Brightoil Petroleum (Brightoil) Holdings Limited on Wednesday (11 November) published a company update regarding the winding-up petition filed by a petitioner.
According to the statement, the petitioner and Brightoil have reached consent and the petition was subsequently dismissed by an order from the High Court of Hong Kong on Monday, 9 November.
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Published: 12 November, 2020
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