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Byron Energy completes SM58 acquisition

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Byron Energy Limited (‘Byron’ or the ‘Company’) is very pleased to announce it has closed on the acquisition of South Marsh Island Block 58, SM 58 E1 producing wellbore, and the associated SM69 E Platform and Flowlines, for US$4.25 million, being the price effective January 1st, 2019.

Byron now holds all of the rights, title, and interest in and to the SM58 Lease Block with 100% working interest (‘WI’) and 83.33% net revenue interest (‘NRI’) to a depth of 13,639 ft. subsea, 50% WI and 41.67% NRI below 13 639’TVD, and 53% WI (44.165% NRI) in the associated non-operated producing assets being the SM69 E Platform, the E1 wellbore, and the E platform to B platform pipelines located within SM69; all part of the greater SM73 Field (refer to Attachment 1).

The effective date of the transaction is January 1st, 2019, with relevant details of the acquisition previously outlined in the Company’s February 14th, 2019 ASX announcement. Lease assignments and other required filings have been submitted for customary recordation and regulatory approvals.

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