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1918 Company formed<ref>The Times, Nov 09, 1926</ref> under Canadian law
 
1918 Company formed<ref>The Times, Nov 09, 1926</ref> under Canadian law
  
1919 Public sale of preference shares; the company's purpose was to exploit oil fields in Central and South America<ref>The Times, Dec 23, 1919</ref>
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1919 Public sale of preference shares; the company's purpose was to exploit oil fields in Central and South America.  Amongst the named technical staff was [[George Bernard Reynolds]]<ref>The Times, Dec 23, 1919</ref>
  
 
1952 The Venezuelan properties were sold to some American oil men<ref> The Times Dec 12, 1952</ref>
 
1952 The Venezuelan properties were sold to some American oil men<ref> The Times Dec 12, 1952</ref>

Latest revision as of 15:56, 25 May 2016

1918 Company formed[1] under Canadian law

1919 Public sale of preference shares; the company's purpose was to exploit oil fields in Central and South America. Amongst the named technical staff was George Bernard Reynolds[2]

1952 The Venezuelan properties were sold to some American oil men[3]

1955 Owned half of the shares in Trinidad Petroleum Developments[4]

1964 Final dealing in the shares on the London Exchange[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Nov 09, 1926
  2. The Times, Dec 23, 1919
  3. The Times Dec 12, 1952
  4. The Times, Sep 23, 1955
  5. The Times, Apr 16, 1964