Vermilion Energy (ticker: VET) held its Q3 conference call this week, elaborating on its temporary withdrawal from the Netherlands, share buybacks, basin potentials and budget assumptions.

Fund flows from operations ("FFO") for Q3 2018 were $261 million ($1.71/basic share), an increase of 34% from the prior quarter (18% on a per share basis) driven by higher production volumes and higher commodity prices, partially offset by hedging losses.

Q3 2018 production increased by 19% from the prior quarter to 96,222 BOEPD.

To read the Q3 results for Vermilion, please refer to this link.

Source: Verilion Energy, Core Operating Areas
Excerpts from Vermilion Q&A
Canada and share buybacks
Q: Two questions. The first is just with resp...

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