If there is an offer to buy, the buyer must pay the price of the shares and also to assume the bebt. And the debt of the company must be by now 55 to 60million. Now if the price of the share is, say 50cents, the buyer must pay 210000 shares x 0.50 = 105million dollars for the shareholders and add on top of that the debt, say 60million, then the total is 165million dollars. The question is who is going to pay that amount if the company is not in production, has something to show in terms of revenue and not simply coal in the ground?