RED EMPEROR RESOURCES NL: Georgian Update

3 September 2013 
                       Red Emperor Resources NL 
                            GEORGIAN UPDATE 
Red Emperor Resources NL ("Red Emperor" or "the Company") has today been
provided with an update on its Georgian Project by Joint Venture partner Range
Resources Limited ("Range"). Red Emperor owns 20% of the Georgian Project by
way of its 20% shareholding in license holder and operator, Strait Oil & Gas
UK. 
Please find attached Range's AIM announcement. 
For and on behalf of the Board 
Greg Bandy
Executive Director 
For further information please visit www.redemperorresources.com or contact: 
Red Emperor
Greg Bandy +61 8 9225 2826
Rebecca Sandford +44 20 7025 7040 
Fox-Davies Capital Limited (Nominated Adviser and Broker)
Susan Walker / Simon Leathers +44 20 3463 5000
Daniel Fox-Davies / Richard Hail +44 20 3463 5000 
Background 
Red Emperor Resources NL (ASX: RMP | AIM: RMP) is a natural resources
exploration company with interests in the frontier state of Puntland, Somalia
and the Republic of Georgia. 
In Puntland, Red Emperor holds a 20% working interest in two licences
encompassing the highly prospective Dharoor and Nugaal valleys. These two
exploration areas cover over 36,000km2. Horn Petroleum, the operator and 60%
interest holder, has completed a two well program with the JV having now
entered the next phase of the two Production Sharing Contracts across both
blocks. 
In the Republic of Georgia, Red Emperor has a 20% working interest in onshore
blocks VIa and VIb, covering approximately 6,500km2. After the drilling of the
first well in July 2011 Mukhiani -1 the JV has focused on evaluating the large
unconventional CBM potential of the area, as it is seen to be relatively low
risk and has the potential to contribute cash flow to fund further exploration
if successful. 
The Contingent Resource estimate quoted above of 400bcf of CBM gas at the
Tkibuli project is sourced from the publically available report by Advanced
Resources International's ("ARI") prepared in 2009: CMM and CBM development in
the Tkibuli-Shaori Region, Georgia. Advanced Resources International, Inc.,
2009. Prepared for GIG/Saknakhshiri and U.S. Trade and Development Agency. The
report can be viewed at:
http://www.globalmethane.org/documents/toolsres_coal_overview_ch13.pdf 
The Joint Venture technical consultants have not yet reviewed the details of
ARI's resource estimate and the reliability of this estimate and its
compliance with the SPE reporting guidelines or other standard is uncertain.
Red Emperor and its JV partners will be seeking to confirm this resource
estimate, and seek to define reserves, through its appraisal program and
review of historical data during the next 12 months. 
Competent Person 
The technical information included in this Announcement with respect to
Georgia was prepared by Dr. M. Arif Yukler, COO of SOG Georgia. Dr Yukler is a
geologist who is a suitably qualified person with more than 38 years of
experience in the international oil & gas industry, and in assessing
hydrocarbon reserves. Dr Yukler has advised companies and government entities
of all size from small caps to super-majors, as well as state regulatory
authorities on the management of resources and exploration areas. Dr. Yukler
has reviewed the release and consents to the inclusion of the technical
information with respect to Georgia. 
3 September 2013 
The Manager
Company Announcements
Australian Securities Exchange Limited
Level 6, 20 Bridge Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Via E–lodgement 
                       Georgia and Texas Update 
Range Resources Limited ("Range" or "the Company") is pleased to
provide an update with respect to its Georgian and Texas projects. 
Georgia 
Following on from the completion of the 200 km 2D seismic program
earlier this year, the Company engaged Senior Geologist, Dr. M. Arif Yukler
and his team to perform a full review of both the conventional and
unconventional (Coal Bed Methane) hydrocarbon potential on blocks VI a and VI
b. 
Dr Yukler's review incorporated the 610 km of 2D seismic acquired
across the two licences in 2009 and 2012/13, along with incorporating all of
the older Soviet data that existed across the blocks including seismic, well
logs and geochemical information. 
Following the extensive review, which included pseudo 3D
quantitative basin modelling of the blocks, the targeted hydrocarbon in-place
and reserve calculations for blocks VI a and VI b were completed with the
results being highly encouraging as summarised below: 
Conventional            Conventional Oil   Conventional Gas
Undiscovered Oil / Gas      (mmbbls)            (Tcf)
in Place 
                    (best estimate)    (best estimate)
Total Oil / Gas in            403                18.4
Place
Range Attributable            181                8.3
(45%) 
* Low to high ranges of the in-place undiscovered oil and gas
volumes have not yet been estimated. Range is currently undertaking further
modelling work to provide such ranges. 
CBM Reserve          Proved (1P)    Proved &      Proved &    Estimated
Estimates                         Probable (2P)  Probable &     Total 


                       Reserve    Reserve (Bcf)   Possible   Gas-in-Place
                        (Bcf)                       (3P)        (Tcf)
                                                Reserve(Bcf)

Total Gas In Place        0             0           508          3.16
Range Attributable        0             0           229          1.42
(45%)

* The reserve estimates reflect conservatively applied recovery
factors. It is noted that recovery factors for CBM range as high as 60% based
on feasibility work performed to date.

Conventional Oil and Gas

Based on the pseudo 3D quantitative basin modelling of the blocks,
conventional oil and gas generation was computed from the two primary
potential source rocks, Toarcian and Upper Bajocian. The potential amount of
undiscovered oil in place in the potential reservoir targets generated from
the Toarcian and the Upper Bajocian source rocks have been estimated as 403
mmbbls (best estimate - 100% basis). The estimated conventional undiscovered
gas in place in the potential reservoir targets generated from the Toarcian
and the Upper Bajocian source rocks is 18.4 Tcf (best estimate - 100% basis).
Based on current estimated reservoir parameters, targeted recovery factors for
the undiscovered oil and gas estimates are currently 20-30%. However, these
estimates are subject to significant uncertainty.

Coal Bed Methane

Work was also undertaken to review the coal bed methane ("CBM")
potential that existed across the licences, over and above the previously
reported Tkibuli prospect, with the total CBM resource calculated using the
isopach maps for the Upper Bathonian coaly section. The coaly section covers
368 km2 and 83 km2 in blocks VI a and VI b, respectively. A continuously thick
and high quality coal area of 36 km2 was delineated by more than 300 wells in
Block VI a. All these wells encountered gas in the Upper Bathonian coally
section. The CBM reserves in this area are computed as being at the Proved,
Probable & Possible (3P) category. The blocks are estimated to contain 3P gas
reserves of 508 Bcf (100% bais) and a total of CBM gas in place of 3.16 Tcf
(100% basis).

The results of this extensive review clearly show that both blocks
have significant gas potential and good oil potential. The compilation of all
the available data and re-evaluation of the geochemical data show the coal
present in the blocks have similar high hydrocarbon generation capabilities as
the coals in the North Sea, Indonesia and New Zealand. With the addition of
the amounts of hydrocarbon generation in the Upper Bathonian, the total
resource is anticipated to be higher than the amounts given above and will be
determined at a later date.

The Company has presented the CBM potential to the Georgian State
Agency and the Georgian Oil and Gas Corporation with both parties agreeing on
the significant potential that exists across the licence areas. The news of
the highly prospective hydrocarbon play has been conveyed to the Energy
Minister and the Prime Minister, who see this potential as an opportunity to
improve the energy outlook for the Country.

Proposed Work Program

The Company is currently evaluating the selection of a suitable
drill location and given the high quality of the seismic coverage and quality
on CBM, the Company is focussing on a high probability CBM drill location with
a number of potential locations with good coal well coverage having been
identified. The analysis shows that the average CBM content is more than 15 
m3/t 
of coal.

GIG Joint Venture and Farm-Out Discussions

The results are pivotal in cementing the CBM joint venture with GIG
as development plans are finalised. Further, Range continues with advanced
discussions with a number of parties with respect to potential farm-out
opportunities across both the conventional and unconventional prospects
identified on the Company's licenses.

Dr. M. Arif Yukler

Dr. Yukler has more than 38 years of experience in the
international oil & gas industry, and has advised companies and government
entities of all size from small caps to super-majors, as well as state
regulatory authorities on the management of resources and exploration areas.
Dr. Yukler has held numerous senior executive roles at energy companies
throughout his career. He is known as the father of quantitative basin
modelling with 1-, 2- and 3-D software under his name.

Dr. Yukler's has extensive experience in Georgia and previously
worked as the General Manager of Frontera Resources and as the Senior VP of
World Wide Geosciences. He was in charge of evaluation of new ventures, PSA
and JV negotiations, economic evaluations, budgeting and carrying out
feasibility studies with main focus on the Caucasus (Azerbaijan, Dagestan,
Georgia and Krasnadar Area in Russia). Since then Dr. Yukler worked as the CEO
of Midland Oil and Gas Ltd.

Dr. Yukler has MS and PhD in Geology from the University of Kansas
as Fullbright Scholar, and BS and MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Istanbul
Technical University. He has published more than 30 research articles.

Texas

Further to its previous announcements, the Company is proceeding
with completion of its Texas asset sale having received confirmation from the
Purchaser of settlement. The Company will advise the market when the $25m
upfront cash consideration has been received.

Yours faithfully

Peter Landau
Executive Director



Contacts

Range Resources Limited                 PPR (Australia)
Peter Landau                            David Tasker
T: +61 (8) 9488 5220                    T: +61 (8) 9388 0944
E: plandau@rangeresources.com.au        E: david.tasker@ppr.com.au

GMP Securities Europe LLP               RFC Ambrian Limited (Nominated Advisor)
(Joint Broker)                          Stuart Laing
Richard Greenfield / Rob Collins /      T: +61 (8) 9480 2500
Alexandra Carse
T: +44 (0) 207 647 2800

Fox-Davies Capital Limited (Joint       Old Park Lane Capital (Joint Broker)
Broker)                                 Michael Parnes
Daniel Fox-Davies                       T: +44 (0) 207 493 8188
T: +44 (0) 203 463 5000

Dahlman Rose & Company (Principal American Liaison)
OTCQX International Market (U.S.)
Christopher Weekes / Stephen Nash
T: +1 (212)-372-5766


Range Background

Range Resources Limited is a dual listed (ASX:RRS; AIM:RRL) oil &
gas exploration company with oil & gas interests in the frontier state of
Puntland, Somalia, the Republic of Georgia, Texas, USA, Trinidad and Colombia.

In Trinidad Range holds a 100% interest in holding companies with
three onshore production licenses and fully operational drilling subsidiary.
Independently assessed Proved (P1) reserves in place of 17.5 MMBO with 25.2
MMBO of proved, probable and possible (3P) reserves and an additional 81 MMBO
of unrisked prospective resources.

In the Republic of Georgia, Range holds a 45% farm-in interest in
onshore blocks VIa and VIb, covering approx. 7,000sq.km. The Company is
focussing on a revised development strategy that will focus on low-cost,
shallow appraisal drilling of the contingent resources around the
Tkibuli-Shaori ("Tkibuli") coal deposit, which straddles the central sections
of the Company's two blocks, along with attracting potential farm-in partners
across the license areas given the recent review performed across the
licenses.

In Puntland, Range holds a 20% working interest in two licenses
encompassing the highly prospective Dharoor and Nugaal valleys. The operator
and 60% interest holder, Horn Petroleum Corp. (TSXV:HRN) has completed two
exploration wells and will continue with a further seismic and well program
over the next 12-18 months.

Range is earning a 65% (option to move to 75%) interest in highly
prospective licences in the Putumayo Basin in Southern Colombia. The Company
will undertake a 3D seismic program in the near term as part of its
exploration commitments on the Company's Colombian interests.

Range has taken a strategic stake (19.9%) in Citation Resources
Limited (ASX: CTR) which holds a 70% interest in Latin American Resources
(LAR). LAR holds an 80-100% interest in two oil and gas development and
exploration blocks in Guatemala with Canadian NI 51-101 certified proved plus
probable (2P) reserves of 2.3 MMBBL (100% basis). Range also holds a 20%
interest in LAR.

Table of Reserves and Resources

Detailed below are the estimated reserves for the Range project portfolio.


             Gross Oil Reserves  Range's   Net Attributable
Project           1P     2P     3P   Interest   1P     2P    3P  Operator
Oil & NGL -
mmbbls
Trinidad          17.5   20.2   25.2     100%   17.5   20.2 25.2 Range
Guatemala            *   2.3*      *      32%      *  0.74*    * Latin American 
                                                             Resources
Total Oil &       17.5   22.5   25.2            17.5   20.9 25.2
Liquids
Gas Reserves -
Bcf
Georgia - CBM        -      -    508      45%      -      -  229 Strait Oil & 
Gas
Total Gas            -      -    508               -      -  203
Reserves
* The reserves estimate for the Guatemalan Blocks in which LAR (and
CTR) have an interest in is as reported by CTR. CTR has not reported 1P and 3P
estimates, but Range is seeking such information from CTR for future reporting
purposes. 
Detailed below are the estimated resources and oil-in-place
delineated across Range's portfolio of project interests. 
                  Gross Oil Resources  Range's    Net Attributable
Project               Low    Best/   High  Interest  Low    Best/   High 
Operator 
                          Mean                           Mean 
Prospective Oil Resources - mmbbls 
Trinidad                8.1     40.5  81.0     100%    8.1     40.5 81.0 Range
Total Prospective       8.1     40.5  81.0             8.1     40.5 81.0
Resources
Undiscovered Oil-In-Place - mmbbls 
Puntland               -      16,000   -        20%   -       3,200  -   Horn 
                                                                     
Petroleum
Georgia                -         403   -        45%   -         181  -   Strait 
Oil & 
                                                                     Gas
Colombia               -         7.8   -     65-75%   -     5.1-5.8  -   Petro 
                                                                     
Caribbean
Undiscovered Gas-In-Place - Tcf 
Georgia -              -       18.44   -        45%   -        8.30  -   Strait 
Oil &
Conventional                                                             Gas
Georgia - CBM          -        3.16   -        45%   -        1.42  -   Strait 
Oil & 
                                                                     Gas 
All of the technical information, including information in relation
to reserves and resources that is contained in this document has been reviewed
internally by the Company's technical consultant, Mr Mark Patterson. Mr
Patterson is a geophysicist who is a suitably qualified person with over 25
years' experience in assessing hydrocarbon reserves and has reviewed the
release and consents to the inclusion of the technical information. 
The reserves estimate for the Guatemalan Blocks in which LAR (and
CTR) have an interest in is as reported by CTR. CTR has not reported 1P and 3P
estimates, but Range is seeking such information from CTR for future reporting
purposes. 
The reserves estimates for the 3 Trinidad blocks and update
reserves estimates for the North Chapman Ranch Project and East Texas Cotton
Valley referred above have been formulated by Forrest A. Garb & Associates,
Inc. (FGA). FGA is an international petroleum engineering and geologic
consulting firm staffed by experienced engineers and geologists. Collectively
FGA staff has more than a century of world–wide experience. FGA have
consented in writing to the reference to them in this announcement and to the
estimates of oil and natural gas liquids provided. The definitions for oil and
gas reserves are in accordance with SEC Regulation S–X an in accordance with
the guidelines of the Society of Petroleum Engineers ("SPE"). The SPE Reserve
definitions can be found on the SPE website at spe.org. 
The prospective resource estimates for the two Dharoor Valley
prospects are internal estimates reported by Africa Oil Corp, the operator of
the joint venture, which are based on volumetric and related assessments by
Gaffney, Cline & Associates. 
The TSX certified 51-101 certified reserves with respect to the
Guatemalan project are as reported by ASX listed Company Citation Resources
(ASX: CTR). 
In granting its consent to the public disclosure of this press
release with respect to the Company's Trinidad operations, Petrotrin makes no
representation or warranty as to the adequacy or accuracy of its contents and
disclaims any liability that may arise because of reliance on it. 
Reserve information on the Putumayo 1 Well published by Ecopetrol
1987. 
The technical information included in this Announcement with
respect to Georgia was prepared by Dr. M. Arif Yukler, COO of SOG Georgia. Dr
Yukler is a geologist who is a suitably qualified person with more than 38
years of experience in the international oil & gas industry, and in assessing
hydrocarbon reserves. Dr Yukler has advised companies and government entities
of all size from small caps to super-majors, as well as state regulatory
authorities on the management of resources and exploration areas. Dr. Yukler
has reviewed the release and consents to the inclusion of the technical
information with respect to Georgia. 
SPE Definitions for Proved, Probable, Possible Reserves and Prospective 
Resources 
Proved Reserves are those quantities of petroleum, which by
analysis of geoscience and engineering data, can be estimated with reasonable
certainty to be commercially recoverable, from a given date forward, from
known reservoirs and under defined economic conditions, operating methods, and
government regulations. 
Probable Reserves are those additional Reserves which analysis of
geoscience and engineering data indicate are less likely to be recovered than
Proved Reserves but more certain to be recovered than Possible Reserves. 
Possible Reserves are those additional reserves which analysis of
geoscience and engineering data indicate are less likely to be recoverable
than Probable Reserves. 
1P refers to Proved Reserves, 2P refers to Proved plus Probable
Reserves and 3P refers to Proved plus Probable plus Possible Reserves. 
Prospective Resources are those quantities of petroleum estimated,
as of a given date, to be potentially recoverable from undiscovered
accumulations by application of future development projects. Prospective
Resources have both an associated chance of discovery and a chance of
development. Prospective Resources are further subdivided in accordance with
the level of certainty associated with recoverable estimates assuming their
discovery and development and may be sub-classified based on project maturity. 
Contingent Resources are those quantities of hydrocarbons which are
estimated, on a given date, to be potentially recoverable from known
accumulations, but which are not currently considered to be commercially
recoverable. 
Undiscovered Oil-In-Place is that quantity of oil which is
estimated, on a given date, to be contained in accumulations yet to be
discovered. The estimated potentially recoverable portion of such
accumulations is classified as Prospective Resources, as defined above. 
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