Lansdowne’s Non-Executive Director Resigns (Ireland)

Lansdowne's Non-Executive Director Resigns (Ireland)

Lansdowne Oil & Gas plc, the Dublin-based exploration company, announces the resignation of Non-Executive Director Steven Bertram with immediate effect. The Board of Lansdowne wishes to record its thanks to Mr Bertram for his service to the Company.

The Company also announces that it has appointed John Aldersey-Williams (aged 50) to the Board of Lansdowne as a Non-Executive Director, also with immediate effect.

John Aldersey-Williams has worked in the energy business for more than 25 years. In 2001, he founded Redfield Consulting Limited, a consultancy offering commercial, strategic and economic advice to companies across the zero-carbon energy space. Redfield advised public and private sector clients in wind and marine energy, as well as in carbon capture and storage and policy areas. He was also a founder Director of Reach Exploration Limited, a small UK oil exploration company which pioneered the “promote” business model on the UKCS. Prior to this, he held a number of commercial and technical roles in the upstream oil industry, as well as three years in a specialist energy corporate finance team in a leading merchant bank.

Mr Aldersey-Williams has confirmed that there are no other matters to be disclosed in relation to Schedule 2(g) of the AIM Rules.

Johnny Greenall, Chairman of Lansdowne commented:

“On behalf of Lansdowne I would like to thank Steven Bertram for his substantial contribution to the Company’s activities since the Lansdowne flotation in 2006 and we wish him all the best for his future work within the SeaEnergy Group. I would also like to welcome John Aldersey-Williams, CEO of SeaEnergy, to the Lansdowne Board and we look forward to working with him to progress our projects offshore Ireland.”

Press Release, September 11, 2012

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