Thursday, July 29, 2010

BVI company invests US$10mln in US biofuels technology corporation

According to the announcement of the Oklahoma-based biofuels technology company Syntroleum Corp., a British Virgin Islands corporation Energy Opportunity Ltd. will acquire Syntroleum's common stock up to US$10 million worth, within a 24-month period.

By terms of the agreement, the BVI company will be limited to 4.9 percent of all shares of Syntroleum common stock. No single required purchase will exceed 2.5 percent of Syntroleum's market capitalization.

Market capitalization of the US company is currently estimated at about US$142 million. With its partner Tyson Foods Inc., the company plans to start operations on the Dynamic Fuels biodiesel plant in Geismar, La.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Chaarat issues announcement on the acquisition of Kyrex Limited

BVI company Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd announced that it has received acceptances from shareholders representing more than 75 per cent of the issued share capital of Kyrex Limited, concerning the acquisition of Kyrex which was announced on 21 June 2010.

In accordance with the provisions in the articles of association of Kyrex, Chaarat is able to acquire the remaining issued and to be issued shares of Kyrex Limited.

Monday, July 19, 2010

BVI company acquires shares of NSGold Corporation

British Virgin Islands-based private company Van Hoof Industrial Holdings Ltd. made an announcement that on June 18 it acquired ownership of 9,601,600 common shares of NSGold Corporation. This amount represents 31.89% of the full stock of common shares, both issued and outstanding, of NSGold. Of them, 8,201,600 shares were acquired by Van Hoof Industrial Holdings at a deemed price of $0.25 per share, pursuant to a Qualifying Transaction.

The BVI holding also acquired 700,000 common share purchase warrants of NSGold, representing 4.79% of its issued and outstanding warrants. The shares and warrants acquired by Van Hoof in the private placement are subject to a “hold period” which is to expire on October 19, 2010.

By terms of the purchase agreement, Van Hoof Industrial Holdings Ltd. may from time to time acquire ownership, control or direction over additional securities of NSGold Corporation. The shares and warrants of NSGold Corporation were acquired by the BVI holding for investment purposes.

Monday, July 12, 2010

CanAsia Financial entered into agreement with BVI-registered Mondeo Development Group

CanAsia Financial Inc. entered in an arm's length agreement dated May 1, 2010 with HK resident Mr. Jacky Chak-Sun Cheng and British Virgin Islands-registered private company Mondeo Development Group Ltd. Under the terms of this agreement, CanAsia will acquire through a series of transactions all of the issued and outstanding securities of the BVI company, and, indirectly, all the securities of Mondeo's subsidiaries.

Currently Mondeo has 360 common shares held by Mr. Cheng. The BVI company owns all of the issued and outstanding securities of Pacific Optical Technologies Ltd. and Pacific Optical owns all of the issued and outstanding securities of Pacific Optical Technologies Ltd. It is expected that prior to entering into the definitive agreement governing the transaction Mr. Cheng will sell 70 Mondeo shares to various arm's length investors, for cash consideration of $947,917. Each investor will also enter into agreement with CanAsia whereby they agree to sell their shares in BVI company to CanAsia.

On May 21, pursuant to the agreement, Mr. Cheng invested HK$8 million (approximately CDN$1 million) in consideration for a 38.4% equity stake in Pacific Shenzhen.

The Transaction will be Company's "Qualifying Transaction" in accordance with the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange. Completion of the Transaction is expected to take place on or before July 31, 2010. After closing, CanAsia will be the "Resulting Issuer" operating in the technology sector and the operations of Mondeo will be the Company's main business.

Friday, July 9, 2010

BVI-registered holding signs MoU to acquire full stake in COG Holding

Sino Invent Holdings Limited, a British Virgin Islands-registered company and a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Oil And Gas Group Limited, signed a memorandum of understanding with Sino Advance Holding Limited, an investment holding company also incorporated in BVI. Subject to the MoU, Sino Invent will acquire a 100% stake in HK-based China Oil and Gas Group (Holdings) Limited (COG Holdings). Pursuant to the agreement, China Oil and Gas will pay a refundable deposit in the amount of US$25.66 million to Sino Advance.

China Oil and Gas Group is an investment holding company engaged in natural gas and energy related business. COG Holdings is holding 70% stake in the joint venture company Shandong Shuanghe Mining, engaged in the exploration and exploitation of coal mines.

Monday, July 5, 2010

Canfe Ventures signed letter agreement with BVI-registered companies

A capital pool company Canfe Ventures Ltd. entered into a letter agreement with companies Fame Oriented Holding Limited, Baron Natural Resources Co. Ltd. (BNR) and Eagle Action Co. Ltd. (EA), all of them being registered in the British Virgin Islands, to acquire 87.5% of the issued and outstanding shares of Fame. The agreement was signed on June 4, 2010.

BVI company Fame Oriented Holding and its wholly-owned subsidiary Nevada-incorporated Golden Fame (USA) Inc. are privately held junior mining companies holding the rights to earn a 100% interest in the Arizona-located Goldridge Property.

By terms of the agreement, Canfe shall issue to the vendors 16,000,000 of its common shares at a deemed price of US$0.15 per share. That makes approximately 53% of the outstanding shares of Canfe immediately after the closing of the transaction. Upon completion of transaction, the BVI company shall repay BNR's shareholder loan totaling US$400,000.

Canfe will issue 1,016,667 common shares to an arm's length party as a finder's fee in connection with the transaction.

Trading of the common shares of the company has been halted in connection with this news release, and will recommence at such time as the TSX-V may determine, upon the completion of certain requirements pursuant to TSX-V Policy 2.4.