VIHDD Stock analysis
After a 2 for 1 forward stock split earlier in the month, Vision Energy Inc. (OTCMKTS: VIHDD) had a November to remember, shooting up the charts from just over $2 at the beginning of the month to highs of $19.01. Since then, VIHDD has risen significantly after hitting a low of $6 during the initial downturn.
The stock is being advertised through an aggressive marketing campaign with several landing pages, one of which has since been taken down and stated: “This stock might lead an energy revolution and investors stand to make a fortune” while comparing VIHDD to Tesla and even Exon Mobile.” To see our prediction for the future of VIHDD, scroll down to the bottom of the page.
An integrated energy company called Vision Energy Corp (OTCMKTS: VIHDD) is creating resources and solutions for the business, industrial, and transportation sectors. Utilizing its established track record in speeding development and permitting processes, plant design, and grid connectivity to facilitate the generation, delivery, and distribution of low-carbon energy. The Company actively seeks out end customers seeking carbon abatement across feedstock and fuels, as well as dependable offtake connections and operating partnerships with players in the energy industry. Vision Energy is dedicated to offering the highest-yielding low-carbon energy solutions, and projects are planned to take advantage of the gas and power infrastructure that already exists to integrate and make it easier to distribute low-carbon energy throughout domestic and international supply chains.
Currently, Vision Energy is working on two projects. The Vlissingen hydrogen plant will use electrolysis to produce H2 and will have facilities for storage, loading, and distribution. The plant can produce more than twice as much green hydrogen as it initially plans to, up to 3,600 tonnes per year. In addition, the design of the hydrogen plant permits future extension of at least 100 MW, which could boost H2 production to almost 30.000 tonnes per year. The project site is placed in the Vlissingen Oost industrial park on a 30.000m2 industrial tract with a favorable location. In order to facilitate the supply and distribution of green hydrogen to customers in the area as well as to neighboring industrial businesses who are already preparing to use green hydrogen to decarbonize their operations, the site is easily accessible by road, rail, and canal. There may be synergies between the Sloecentrale electricity generating facility and the Vlissingen hydrogen plant because of their proximity.
The Terneuzen Project of the Company is a 25 MW green hydrogen plant under construction in the Terneuzen Port region. Vision Energy has already filed the permit application to Terneuzen Municipality and Zeeland Province after finishing the preliminary planning and pre-development work. The hydrogen plant will electrolyze hydrogen to produce H2 and will include facilities for storing, loading, and distributing the H2 for evacuation. The plant can produce more than twice as much green hydrogen as it can initially produce, which is 3,600 tonnes per year. With a possible production yield of about 30.000 tonnes per year, the green hydrogen plant concept will enable future growth of up to at least 100 MW.
Vision Energy announced earlier this month that it had partnered with Linde Engineering to expedite the engineering process for the company’s ground-breaking Green Energy Terminal in the Netherlands’ North Sea Port of Vlissingen. Preliminary Front-End Engineering and Design (FEED) services for the project for Phase 1 of Vision Energy’s Green Energy Terminal will be provided by Linde Engineering in a joint effort between Vision Energy and its fully owned subsidiary Evolution Terminals BV. The scope of work includes the design and engineering of a 150,000 cubic meter (CBM) storage facility for green ammonia (NH3), as well as utilities, infrastructure, buildings, loading and unloading facilities for trucks, barges, and ships. In order to support the Company’s objective to accomplish Final Investment, engineering efforts under the agreement have started and are projected to be completed in April 2023 in support of the Company’s target to reach Final Investment Decision (FID) by Q3 2023.
The building and delivery of Northwestern Europe’s first import, storage, and handling facility specifically for hydrogen carriers, renewable energy products, and low-carbon fuels are being planned by Vision Energy. By December 2022, the Company intends to submit all outstanding environmental and building permissions. Up to 400,000 CBM of total capacity is available under Phase 1, of which 150,000 CBM will be used for green ammonia, 180,000 CBM for renewable methanol, and 70,000 CBM for biofuels.
CEO Andrew Hromyk said: “Our cooperation with Linde Engineering marks a critical milestone in our development, to deliver this world-class project with the vast global expertise Linde possesses. Our Green Energy Terminal Project will accelerate and advance the energy transition and facilitate Northwestern Europe’s ambition to achieve Net Zero through carbon-abatement and adoption of hydrogen as a core feedstock and fuel.”
About VIHDD Stock – Vision Energy Corporation
VIHDD Stock ( Vision Energy corporation) is a fully reporting OTCQB SEC filer with $5.5 million in the treasury, trading at a current market capitalization of $544 million, and is essentially debt-free with no convertible debt on the books. During the month of November, the stock shot northward thanks to a multimillion dollar advertising and promotion campaign. Similar to GESI and CLOW, the run-up is fantastic while it lasts, but VIHDD cannot hold anything close to the present market valuation once the promotional dollars run out, as they will shortly, and VIHDD will experience big losses from here. We will continue to report on this situation as it unfolds and more information becomes available. We will be updating on VIHDD when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to otcstockz
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