Maurel et Prom : Maurel et Prom : 12-Month sales 2012: €472 million

     Maurel et Prom : Maurel et Prom : 12-Month sales 2012: €472 million

                                                                             


                                                        Paris, 7 February 2013

                                                                     No 03-13

12-month sales 2012: €472 million (+26% vs 2011, +118% vs 2010)

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Sales for FY 2012 up 26% over 2011

                                                      12       12 months Chg.
in € M            Q1 2012 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012   months      2011    12/11
                                                     2012
    Exchange rate  1.311   1.284   1.250   1.298     1.286      1.392    -8%
              $/€                                                        
            Gabon  137.3   90.1    95.5    147.8     470.7       414.9    13%
         Colombia   3.1     4.9     3.5     5.3      16.8         0.0      
            Congo   0.0     0.0     0.0     0.0       0.0         0.2      
         Tanzania   0.2     0.2     0.3     0.3       1.0         0.7      
  Oil production  140.6   95.2    99.4    153.5     488.5       415.8    17%
 Impact of hedges  -7.9    -1.9    -3.3    -3.3      -16.4       -42.3     
                                                                        
     Consolidated  132.8   93.2    95.9    150.1     472.0       373.5    26%
            sales
                                                                        

The Group's consolidated sales  totalled €472 million, a  26% increase on  the 
previous year.

This increase was  mainly due to  higher volumes  being sold in  Gabon, in  an 
environment of steady selling prices (US$110.6/bbl in 2012 versus US$110.9/bbl
on average in 2011).

Oil hedges had a limited negative impact over the year due to the reduction in
hedged volumes compared to the previous year. For 2013, hedged volumes, as  of 
today, are significantly lower. Impact on  consolidated sales in 2013 is  only 
on 500 boepd  with an average  price of US$87  per barrel. It  should also  be 
noted that there was a favourable movement in the US$/€ exchange rate (-8%) in
2012.

In addition, the Group saw oil sales from the Sabanero field in Colombia total
US$16.8 million (M&P share 50.01%) for the 2012 financial year.

Note that the Group's consolidated sales  have more than doubled in two  years 
(see table below). This upward trend  should continue in the coming  financial 
years with the  increases in  oil production in  Gabon and  Colombia, and  gas 
production in Tanzania.

in € M                                           Chg.                 Chg.
                   12 months 2012 12 months 2011 12/11 12 months 2010 12/10

     Exchange rate     1.286          1.392       -8%      1.392       -8%
                                                                   
             Gabon     470.7          414.9       13%      253.9       85%
          Colombia      16.8           0.0                 0.0         
             Congo      0.0            0.2                 0.0         
          Tanzania      1.0            0.7                 0.6         
   Oil production     488.5          415.8       17%      254.5       92%
  Impact of hedges     -16.4          -42.3               -37.9        
                                                                   
Consolidated sales     472.0          373.5       26%      216.6      118%

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2012 production data for Gabon and Colombia

                                                                12       12
                        Q1 2012  Q2 2012  Q3 2012  Q4 2012    months   months
                                                               2012     2011
                                                          
Production at            17,493  17,982  18,704  21,615   18,955  18,140
100%          bopd                                                      
                                                           
                         16,575 16,407  17,313  20,451   17,693   18,140
Gabon                                                                     
                                                       
                               1,575  1,391  1,164   1,262      -
Colombia                918                                          
                                                         
                         14,587  14,765  15,413  17,966   15,688   15,461
M&P share     bopd                                                      
                                                           
                         14,128 13,978  14,717  17,384   15,057   15,461
Gabon                                                                     
                                                      
                                                   631      -
Colombia                459     788     696     582                  
                                                         
                         13,780  13,946  14,391  16,968   14,776   14,607
Entitlements  bopd                                                      
                                                           
                         13,348 13,206  13,902  16,421   14,224   14,607
Gabon                                                                     
                                                      
                                                   552      -
Colombia                432     741     489     547                  
                                                          
Production               19,785  10,006  12,420  19,939   15,541  14,269
sold          bopd                                                      
Average sale
price         US$/bbl
                                                       
                                101.5  108.4  108.1  110.6    110.9 
Gabon                 118.9                      
                                                
                                              105.0  99.5      - 
Colombia              104.7   93.3   96.2      
                                             

In Gabon, gross production from fields was 22,000 boepd in December 2012.

The connection  of new  wells  and the  development of  production  processes, 
combined with the improved  performance of water  injection, should allow  the 
Group to increase its production to over 27,000 bopd by the end of 2013.

In Colombia,  the level  of production  remains relatively  consistent. It  is 
restricted by  the  still  limited  number and  capacity  of  water  treatment 
infrastructures (16,450  barrels of  fluid) while  awaiting production  permit 
approval, expected for June 2013.

Up until 31 August 2012, oil deliveries to the Barranquilla and Guaduas  sites 
were made by truck. In September, Hocol took over the marketing and routing of
oil with entitlements at the Guaduas site, thereby reducing the selling  price 
discount compared  to  Brent (down  US$13.6/bbl  on average  from  January  to 
September, and down US$3.9/bbl on average from September to December 2012).
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GLOSSARY

Gross production: production at 100%.

Working interest production: gross production - partners' share.

Mining royalties in Gabon: royalties are paid in foreign currencies in Gabon.

Entitlements: working interest production -  royalties paid in-kind -  in-kind 
State share of profit oil + corporation tax if the State's profit oil is  paid 
in kind.

Production sold: entitlements +/- stock.

Sale price: in Gabon,  prices are set  by the State based  on oil quality  and 
benchmark prices. The  mutually-agreed costs to  achieve commercial  viability 
must then be deducted from these prices.

Sales: entitlements  x sale  price.  Sales are  recognised on  the  production 
extraction date.

Taxes and duties: profit oil due to the Gabonese Government is paid in foreign
currencies for the Banio field and in  kind for the Onal, Omko, Omgw and  Ombg 
fields. Corporation tax  in Gabon is  included in the  State's profit oil  and 
systematically recognised as sales.

Q2 sales: sales for the second  quarter are calculated by deducting sales  for 
the first quarter from the figure for half-year sales.

Q3 sales: sales for  the third quarter are  calculated by deducting sales  for 
the first half of the year from the total sales for the first nine months.

Q4 sales: sales for the fourth  quarter are calculated by deducting sales  for 
the first nine months of the year from the total sales for the full 12 months.

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