Union Jack Oil announces successful placing to raise £650,000 to investigate opportunities at UK licences

February 2014
World Energy News;2/26/2014, p15
The article reports that the Union Jack Oil has used its ordinary shares for raising 650,000 pounds for the investigation of shale oil and gas operations on its existing offshore and onshore licences in Great Britain. Brief profile of the company is presented. Views of David Bramhill, Executive Chairman of the company, on the development in the oil and gas industry of Great Britain is presented.


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