Erin Energy ex-shareholders return to haunt Kase Lawal
Following a ruling by the Supreme Court of Delaware, Erin Energy's creditors will now have their day in court.
As the former holder of a 29% share capital in [...]
South Africa's Public Investment Corp, a former shareholder of the now closed Erin Energy, has found a way to recover some of its debt.
Erin Energy suspects the Nigerian government of violating an automatic stay prohibiting the seizure of the bankrupt company's assets.
The oil held off the Nigerian coast on the Armada [...]
Robert Lenois is accusing the board of directors of acting in bad faith by validating the decision that led to its bankruptcy.
The American courts have rekindled the Malaysian junior's hope of obtaining its claim for several million dollars from its former partner.
Severely cash-stripped, Erin Energy is pushing to use its creditors' cash collateral.
Things are heating up for Nigerian junior Erin Energy, which stopped production at its Nigerian offshore Oyo field that sits [...]
Drilling firms Transocean Offshore Gulf of Guinea VII and Indigo Drilling have won their battle against American junior Erin Energy [...]
It looks as though Agip, the Nigerian unit of Italian major ENI that has been waging a heated battle to [...]