Las Vegas, Nevada, Aug. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Barrel Energy Inc. (the “Company” or “Barrel”) (OTC: BRLL) is pleased to provide a corporate update for August 2022.
Barrel has engaged Dentons Canada LLC, a part of Dentons, the world’s largest multinational law firm to assist us in the process for removal of the Cease Trade Order (“CTO”) with the British Columbia Securities Commission in Canada. The application with supporting documents was recently submitted by Dentons on our behalf and we will keep shareholders updated on this process.
Additionally, we are pleased to inform our shareholders that the approximate number of outstanding shares will be reduced by 8 to 10 percent (%) due to the return of thirty to forty million shares to treasury from multiple noteholders. Also, the company expects there will be no new share issuances within the next 12 months.
About Barrel: Barrel Energy Inc., (OTC Markets: BRLL) is focused on several ventures within the green energy and battery minerals sector and the rapid development of valuable production opportunities throughout North America and abroad. The company holds important joint venture agreements to advance technologies and processes for Electric Vehicle batteries.
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