Sirius confirms that the following documents are being posted or otherwise made available to shareholders and published on the Company’s website at:

• Letter to Shareholders and Notice of Annual General Meeting 2020 (“Notice”).

• Proposed New Articles of Association.

• Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2019.

• Consent to Electronic Communications and reply. Notice of Annual General Meeting The Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held at the offices of Sirius Petroleum Plc at: 25 Bury Street, London, SW1Y 6AL at 10.00 a.m. on 30 December 2020.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the latest HM Government compulsory measures prohibiting public gatherings, shareholders will not be able to attend our 2020 AGM in person and are requested to submit their votes by proxy. The AGM will be convened with the minimum necessary quorum of two shareholders which will be satisfied by the Chair and another Director or the Company Secretary. No business will be considered other than the Resolutions dealt with in the Notice referenced above. The Company is taking these precautionary measures to safeguard its shareholders’ and employees’ health and make the AGM as safe and efficient as possible. No physical form of proxy is now being provided with the Notice. Rather, shareholders are asked to submit their votes electronically and further details are provided in the Notice. We are disappointed that we are having to adopt these measures and appreciate our shareholders’ understanding in these unprecedented circumstances.

Consent to Electronic Communications The Company’s articles of association permit the Company to supply certain notices, documents and information to its members by making them available on the Company’s website. This means that the Company has the ability to publish documents such as its annual report and any notice of general meeting on its website instead of printing and posting them out to members. Reducing the number of communications sent by post will not only result in cost savings for the Company, but it will also reduce the impact that unnecessary printing and distribution of documents has on the environment. Company law requires that members are asked individually to consent to this method of publication.

We are, therefore, seeking your agreement to receive future documents and information generally via the Company’s website as a default method of communication, as per the form of consent which is being posted to shareholders and is also available from the Company’s website at:


For enquiries, please contact via email:

Simon Hawkins

Company Secretary

Sirius Petroleum Plc