price was below 5c, and it only jumped up with a couple of million buys, which did not fill this placing. Usually placings take place under the current share price with a discount of 10 or 20% but not this time. So some person/company obviously wanted a chunk of which if $5m worth were bought on the open market the share price would had rocketed. So someone bought over the then share price at the time.
28/6/2011
20:51
panagos: about time vst share price overtakes wzr again?
06/6/2011
13:51
iainmac24: Breezy this is only the start of great things for the VST share price.
25/5/2011
14:31
cagey76: Thought I'd drag out one of Zengas posts from last year. ZENGAS - 21 Aug'10 - 11:54 - 6657 of 19747 (premium) Worth studying and re-reading a few times to get the jist of where we are/where we could go and look at comparrisons here with GKP. Because the Vast share price is where it is, it has (like GKP previously) no bearing on what could happen in the next few weeks. One only has to look at GKPs news releases relative to its share price to see that Vast is no different. News one way or the other imo is only a matter of weeks away that could change Vasts whole dimension/strategy/value/future. The main positive for me is that they beleive they may have encountered an 'unexpected' light oil reservoir. Vast currently 206m shares diluted at 69c = $142m cdn. (XE.com $1 cdn = 61.46p) = £87m m/cap fully diluted. If warrants excercised - would bring in a further $7.15m/£4.4m. If warrants NOT excercised then m/cap currently = £81m. =========================================== When GKP started drilling Shaikan - they also needed funding as they continued drilling Shaikan. Vast have enough funds to complete Qara Dagh ('if' no delays/mishaps) but are also widely reported to be possibly looking to raise additional funds including potentially acquiring further block interests. -------------------------------------------- GKP spudded Shaikan on 27/4/2009 (369m shares and low/high that day was 14.65p - 16.25p = m/cap £60m using 16.25p s/p). Vast spudded Qara Dagh 12/5/2010. S/P 76c - 83c. --------------------------------------------- GKP on 24/6/2009 finds tar and dead oil - then encountered lighter live oil shows below 1350mts. Share price trades in range of 12.5p - 14p (still below price at spud). Vast on 14/6/2010 announces encouraging signs of hydrocarbons in the well bore. Share price in range 66c - 69c. Vast on 15/7/2010 announces potential light oil reservoir encountered with free light oil !!! Share price in range 75c - 82c. ----------------------------------------------- GKP on 20/7/2009 announces Etamic as partner and acquire interests in 2 additional blocks. Share price trades in range 10.25p - 13p but various smaller placings/seda drawdowns has increased their shares to 402m shares leaving the m/cap at approx £52m and still less than the value at spud and again after encountering live oil over a month previous. GKP on 3/8/2009 announces placing at 9p issuing 75.6m new shares = 478.5m total shares. Share price trades in range 11p - 13.25p = m/cap of £63.5m (13.25p). At this point it should be noted that GKP still needed significant further funds after this placing. ----------------------------------------------- GKP on 6/8/2009 announces significant oil discovery. Preliminary tests indicate 5k - 8k bopd of 21-22 API oil in 60m interval (ie 1450m - 1510m Sargelu). Oil in place estimate is put at 300 - 500 mmbo. Share price ranges from 18.5p - 31p and m/cap at 31p of £148.5m. The following day 7/8/2009 share price ranges from 25.75p - 34.5p and m/cap at 34.5p of £165m. 14 days later on 20/8/2009 share price ranges from 39p - 50.75p and m/cap at 50.75p = £242m - which is 3 times Vasts current value. ---------------------------------------------- GKP on 25/8/2009 announces update at 1710mts and beleived to have same reservoir. Oil in place Potential now put at in excess of 1.5 billion bls. Share price trades in range 75p - 109p and m/cap at 109p = £521m - over 6 times Vasts current value. Some points to remember up to the announcement of GKPs 1.5 billion bl in place discovery - GKPs original shares had increased by 30% dilution since Shaikan spud. It also farmed out to Etamic which reduced it's net interest in Shaikan to 25.5% (Irrespective of the other as yet undrilled block interests. The complete exit from Algeria at a loss also impacted). Vast at the moment - 1) has encountered a potential light oil reservoir (exact size not stated - ie METRES). 2) Free light oil encountered. 3) 2 and 3 are above all main targets - ie unexpected !! 4) sufficient drilling funds for well bar unforseen delays. 5) Calver asset sale status last month - funds ? (owned by Vast). 6) Market cap undiluted = £81m. 7) Market cap diluted = £87m (but would give additional funds of $7.15m/£4.4m). 8) Current shares = 206m fully diluted. 9) Placing at 65-70c - perhaps raise $25m (possibly 15% dilution to 240m shares total ?) 10) GKP added £460m additional m/cap including dilution based then on 25.5% net share of stated 1.5b boip discovery at 25/8/2009). 11) Vast at 37% share and estimates of OIP are 2.7 billion mid to 4.9 billion high side. Based on GKPs 'INITIAL' performance last year (25.5% block share/funding issues etc) compared to Vasts current position - Vast could potentially multiply to a similar degree if successful - ie perhaps a target of $3.50/share using the above parameters/dilution comparrison - ie using 240m shares for Vast x $3.50 = $840m and $1cdn = 61.46p = m/cap of £516m. GKP at 25/8/2009 went to £521m m/cap at 109p per share (post dilution) on the basis of 25.5% net at that time and the OIP estimate put at in excess of 1.5 billion bls oil in place. There are many similarities with Vast/GKP re drilling news/oil shows etc/funding. Vast are at a crucial point with Qara Dagh and just above at least 3 potential targets with a potential light oil reservoir already encountered with free light oil. Estimates are for 2.7 - 4.9 billion bls in place but these are initial estimates and like GKP at the time - greatly unknown and hence the unexpected 'potential' light oil reservoir to date in Qara Dagh which imo won't have factored in those estimates (if tested/proven) ! Those estimates of 2.7 mid - 4.9 billion bls OIP high side allow leeway for 1.5 billion bls to be feasible imo should all zones not find oil or be part gas. If Vast do go on to make a decent discovery here soon at Qara Dagh - it will pave the way for the Longford merger/takeover which would put the 40% Chia Surkh field discovery of 4950 bopd Tertiary light oil on Vasts books. Potential is for over 6 billion bls high side from the Tertiary alone - plus further Cretaceous and deeper potential along with 5 further analogous prospects on the Chia Surkh block. While Longford only have the capital for current seismic and are extremely cheap, Vast could easily issue paper in payment - theorectically use $10m of their funds to spud a shallow producer well into the TERTIARY discoverey as planned by December (4 months). In summary - if a discovery of 1 - 1.5 billion OIP made (37% share) potential for a 350c target exists (against current 69c and allowing for dilution). Greater/lesser OIP figures would greatly affect the share price either way imo. If LFD Chia Surkh interest is added to Vasts portfolio - with further success, the share price could potentially be at much greater multiples over the next few quarters. Again stressing - 'subject to success' and currently at a very crucial point for Vast which will have a bearing on its development/strategy/direction beyond Qara Dagh ! (GKP and VST are my only two main Kurdistan investments bar a small holding in LFD. Imo GKP is shaping up to have a second and new phase of potential exponential growth and i added more there during the past week).
21/5/2011
14:58
grharrison: IainMac24 It is a fine question... and I hope that Dalesman will forgive me (his figures will be more accurate I am sure) I would be surprised if ....on your chosen parameters...and assuming 100% chance of success...the NAV did not come to more than £13 per share although I would be inclined to use a lower price per barrel... but I am being conservative As Bob points out...we know there is oil there... imo the issues are to do with completion and market forces... and it has to be said...the politics are not quite 'there' ...yet When my Wife asks me about VST share price...and she does!! I used to cough and splutter... now I just lie :) GL to all holders Regards GRH2-
06/4/2011
15:45
cagey76: and I was also thinking about an old post; ZENGAS - 21 Aug'10 - 11:54 - 6657 of 17199 (premium) Worth studying and re-reading a few times to get the jist of where we are/where we could go and look at comparrisons here with GKP. Because the Vast share price is where it is, it has (like GKP previously) no bearing on what could happen in the next few weeks. One only has to look at GKPs news releases relative to its share price to see that Vast is no different. News one way or the other imo is only a matter of weeks away that could change Vasts whole dimension/strategy/value/future. The main positive for me is that they beleive they may have encountered an 'unexpected' light oil reservoir. Vast currently 206m shares diluted at 69c = $142m cdn. (XE.com $1 cdn = 61.46p) = £87m m/cap fully diluted. If warrants excercised - would bring in a further $7.15m/£4.4m. If warrants NOT excercised then m/cap currently = £81m. =========================================== When GKP started drilling Shaikan - they also needed funding as they continued drilling Shaikan. Vast have enough funds to complete Qara Dagh ('if' no delays/mishaps) but are also widely reported to be possibly looking to raise additional funds including potentially acquiring further block interests. -------------------------------------------- GKP spudded Shaikan on 27/4/2009 (369m shares and low/high that day was 14.65p - 16.25p = m/cap £60m using 16.25p s/p). Vast spudded Qara Dagh 12/5/2010. S/P 76c - 83c. --------------------------------------------- GKP on 24/6/2009 finds tar and dead oil - then encountered lighter live oil shows below 1350mts. Share price trades in range of 12.5p - 14p (still below price at spud). Vast on 14/6/2010 announces encouraging signs of hydrocarbons in the well bore. Share price in range 66c - 69c. Vast on 15/7/2010 announces potential light oil reservoir encountered with free light oil !!! Share price in range 75c - 82c. ----------------------------------------------- GKP on 20/7/2009 announces Etamic as partner and acquire interests in 2 additional blocks. Share price trades in range 10.25p - 13p but various smaller placings/seda drawdowns has increased their shares to 402m shares leaving the m/cap at approx £52m and still less than the value at spud and again after encountering live oil over a month previous. GKP on 3/8/2009 announces placing at 9p issuing 75.6m new shares = 478.5m total shares. Share price trades in range 11p - 13.25p = m/cap of £63.5m (13.25p). At this point it should be noted that GKP still needed significant further funds after this placing. ----------------------------------------------- GKP on 6/8/2009 announces significant oil discovery. Preliminary tests indicate 5k - 8k bopd of 21-22 API oil in 60m interval (ie 1450m - 1510m Sargelu). Oil in place estimate is put at 300 - 500 mmbo. Share price ranges from 18.5p - 31p and m/cap at 31p of £148.5m. The following day 7/8/2009 share price ranges from 25.75p - 34.5p and m/cap at 34.5p of £165m. 14 days later on 20/8/2009 share price ranges from 39p - 50.75p and m/cap at 50.75p = £242m - which is 3 times Vasts current value. ---------------------------------------------- GKP on 25/8/2009 announces update at 1710mts and beleived to have same reservoir. Oil in place Potential now put at in excess of 1.5 billion bls. Share price trades in range 75p - 109p and m/cap at 109p = £521m - over 6 times Vasts current value. Some points to remember up to the announcement of GKPs 1.5 billion bl in place discovery - GKPs original shares had increased by 30% dilution since Shaikan spud. It also farmed out to Etamic which reduced it's net interest in Shaikan to 25.5% (Irrespective of the other as yet undrilled block interests. The complete exit from Algeria at a loss also impacted). Vast at the moment - 1) has encountered a potential light oil reservoir (exact size not stated - ie METRES). 2) Free light oil encountered. 3) 2 and 3 are above all main targets - ie unexpected !! 4) sufficient drilling funds for well bar unforseen delays. 5) Calver asset sale status last month - funds ? (owned by Vast). 6) Market cap undiluted = £81m. 7) Market cap diluted = £87m (but would give additional funds of $7.15m/£4.4m). 8) Current shares = 206m fully diluted. 9) Placing at 65-70c - perhaps raise $25m (possibly 15% dilution to 240m shares total ?) 10) GKP added £460m additional m/cap including dilution based then on 25.5% net share of stated 1.5b boip discovery at 25/8/2009). 11) Vast at 37% share and estimates of OIP are 2.7 billion mid to 4.9 billion high side. Based on GKPs 'INITIAL' performance last year (25.5% block share/funding issues etc) compared to Vasts current position - Vast could potentially multiply to a similar degree if successful - ie perhaps a target of $3.50/share using the above parameters/dilution comparrison - ie using 240m shares for Vast x $3.50 = $840m and $1cdn = 61.46p = m/cap of £516m. GKP at 25/8/2009 went to £521m m/cap at 109p per share (post dilution) on the basis of 25.5% net at that time and the OIP estimate put at in excess of 1.5 billion bls oil in place. There are many similarities with Vast/GKP re drilling news/oil shows etc/funding. Vast are at a crucial point with Qara Dagh and just above at least 3 potential targets with a potential light oil reservoir already encountered with free light oil. Estimates are for 2.7 - 4.9 billion bls in place but these are initial estimates and like GKP at the time - greatly unknown and hence the unexpected 'potential' light oil reservoir to date in Qara Dagh which imo won't have factored in those estimates (if tested/proven) ! Those estimates of 2.7 mid - 4.9 billion bls OIP high side allow leeway for 1.5 billion bls to be feasible imo should all zones not find oil or be part gas. If Vast do go on to make a decent discovery here soon at Qara Dagh - it will pave the way for the Longford merger/takeover which would put the 40% Chia Surkh field discovery of 4950 bopd Tertiary light oil on Vasts books. Potential is for over 6 billion bls high side from the Tertiary alone - plus further Cretaceous and deeper potential along with 5 further analogous prospects on the Chia Surkh block. While Longford only have the capital for current seismic and are extremely cheap, Vast could easily issue paper in payment - theorectically use $10m of their funds to spud a shallow producer well into the TERTIARY discoverey as planned by December (4 months). In summary - if a discovery of 1 - 1.5 billion OIP made (37% share) potential for a 350c target exists (against current 69c and allowing for dilution). Greater/lesser OIP figures would greatly affect the share price either way imo. If LFD Chia Surkh interest is added to Vasts portfolio - with further success, the share price could potentially be at much greater multiples over the next few quarters. Again stressing - 'subject to success' and currently at a very crucial point for Vast which will have a bearing on its development/strategy/direction beyond Qara Dagh ! (GKP and VST are my only two main Kurdistan investments bar a small holding in LFD. Imo GKP is shaping up to have a second and new phase of potential exponential growth and i added more there during the past week).
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