Valeura Energy CEO excited with growth and value adding assets (VIDEO)

Valeura Energy Inc. (LON:VLU / TSX:VLE) CEO Sean Guest joins DirectorsTalk Interviews to dicusss the acquisition of the entire share capital of KrisEnergy International.

Sean explains how his expectations have now changed changed for the Thai assets, what this means for investors, what the investment community should be looking out for and whats next for the company in terms of M&A and strategy.

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