A creditors meeting for several special purpose vehicles (SPVs) ultimately under Brightoil Petroleum (Holdings) Limited is scheduled to take place on 10 September at (1) 3:00pm (2) 3:30pm, (3) 4:00pm, (4) 4:30pm, (5) 5:00pm and (6) 5:30pm respectively, according to a Monday (30 August) notice on the Government Gazette.
The meetings will discuss the affairs of Brightoil 319 Oil Tanker Pte Ltd, Brightoil 326 Oil Tanker Pte Ltd, Brightoil 329 Oil Tanker Pte Ltd, Brightoil 639 Oil Tanker Pte Ltd, Brightoil 666 Oil Tanker Pte Ltd, and Brightoil 688 Oil Tanker Pte Ltd.
The agenda of the meetings will be for:
Attendance by video conference:
In compliance with Covid-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020 and the Covid-19 (Temporary Measures) (Alternative Arrangements for Meetings) (Corporate Insolvency) Order 2020, creditors may attend the meeting by way of video conference via Zoom by submitting a General Proxy or Special Proxy form and including the details of the proxy to us by way of email to email@example.com before 4:00 p.m. on the day before the meeting.
An earlier report regarding the above development can be found below:
Earlier developments of Brightoil (since late 2017 to date) can be found in the search results here.
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Published: 31 August, 2021
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