Providence Resources plc: Providence Resources P.l.c : Preliminary Results for the year ended 31st December 2013 27^th June 2014 Embargo: 7am PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. ("Providence" or the "Company") Preliminary Results for the year ended 31^st December 2013 Providence Resources P.l.c., the Irish oil and gas exploration and appraisal company, whose shares are quoted in London (AIM) and Dublin (ESM), announces its preliminary results for the year ended 31st December 2013. OPERATIONAL SUMMARY Throughout 2013, the Company has continued to focus on progressing the multi-well drilling programme offshore Ireland. This is the largest and most comprehensive drilling programme ever undertaken offshore Ireland, representing an investment of over $500 million by Providence and its partners. The programme covers a range of exploration and appraisal/development wells, spread across six different basins. Two wells, Barryroe (2012) and Dunquin (2013), have already been completed and pre-drill operations and planning are underway for the remaining four wells to be drilled at Spanish Point, Dragon, Polaris and Kish Bank. During 2013, post well analysis of the Barryroe well was completed, with the most notable out turns being the publication of the Netherland, Sewell & Associates, Inc ("NSAI") resource audit (CPR) on Barryroe, the results from the newly processed 3D seismic data, the announcement of the phased development programme for Barryroe and the launch of the industry-wide farm out campaign, where the Company is currently in negotiations with a number of parties. In July 2013, the Dunquin North exploration well confirmed the presence of an active oil-prone petroleum system, which has opened up the petroleum prospectivity of the southern Porcupine Basin in general, and the Dunquin South and Drombeg prospects, in particular. The Company further consolidated its acreage portfolio offshore Ireland, through competitive applications, resulting in the award of the Silverback Licensing Option in the South Celtic Sea Basin and the conversion of the Spanish Point South, Drombeg and Newgrange Licensing Options into Frontier Exploration Licences. Applications were also made for Lease Undertakings for the Helvick, Hook Head and Dunmore oil discoveries. The Company has continued to attract new partners to offshore Ireland, most notably with the arrival of Cairn Energy as Operator at Spanish Point and ABT Oil and Gas agreeing a staged farm in to Helvick and Dunmore. In June 2014, the Company entered into a new financing facility for US$ 24 million with Melody Business Finance LLC. This facility, which matures in June 2015, provides additional general working capital to finance the forward programme of the Company. HIGHLIGHTS APPRAISAL ASSETS Barryroe Oil Project, North Celtic Sea Basin (PVR 80%) * Publication of NSAI Competent Person's Report * 2C Recoverable Resources of 346 MMBOE * 311 MMBO & 207 BCF gas in solution (or 34.5 MMBOE) * 2C Financials (after tax) attributable to Providence * Net contingent cash-flow of $10.6 billion * NPV 10% of $2.6 billion *Final reprocessed 3D seismic data received *Phased Development Outline *Targeting an initial peak of 30,000 BOPD *Increase in the area of SEL 1/11 by c. 160 km^2 through a licence extension *Commencement of industry-wide farm-out process *Currently in negotiations with a number of parties Spanish Point Gas/Oil Project, Northern Porcupine Basin (PVR 32%) *Farm in by Cairn Energy Plc, who assumed an operated 38% equity interest *Appraisal drilling to be carried out on Spanish Point, targeting up to 200 MMBOE REC *In accordance with its original farm-out with Chrysaor, Providence has a capped exposure of up to $20 million Dragon Gas Project, St George's Channel (PVR 100%) *Discussions ongoing with UK/Irish government regulators on potential field development, including the consent process for the drilling of a development well *3D PSDM seismic reprocessing commenced as part of work programme leading to Final Investment Decision (FID) *Commercial discussions with potential partners ongoing Helvick/Dunmore Oil Discoveries, North Celtic Sea Basin (PVR 62.5% and 72.5%, respectively) *Application made for Lease Undertakings *Farm out (on staged basis) agreed with ABT Oil and Gas to advance these projects to commercialisation Hook Head Oil Discovery, North Celtic Sea Basin (PVR 72.5%) *Application made for a Lease Undertaking EXPLORATION ASSETS Dunquin Oil Prospect, Southern Porcupine Basin (PVR 16%) *Completion of drilling of Dunquin North well *Massive over-pressured, high porosity carbonate reservoir encountered close to prognosis, with interpreted 144' residual oil column *Second phase of Frontier Exploration Licence 3/04 extended by 12 months to November 2014 to allow further studies Cuchulain Oil Prospects, Southern Porcupine Basin (PVR 5%) *Incorporation of recent 44/23-1 Dunquin North well data into subsurface geological modelling Drombeg Oil Prospect, Southern Porcupine Basin (PVR 80%) *Conversion of Drombeg Licensing Option 11/9 into Frontier Exploration Licence 2/14 *Agreement to shoot a major 3D seismic survey over the Drombeg prospect as part of Polarcus' multi-client 2014 programme Newgrange Oil Prospect, Goban Spur Basin (80%) *Conversion of Newgrange Licensing Option 11/11 into Frontier Exploration Licence 6/14 with a 2D seismic survey as the principal element of the forward work programme Spanish Point South, Oil & Gas Prospects, Northern Porcupine Basin (PVR 32%) *Conversion of Licencing Option 11/2 into Frontier Exploration Licence 1/14 with a 3D seismic survey as the principal element of the forward work programme Silverback Oil Prospect, South Celtic Sea Basin (PVR 100%) *Award of new Licensing Option 13/4 *Initial seismic interpretation and mapping of existing vintage 2D data has identified a number of structures, including a significant mid-basinal Mesozoic anticlinal closure, named 'Silverback' *Petroleum systems analysis suggest that this structure may be prospective for the stacked entrapment of hydrocarbons in possible Lower Triassic, Lower Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous reservoir intervals Polaris Oil Prospect, Rathlin Basin (PVR 100%) *Subsurface mapping indicates that the Polaris structure is geologically on-trend with the recent Ballinlea-1 oil discovery onshore Northern Ireland *Five anomalies have been identified in the offshore acreage, based on Full Tensor Gradiometry (FTG) Data, with the Polaris oil prospect in the Rathlin Sound highlighted as the main target *A further Ballinlea oil appraisal well with EWT programme is planned for early 2015 by the Operator and the results of this should significantly de-risk the Polaris prospect Kish Bank Oil Prospect, Kish Bank Basin (PVR 50%) *Continual work with regulators on the consent for the drilling of a well on the Kish Bank oil prospect.As would be standard, all planned drilling, site and seismic activities are based on relevant permit requirements and appropriate equipment availability/procurement. FINANCIAL RESULTS - YEAR END 2013 *Following the divestment of the UK onshore operations in 2012 and sale completion in February 2013, the Company has revenue for two months, which is classified in discontinued operations. *For the year to 31 December 2013, the Company recorded an operating loss of €7.230 million compared to a loss of €5.432 million in 2012, as a result of higher administration expenses directly related to an increased level of activity across its portfolio. *The loss for the year attributable to equity holders was reduced to €2.797 million (loss of €24.184 million in 2012), with a net credit of €4.971 million in 2013 attributed to the profit from the sale of the UK onshore operations (net of income tax). *The loss per share was 4.33 cents compared to a loss of 39.68 cents in 2012. *At 31 December 2013, cash and cash equivalents were €8.998 million. *In June 2014, the Company entered into a US$ 24 million general working capital facility with Melody Business Finance LLC, a US based financial provider. Commenting on activity during 2013 and the future plans offshore Ireland for 2014 and beyond, Tony O'Reilly, Chief Executive of Providence, said: "2013 has been a very busy year for the Company with plenty of activity across the portfolio of assets. "Following the Company's drilling success at Barryroe in 2012, the Company's main focus has been on the commissioning of a third party resource audit, its publication and conducting a farm-out process. Through this process, we are working to affiliate with an appropriate strategic partner to take the field through detailed appraisal and, ultimately, into production. "Overall, the farm out and M&A market in the oil and gas sector remains challenging, with caution evident across the sector. The majority of world-wide oil and gas investments and M&A deals have been concluded either in the North American shale gas and oil sector or in the East African region with very few major farm out deals being completed in the North-West European sector over the past year. "In light of the marked reduction in capital expenditure programmes by major industry players, the Company revised its field development plans, with an initial focus on an early staged development programme for Barryroe building up to full field development (with projected ultimate production rates of up to 100,000 BOPD). This phased development programme is targeting an initial production profile of 30,000 BOPD, with substantially reduced initial capital expenditure and an accelerated timeline to get to first oil. "This phased approach has been well received and the Company is now in advanced discussions with a select number of international E&P companies on terms. The Company is encouraged by these active negotiations, but until a deal is concluded, there can be no certainty on timing for a mutually acceptable agreement or that an agreement will be reached. "In addition to work on Barryroe, activity continued on the preparatory work for the remaining four wells in our multi-basin drilling programme. The next planned drilling activity is the Spanish Point appraisal well, operated by Cairn, which is targeting up to 200 MMBOE REC. This is to be followed by a gas appraisal and development well at Dragon and, subsequently, oil exploration wells at Polaris and Kish Bank. "Whilst the results from the Dunquin North well are still the subject of extensive post well studies, we are very encouraged by the data received so far. As this was the first well to be drilled in the south Porcupine Basin, which is an area the size of the northern North Sea, we believe that the confirmation of a residual oil column in a high porosity massive carbonate reservoir system has acted as both a significant play and basin opener. This has major implications for the other carbonate build up contained within Frontier Exploration Licence 3/04, Dunquin South, and further work is being carried out to better evaluate this very large prospect. Importantly, the confirmation of a working oil-prone petroleum system in the Porcupine Basin has vindicated our licensing strategy, where we were the first mover when we secured acreage back in 2004. "Kosmos Energy, a recent entrant to Ireland, who completed a major 3D survey in the south Porcupine Basin, has stated that they see the potential for large fan play systems in this area, similar to the Drombeg prospect operated by Providence. In addition, the giant Statoil-operated Bay du Nord oil discovery in the Flemish Pass Basin, offshore Canada, which is considered to have been geologically on-trend with the south Porcupine Basin, adds further impetus for future exploration in the area. As the largest acreage holder in the southern Porcupine Basin, with interests in Dunquin, Cuchulain, Newgrange and Drombeg, we are exceptionally well placed to capitalise on this growing industry interest in an area now being referred to as the 'North Atlantic Jurassic oil source-rock superhighway'. "As part of its strategy to open up new basins, the Company expanded its acreage portfolio with the award of a Licensing Option in the South Celtic Sea, containing the Silverback oil prospect, a very large mid-basinal Mesozoic anticlinal closure. Standard Exploration Licence 1/11, which contains the Barryroe discovery, was increased in size by an additional 160 km^2 to cater for the potential increase in the size of the field. The Company also converted its Spanish Point South, Drombeg and Newgrange Licensing Options into Frontier Exploration Licences and is now planning the acquisition of new seismic over these areas. During 2013, the Company concluded a staged farm out with ABT Oil and Gas covering the Helvick and Dunmore oil discoveries. This farm out deal will see these marginal oil accumulations progressed towards development using newly emerging and innovative low cost production technologies. "The recent securing of a new bridge financing facility of US$ 24 million was another significant development for Providence as it provides the Company with the additional working capital for its operations, without having to access the equity markets. This is an important step forward, given the current values for oil and gas equities (as listed on London's AIM) being at historically low values based on NAV metrics. "As the most active operator offshore Ireland, partnerships has always been a key part of our strategy. Today we work with a number of leading international co-venture companies - including ExxonMobil, ENI, PETRONAS and Repsol - and this year we were pleased to welcome Cairn Energy Plc into our Spanish Point consortium and ABT Oil and Gas into Helvick and Dunmore. These top tier partners bring both technical capabilities and financial support, which allow us to move forward with our extensive programme. We fully expect to add new companies to our family of international partners in the future. The arrival of other companies, such as Woodside and Kosmos, to offshore Ireland during 2013 was another positive development for the industry, which we hope will lead to more drilling activity offshore Ireland. "Ireland's offshore oil and gas sector is growing at the fastest pace in years. Providence's leadership position, combined with the entry of an increasing number of new industry players, means that Ireland can now look to develop a meaningful oil and gas industry. It is notable that 2013/14 has seen the highest level of licence activity offshore Ireland and this obviously bodes well for the upcoming Atlantic Margin Licensing Round, which was announced earlier this month. Providence plans to be a major player in this upcoming licensing round. On the same day, the Irish Government also announced new fiscal terms for the industry. The clarity and certainty that now exists in relation to Ireland's fiscal terms will make it easier for international companies to participate in this upcoming licencing round. We welcome the Irish Government's decision that the fiscal terms will not be changed for existing licences. "Looking ahead, we are optimistic for the prospects for the Irish oil and gas sector. Providence fully intends to carry on leading the way on behalf of shareholders in identifying and realising the significant potential that exists offshore Ireland." Tony O'Reilly 27^th June 2014 Chief Executive CONFERENCE CALL A conference call for investors and analysts will be held at 9am BST today, Friday 27 June. Please see below details for the call: *Ireland Local Dublin: +353 (0) 1 436 0959 *Standard International Access: +44 (0) 20 3003 2666 *UK Toll Free 0808 109 0700 *Password Providence To view the presentation sides, please go to www.meetingzone.com/presenter/ and use the following PIN: 3185546 CONTACTS Providence Resources P.l.c. Tel: +353 1 219 4074 Tony O'Reilly, Chief Executive John O'Sullivan, Technical Director Powerscourt Tel: +44 207 250 1446 Lisa Kavanagh/Rob Greening Murray Consultants Tel: +353 1 498 0300 Pauline McAlester Cenkos Securities Plc Tel: +44 207 397 8900 Nick Wells/Max Hartley J&E Davy Tel: + 353 1 679 6363 Eugenee Mulhern/Anthony Farrell Liberum Tel: +44 203 100 2000 Clayton Bush TERMS USED IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT MMBO - Million Barrels of Oil MMBOE - Million Barrels ofOil Equivalent BCF - Billion Cubic Feet of Gas BOPD - Barrels of Oil Per Day ABOUT PROVIDENCE Providence Resources Plc is an Irish based oil & gas company with a portfolio of appraisal and exploration assets offshore Ireland and the U.K. The Company is currently leading a circa $500 million multi-year drilling programme on a number of exploration/development wells over 6 different basins offshore Ireland, representing the largest drilling campaign ever carried out offshore Ireland www.providenceresources.com. ANNOUNCEMENT This announcement has been reviewed by John O'Sullivan, Technical Director, Providence Resources P.l.c. John holds a B.Sc. in Geology from University College Cork, Ireland, an M.Sc. in Applied Geophysics from the National University of Ireland, Galway and a M.Sc.in Technology Management from The Smurfit School of Business at University College Dublin. John is presently working part-time on a PhD dissertation at Trinity College, Dublin. John has worked in the offshore business for 20 years and is a fellow of the Geological Society of London and member of The Petroleum Exploration Society of Great Britain. Definitions in this press release are consistent with SPE guidelines. SPE/WPC/AAPG/SPEE Petroleum Resource Management System 2007 has been used in preparing this announcement. PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Condensed consolidated income statement For the year ended 31 December 2013 Notes Year ended 31 Year ended 31 December 2013 December 2012 Audited Audited €'000 €'000 Revenue - continuing operations 1 - - Administration expenses (6,484) (3,937) Pre-licence expenditure (68) - Impairment of exploration, and evaluation (678) (1,495) assets Operating loss 1 (7,230) (5,432) Finance income 180 494 Finance expense 3 (713) (3,295) Loss before income tax (7,763) (8,233) Income tax expense (5) - Loss for the year from continuing (7,768) (8,233) operations Profit/(loss) from discontinued operations 2 4,971 (15,950) (net of income tax) Loss for the financial year (2,797) (24,183) Loss per share (cent) - continuing operations Basic loss per share 8 (12.03) (13.51) Diluted loss per share 8 (12.03) (13.51) Earnings/(loss) per share (cent) - discontinued operations Basic earnings/(loss) per share 8 7.70 (26.17) Diluted profit/(loss) per share 8 7.70 (26.17) Loss per share (cent) - total Basic loss per share 8 (4.33) (39.68) Diluted loss per share 8 (4.33) (39.68) The total loss for the year is entirely attributable to equity holders of the Company. PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Consolidated statement of comprehensive income For the year ended 31 December 2013 Year ended 31 Year ended 31 December 2013 December 2012 Audited Audited €'000 €'000 Loss for the financial year (2,797) (24,183) Continuing operations OCI items that can be reclassified into profit and loss Foreign exchange translation differences 1,426 (97) Net change in fair value of cash flow hedges - 2,305 transferred to income statement Cashflow hedges - net fair value loss - - - related deferred - 3,407 tax Total income recognised in other comprehensive 1,426 5,615 income from continuing operations Total comprehensive expense for the year (1,371) (18,568) The total comprehensive expense for the period is entirely attributable to equity holders of the Company. PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Consolidated statement of financial position As at 31 December 2013 Notes 31 December 2013 31 December 2012 Audited Audited €'000 €'000 Assets Exploration and evaluation assets 4 80,089 67,076 Development and production assets 5 - - Property, plant and equipment 35 42 Deferred tax - - Total non-current assets 80,124 67,118 _______ _______ Trade and other receivables 2,891 4,005 Restricted cash - - Cash and cash equivalents 8,998 16,831 Assets classified as held for sale 2 - 43,852 Total currents assets 11,889 64,688 _______ _______ Total assets 92,013 131,806 Equity Share capital 6 18,151 18,136 Capital conversion reserve fund 623 623 Share premium 6 210,230 209,975 Singleton revaluation reserve - 2,471 Convertible bond - equity portion - - Foreign currency translation reserve 2,386 (3,752) Share based payment reserve 5,382 4,942 Warrant reserve - - Cashflow hedge reserve - - Retained deficit (165,950) (164,297) Total equity attributable to equity 70,822 68,098 holders of the Company Liabilities Loans and borrowings 7 - - Decommissioning provision 5,105 4,738 Deferred tax - - Total non-current liabilities 5,105 4,738 Trade and other payables 16,086 23,445 Loans and borrowings 7 - - Loans and borrowings - prepaid swap 7 - - Liabilities classified as held sale 2 - 35,525 Total current liabilities 16,086 58,970 Total liabilities 21,191 63,708 Total equity and liabilities 92,013 131,806 PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Consolidated statement of changes in Equity For the year ended 31 December 2013 Capital Con- Singleton Foreign Share Con-vertible version Share Re- Currency Based Bond - Cashflow Share Reserve Prem- valuation Translation Payment equity Hedge Retained Capital Fund ium Reserve Reserve Reserve Warrants portion Reserve Deficit Total €'000 €'000 €'000 €'000 €'000 €'000 €'000 €'000 €'000 €'000 €'000 At 1 January 16,668 623 130,548 2,650 (3,655) 4,368 5,641 2,333 (2,305) (148,994) 7,877 2012 Total comprehensive income Loss for - - - - - - - - - (24,183) (24,183) financial year Currency - - - - (97) - - - - - (97) translation Cashflow - - - - - - - - 2,305 - 2,305 hedge Total - - - - (97) - - - 2,305 (24,183) (21,975) comprehensive income Transactions with owners, recorded directly in equity Shares issued 1,314 - 72,415 - - - - - - - 73,729 in year Share based - - - - - 1,301 - - - - 1,301 payments Share options 14 - 252 - - (238) - - - 238 266 exercised in year Share options - - - - - (489) - - - 489 - forfeited in year Transfer from - - - (179) - - - - - 179 - Singleton revaluation reserve Exercise of 140 - 6,760 - - - (5,641) - - 5,641 6,900 warrants Bond - - - - - - - (2,333) - 2,333 - redemption At 31 18,136 623 209,975 2,471 (3,752) 4,942 - - - (164,297) 68,098 December 2012 At 1 January 18,136 623 209,975 2,471 (3,752) 4,942 - - - (164,297) 68,098 2013 Total comprehensive income Loss for - - - - - - - - - (2,797) (2,797) financial year Currency - - - - 1,426 - - - - - 1,426 translation Cashflow - - - - - - - - - - - hedge Total - - - - 1,426 - - - - (2,797) (1,371) comprehensive income Transactions with owners, recorded directly in equity Shares issued - - - - - - - - - - - in year Share based - - - - - 1,584 - - - - 1,584 payments Share options 15 - 255 - - - - - - - 270 exercised in year Share options - - - - - (217) - - - 217 - forfeited in year Share options - - - - - (927) - - - 927 - lapsed in year Reclassified - - - (2,471) 4,712 - - - - - 2,241 to gain on disposal At 31 18,151 623 210,230 - 2,386 5,382 - - - (165,950) 70,822 December 2013 PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Consolidated statement of cash flows For the year ended 31 December 2013 Year ended 31 Year ended 31 December 2013 December 2012 Audited Audited €'000 €'000 Cash flows from operating activities Loss before income tax for year - continuing (7,763) (8,233) operations Profit/(loss) before income tax for the year - 4,971 (36,524) discontinued operations (2,792) (44,757) Adjustments for: Depletion and depreciation 272 2,755 Gain on sale of discontinued operations (6,096) - Abandonment provision (379) 34 Impairment of exploration and evaluation assets 678 1,495 Impairment of production and development assets - 32,357 Finance income (180) (494) Finance expense 3,455 16,369 Equity settled share based payment charge 1,584 1,247 Foreign exchange 101 (507) Change in trade and other receivables 2,907 (3,782) Change in trade and other payables (8,869) (2,696) Interest paid (363) (6,712) Hedge repayments (33) (297) Net cash outflow from operating activities (9,715) (4,988) Cash flows from investing activities Interest received 180 494 Acquisition of exploration and evaluation assets (13,691) (31,755) Acquisition of development and production assets - (27,202) Acquisition of property, plant and equipment (14) (38) Disposal of development and production assets - - 4,610 AJE Change in restricted cash 910 16,581 Disposal of development and production assets - 16,235 - Singleton Net cash from investing activities 3,620 (37,310) Cash flows from financing activities Proceeds from issue of share capital 270 84,797 Share capital issue costs - (3,902) Repayment of loans and borrowings (1,565) (44,273) Proceeds from drawdown of loans and borrowings - 4,077 Net cash from financing activities (1,295) 40,699 Net decrease in cash and cash equivalents (7,390) (1,599) Cash and cash equivalents at 1 January 16,831 18,563 Effect of exchange rate fluctuations on cash and (443) (133) cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents at 31 December 8,998 16,831 PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 1 Operating segments All revenue is generated from assets in the UK, and is included in discontinued operations. Year ended 31 Year ended 31 December 2013 December 2012 Audited Audited €'000 €'000 Segment net loss for the period Republic of Ireland - exploration assets (678) (1,495) Corporate expenses (6,552) (3,937) Operating loss (7,230) (5,432) Segment assets UK - production assets - discontinued operations - 43,852 UK - exploration assets 1,141 933 Republic of Ireland - exploration assets 78,948 69,129 US 189 155 Group assets 11,735 17,737 Total assets 92,013 131,806 Segment Liabilities UK - production assets - discontinued operations - (35,525) UK - exploration assets (74) - Republic of Ireland - exploration assets (21,047) (27,183) US - liabilities (7) (252) Group liabilities (63) (748) Total Liabilities (21,191) (63,708) Capital Expenditure UK - producing assets - discontinued operations - 27,202 UK - exploration assets 367 774 367 27,976 Republic of Ireland - exploration assets 13,324 30,981 Republic of Ireland - property, plant and 14 38 equipment Total capital expenditure, net of cash calls 13,705 58,995 Depletion and decommissioning charge UK - producing assets - discontinued operations - 2,727 Republic of Ireland - exploration assets - 34 - 2,761 Impairment charge Republic of Ireland - exploration assets 678 1,495 UK - development assets - discontinued operations - 32,357 678 33,852 PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 2 Discontinued Operations Held for sale assets and liabilities UK disposal - 28^th February 2013 and comparative figures as at 31 December 2012. 2013 2012 Audited Audited Assets €'000 €'000 Development and production assets 39,637 38,986 Derivative instruments 1,411 2,163 Trade and other receivables 1,779 1,793 Cash and cash equivalents 1,425 910 44,252 43,852 Liabilities Loans and borrowings 31,918 31,725 Decommissioning provision 822 869 Deferred tax 1,733 1,421 Trade and other payables 1,881 1,510 36,354 35,525 Gain on sale of discontinued operations - UK disposal €'000 Net proceeds received 17,028 Disposal costs (793) 16,235 Net assets disposed of 7,898 Transfer from revaluation reserve (2,471) Transfer from FCTR 4,712 10,139 Gain on sale of discontinued operation 6,096 PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 2 Discontinued Operations - continued The gain on sale of discontinued operations - UK disposal Year ended 31 Year ended 31 December 2013 December 2012 Audited Audited €'000 €'000 Results of discontinued operations Revenue 2,411 15,642 Cost of sales (615) (5,455) Gross profit 1,796 10,187 Administration expenses (179) (1,280) Impairment of assets - (32,357) Results from operating activities 1,617 (23,450) Finance expense (2,742) (13,074) Results from operating activities (1,125) (36,524) before tax Income tax credit/(charge) - 20,574 Results from operating activities (1,125) (15,950) after tax Gain on sale of discontinued 6,096 - operations Profit / (loss) for the year 4,971 (15,950) Cashflows from discontinued operations Net cash from operating activities 1,772 9,726 Net cash from investing activities - (27,202) Net cash from financing activities (1,565) (5,931) Net cash flows for the year 207 (23,407) The profit/(loss) from discontinued operations is attributable entirely to the owners of the company. The results for 2013 represent two months of activity. Earnings per share from discontinued operations 2013 2012 € cent € cent Basic earnings / (loss) per share 7.70 (26.17) Diluted earnings / (loss) per share 7.70 (26.17) PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 3 Finance Expense Year ended 31 Year ended 31 December 2013 December 2012 Audited Audited €'000 €'000 Recognised in income statement: Interest expense on financial liabilities - - 3,021 measured at amortised cost Unwinding of discount on decommissioning provision 713 274 Total 713 3,295 Recognised directly in other comprehensive income Foreign currency differences on foreign operations 6,138 (97) Reclassified to gain on disposal (4,172) - Net change in fair value of cashflow hedge - 2,305 transferred to income statement Total finance expense 1,426 2,208 PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 4 Exploration and evaluation assets Republic of Ireland UK Total €'000 €'000 €'000 Cost and book value At 1 January 2012 36,214 - 36,214 Additions 35,344 551 35,895 Administration expenses 1,144 223 1,367 Cash calls received in year (5,507) - (5,507) Impairment charge (1,495) - (1,495) Increase in abandonment costs 602 - 602 At 31 December 2012 66,302 774 67,076 At 31 December 2012 66,302 774 67,076 Additions 13,006 127 13,133 Cash calls received in year (1,199) - (1,199) Administration expenses 1,517 240 1,757 Impairment charge (678) - (678) At 31 December 2013 78,948 1,141 80,089 PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 5 Development and production assets UK Total €'000 €'000 Cost At 1 January 2012 61,833 61,833 Additions 27,144 27,144 Administration expenses 58 58 Transfer to assets held for sale (90,282) (90,282) Exchange rate adjustment 1,247 1,247 At 31 December 2012 - - Additions - - Administration expenses - - Transfer to held for sale assets - - Exchange rate adjustment - - At 31 December 2013 - - Depletion At 1 January 2012 15,674 15,674 Charge for the year 2,727 2,727 Impairment of assets 32,357 32,357 Transfer to assets held for sale (51,296) (51,296) Exchange rate adjustment 538 538 At 31 December 2012 - - Charge for the period - - Impairment of assets - - Transfer to held for sale assets - - Exchange rate adjustment - - At 31 December 2013 - - Net book value At 31 December 2013 - - At 31 December 2012 - - PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 6 Share Capital and Share Premium Number Authorised: '000 €'000 At 1 January and 31 December 2012 Deferred shares of €0.011 each 1,062,442 11,687 Ordinary shares of €0.10 each 123,131 12,313 Number Share Capital Share Premium Issued: 000's €'000 €'000 Deferred shares of €0.011 each 1,062,442 11,687 5,691 Ordinary share of €0.10 each 49,809 16,668 130,548 At 1 January 2012 49,809 16,668 130,548 Ordinary shares issued in year 13,149 1,314 76,317 Share issue costs - - (3,902) Share options exercised in year 140 14 252 Warrants exercised in year 1,400 140 6,760 At 31 December 2012 64,498 18,136 209,975 Ordinary shares issued in year - - - Share issue costs - - - Share options exercised in year 151 15 255 At 31 December 2013 64,649 18,151 210,230 During the year, 0.15 million ordinary shares were issued to employees on the exercise of share options for a consideration of €0.27 million. PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 7 Loans and Borrowings Deutsche bank Deutsche bank Convertible Bond Total loan facility loan fees €'000 €'000 €'000 €'000 At 1 January 2012 39,151 (786) 33,447 71,812 Drawn down in year 4,077 - - 4,077 Repaid during year (10,008) - (34,265) (44,273) Written off to income - 135 818 953 statement Foreign exchange (825) (19) - (844) difference Transfer to held for (32,395) 670 - (31,725) sale liabilities At 31 December 2012 - - - - Repaid during year - - - - Drawn down in year - - - - Written off to income - - - - statement Foreign exchange - - - - difference Transfer to held for - - - - sale liabilities At 31 December 2013 - - - - PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 8 Earnings per share 31 31 December 31 31 31 December 31 December 2013 December December 2012 December 2013 2013 2012 2012 Audited Audited Audited Audited Audited Audited Continuing Discontinued Total Continuing Discontinued Total operations operations operations operations (Loss) / (7,768) 4,971 (2,797) (8,233) (15,950) (24,183) profit attributable to equity holders of the company from continuing operations (€'000) The basic weighted average number of ordinary shares in issue In issue at 64,498 64,498 64,498 49,809 49,809 49,809 beginning of year ('000s) Adjustment 64 64 64 11,145 11,145 11,145 for shares issued in year ('000s) Weighted 64,562 64,562 64,562 60,953 60,953 60,953 average number of ordinary shares ('000s) Basic and (12.03) 7.70 (4.33) (13.51) (26.17) (39.68) diluted (loss) / earnings per share (cent) There is no difference between the loss per ordinary share and the diluted loss per ordinary share for the current period as all potentially dilutive ordinary shares outstanding are anti-dilutive. PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 9 Related party transactions a.Mr. Tony O'Reilly, has, through Kildare Consulting Limited, a company beneficially owned by him, a contract for the provision of service to the company outside the Republic of Ireland effective 1 September 2013. The amount paid under the contract in the year ended 31 December 2013 was €448,500. The contract is of two years duration and is subject to one year's notice period. PROVIDENCE RESOURCES P.l.c. Note 10 Commitments The Group has capital commitments of approximately €27.7m to contribute to its share of costs of exploration and evaluation activities during 2014 of which Spanish Point drilling is approximately €16m. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This announcement is distributed by NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions on behalf of NASDAQ OMX Corporate Solutions clients. The issuer of this announcement warrants that they are solely responsible for the content, accuracy and originality of the information contained therein. Source: Providence Resources plc via Globenewswire HUG#1804793
Providence Resources plc: Providence Resources P.l.c : Preliminary Results for the year ended 31st December 2013
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