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A DESCRIPTION OF THE BOARD MEMBERS RESPONSIBILITIES AND DETAILS OF COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND THEIR RESPONSIBILITIES:
COUNTRY OF INCORPORATION AND MAIN COUNTRY OF OPERATION
Clontarf Energy was formed following the sale of Pan Andean Resources PLC’s Colombian and Peruvian assets for $32 million to Petrominerales (now Pacific Rubiales). A merger of the remaining assets including Bolivia and Ghana formed the basis for Clontarf Energy. The team applied for a number of blocks in the country.
- The company also has 60% of the Ghana Tano 2A Block – a 1,532km2 Block, close to four recent discoveries by Tullow Oil plc and Kosmos. We await ratification of the amended Petroleum Agreement by Cabinet and Parliament, in accordance with the law.
- There are ongoing discussions for additional oil and gas exploration opportunities in other prospective countries.
* NOTE: The rights of shareholders are in accordance with UK company law.
*Incorporated in the UK
CURRENT EXCHANGES OR PLATFORMS FOR TRADING IN COMPANY SECURITIES
There are no other exchanges or trading platforms, apart from AIM, on which the company has applied or agreed to have any of its securities (Including AIM securities) admitted or traded.
DETAILS OF ANY RESTRICTIONS ON THE TRANSFER OF CLONTARF ENERGY PLC AIM SECURITIES
There are no restrictions on the transfer of Clontarf Energy PLC securities not accounted for within the rules of the AIM market.
TAKEOVERS AND MERGERS
The company is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.
THE MOST RECENT AIM ADMISSION DOCUMENT AND DOCUMENTS SENT TO SHAREHOLDERS WITHIN THE PAST 12 MONTHS.
RULE 26 DISCLOSURE
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Last updated 17th August 2022