Farm-In Agreement For UK Oil Field Development License

1st September 2023

We are delighted to be closing out the week with the positive announcement this morning that our shareholders, Hibiscus Petroleum Berhad and its indirect wholly owned subsidiary Anasuria Hibiscus UK Limited, and Ping Petroleum UK PLC have each entered into a separate but identical Farm-in Agreement for License P2451 with Rapid Oil Production Ltd.

Under the terms of each Farm-in Agreement, Anasuria Hibiscus and Ping Petroleum shall separately acquire 42.5% equity interest each in the Licence, with the balance 15% to remain with Rapid Oil.

The Licence holds an undeveloped oil field, Fyne Field, located in the Central North Sea, United Kingdom, with an estimated 75 MMboe STOOIP (stock tank oil initially in place.) Upon completion of the proposed acquisition, Anasuria Hibiscus shall be appointed as operator of the field development. First oil is expected in 2026, whereupon Anasuria Operating Company Limited (equally owned by Anasuria Hibiscus and Ping Petroleum) will take over as operator of the Fyne production from Anasuria Hibiscus

The Fyne Field has a water depth of about 90m. As it is approximately 16kms from the Anasuria Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel, the plan is to initially tie-back a single well development to the FPSO vessel. The addition of the Fyne Field is expected to increase the value and extend the field life of the existing Anasuria Cluster of assets.

The deal is subject to approval by the North Sea Transition Authority.

Today’s announcement with the recent approval for the Teal West development has the potential to be transformational for Anasuria, providing us with a clear path to asset life extension and an exciting new phase of Anasuria’s journey.