Market Mover: Vermilion Energy (VET) Drops at Midday August 4

Equities Staff  |

Vermilion Energy Inc (NYSE: VET) has fallen $1.35 (5.76%) and  sits at $22.00, as of 12:11:15 est on August 4.

1,859,074 shares have exchanged hands.

The Company has decreased 3.22% over the last 5 days and shares have risen 20.70% over the last 30 days.

Vermilion Energy is set to release earnings on 2022-08-11.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on Vermilion Energy visit the company profile.

About Vermilion Energy Inc

Vermilion is an international energy producer that seeks to create value through the acquisition, exploration, development and optimization of producing properties in North America, Europe and Australia. Its business model emphasizes organic production growth augmented with value-adding acquisitions, along with returning capital to investors when economically warranted. Vermilion is targeting growth in production primarily through the exploitation of light oil and liquids-rich natural gas conventional resource plays in Canada and the United States, the exploration and development of high impact natural gas opportunities in the Netherlands and Germany, and through oil drilling and workover programs in France and Australia. Vermilion holds a 20% working interest in the Corrib gas field in Ireland.

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