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Zenith Energy (ZEN) is quoted on the Standard List, so the regulator in charge is the FCA. The FCA is also responsible for policing all cases of fraud among listed companies. So, after today's shocking fess up as a result of my bombshell of last Thursday, I have dropped the chocolate teapots a note about events since June 4 demanding an urgent enquiry and the suspension of the shares.
Anyone who checked out the track record of the once self-styled “King of Socks” Count Andrea Cattaneo della Volta, would never have invested in Zenith Energy (ZEN). This is a man who trousered vast sums from Pex, a Leicester sock maker, before shutting up shop in the UK leaving workers owed huge unpaid wages. Last week I published a letter appearing to show that Zenith had lost its main asset, the Tilapia field in the Republic of Congo. Today, a bombshell…..
On Thursday, I published a letter, now confirmed as genuine, from the Government of the Republic of Congo saying that Zenith Energy (ZEN) had lost its sole asset, Tilapia on June 4, something it failed to disclose to investors as it secured more funding. Still, Zenith and its newly appointed adviser, Allenby Capital, have failed to address this. Instead, we have a statement on a Cheryl Cole type deal. Let me explain.
At no-one is watching O’Clock last night, it was announced that Allenby Capital had agreed to act as Financial Adviser and Corporate broker to disgraced Zenith Energy (ZEN). I have confirmed that at the time of agreeing to act, Allenby had not been made aware of the letter we published yesterday appearing to show that the company had lost its only asset on June 4 and not told anyone while it carried on raising money.
The last time i had an article to write on Zenith Energy (ZEN) I made the mistake of contacting the company via a PR and was bullied and harassed as a result. So this time as I receive, via Winnileaks, a document which appears to show that it lost its only real asset, Tilapia in the Republic of the Congo, on June 4th, I just publish it in full. I have asked my daughter Olaf to translate it for me which - through her usual hangover - she did over the phone and it reads appallingly for Zenith. It looks kosher to me so there are only three scenarios here:
I’ve always gone on the basis that if something doesn’t feel quite right when it comes to non-binding deals being announced, then at the very least it is worth questioning the likelihood of completion. Of course, that isn’t always the case and some non-binding letters of intent, or memorandums of understanding, do in fact proceed as outlined, but my first thoughts when I saw today’s news from Zenith Energy (ZEN) was that it looked very ‘spoofy’...
As if news out on Friday morning for perpetual disappointer Zenith Energy (ZEN) was not bad enough, the RNS served up at nobody is watching hour 6:30pm just heaps more misery on long suffering shareholders.
The City’s No 1 oil analyst Zac “the knife” Phillips of SP Angel shows no mercy. Today’s victim is Zenith Energy (ZEN) which claims to have good news. Zac is damning and opines:
I know nothing about Zenith ( ZEN) other than it is listed in Canada as well as on the main market here in London and it is an oil and gas company operating the largest onshore oilfield in Azerbaijan. So I make no recommendation.
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Andrea Cattaneo, CEO of Zenith Energy (ZEN), is at the podium. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
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