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– Target Company Statement Release Date

22 September 2004

Contact Energy – Target Company Statement Release Date

Contact Energy Ltd intends to release the Target Company Statement relating to Origin Energy New Zealand Limited's takeover offer to the New Zealand Stock Exchange at 0800 NZT on Monday, 27 September 2004.

The Target Company Statement will be available on the Contact Energy corporate website, www.mycontact.co.nz, shortly thereafter.

Contact understands that Origin Energy will send its Offer and Contact’s Target Company Statement on 27 September 2004 to all Contact shareholders (other than Mission Energy Universal Holdings and Mission Energy Pacific Holdings) on the share register as at 22 September 2004.

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