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Vane Minerals LSE:VML London Ordinary Share GB00B013M672 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.425 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 5.8 0.1 -0.1 - 2

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06/8/2013
18:42
Interesting read on the subjecthttp://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-04-24/world/38773548_1_gas-production-greenhouse-gas-russian-gas
kooba
06/8/2013
16:54
But yet again, if you get pass the environmental issues Germany is the perfect market. With the nuclear shutting down(?) they have to get their energy from somewhere just like Richgit says. A large part of the households in Germany is running on gas. Many have even small poweplants in the celler that direves electricity from the gas and sell it into the common eletricity net. Now they are dependant on the gas from Putin and their own dirty browncoal. Not a pleasant situation. Polish shale gas have come a long way already and I know that the germans keeps a close eye on that.
kiruna
06/8/2013
13:18
Silver Operations not Gold. Look 6 months ago this was a self funded little NR stock, that had over £1m in the bank and prospects were ok with a rising LV price. SLV is down at $19, Vane can still turn a profit but 50% less than before, but the whole operation is worth more than current mk cap. Thing is, to suddenly go into German Shale Gas is like BP closing down its oil fields and doing space research and launching rockets (using Chinese Monkeys to fly the rockets!)
kiwimonk
06/8/2013
12:24
http://www.isdx.com/forcompanies/ourcompanies/companydetail/default.aspx?securityid=19094
knowing
06/8/2013
11:05
I meant to add. If VML are eventually looked upon as a Company that at least has cash for some time (with any more welcome) then perception could change hugely, or at least keep the naysaying vultures away with their agendas of tiny Spreadbet shorts. Any improving events with Gold, and the possible unfolding story eventually in Germany, would make this a stock to at least hold - or buy. I daresay some revelations will come to the fore,as to why the attraction to Germany, as obviously they cannot be intending to just throw the money away.
richgit
06/8/2013
10:55
I would not be surprised if they sell their gold operations in mexico to thier partner. It's the one thing that has some value.
gazza102
06/8/2013
10:42
A surprising choice of Germany, yet they must have their reasons. Personally I think German Politicians spiel the same claptrap as all the other incompetents running the World I reckon they will do a total U-turn on Nuclear when they realise they wont be able to Guarantee that percentage of power source for their industry The Green days promoted through illusion of endless wealth in Euroland will hit Germany like everyone, as that illusion is finished for 10 years or more,and we all note-the Greens do not like to freeze, or campaign in the dark. We will all be fracking,or whatever it takes to source our Oil & Gas etc. Beyond that it is Business as usual at VML, so those that believe the same Gold story is unfolding in total replication to every event and Media word, that took place 13 Years ago ("Gold is finished") may consider that at some point in time to come the next event will be totally inevitable. That of course was years of Gold rising in price. It may not happen in August, yet in the months to come the signs will be there. The classic 13 year event,is Gold was smashed in replication to the point the Majors cannot mine at profit, close Marginal Mines, and reduce production.!!! That is all going to backfire against the Gold Manipulators (The Fed & the distressed Bullion Banks)far more than it did 13 years ago,as this time the Gold has truly and literally - Gone east,plus even the Gold the US Owes to Germany and possibly- technically- every ounce sat in Fort Knox . Hopefully ,the Business as usual, with their Gold operation will see better times if they can just keep it ticking over until then-and maybe some cash input from the Uranium. Just my thoughts as I watch events here,as sleepy August unfolds.
richgit
06/8/2013
10:03
I think I lot of people will be looking to exit if the opportunity presents itself. However if it does there will have to be a good reason for it and than we might think it worth staying in. I guess that's the name of the game.
gazza102
06/8/2013
08:55
Well this certainly isn't the uranium explorer I invested in 6 years ago. This certainly isn't the copper play I bought additional shares in some two years ago. Somewhere along the lines it was meant to be self funding with silver and gold production from its mill in Mexico. I still have no idea if this company has any money left over for exploration after mil costs, mining costs and company salaries and overheads. I do know I have had my shareholdings diluted four times now. The company produced a maiden profit last September, but that is long forgotten now. Someone has taken over the company by the back door, and lo and behold they now are looking for shale gas in Germany. Shale gas exploration is very expensive so I hope they have enough money to do that without yet another dilution. For a moment, I thought they had turned the corner last year with the decent interims and a CEO who seemed on the ball. This is a completely new entity now, and resembles little of the original company. I don't have any faith they know what they are doing going forward, and I will be looking for a suitable exit if the opportunity presents itself. The odds of further dilution and reverse split is certainly in the forefront of my mind. Their track record is one of not doing what they say they are going to do, and I see little evidence to the contrary that would change my opinion.
martin c-j
06/8/2013
08:49
I really hope they have something in the ground with this one!!!!!!
gazza102
06/8/2013
08:36
Germany? Why Germany. My wife comes from Germany and I speak german. I watch german television all the time since it´s better then the swedish. If you think that USA has a strong environmental movement you should try Germany. They are not shutting down their nuclear facilities for nothing. I really hope they have something up their sleeves with this one.
kiruna
06/8/2013
07:49
Why would you say that? interested to know
gazza102
06/8/2013
03:40
when i think of a hot area to invest in, German Shale Gas always springs to mind lmao fantastic
kiwimonk
05/8/2013
15:54
Some bad feeling with share holders!
thinking
05/8/2013
15:46
Some bad luck. Some bad management.
gazza102
05/8/2013
14:42
josephrobert At that time it was Uranium fever, they had over 100 U claims, drilling had began, and U prices were going sky high. Also all this drilling was supposed to be funded by gold/silver from diablito. Well not long after reaching 30p+ The first drill results happened The U price collapsed The yanks decided to get all environmental and took out many of Vanes claims and eventually diablito was a loss leader
katsy
05/8/2013
12:58
What was vane made up of when it was over 30p, because it sure wasn't all reserves. I would have thought any licence in the USA would be hard to get, if not impossible, for the equivalent paid for the licences in Germany.Maybe, just maybe, they get it right this time, mania in shalegas, some traction/ transparency, would it take much to get back to 1p? From there on it has to deliver. They got the shareprice up in 07 in multiples of its pre high lowest point, why shouldn't markets help them once more?It's not like the sector is likely to go down for another two years...By the time we see any progress, the shareprice would have moved on. It's clearly speculative, but the rewards will be generous if they get it right, either by accident or design.
josephrobert
05/8/2013
10:32
Kooba - if you are interested in rare earths, you could have a look at GWG (Great Western Minerals Group). They have the advantage of having processing facilities. Mind you, I would be careful of listening to anything I say as GWG have plunged over the last 2 years. I am also the proud owner of some increasingly valueless Forte shares - oh and Vane of course! On the subject of Vane I am baffled as to what has happened here. I would love to have had some feedback on their USA copper prospects. But instead I woke up this morning and discovered I have become involved in German shale gas! However I did enjoy seeing Vane (briefly) as the highest riser early this morning, so maybe Vane will one day make us our fortunes. I am so badly underwater on these I have decided to wait and just see what happens and hopefully enjoy the ride. I reckon there is a marginally better chance of seeing a return on my money here than if I took the remaining cash out and put it into premium bonds.
veldt
05/8/2013
09:42
Trying to find a small rare earth play that made anyone any money.....struggling.Forte energy uranium and rare earths 95% down and rescue funding...get in there.
kooba
05/8/2013
08:49
'shale' is the new 'rare earths'!! Monster fund-raising anybody??
2magpies
05/8/2013
08:42
They obviously think they are ahead of the game....bet nobody else has ever looked at this !!!
kooba
05/8/2013
08:27
Why does this Company insist on wasting money on acquiring far more licences than they're ever financially able to exploit? This has gone on for years, continually wasting valuable capital.
spaceparallax
05/8/2013
08:25
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-02-26/germany-agrees-on-regulation-to-permit-fracking-for-shale-gas.htmlStill got the green lobby and the all important brewing industry lobby to get through...not sure things will move that quickly in this industry in Germany however much the govt would like to gain some energy security.
kooba
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