Jupiter Energy (LON:JPRL, ASX:JPRL) says all agreements are in place to start trading on the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange.
The firm has engaged Halyk Finance to act as market maker, it said in a brief statement.
In September this year Geoff Gander, Jupiter’s chairman and chief executive, said he expected the listing will make the company more accessible to the Kazakh investment community.
Jupiter owns 100% of the Block 31 permit, located in the oil-rich Mangistau Basin, close to the port city of Aktau in western Kazakhstan.
Previously, it has repeated its full year production and sales targets after a third quarter production update.
Shares in London were unchanged at 25 pence a pop.