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The following information is disclosed for information purposes only in accordance with Rule 26 of the AIM Rules for Companies and was last updated on 18 October 2023.
Description of the business
Longboat Energy’s objective is to build a full-cycle E&P company focused on growth through value additive M&A transactions and with the drill-bit through exploration drilling while retaining excellent HSEQ and ESG performance.
The Company is focussed on growth through value accretive M&A transactions and creating significant value with the drill-bit, both through infill drilling in existing fields and through near field exploration drilling while retaining excellent HSEQ and ESG performance. The Company has been established by the ex-Management Team of Faroe Petroleum and will apply a similar business model, aiming to replicate Faroe’s outstanding HSEQ and operational track record and deliver significant production and reserves growth.
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Board of Directors
The Board comprises three executive directors and four non-executive directors one of which is the chairman Mr Graham Stewart (non-executive Chairman). The Board is responsible to the shareholders for the proper management of the Group and meets regularly to: review trading performance, set and monitor strategy, examine acquisition and divestment possibilities; approve: major capital expenditure projects and corporate overhead costs, significant financing matters; and report to shareholders. The Board has established four Committees: Audit Committee, Disclosure Committee, Nomination Committee and Remuneration Committee.
The Audit Committee is comprised of Katherine Roe (Chair of the Committee), Brent Cheshire and Jorunn Saetre. The Audit Committee reviews the Company’s accounting policies, financial reporting, internal control, compliance and risk management and maintains an objective and professional relationship with the auditors.
The disclosure committee is responsible for ensuring that the Company makes timely and accurate disclosure of all information that is required to be disclosed to meet its disclosure obligations under the AIM Rules. The disclosure committee comprises Jonathan Cooper (chairman), Helge Hammer and Julian Riddick and meets as required.
The Nominations Committee is comprised of Graham Stewart (Chairman of the Committee), and Jorunn Saetre. The Nominations Committee is responsible for considering and providing advice concerning appointments or reappointments to the Board. Please click below for the terms of reference.
The Remuneration Committee is comprised of Brent Cheshire (Chairman of the Committee) and Katherine Roe. The Committee assists the Board in determining the remuneration arrangements and contracts for the executive directors and senior employees.
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Current constitutional documents
The Company’s constitutional documents are represented by its Articles of Association.
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Incorporation and registration details
Main County of Operation
Number of securities in issue
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