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Serica Energy PLC

28 September 2021

Serica Energy plc

("Serica" or the "Company")

Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021

London, 28 September 2021 - Serica Energy plc (AIM: SQZ) today announced its financial results for the six months ended 30 June 2021. The results are included below and copies are available at www.serica-energy.com and www.sedar.com .

Mitch Flegg, Serica's CEO stated:

"In the current environment Serica's focus on gas production and investment in new projects is expected to generate very significant returns for shareholders and help support further investment.

In the first half of the year, we continued to pursue our strategy of capital investment in our assets. This has allowed us to recomplete the Rhum R3 well and bring it into production in August and to drill the Columbus development well which is now ready to produce. Serica's production is over 80% gas and we are delighted that we are already seeing the benefits of our investment strategy in the second half through increasing production levels at a time of record high wholesale gas prices.

We expect first production from Columbus in Q4 this year and then Serica's share of receipts under the BKR Net Cash Flow Sharing mechanism increases from 60% to 100% on 1 January 2022. Later in 2022 we intend to drill the North Eigg well which, if successful, will enhance gas reserves in the BKR area and potentially extend the life of Bruce and related infrastructure.

Serica is currently responsible for around 5% of UK gas production and our role in enhancing and extending the life of that production and helping to maintain forward supply during a period of energy transition, is essential to meet UK energy needs."

First Half Performance

-- Gross profit of GBP46.0 million (1H 2020: loss of GBP19.8 million) and cash flow from operations of GBP63.8 million (1H 2020: GBP19.3 million).

-- Group 1H average production of 18,900 boe per day net to Serica compared to 21,600 boe per day for 1H 2020 after extended field maintenance shut-ins during H1 following last year's COVID-19 related deferrals.

-- Rhum R3 well workover completed and commenced production in late August 2021 . Columbus production well drilled and tied into the export system ready for first production in Q4.

-- Capital investment of GBP43.0 million (2020: GBP26.6 million) all funded from internal cash resources.

Financial Highlights

-- Closing cash balance up at GBP92.0 million (31 December 2020: GBP89.3 million) despite significant capex spend.

-- Average realised sales price of US$43.30 per boe (1H 2020: US$15.20 per boe) before net hedging gains/losses.

-- Average operating cost of US$16.05 per boe for 1H 2021 (1H 2020: US$15.12 per boe) reflected lower production in the period - underlying costs reduced by 10% during 1H 2021 (2020: 10%).

-- Operating profit of GBP5.5 million (1H 2020: loss of GBP12.7 million) after GBP30.3 million of unrealised hedging provisions.

-- Profit before tax of GBP2.2 million (1H 2020: GBP20.4 million). Profit after tax of GBP1.3 million (1H 2020: GBP12.4 million) after non-cash deferred tax provision of GBP0.9 million (1H 2020: GBP8.0 million).

Operational

-- 10% reduction in operating costs during 1H 2021 builds on similar reduction already achieved during 2020. This translates into a reduction in operating costs per boe as new production volumes delivered from R3 and Columbus during 2H 2021.

-- The Rhum R3 well workover adds more than 4,000 boe/d to Serica's share of Rhum gas production capacity.

-- Columbus well drilled to measured depth of 17,600ft and flowed predominantly gas at over 8,000 boe/d gross (Serica 50%).

Environmental, Social and Governance

-- Additional Rhum R3 production utilises existing facilities reducing BKR emissions intensity and operating cost per boe.

-- Single Columbus well also uses existing offtake infrastructure, limiting additional emissions and cost per boe.

-- Such investment boosts domestic low emission gas supplies and reduces need for higher emission imports thus supporting the UK's energy transition.

-- We continue to seek further opportunities to reduce the carbon intensity of our production and deliver our ESG objectives.

-- Andy Bell has joined the Board as CFO on 3 September and today we announce the appointment of Richard Rose as a Non-Executive Director.

Outlook

-- New production from Rhum R3 and Columbus well timed to benefit from the unprecedented rise in gas prices from 2020 lows.

-- In view of the extraordinary volatility in global gas markets over the past 18 months we will maintain a prudent hedging programme whilst retaining material upside - over 80% of projected oil and gas volumes unhedged.

-- 2020 dividend of 3.5 pence per share (2019: 3 pence per share) paid in July. The level of dividend for 2021 will be reviewed in light of the strong gas price trends currently unfolding in the second half of this year.

-- Serica's share of receipts retained under the BKR Net Cash Flow Sharing mechanism increases from 60% to 100% on 1 January 2022.

Regulatory

This announcement is inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of Regulation 596/2014.

The technical information contained in the announcement has been reviewed and approved by Fergus Jenkins, VP Technical at Serica Energy plc. Mr Jenkins (MEng in Petroleum Engineering from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh) is a Chartered Engineer with over 20 years of experience in oil & gas exploration, production and development and is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).

 
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NOTES TO EDITORS

Serica Energy is a British independent oil and gas exploration and production company with exploration, development and production assets in the UK.

Serica is the operator of the producing Bruce, Keith and Rhum fields ("BKR") in the UK Northern North Sea, holding interests of 98%, 100% and 50% respectively. Serica also holds an 18% non-operated interest in the producing Erskine field in the UK Central North Sea and a 50% operated interest in the Columbus Development.

Further information on the Company can be found at www.serica-energy.com .

The Company's shares are traded on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange under the ticker SQZ and the Company is a designated foreign issuer on the TSX. To receive Company news releases via email, please subscribe via the Company website.

FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS

This disclosure contains certain forward looking statements that involve substantial known and unknown risks and uncertainties, some of which are beyond Serica Energy plc's control, including: the impact of general economic conditions where Serica Energy plc operates, industry conditions, changes in laws and regulations including the adoption of new environmental laws and regulations and changes in how they are interpreted and enforced, increased competition, the lack of availability of qualified personnel or management, fluctuations in foreign exchange or interest rates, stock market volatility and market valuations of companies with respect to announced transactions and the final valuations thereof, and obtaining required approvals of regulatory authorities. Serica Energy plc's actual results, performance or achievement could differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, these forward-looking statements and, accordingly, no assurances can be given that any of the events anticipated by the forward-looking statements will transpire or occur, or if any of them do so, what benefits, including the amount of proceeds, that Serica Energy plc will derive therefrom.

INTERIM REPORT FOR THE SIX MONTH PERIODED 30 JUNE 2021

The following Interim Report of the operations and financial results of Serica Energy plc ("Serica") and its subsidiaries (together the "Group") contains information up to and including 27 September 2021 and should be read in conjunction with the unaudited interim consolidated financial statements for the period ended 30 June 2021, which have been prepared by and are the responsibility of the Company's management.

References to the "Company" include Serica and its subsidiaries where relevant.

The results of Serica's operations detailed in the interim financial statements are presented in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS").

The Company's shares are listed on AIM in London. Although the Company delisted from the TSX in March 2015, the Company is a "designated foreign issuer" as that term is defined under National Instrument 71-102 - Continuous Disclosure and Other Exemptions Relating to Foreign Issuers. The Company is subject to the regulatory requirements of the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange in the United Kingdom.

Serica is an oil and gas company with production, development and exploration activities based in the UK.

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER'S REVIEW

Since the start of 2021 Serica has benefitted from a much-improved economic environment, most notably oil and gas prices which have recovered from the very low levels seen last year. Serica's production is over 80% gas and so the recent exceptional rise in wholesale gas prices has a particularly material impact. Market gas prices averaged over 56p per therm in the first half of 2021 which is some three times higher than the corresponding period in 2020 and are averaging close to 150p per therm for September 2021. Prices have strengthened even further in the second half, coinciding with second half increases in Serica's gas production as new projects (R3 and Columbus) come on-line.

As a result of increased oil and gas prices in the first half, Serica's sales revenue for the six-month period was GBP100.8 million compared to GBP46.0 million for the corresponding period in 2020, notwithstanding reduced first half production levels to accommodate planned maintenance programmes. Gross profit was GBP46.0 million compared to a gross loss of GBP19.8 million in the same period in 2020.

Production net to Serica for the period averaged 18,900 boe/d (1H 2020: 21,600 boe/d) and was impacted by the planned maintenance outage for the Forties Pipeline System and additional work designed to catch up on work programmes deferred from last year by COVID-19 restrictions. Production for the second half of the year will be much improved as the impact of R3 and Columbus is seen, and the full year guidance is now set at between 23,000 and 25,000 boe/d. The outlook for the second half of this year is particularly encouraging as gas prices have strengthened to new record highs. We are already seeing the benefits of these increases in July and August sales revenues with September revenues boosted further still by increasing gas production.

Significantly improved net cash inflow from 1H operations (GBP63.8 million compared with GBP19.3 million in 1H 2020), combined with strong cash balances, has allowed the Company to successfully continue its growth strategy of investment in projects designed to enhance and extend future production profiles. The work on the R3 well intervention project overcame complex technical issues and was successfully concluded. A well test was performed which demonstrated that the well can deliver at gross production rates in excess of 10,000 boe/d ([1]) . The well has subsequently been put into production. The Columbus development well was also drilled to a measured depth of 17,600ft with a horizontal section of over a mile in length. The completion equipment has been successfully installed into the well and a flow test was performed and resulted in a stabilised gross flow rate of over 8,000 boe/d ([2]) . The well has now been hooked up and first production is expected in Q4 2021.

Both of these capital projects optimise the use of existing equipment thus minimising their environmental impact. Columbus is tied into the Arran pipeline that runs into the Shearwater platform and so the additional pipeline and processing equipment associated with the well are minimal. R3 was drilled and tied into Bruce in 2006 and we carried out the essential work to bring it back into service and do the job it was designed to do. Both projects will increase our gas production into the UK, providing much needed domestic gas during the energy transition. That both are being brought into production at a time of severe gas shortages in the UK and unprecedented gas prices will have a material impact on the second half, providing strong support for our ongoing investment programme aimed at maximising existing resources and extending infrastructure life.

On our Bruce platform we continue to drive down our emissions and are on track to achieve a 20% reduction in such emissions compared to 2018 figures ([3]) . Our 2021 flare volumes remain low, maintaining a 65% reduction since 2018, due to best practice and improved operating procedures. We continue to look for improvements and have installed Artificial Intelligence software to track performance and identify further emissions savings. R3 production puts us in a strong position to lower the carbon intensity of Bruce going into 2022 as the platform runs more efficiently.

Our growth strategy will continue into 2022 as we drill the North Eigg exploration well. This is an exciting opportunity targeting a large gas prospect close to existing Serica infrastructure and lying within the BKR area. In the case of success at North Eigg we believe that it would be possible to develop the resources in a carbon neutral manner.

Serica continues to benefit from having no debt, significant cash reserves, limited decommissioning liabilities and from gas being a material part of our portfolio. This enabled the payment of an increased dividend of 3.5p per share in July this year and it is our intention to remain a regular dividend payer.

Last year our gas price hedging programme played an important part in sustaining our financial stability during a very challenging period. This allowed us to initiate a dividend policy in 2020 whilst also maintaining our capital investment programme through 2020 and 2021. This year the unprecedented and continuing surge in gas prices has required significant accounting provisions based upon future-period hedge valuations. This is reflected in our first half reported profit which is net of a GBP30.3 million non-cash hedge provision against GBP3.3 million in the prior year first half. It is important to recognise that this provision will only be realised if gas prices continue to maintain their current very high levels but in those circumstances the Company will be benefitting enormously from the high prices as around 80% of the Company's projected oil and gas production is unhedged. In view of the extraordinary scale of gas price volatility seen over the past eighteen months, with unprecedented lows quickly followed by unprecedented highs, we believe it important to maintain a prudent price hedging programme within sensible cost constraints whilst retaining material upside exposure.

Our financial strength positions us well to take advantage of the opportunities to expand our portfolio through M&A (Mergers & Acquisition) activity. However, extreme price volatility makes transactions aimed at utilising the Company's skills, extending infrastructure life through new investment and building on synergies difficult to execute. During the period we have made proposals to acquire significant asset packages but to date we have not secured a deal at a price that is attractive to us. We will not overpay in order to secure a quick deal, but we continue to work on a number of opportunities to grow the Company.

At the end of this year, the BKR net cash flow sharing arrangements come to an end after four years during which the Company has been able to enhance the performance of the assets materially from all aspects and from which all of our partners have benefitted. We are proud of this performance. Under these arrangements we shared the net cash flow with the vendors of the relevant assets with Serica receiving 40% of the relevant net cash flow from the BKR assets in 2018, rising to 50% in 2019 and 60% in 2020 and 2021. At the end of this year we enter a new phase for the Company when we will be retaining 100% of the net cash flow.

Finally, I would like to thank the staff and management of the Company and our contractors and to congratulate them all on the significant achievements this year. The constraints imposed by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic have added significant complexity to all of our operations and logistics. The achievements of 2021 are a demonstration of Serica's outstanding operating capability.

Mitch Flegg

Chief Executive Officer

27 September 2021

REVIEW OF OPERATIONS

UK Operations

UK Production

Northern North Sea: Bruce Field - Blocks 9/8a, 9/9b and 9/9c, Serica 98% and operator

Serica is operator of the Bruce facilities which consist of three bridge-linked platforms, wells, pipelines and subsea infrastructure. The platforms contain living quarters, reception, compression, power generation, processing and export facilities and a drilling platform that is currently mothballed. The offshore team is supported onshore from the Serica technical headquarters in Aberdeen.

The Bruce field is produced through a combination of platform wells and subsea wells tied back to the platform, with a total of over 20 wells producing from multiple reservoirs and compartments. Bruce production is predominantly gas, which is rich in natural gas liquids ("NGL's"), plus condensate. Gas is exported through the Frigg pipeline to the St Fergus terminal, where it is separated into sales gas and NGL's. Condensate is exported through the Forties Pipeline System to Grangemouth where it is sold as Forties blend oil.

As with the rest of the UK and the offshore industry, we have continued to manage the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. We continue to enforce our travel policies, including PCR testing prior to mobilization, social distancing, repeat testing and the option of home working for all office-based staff. As of the date of writing, Serica has experienced no interruption in production due to the COVID-19 outbreak though the associated reduced personnel levels on the platform caused some deferral of planned programmes which we are working to catch up this year. We continue to monitor the ongoing situation and are constantly working with our medical advisors to minimise risk to our staff.

During May and June, we executed the planned platform outage which was timed to align with maintenance on the Forties pipeline system. This outage had been delayed since summer 2020 due to COVID. The work was carried out safely within the COVID restrictions and delivered the planned scopes on budget including additional work delayed from 2020. It is intended to carry out further well work during 2H to sustain field production levels.

The commute undertaken by our workers is one of the more unusual ways to get to work and at the platform itself, the helideck is a key to being able to perform this operation safely at all times and in all weathers. This year we have accomplished the complete strip down, recoat and return to service of the helideck using a technology that saved time (operating within a restricted helideck is logistically challenging) and reduced the waste generated from the activity.

The ongoing work of efficiently running Bruce has confirmed our latest projected field life to 2030. As before, further extensions are possible depending on the operating environment and sustaining robust late life field economics.

Bruce field production in 1H 2021 averaged in excess of 6,800 boe/d (1H 2020: 9,300 boe/d) of exported oil and gas net to Serica.

The latest independent report of reserves, compiled by RISC Advisory, estimated 2P reserves of 15.7 million boe net to Serica as of 1 January 2021 (2020: 22.2 million boe).

Northern North Sea: Keith Field - Block 9/8a, Serica 100% and operator

Keith is a small oil field produced via one subsea well tied back to the Bruce facilities and requires very little maintenance. Keith produces at a relatively low rate but contributes to oil export from Bruce at minimal additional cost. In the first half of the year we undertook two platform based well interventions which have returned the field to service at limited rates. Further interventions are planned during the remainder of 2021 to improve these rates.

No 2P reserves were included in the most recent reserves report pending successful reinstatement of full production.

Northern North Sea: Rhum Field - Block 3/29a, Serica 50% and operator

The Rhum field is a gas condensate field which has been producing from two subsea wells, R1 and R2, tied into the Bruce facilities through a 44km pipeline. Rhum production is separated into gas and oil and exported to St Fergus and Grangemouth respectively along with Bruce and Keith production. Both wells are capable of producing at high rates approaching 12,000 boe/d gross of which some 95% is gas. Average Rhum production from the two wells in 1H 2021 was approximately 10,400 boe/d net to Serica after the extended summer maintenance shut-in (1H 2020: 9,900 boe/d).

During late 2020 and 1H 2021, intervention work has been successfully undertaken on the third well, R3. The well originally encountered technical issues while it was being completed in 2006 and had remained shut-in ever since. We removed the hydrate that had formed whilst the well was being completed and also recovered equipment which had been stuck downhole during the original operations. However, the process of removing the original 5 1/2 inch completion equipment and replacing it with 7 inch completion equipment proved to be far more complicated than had been anticipated due to the poor condition of the existing equipment and consequently these operations extended until June with the rig being released in early July 2021. A diving support vessel ("DSV") was then deployed to install the subsea control equipment and the well was brought into production on 23 August.

The well has demonstrated a capability to add more than 4,000 boe per day net to Serica's share of Rhum production. This is enabling us to accelerate field production, increase resilience by reducing dependency on the other two wells and is expected to bring additional reserves into the economic category. Further work will continue in the coming weeks to optimise and stabilise production.

The latest independent report of reserves, compiled by RISC Advisory, estimated 2P reserves of 35.1 million boe net to Serica as at 1 January 2021 (2020: 28.7 million boe).

Central North Sea: Erskine Field - Blocks 23/26a (Area B) and 23/26b (Area B), Serica 18%

Serica holds a non-operated interest in Erskine, a gas condensate field located in the UK Central North Sea. Serica's co-venturers are Ithaca Energy 50% (operator) and Harbour 32%.

The Erskine field is produced through five wells from the Erskine normally unattended installation, with gas and liquids transported via a multiphase pipeline and processed on the Lomond platform which is 100% owned and operated by Harbour. Then condensate is exported down the Forties Pipeline System via the CATS riser platform at Everest and gas is exported via the CATS pipeline to the terminal at Teesside.

Erskine was shut down in May as part of the Lomond platform outage with the timing linked to the Forties pipeline shutdown. During the outage a significant programme of maintenance and upgrade was carried out including the change out of the engine powering the export compressor and its associated control system. The extent of work on Erskine and the Lomond platform followed COVID-related restrictions during 2020 when only reduced maintenance was possible. Erskine production restarted in mid-August.

The regular pigging program on the condensate export line has continued and no indications of wax build-up have been seen.

Erskine production levels in 1H 2021 prior to the outage averaged 2,400 boe/d net and 1,600 boe/d for the period as a whole (1H 2020: 2,360 boe/d net).

The latest independent report of reserves, compiled by RISC Advisory, estimated 2P reserves of 3.1 million boe net to Serica as of 1 January 2021 (2020: 4.1 million boe).

UK Development

Central North Sea: Columbus Development - Blocks 23/16f and 23/21a (part), Serica 50%

Serica is operator with partners Tailwind Mistral Limited (25%) and Waldorf Production Limited (25%). Columbus is located in the Eastern Central Graben, UK Central North Sea and the reservoir is located within the Forties Sandstone. Columbus has been designated as a development within the Lomond Field Area; it is however independent of Lomond, having separate development consent, export route and licence terms.

The development comprises a single subsea well drilled to a total depth of 17,600ft with a 5,600ft horizontal section through the reservoir, connected to the Arran-Shearwater

pipeline. Columbus production will be exported through the pipeline along with Arran field production. The Arran export pipeline was approved at a similar time to Columbus and has now been constructed, installed and tied into the Shearwater platform. When production from Arran and Columbus reaches the Shearwater facilities, it will be separated into gas and liquids and exported via the SEGAL line to St Fergus and Forties Pipeline System to Cruden Bay respectively.

Planning for the development began as soon as FDP approval was received in October 2018. Since that time, Serica has worked closely with Shell, the operator of the Arran field, to ensure effective construction and operation of the two developments. The Columbus horizontal development well and all four Arran development wells have been drilled, completed and tied into the export system.

A flow test on the Columbus well achieved a stabilised flow rate of 38.0 mmscf/day of gas and 1,560 bbls/d of condensate through a 56/64ths inch choke (over 8,000 boe/d). This rate was at the upper end of the pre-drill range of expected outcomes and was constrained by the surface well test equipment on board the Maersk Resilient Heavy-Duty Jack-Up drilling rig.

Columbus will start-up immediately after the Arran Field wells have been brought on-line, stabilised and tested; initial production is now expected in Q4 2021 at anticipated gross rates of around 7,000 boe/d of which 75% is expected to be gas.

The latest independent report of reserves, compiled by RISC Advisory, estimated 2P reserves of 7.1 million boe net to Serica as at 1 January 2021 (2020: 6.7 million boe).

UK Exploration

North Eigg and South Eigg - Blocks 3/24c and 3/29c, Serica Energy (UK) Limited 100% and operator

In December 2019, Serica was awarded the P2501 Licence as part of an out of round application; this comprises Blocks 3/24c and 3/29c and contains the North Eigg and South Eigg prospects. The official start date for the licence was 1 January 2020. The work programme involves reprocessing seismic and drilling an exploration well within three years of the start of the licence. The North Eigg prospect has been high-graded for drilling, being clearly visible on 3D seismic data and sharing many similarities with the nearby Rhum field, operated by Serica.

Work has started on planning the exploration well, which is expected to be high temperature and high pressure. A tendering process has been held for long-lead items and negotiations are under way to secure a drilling rig.

In the event of a commercial discovery, Serica would seek a fast-track route to develop the field, potentially via a subsea tie-back to the Serica operated and 98% owned Bruce facilities, which are to the south of the prospect. As well as providing Serica with potentially significant additional reserves, a tie-back to the Bruce platform would reduce combined unit operating costs and extend the economic life of this strategic North Sea infrastructure. The use of existing offtake facilities would also significantly restrict additional carbon emissions. The Company takes its ESG responsibilities very seriously and is therefore undertaking conceptual design studies aimed at identifying ways that such a development could be undertaken while working within the framework of the North Sea Transition Deal agreed between the industry and government to expedite the energy transition.

Skerryvore and Ruvaal- Blocks 30/12c (part), 30/13c (split), 30/17h, 30/18c and 30/19c (part), Serica Energy (UK) Limited: 20% working interest, operator Parkmead

The Skerryvore and Ruvaal prospects lie in the Central North Sea, 60km south of the Erskine field. Potential for both sandstone and chalk reservoirs has been identified.

Over 500km(2) of 3D seismic data was purchased over the licence areas. However, the company contracted to reprocess the data, enhancing it prior to interpretation, was unable to deliver the dataset in the agreed timescale. That meant it was not possible to undertake the necessary work programme in time to make a drill or drop decision by the end of the initial three-year term, in September 2021. An extension application was therefore submitted to the Oil and Gas Authority and a drill or drop decision is now due by September 2022.

Licence Awards in the UK 32(nd) licensing round

In December 2020 Serica was formally awarded four new blocks in the UK 32(nd) licensing round. Blocks 3/25b, 3/30, 4/26 and 9/5a are in the vicinity of the Bruce hub and include several leads which, if successful, could be tied back to Serica's existing infrastructure. The work programme does not include any commitment wells but is designed to mature these leads to drill-ready status.

F INANCIAL REVIEW

Field revenues and costs are booked for Serica's full equity interests and included within gross profits. Under the BKR deals, amounts are due to the asset vendors for net cash flow sharing (40% in 2020 and 2021) and certain other deferred payments. Estimates of these amounts were included within the fair value upon acquisition and subsequent changes are included as 'Change in fair value of BKR financial liability' within profit before tax for each reported period. Such variations are driven principally by changes in commodity sales prices, costs and production volumes.

1H 2021 RESULTS

During 1H 2021 Serica generated a gross profit of GBP46.0 million (1H 2020 - loss of GBP19.8 million) and cash flow from operations of GBP63.8 million (1H 2020 - GBP19.3 million). At the operating profit level this was reduced to GBP5.5 million (1H 2020 - loss of GBP12.7 million) after non-cash provisions for unrealised hedging losses of GBP30.3 million (1H 2020 - GBP3.3 million). Profit after tax for the period was GBP1.3 million compared to GBP12.4 million for 1H 2020.

The strong recovery in gas prices during this period boosted gross profit and cash flow from operations. However, even greater increases in forward gas pricing, particularly through to the end of next winter, have also caused significant non-cash accounting provisions, resulting from the Group's hedging position, which have reduced profits at the operating level. Such provisions are calculated based upon forward market gas prices at the balance sheet date and consequently reflect the impact of the recent exceptionally high future gas pricing on the settlement of pricing hedges in future periods. They do not, however, factor in the benefits that would be realised from gas sales should actual prices for those future periods match such futures market pricing.

The increase in market gas prices from the summer period last year, already strong during H1 2021, has continued upwards since 30 June. Serica applies swaps and equivalent fixed pricing to a maximum 25% of projected gas production volumes which represents approximately 20% of total production once oil and other liquids are taken into account. It therefore stands to benefit from 80% or more of this exceptional price upside from gas and oil prices.

Serica has already been benefitting from the current high prices during Q3 to-date and the Rhum R3 well, following first production from on 23 August, is now making an increasing contribution to overall BKR volumes. The Company expects to benefit further as Columbus production starts in Q4 2021. It remains the Company's strategy to protect commodity pricing for a proportion of its future production and we will continue to build hedge protection, typically spread over the forward twelve to eighteen month period, where market pricing supports this.

Sales revenues

Total product sales volumes for the half year comprised approximately 153 million therms of gas (1H 2020: 177 million therms), 365,000 lifted barrels of oil (1H 2020: 534,000 barrels) and 24,200 metric tonnes of NGLs (1H 2020: 32,100 metric tonnes). These generated total 1H 2021 product sales revenue of GBP100.8 million (1H 2020: GBP46.0 million) consisting of BKR revenues of GBP89.3 million (1H 2020: GBP37.7 million) and Erskine revenues of GBP11.5 million (1H 2020: GBP8.3 million). This represented average sales prices, net of system fees, of 50 pence per therm (1H 2020: 14 pence per therm), US$65.0 per barrel (1H 2020: US$41.4 per barrel) and GBP284 per metric tonne (1H 2020: GBP144 per metric tonne) respectively. This gave a combined realised sales price for lifted volumes of US$43.30 per barrel of oil equivalent (1H 2020: US$15.20 per boe). This excludes realised gas price hedging losses of GBP5.7 million which are detailed below.

Gross profit

The gross profit for 1H 2021 of GBP46.0 million (1H 2021: gross loss of GBP19.8 million) was after overall cost of sales of GBP54.9 million (1H 2021: GBP65.7 million). This comprised GBP40.1 million of operating costs (1H 2020: GBP45.8 million) and GBP15.3 million of non-cash depletion charges (1H 2020: GBP18.7 million) partially offset by a GBP0.5 million credit representing a small increase during the period of the opening liquids underlift position (1H 2020: charge of GBP1.2 million). Reductions in both operating costs and depletion charges reflected lower production volumes plus operating cost savings. Operating costs comprise costs of production, processing, transportation and insurance and averaged approximately US$16.05 per boe (1H 2020: US$15.12). An overall reduction in operating costs of some 10% was achieved during the period. The increase in operating costs per barrel reflected the impact of lower production volumes and the strengthening of the US$ against the GBGBP and does not reflect an increase in the underlying trend.

Operating profit before BKR fair value adjustment, net finance revenue and tax

The operating profit for 1H 2021 was GBP5.5 million compared to an operating loss of GBP12.7 million for 1H 2020. This included GBP36.0 million of net commodity price hedging losses (1H 2020: gain of GBP8.3 million) comprising realised hedging losses of GBP5.7 million (1H 2020: gains of GBP11.7 million) and unrealised hedging losses of GBP30.3 million (1H 2020: losses of GBP3.3 million). The unrealised losses reflected the surge in future gas prices at the close of 1H 2021 and will only become fully realised should actual prices for 2H 2021, 2022 and 1H 2023 reach those levels.

Administrative expenses of GBP3.0 million compared to GBP2.8 million for 1H 2020 whilst share-based payments were GBP0.9 million (1H 2020: GBP0.7 million) and currency losses were GBP0.6 million (1H 2020: gains of GBP2.5 million) largely arising on US$ holdings.

Profit before taxation and profit for the period after taxation

Profit before taxation was GBP2.2 million (1H 2020: GBP20.4 million) after an increase in fair value of the BKR financial liability of GBP3.1 million (1H 2020: decrease of GBP33.0 million) plus net finance costs of GBP0.2 million (1H 2020: net finance revenue of GBP0.1 million). Net finance costs/revenue represent the discount unwind on decommissioning provisions less interest earned on cash deposits.

The fair value loss of GBP3.1 million arose following an upwards revision of the fair value of the balance sheet financial liability relating to remaining consideration projected to be paid under the BKR agreements. The fair value of this liability is re-assessed at each financial period end. The fair value loss in 1H 2021 reflected higher sales prices largely offset by lower volumes and increased costs. 2H 2021 is the last period to which net cash flow sharing applies and Serica will retain 100% of net cash flow from the BKR fields thereafter.

The 1H 2021 taxation charge of GBP0.9 million (1H 2020: GBP8.0 million) solely comprised a non-cash deferred tax element as the Company continued to benefit from accumulated losses carried forward from previous years. It is nonetheless required to make provision for deferred taxes in recognition of future periods when all losses have been utilised and cash payments commence. It is anticipated that remaining tax losses carried forward will be utilised during 2H 2021.

Overall, this generated a profit after taxation for the first six months of 2021 of GBP1.3 million compared to a profit after taxation of GBP12.4 million for 1H 2020.

GROUP BALANCE SHEET

The balance sheet at 30 June 2021 demonstrates Serica's continuing resilience during a period of significant capital expenditures. This has allowed the Company to fund Rhum R3 well work and the Columbus development programme from its cash resources without recourse to borrowing and also to declare a cash dividend, subsequently paid in July, of GBP9.4 million, increased from the prior year dividend of GBP8.0 million.

Exploration and evaluation assets of GBP1.6 million showed an increase from GBP1.0 million at the end of 2020 reflecting exploration activities on UK licences (primarily North Eigg) during the period.

Total property, plant and equipment increased from GBP311.1 million at year end 2020 to GBP338.1 million at 30 June 2021 after booked expenditure on Columbus and Rhum during 1H 2021 of GBP42.4 million, partly offset by depletion charges of GBP15.3 million (1H 2020: GBP18.7 million). Depletion charges represent the allocation of field capital costs over the estimated producing life of each field and principally comprise costs of asset acquisitions.

An inventories balance of GBP5.0 million at 30 June 2021 showed a small increase from GBP4.6 million at the end of 2020. Trade and other receivables increased from GBP41.3 million at the end of 2020 to GBP42.5 million at 30 June 2021.

Cash balances of GBP92.0 million at 30 June 2021 showed an increase from GBP89.3 million held at 31 December 2020 and reflected cash flow from operations partially offset by cash capital expenditures of GBP43.0 million and BKR acquisition outflows of GBP18.0 million during the period.

Current trade and other payables of GBP44.0 million at 30 June 2021 increased significantly from a closing 2020 balance of GBP31.1 million. This reflected significant payments on the R3 and Columbus capital projects pending settlement in Q3. This will be followed by proportionate recovery from partners and also, in the case of R3, under the net cash flow sharing arrangements.

The derivative financial liability of GBP9.7 million at year end 2020 had increased significantly to GBP40.0 million at 30 June 2021. This represents the valuation of gas price hedges in place at the respective period ends and the consequent amounts projected to be payable based upon futures pricing prevailing at those points. Period end June 2021 reflected very strong futures pricing which, should this be realised, would deliver greatly increased gas sales revenues during 2H 2021, 2022 and 1H 2023.

The dividend payable of GBP9.4 million at 30 June 2021 (31 December 2020: GBPnil) represents the final cash dividend for 2020 of 3.5 pence per share approved at the annual general meeting on 24 June 2021 and paid in July.

Financial liabilities of GBP47.6 million (31 December 2020: GBP53.6 million) included within current liabilities and GBP39.9 million (31 December 2020: GBP48.8 million) included within non-current liabilities comprise total remaining amounts projected to be paid under the BKR acquisition agreements.

The current financial liability comprises amounts estimated to fall due over the final six months of the net cash flow sharing arrangements, a fixed payment of GBP16 million contingent upon a successful outcome of the Rhum R3 well work and contingent consideration in respect of Rhum field performance during 2021. Amounts due under the net cash flow sharing arrangements are based on forward projections of production volumes and sales prices. Actual payments will be calculated on volumes and prices achieved in 2H 2021. The non-current financial liability comprises deferred consideration in respect of BKR decommissioning and oil linefill. Under arrangements for those BKR field interests acquired from BP, Total E&P and BHP, decommissioning liabilities were retained by the vendors with Serica liable to pay deferred consideration equivalent to 30% of the actual costs of decommissioning net of tax recovered by them.

The overall reduction in financial liabilities of GBP14.9 million during 1H 2021 comprised cash amounts of GBP18.0 million paid in the period partially offset by GBP3.1 million charged through the income statement due to higher than previously forecast net cash flow sharing payments in respect of 1H 2021 plus a re-assessment of the estimated fair value of projected remaining payments as at 30 June 2021.

Non-current provisions of GBP23.0 million have been made in respect of decommissioning liabilities for the Bruce and Keith interests acquired from Marubeni (31 December 2020: GBP22.8 million). These were not subject to the same deferred consideration arrangements as applied for those field interests acquired from BP, Total E&P and BHP described above. No provision is included for decommissioning liabilities related to the Erskine facilities as these liabilities are retained by BP up to a cap which is not projected to be exceeded.

The deferred tax liability of GBP81.5 million at 30 June 2021 has increased from GBP80.6 million at year end 2020 and reflects accounting provisions that will be released in future periods, partially offsetting actual tax charges once the Group's tax losses have been fully utilised and Serica commences cash tax payments.

Overall net assets have decreased from GBP199.8 million at year end 2020 to GBP192.8 million at 30 June 2021 after recognising a liability for the dividend of GBP9.4 million paid in July 2021.

The increase in share capital from GBP181.6 million to GBP181.7 million arose from shares issued following the exercise of share options and shares issued under an employee share scheme, whilst the increase in other reserves from GBP19.7 million to GBP20.6 million arose from share-based payments related to share option awards.

CASH BALANCES AND FUTURE COMMITMENTS

Current cash position and price hedging

At 30 June 2021 the Group held cash and cash equivalents of GBP92.0 million (31 December 2020: GBP89.3 million). This is after capital investments during the period of GBP43.0 million plus monthly net cash flow sharing payments and other BKR consideration totalling GBP17.0 million and GBP1.0 million respectively. Amounts due under the net cash flow sharing arrangements are set at 40% of BKR net operating cash flows for 2021 and then zero thereafter. Of the total cash, GBP16.4 million was held in a restricted account supporting letters of credit to secure decommissioning liabilities (GBP6.4 million) and security (GBP10.0 million) related to gas price swaps.

At 30 June 2021 Serica held gas price swaps covering 192,500 therms per day for H2 2021 at an average price of 39 pence per therm. For 2022, it held gas price swaps covering 300,000 therms per day for H1 and 225,000 therms per day for H2 at average prices of 45 pence per therm and 42 pence per therm respectively. For H1 2023 it held gas price swaps covering 125,000 therms per day at an average price of 48 pence per therm. At 30 June 2021 cash margin calls of GBP10.7 million had been paid to hedge counterparties as security against settlement of future hedge instruments (31 December 2020: GBP1.8 million) and is not included in 30 June 2021 cash totals.

In Q3 2021 to date, Serica has obtained additional gas price swaps covering 12,500 therms per day for 2H 2021, 50,000 therms per day for 2022 and 25,000 therms per day for 2023 at average prices of 94, 66 and 51 pence per therm respectively.

Field and other capital commitments

There are no existing capital commitments on the Erskine producing field and net production revenues are expected to cover all ongoing field expenditures. Serica's share of decommissioning costs relating to its 18% Erskine field interest will be met by BP up to a level of GBP31.3 million, adjusted for inflation, and Serica's current estimate of such costs is below this level.

There are no significant existing capital commitments on the BKR producing fields other than an estimated GBP2.0 million net to Serica outstanding as at 30 June 2021 on the Rhum R3 well work, which was completed in August 2021. Potential further programmes to enhance current production profiles and extend field life are under consideration. Net revenues from Serica's share of income from the BKR fields, after net cash flow sharing payments, is expected to cover Serica's retained share of ongoing field expenditures as well as other contingent or deferred consideration due under the respective BKR acquisition agreements set out below.

The Columbus development well has been completed with first gas expected in Q4 2021. Total development expenditure net to Serica's share outstanding at 30 June 2021 is estimated at approximately GBP4.5 million.

The Group's only significant exploration commitment is a well on the North Eigg prospect to be drilled within three years of the 1 January 2020 licence award.

BKR asset acquisitions

On 30 November 2018 Serica completed the four BKR acquisitions. The following elements of consideration were outstanding at 30 June 2021:

-- A contingent payment of GBP16.0 million is due to BP Exploration Operating Company ("BPEOC") upon bringing the Rhum R3 well onto production and achieving a minimum cumulative 90 days of gas production at a defined level. This is expected to be settled in 2022.

-- A contingent payment of up to GBP7.7 million is due to BPEOC based upon Rhum 2021 average field production and commodity sales prices in the year. The payment made in respect of 2019 was GBP2.6 million whilst the payment calculated in respect of 2020 and made in Q1 2021 was GBP1.0 million. There will be a final calculation of the combined average performance covering years 2019 to 2021 and applied to the total potential consideration for the three years of up to GBP23.1 million. Any difference between this calculation and cumulative payments to-date will then be settled.

-- In addition, Serica will pay contingent cash consideration to BPEOC, Total E&P and BHP calculated as 40% of 2H 2021 net cash flows resulting from the respective field interests acquired from those companies. Such amounts will be paid by Serica pre-tax on a monthly basis and then offset by Serica against its own tax liabilities.

-- BPEOC, Total E&P and BHP will retain liability, in respect of the field interests Serica acquired from each of them, for all the costs of decommissioning those facilities that existed at the date of completion. Serica will pay deferred consideration equal to 30% of actual future decommissioning costs, reduced by the tax relief that each of BPEOC, Total E&P and BHP receives on such costs. Staged prepayments against such projected amounts will commence in 2022 and be spread over the remaining years before cessation of field production.

-- Serica will pay to each of BPEOC, Total E&P and BHP, deferred consideration equal to 90% of their respective shares of the realised value of oil in the Bruce pipeline at the end of field life.

OTHER

Asset values and impairment

At 30 June 2021, Serica's market capitalisation stood at GBP371.7 million based upon a share price of 138.6 pence which exceeded the net asset value of GBP192.8 million. By 24 September the Company's market capitalisation had risen to GBP559.1 million.

Additional Information

Additional information relating to Serica, can be found on the Company's website at www.serica-energy.com and on SEDAR at www.sedar.com

Approved on behalf of the Board

Mitch Flegg

Chief Executive Officer

27 September 2021

Forward Looking Statements

This disclosure contains certain forward looking statements that involve substantial known and unknown risks and uncertainties, some of which are beyond Serica Energy plc's control, including: the impact of general economic conditions where Serica Energy plc operates, industry conditions, changes in laws and regulations including the adoption of new environmental laws and regulations and changes in how they are interpreted and enforced, increased competition, the lack of availability of qualified personnel or management, fluctuations in foreign exchange or interest rates, stock market volatility and market valuations of companies with respect to announced transactions and the final valuations thereof, and obtaining required approvals of regulatory authorities. Serica Energy plc's actual results, performance or achievement could differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, these forward looking statements and, accordingly, no assurances can be given that any of the events anticipated by the forward looking statements will transpire or occur, or if any of them do so, what benefits, including the amount of proceeds, that Serica Energy plc will derive therefrom.

Serica Energy plc

Group Income Statement

For the period ended 30 June

 
                                                                  Six           Six 
                                                               months        months        Year 
                                                                ended         ended       ended 
                                                              30 June       30 June      31 Dec 
                          Notes                                  2021          2020        2020 
 Continuing operations                                         GBP000        GBP000      GBP000 
                                                          (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)   (Audited) 
 
 Sales revenue                                       4        100,835        45,953     125,641 
 
 Cost of sales                                       5       (54,862)      (65,720)   (128,560) 
 
 Gross profit/(loss)                                           45,973      (19,767)     (2,919) 
 
 Unrealised hedging expense                          12      (30,320)       (3,308)    (16,571) 
 Realised hedging (expense)/income                   12       (5,642)        11,655      12,295 
 Pre-licence costs                                                  -             -           - 
 Impairment and write-off of E&E assets              7              -         (266)     (3,725) 
 Administrative expenses                                      (2,988)       (2,844)     (5,579) 
 Foreign exchange (loss)/gain                                   (628)         2,514       (344) 
 Share-based payments                                           (878)         (652)     (1,862) 
 
 Operating profit/(loss) from                                   5,517      (12,668)    (18,705) 
 continuing operations 
 
 Change in fair value of BKR financial liability              (3,074)        32,979      31,296 
 Finance revenue                                                   58           376         465 
 Finance costs                                                  (253)         (263)       (508) 
 
 Profit before taxation                                         2,248        20,424      12,548 
 
 Taxation charge for the period                      11         (899)       (8,010)     (4,769) 
 
 Profit after taxation and                                      1,349        12,414       7,779 
 profit for the period 
 
 
 Earnings per ordinary share (EPS) 
 Basic EPS on profit for the period (GBP)                        0.01          0.05        0.03 
 Diluted EPS on profit for the period (GBP)                      0.01          0.05        0.03 
 
 
 

Serica Energy plc

Group Balance Sheet

 
                                                30 June      31 Dec       30 June 
                                                   2021        2020          2020 
                                                 GBP000      GBP000        GBP000 
                                    Notes   (Unaudited)   (Audited)   (Unaudited) 
 Non-current assets 
 Exploration & evaluation assets      7           1,632       1,043         4,009 
 Property, plant and equipment        8         338,113     311,125       313,171 
                                                339,745     312,168       317,180 
                                           ------------  ----------  ------------ 
 Current assets 
 Inventories                                      4,964       4,633         4,629 
 Trade and other receivables                     42,508      41,329        24,268 
 Derivative financial asset                           -           -         3,572 
 Cash and cash equivalents                       92,004      89,333       101,114 
                                           ------------  ----------  ------------ 
                                                139,476     135,295       133,583 
                                           ------------  ----------  ------------ 
 
 
 TOTAL ASSETS                                   479,221     447,463       450,763 
                                           ------------  ----------  ------------ 
 
 Current liabilities 
 Trade and other payables                      (43,951)    (31,121)      (25,489) 
 Derivative financial liability                (40,011)     (9,691)             - 
 Financial liabilities                         (47,595)    (53,634)      (39,551) 
 Provisions                                     (1,002)     (1,002)             - 
 Dividend payable                     6         (9,385)           -       (8,026) 
 
 Non-current liabilities 
 Financial liabilities                         (39,920)    (48,770)      (67,910) 
 Provisions                                    (23,027)    (22,799)      (22,816) 
 Deferred tax liability                        (81,499)    (80,600)      (83,841) 
                                           ------------  ----------  ------------ 
 TOTAL LIABILITIES                            (286,390)   (247,617)     (247,633) 
                                           ------------  ----------  ------------ 
 
 NET ASSETS                                     192,831     199,846       203,130 
                                           ============  ==========  ============ 
 
 
 Share capital                        9         181,749     181,606       181,465 
 Other reserves                                  20,558      19,680        18,470 
 Accumulated (deficit)/funds                    (9,476)     (1,440)         3,195 
 
 TOTAL EQUITY                                   192,831     199,846       203,130 
                                           ============  ==========  ============ 
 
 

Serica Energy plc

Group Statement of Changes in Equity

For the year ended 31 December 2020 and period ended 30 June 2021

 
 Group                             Share capital   Other reserves   Deficit     Total 
                                          GBP000           GBP000    GBP000    GBP000 
 
 At 1 January 2020                       181,385           17,818   (1,193)   198,010 
 
 
 Profit for the year                           -                -     7,779     7,779 
                                  --------------  ---------------  --------  -------- 
 Total comprehensive income                    -                -     7,779     7,779 
 
 Issue of shares                             221                -         -       221 
 Share-based payments                          -            1,862         -     1,862 
 Dividend payable                              -                -   (8,026)   (8,026) 
 
 At 31 December 2020 (audited)           181,606           19,680   (1,440)   199,846 
 
 Profit for the period                         -                -     1,349     1,349 
                                  --------------  ---------------  --------  -------- 
 Total comprehensive income                    -                -     1,349     1,349 
 
 Issue of shares                             143                -         -       143 
 Share-based payments                          -              878         -       878 
 Dividend payable                              -                -   (9,385)   (9,385) 
 
 At 30 June 2021 (unaudited)             181,749           20,558   (9,476)   192,831 
                                  ==============  ===============  ========  ======== 
 
 
 

Serica Energy plc

Group Cash Flow Statement

For the periods ended 30 June and 31 December

 
                                                                   Six           Six 
                                                                months        months        Year 
                                                                 ended         ended       ended 
                                                               30 June       30 June      31 Dec 
                                                                  2021          2020        2020 
                                                                GBP000        GBP000      GBP000 
                                                           (Unaudited)   (Unaudited)   (Audited) 
 Operating activities: 
 Profit for the period                                           1,349        12,414       7,779 
 Adjustments to reconcile profit for the period 
 to net cash flow from operating activities: 
 Taxation charge                                                   899         8,010       4,769 
 Change in fair value of BKR financial liability                 3,074      (32,979)    (31,296) 
 Net finance costs/(income)                                        195         (113)          43 
 Depletion                                                      15,292        18,718      38,495 
 Oil and NGL over/underlift movement                             (467)         1,199         342 
 E&E asset write-offs                                                -           266       3,725 
 Unrealised hedging losses                                      30,320         3,308      16,571 
 Share-based payments                                              878           652       1,862 
 Other non-cash movements                                          328       (1,838)         629 
 (Increase)/decrease in receivables                            (1,179)        10,185     (5,423) 
 (Increase)/decrease in inventories                              (331)            42          38 
 Increase/(decrease) in payables                                13,475         (527)       6,537 
 Net cash inflow from operations                                63,833        19,337      44,071 
 
 Investing activities: 
 Interest received                                                  58           376         465 
 Purchase of E&E assets                                          (589)         (623)     (1,116) 
 Purchase of property, plant & equipment                      (42,392)       (6,598)    (25,530) 
 Cash outflow from business combinations                      (17,963)      (15,019)    (21,759) 
 Net cash outflow from investing activities                   (60,886)      (21,864)    (47,940) 
                                                          ------------  ------------  ---------- 
 
 Financing activities: 
 Issue of ordinary shares                                          143            80         221 
 Payments of lease liabilities                                    (66)          (65)       (133) 
 Dividends paid                                                      -             -     (8,026) 
 Finance costs paid                                               (25)          (37)        (56) 
 Net cash in/(out)flow from financing activities                    52          (22)     (7,994) 
                                                          ------------  ------------  ---------- 
 
 Cash and cash equivalents 
 Net increase/(decrease) in period                               2,999       (2,549)    (11,863) 
 Effect of exchange rates on cash and cash equivalents           (328)         1,838       (629) 
 Amount at start of period                                      89,333       101,825     101,825 
 Amount at end of period                                        92,004       101,114      89,333 
                                                          ============  ============  ========== 
 

Serica Energy plc

Notes to the Unaudited Consolidated Financial Statements

   1.   Corporate information 

The interim condensed consolidated financial statements of the Group for the six months ended 30 June 2021 were authorised for issue in accordance with a resolution of the directors on 27 September 2021.

Serica Energy plc is a public limited company incorporated and domiciled in England & Wales. The Company's ordinary shares are traded on AIM in London. The principal activity of the Company is to identify, acquire and exploit oil and gas reserves.

2. Basis of preparation and accounting policies

Basis of Preparation

The interim condensed consolidated financial statements for the six months ended 30 June 2021 have been prepared in accordance with International Accounting Standard 34 "Interim Financial Reporting".

These unaudited interim consolidated financial statements of the Group have been prepared following the same accounting policies and methods of computation as the consolidated financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2020. These unaudited interim consolidated financial statements do not include all the information and footnotes required by generally accepted accounting principles for annual financial statements and therefore should be read in conjunction with the consolidated financial statements and the notes thereto in the Serica Energy plc annual report for the year ended 31 December 2020.

The financial information contained in this announcement does not constitute statutory financial statements within the meaning of section 435 of the Companies Act 2006.

Consolidated statutory accounts for the year ended 31 December 2020, on which the auditors gave an unqualified audit report, have been filed with the registrar of Companies. The report of the auditors included in that 2020 Annual Report was unqualified and did not contain a statement under either Section 498(2) or Section 498(3) of the Companies Act 2006.

Going Concern

The Directors are required to consider the availability of resources to meet the Group's liabilities for the foreseeable future. The financial position of the Group, its cash flows and capital commitments are described in the Financial Review above.

At 30 June 2021 the Company held cash and cash equivalents of GBP92.0 million of which GBP16.4 million was held in a restricted account against letters of credit issued in respect of certain decommissioning liabilities and hedging commitments. The bulk of contingent and deferred consideration due under the BKR acquisition agreements is related to successful future field performance and consequently will be either reduced or deferred in the event of production interruptions or lower net cash generation.

After making enquiries and having taken into consideration the above factors, the Directors have reasonable expectation that the Group has adequate resources to continue in operational existence for the foreseeable future. Accordingly, they continue to adopt the going concern basis in preparing the financial statements.

Significant accounting policies

A number of new standards, amendments to existing standards and interpretations were applicable from 1 January 2021. The adoption of these amendments did not have a material impact on the Group's interim condensed consolidated financial statements for the period ended 30 June 2021.

The accounting policies adopted in the preparation of the interim condensed consolidated financial statements are consistent with those followed in the preparation of the Group's annual financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2020. The impact of seasonality or cyclicality on operations is not considered significant on the interim consolidated financial statements.

The Group financial statements are presented in GBP and all values are rounded to the nearest thousand pounds (GBP000) except when otherwise indicated.

Basis of Consolidation

The consolidated financial statements include the accounts of the Company and its wholly-owned subsidiaries Serica Holdings UK Limited, Serica Energy Holdings B.V., Serica Energy Corporation, Asia Petroleum Development Limited, Petroleum Development Associates (Asia) Limited, Serica Energy (UK) Limited, PDA Lematang Limited, Serica Glagah Kambuna B.V., Serica Sidi Moussa B.V., Serica Energy Rockall B.V., Serica Energy Slyne B.V. and Serica Energy Namibia B.V.. Together, these comprise the "Group".

All inter-company balances and transactions have been eliminated upon consolidation.

   3.         Segmental Information 

The Group's business is that of oil & gas exploration, development and production. The Group's reportable segments are based on the location of the Group's assets.

The following tables present revenue, profit and certain asset and liability information regarding the Group's geographical reportable segments for the periods ended 30 June 2021 and 2020 and year ended 31 December 2020. Costs associated with the UK corporate centre are included in the UK reportable segment.

 
 Period ended 30 June 2021                        Continuing 
                                             UK        Total 
                                         GBP000       GBP000 
 
 Revenue                                100,835      100,835 
                                     ----------  ----------- 
 
 Operating and segment profit             5,517        5,517 
 Change in BKR financial liability      (3,074)      (3,074) 
 Finance revenue                             58           58 
 Finance costs                            (253)        (253) 
 Profit before taxation                   2,248        2,248 
 Taxation charge for the period           (899)        (899) 
                                     ----------  ----------- 
 Profit after taxation                    1,349        1,349 
 
 
                                             UK        Total 
                                         GBP000       GBP000 
 
 Other segment information: 
 Segmental assets                       479,221      479,221 
 Total assets                                        479,221 
                                                 ----------- 
 
 Segment liabilities                  (286,390)    (286,390) 
 Total liabilities                                 (286,390) 
                                                 ----------- 
 
 
 
 Period ended 30 June 2020                                 Continuing 
                                             UK   Africa        Total 
                                         GBP000   GBP000       GBP000 
 
 Revenue                                 45,953        -       45,953 
                                     ----------  -------  ----------- 
 
 Operating and segment loss            (12,668)        -     (12,668) 
 Change in BKR financial liability       32,979        -       32,979 
 Finance revenue                            376        -          376 
 Finance costs                            (263)        -        (263) 
 Profit before taxation                  20,424        -       20,424 
 Taxation charge for the period         (8,010)        -      (8,010) 
                                     ----------  -------  ----------- 
 Profit after taxation                   12,414        -       12,414 
 
 
                                             UK   Africa        Total 
                                         GBP000   GBP000       GBP000 
 
 Other segment information: 
 Segmental assets                       447,312    3,451      450,763 
 Total assets                                                 450,763 
                                                          ----------- 
 
 Segment liabilities                  (247,599)     (34)    (247,633) 
 Total liabilities                                          (247,633) 
                                                          ----------- 
 
 
 
 Year ended 31 December 2020                                Continuing 
                                             UK    Africa        Total 
                                         GBP000    GBP000       GBP000 
 
 Revenue                                125,641         -      125,641 
                                     ----------  --------  ----------- 
 
 Operating and segment loss            (15,247)   (3,458)     (18,705) 
 Change in BKR financial liability       31,296         -       31,296 
 Finance revenue                            465         -          465 
 Finance costs                            (508)         -        (508) 
 Profit before taxation                  16,006   (3,458)       12,548 
 Taxation charge for the year           (4,769)         -      (4,769) 
                                     ----------  --------  ----------- 
 Profit after taxation                   11,237   (3,458)        7,779 
 
 
                                             UK    Africa        Total 
                                         GBP000    GBP000       GBP000 
 Other segment information: 
 Segmental assets                       447,463         -      447,463 
 Total assets                                                  447,463 
                                                           ----------- 
 
 Segment liabilities                  (247,617)         -    (247,617) 
 Total liabilities                                           (247,617) 
                                                           ----------- 
 
 

4. Sales Revenue

 
 
              Six months   Six months      Year 
                   ended        ended     ended 
                 30 June      30 June    31 Dec 
                    2021         2020      2020 
                  GBP000       GBP000    GBP000 
 
 
 Gas sales        76,563       24,071    80,066 
 Oil sales        17,106       17,269    32,917 
 NGL sales         7,166        4,613    12,658 
 
                 100,835       45,953   125,641 
             -----------  -----------  -------- 
 

Revenues include product sales from Serica's full interests in the BKR assets before calculation of amounts due under the net cash flow sharing arrangements.

5. Cost of sales

 
 
                                           Six months   Six months      Year 
                                                ended        ended     ended 
                                              30 June      30 June    31 Dec 
                                                 2021         2020      2020 
                                               GBP000       GBP000    GBP000 
 
 
 Operating costs                               40,037       45,803    89,723 
 Movement in liquids overlift/underlift         (467)        1,199       342 
 Depletion (note 8)                            15,292       18,718    38,495 
 
                                               54,862       65,720   128,560 
                                          -----------  ----------- 
 
 

Operating costs include costs from Serica's full interests in the BKR assets before calculation of amounts due under the net cash flow sharing arrangements.

6. Dividends payable

A final cash dividend for 2020 of 3.5 pence per share was proposed in April 2021 and approved at the annual general meeting on 24 June 2021. Following the approval in the 1H 2021 period, the dividend payable of GBP9.4 million is recognised as a liability in the Balance Sheet at 30 June 2021. The dividend was paid in July 2021.

7 . Exploration and Evaluation Assets

 
                                                  Total 
                                                 GBP000 
 Cost: 
 At 1 January 2020                                3,652 
 
 Additions                                        1,116 
 Asset write-offs                               (3,725) 
 
 At 31 December 2020                              1,043 
 
 Additions                                          589 
 Asset write-offs                                     - 
 
 At 30 June 2021                                  1,632 
                                               ======== 
 
 Provision for impairment: 
 At 1 January 2020                                    - 
 
 Impairment reversal for the period                   - 
 
 At 31 December 2020                                  - 
 
 Impairment (charge)/reversal for the period          - 
 
 At 30 June 2021                                      - 
                                               ======== 
 
 Net Book Amount: 
 
 30 June 2021                                     1,632 
                                               ======== 
 
 31 December 2020                                 1,043 
                                               ======== 
 
 1 January 2020                                   3,652 
                                               ======== 
 

The 2020 asset write-off figure comprised a GBP3.458 million charge against the Group's Namibian licence following the region exit in the year, and GBP0.267 million from the relinquishment of UK Licence P2388 Block 23/21b.

8. Property, Plant and Equipment

 
                                         Oil and        Fixtures 
                                  gas properties    and fittings     Right-of-use 
                                                                           assets     Total 
                                          GBP000          GBP000           GBP000    GBP000 
 
 Cost: 
 At 1 January 2020                       387,021             212              516   387,749 
 
 Additions                                25,530               -                -    25,530 
 Revisions                               (1,089)               -                -   (1,089) 
 
 At 31 December 2020                     411,462             212              516   412,190 
 
 Additions                                42,392               -                -    42,392 
 
 At 30 June 2021                         453,854             212              516   454,582 
                                ----------------  -------------- 
 
 Depreciation and depletion: 
 At 1 January 2020                        62,155              61              129    62,345 
 
 Charge for the period 
  (note 5)                                38,495              53              172    38,720 
 
 At 31 December 2020                     100,650             114              301   101,065 
 
 Charge for the period 
  (note 5)                                15,292              26               86    15,404 
 
 At 30 June 2021                         115,942             140              387   116,469 
                                ----------------  --------------  ---------------  -------- 
 
 Net book amount: 
 At 30 June 2021                         337,912              72              129   338,113 
                                ================  ==============  ===============  ======== 
 
 
 At 31 December 2020                     310,812              98              215   311,125 
                                ================  ==============  ===============  ======== 
 
 
 At 1 January 2020                       324,866             151              387   325,404 
                                ================  ==============  ===============  ======== 
 

Depreciation and depletion

Depletion charges on oil and gas properties are classified within 'cost of sales'. Depreciation on other elements of property, plant and equipment is provided on a straight-line-basis and taken through general and administration expenses.

9. Equity Share Capital

As at 30 June 2021, the share capital of the Company comprised one "A" share of GBP50,000 and 268,153,997 ordinary shares of US$0.10 each. The "A" share has no special rights.

The balance classified as total share capital includes the total net proceeds (both nominal value and share premium) on issue of the Group and Company's equity share capital, comprising US$0.10 ordinary shares and one 'A' share.

 
 Allotted, issued and fully paid:        Share     Share           Total 
                                       capital   Premium   Share capital 
 Group                        Number    GBP000    GBP000          GBP000 
 
 
 At 1 January 2020       267,230,217    21,062   160,323         181,385 
 
 Shares issued               579,486        45       176             221 
 
 At 31 December 2020     267,809,703    21,107   160,499         181,606 
 
 Shares issued               344,295        25       118             143 
 
 At 30 June 2021         268,153,998    21,132   160,617         181,749 
 
 
 

Durin g 1H 2021, 344,295 ordinary shares were issued to satisfy awards under the Company's share-based incentive schemes.

105,151 ordinary shares have been issued in Q3 2021 to date and as at 27 September 2021 the issued voting share capi tal of the Company was 268,259,148 ordinary shares and one "A" share.

10. Share-Based Payments

Share Option Plans

The Company operates three discretionary incentive share option plans: the Serica Energy Plc Long Term Incentive Plan (the "LTIP"), which was adopted by the Board on 20 November 2017 which permits the grant of share-based awards, the 2017 Serica Energy plc Company Share Option Plan ("2017 CSOP"), which was adopted by the Board on 20 November 2017, and the Serica 2005 Option Plan, which was adopted by the Board on 14 November 2005. Awards can no longer be made under the Serica 2005 Option Plan, however, options remain outstanding under the Serica 2005 Option Plan. The LTIP and the 2017 CSOP together are known as the "Discretionary Plans".

The Discretionary Plans will govern all future grants of options by the Company to Executive Directors, key employees and certain consultants of the Group. The Directors intend that the maximum number of ordinary shares which may be utilised pursuant to the Discretionary Plans will not exceed 10% of the issued ordinary shares of the Company from time to time in line with the recommendations of the Association of British Insurers.

The objective of these plans is to develop the interest of Executive Directors, key employees and certain consultants of the Group in the growth and development of the Group by providing them with the opportunity to acquire an interest in the Company and to assist the Company in retaining and attracting executives with experience and ability.

Serica 2005 Option Plan

As at 30 June 2021, 4,528,050 options granted by the Company under the Serica 2005 Option Plan were outstanding. All options awarded under the Serica 2005 Option Plan since November 2009 have a three-year vesting period. When awarding options to directors, the Remuneration Committee are required to set Performance Conditions in addition to the vesting provisions before vesting can take place. Of the above options, 2,500,000 of these options were granted to Mr Craven Walker in July 2015 at exercise prices higher than the market price at the time of the grant to establish firm performance targets.

No options were granted in 2020 or 1H 2021 under the Serica 2005 Option Plan.

The following table illustrates the number and weighted average exercise prices (WAEP) of, and movements in, share options during the period:

 
                                                  WAEP 
                                                   GBP 
 Outstanding at 31 December 2020      4,578,050   0.15 
 Exercised during the period           (50,000)   0.31 
 
 Outstanding at 30 June 2021          4,528,050   0.15 
                                     ----------  ----- 
 
 

As at 30 June 2021, the following director and employee share options were outstanding:

 
    Expiry Date      Amount   Exercise cost 
                                        GBP 
   January 2022     428,050          91,496 
   January 2023     200,000          54,500 
   January 2024     300,000          39,000 
      June 2025   1,100,000          72,600 
      July 2025   1,000,000         120,000 
      July 2025   1,000,000         180,000 
      July 2025     500,000         120,000 
                 ---------- 
          Total   4,528,050 
 

Long Term Incentive Plan

The following awards granted to certain Executive Directors and employees under the LTIP are outstanding as at 30 June 2021.

LTIP awards (deemed to be granted in November 2017 under IFRS 2)

 
 Director/Employees                                   Total number of shares granted subject to Deferred Bonus Share 
                                                                                                              Awards 
 
 Antony Craven Walker                                                                                        225,000 
 Mitch Flegg                                                                                                 225,000 
 Employees below Board level (in aggregate)                                                                  414,000 
                                                     --------------------------------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                             864,000 
                                                     =============================================================== 
 
 

Deferred Bonus Share Awards involve the deferral of bonuses into awards over shares in the Company. They are structured as nil-cost options and may be exercised up until the fifth anniversary of the date of grant. Vesting of the Deferred Bonus Share Awards was the later of the date of completion of the BKR Acquisition and 31 January 2019 and all awards have therefore now vested. They were not subject to performance conditions; however, they were conditional on completion of the BKR Acquisition, subject to the Board determining otherwise.

 
 
 Director/Employees                               Total number of shares granted subject to Performance Share Awards 
 
 Antony Craven Walker                                                                                      1,500,000 
 Mitch Flegg                                                                                               1,500,000 
 Employees below Board level (in aggregate)                                                                2,250,000 
                                                     --------------------------------------------------------------- 
                                                                                                           5,250,000 
                                                     =============================================================== 
 
 

Performance Share Awards have a three-year vesting period and are subject to performance conditions based on average share price growth targets to be measured by reference to dealing days in the period of 90 days ending immediately prior to expiry of a three-year performance starting on the date of grant of a Performance Share Award. Performance Share Awards are structured as nil-cost options and may be exercised up until the tenth anniversary of the date of grant. They are exercisable as at 30 June 2021.

LTIP awards in 2019

In Q1 2019, the Company granted nil-cost Performance Share Awards over 3,735,640 ordinary shares and nil-cost Retention Share Awards over 242,539 ordinary shares, a combined total of 3,978,179 ordinary shares under the LTIP. The award was made to members of the Group's executive team, senior management and employees. The awards included a total of 822,134 ordinary shares for the executive directors and persons discharging managerial responsibilities as follows:

 
 
 Director/PDMR                  Total number of shares granted subject to Performance Share Awards 
 
 Antony Craven Walker                                                                      411,067 
 Mitch Flegg                                                                               411,067 
                                                                                           822,134 
                               =================================================================== 
 
 

These awards are subject to vesting criteria based on absolute share price performance over a three-year period and are not exercisable as at 30 June 2021.

LTIP awards in 2020

In May 2020, the Company granted nil-cost options over a total of 2,669,280 ordinary shares under the LTIP. The award was made to members of the Group's executive team, senior management and employees. The awards included a total of 772,200 ordinary shares for the executive directors and persons discharging managerial responsibilities as follows:

 
 
 Director/PDMR                  Total number of shares granted subject to Performance Share Awards 
 
 Antony Craven Walker                                                                      386,100 
 Mitch Flegg                                                                               386,100 
                                                                                           772,200 
                               =================================================================== 
 
 

These awards are subject to vesting criteria based on absolute share price performance over a three-year period and are not exercisable as at 30 June 2021.

LTIP awards in 2021

In May 2021, the Company granted nil-cost Performance Share Awards over 2,725,032 ordinary shares under the LTIP. All of the total awards were outstanding at 30 June 2021. The award was made to members of the Group's executive team, senior management and employees. The awards included a total of 1,174,698 ordinary shares for the Executive Directors and persons discharging managerial responsibilities as follows:

 
 
 Director/PDMR                  Total number of shares granted subject to Performance Share Awards 
 
 Antony Craven Walker                                                                      587,349 
 Mitch Flegg                                                                               587,349 
                                                                                         1,174,698 
                               =================================================================== 
 
 

These awards are subject to vesting criteria based on absolute share price performance over a three-year period (75%) and on reductions in carbon intensity of production from the BKR assets (25%) and are not exercisable at 30 June 2021.

Calculation of Share-based Compensation

The Company calculates the value of share-based compensation using a Black-Scholes option pricing model (or other appropriate model for those options subject to certain market conditions) to estimate the fair value of share options at the date of grant. There are no cash settlement alternatives. The estimated fair value of options is amortised to expense over the options' vesting period.

GBP878,000 has been charged to the income statement for the six-month period ended 30 June 2021 (1H 2020 - GBP652,000) and a similar amount credited to the share-based payments reserve, classified as 'Other reserve' in the Balance Sheet.

11. Taxation

 
 The major components of income tax charged in the consolidated income statement are: 
                                                      Six months      Six months        Year 
                                                           ended           ended       ended 
                                                         30 June         30 June      31 Dec 
                                                            2021            2020        2020 
                                                          GBP000          GBP000      GBP000 
 
 Current income tax charge                                     -               -           - 
 
 Deferred income tax charge                                (899)         (8,010)     (4,769) 
 
 
 Total taxation charge for the period                      (899)         (8,010)     (4,769) 
                                                  --------------  -------------- 
 
 
 

Recognised and unrecognised tax losses

The Group's Balance Sheet net deferred tax liability amounts of GBP80.6 million as at 31 December 2020 and GBP81.5 million as at 30 June 2021 arise from deferred tax liabilities (primarily related to temporary differences on fixed assets) being partially offset by deferred tax assets on existing tax losses, deductibles under the Net Cash Flow Sharing Deed and decommissioning liabilities.

The Group's deferred tax assets at 31 December 2020 and 30 June 2021 are recognised to the extent that taxable profits are expected to arise in the future against which tax losses and allowances in the UK can be utilised. In accordance with IAS 12 Income Taxes, the Group assessed the recoverability of its deferred tax assets at 31 December 2020 and 30 June 2021 with respect to ring fence losses and allowances.

The Group had UK ring fence tax losses of approximately GBP46.1 million available as at 31 December 2020 that are available indefinitely for offset against future ring fence trading profits of the company in which the losses arose.

Changes to UK corporation tax legislation

In the Budget statement on 3 March 2021 it was announced that the corporation tax rate will increase from 19% to 25% with effect from 2023.

The headline rate of tax for UK ring-fenced trading profits remains at 40%.

12. Financial and derivative financial instruments

Financial instruments

The Group's financial instruments comprise cash and cash equivalents, accounts payable and accounts receivable. It is management's opinion that the fair values of its financial instruments approximate to their carrying values.

Derivative financial instruments

The Group enters into derivative financial instruments with various counterparties. No gas put options were held at 31 December 2020 or 30 June 2021. Other derivative financial instruments held at 31 December 2020 and 30 June 2021 comprised gas swaps which were valued by counterparties, with the valuations reviewed internally and corroborated with readily available market data (level 2).

Details of the Group's derivative financial instruments held as at 30 June 2021 and entered into during Q3 2021 to date are provided in the financial review above.

Other (losses)/income

 
 
                                    Six months   Six months       Year 
                                         ended        ended      ended 
                                       30 June      30 June     31 Dec 
                                          2021         2020       2020 
                                        GBP000       GBP000     GBP000 
 
 
 Realised hedging (losses)/gains       (5,642)       11,655     12,295 
 Unrealised hedging losses            (30,320)      (3,308)   (16,571) 
 
 Other (expense)/income               (35,962)        8,347    (4,276) 
                                   -----------  -----------  --------- 
 

13. Publication of Non-Statutory Accounts

The financial information contained in this interim statement does not constitute statutory accounts as defined in the Companies Act 2006. The financial information for the full preceding year is based on the statutory accounts for the financial year ended 31 December 2019, which are available at the Company's registered office at 48 George Street, London W1U 7DY and on its website at www.serica-energy.com and on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

This interim statement will be made available at the Company's registered office at 48 George Street, London W1U 7DY and on its website at www.serica-energy.com and on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

GLOSSARY

 
 bbl                 barrel of 42 US gallons 
 bcf                 billion standard cubic feet 
 boe                 barrels of oil equivalent (barrels of oil, condensate and NGLs plus the heating equivalent 
                      of gas converted into barrels at the appropriate rate) 
 BKR Assets          Bruce, Keith and Rhum fields 
 CPR                 Competent Persons Report 
 FDP                 Field Development Plan 
 HPHT                High pressure high temperature 
 mscf                thousand standard cubic feet 
 mmbbl               million barrels 
 mmboe               million barrels of oil equivalent 
 mmscf               million standard cubic feet 
 mmscfd              million standard cubic feet per day 
 NBP                 National Balancing Point for pricing and delivery of gas sales 
 NGLs                Natural gas liquids extracted from gas streams 
 NTS                 National Transmission System 
 OGA                 Oil and Gas Authority 
 Overlift            Volumes of oil or NGLs sold in excess of volumes produced 
 Underlift           Volumes of oil or NGLs produced but not yet sold 
 P10                 A high estimate that there should be at least a 10% probability that the quantities recovered 
                      will actually equal or exceed the estimate 
 P50                 A best estimate that there should be at least a 50% probability that the quantities recovered 
                      will actually equal or exceed the estimate 
 P90                 A low estimate that there should be at least a 90% probability that the quantities recovered 
                      will actually equal or exceed the estimate 
 Pigging             A process of pipeline cleaning and maintenance which involves the use of devices called pigs 
 Proved Reserves     Proved reserves are those Reserves that can be estimated with a high degree of certainty to 
                      be recoverable. It is likely that the actual remaining quantities recovered will exceed the 
                      estimated proved reserves 
 Probable Reserves   Probable reserves are those additional Reserves that are less certain to be recovered than 
                      proved reserves. It is equally likely that the actual remaining quantities recovered will 
                      be greater or less than the sum of the estimated proved + probable reserves 
 Possible Reserves   Possible reserves are those additional Reserves that are less certain to be recovered than 
                      probable reserves. It is unlikely that the actual remaining quantities recovered will exceed 
                      the sum of the estimated proved + probable + possible reserves 
 Reserves            Estimates of discovered recoverable commercial hydrocarbon reserves calculated in accordance 
                      with the revised June 2018 Petroleum Resources Management System (PRMS) version 1.01 (November 
                      6th, 2018) prepared by the Oil and Gas Reserves Committee of the Society of Petroleum Engineers 
                      (SPE) 
 Tcf                 trillion standard cubic feet 
 UKCS                United Kingdom Continental Shelf 
 

[1] Serica has a 50% working interest in Rhum

[2] Serica has a 50% working interest in Columbus

[3] Based on EUETS and UK ETS submissions

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