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Material Information of Kot Addu Power Plant

Karachi, Kot Addu Power Plant informed Pakistan Stock Exchange that tactions for the withdrawal of the LDs Arbitration before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Singapore have been completed. The Arbitral Tribunal issued a Consent Order acknowledging the settlement of disputes between the Company and the Power Purchaser (Central Power Purchasing Agency (Guarantee) Limited), and the withdrawal of all claims and counterclaims as per the settlement terms of the third PPA Amendment Agreement. The ICC has taken notice of termination of the LDs Arbitration.

Kot Addu Power Company Limited was incorporated in Pakistan on April 25, 1996 as a public listed company. The Principal activities of the Company are to own, operate and maintain-fuel fired power station and to sell the electricity produced to a single customer WAPDA under a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

Kot Addu Power Plant (the “Power Plant”) was built by the Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority (“WAPDA”) in five phases between 1985 and 1996 in District Muzaffargarh, Punjab, 90 K.M. north west of Multan on the left bank of the River Indus at a distance of 16 K.M. from Taunsa Barrage.

In February 2005, the Privatisation Commission (on behalf of WAPDA) sold another 18% of WAPDA shareholding in the Company to the General Public. On April 18, 2005 the Company was formally listed on the Pakistan Stock Exchange (formerly the Karachi Stock Exchange, the Lahore Stock Exchange and the Islamabad Stock Exchange).

The Company is now listed on Pakistan Stock Exchange limited and quoted shares of it that are 880,253,228. Their Earnings per shares of the company is 26.83 in 2020 which was 14.90 in 2019. The Profit after Taxation is 23,613,193,000 in 2020 which was 13,111,540,000 in 2019.