Valeura Energy Corporate Overview 2021

Valeura Energy Inc (LON:VLU) Corporate Overview 2021 Presented by President and CEO Sean Guest.

Valeura Energy Inc is an upstream oil & gas company, with a clear strategy to add value for shareholders.  The Company has a strong balance sheet with no debt, positioning it for potential inorganic growth opportunities, and substantial upside potential through an operated deep, tight gas play. 

The Company is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and its shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol VLE and on the London Stock Exchange under the symbol VLU.

Valeura is focussed on growing its operational presence through the mergers and acquisitions market, and on continuing its deep, tight gas appraisal operations in the Thrace Basin of north-west Turkey.  Safe and efficient operations are some of its highest priorities.

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