What is Erin Energy’s business?

Erin Energy Corporation (formerly CAMAC Energy) is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company focused on energy resources in sub-Saharan Africa. Its asset portfolio consists of 9 licenses across 4 countries covering an area of 43,000 square kilometers (10 million acres), including current production and other exploration projects offshore Nigeria, as well as exploration licenses offshore Ghana, Kenya and Gambia, and onshore Kenya. Erin Energy is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ERN and on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ERN.

Where is Erin Energy’s corporate headquarters?

1330 Post Oak Blvd, Suite 2250
Houston, Texas 77056

What is Erin Energy’s ticker symbol and where is it listed?

On the OTC Markets OTC: ERINQ

ISIN: US1317451011

Does Erin Energy pay dividends?

No, Erin Energy does not pay dividends.

When did Erin Energy begin trading?

Erin Energy became public in 2010.

Who is Erin Energy’s auditor?

Pannell Kerr Forster of Texas, P.C.

Who is Erin Energy’s transfer agent?

For shareholders in U.S:
Continental Stock Transfer & Trust Company
+1 212 509 4000

For shareholders on the South African register:
Link Market Services
+27 11 713 0800

What is Erin Energy’s fiscal year?

December 31

Does Erin Energy have a Code of Conduct?

Yes, you can access here: Corporate Governance; or contact Investor Relations to request a copy: ir@erinenergy.com

How can I automatically receive announcements?

By registering here.

Where can I find Erin Energy’s latest presentation?

You can download it here: Corporate Presentation; or request a copy from Investor Relations: ir@erinenergy.com

How do I contact Investor Relations?

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