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Published: 06.11 - 2015 22:48Printer version    
KOSMOS ENERGY LTD

Andrew G. Inglis
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

Kosmos Energy Ltd.
C/O Kosmos Energy LLC
8176 Park Lane
Suite 500
Dallas, Texas 75231

Tel: +1 214 445 9600
Fax: +1 214 363 9024


CAIRN ENERGY Plc

Simon Thomson
Chief Executive Officer

Cairn Energy Plc
50 Lothian Road
Edinburgh
EH3 9BY

T:+44 131 475 3000
F:+44 131 475 3030


SAN LEON ENERGY Plc

Oisín Fanning
Executive Chairman

San Leon Energy Plc
3300 Lake Drive
Citywest Business Campus, Dublin 24
Ireland

Tel: +353 (0)1 2916292
Email: dublin@sanleonenergy.com


TOTAL SA

Patrick Pouyanné
Chief Executive Officer

Total SA
Tour Coupole
2, place Jean Millier
Arche Nord - Coupole/Regnault
92078 Paris La Défense Cedex
France


GLENCORE Plc

Ivan Glasenberg
Chief Executive Officer

Glencore plc
Baarermattstrasse 3
CH-6340 Baar
Switzerland

Tel: +41 41 709 2000
Fax: +41 41 709 3000


TEREDO OILS LTD

Alan Soulsby
Director of Teredo Oils Ltd

Dragon Court
15 Station Road
Henley-on-thames, Oxon
RG9 1AT
United Kingdom


PETROMAROC CORPORATION Plc

D. Campbell Deacon
Interim Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

PetroMaroc Corporation Plc
1600, 840 7th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2P 3G2
Canada


NEW AGE MOROCCO LTD

Stephen J. Lowden
Chairman

New Age (African Global Energy) Ltd
8 Lancelot Place
6th Floor
Knightsbridge
London, SW7 1DR
United Kingdom


IMARA ENERGY CORP.

Chris Wright
Chief Executive Officer

Imara Energy
Suite 1200 - 570 Granville St.
Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 3P1

Telephone: +1 604 688 9008
Facsimile:  +1 888 691 0529


    

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