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Community

Aminex PLC believes that continuous improvement in the areas of Environment, Community and Safety is fundamental to ongoing sustainability and success.

The Company's good reputation as a corporate citizen has been achieved by:

. Working closely with neighbours and co-occupiers of the land
. Supporting local communities through sponsorship and resources
. Providing public information about environmental, community, health and safety aspects of the business; and
. Encouraging the services of local suppliers where possible

Aminex has strived to foster a lasting and tangible relationship with the local communities and stakeholder groups where it works, and is aware that in addition to regulatory operating approvals, the Company also requires community acceptance to operate and that this acceptance has to be earned.

Aminex is committed to working in an effective and collaborative manner with the local communities that co-exist with its operations.

To achieve this Aminex has and will continue to:

. Establish and maintain positive and meaningful communication with all affected groups
. Consult with the people whose land may be affected by its activities
. Engage with relevant groups on various community projects

Aminex supports local community initiatives where possible. It is a supporter of WA Surgical Mission Tanzania (www.asanterafiki.com) and Australia Tanzania Young Ambassadors (www.youngambassadors.com.au). Aminex also contributes to community projects, such as schools and hospitals.

Health, Safety and Environment Policy

Aminex values the safety and health of all its employees, contractors and the wider community in which it operates.

As standard practise, the Company:

Does not compromise on safety
Complies with legislative requirements
Identifies, assesses and manages environmental health and safety hazards, risks and impacts
Promotes continuous improvement practices within all aspects of the business
Minimises workplace exposure to hazards
Understands and works to meet the expectations of the community
Provides appropriate training to employees and contractors to ensure occupation, health and safety responsibilities are understood.

Environmental Policy

Successful environmental management is dependent on recognising, avoiding and minimising environmental impact. Aminex is aware that protection of the environment requires careful planning and commitment at all levels within the Company. Best environmental practice demands a continuing, integrated process through all phases of a project.

Environmental management is a core business requirement for Aminex, essential to long-term success. Aminex complies with all relevant legislative requirements and commitments applicable to its operations, and where practicable, exceeds these requirements. In addition, Aminex is committed to achieving environmental management standards through continuous improvement of its environmental performance.

The Company is a member of local and regional environmental groups and associations. This allows for up to date information and industry best practices to be readily adopted in all phases of the Group's operations.

Bribery Act

Aminex has strict anti-bribery procedures and policies in place and ensures that its employees observe these at all times in carrying out the Company’s business. All employees and consultants are required to confirm their understanding of the Group’s anti-bribery policy.

Tanzania

. Tanzania Resources

. Ruvuma

. Kiliwani North

. Nyumi
 

Other assets can be found in Egypt and Moldova.

 

 

 

 

 

London
Aminex Petroleum Services Limited
Kings Buildings
16 Smith Square
London, UK
SW1P 3JJ
Tel: +44 (0)20 3198 8415
Email: [email protected]
 


Tanzania
Ndovu Resources Ltd
Plot No. 431, Mahando Street
Msasani Peninsular
PO Box 105589
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tel: +255 (0)22 2600814
Fax: +255 (0)22 2601809

John Bell
Chairman

John Bell is a Chartered Engineer with over 30 years experience in the energy sector having worked at Vice President or Managing Director level at BP, Statoil AS and Suncor Energy (Syria).

He has spent a large part of his career in the Middle East, as well as time in North Africa, FSU, the Americas, the UK North Sea, Scandinavia & the Caribbean. Mr Bell has a First Class Honours Degree in Engineering from Strathclyde University in Scotland and studied Executive Leadership at Haas Business School, University of Berkeley California. Previous public company directorships include Gulfkeystone Petroleum, Tethys Petroleum and he is currently Managing Director of Gulfsands Petroleum.


Tom Mackay
Executive Director

Tom Mackay is a Geologist/Petroleum Engineer with a successful career in petroleum operations, management and financing. With a BSc (Hons) in geology from Durham University, he began his career as a Petroleum Engineer with Shell and subsequently moved to Clyde Petroleum PLC where he became Manager, Existing Ventures until it was acquired by Gulf Canada in 1997. Since then he has been an active petroleum consultant on acquisition and new venture projects with a wide range of clients, including Petrofac and Enquest. For a period he served as CEO of a private E&P company, Oil Quest Holdings Limited and from 2002 to 2007 he held senior management positions at Stratic Energy Corporation. He is currently a Partner in Gemini Oil & Gas Advisors LLP which acts as technical and financial advisor to the Gemini Oil & Gas Funds, investing in global appraisal and development projects. He was appointed a non-executive director of Aminex in September 2014 and interim Chief Executive Officer in May 2019.


Max Williams
Executive Director

Max Williams is a director of the Company and its Chief Financial Officer. He is a Chartered Accountant and joined Aminex from the accounting profession in 1994, progressing through all phases of its financial management, initially in Russia and more recently in the Company’s African ventures. He has overseen the legal and regulatory aspects of numerous equity projects and other financing activities for the Company and is responsible for the Group’s accounting and treasury functions.


Ola Fjeld
Non-executive Director

Ola Fjeld has 30+ years of diverse industry experience in Norway and internationally. He has worked for large international service companies as well as starting an oil and gas software company VoxelVision. The company was acquired by Schlumberger and the technologies from VoxelVision and GigaViz forms the seismic interpretation parts of the world leading G&G software package Petrel. He is currently the Chief Operating Officer of ARA Petroleum LLC responsible for two subsidiary E&P companies operating in Oman. He holds a Master’s degree from NTNU, Norway.


Sultan Al-Ghaithi
Non-executive Director

Sultan Al-Ghaithi has over 18 years of industry experience and is currently Chief Executive Officer of Ara Petroleum LLC where he is responsible for two subsidiary E&P companies operating in Oman. He is a wellsite engineer by background and has previously worked with Petroleum Development Oman and Weatherford International where he was Country and Area Manager in Oman. He was appointed a Director of Aminex in October 2017.

Linda Beal
Non-executive Director

Linda Beal is a Chartered Accountant and has over 30 years’ experience with PwC including over 16 years as partner, during which time she led services to various international resources groups and advised on many transactions. Linda was also a partner at Grant Thornton for two years, where she led the global energy and natural resources group, with a significant focus on Africa. Linda is currently a non-executive director and Audit and Risk Committee Chair at Kropz plc and a non-executive director and Audit Committee Chair at San Leon Energy plc.

London

Aminex Petroleum Services Limited
Kings Buildings
16 Smith Square
London, UK
SW1P 3JJ
Tel: +44 (0)20 3198 8415
Email: [email protected]
 

Tanzania

Ndovu Resources Ltd
Plot No. 431, Mahando Street
Msasani Peninsular
PO Box 105589
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tel: +255 (0)22 2600814
Fax: +255 (0)22 2601809

 

Shareholder Information
Issued and fully diluted shares
 
The following information is correct as of February 2019. There are approximately 3.64 billion fully paid ordinary shares in issue and approximately 7,000 registered shareholders.
 
Total shares in issue (AEX)
3,770,684,843
 
Unexercised executive options
178,250,000
 
Fully diluted share capital
3,821,708,062
 
Notified interests:
 
Eclipse Investments LLC
28.36%
 
Majedie Asset Management Limited
9.33%
 
Aminex Board of Directors
1.46%

 

Registered Office:

6 Northbrook Road, Dublin 6, Ireland

Registered Number:

72399

LSE Ticker:

AEX

ISIN:

IE0003073255

Share Registry:

Computershare, Heron House,
Corrig Road
Sandyford Industrial Estate,
Dublin 18, Ireland
Tel: +3531 216 3100
Fax: +3531 216 3150
e-mail: [email protected]


Public Relations:

Camarco, UK
Tel: +44 20 3757 4980

UK Stockbrokers:

Shore Capital Stockbrokers
Limited, UK

Irish Stockbrokers and Sponsors:

Davy, Ireland

UK Solicitors:

Ashurst, UK


Irish Solicitors:

Byrne Wallace, Ireland