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Hmmm... is it only me who seems to sense a certainly linguistic similarity among the above three posters? Let's see: Antone, registered 5/12/11 Acerking, registered 11/1/12, has only commented on threads started by Antone and Charles Lambert Charles Lambert, registered 18/1/12, started this thread, only commenters are Antone and Acerking What a happy co-incidence that three recent new Stockopedes have such similar interests...

Hi PS13 Thank you for bringing this one up. Thought I'd have a look. Have to say I won't be buying. i) According to pp18-19 of the admission document you linked to, it's not a farm-out to Total, it's an "agreement to sell the Block 3 interest". No mention of any retained interest. The only thing that Sacoil is in line for are bonus payments…

Not sure if these are new, but p38 of the prospectus has this on initial flow rates from the SC wells. I can't immediately see anything on current flows: At the start of 2010, the Olympia Minerals-1 (“OM-1”) was spudded and drilled to a total vertical depth of 9,508 feet and several Cockfield sands intervals were logged and tested. This well was then brought on…

Rather nonspecific update from Vast today, probably in response to yesterday's jump, especially as Niko hasn't seen fit to issue a parallel statement. Not much reaction in the market, opened higher then drifted back. CALGARY, ALBERTA, Jan. 14, 2011 (Marketwire) -- Vast Exploration Inc. ("Vast" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:VST) is pleased to provide the following update on the drilling progress of the Qara Dagh…

Hello Doverbeach As I understand it the Niko stake in Vast was taken as part of a fundraising in 2008, see: http://www.nikoresources.com/upload/news_release/57/01/60.-niko-resources-completes-investment-in-vast-exploration-inc..pdf Not sure if the reduction from 19 per cent then is due to subsequent dilution, selling off, or some odd Canadian quirk where they included the warrants in the original calculation. You're absolutely right, this is indeed a simple either/or, and whatever happens…




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