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Zenith Energy Ltd. LSE:ZEN London Ordinary Share CA98936C1068 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.875 0.85 0.90 0.875 0.875 0.88 310,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 5.0 0.0 0.2 4.7 16

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17/8/2020
07:39
Haven't dismissed the fact zen can screw up anything but congo was in a state of emergency still on 18th july. why should zen have had access then?
Note it doesn't state snpc had "access" either just its "under the responsibility of"

from your same source..

"Some schoolchildren and students returned to school on Monday in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, after the end of the COVID 19-related state of emergency.

The conclusion of the emergency period was announced on July 21 and the partial resumption of classes was then scheduled for Monday August 10, in an attempt to complete the 2019-2020 school year.

The restart of the school year only applies to children in the last years of primary and secondary school, as well as students in the fifth year at the university."

The choosing of july 18 as a date point begins too look a bit sus imo.

bad gateway
17/8/2020
06:50
oops!a little wind squeezes out....
purple11
17/8/2020
06:46
bg you could always subscribe instaed of shooting the messenger. They report the news as they understand it.

They say 'Since 18 July, Zenith Energy has not had access to the production site, which is now under the responsibility of SONAREP, the production subsidiary of Société Nationale des Pétroles du Congo (SNPC) run by Cyriaque Etroubeka.'

On the 20/7/20 there was an RNS saying 'Anglo African Oil & Gas Congo S.A.U ("AAOG Congo"), continues to operate the Tilapia oilfield on an interim basis following the implementation of a "Plan for the Continuation of Activities" ("PCA") agreed with the national oil authorities.'

Then on 10/8/20 they said by RNS they had returned operatorship to the government.

zengas
13/8/2020
15:17
It's due to the placing shares dropping his percentage.
garymegson
13/8/2020
14:29
I see a major fund/share holder off loading, who can blame him, I wouldn't like to be holding that many. wouldn't invest with that company if ZEN is who they invest in.

Actually if he is shorting he's probably made a fortune now there's a thought

fatfish
13/8/2020
11:12
sahina,


Why not ring your broker and ask them?

There was a buy at around 11.50 am so there is a recent trade there, maybe your limit is too tight?

andy
13/8/2020
09:28
Can not place any trade online.on halifax share dealing for zenith.anyone knows why?
sahina123
11/8/2020
19:52
Hitting upside resistance. A bearish signal sadly.
pretax2
11/8/2020
12:27
Good point grannyboy, They've got to close some of these deals and allow the consortium to put a member on the board so not a slam dunk at all.
"If" they do close them just hope the member has some good oil skills zen'll need them!

bad gateway
11/8/2020
12:20
Going by the posts on lse, giving the impression that the investment of $2mill, ie shares purchased at 2.5p by an Arab consortium is nailed on... IT IS NOT, but is reliant on a number of deals happening and completing .. There is a possibility that the negotiations on Talapia could take months!!

So this Arab consortium investment could come to naught.

grannyboy
11/8/2020
12:14
The piece was released on the 6th andy just taken a while for peeps to find it.

Can see why you come across as so stroppy aaogplc. AC really did a no. on you getting the congo so cheap..

"Cattaneo saw Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG) was having problems and needed to unload the under-performing Tilapia field on the Congo-Brazzaville coast.

“We pushed a deal last Christmas to acquire 80% of AAOG Congo for a couple of million dollars — and then the Covid 19 crisis broke, enabling us to pick up 100% for $200,000” he says."

bad gateway
11/8/2020
12:03
You are one of the few!!!!
aaogplc
11/8/2020
12:01
aa,


I wasn't, it's a convenient time for that to be released, so I guessed as much.

andy
11/8/2020
11:57
This is a scripted press release from Zenith, not an independent interview. Do not be fooled.
aaogplc
11/8/2020
11:20
upstream have done an article on AC that's quite positive, listing some of the plans going forward. At the risk of goading the bears future looks a little brighter than the past.

hTTps://www.upstreamonline.com/politics/profile-zeniths-cattaneo-banking-on-a-great-future-in-african-oil-and-gas/2-1-851105

bad gateway
11/8/2020
10:59
Looks like TW has failed. Is he about to produce a new article that is pro Zenith?
garymegson
10/8/2020
20:15
Lots of rhetoric gossip. very short on actual facts.
aaogplc
10/8/2020
20:06
the clowns was the aaog management spending 25 m on a drill with no gaurantees that the license will be renewed.

The congo government must be laughing their socks off getting aaog to drill a well to test the deeps and then reclaim the licence when it expires more likely award the field to one of their own or auction off to the highest bidder.at least ac had the street smarts not to spend a dime on the field while they had control for a few months until license renewed , pity aaog couldn't do the same.

Was ac foolish to bid 200k for the field from aaog ...i don't think so ..ac is pulling out all the stops to rescue something from the aaog mess .Setting up the manufacturing plant for the ppe in the congo was a stroke of genius putting pressure on the congo government to award something to zen for the sake of jobs in congo who knows what dipolmacy ac is pulling behind the sceens .

the downside is zen will loose 200k plus alot of ac time but plenty of potential upside for one he has a good chance of getting some if not all the 5 plus million owed ...secondly zen is still in with a reasonable chance of getting awarded the license probably less than a 50:50 chance... if they don't get tilapia they could get a second field in consolation... plenty of horse trading to be done yet and no better man than ac to do a deal.

so who's to blame for the tilapia mess i'd say 50% aaog management for being so gullible but I also lay alot of the blame 50% on the congo government for misleading aaog managment with false promises of license renewal ... i suppose from a zen point of view .. is it worth doing any business in congo when the government treated aaog so shoddy.

ruedolf
10/8/2020
18:51
Another clown who knows nothing
aaogplc
10/8/2020
18:28
It says more about the management in aaog than zenith spending 25m on a drill and the lisence running out of time no money should have being spent until licensed renewed.
ruedolf
10/8/2020
17:20
"Paranoia is a terrible affliction!!!???"

Hahaha, yes it's certainly getting to a few of the believers ..

grannyboy
10/8/2020
17:15
Andy yes they sent me a warning and have deleted a few some going back to march .. It does'nt detract from the fact how badly this company is run .. And there's more then one way to skin a cat!!
grannyboy
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