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NZX Market Announcement – Share Purchase Plan Allotment

www.rockphosphate.co.nz

20 February 2013

NZX Market Announcement – Share Purchase Plan Allotment

Chatham Rock Phosphate has today allotted shares under its recent share purchase plan and top up offer. A total of 3,896,793 shares were subscribed for resulting in approximately $1.285 million in new capital for the company.

The Chatham Rock Phosphate board is pleased with this great result and thanks shareholders for their support.

Class of security: Ordinary Shares
ISIN: NZWENE0003S0
Number issued: 3,896,793
Issue price: $0.33 per share
Payment in cash: Yes
Fully paid: Yes
Percentage of class: 2.98%
Purpose of the issue: Funds raised will be applied as announced to the market on 14 December 2012.
Authority for the issue: Board resolutions
Date of issue: 20/02/13
Total number of securities on issue following allotments: 134,521,888 ordinary shares

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