Addax Petroleum announces third quarter 2007 results and 2008 capital budget



    
    -   Funds Flow From Operations increased by 37 per cent and Net Income
        increased by 63 per cent from Q3, 2006
    -   Working interest gross oil production increased by 40 per cent, to an
        average of 128,200 barrels per day
    -   Continued step-out appraisal success at Taq Taq
    

    CALGARY, Nov. 12 /CNW/ - Addax Petroleum Corporation ("Addax Petroleum"
or the "Corporation") (TSX:AXC and LSE:AXC) today announced its financial and
operational results for the quarter ended September 30, 2007. The financial
results are prepared in accordance with Canadian GAAP and the reporting
currency is US dollars. In addition, the Corporation outlined its capital
investment budget and production outlook for 2007 and 2008.
    This announcement coincides with the filing with the Canadian and UK
securities regulatory authorities of Addax Petroleum's Financial Statements
for the quarter ended September 30, 2007 and related Management's Discussion
and Analysis. Copies of these documents may be obtained via www.sedar.com,
www.londonstockexchange.com and the Corporation's website,
www.addaxpetroleum.com.
    A conference call and webcast will be held for analysts and investors at
11:00 a.m. Eastern Time/4:00 p.m. London, U.K. time today, Monday,
November 12. Full details can be found at the end of this announcement.

    CEO's Comment

    Commenting today, Addax Petroleum's President and Chief Executive
Officer, Jean Claude Gandur, said: "The third quarter has been a record
quarter for Addax Petroleum from both an operational and financial standpoint,
continuing the strong growth momentum established in the first half of 2007.
In addition to the steady growth in our Nigeria operations, we have made
significant improvements at our fields in Gabon, both from an operational and
production perspective. We also have made valuable progress at Taq Taq,
delivering our most prolific step-out appraisal well to date. In the deepwater
Joint Development Zone, we have significantly enhanced our portfolio with the
addition of a 40 per cent interest in JDZ Block 1. Looking forward into 2008,
we foresee another exciting year of high activity and growth."

    Selected Financial Highlights

    
    -   Petroleum sales before royalties in the third quarter of 2007
        amounted to $925 million, an increase of 58 per cent over petroleum
        sales before royalties of $584 million in the third quarter of 2006.
        The growth in petroleum sales before royalties arose from the
        combination of increased petroleum sales volumes and increased
        average crude oil sales price, up by 10 per cent to $74.31 per
        barrel (/bbl) as compared to $67.60/bbl realized in the corresponding
        period in 2006.

    -   Net income in the third quarter of 2007 was $122 million, an increase
        of 63 per cent over net income of $75 million in the third quarter of
        2006. Net income per share (basic and diluted) increased by
        53 per cent to $0.78 per share in the third quarter of 2007 compared
        to $0.51 per share in the corresponding period in 2006.

    -   Funds Flow From Operations for the third quarter of 2007 increased
        37 per cent to $335 million compared to $244 million for the
        corresponding period in 2006. Funds Flow From Operations increased by
        30 per cent to $2.15 per share (basic) in the third quarter of 2007
        compared to $1.65 per share in the corresponding quarter in 2006. On
        a diluted basis, Funds Flow From Operations per share increased by
        25 per cent to $2.06 per share in the third quarter of 2007 compared
        to $1.65 per share in the corresponding period in 2006.

    The following tables summarize the selected third quarter and first nine
months financial highlights.

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    Selected third quarter                       Quarter ended
     financial highlights                         September 30
                                               ------------------
    $ million unless otherwise stated           2007        2006      Change
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    Petroleum sales before royalties             925         584         58%
    Average crude oil sales price, $/bbl       74.31       67.60         10%
    Net income                                   122          75         63%
    Funds Flow From Operations                   335         244         37%

    Average shares outstanding (basic),
     million                                     155         148          5%
    Earnings per share, $/share (basic)         0.78        0.51         53%
    Funds Flow From Operations per share,
     $/share (basic)                            2.15        1.65         30%

    Average shares outstanding (diluted),
     million                                     162         148          9%
    Earnings per share, $/share (diluted)       0.78        0.51         53%
    Funds Flow From Operations per share,
     $/share (diluted)                          2.06        1.65         25%
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    Selected first nine months                 Nine months ended
     financial highlights                         September 30
                                               ------------------
    $ million unless otherwise stated           2007        2006      Change
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    Petroleum sales before royalties           2,305       1,500         54%
    Average crude oil sales price, $/bbl       67.27       65.34          3%
    Net income                                   302         190         59%
    Funds Flow From Operations                   885         614         44%

    Average shares outstanding (basic),
     million                                     155         139         12%
    Earnings per share, $/share (basic)         1.94        1.37         42%
    Funds Flow From Operations per share,
     $/share (basic)                            5.70        4.44         28%

    Average shares outstanding (diluted),
     million                                     158         139         14%
    Earnings per share, $/share (diluted)       1.94        1.37         42%
    Funds Flow From Operations per share,
     $/share (diluted)                          5.59        4.44         26%
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    New Business Highlights

    -   As previously announced on September 25, 2007, the Corporation has
        agreed to acquire a 40 per cent working interest in Block 1 of the
        Joint Development Zone ("JDZ") from a subsidiary of ExxonMobil for a
        consideration of $78 million and 2 per cent of Addax Petroleum's
        share of profit oil produced from Block 1. Completion of the
        acquisition is subject to the approval of the Joint Development
        Authority of the JDZ. Upon completion of the acquisition, Addax
        Petroleum will have working interests in JDZ Blocks 1, 2, 3 and 4.

    Selected Operational Highlights

    -   Average working interest oil production in the third quarter of 2007
        was 128.2 thousand barrels per day (Mbbl/d), an increase of
        40 per cent over third quarter 2006 average oil production of
        91.5 Mbbl/d. Nigeria production increased by 17 per cent to
        104.5 Mbbl/d in the third quarter of 2007 compared to 89.1 Mbbl/d in
        the corresponding period in 2006. Gabon contributed 23.7 Mbbl/d in
        the third quarter of 2007 compared to 2.4 Mbbl/d in the third quarter
        of 2006, when the Gabon production assets were acquired. Total oil
        production during the quarter was 11.8 MMbbl, as compared to oil
        sales volumes of 12.4 MMbbl during the quarter.

    -   Continued step-out appraisal success in the Taq Taq field in the
        Kurdistan Region of Iraq and exploration success in OML137 offshore
        Nigeria, where a potentially significant gas discovery was made at
        Udele West at the start of the third quarter.

    -   Capital expenditures, excluding new business acquisition
        considerations, farm-in fees and license signature fees, increased by
        47 per cent to $281 million in the third quarter of 2007, up from
        $191 million in the third quarter of 2006. Development capital
        expenditures totaled $250 million in the third quarter of 2007, an
        increase of 92 per cent over third quarter 2006 development capital
        expenditures of $130 million. Exploration and appraisal capital
        expenditures decreased to $31 million in the third quarter of 2007
        from $61 million in the third quarter of 2006.

    -   Throughout the third quarter of 2007, the Corporation directly
        operated seven drilling rigs, four offshore Nigeria, one onshore
        Nigeria and two onshore Gabon, and indirectly operated one further
        drilling rig in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq through its joint
        venture company, Taq Taq Operating Company.

    -   Development project highlights in the third quarter of 2007 include:

        Nigeria

        -  four new development wells were drilled, three on OML123 and one
           on OML124;
        -  all four new wells were placed on production during the quarter;
        -  surface facilities development was ongoing at the OML123 license
           area.

        Gabon

        -  six development wells were drilled on the Corporation's onshore
           license areas;
        -  five of the six new onshore wells were placed on production;
        -  surface facilities development was ongoing at the onshore Maghena
           and offshore Etame license areas.

    -   Exploration and appraisal activity and highlights in the third
        quarter of 2007 include:

        Gulf of Guinea Shallow Water (Nigeria and Cameroon)

        -  one exploration well was drilled on OML137, offshore Nigeria
           resulting in the Udele West discovery;
        -  as previously reported on July 12, 2007, the Udele-2 discovery
           well discovered seven gas bearing intervals with individual gross
           gas columns of between 41 and 113 feet, 542 feet in aggregate. The
           discovery well was suspended and the Corporation intends to
           re-enter and deepen the well and carry out flow tests over
           selected intervals at a later date;
        -  in Cameroon, the Corporation contracted for a shallow-draft
           drilling rig to start shallow water exploration drilling on the
           Ngosso license area in the first quarter of 2008. Dredging work is
           ongoing to provide access to the planned drilling location.

        Gabon

        -  the Corporation has started a 3D seismic survey over the southern
           portion of the Maghena and Awoun license areas. The Corporation
           anticipates that the 3D survey, once acquired, processed and
           interpreted, will provide valuable information in the further
           development, appraisal and exploration of this area which contains
           the Obangue, Koula and Damier fields.

        Gulf of Guinea Deep Water (Nigeria and JDZ)

        -  technical studies are ongoing to evaluate exploration prospect
           drilling locations.

        Kurdistan Region of Iraq

        -  as previously announced on September 6, 2007, a successful
           step-out appraisal well, TT-07, was drilled and tested at an
           aggregate rate of 37.6 Mbbl/d from three separate intervals. The
           TT-07 well was drilled approximately 2.9 kilometres south-
           southeast of the crestally-located TT-04 well;
        -  during the third quarter, the TT-08 and TT-09 step-out appraisal
           wells were spudded approximately 1.7 kilometers east and
           approximately 1.7 kilometers south west of the TT-04 well,
           respectively. Both wells are being drilled with the purpose of
           appraising the flanks of the Taq Taq field.
        -  presently, the TT-09 well has been drilled to total depth and is
           being prepared for flow testing, the results of which will be
           announced following the completion of testing;
        -  drilling of the TT-08 well has progressed to just above the
           reservoir and the remainder of the well will be drilled and tested
           following the TT-09 flow testing;
        -  acquisition of a 3D seismic survey over the Taq Taq field and 2D
           seismic surveys over the Kewa Chermila area and east of Taq Taq
           were concluded in the third quarter.

    -   Operating netbacks in the third quarter of 2007 increased by
        15 per cent to $54.94/bbl compared to $47.90/bbl in the third quarter
        of 2006. Unit operating expenses in the third quarter of 2007
        decreased slightly by 3 per cent to $6.29/bbl compared to the third
        quarter 2006 level of $6.47/bbl, reflecting unit cost improvements
        due to increased production and sales which was partially offset by
        increasing operating costs due to industry demand.

    The following tables summarize the selected third quarter and first nine
months operational information.

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    Selected third quarter                       Quarter ended
     operational highlights                       September 30
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                                                2007        2006      Change
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    Annual average working interest
     gross oil production (Mbbl/d)
    Nigeria (offshore)                          96.1        85.1         13%
    Nigeria (onshore)                            8.4         4.0        110%
    Nigeria sub-total                          104.5        89.1         17%

    Gabon (offshore)                             6.3         1.4        350%
    Gabon (onshore)                             17.4         1.0       1640%
    Gabon sub-total                             23.7         2.4        888%

    Total                                      128.2        91.5         40%

    Prices, expenses and netbacks ($/bbl)
    Average realized price                     74.31       67.60         10%
    Operating expense                           6.29        6.47         (3%)
    Operating netback                          54.94       47.90         15%
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    Selected first nine months                 Nine months ended
     operational highlights                       September 30
                                               ------------------
                                                2007        2006      Change
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    Annual average working interest
     gross oil production (Mbbl/d)
    Nigeria (offshore)                          95.0        79.4         20%
    Nigeria (onshore)                            7.2         3.7         95%
    Nigeria sub-total                          102.2        83.1         23%

    Gabon (offshore)                             6.3         0.5       1160%
    Gabon (onshore)                             14.0         0.4       3400%
    Gabon sub-total                             20.3         0.9       2156%

    Total                                      122.5        84.0         46%

    Prices, expenses and netbacks ($/bbl)
    Average realized price                     67.27       65.34          3%
    Operating expense                           6.58        6.81         (3%)
    Operating netback                          49.81       46.49          7%
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    Dividends

    The Board of Directors of the Corporation has declared a dividend of
CDN$0.05 per share for the third quarter of 2007. The dividend is payable on
December 14, 2007 to shareholders of record on November 30, 2007. A dividend
of CDN$0.05 per share was declared and paid in the third quarter of 2007
relating to the second quarter of 2007. In accordance with Canada Revenue
Agency Guidelines, dividends paid by the Corporation during the period are
eligible dividends.

    Outlook

    The Corporation has completed its budget outlook for the remainder of
2007 and for 2008. Addax Petroleum's budgeting process is continually driven
by the philosophy of funding its capital expenditures with internally
generated cash flow, augmented from time to time with the use of debt, while
also retaining balance sheet strength and financial flexibility to expand the
Corporation's operations and property portfolio. The Corporation seeks to
reinvestment internally generated funds on an economic basis, balanced between
development and exploration activities. In particular, the Corporation's
development budget for 2008 is focused on building and maintaining production
to plateau levels on existing producing assets in Nigeria, continued
production growth in Gabon through the ongoing development of Addax Petroleum
operated onshore fields and potential first production from the Kurdistan
Region of Iraq. The Corporation will reinvest the cash flow generated from
this production base into an ambitious exploration and appraisal program which
is designed to accelerate reserves and resources additions to continue the
growth of the company. Addax Petroleum's exploration and appraisal budget for
2008 includes the drilling of up to 15 wells in all regions of operations,
including the Corporation's first deepwater exploration well.

    
    -   Selected highlights for 2007 include:

        Production Guidance

        -  working interest gross oil production is expected to average
           approximately 127 Mbbl/d, in line with the guidance range of 127
           to 133 Mbbl/d;
        -  oil production from Nigeria is expected to remain ahead of
           guidance reflecting better than anticipated performance from
           OML124 and OML126, partially offset by lower than expected
           production from OML123;
        -  oil production from Gabon is expected to continue to improve from
           the third quarter into the fourth quarter, but on average will be
           below guidance for the year. Export pipeline constraints for
           onshore production from a third party operator is the principal
           factor for lower than expected production. Well production
           capacity is per guidance but total production is less than
           guidance for the reason noted above.

        Capital Expenditure Estimate

        -  the Corporation's revised capital expenditure estimate for 2007 is
           $1,072 million, excluding new business acquisition considerations,
           farm-in fees and license signature fees, relative to its
           previously reported full year estimate of $1,150 million;
        -  estimated development capital expenditures amount to $817 million
           split 74 per cent to Nigeria and the balance to Gabon. Development
           drilling is the largest item, accounting for $518 million or
           63 per cent of the development estimate;
        -  estimated exploration and appraisal capital expenditures amount to
           $251 million including $138 million in Nigeria (excluding the
           deepwater license area) which has resulted in three promising
           discoveries in the first nine months of 2007 and $76 million for
           the successful appraisal of Taq Taq.

    -   Selected highlights for 2008 include:

        Production Guidance

        -  working interest gross oil production in 2008 is expected to
           average between 140 and 145 Mbbl/d, an increase of approximately
           10 to 14 per cent over 2007;
        -  oil production from Nigeria is expected to show modest growth
           averaging between 106 and 111 Mbbl/d. The expected production from
           Nigeria includes further increases from OML123 plus flat
           production from OML124, partially offset by decline from OML126
           which was originally anticipated in 2007 but has not been
           observed;
        -  oil production from Gabon is expected to average between 31 and
           36 Mbbl/d. The expected production from Gabon consists of
           continued growth from the Corporation's onshore license areas
           while maintaining production levels from the offshore license
           area. Addax Petroleum expects that oil production from onshore
           Gabon will continue to be partially constrained by a third party
           operator through most of 2008, although the Corporation has
           commenced the extension of its export system which, once
           commissioned, will allow for further production increases by
           availing of spare capacity through the Shell-operated Rabi
           station;
        -  production guidance for 2008 does not include any oil production
           from the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, although the Corporation,
           together with its partners Genel Enerji and the Kurdistan Regional
           Government, is planning for the installation of an early
           production system for the Taq Taq field. The early production
           system is expected to commence as early as the second half of 2008
           and would include oil production of approximately 10 Mbbl/d from
           Taq Taq (approximately 4 Mbbl/d working interest to Addax
           Petroleum).

        Budgeted Capital Expenditure

        -  the Corporation's capital expenditure budget for 2008 is
           $1,509 million, excluding new business acquisition considerations,
           farm-in fees and license signature fees;
        -  budgeted development capital expenditures amount to $1,175 million
           split 73% per cent to Nigeria, 23% to Gabon and the balance to the
           Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Development drilling is the largest
           item, accounting for $636 million or 54 per cent of the
           development budget;
        -  budgeted exploration and appraisal capital expenditures amount to
           $330 million including $175 million in Nigeria (excluding the
           deepwater license area) and Cameroon, $90 million in deepwater
           Nigeria and the JDZ, $42 million in Gabon and $23 million in the
           Kurdistan Region of Iraq. The Corporation plans to drill up to 15
           exploration and appraisal wells in 2008. The Corporation is
           endeavouring to start exploration drilling on its deepwater
           license areas as soon as possible in 2008. The Corporation is
           actively seeking a drilling rig of opportunity to accelerate its
           deepwater drilling program and mitigate scenarios in which the
           Aban Abraham drilling rig, already contracted to start drilling in
           late 2008, may be delayed.

    The following table summarises the Corporation's current oil production
guidance and capital expenditure budget for 2007 and 2008:

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    2007 and 2008 Outlook Highlights
                                                2007        2008      Change
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    Oil Production Guidance, Mbbl/d
    Nigeria                                      106  106 to 111      0 - 5%
    Gabon                                         21    31 to 36    48 - 71%
    Total                                        127  140 to 145    10 - 14%

    Capital Expenditure Budget - by Region,
     $ million
    Nigeria (excluding deepwater) & Cameroon     744       1,034         39%
    Gabon                                        228         307         35%
    Deepwater Nigeria & JDZ                       20          90        350%
    Kurdistan Region of Iraq                      76          74         (3%)
    Corporate                                      4           4          0%
    Total                                      1,072       1,509         41%

    Capital Expenditure Budget - by Type,
     $ million
    Development                                  817       1,175         44%
    Exploration & appraisal                      251         330         31%
    Corporate                                      4           4          0%
    Total                                      1,072       1,509         41%
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    Finally, the Corporation expects to report its 2007 year-end petroleum
reserves and resources estimates, prepared independently and in accordance
with National Instrument 51-101, in the second half of January, 2008.

    Legal Notice - Forward-Looking Statements

    Certain statements in this press release constitute forward-looking
statements under applicable securities legislation. Such statements are
generally identifiable by the terminology used, such as "anticipate",
"believe", "intend", "expect", "plan", "estimate", "budget", "outlook", "may",
"will", "should", "could", "would" or other similar wording. Forward-looking
information includes, but is not limited to, reference to business strategy
and goals, future capital and other expenditures, reserves and resources
estimates, drilling plans, construction and repair activities, the submission
of development plans, seismic activity, production levels and the sources of
growth thereof, project development schedules and results, results of
exploration activities and dates by which certain areas may be developed or
may come on-stream, royalties payable, financing and capital activities,
contingent liabilities, environmental matters, government approvals and
completion of current negotiations. By its very nature, such forward-looking
information requires Addax Petroleum to make assumptions that may not
materialize or that may not be accurate. This forward-looking information is
subject to known and unknown risks and uncertainties and other factors, which
may cause actual results, levels of activity and achievements to differ
materially from those expressed or implied by such information. Such factors
include, but are not limited to: imprecision of reserves and resources
estimates; ultimate recovery of reserves; prices of oil and natural gas;
general economic, market and business conditions; industry capacity;
competitive action by other companies; fluctuations in oil prices; refining
and marketing margins; the ability to produce and transport crude oil and
natural gas to markets; the ability to market and sell natural gas under its
production sharing contracts; the effects of weather and climate conditions;
the results of exploration and development drilling and related activities;
fluctuation in interest rates and foreign currency exchange rates; the ability
of suppliers to meet commitments; actions by governmental authorities,
including increases in taxes; decisions or approvals of administrative
tribunals; changes in environmental and other regulations; risks attendant
with oil and gas operations, both domestic and international; international
political events; expected rates of return; and other factors, many of which
are beyond the control of Addax Petroleum. More specifically, production may
be affected by such factors as exploration success, start-up timing and
success, facility reliability, reservoir performance and natural decline
rates, water handling, and drilling progress. Capital expenditures may be
affected by cost pressures associated with new capital projects, including
labour and material supply, project management, drilling rig rates and
availability, and seismic costs. These factors are discussed in greater detail
in filings made by Addax Petroleum with the Canadian provincial securities
commissions.
    Readers are cautioned that the foregoing list of important factors
affecting forward-looking information is not exhaustive. Furthermore, the
forward-looking information contained in this press release is made as of the
date of this press release and, except as required by applicable law, Addax
Petroleum does not undertake any obligation to update publicly or to revise
any of the included forward-looking information, whether as a result of new
information, future events or otherwise. The forward-looking information
contained in this press release is expressly qualified by this cautionary
statement.

    Non-GAAP Measures

    Addax Petroleum defines "Funds Flow From Operations" or "FFFO" as net
cash from operating activities before changes in non-cash working capital.
Management believes that in addition to net income, FFFO is a useful measure
as it demonstrates Addax Petroleum's ability to generate the cash necessary to
repay debt or fund future growth through capital investment. Addax Petroleum
also assesses its performance utilizing Operating Netbacks which it defines as
the per barrel pre-tax profit margin associated with the production and sale
of crude oil and is calculated as the average realized sales price less
royalties and operating expenses, on a per barrel basis. FFFO and Operating
Netback are not recognized measures under Canadian GAAP. Readers are cautioned
that these measures should not be construed as an alternative to net income or
cash flow from operating activities determined in accordance with Canadian
GAAP or as an indication of Addax Petroleum's performance. Addax Petroleum's
method of calculating this measure may differ from other companies and
accordingly, it may not be comparable to measures used by other companies.

    Analyst Conference Call

    Financial analysts are invited to participate in a conference call today
Monday, November 12 at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time/4:00 p.m. London, U.K. time
with Mr. Jean Claude Gandur, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr.
Michael Ebsary, Chief Financial Officer and Mr. James Pearce, Chief Operating
Officer. The media and shareholders may participate on a listen only basis.

    
    To listen to the conference call, please call one of the following:
    Toronto:                              416 644 3418
    Toll-free (Canada and the U.S):     1 800 732 0232
    Toll-free (U.K.):                 00 800 2288 3501
    Toll-free (Switzerland):          00 800 2288 3501
    

    A replay of the call will be available at (416) 640-1917 or (877)
289-8525, passcode 21251977 (followed by the number sign) until Monday,
November 26, 2007.
    A webcast will be available at the following URL:
    www.axisto.com/webcasting/investis/addax-petroleum/q3-2007-results/





For further information:

For further information: Mr. Michael Ebsary, Chief Financial Officer,
Tel.: +41 (0) 22 702 94 03, michael.ebsary@addaxpetroleum.com; Mr. Patrick
Spollen, Investor Relations, Tel.: +41 (0) 22 702 95 47,
patrick.spollen@addaxpetroleum.com; Mr. Craig Kelly, Investor Relations, Tel.:
+41 (0) 22 702 95 68, craig.kelly@addaxpetroleum.com; Ms. Marie-Gabrielle
Cajoly, Press Relations, Tel.: +41(0) 22 702 94 44,
marie-gabrielle.cajoly@addaxpetroleum.com; Mr. Nick Cowling, Press Relations,
Tel.: (416) 934-8011, nick.cowling@cossette.com; Mr. James Henderson, Press
Relations, Tel.: +44 (0) 20 7743 6673, james.henderson@pelhampr.com; Mr.
Alisdair Haythornthwaite, Press Relations, Tel.: +44 (0) 20 7743 6676,
alisdair.haythornthwaite@pelhampr.com

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