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JKX Oil&Gas plc announced its intention of delisting and re-trading shares at London Stock Exchange

4 November, London – JKX Oil&Gas plc, the parent company of JV Poltava Petroleum Company, sent a circular note to its Shareholders  proposing the delisting and the approval of a Repurchase Agreement as part of a tender offer for up to 23.3% of Ordinary Shares at 42.0 pence per share, which is an average monthly share price at the Premium Segment of the London Stock Exchange.


Victor Gladun, CEO of JKX Oil & Gas plc commented: “The Directors have conducted a review of the various benefits and drawbacks to the Company and its Shareholders in relation to maintaining the listing of the JKX and also have considered all possible alternatives. The Directors unanimously believe that the Delisting is in the best interest of the Company and its Shareholders. All JKX Shareholders will be able to express their position and support the recommendations of the Board of Directors on November 23 during the voting at the extraordinary Shareholders’ meeting.

JKX will continue to implement strategic business development steps as a private British company, after the support by JKX Shareholders



JV Poltava Petroleum Company is a Ukrainian-British joint venture established in 1994 and is a subsidiary of JKX Oil & Gas plc. JV PPC is one of the leaders among the non-state oil and gas companies in Ukraine. The company’s field of activity is the search, exploration, production and treatment of gas and oil. Poltava Petroleum Company uses the most modern technologies and methods to achieve energy independence for Ukraine.
The parent company, JKX Oil & Gas plc, is a publicly traded company listed on the London Stock Exchange since 1995 and is governed by a Board of Directors. The CEO of JV PPC and JKX Oil & Gas plc is Viktor Gladun, who has been heading the company since 2016.