Another NZX listing gone; now it's NZOG

Another NZX listing gone; now it's NZOG
And that's goodbye from NZOG. Managing director Andrew Jefferies says leaving NZX is a natural progression. (Image: NZOG)
Rebecca Stevenson
New Zealand Oil and Gas is the latest company to say it will exit the New Zealand stock exchange. On Wednesday morning, the oil and gas explorer said it would move to a sole listing on the Australian stock exchange (ASX). Its last day of trading will be June 24. It joins Just Life Group and Geo in exiting the New Zealand stock exchange (NZX). NZ Oil and Gas (NZOG) had shifted its focus to Australia and other areas because of the previous Labour government’s move to shut down exploration.It allowed existing exploration...

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