Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

GeoGlobal Resources Inc. (GGR)

5/17/2006 Proxy Information

On August 29, 2003, pursuant to an agreement dated April 4, 2003 and amended August 29, 2003, we completed a transaction with Mr. Roy and GeoGlobal Resources (India) Inc. (“GeoGlobal India”), a corporation then wholly-owned by Mr. Roy, whereby we acquired from Mr. Roy all of the outstanding capital stock of GeoGlobal India. In exchange for the outstanding capital stock of GeoGlobal India, we issued 34.0 million shares of our Common Stock. Of the 34.0 million shares, 14.5 million shares were issued and delivered to Mr. Roy at the closing of the transaction being August 29, 2003 and an aggregate of 19.5 million shares were held in escrow by an escrow agent. The terms of the escrow provide for the release of the shares upon the occurrence of certain developments relating to the outcome of oil and natural gas exploration and development activities conducted on our KG Block. On August 27, 2004, 14.5 million shares were released to Mr. Roy from escrow upon the actual commencement of a drilling program on the KG Block. The 5.0 million shares remaining in escrow at December 31, 2005 will be released only if a commercial discovery is declared on the KG Block. In addition to our shares of Common Stock, we delivered to Mr. Roy a $2.0 million promissory note in payment of a portion of the purchase price for the capital stock of GeoGlobal India which note has been paid in full. As a consequence of the transaction, Mr. Roy held as of the closing of the transaction, held an aggregate of 34.0 million shares of our outstanding Common Stock, or approximately 69.3% of the shares outstanding, assuming all shares held in escrow are released to him. The terms of the transaction provided that Mr. Roy has the right to vote all the shares during the period they are held in escrow. Accordingly, on the basis of his voting control, Mr. Roy may be deemed to be a “parent” of our company.

On March 27, 2003, GeoGlobal India, one of our wholly owned subsidiaries, entered into a Participating Interest Agreement with Roy Group (Mauritius) Inc. (“RGM”) a company organized under the laws of Mauritius and wholly owned by Mr. Roy, whereby, subject to Government of India consent, GeoGlobal India assigned to RGM, one-half of its original 10% interest under the PSC for the KG Block and its rights under the Carried Interest Agreement with GSPC. Under the terms of the agreement, until the government consent is obtained, GeoGlobal India retains the exclusive right to deal with the other parties to the PSC and the Carried Interest Agreement and is entitled to make all decisions regarding the interest assigned to RGM. and RGM agreed to be bound by and responsible for the actions taken by, obligations undertaken and costs incurred by GeoGlobal India in regard to the RGM interest and to be liable to GeoGlobal India for its share of all costs, interests, liabilities and obligations arising out of or relating to the RGM interest. RGM agreed to indemnify GeoGlobal India against any and all costs, expenses, losses, damages or liabilities incurred by reason of RGM’s failure to pay the same. Subject to obtaining the government consent to the assignment, RGM is entitled to all income, receipts, credits, reimbursements, monies receivable, rebates and other benefits in respect of its 5% interest which relate to the PSC. GeoGlobal India has a right of set-off against sums owing to RGM any sums owing to GeoGlobal India by RGM. In the event that the Indian government consent is delayed or denied resulting in either RGM or GeoGlobal India being denied an economic benefit it would have realized under the agreement, the parties agreed to amend the agreement or take other reasonable steps to assure that an equitable result is achieved consistent with the parties intentions contained in the agreement. In the event the consent is denied, neither party is entitled to assert any claim against the other except as is specifically set forth in the agreement. We have not yet obtained the consent of the Government of India.

RGM further agreed in the Participating Interest Agreement that it would not dispose of any interest in the agreement, its 5% interest, or the shares of RGM without first giving notice to GeoGlobal India of the transaction, its terms, including price, and the identity of the intended assignee and any other material information, and GeoGlobal India has the first right to purchase the interest proposed to be sold on the terms contained in the notice to GeoGlobal India.

On August 29, 2003, we entered into a Technical Services Agreement with Roy Group (Barbados) Inc. (“RGB”), a company organized under the laws of Barbados and wholly owned by Mr. Roy. Under the agreement, RGB agreed to perform such geologic and geophysical duties as are assigned to it by us. The term of the agreement, as amended, extends through December 31, 2007 and continues for successive periods of one year thereafter unless otherwise agreed by the parties or either party has given notice that the agreement will terminate at the end of the term. On January 31, 2006, the terms of the agreement were amended to extend the term of the agreement from August 31, 2006 to December 31, 2007 and amended the annual fee payable from $250,000 to $350,000 effective January 1, 2006. RGB also is reimbursed for authorized travel and other out-of-pocket expenses. The agreement prohibits RGB from disclosing any of our confidential information and from competing directly or indirectly with us for a period ending December 31, 2007 with respect to any acquisition, exploration, or development of any crude oil, natural gas or related hydrocarbon interests within the area of the country of India. The agreement may be terminated by either party on 30 days’ prior written notice, provided, however, the confidentiality and non-competition provisions will survive the termination. RGB received $250,000 from us during 2005 ($250,000 in 2004 and $83,333 in 2003), under the terms of this agreement.

RGB was also reimbursed for medical insurance and expenses, travel, hotel, meals and entertainment expenses, computer costs, and amounts billed to third parties incurred by Mr. Roy during 2005 totaling $175,355. At December 31, 2005, the Company owed RGB $169,181 for services provided and expenses incurred pursuant to the Technical Services Agreement which amount bears no interest and has no set terms of repayment. During the year ended December 31, 2005, D.I. Investments Ltd. a company controlled by Mr. Kent, was paid $120,000 by us for consulting services. The services of Mr. Kent are provided to us pursuant to an oral arrangement. The oral agreement has been amended to provide for an annual fee payable of $185,000 effective January 1, 2006. D.I. Investments Ltd. was also reimbursed $54,062 for office costs, including rent, parking, office supplies and telephone as well as travel, hotel, meals and entertainment expenses of $5,121 incurred throughout 2005. At December 31, 2005, the Company owed D.I. Investments Ltd. $70,309 as a result of services provided and expensed incurred on behalf of the Company.