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Bahamas Petroleum changes name

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Bahamas Petroleum, the Caribbean and Atlantic margin focused oil and gas company, with production, appraisal, development and onshore and offshore exploration assets across the region, has announced that, further to the passing of all resolutions at the company's Extraordinary General Meeting on 17 May 2021, the company's change of name has been effected by the Isle of Man Registrar of Companies. As such, the company's shares on AIM will be under its new name Challenger Energy Group PLC.

Eytan Uliel, Challenger Energy CEO Designate, said: "With the spud of the highly anticipated Saffron-2 appraisal well now just days away, we are pleased that in addition to the successful completion of our fundraising as announced on 20 May 2021, shareholders at the EGM supported all of our broader corporate reset objectives, including the change of name of the company to Challenger Energy, which has now taken effect. As Challenger Energy, our immediate strategic priority is to drive production and cashflow growth, through intelligent management and deployment of our resources. Our change of name, and the broader corporate reset currently underway, is in support of this strategic priority, which we see as the lynchpin for shareholder value growth both in the near-term and in the years ahead. All of us at Challenger Energy look forward to beginning the next chapter."


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