Dr Omar from Wildcat’s representative office in Khartoum, attended the South Sudan Oil & Power conference, 13-14th September on behalf of Wildcat with full authority to conduct all necessary talks/negotiations on behalf of the Company.
In 2021 Dr Omar conducted the inaugural oil licence round in South Sudan on behalf of the Government and was deemed the most suitable person from Wildcat to attend the conference.
Wildcat Petroleum Plc wishes to make it clear that it is incorrect to claim certain pictures and videos circulating around the internet and Twitter show the chairman of the company, Mandhir Singh, attending the South Sudan Oil & Power conference in Juba last week.
The chairman did not attend this conference. The person purported to be Mandhir Singh in these images, such as shown below, was actually a different delegate attending the conference.
Dr Omar (left) and another delegate
Notes to Editors:
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