Forte Energy NL
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Quarterly Activities and Cashflow Report

                                                                                        Forte Energy NL
                                                                                                         
                                                                                        ACN 009 087 852
                                                                                                     
                                                                                                        
31st January 2012
                                    Quarterly Report - December 2011

Forte  Energy  NL  ("Forte Energy" or "the Company") (ASX/AIM: FTE) is an International  uranium  company
focused  on  the  exploration  and  development of a portfolio of uranium  assets  in  the  Republics  of
Mauritania and Guinea, West Africa.

                              Highlights of 2nd Quarter to 31 December 2011

Uranium Exploration - Mauritania (West Africa)
        
*   Reverse  Circulation  (RC)  drilling programme started on the 17th  October  2011  at  the  A238
    Prospect.  Overall 43 holes, totalling 5,863m, have been drilled up to the 31st December 2011, of which
    36 were mineralised and assayed.
*   Assay  results  announced post the quarter confirm mineralised extensions to the  north-west  of
    A238 and at depth below the existing A238 resource.
*   Notable intersections include:
    
              -       RC133:      25m @ 357ppm U
              -       RC140:      10m @ 510ppm U
              -       RC142:       8m @ 312ppm U
              -       RC148:      22m @ 320ppm U
              -       RC150:      15m @ 382ppm U & 12m @ 381ppm U
              -       RC151:      15m @ 339ppm U
              -       RC152:      24m @ 315ppm U
              -       RC160:       8m @ 260ppm U & 16m @ 248ppm U
                   
*   The  A238  drilling  programme is scheduled to be completed by the end of January  and  will  be
    followed by drilling of the calcrete hosted uranium prospects at the Hasi Baida (948) licence.
*   A238 resource update is expected be announced in Q1 2012.
*   Mapping and trenching (741m) continued during the quarter at the Tisram (284) licence,
    identifying over 31 radiometric surface anomalies.

Uranium Exploration - Guinea (West Africa)

*   Access to the central area of the Firawa prospect was completed in December and drilling started
    on the 7th January. By the 20th January drilling was progressing well with 20 holes (1,800m) completed.
*   The  initial 5,000m drilling programme is scheduled to be completed by mid-February  with  assay
    results expected in April/May.

Republic of Mauritania, West Africa

Forte  owns  eight exploration licences covering over 8,600km2 of highly prospective ground  in  northern
Mauritania.  The  maiden JORC resource at the A238 Prospect of 26Mt @ 256ppm U3O8 for 14.9Mlbs  contained
U3O8 was announced in June 2011 at 100ppm U3O8 cut off grade.

The  10,000m  RC drilling programme at the A238 Prospect started on the 17th October and was focussed  on
testing the potential extensions of the mineralisation in the A238 Prospect both at depth and to the east
and west of the original inferred resource outline.

To view Fig. 1  Forte  Energy  uranium  exploration permits, Mauritania, please open the following link
in a new window: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/fte0201fig1.jpg.

To  view  Fig.  2  A238  Prospect  and NW Anomaly - RC Drilling, please open the following link in
a new window: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/fte0201fig2.jpg.

Initial  assay  results have been received for 36 drill holes. 16 holes were drilled on a  small  surface
outcrop, approximately 800m to the north-west of A238. The remaining holes were drilled in the main  zone
of A238 testing the extensions along strike and at depth. (See Figure 2).

Table 1: December Quarter - RC Drilling Summary

Licence   Prospect  Anomaly     Hole ID       East        North       Inclina-       Depth   Assayed
                                             (WGS84)     (WGS84)      tion (Deg)    (m)
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC121         282413      2772916     -50            80      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC122         283322      2773000     -50            50      No
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC123         283158      2772886     -50            91      No
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC124         283314      2772873     -50           139      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC125         283859      2772034     -50           124      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC126         283918      2772014     -50            75      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC127         283893      2771997     -50           140      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC128         283974      2771931     -60            27      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC129         283974      2771931     -60           161      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC130         284060      2771748     -70           200      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC133         284198      2771601     -70           201      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC138         284423      2771516     -85           120      No
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC140         284487      2771316     -70           140      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC141         284466      2771302     -70           166      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC142         284531      2771224     -50           120      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC144         284661      2771071     -50            91      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC145         284707      2770982     -50           100      No
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC146         282388      2772899     -50           100      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC147         282310      2772972     -50            80      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC148         282455      2772885     -50            80      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC149         282284      2772957     -50           100      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC150         282427      2772870     -60           184      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC151         282520      2772862     -50            80      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC152         282520      2772836     -60           107      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC153         282365      2773000     -65           150      No
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC154         282561      2772842     -50            90      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC155         282547      2772815     -60           170      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC156         283245      2773076     -60            71      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC157         283318      2773001     -60            84      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC158         283412      2772941     -70           117      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC159         282364      2772942     -50            65      No
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC160         282490      2772810     -60           170      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC161         282575      2772857     -50           140      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC162         282615      2772826     -50           100      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC163         282779      2772900     -50           100      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 NW     RC164         282734      2772879     -50           109      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC131         284220      2771861     -60           259      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC132         284276      2771779     -60           289      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC134         284360      2771715     -60           301      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC135         284211      2771489     -55           259      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC136         284243      2771389     -50           146      No
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC137         284178      2771954     -60           264      Yes
Legleya   A238      A238 M      RC139         284079      2772068     -60           223      Yes

Initial assay results from the first 36 holes have identified mineralised extensions below the
existing resources and to the south of the area. Early assay results have also confirmed
mineralisation from surface down to 140m at the north-west of the anomaly. Further assay results
are expected in February and will be used by CSA Global Inc (UK) to complete the A238 resource
update by the end of Q1 2012. 
  
Table 2: A238 Prospect - Selected Drilling assays
  
License        Prospect  Hole_Id   East     North      Inclina-       From  To        Inter-   Average
                                   WGS84    WGS84      tion Degrees  (m)   (m)        val      Grade
                                                                                     (m)       U (ppm)
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC121     282413   2772916    50             11    15        4        215
                                                                      20    25        5        272
LEGLEYA 286    A238      RC126     283918   2772014    50             29    35        6        197
                                                                      37    39        2        264
                                                                      44    47        3        398
                                                                      58    60        2        286
                                                                      71    73        2        286
LEGLEYA 286    A238      RC133     284198   2771601    70             25    27        2        287
                                                                     172   197       25        357
LEGLEYA 286    A238      RC140     284487   2771316    70             89    99       10        510
                                                                     104   106        2        250
LEGLEYA 286    A238      RC141     284466   2771302    70            157   160        3        295
LEGLEYA 286    A238      RC142     284531   2771224    50            100   108        8        312
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC146     282388   2772899    50             54    63        9        367
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC148     282455   2772885    50             40    44        4        231
                                                                      46    68       22        320
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC150     282427   2772870    60             86   101       15        282
                                                                     104   116       12        381
                                                                     118   125        7        209
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC151     282520   2772862    50             36    51       15        339
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC152     282520   2772836    60             68    75        7        330
                                                                      78    81        3        362
                                                                      83   107       24        315
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC155     282547   2772815    60            120   127        7        219
                                                                     129   133        4        189
                                                                     136   140        4        214
LEGLEYA 286    A238      RC156     283245   2773076    60             55    59        4        226
LEGLEYA 286    A238      RC157     283318   2773001    60             41    45        4        252
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC160     282490   2772810    60            127   135        8        260
                                                                     144   160       16        248
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC161     282575   2772857    50             25    27        2        193
LEGLEYA 286    A238 NW   RC163     282779   2772900    50             22    26        4        265

Drilling at the A238 Prospect is scheduled to be completed within the next week and the drill rig
will then move to Hasi Baida for an initial drilling programme of 3,000m to test several near to
surface calcrete deposits, covering over 12km2.  Historical works completed by the company,
including trenching and pits, have identified high grade mineralisation in close proximity to the
surface, typical of a calcrete type deposit.

Republic of Guinea, West Africa

Forte has four uranium prospecting permits in Guinea over two concessions areas: Firawa and Bohoduo,
covering over 847km2. Firawa is Forte?s principal asset ? it has a JORC resource of 17.7Mt @ 296ppm
U3O8 for 11.6Mlbs contained U3O8 at a 100ppm U3O8 cut off.

Access to the Firawa drill sites was delayed during the quarter following heavy rain and difficult
working conditions. Two substantial deviations around collapsed bridges on the main road into Firawa
were completed in December. 

To view Fig. 3 Firawa deviation and access works, please open the following link in a new window:
http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/fte0201fig3.jpg.

A programme of up to 5,000m of extension and infill RC drilling is planned for Firawa and started on
the 9th January. The drilling will test extensions to the east and west with previous drilling
campaigns only testing a 2.5km section of the anomaly?s 5km length. Drilling is aimed at increasing
both the size and confidence level of the current Inferred JORC compliant U3O8 resource. 

To view Fig. 4 Firawa Project ? Guinea: Planned Drilling, please open the following link in a new
window: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/fte0201fig4.jpg.

As at the 20th January a total of 37 holes had been drilled over 3,000m in the central area,
infilling in areas where access was not possible previously and testing the down dip extensions.
Drilling will continue during January and February testing the anomalies along strike to the east
(+2km) and west (+1km).

Assay results are expected in April and May and a resource update is scheduled by the end of June. 

A draft report on the preliminary baseline environmental social and community study has been
completed by SGS Ltd (West and Central Africa region) and is currently under review.

Conclusion

Forte's strategy of building a significant uranium company has made significant progress during the
December quarter, with the commencement of an intensive drilling campaign in both Mauritania and
Guinea.  The key objective of the drilling campaign is to increase our existing resources of 28.5m
lbs of U3O8, as well as gain a significantly better understanding of our known uranium deposits.
Forte remains at an early stage of this strategy, with further resource and exploration drilling yet
to be completed, with the bulk of the assay results still to be received. The assay results from the
latest campaign have been encouraging, and we look forward to updating the market on further assay
results in the next few weeks, as well as updating the market with revised resource statements for
Mauritania in Q1 and Guinea in late Q2 of 2012.

Mark Reilly
Managing Director
31 January 2012

For further information contact:

Mark Reilly, Managing Director
Forte Energy N.L.                               Tel: +44 (0) 203 384 9555

Stuart Laing 
RFC Corporate Finance                           Tel: +61 (0) 8 9480 2506
(AIM Nominated Adviser to the Company) 

Rob Collins/Tarica Mpinga
Canaccord Genuity Limited                       Tel: +44 (0) 207 050 6500

Bobby Morse/Louise Hadcocks
Buchanan                                        Tel: +44 (0) 207 466 5000

Nicholas Read/Paul Armstrong
Read Corporate                                  Tel: +61 (0) 8 9388 1474

Forte Energy NL

Australia                               United Kingdom
Suite 3, Level 3                        3C Princes House
1292 Hay Street                         38 Jermyn Street
West Perth WA 6005                      London SW1Y 6DN
Ph: +61 (0)8 9322 4071                  Ph: +44 (0)203 384 7474
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Email: info@forteenergy.com.au          Email: info@forteenergy.co.uk
Web: www.forteenergy.com.au

About Forte Energy

Forte Energy is an Australian-based minerals company focused on the exploration and development of
uranium and associated bi-products in Mauritania and Guinea in West Africa.  The Company has an
extensive pipeline of assets and total JORC resources of 45.5Mt @ 284ppm U3O8 for 28.5Mlbs
contained U3O8 (100ppm cut-off).

Its flagship assets are the A238 prospect (14.9Mlbs U3O8) and the Bir En Nar project (2.06Mlbs
U3O8) in Mauritania, and the Firawa project in Guinea (11.6Mlb U3O8).  The Company has also received
encouraging rare earth elements results from Firawa, with a re-assay programme confirming
correlation of REEs with uranium mineralisation.

Forte Energy U3O8 JORC resources (all at a 100ppm cut-off):

Project              Resource Category       M tonnes              ppm U3O8            Contained U3O8
                                                                                         Mlbs
Bir En Nar           Indicated                            0.55                  886               1.0
(Mauritania)
                     Inferred                             0.78                  575               1.0
                     Total                                1.33                  704               2.0
A238                 Inferred                             26.5                  256              14.9
(Mauritania)
                     Total                                26.5                  256              14.9
Firawa               Inferred                             17.7                  296              11.6
(Guinea)
                     Total                                17.7                  296              11.6
Total                Indicated                             0.5                  886               1.0
                     Inferred                               45                  277              27.5
                     Total                                45.5                  284              28.5

Forte Energy?s strategy is to target high grade uranium ore bodies and build a low cost West African-
focused uranium producer. The Company is quoted on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX: FTE) and AIM
market of the London Stock Exchange (AIM: FTE). For more information, visit www.forteenergy.com.au 

Note:

The information in this report that relates to Exploration Results is based on information compiled
by Mr. Bosse Gustafsson, who is a Member of the European Federation of Geologists, a ?Recognised
Overseas Professional Organisation? (?ROPO?) included in a list promulgated by the ASX from time to
time. Mr Gustafsson is a full time Technical Director of Forte Energy NL and is responsible for
exploration activities in Mauritania and Guinea. Mr. Gustafsson has sufficient experience which is
relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity
which he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2004 Edition of the
?Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves?. Mr.
Gustafsson consents to the inclusion in this report of the matters based on his information in the
form and context in which it appears. 

The information in this report that relates to the Mineral Resource at Bir En Nar in Mauritania is
based on information compiled by Mr. Bosse Gustafsson of Forte Energy NL and Mr. Neil Inwood of
Coffey Mining Ltd. 

The information in this report that relates to the Mineral Resource at the A238 prospect in Mauritania
is based on information compiled by Mr. Bosse Gustafsson or Forte Energy NL and Mr Galen White BSc
(hons) FGS, MAUSIMM, Principal Geologist of CSA Global Inc (UK). 

The information in this report that relates to the Mineral Resource at Firawa in Guinea is based on
information compiled by Mr. Bosse Gustafsson of Forte Energy NL and Mr. Doug Corley of Coffey Mining
Ltd. 

Mr. Gustafsson, Mr. Corley, Mr. Inwood and Mr. White have sufficient experience which is relevant to
the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity which they
have undertaken to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2004 Edition of the "Australasian
Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves". Mr. Gustafsson, Mr.
Corley, Mr. Inwood and Mr. White consent to the inclusion in this report of the matters based on
their information in the form and context in which it appears. 

Appendix 5B
  
Mining exploration entity quarterly report
  
Introduced 1/7/96. Origin: Appendix 8. Amended  1/7/97, 1/7/98, 30/9/2001, 01/06/10.
  
Name of entity
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FORTE ENERGY NL
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ABN                                                            Quarter ended ("current quarter")
--------------                                                 ---------------------------------
59 009 087 852                                                         31 December 2011
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                                                               Current quarter      Year to date
  Cash flows related to operating activities                        A$'000           (6 months)
                                                                                       A$'000
  1.1       Receipts from product sales and related debtors               -                   -
  1.2       Payments for   (a)  exploration and evaluation          (1,694)             (2,756)
                  (b)  development                                        -                   -
                  (c)  production                                         -                   -
                  (d)  administration                                 (860)             (1,521)
  1.3       Dividends received                                            -                   -
  1.4       Interest  and  other items of  a  similar  nature                                  
            received                                                     99                 367
  1.5       Interest and other costs of finance paid                      -                   -
  1.6       Income taxes paid                                             -                   -
  1.7       Other (provide details if material)                           -                   -
                                                                                               
            Net Operating Cash Flows                                (2,455)             (3,910)
                                                                                                   
            Cash flows related to investing activities                     
  1.8       Payment for purchases of:                                                          
                  (a) prospects                                           -                   -
                  (b) equity investments                                  -                   -
                  (c) other fixed assets                               (10)                (26)
  1.9       Proceeds from sale of:                                                                 
                  (a) prospects                                           -                   -
                  (b) equity investments                                  -                   -
                  (c) other fixed assets                                  -                   -
  1.10      Loans to other entities                                       -                   -
  1.11      Loans repaid by other entities                                -                   -
  1.12      Other (provide details if material)                           -                   -
                                                                                               
            Net investing cash flows                                   (10)                (26)
  1.13      Total   operating   and  investing   cash   flows       (2,465)             (3,936)
            (carried forward)
  
  
  Consolidated statement of cash flows
  
  1.13      Total   operating   and  investing   cash   flows       (2,465)             (3,936)
            (brought  forward)
                                                                                               
            Cash flows related to financing activities                                         
  1.14      Proceeds from issues of shares, options, etc.                 -                   -
  1.15      Proceeds from sale of forfeited shares                        -                   -
  1.16      Proceeds from borrowings                                      -                   -
  1.17      Repayment of borrowings                                       -                   -
  1.18      Dividends paid                                                -                   -
  1.19      Other - Settlement of Guarantee                                                        
            Net financing cash flows                                      -                   -
                                                                                               
            Net increase (decrease) in cash held                    (2,465)             (3,936)
            
  1.20      Cash at beginning of quarter/year to date                 7,248               8,717
  1.21      Exchange rate adjustments to item 1.20                      (1)                   1
  1.22      Cash at end of quarter                                    4,782               4,782
  
  Payments to directors of the entity and associates of the directors
  Payments to related entities of the entity and associates of the related entities

                                                                                Current quarter
                                                                                     $A'000
                                                                                                
           Aggregate  amount of payments to the parties included  in  item                  216
           1.2
                                                                                                
           Aggregate amount of loans to the parties included in item 1.10                     0
           
           Explanation necessary for an understanding of the transactions

           Salaries and rental of office premises

  Non-cash financing and investing activities

  2.1      Details of financing and investing transactions which have had a material effect on
           consolidated assets and liabilities but did not involve cash flows
           Nil
  
  2.2      Details  of  outlays  made  by other entities to establish or increase  their  share  in
           projects in which the reporting entity has an interest
           Nil
  
  
  Financing facilities available
  Add notes as necessary for an understanding of the position.
  
                                                  Amount available           Amount used
                                                  $A'000                     $A'000
  3.1       Loan facilities                                    Nil                   N/A
  3.2       Credit standby arrangements                        Nil                   N/A
  
  Estimated cash outflows for next quarter
                                                                                       $A'000
  4.1      Exploration and evaluation                                                   1,000
  4.2      Development                                                                      -
  4.3      Production                                                                       -
  4.4      Administration                                                                 600
            Total                                                                       1,600
  
  Reconciliation of cash
  Reconciliation  of cash at the end  of  the  quarter     Current quarter       Previous quarter
  (as  shown  in  the consolidated statement  of  cash         $A'000                 $A'000
  flows)  to the related items in the accounts  is  as
  follows.

  5.1      Cash on hand and at bank                               1,782                       1,248
  5.2      Deposits at call                                       3,000                       6,000
  5.3      Bank overdraft                                             -                           -
  5.4      Other (provide details)                                    -                           -
           Total: cash at end of quarter (item 1.22)              4,782                       7,248
  
  Changes in interests in mining tenements
  
                                  Tenement       Nature of interest      Interest  at   Interest at
                                  reference      (note (2))              beginning of   end      of
                                                                         quarter        quarter
  6.1      Interests in  mining                                                         
           tenements
           relinquished,
           reduced or lapsed
  6.2      Interests in  mining                                                         
           tenements   acquired
           or increased
  
Issued and quoted securities at end of current quarter
Description includes rate of interest and any redemption or conversion rights together with
prices and dates.
  
                                          Total number    Number quoted    Issue price       Amount
                                                                          per security      paid up
                                                                          (see note 3)          per
                                                                               (cents)     security
                                                                                          (see note
                                                                                         3) (cents)
  7.1      Preference     +securities                                                              
           (description)
  7.2      Changes during quarter                                                                  
           (a)  Increases through                                      
           issues
           (b)  Decreases through
           returns of capital, buy-
           backs, redemptions
  7.3      +Ordinary securities           695,589,311      695,589,311                             
                                            2,250,000                -             25             1
  7.4      Changes during quarter                                                                 
           (a) Increases through                                                                  
           issues                                                                                 
           Issue for cash                                                                         
            (b)  Decreases through                                                                
           returns of capital, buy-                                                               
           backs                                                     
  7.5      +Convertible          debt                                                             
           securities (description)
  7.6      Changes during quarter                                                                 
           (a)  Increases through
           issues
           (b)  Decreases through
           securities matured,
           converted
  7.7      Options  (description  and                                         Exercise       Expiry
           conversion factor)                                                    price         date
                                                                                                  
                                            5,000,000                -      11.0 cents     21/12/12
                                            3,000,000                -      10.0 cents     17/12/13
                                            6,000,000                -      20.0 cents     23/12/12
  7.8      Issued during quarter                                                                  
  7.9      Exercised during quarter                                                               
  7.10     Expired during quarter           1,000,000                -         6 pence     24/12/11
  7.11     Debentures                                                                              
           (totals only)
  7.12     Unsecured notes                                                                         
           (totals only)
  
  
  Compliance statement
  
  1   This statement has been prepared under accounting policies, which comply with accounting
      standards as defined in the Corporations Act or other standards acceptable to ASX
      (see note 4). 

  2   This statement does give a true and fair view of the matters disclosed.  
  
  Sign here: .........................................  Date: 31 January 2012.
                 Company Secretary
  
  Print name: ...Murray Wylie.........................
  
  
  Notes
  
  1   The quarterly report provides a basis for informing the market how the entity?s activities
      have been financed for the past quarter and the effect on its cash position.  An entity
      wanting to disclose additional information is encouraged to do so, in a note or notes
      attached to this report.

  2   The "Nature of interest" (items 6.1 and 6.2) includes options in respect of interests in
      mining tenements acquired, exercised or lapsed during the reporting period.  If the entity
      is involved in a joint venture agreement and there are conditions precedent, which will
      change its percentage interest in a mining tenement, it should disclose the change of
      percentage interest and conditions precedent in the list required for items 6.1 and 6.2.

  3   Issued and quoted securities  The issue price and amount paid up is not required in items
      7.1 and 7.3 for fully paid securities.

  4   The definitions in, and provisions of, AASB 1022: Accounting for Extractive Industries and
      AASB 1026: Statement of Cash Flows apply to this report.

  5   Accounting Standards ASX will accept, for example, the use of International Accounting
      Standards for foreign entities.  If the standards used do not address a topic, the
      Australian standard on that topic (if any) must be complied with.

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