Andfjord Salmon AS - Presentation Q4 2020

Q4 2020

Status and progress

12 March 2021

Martin Rasmussen, CEO

Andfjord Salmon™ in brief

Ø Uses a closed flow-through system, which combines the benefits of both traditional and land based aquaculture while simultaneously eliminating a number of traditional farming issues. Ø Strategically located at Andøya – Access to oxygen- rich seawater with stable temperatures, which is pumped up from 160 and 30 meters deep depending on the season. Ø Land based farming mitigates problems with sea lice and escapes, besides enabling lower mortality, emissions, food waste and impact on nearby surroundings including wildstock. Ø Andfjord Salmon™ has acquired land and is planning for an annual production of 12,600 tonnes (HOG*) salmon on Kvalnes, Andøya. Ø Growth potential with clear roadmap to a total capacity of ~90,000 tonnes (HOG).

Andfjord Salmon™ : Salmon farming

Founded: 2014

Andøya, Norway

Location: Andøya, Norway

License: 10,000 tonnes (MAB)

Share: “ANDF”

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*) Management base case assuming WFE/MAB=1.5 and HOG/WFE=0.84

Our ambition: Build the world’s most fish friendly and sustainable aqua farming facility

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Agenda

Andfjord Salmon’s fish health and welfare approach

Quarterly highlights and subsequent events

Operational update

Summary and outlook

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Highlights

Fourth quarter 2020 and subsequent to quarter Decision to fast-track wider Kvalnes 1 development Ø De-risk Kvalnes 1 development to achieve 12,600 tonnes production volume (HOG) Ø Significant biological and time saving benefits Strengthened balance sheet Ø Raised NOK 88.2 million to fast-track blasting and excavation work related to the expansion from 1,260 to 12,600 tonnes (HOG) Ø Cash or cash equivalents per 31 December 2020 at NOK 148.8 million, which does not include: Ø NOK 50 million undrawn credit facility Ø NOK 15 million in grants Solid progress on construction of first pool Ø Time-critical inlet and outline pipeline installations completed in Q1 2021 Ø Moving from construction to test phase On track to build the world's most sustainable and fish- friendly aquaculture farming facility of its kind

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Agenda

Andfjord Salmon’s fish health and welfare approach

Quarterly highlights and subsequent events

Operational update

Summary and outlook

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Overview of secured locations

Potential for up to 12,600 tonnes HOG (license secured), and an additional 25,200 tonnes in the future Land area purchased, with options to expand into additional areas Potential for up to 25,200 tonnes HOG Land area secured through purchase option

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Kvalnes

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2

Breivik

Phase 2 9,000 MAB

Start pool 1,000 MAB

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Potential for up to 25,200 tonnes HOG Land area purchased

Fiskenes

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Key decision in December 2020: Fast-tracking and de-risking Kvalnes development, from sequential to full area development

Dec 2020: Shifting focus from single pool to full Kvalnes area development

Fast-tracking roadmap to 12,600 t (HOG)

KVALNES, PHASE 2

KVALNES, PHASE 2

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1) Management base case assuming WFE/MAB=1.5and HOG/WFE=0.84

Multiple benefits of fast-tracking full area development at Kvalnes

Current plan: Parallel development of full Kvalnes area by moving blasting and excavation work forward in time

Numerous biological and time-saving benefits, only marginally affecting runway to revenues Ø Moving blasting and excavation work for Kvalnes Phase 2 (to reach full 12,600 tonnes HOG) 6 months forward allows: Ø Fast-tracking development of Phase 2 Ø Significantly de-risks expansion Ø Allows more time for testing of Kvalnes start pool Ø Results in saved expenses related to de- mobilization and mobilization of required machinery, and does not otherwise affect total capex Ø Reduces biological risk for fish in Kvalnes Phase 1 Ø Eliminates risk that fish suffers stress from noise and vibration from nearby construction work Ø Updated plan only marginally affects release of first smolt for Phase 1 and time to first revenues

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Solid progress on full Kvalnes area development

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First pool hooked up: Inlet and outline pipeline in place

Main weather dependent and time-critical sections in place Ø The main artery: inlet pipeline Ø Outline pipeline Progressing as planned despite external challenges Ø Weather Ø Covid-19 Ø ØPD AS Remaining work before first pool is complete Ø Walkway Ø Grouting of pool Ø System for water flow

Testing

On track for first smolt release summer 2021

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BREIVIK, 25,200 T HOG

Update: Zoning plan process for Fiskenes and Breivik sites Ø 18 February 2021 : Second public meeting conducted to present planning proposal Ø March – May 2021 : Zoning plan proposal undergoing public inspection and hearing Ø End-June 2021 : Final decision expected from Andøy municipality council

FISKENES, 25,200 T HOG

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Agenda

Andfjord Salmon’s fish health and welfare approach

Quarterly highlights and subsequent events

Operational update

Summary and outlook

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What is ANIMAL WELFARE? Animal welfare = The quality of life as perceived by the animal itself. ( Farm Animal Welfare Council 2009 ). The five freedoms:

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From hunger and malnutrition From discomfort due to an unsuitable environment From pain , injury, illness Freedom to express natural behavior From fear and stress

Freedom from hunger and malnutrition 1

The unique Andfjord Salmon™ solution:

Ø ANDFJORD DESIGN: Special designed feed for flow through facility. The nutritious feed is designed for growth and good health. Ø No need of ANTI-LICE ingredients. Ø FEED: Sustainable feed suppliers only.

Freedom from discomfort due to an unsuitable environment 2

The unique Andfjord Salmon™ solution:

Ø LOW DENSITY : The pools will have low fish density, assuring optimal fish health. Ø GULF STREAM WATER : High quality oxygen rich water. Perfectly tempered between 7 and 12 degrees. Ø NATURAL OCEAN POOLS : In the pools the Andfjord salmon will find the same unique growing and living conditions as outside the pools, in the Gulf Stream.

Freedom from from pain, injury and illness 3

The unique Andfjord Salmon™ solution:

Ø NO LICE PROBLEMS : The risk of sea lice or dangerous algae in our facility is close to zero. The water is collected below the level were lice and algae lives. Ø NATURAL DEFENCE: Against contagious diseases in the surface ocean current due to deep water intake. Ø AVOIDING ULCERS : The risk of winter ulcers is also very low. The water temperature is always between 7 or 12 degrees celcius, which is optimal for Atlantic salmon.

Freedom to express natural behavior 4

The unique Andfjord Salmon™ solution:

Ø RIVER ON LAND : We are recreating a river on land, with a laminar, natural flow of sea water. The pools will fill themselves with tempered sea water 15-17 times a day without using energy. This technology is an Andfjord Salmon™-patent. Ø CRYSTAL CLEAR WATER : The Andfjord Salmon™ method is providing the salmon with crystal clear Arctic sea water. Ø SIMILAR TO NATURE : Tempered water and ample space in the pools for an active salmon, swimming naturally in the ocean pools.

Freedom from from fear and stress 5

The unique Andfjord Salmon™ solution:

Ø NO FEARS : Unlike in nature, the Andfjord salmon do not have to fear predators like seals and killer whales. Ø NO STRESS : The natural ocean pools provide a totally secure habitat for the salmon with sufficient day light.

Biosecurity Ø Prevents the introduction of pathogenic infectious agents into the farm

Ø Reduces the spread of infection internally in the farm

Ø Reduce losses due to infection

Ø Bio waste will be collected and recycled as fertilizer products for agriculture

Ø Prevents the release of infection and the spread of diseases to other farms

Conclusion: We are about to complete the first pool in the world’s most fish friendly and sustainable aqua farming facility.

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Agenda

Andfjord Salmon’s fish health and welfare approach

Quarterly highlights and subsequent events

Operational update

Summary and outlook

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Summary and outlook

2021

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

Testing and optimisation

Measurement and verification pre fish First smolt released

Evaluation of fish welfare

First pool completed, pipelines installed Pipelines, pool and foundation work represent 2/3 of capex. Completion with reduced risk of significant cost overruns

Technically ready for release of first smolt Pool filled with water and laminar water flow confirmed

Smolt in pool

Small salmon thrives in pool Second confirmation of biological conditions

First confirmation of biological conditions

On track to build the world’s most sustainable and fish friendly aquaculture facility of its kind

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Q & A

Appendix

Income statement

Andfjord Salmon AS All amounts in NOK

Q4 2020

Q4 2019

31.12.2020 Unaudited

31.12.2019

Unaudited

Operating income and expences Other income

180 863 180 863

0 0

180 863 180 863

1 650 000 1 650 000

Total operating income

Salary and personell expences

3 748 867

1 506 154

10 342 618

3 977 066

Depreciation of tangible and intangible fixed assets

128 816

60 103

370 704

305 177

Other operating expenses Total operating expenses Operating profit/loss

3 386 627 7 264 310 -7 083 448

1 302 603 2 868 860 -2 868 860

9 085 586 19 798 909 -19 618 046

5 683 407 9 965 650 -8 315 650

Financial income and expences Other financial income

207 265

517 648

838 273 409 703 428 570

1 934 894

Other financial expenses

536

417

13 778

Net financial income/expenses

206 728

517 231

1 921 116 -6 394 534

Profit/loss before tax

-6 876 719

-2 351 630

-19 189 476

Net profit/loss for the period

-6 876 719

-2 351 630

-19 189 476

-6 394 534

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Balance sheet

Andfjord Salmon AS All amounts in NOK

31.12.2020 Unaudited

31.12.2019

Andfjord Salmon AS All amounts in NOK

31.12.2020 Unaudited

31.12.2019

Assets Fixed assets Intangible assets Research and development

Equity and liabilities Paid-in capital Share capital Share premium reserve Total paid-in capital

35 791 900 318 345 305 354 137 205

29 874 400 116 935 784 146 810 184

1 219 832 1 219 832

528 631 528 631

Total intangible assets

Property, plant & equipment Land facilities for farming

Total equity

354 137 205

146 810 184

218 810 019

51 004 230 3 823 708

Liabilities Non-current liabilities Other non-current liabilities Total non-current liabilities

Plots and other land

4 493 170

Operating movable property, furniture, tools, other

538 366

30 063

Total property, plant & equipment

223 841 555

54 858 001

4 078 176 4 078 176

0 0

Long-term financial assets Other receivables Total long-term fixed assets

Current liabilities Trade payables Current tax liabilities Other current liabilities Total current liabilities

159 390 159 390

0 0

29 788 856

4 145 138

723 106

251 653 472 589

Total fixed assets

225 220 777

55 386 632

2 948 823 33 460 785

4 869 380

Current assets Receivables Accounts receivables Other receivables

Total liabilities

37 538 961

4 869 380

226 078

Total equity and liabilities

391 676 165

151 679 565

17 383 243 17 609 321

2 512 596 2 512 596

Total receivables

Cash and deposits*

148 846 067

93 780 337

Total current assets

166 455 388

96 292 933

Total assets

391 676 165

151 679 565

27 * Figure does not include a NOK 50 million undrawn credit facility with Sparebank 1 Nord-Norge and Innovation Norway. In addition NOK 15 million in grants, not included from Innovation Norway (NOK 14 million) and Samskap (NOK 1 million).

Cash flow statement

Andfjord Salmon AS All amounts in NOK

Q4 2020

Q4 2019 31.12.2020

31.12.2019

Unaudited

Unaudited

Cash flows from operating activities Profit/ loss before income taxes

-6 876 719

-2 351 630 -19 189 476

-6 394 534

Depreciation

128 816 -226 078

60 103 167 055

370 704 -226 078

305 177 167 055

Change in accounts receivables

Change in trade creditors Changes in other accruals

10 838 894 -5 494 947 -1 630 034

-4 800 971 25 643 718 133 306 -12 773 552 -6 792 137 -6 174 684

3 781 021

87 744

Net cash flow from operating activities

-2 053 537

Cash flows from investing activities Purchase of property, plant and equipment Net cash flow from investing activities Cash flows from financing activities Paid in capital Net cash flow from financing activities

-61 505 786 -61 505 786

-22 418 799 -165 276 082 -22 418 799 -165 276 082

-51 361 868 -51 361 868

85 195 102 85 195 102

0 226 516 497 144 095 716 0 226 516 497 144 095 716

Net change in cash and cash equivalents

22 059 282 126 786 786 148 846 067

-29 210 936 55 065 731 122 991 273 93 780 337 93 780 337 148 846 067

90 680 311 3 100 026 93 780 337

Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the period Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period

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