Source: Twitter
  • PetroTal Corp. (TAL) has received approval to list its common shares  on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)
  • The company’s common shares will begin trading on the TSX from February 16, 2023, under its current trading symbol TAL
  • The company’s common shares will be delisted from the TSX Venture Exchange
  • PetroTal is an oil and gas development and production company domiciled in Calgary, Alberta, focused on the development of oil assets in Peru
  • PetroTal Corp. opened trading at $0.68 per share

PetroTal Corp. (TAL) has received approval to list its common shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX).

The company’s common shares will begin trading on the TSX at market open on February 16 under the company’s current trading symbol TAL.

The company’s common shares will be delisted from the TSX Venture Exchange.

Shareholders are not required to exchange their share certificates or take any other action in connection with the TSX listing, as there will be no change in the trading symbol or CUSIP for the common shares.

“PetroTal has delivered considerable value for its stakeholders in a short period of time being listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, and this graduation to the TSX is an important next step that will help increase our global investor base and offers a greater platform to expand our value proposition,” stated Manuel Pablo Zuniga-Pflucker, President and Chief Executive Officer.

“We are grateful to the TSX Venture Exchange for being supportive during this initial phase of our growth and are excited to embark on this next chapter,” he added.

PetroTal is an oil and gas development and production company domiciled in Calgary, Alberta, focused on the development of oil assets in Peru. PetroTal’s flagship asset is its 100- per-cent working interest in the Bretana oil field in Peru’s Block 95, where oil production was initiated in June 2018.

PetroTal Corp. (TAL) opened trading at $0.68 per share.


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