John Malcolm Carr CPA has been a director of New Zealand Petroleum Exploration Limited [“NZPEL”] (Co. No. 21102, Incorp. 3 July 1968) since 9 November 1994 and according to the latest Financial Report (Year ending 31 March 2007) holds 21,000 ordinary shares in the company. (No other more recent financial reports have been registered with the NZ Companies Office). [For full details on the history of NZPEL see Appendix section 3 below]. [Update: NZPEL Struck Off Register of NZ Companies on 8 January 2015]
For colour photo of John M Carr CPA See:
Photo 1: http://www.carr.co.nz/images/jmc.jpg
For company directors and contact details see: http://www.nzpetroleum.co.nz/
and for more on John M Carr see
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The largest current shareholder of NZPEL (known as Triton Oil NZ Ltd prior to 16 December 1996) is Triton Energy Corporation, a defunct entity, that is recorded in the 2010 Annual Returns as holding 5,752,130 of NZPEL’s 19,200,688 shares. The sixth largest parcel of NZPEL shares is currently listed as held by another defunct corporation Triton Oil & Gas Cotrporation/Triton Energy Limited. The latter which was purchased by Amerada Hess Corporation in August 2001 which then changed its name to Hess Corporation on 8 May 2006.
A careful examination of the share listing on the 2010 Annual Report for New Zealand Petroleum Exploration Limited [“NZPEL”] and its latest Financial Report for the Year ended 31 March 2007, registered online with the NZ Companies Office 21 January 2010, reveals disturbing evidence of breaches of the Companies Act 1993 by the company directors.