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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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% 1.05 1.00 1.10 1.05 1.05 1.05 370,242 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.4 6.7 -83.0 - 3

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18/9/2020
19:47
Andrea Cattaneo is doing some work ...does the guy even sleep .. tunisa one day , congo next and now nigeria if any body deserves a bonus its this guy... a large oil company would'nt be this busy let alone a 4m market cap company.
ruedolf
18/9/2020
13:28
Zengas, Thanks, a fairly positive picture of oil in Tunisia painted there then, it looks the perfect place for ZEN to invest.....
andy
18/9/2020
09:59
Zenith mention today. 18-9-20 AEI New energy minister Salwa Sghaier takes charge of a sector in ruins The majors present in Tunisia, already struggling to contend with Covid-19, could leave the country altogether because of the highly volatile social situation there. New energy and mines minister Salwa Sghaier is taking up her post at a time of tension in the Tunisian oil sector. New prime minister Hichem Mechichi talked to a considerable number of people in his efforts to find a new energy and mines minister but was met with a lot of refusals, including by former energy ministers. Salwa Sghaier, who was finally appointed to the post in early September, takes up her duties with the oil exploration and production sector in a total impasse. Sghaier, who was previously chairwoman and chief executive of Société Tunisienne des Industries de Raffinage (STIR), is faced with a steady rundown in the country's oil production, which has slumped from nearly 80,000 bpd in 2010 to barely 35,000 bpd in 2019. In addition, protest movements in southern Tunisia, including one which bears the name of the village of Kamour, have been preventing several companies from moving their production in the normal way because of a pipeline closure. ENI, which operates the El Borma and Adam fields, and OMV have both been affected. The situation is preventing the oil from being transported northwards to Bizerte, where the crude oil is normally refined at STIR or exported. Oil company exit According to our sources, Anglo-Dutch major Shell is preparing to leave. The only thing holding it back is the hundreds of millions of dollars owed it by national electricity company STEG, making a sale impossible. As for the other major still active in the country, Italy's ENI, since the Tunisian government prevented it from selling its blocks to oil junior Trident Energy in 2018, it has virtually ceased investing in the country despite its promises to the contrary. Repsol, which had been exploring on three blocks, left in 2018 (Africa Intelligence, 27/11/18). Austria's OMV has heavily disengaged in recent years following the sales of its TPS field to Panoro Energy and its Ashtart field to Perenco. Anadarko, Lundin Petroleum and PA Resources have already left. Kuwaiti company Kufpec is also looking to leave through the cut-price sale of its stake in the Sidi El Kilani field to Italian businessman Andrea Cattaneo's Zenith Energy.
zengas
18/9/2020
08:46
Another example of the attitude cattaneo has to his workforce when he has no further need of them.. Thanks for highlighting that article sea7.
grannyboy
18/9/2020
08:28
BG. The Tunisia deal is still waiting the approval of the Tunisian authority. From last RNS. "Completion of the SPA is conditional on approval being granted by the Comité Consultatif des Hydrocarbures ("CCH") of the Republic of Tunisia in respect of the transfer of the Seller's right, title and interest in and under the SLK Concession to Zenith Netherlands ("Completion")." And "The Company is expecting regulatory approval from the CCH in relation to the Tunisian Acquisition from KUFPEC in due course." So still waiting for final approval. Nothing is ever as it seems with ZEN. These fields were at 20k production once upon a time, now at 700 bopd. Sounds like AZ the biggest onshore field in Azerbaijan.. remember that one..642 M2..rolled off his tongue every interview. Just saying. If when the 2019 results come out and AC has not paid himself exuberant bonuses like in 2018 results for a loss making, Share price descending company, I will never post on a Zen blog again. I give you my word on that. So it is all down to ACs 2019 bonuses..no pressure AC..lol
muddy_40
18/9/2020
08:11
What's happened to those Arabs buying shares at 2.5p?
grannyboy
18/9/2020
08:11
BAd G, "is progressing in negotiations" "has also entered into negotiations" --- That doesn't sound like "funding sorted" to me.
andy
18/9/2020
08:03
So tunisia hasn't happened. lol mudstud you do post some nonsense here and on lse.
bad gateway
18/9/2020
07:56
This is more what I meant by funding sorted first andy.. "Non-equity development funding The Company can confirm that it is progressing in negotiations, first announced to the market on March 2, 2020, with an international oil major in order to provide funding for Zenith's development objectives in Africa in the form of an offtake agreement. Further, the Company has also entered into negotiations with two pan-African financial institutions for a loan facility that will be used to fund the acquisition and development of Zenith's growing portfolio in West Africa." Seems a reasonable comment given the newsflow on the licence.
bad gateway
18/9/2020
07:36
And what are you actually correcting that I've stated is incorrect??? Six months to go through the licensing process, then there is all the permits etc, two years at the earliest !!
grannyboy
18/9/2020
07:35
Bad G, "we have already received positive indications" --- Is that what you call "funding sorted"?
andy
18/9/2020
07:34
Is it just the prep for the upcoming dilution?
piperinger
18/9/2020
07:24
If it didn't have funding I'd agree with you muddy but its always the funding holds these smallcaps up. No trades- no doubt no one can believe zens showing signs of starting to have positive newsflow, getting their eyes checked first.
bad gateway
18/9/2020
07:19
That will drag it out a good couple of years..I wonder how much bonuses he will manage to claim in that time. Is it still in auction after that ground breaking news..I don't see any buys yet..;-))
muddy_40
18/9/2020
07:10
Winning the national lottery is appealing .. You have just admitted yourself that it will take 6 months for the licence process, they have then to get all the permits, etc, planning, contract a rig, etc, yes etc.. What did I state that was.incorrect?
grannyboy
18/9/2020
06:56
He hasn't granny you're getting confused with your RBD no doubt.. From the original RNS.. you know the one the bears said nothing would come of.. "Among the 57 Marginal Fields included in the 2020 Bid Round, there are specific assets which are particularly appealing to Zenith, especially on account of their compatibility with our development objectives. Indeed, the near-term production potential of certain assets is expected to facilitate the achievement of financing agreements to support our expansion. We expect the potential award of a Marginal Field, following the 2020 Bid Round process, to happen within 6 months of bid submission."
bad gateway
18/9/2020
06:51
They havn't got an asset, they have applied for a licence, and how cattaneo has the audacity to claim "near term" is beyond belief, it will be years before any drilling is done, that's IF they get the licence.. And what's this about zen having the 'technical nounce LOL!!
grannyboy
18/9/2020
06:43
I think you lot will still be here in 5 years. Good news on Nigeria today, another asset proceeding and finance sorted first.. Andrea Cattaneo, Chief Executive Officer, commented: " The Bid Round represents a very rare opportunity for Zenith to acquire a large, underdeveloped, near-term production asset in Nigeria. Indeed, the last opportunity of this kind was in 2003. We have worked closely with our Nigerian partner to complete the necessary commercial and technical analysis required for submission of our Bid and in selecting the most compatible asset. In the event our Bid is accepted, we have already received positive indications from a number of pan-African financial institutions regarding obtaining the necessary financing to develop the asset and achieving commercial production. I look forward to updating the market in due course regarding this opportunity."
bad gateway
17/9/2020
14:08
Granny Do you think it will be here in 5 years, I don't
fatfish
17/9/2020
10:31
That guy is what you’re investing in folks. Good luck
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