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23 Aug 2019 | 09:25

Sirius Petroleum to delist from AIM next week, pursue LSE listing

Nigeria-focused oil and gas company Sirius Petroleum said it would delist from AIM and pursue a listing on the main board of the London Stock Exchange.

The company's shares had been suspended since February while it contemplated a reverse takeover that it had yet to progress.

Its shares would be cancelled from AIM on Tuesday 27 August.

'The company is continuing to develop its portfolio and will seek a relisting on the London Stock Exchange as a new applicant as soon as possible,' Sirius said.

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