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Mosman Oil and Gas enters farm-out agreement for Australia permit

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Mosman Oil and Gas has agreed the terms of a farm-out of the exploration permit (EP) 155 application in Australia.

Mosman owns one granted permit (EP 145) and one application (EPA 155) in the Amadeus Basin in the Northern Territory of Australia.

The farm-out agreement is with Westmarket Oil & Gas Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of unlisted public company Georgina Energy Plc, a helium focused business with various assets in Australia. The farminee will be responsible for Native Title negotiations required for the permit to be granted.

The farminee will also undertake technical work in accordance with the permit work programme, and thereby earn a 70% working interest and become operator of the permit. Mosman will retain a 30% working interest in the permit. At the time of drilling of a well, the farminee may elect to carry Mosman through the cost of the well and in that case would earn a further 15% working interest, in this scenario Mosman would retain a 15% working interest in the permit.

In addition to the forward work programme obligations set out above, Mosman will receive an immediate contribution of AUS$15 000 from the farminee in consideration for past costs and a further AUS$15 000 following completion of the required seismic re-processing work. Mosman retains its 100% interest in the EP 145 permit in the Amadeus Basin.

John W Barr, Chairman, said: "We are pleased to have concluded the farm-out on EPA 155 so that the project can be progressed at no cost to Mosman. The farminee interest is an endorsement of the potential of the permit area for both hydrocarbons and helium.”

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