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Jersey Oil & Gas has completed a private placement of new shares

Jersey Oil & Gas Plc has raised funds to support a new development project.

Jersey Oil & Gas is a British independent North Sea-focused upstream oil and gas company, driving shareholder value through creative deal making and operational success.

Oaklins Cavendish’s sister firm finnCap, based in the UK, acted as joint broker to the oversubscribed placing, advising and negotiating on price discovery with the client.

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