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Corporate Spotlight

Gasfields Limited is an Australian-based energy and gas resources exploration and development
company, working to develop gas exploration and production projects.
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INTERVIEW WITH NATHAN FEATHERBY

QUARTERLY

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QUARTERLY ACTIVITIES REPORT 

1 October 2018 – 31 December 2018

ASX Announcement 1 May 2019 


Gasfields Limited (the Company) is pleased to provide its quarterly activities report for the quarter ending 31 December 2018.


Update on Tulainyo Project and acquisition of Gasfields LLC 

As announced to the market on 5 June 2017, the Company entered an agreement to invest in the Tulainyo Gas Discovery in the Sacramento Basin in California, United States of America. The Company signed an agreement with Gasfields LLC (Gasfields), Bombora Natural Energy Pty Ltd (Bombora) (which at the time was a subsidiary of Pancontinental Oil & Gas NL (ASX: PCL)) (Pancontinental), and United Energy Royalties Pty Ltd, pursuant to which the Company had the opportunity to earn up to a 60% economic interest in Gasfields. Gasfields has the rights to farm-in to the Tulainyo Gas Discovery (Tulainyo Project), to earn up to 33.33% of that project.


The Company is the now the 100% owner of Gasfields following the acquisition of Gasfields as announced to the marker on 5 July 2018.


The Tulainyo 2-7 well has been recently drilled as planned to a total depth of 5,710 feet (1740 m), within the large, over pressured anticlinal structure following extensive pre-planning. Post well analysis indicated multiple stacked sandstone units, varying as expected in thickness and quality, all gas saturated. For further details refer to the Company’s announcement dated 8 January 2018.


Project Overruns 

On 3 September 2018 the Company announced that Bombora received a claim from the operator of the Tulainyo Gas Project California Resources Production Corporation (Operator), claiming that: 


1. Gasfields has failed to provide the required completion funds for costs allegedly incurred by the Operator in the drilling of the Tulainyo 2-7 gas appraisal well; 

2. the sum allegedly owed by Gasfields has now increased to US$1,738,273; and 

3. as Bombora has guaranteed the obligations of Gasfields in the original Farmin Agreement between Gasfields, Bombora and Cirque Resources LP of 21 March 2017, the Operator would look to Bombora to make that payment in the event that Gasfields failed to pay it, 


Prior to receipt of the claim from the Operator to Bombora above, the Company notes there was only an amount of US$321,353.00 owed by it relating to costs of the Tulainyo Gas project.


On 2 September 2018, Bombora wrote to the Operator denying any liability for the Claims referred to above and sought further information about them.


On 30 November 2018, the Company announced that as a result of its with the Operator it reached an agreement with the Operator, including to settle the overrun costs (Agreement). The Operator and the Company agreed the following:


  • Upon completion of the Company’s proposed capital raising, the Company will provide payment of US$1,000,000 (Cash Consideration) to the Operator as consideration for the following the assignment of a 6% interest to the Company in the Tulainyo Gas Project and any associated leases. 
  • The Operator will assign a further 4% interest in the Tulainyo Gas Project to the Company upon the Company paying to the operator the balance of the Overrun Costs after first deducting the Cash Consideration (Balance Payment). The Balance Payment will result in full and final settlement of the Claims made by the Operator.


The terms above will be subject to a formal legally binding agreement and will include terms that are customary in agreements of this nature (Legal Agreement). The Company will inform the market when the Legal Agreement is formally executed. 


For further details refer to the Company’s announcement dated 30 November 2018.


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WALYERING GAS PROJECT

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GASFIELDS ACQUIRES ROYALTY INTEREST IN WALYERING GAS PROJECT IN PERTH BASIN 

ASX Announcement 19 March 2019 


  • Gasfields to acquire 1.5% wellhead royalty payable over 50% of any production from EP447 (Wellhead Royalty). 
  • Gasfields has signed a binding Deed of Assignment of Royalty with ASX listed Green Power Energy Limited (ASX:GPP) to acquire Green Power Limited’s Wellhead Royalty, being the proportionate share of the tenement held by GCC Methane Pty Ltd. EP447 makes up the Walyering Project and is located in the Perth Basin.


Summary 

Gasfields Limited (ASX: GFS) (Gasfields or Company) is pleased to announce that it has executed a binding Deed of Assignment of Royalty (DAR) with ASX listed Green Power Energy Limited (ASX:GPP) (Green Power) to acquire Green Power’s 1.5% wellhead royalty over 50% of any production from EP447 (Tenement), being the proportionate share of the Tenement held by GCC Methane Pty Ltd (a wholly owned subsidiary of ASX listed Strike Energy Limited (ASX:STX), via its ownership of United Energy Limited) (GCC Methane) (Royalty Acquisition).


EP447 located in the Perth Basin western Australia makes up the Walyering Project is one of a number of early gas discoveries by West Australian Petroleum Pty Ltd in the early 1970’s, and has only been partly produced (Walyering Project).


The Walyering Project is currently subject to a Joint Venture between ASX Listed Pancontinental Oil & Gas NL (ASX: PCL) (Pancontinental) and UIL Energy Limited (UIL)( a wholly owned subsidiary of ASX listed Strike Energy Limited (ASX:STX)). Pancontinental is currently processing an application to conduct a 90km2 3D seismic survey, which is currently subject to environmental, native title and land holder approvals (Seismic Survey).



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COMPANY UPDATE

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COMPANY UPDATE 

ASX Announcement 12 March 2019 


Gasfields Limited (ASX: GFS) (Gasfields or Company) is pleased to announce and update in relation to its recent corporate activities.


Unmarketable Parcels Buy-Back 

The Company is pleased to advise that it is proposing to conduct an unmarketable parcels buy-back (Unmarketable Buy-Back).


The directors of the Company are proposing to provide eligible shareholders with the opportunity to sell their small shareholdings of Gasfields shares at no cost to the Gasfields shareholder.


Shares purchased by the Company under the Unmarketable Buy-Back will be cancelled in accordance with the requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).


Based on the share register of Gasfields as at 7pm (Sydney time) on Monday 11 March 2019, and a buy-back price of $0.002, a less than marketable parcel of shares is 250,000. Gasfields currently has 320 unmarketable parcel holders comprising 18,162,046 shares. 


Shareholders who hold more than 250,000 shares will not be eligible to participate in the Unmarketable Parcel Buy-Back.


The Company will provide full details of the Unmarketable Buy-Back in accordance with its constitution once it decides to formally progress with the Unmarketable Buy-Back. This is currently anticipated to occur in early April 2019.


Convertible Notes 

The Company is also pleased to provide an update in relation to the issue of convertible notes (Convertible Notes) as announced on 19 February 2018.


On 22 February 2019, the Company sought and subsequently received approval from its shareholders to vary the face value of the Convertible Notes to $0.001 per Note and vary the conversion price to $0.001 per share (Shareholder Approval). 


On 4 March 2019, 325,000,000 Convertible Notes were converted into shares in the Company after a number of noteholders elected to convert their Convertible Notes. This results in the issue of 328,750,000 shares in Gasfields at an issue price of $0.001 per share and included accrued interest.


The Company still holds 582,386,363 Convertible Notes on issue with a face value of $0.00176 per note and convertible at $0.00176 per share. As a result of the Shareholder Approval, these noteholders have the opportunity to vary their Convertible Notes to a face value of $0.001 per note and a conversion price of $0.001 per share. The company has engaged with the remaining noteholders with respect to the redemption and or conversion of all the remaining Convertible Notes on issue. The Company is presently finalising these arrangements and will be in a position to update the market by the end of March 2019.


Potential Acquisitions 

The Company is currently finalising negotiations and documentation with respect to a royalty acquisition over a Western Australian natural gas project. The Company anticipates that it will be in a position to confirm and announce the material terms of this proposed acquisition, along with a timetable with respect to potential re-quotation of the Company in the week commencing 18 March 2019. 


The Company remains in ongoing discussions with respect to natural gas opportunities in the United States, including proposed future activity at the Tulainyo Gas Project in the Sacramento Basin, along with further royalty opportunities both in Australia and abroad. The Company will advise the market accordingly once these discussions materialise.


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