A notice was published on the Government Gazette on Wednesday (5 April) regarding the final meetings of Singapore-based offshore contractor and solutions provider Emas Offshore Services Pte. Ltd. and Stanford Mariner 2 Pte. Ltd.
The meetings will be held via audio visual communication on 5 May at 10am (Emas Offshore) and 11am (Stanford Mariner) respectively.
The purposes of the meetings are:
Details of the liquidators are as follow:
Abuthahir Abdul Gafoor
c/o AAG Corporate Advisory Pte Ltd 144 Robinson Road #14-02 Robinson Square Singapore 068908
Manifold Times previously reported Oslo Stock Exchange deciding to delist the shares of Emas Offshore with effect from 27 April, 2018.
In 2019, it was reported Emas Offshore applied to be placed under judicial management after Philippine-based group Udenna Corporation informed Emas that its proposed investment would not take place.
Related: The Oslo Stock Exchange has decided to delist EMAS Offshore
Photo credit: Drew Beamer
Published: 6 April, 2023
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