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TORONTO, ON, September 26, 2022, Carbon Streaming Corporation (NEO: NETZ) (OTCQB: OFSTF) (FSE: M2Q) (“Carbon Streaming” or the “Company”) today reported its financial results for the year ended June 30, 2022. All figures are in United States Dollars, unless otherwise indicated. The Company will host a live audio call at 11:00 a.m. EDT on Monday, September 26, 2022.
Carbon Streaming Founder and CEO Justin Cochrane stated: “This has been a tremendous year of growth for our portfolio and our team since going public last summer. We are building something very exciting and executing well on our strategy to develop a robust and diversified portfolio of high-integrity carbon credits that we believe will be sought after by discerning buyers committed to climate action. Today we have carbon streams in technology and nature-based solutions, removals and avoidance, carbon and methane reductions, in four continents around the world. Our team now reflects more diversity of experience, backgrounds and knowledge to position us for success as the Voluntary Carbon Markets continue to evolve and scale.”
Mr. Cochrane added: “By the end of 2023, we expect to have credit issuances from 10 or more projects in our portfolio and generate cash flow from credit sales soon after credits are received. By offering fair and flexible financing options, and nurturing exceptional collaborations with our project partners, we will continue to create value for them, the communities in which they work, our credit buyers, and shareholders alike.”
Fourth Quarter 2022
Full Year 2022
Carbon Credit Projects
The Company currently has the following carbon credit streaming and royalty agreements:
1 Under development means that the project has not yet been validated or registered, and that activities leading toward registration are in progress (often close to final). These could include project document development, carbon modeling, negotiations with relevant entities, and/or any other work to fulfill the crediting registry’s project requirements. During the due diligence process, Carbon Streaming will assess the risks of the project in context of its status.
2 “REDD” means Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation, a framework developed by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
3 “AFOLU” means agriculture, forestry and other land-use.
4 “ACoGS” means avoided conversion of grasslands and shrublands.
5 The Company has entered into a royalty agreement and an exclusive term sheet with Bonobo Conservation Initiative to advance the development of these projects.
6 The Company has entered into a royalty agreement and an exclusive term sheet with Future Carbon to contribute to the development and maintenance of these projects and grow Future Carbon in the global carbon markets.
Strategy and Outlook
Carbon Streaming’s strategy continues to be focused on acquiring additional streams and royalties to diversify and grow its portfolio of projects. In the three months ended June 30, 2022, the Company announced three new stream agreements: the Community Carbon Stream, the Sustainable Community Stream and the Waverly Biochar Stream. The addition of these new stream agreements furthers the Company’s goal of diversifying its portfolio geographically and by project type. Carbon Streaming plans to partner and support new and existing carbon projects as the Company continues to build its high-integrity portfolio of carbon credit streams and projects.
The Company also continues to build human capital, growing and enhancing its team with professionals who are skilled and knowledgeable in diverse fields of expertise. In particular, the Company’s sales infrastructure is continuing to expand as the Company expects to receive carbon credits from more than 10 projects in calendar year 2023. The Company believes that the development of a strong sales strategy and team will attract buyers of high-quality carbon credits, also benefiting project partners and other stakeholders.
The Company expects to receive its first delivery of carbon credits pursuant to its streams in calendar 2022, with the anticipated carbon credit issuance from the Cerrado Biome Stream. Such issuance and delivery are expected in the second half of calendar 2022, with credit sales expected soon after delivery.
As previously disclosed in April 2022, the Indonesian government announced a temporary pause in the validation of carbon credits from projects on the Verra Registry (and other registries) as it seeks to finalize its national carbon emission regulations. The Company’s Rimba Raya stream has been impacted by this temporary pause, as it was scheduled to have its sixth audit under the Verified Carbon Standard of Verra in early 2022. Rimba Raya has a strong track record of regulatory compliance in Indonesia and in November 2021, the project received a renewed concession license, which extended the project’s concession license to 2073. InfiniteEARTH, Rimba Raya’s project operator, remains cooperative with Indonesia’s Ministry of Environment & Forestry (“MOEF”) to ensure that Rimba Raya’s activities remain in compliance with this dynamic regulatory landscape. InfiniteEARTH continues to engage with the MOEF and Sistem Registri Nasional Pengendalian Perubahan Iklim (“SRN”), Indonesia’s domestic carbon registry, while the design of Indonesia’s domestic scheme for carbon credit verification under national regulations is finalized.
The Company and InfiniteEARTH view the development of a national carbon policy as an important and positive step for Indonesia, carbon markets, and global climate action. Efforts such as these require time to properly develop and implement. As the timing of carbon credit verification, issuance and delivery from Rimba Raya remains conditional to these events, the Company is withdrawing calendar 2022 guidance as provided on January 18, 2022.
Over the long term and on a company-wide basis, the Company continues to expect to retain on average 15% to 25% of carbon credit revenue (with project-specific retention ranging between 5% and 45% of net revenue) generated from the sale of the carbon credits, subject to fluctuation based on the realized price from carbon credit sales and the specific terms of the stream agreements. Through an ongoing delivery payment under the terms of a stream agreement, a project partner is typically entitled to receive the balance of the net revenue from the sale of carbon credits (i.e. on average 75% to 85%).
The Company continues to pursue a potential listing of its common shares and listed warrants on The Nasdaq Stock Market LLC (the “Nasdaq”). The Company previously announced that it had filed a registration statement Form 40-F (“Form 40-F”) with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission to advance the listing process. The Company continues to engage with U.S. securities regulators in pursuit of the Nasdaq listing. The Company’s common shares continue to trade on the NEO Exchange under the symbol “NETZ”, on the OTCQB under the symbol “OFSTF” and on the FSE under the symbol “M2Q”.
Year-End 2022 Results Conference Call Details
The Company’s management team will host an interactive audio call on Monday, September 26, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. EDT to provide a brief company update. Participants may join by dialing +1 416-764-8658 or toll free from North America at +1 888-886-7786. An audio replay of the conference call will be available on the Company website until 11:59 p.m. EDT until October 10, 2022.
About Carbon Streaming
Carbon Streaming aims to finance a net-zero future. We pioneered the use of streaming transactions, a proven and flexible funding model, to scale high-integrity carbon credit projects to accelerate global climate action and advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This approach aligns our strategic interests with those of project partners to create long-term relationships built on a shared commitment to sustainability and accountability and positions us as a trusted source for buyers seeking high-quality carbon credits.
The Company’s focus is on projects that have a positive impact on the environment, local communities, and biodiversity, in addition to their carbon reduction or removal potential. The Company has carbon credit streams related to over 10 projects around the world, including projects involving nature-based solutions, the distribution of fuel-efficient cookstoves and water filtration devices, sustainable community projects focused on waste avoidance and energy efficiency, and biochar carbon removal.
ON BEHALF OF THE COMPANY:
Justin Cochrane, Chief Executive Officer
Andrea Cheung, VP, Investor Relations
Amy Chambers, Director, Marketing, Communications & Sustainability
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