Petroceltic chief executive officer Brian O’Cathain survived the attempted putsch by its 28 per cent shareholder Worldview. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill.

Computershare, the global business services company that collated the votes at a fraught Petroceltic International EGM on Wednesday, has rejected cri(...)

Angelo Moskov, CEO Worldview Capital, speaking watched by Alasdair Robinson, company secretary, Robert Adair, chairman, Brian O’Cathain, chief executive officer at the Petroceltic EGM, in Kildare Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Security was tight in the Royal College of Physicians for Petroceltic’s extraordinary general meeting, called by its biggest shareholder Worldview Cap(...)

Brian O’Cathain, chief executive of  explorer Petroceltic International, has survived an attempt to oust him Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Brian O’Cathain, the chief executive of oil explorer Petroceltic International who survived an attempt by Worldview Capital to oust him at a shareh(...)

Shareholder advisory firm Glass Lewis benchmarked Petroceltic’s performance, in terms of total shareholder returns, against peers including Circle Oil, Afren and Cairn Energy. Photograph: Thinkstock

A report by the shareholder advisory firm Glass Lewis on the dispute between Petroceltic International and its dissident 28 per cent shareholder, Wor(...)

The Royal College of Physicians is the battleground next Wednesday in one of the more intriguing corporate battles of recent times, when Worldview Cap(...)

Brian O’Cathain of Petroceltic: the Dublin-based oil and gas exploration company is still in the sights of Dragon Oil, which aborted a £500 million bid for it in December. Photograph: Eric Luke

Petroceltic International, the Dublin-based oil and gas company embroiled in a bitter row with its biggest shareholder, Worldview Capital, is still i(...)

Petroceltic chief executive Brian O’Cathain. Petroceltic International has urged shareholders to vote against the resolutions proposed by Worldview at the upcoming EGM.

Petroceltic International, the exploration company embroiled in a bitter struggle with its major shareholder Worldview Capital, has launched an intens(...)

Petroceltic chief executive Brian O’Cathain. The Irish exploration firmhas consistently rejected the claims made by Worldview

Worldview Capital Management, which holds more than 28 per cent of the share capital of Petroceltic, is seeking an extraordinary general meeting (EGM)(...)

Petroceltic chief executive Brian O’Cathain. Worldview Capital Management, which has a 17% stake in the exploration group, says the recent placing contained a number of corporate governance failings

Dublin-based oil and gas exploration group Petroceltic has denied allegations of corporate governance failings over its recent $100 million share plac(...)

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