Subsidiaries of Trinity E&P file for bankruptcy protection

Several subsidiaries of Trinity Exploration and Production – an E&P company focused on Trinidad & Tobago offshore and onshore projects – have filed for bankruptcy protection, according to Reuters.

A statement from Trinity, the debt-laden parent company, named nine subsidiaries that have filed notices of intention to make proposals to creditors under Trinidad & Tobago’s bankruptcy laws.

With the filing the firm should be able to continue operating while it tries to work out settlements with creditors.

In a statement, San Fernando, Trinidad-based Trinity said it “continues to pursue a wider financial restructuring solution” to its problems.


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