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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum Vermilion Energy Inc. T.VET

Alternate Symbol(s):  VET

Vermilion Energy Inc is an international oil and gas producing company. It engages in full-cycle exploration and production programs that focus on the acquisition, exploration, development, and optimization of producing properties in North America, Europe, and Australia. The majority of Vermilion's revenue has derived from the production and sale of petroleum and natural gas. In each market, the company relies on a host of drilling and well completion techniques to keep production at attractive levels. It derives a majority of revenue from Canada.

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prested (314) | July 28, 2022 07:21 pm

Look at the results published today by ARC Energy (T.ARX). This will be us on August 11 folks.

RE:Want a vision of the future?

stockmarket1 (233) | July 28, 2022 10:35 pm

Agree, and we might see VET hit $33 - $34  by Aug 11th the way this is going. However, If, by chance,  the shares pull back any time now......I'm loading up. I'm really looking forward to Aug 11 earnings.

I wonder how much debt VET has paid down since last report? Hope a heck of a lot! 

prested wrote: Look at the results published today by ARC Energy (T.ARX). This will be us on August 11 folks.


RE:Want a vision of the future?

Pandora (1620) | July 29, 2022 12:22 am

prested wrote: Look at the results published today by ARC Energy (T.ARX). This will be us on August 11 folks.


I see T.ARX has a 2.78% dividend payable quarterly. I see no mention of them raising that dividend for the coming quarter. Is that what you're referring to when you say "this will be us on Aug 11"? i.e. no increase in the dividend.

RE:RE:Want a vision of the future?

Quintessential1 (10142) | July 29, 2022 07:02 am

VET and ARX while both great companies are in different places debt wise.

ARX is a quarter away from meeting its debt target and perhaps two from its debt floor.

Where as VET has already hit its debt target and is quickly approaching its debt floor.

This leaves VET in a much better position to return its massive FCF back to shareholders.

VET states om their website that they are committed to returning capital to investors.

This quarter they will have a great oppurunity to do just that.

GLTA Longs


Pandora wrote:
prested wrote: Look at the results published today by ARC Energy (T.ARX). This will be us on August 11 folks.


I see T.ARX has a 2.78% dividend payable quarterly. I see no mention of them raising that dividend for the coming quarter. Is that what you're referring to when you say "this will be us on Aug 11"? i.e. no increase in the dividend.


RE:RE:RE:Want a vision of the future?

Moemoney42 (1127) | July 29, 2022 09:36 am

Yup, get ready for a doubling of the divi for Q3 payout.. IMHO  ;-)
Quintessential1 wrote: VET and ARX while both great companies are in different places debt wise.

ARX is a quarter away from meeting its debt target and perhaps two from its debt floor.

Where as VET has already hit its debt target and is quickly approaching its debt floor.

This leaves VET in a much better position to return its massive FCF back to shareholders.

VET states om their website that they are committed to returning capital to investors.

This quarter they will have a great oppurunity to do just that.

GLTA Longs


Pandora wrote:
prested wrote: Look at the results published today by ARC Energy (T.ARX). This will be us on August 11 folks.


I see T.ARX has a 2.78% dividend payable quarterly. I see no mention of them raising that dividend for the coming quarter. Is that what you're referring to when you say "this will be us on Aug 11"? i.e. no increase in the dividend.




RE:RE:RE:RE:Want a vision of the future?

Soncard (7) | July 29, 2022 10:15 am

doubling wont cut it! That's only 1.5% of the current price. At that rate pay down more debt and get the divi to at least 5% .

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Want a vision of the future?

Moemoney42 (1127) | July 29, 2022 10:36 am

I agree.. it should be tripled actually, but I think we'll only see small steps quarter over quarter in reality.. they're yield should be ~3% to be competitive.. and that would be a tripling from here IMHO
Soncard wrote: doubling wont cut it! That's only 1.5% of the current price. At that rate pay down more debt and get the divi to at least 5% .


RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Want a vision of the future?

blackace (17) | July 29, 2022 11:19 am

Not enough.  If they don't raise it to at least 7% then holders will begin to move to others (like CJ.TO) who are actually taking care of their shareholders.

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Want a vision of the future?

Soncard (7) | July 29, 2022 11:23 am

another favorite, just recently, CJ is $0.05 per month, declared  when stock price was $8.89, darn close to 7%. Trading at $9.20 today with no divi increase announced at Q2 release last night.....just saying :):)

RE:Want a vision of the future?

Pandora (1620) | July 29, 2022 12:42 am


And is this where Ottawa hopes to take Canada:

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-62335911

RE:Want a vision of the future?

Oldnagger (1375) | July 29, 2022 03:59 am

prested wrote: Look at the results published today by ARC Energy (T.ARX). This will be us on August 11 folks.

The boggest earning gains are going to those companies which have the greatest international exposure

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Big-Oil-Set-For-Blowout-Performance-But-What-Comes-Next.html