Bridge Energy Delisting from Oslo Børs

Oslo Børs has received an application from Bridge Energy ASA, an oil and gas exploration and production company, for delisting of the company’s shares.

Pursuant to Continuing Obligations section 15.1 (4)  cf Stock Exchange Act section 25 (1), Oslo Børs has  today made the following resolution:

“The shares in Bridge Energy ASA will be delisted from Oslo Børs. The last day of listing will be on 28  November 2013.”

Last Wednesday, Bridge Energy said  that trading of the Company’s shares on the Oslo Børs had been suspended following the completion of the compulsory acquisition by Spike Exploration AS of all remaining shares the Company. This has been done to avoid incorrect registration of orders and trades in a situation where Bridge will no longer have any shares outstanding for trading.

Press Release, November 28, 2013

 

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