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Offer details
Expected size of offer (M): US$90
Expected first date of trading: 14/02/2013
Market: AIM
Location of address at which admission document will be available: The Admission Document containing full details about the applicant and the admission of its securities will be available during normal business hours from the offices of Ashurst LLP, Broadwalk House, 5 Appold Street, London EC2A 2HA from the date of the document until at least 30 days after the date of Admission and will be available for viewing on the Company's website at www.bayfieldenergy.com (up to Admission) or www.trinityexploration.com (following Admission).
Date at which admission document will be available: -

Advisors
Sponsor: -
Nominated Advisor (AIM Companies): Seymour Pierce (current), RBC Europe Limited (proposed)
Nominated Broker (AIM Companies): Seymour Pierce/FirstEnergy Capital LLP (current), RBC Europe Limited, which trades as RBC Capital Markets/Jefferies International Limited (proposed)

Company details
Name Role
Finian Rory O'Sullivan Executive Chairman, Non-Exective Director (after admission)
Hywel Rhys Richard John Chief Executive Officer
Andrey Pannikov Non-Executive Director
Jonathan Gervaise Fitzpatrick Cooke Non-Executive Director
David Archibald MacFarlane Non-Executive Director
Bruce Alan Ian Dingwall (proposed) Executive Chairman
Joel Montgomery (proposed) Chief Executive Officer
Charles Anthony Brash Junior (proposed) Non-Executive Director
Ronald Harford (proposed) Independent Non-Executive Director
David Archibald MacFarlane (proposed) Non-Executive Director

Facts and Figures
Fiscal year end: 31 December
Incorporated in: England and Wales
Website URL: www.bayfieldenergy.com until Admission, www.trinityexploration.com thereafter
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Description of business:
Bayfield is the parent company of an independent oil and gas exploration and production group, which was established in order to develop a portfolio of interests providing current production, near-term development, appraisal and exploration opportunities. The group was established in 2008 by former executives of Burren Energy who left that company following its acquisition by Eni. Bayfield's ordi...

Person(s) interested:
Pre admission: Andrey Pannikov (1) 17.79% Finian O'Sullivan (2) 16.75% Brian Thurley 11.45% BlackRock Investment Management 9.51% Alta Limited 4.51% (1) Includes 1.41% held by Latravia Limited and 16.15% held by Lion Invest and Trade Limited (2) Includes 13.53% held by Prelude Holdings Limited Post admission: Bruce Dingwall 6.10% Charles Anthony Brash Junior and family (1) 5.90% Jonathan Murphy 5.14% Finian O'Sullivan 3.83% Regent Pacific Group Limited 3.73% David Segal 3.46% (1) of which 3.07% will be held by Well Services Petroleum Company Limited


Bayfield Energy Holdings plc (to be renamed Trinity Exploration & Production plc upon Admission)

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