Audio Interviews

ValueTheMarkets Podcast 028 – with Eytan Uliel, Commercial Director of Bahamas Petroleum Company (BPC)

29 Oct 2019 | by: Richard Mason

Today’s guest on the ValueTheMarkets podcast is Eytan Uliel, Commercial Director of Bahamas Petroleum Company (LSE:BPC). The company has significant prospective resources via licenses held in the Bahamas and is working towards drilling its first exploration well in Q1 2020. Bahamas Petroleum has just entered into a subscription agreement for £10.25m convertible loan notes and is currently conducting an open offer to raise up to £7m from existing shareholders.

In the interview, Eytan discusses Bahamas Petroleum’s progress towards drilling its first well and the potential prize on offer should it successfully hit hydrocarbons in the region.

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