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EastSiberian Plc (Symbol: ESB) is a Jersey Channel Islands domiciled corporation currently listed on the NEX board of the TMX Group in Canada; it is intended that the Company will be reinstated on the TSX-V following reorganization and the changing of its geographic focus to targeting oil and gas exploration and production in Latin America. Listing date: December 11th, 2009 (as “PetroKamchatka Plc”), changing its name to “EastSiberian Plc” on September 4th, 2011

News Section

EastSiberian Plc Announces Increase to Private Placement and Shares for Debt Transactions

ST. HELIER, JERSEY, September 8, 2014 – EastSiberian Plc (TSX NEX: ESB.H) ( “EastSiberian” or the “Corporation” ), a Jersey company, is pleased to announce that it has determined to increase the non- brokered private placement previously announced on June 30, 2014. The private placement now consists of the issuance of up to 30,000,000 common shares (the “Common Shares” ) of the Corporation at a price of $0.05 per share

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EastSiberian Plc Announces Closing of Shares for Debt Transactions, Resignation of CEO and Appointment of Interim CFO

ST. HELIER, JERSEY, October 14, 2014 – EastSiberian Plc (TSX NEX: ESB.H) ( “EastSiberian” or the “Corporation” ), a Jersey company, today announces that it has issued an aggregate 8,914,320 common shares to current and former directors and officers of the Corporation and consultants to the Corporation, to settle an aggregate $445,716 indebtedness, which represents a portion of outstanding amounts owing by the Corporation to such directors, officers and

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Liquidity And Capital Resources

EastSiberian has been engaged in the exploration for petroleum and natural gas in Kamchatka, Russia and was unsuccessful in making a commercial hydrocarbon discovery.  EastSiberian is now focusing on other low risk existing properties and other development opportunities in Latin America.  The Corporation has historically funded its operations through equity financings.  The consolidated financial statements were prepared on the basis of accounting principles applicable to a ‘going concern’ which

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