Archive | September, 2011

Struck off one week, dissolved the next

29 Sep


Greenfield Project Management Ltd

17 Dec 2005 — 23 Sept 2011

That did not take the Companies Registration Office very long.

They strike off Greenfield on 18 September, then five days later dissolve the company. They may take a while to investigate these things, but when they make a decision they act fast. Bye-bye, Greenfield…


However, even at the CRO it’s not yet ‘GAME OVER’. A sister company still exists.

This is Eurasia Energy Project (EEP) Ltd, also with Michael Rietveld listed as director. Company number 417115. This one, oddly enough, had accounts filed as late as last year for the year 2009, while Greenfield filed no accounts after those for 2008.

The purpose of this company, if it had ever been activated, would have been to develop the bio-remediation aspect of the Belarus project, aimed at removing radioactivity from the soil by repeated cropping of biomass for production of biofuels.


Same accommodation address, same secretary. A change of director was filed effective from 1 July 2010, presumably as a result of the departure of Mrs Anne McClain, also a director of EEP, from Greenfield around the same time.

Greenfield is not even a ghost

23 Sep

Finally, Greenfield Project Management Ltd was removed from the list of registered companies by Ireland’s Companies Registration Office on 18 September 2011.

Greenfield no longer exists even as a ‘ghost’ company.


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