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1. Name of each applicant in full (A).
2. If the application is made by more than one person (B), and the applicants have agreed on the manner in which the benefits resulting from the exploitation of the licence should be shared between them, the share each applicant would be entitled to take.
3. Name of proposed operator.
4. A description of the area in respect of which the application is made, including its size in square kilometres, and reference to the map which accompanies the application.
5. An analysis of the geology of the area to which the application relates, identifying, in particular, petroleum prospects.
6. The technical data on which the analysis is based.
7. The work programme for evaluating the potential petroleum production from the area to which the application relates which the applicant would be prepared to undertake under the licence applied for.
8. Evidence of the applicant’s technical and financial capacity to undertake that work programme, including the number of staff the applicant intends to assign for that purpose and any relevant technical qualifications held by those staff.
9. An explanation of the way in which the work programme takes account of the analysis of the geology.
10. In respect of each applicant who is an individual—
(a)usual residential address;
11. In respect of each applicant which is a body corporate (C)—
(a)place of incorporation;
(b)principal place of business;
(c)in the case of a company, its registered office;
(d)place from which the applicant’s operations under the licence will be directed and controlled;
(e)place from which any commercial activities in connection with the licence will be directed and controlled;
(f)particulars of each member of the board of directors or other governing body of the body corporate, as follows—
(ii)usual residential address,
(g)where the applicant is or has a subsidiary (as defined in section 1159 of the Companies Act 2006), a diagram identifying any companies of which it is a subsidiary and any subsidiaries it has;
(h)the training provided in the three year period ending on the date of the application for the licence for the technical staff whom the applicant expects to employ in connection with the exploration for and production of petroleum from the licensed area;
(i)particulars of capital authorised and issued, as follows—
(i)class of capital,
(iv)voting rights of each class (D);
(j)particulars of all holdings of not less than 5 per cent in number or value of any class of capital which has been issued by the body corporate, as follows—
(i)i)name of holder or names of joint holders, in full,
(ii)nationality of holder(s),
(iii)class of holding,
(k)particulars of all capital issued to bearer, as follows—
(i)class of capital,
(ii)total amount issued,
(iii)amount issued to bearer.
12. Details of the fees which accompany the application.
If there is more than one applicant all the information relating to each applicant which is required should be grouped together in the order in which the applicants are named in paragraph 2.
Where there is more than one signature, the applicant to which each signature relates should be identified.
If the body corporate does not possess a capital structure, any comparable information concerning the items listed should be furnished.
The voting rights of each class need not be produced if a copy of the memorandum and articles of association, or other document setting out or defining the constitution, of the body corporate accompanies the application.”
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