CALGARY, July 22, 2022 – Arrow Exploration Corp. (AIM: AXL; TSXV: AXL) (“Arrow” or the “Company”) the high-growth operator with a portfolio of assets across key Colombian hydrocarbon basins.
Is pleased to announce that further to the announcement of Canaccord Genuity Limited (“Canaccord”) as its Nominated Adviser on 28 April 2022, Canaccord has confirmed that it has completed satisfactorily its due diligence. Accordingly, a Nominated Adviser Declaration has been submitted to AIM in accordance with the AIM Rules.
About Arrow Exploration Corp.
Arrow Exploration Corp. (operating in Colombia via a branch of its 100% owned subsidiary Carrao Energy S.A.) is a publicly-traded company with a portfolio of premier Colombian oil assets that are under-exploited, under-explored and offer high potential growth. The Company’s business plan is to expand oil production from some of Colombia’s most active basins, including the Llanos, Middle Magdalena Valley (MMV) and Putumayo Basin. The asset base is predominantly operated with high working interests, and the Brent-linked light oil pricing exposure combines with low royalties to yield attractive potential operating margins. Arrow’s 50% interest in the Tapir Block is contingent on the assignment by Ecopetrol SA of such interest to Arrow. Arrow’s seasoned team is led by a hands-on executive team supported by an experienced board. Arrow is listed on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange and on TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol “AXL”.
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For further information, contact:
Marshall Abbott, CEO
+1 403 651 5995
Joe McFarlane, CFO
+1 403 818 1033
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