Zion Oil Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and Public Question Forum
We have prepared this page to allow our supporters and shareholders to ask questions and get thoughtful answers from us. We understand there is a lot of distortion and misinformation about Zion Oil & Gas on the internet. This page will help you get clear answers and get accurate information.
How to use this page:
1. Review the questions and answers below.
2. Ask your question in the comment field if you do not find the answer.
3. We will review your questions and answer as quickly as possible.
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Zion is dedicated to exploring for oil and gas onshore Israel and is 100% focused on its Megiddo-Jezreel License, a large area south and west of the Sea of Galilee that includes the Jezreel and Megiddo valleys. This license gives Zion the exclusive right to explore in an area of approximately 99,000 acres that appears to possess the key geologic ingredients of an active petroleum system with significant exploration potential. Zion’s latest information on ongoing operations can be found on their website: https://www.zionoil.com/updates
Zion’s common stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Market under the symbol “ZN”.
As we previously disclosed, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) first informed Zion of a non-public, fact-finding inquiry by subpoena for production of documents received on June 21, 2018, before which Zion had no formal or informal communication with the SEC regarding this matter.
The SEC has asserted no accusation of wrongdoing nor have they expressed any negative opinion of any person within Zion. Zion continues to fully cooperate with and work with the SEC in the provision of requested information.
Following Zion’s disclosure of the SEC investigation, Zion became aware of a number of law firms who allege they are investigating Zion’s compliance with federal securities laws and are soliciting clients. To our knowledge, three lawsuits have been filed in federal district court. We believe these claims are frivolous and without merit, and we will wage a vigorous defense.
Mr. Carrillo resigned effective September 1, 2018. Here is the resignation letter we filed with the SEC in an 8-K – CLICK HERE
Zion has been a publicly reporting company since 2007 whose stock has been listed on Nasdaq since 2009, in which time it has filed, as required, audited annual reports on Form 10-K and quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, in compliance with all relevant SEC and Nasdaq rules. We would ask that you refer to those filings to help answer any questions you may have about Zion.
Nasdaq companies whose shares are listed on Global Market and who fail to comply with the required minimum closing bid price of $1 for 30 consecutive trading days will ordinarily receive a so-called deficiency notice. Once such notice is received, the Company will automatically have 180 days in which to regain compliance with the $1 minimum bid price. Compliance is regained by trading at above the $1 minimum bid price for 10 consecutive trading days, subject to Nasdaq requiring a longer trading period if it determines that this is necessary in order to establish long-term compliance with the minimum closing bid price.
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