Coro Energy (LSE: CORO) – Time To Turn Things Around

Coro Energy PLC
  • Shares Outstanding: 793M
  • Share price GB£0.01 (25.02.2020)
  • Market Cap: £8.93M

We recently interviewed James Menzies, CEO of Coro Energy (LSE: CORO).

Coro Energy is a public oil & gas exploration junior, based in London, looking to secure producing and development assets in South-East Asia. The share price has been in freefall for the last three years, and their CEO, James Menzies, wants to communicate with existing and potential shareholders as why this has happened, and how Coro Energy plans change this trend in 2020.

We discuss:

  1. Falling Share Price
  2. Reasons To Be Hopeful
  3. Monetising Italian Assets?
  4. Hopes For 2020

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