The Australian-listed Indonesia-focussed oil producer said it had relied on ASIC's 20-068MR guidelines where ASIC had adopted a two-month ‘no action' position for entities with a financial year ended 31 December 2019, allowing them to postpone AGMs until the end of July 2020.
"The situation regarding public gatherings remains dynamic and the health of our shareholders, employees and the broader community remains paramount. We will continue to monitor the regulatory response to the crisis and will provide further information on the revised timing of our AGM via announcement to the ASX," Bass said
Earlier this month the company reported monthly production fell 2% in April over March to 666 barrels of oil per day but May production has risen to over 700bopd.
April production was 19,993 barrels with 10,996bbl net to Bass and sales stood at 11,001bbl net to Bass.
Production at its Tangai-Sukananti field remains largely unaffected by COVID-19 restrictions, though cost reduction measures have allowed the fields to generate cash flow with operating costs including overheads at $20 per barrel
To date this month the average price Bass has received for its oil is $23.50/bbl.