PetroNeft Resources organic potential to deliver considerable growth for shareholders (Interview)

PetroNeft Resources plc (LON:PTR) CEO David Sturt joins DirectorsTalk to discuss first production and the completion of the additional interest on License 67. David explains the significance of the news, provides further detail around the performance and longer term potential of fracking, where he sees the main value drivers for the company going forward and what we can expect to see for the rest of the year.

PetroNeft Resources is a public company registered in Ireland established to develop oil assets in the Tomsk Oblast in Western Siberia and was admitted to the London AIM and Dublin ESM Markets on 27th September 2006.

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