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Velocity Composites Plc LSE:VEL London Ordinary Share GB00BF339H01 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 24.00 22.00 26.00 24.00 24.00 24.00 0.00 08:00:00
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Aerospace & Defence 13.6 -3.2 -8.0 - 9

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/1/2014
19:34
Agreed its high time we had some news. Everything is a riddle and the market is reflecting this.
dropside
07/1/2014
19:07
You are not wrong there pisces, we need news about everything & anything right now, it is time we got proper drilling..........
dreggspicker
07/1/2014
18:50
oh dear another resistant point broken,not looking good!
pisces4
31/12/2013
16:30
Don't think that is Jeff the tortoise anymore :-) I wish shareholders a good night into the New Year and the New Year brings health and happiness - and we strike oil!
dropside
31/12/2013
15:51
Here's hoping we get a move on in the new year, also lets all hope the last of the Canadian tax year folk have finished, not many hours to go now.................. so, I wish everyone a ;;;;;;;
dreggspicker
25/12/2013
19:21
Well old Jeff has enjoyed the day..........
dreggspicker
24/12/2013
16:47
Yep, you know you can come up anytime drops............ Believe me ...... it all tastes gooooood.... hic..
dreggspicker
24/12/2013
16:37
You going to need help with that dreggs? :-)) Wishing all Vanoil shareholders a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year!
dropside
24/12/2013
16:24
Merry Xmas everyone !!!! As you can see I will be having a big one......... Lets look forward to next year!!! Dreggs & Family
dreggspicker
10/12/2013
19:47
another down day, time we had some news, too many Canadians selling at a loss for their tax year......
dreggspicker
06/12/2013
17:20
Just bought some more at 11.5p So cheap for everything you are getting IMHO.
dropside
30/11/2013
13:20
I do hope so drops, the lack of news is getting boring - even for little old me......
dreggspicker
30/11/2013
11:44
The Africa Oil operated Bahasi-1 well in the Block 9 is currently drilling as planned with results expected by the end of December. hxxp://africaoilcorp.mwnewsroom.com/press-releases/africa-oil-announces-fifth-consecutive-major-oil-discovery-in-kenya-tsx-venture-aoi-201311220913296001 - The adjacent block to the north west of our 3A. This will be good for us if it hits oil. Wonder if we plan to use the same rig when AOI have finished with it?
dropside
22/11/2013
13:31
quite far to the west of teh country from where we are but at least we know there is stuff in the ground!
napoleon111
22/11/2013
13:30
Tullow Oil has made another significant discovery in Kenya. The company made an onshore discovery of 100 metres of net oil pay at the Agete-1 exploration well in Block 13T The discovery was made at a wildcat well which is part of a much biggest exploration campaing. Shares in Tullow gained over 2pc today as a result of the find. "A fifth consecutive oil discovery onshore Northern Kenya highlights the emerging world class exploration and production potential within our rift basin acreage," exploration director Angus McCoss said. The Agete discovery is on-trend with prior finds at- Twiga South, Ekales, and Ngami, the company added. Tullow is planing to conduct flow testing when logging is completed. "An intensive campaign for 2014 includes appraisal and exploration within this first basin and pioneering wells targeting the prospectivity throughout the entire chain of similar rift basins," McCoss adds. Tullow owns 50pc of the venture with Africa Oil.
napoleon111
22/11/2013
10:59
They might move the warrants to a later time, but then a hell of a lot can happen between now and march.....
dreggspicker
22/11/2013
09:29
It could just be the band wagon effect though. 'Someone must know something' and all that.
dropside
22/11/2013
09:24
Selling looks bitty for a single seller, dreggs, could be friends and family though..
dropside
21/11/2013
22:02
Big shame there is a seller at the moment, but you can bet James Passin and Sam Malin are not the seller............
dreggspicker
16/11/2013
10:56
Could be on both counts, drops, also Sam Malin is not stupid, we are still in good hands, he will do what is right I am sure.........
dreggspicker
16/11/2013
10:32
That may explain why Aaron has been so hard to get hold of of late. I wish him all the best and hope he gets well soon. James Passin says a few good words about Vanoil, not that you would expect him to say it is rubbish, but he is particularly upbeat in his choice of words. I think this is also the first official confirmation of the farm-out process?
dropside
15/11/2013
21:44
Aaron D'Este has resigned due to ill health, Sam Malin has taken over......... "Vanoil Announces Executive Change Print Alert Vanoil Energy Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:VEL) ("Vanoil" or the "Company"), a Vancouver-based Canadian international oil and gas development company, announces that Aaron D'Este has elected to stand down as President, CEO and Director due to health restrictions. Aaron joined Vanoil in September 2012 and led the Company through a period of rapid growth. Under Aaron's leadership, Vanoil processed its 3D seismic survey, launched a farm out process and commenced drilling operations on Block 3 in Kenya. During this period, Vanoil also acquired Avana Petroleum Limited ("Avana") and Fluormin plc, which doubled the Company's asset portfolio and provided the capital to underpin Vanoil's current operations. Major progress was achieved under Aaron's leadership and the Vanoil team wishes Aaron a speedy recovery and a successful future. The Company is pleased to announce that Sam Malin, currently a non-executive director, has agreed to become President and CEO. This provides a seamless transition for the Company as Sam has an excellent understanding of Vanoil's assets. Moreover, as founder and CEO of Avana, Sam was directly responsible for the Company's involvement in two key assets - the highly prospective Kenyan L9 offshore block with partners Ophir Energy plc and FAR Limited and Seychelles' Exploration Areas A and B with partner Afren plc. Sam's previous experience includes the founding of Madagascar Oil Limited ("Madagascar Oil") and Red Island Minerals Ltd. ("Red Island") which featured the development of multi billion barrel heavy oil fields and a major coal field respectively. As founder and CEO, Sam created significant value in both companies. He built Madagascar Oil from inception to a value in excess of $1 billion by late 2006. As Red Island's Chairman, he concluded a comprehensive survey of the Sakoa coal field resulting in a sale to Thailand's PTT Asia Pacific Mining Pty for nearly $100 million dollars. Sam holds a BSc (Hons) in Geological Engineering from Queens University in Canada and completed graduate studies in England at the University of Cambridge. His prior experience includes advisory positions for the European Commission as well as positions with Standard & Poor's, Arthur D. Little and Dome Petroleum Limited. He is fluent in French and conversant in several other languages. James Passin, Vanoil's chairman stated, "The Company is extremely fortunate that Sam has agreed to become its new CEO. Sam was the CEO of Avana prior to its acquisition by Vanoil earlier this year, with a proven ability in building a successful East African focused oil exploration company. I look forward to working with Sam in the ongoing development of Vanoil's highly prospective exploration portfolio. The Company's ongoing drilling and exploration programs will position Vanoil as an attractive platform for value growth and strategic investment. We thank Aaron for his efforts on behalf of the Company and wish him a rapid return to good health."
dreggspicker
13/11/2013
14:07
thanks Napoleon, that from Tullow is good news, despite their site being ransacked, there is now a agreement, should be also good for little old us ...........
dreggspicker
13/11/2013
09:38
13 NOVEMBER 2013 Tullow Oil confirmed today it had restarted operations in northern Kenya after reaching an agreement with local leaders to prevent a repeat of protests that halted work last month. The government said protesters ransacked one site, which Tullow works on with parter Africa Oil. In a trading statement, Tullow also gave an update on a number of key wells. The company said it would increase production by the equivalent of 200 million barrels of oil by the end of 2013. Its capital expenditure targets for 2013 remains in the region of $2bn, adding that as of 11 November 2013, its net debt stood at $1.8bn. It said a result on its Tultule 1 well in Ethiopia was expected by the end of November, and that its Fregate well in Mauritania would reach total depth in December. In French Guiana, Tullow said its Zaedyus-1 has reached total depth and evaluation of the well was ongoing.
napoleon111
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