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Mazars resigns Independent Resources audit

HCW wins gas company audit

Mazars, the Top 20 firm, has resigned the audit of oil and gas company
Independent Resources.

In a statement, the firm said it did not believe there were any circumstances
relating to the resignation that required further reporting.

The audit has now passed to Horwath Clark Whitehill.

Independent specialises in building gas storage facilities and is working on
projects in North Africa and Italy.

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