Notice to Holders of American Depositary Shares Evidenced by American Depositary Receipts Representing Deposited Ordinary Shares of Samson Oil & Gas Limited, dated July 15, 2020
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF AMERICAN DEPOSITARY SHARES ("ADSs") EVIDENCED BYAMERICAN DEPOSITARY RECEIPTS ("ADRs")REPRESENTING DEPOSITED ORDINARY SHARES OF:SAMSON OIL AND GAS LIMITEDONE ADS REPRESENTS TWENTY ORDINARY SHARESCUSP: 796043206 AND UNDERLYING 'SIN: AUOOOOOOSSNOAs owners and beneficial owners of the above ADRs, you are hereby notified that The Bank of New York Mellon, as depositary (the "Depositary"), will terminate the Deposit Agreement, dated January 4, 2008, among Samson Oil and Gas Limited ("Samson Limited Gas"), the Depositary, and Owners and Holders of ADRs, the ("Deposit Agreement").As a result, the existing ADR facility will be terminated effective at 5:00 PM (Eastern Time) on Friday, August 14, 2020.Under the terms of the Deposit Agreement, you have until at least Tuesday, December 15, 2020 to surrender your Samson Oil and Gas Limited ADRs for delivery of the underlying shares.PLEASE NOTE: The ordinary shares of Samson Oil and Gas were delisted from trading on The Australian Stock Exchange. Although the ordinary shares are still transferable, our local custodian has confirmed transfer of the shares will be completed via an "off market" transfer process. In order to complete delivery of the ordinary shares, you must supply the Depositary with your registration information for the ordinary shares.Subsequent to Tuesday, December 15, 2020 under the terms of the Deposit Agreement, the Depositary may attempt to sell the underlying shares. Since the ordinary shares are currently delisted, BNY Mellon may be unable to sell any remaining ordinary shares. If the Depositary has sold such shares, you will be notified and sent separate instructions to surrender your ADRs to obtain payment of the sale proceeds.Samson Oil and Gas Limited has agreed to pay the Depositary's cancellation fees on your behalf. Accordingly, no Depositary's cancellation fees will be charged if you surrender ADRs with the intention of withdrawing the underlying shares. You remain liable for any applicable taxes and government charges, brokerage, transfer or other fees or expenses.To surrender your ADRs, the address of the Depositary is: The Bank of New York Mellon, 240 Greenwich Street, Depositary Receipts Division — 8th Floor, Attention: Cancellation Desk, New York, NY 10286. Registered or overnight mail is the suggested method of delivering DRS to the Depositary.PLEASE SEE INVESTOR DISCLOSURE ON LAST PAGE.To learn more about Depositary Receipts, please contact ***@*** or visit our website at adrbnymellon.com.
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