Kea Petroleum announce replacement Warrants Exercised
The following amendment has been made to the 'Warrants Exercised' announcement released on 28 August 2012 at 12:20pm under RNS No 9016K
The previous announcement stated "Admission is expected to become effective and dealings to commence in these shares on 03 October 2012". It should have stated "Admission is expected to become effective and dealings to commence in these shares on 03 September 2012".
All other details remain unchanged.
The full amended text is shown below.
Kea Petroleum plc (AIM: KEA), will be applying to the London Stock Exchange for the admission of 480,000 ordinary shares in the capital of Kea to trading on AIM. These shares were issued on 27 August 2012 at a price of 8p per share as a result of the exercise of warrants and rank pari passu with the existing issued ordinary shares of the Company. Details of the warrants can be found within the Admission Document.
The warrants were exercised by senior staff and officers of the company and include 200,000 shares allotted to John Dennehy, a Non-Executive Director of the Company. Following this transaction John Dennehy's total beneficial interest in Kea is 800,177 Ordinary Shares, representing approximately 0.16% of its issued share capital.
Admission is expected to become effective and dealings to commence in these shares on 03 September 2012.
Following the issue of these new shares the issued ordinary share capital of Kea now consists of 509,835,000 ordinary shares of 1 penny each with voting rights. No ordinary shares are held in treasury.
Warrant holders will have until 28 September 2012 to exercise their warrants.
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