But they're NOT running out of money. That's the whole thing. They have the cash and are accomplishing the goal of completion on time. If not, they'll sell Vezza. In January next year they'll give guidance on new CapEx spending.
Why fear the shorts? They're giving you an opportunity to buy shares in NAP extremely cheap. In ten years, assuming the company is managed well over the years, you will be considerably wealthy if you hold your shares in NAP. Consider that even Berkshire owns an industrial metals mining unit. Guess what else Berskhire has been buying... General Motors.