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24.05.2017 17:29 NRC Group ASA - Acquisitions of own shares

Oslo, 24 May 2017. Reference is made to the announcement made by NRC Group ASA (the "Company"') on 11 May 2017 in connection with its decision to initiate a share buyback program for up to NOK 10 million in the market. The Company has today bought 50.000 shares in the Company through broker at an average price of NOK 55,1186 per share. The Company's total holding of treasury shares after this transaction is 218.165 shares. For further information, please contact: CFO Dag Fladby, telephone: +47 90 89 19 35. This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

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Mandatory Notification of Trade
23.05.2017 14:26 NRC GROUP ASA - APPOINTED TO A CONTRACT IN SWEDEN - SEK 172 MILLION

The Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) has appointed Svensk Järnvägsteknik AB, a company wholly owned by NRC Group ASA, to a contract of track renewal at Alingsås in Sweden. The contract is valued at approximately SEK 172 million, and will involve rail services such as groundwork, track, electro and signal/telecom. The work will commence in June 2017, and the project is scheduled for completion at the latest in November 2018. Closing date for submission of complaints is 10 days from today, and formal contractual signing can take place after this period at the earliest. Oslo, 23. May 2017 For further information, please contact: Øivind Horpestad, CEO of NRC Group, +47 910 00 626. This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act. About NRC Group ASA: NRC Group is a leading contractor within railway infrastructure in Norway and Sweden. The company is a supplier of all track-related infrastructure services, including groundworks, specialized track work, safety, electro, telecom- and signalling systems. The company works within rail, metro, tram segments and close related infrastructure. NRC Group has experienced significant growth since its inception in 2011 and has a vision of becoming the leading Nordic entrepreneur within railway infrastructure. For more information: www.nrcgroup.com

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Inside Information
22.05.2017 09:13 NRC Group ASA - Cancellation of contract

Oslo, 22 July 2017. Reference is made to the stock exchange notice made by NRC Group ASA ("NRC Group" or the "Company") on 27 April 2017 where Trafikverket in Sweden appointed Svensk Järnvägsteknik AB, a company wholly owned by NRC Group, to a contract of changing the signal system on the railway connection between Laxå and Gothenburg in Sweden.

NRC Group has today been informed by Trafikverket that it has cancelled the contract due to procedural error in the tender process and that Trafikverket shortly will re-announce the contract again to the market.

For further information, please contact: Øivind Horpestad, CEO of NRC Group, +47 91 00 06 26.

This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

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Inside Information
18.05.2017 14:02 Disclosure of large shareholding - NRC Group ASA

Urbex Invest AS, a company owned indirectly by Middelborg AS, has on 18 May 2017 purchased 1 675 000 shares in NRC Group ASA according to two forward contracts entered into in November 2016. Simultaneously Urbex Invest has sold 975 000 shares to two counterparties in two new forward contracts. After the purchase and sale, Urbex Invest AS holds 4 407 033 shares in NRC Group ASA, corresponding to 11.1% of the shares and votes in the company. I addition Urbex Invest AS holds forward contracts to purchase further 975 000 shares in NRC Group ASA.

This information is made public according to Section 4-3 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

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Diclosure Requirement
11.05.2017 16:49 NRC Group - Notification of Trade

On 11 May 2017, Charlotte Holding AS entered into a forward contract to purchase 500,000 shares in NRC Group ASA at a price of NOK 60.83 per share. The term of the forward contract expires on 10 November 2017. At the same time, Charlotte Holding AS sold 500,000 shares in NRC Group ASA to the counterparty in the forward contract, at a price of NOK 61.87 per share.

Charlotte Holding AS is wholly owned by Øivind Horpestad, who is the CEO of NRC Group ASA.

Following the sale, Charlotte Holding AS owns 1,928,008 shares in NRC Group ASA, representing approximately 4.88% of the outstanding shares and votes in the company. Inclusive of the shares comprised by the forward contract, Charlotte Holding AS' number of shares and votes are unchanged.

On 11 May 2017, Sora AS entered into a forward contract to purchase 85,000 shares in NRC Group ASA, at a price of NOK 52.40. The term of the forward contract expires on 10 November 2017. At the same time, Sora AS sold 50,000 shares in NRC Group ASA to the counterparty in the forward contract, at a price of NOK 55.50 per share.

Sora AS is wholly owned by Alfred Beck, who is General Counsel of NRC Group ASA.

Following these transactions, Sora AS owns 340,000 shares in NRC Group ASA, representing approximately 0.86% of the outstanding shares and votes in the company.

This notification is made with reference to Sections 4-2 and 4-4 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

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Mandatory Notification of Trade
11.05.2017 08:00 NRC Group ASA initiates new share buyback program

Oslo, 11 May 2017. NRC Group ASA (the "Company") has decided to initiate a new share buyback program for up to NOK 10.0 million in the market. The buyback program will be conducted in accordance with the authorization provided by the Annual General Meeting to the Board of Directors on 3 May 2017.

A total of 150,000 shares were acquired in accordance with the previously buyback program that was initiated on 31 March 2017. The new buyback will be executed according to the market price on the Oslo Stock Exchange. The program will be initiated today and terminated on 30 June 2017, at the latest. The purpose of the share buyback is to position the Company for future acquisitions in which the Company expects that part of the consideration will be settled by consideration shares. Further, the shares purchased under this program can be used for the Company's employee share program.

For further information, please contact: CFO Dag Fladby, telephone: +47 90 89 19 35.

This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

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Acquisition or Disposal of Issuer's Own Shares
11.05.2017 07:00 NRC GROUP - FIRST QUARTER 2017 RESULT REPORT AND PRESENTATION

Acquisitions strengthened position Today, 11 May 2017, NRC Group has released its financial results for the first quarter of 2017. Below you will find a summary and highlights from the report.

The company will present the results at 12.00 CET at Hotel Continental in Stortingsgaten 24/26 in Oslo. The presentation will be held by CEO Øivind Horpestad and CFO Dag Fladby.

Key events: - Adding core competencies by acquiring Norwegian construction company HAG Anlegg AS - Strengthened position in Sweden by acquiring Swedish railway infrastructure company SBB AB - Historically high NTP for Norway proposing NOK 319 billion in rail investments over next 12 years - Increase in tender size in Norwegian market

Key figures (Reported figures ex. HAG and SBB): - Revenues of NOK 340.9 million in Q1 2017 vs NOK 319.8 million in Q1 2016 - EBITDA of NOK 6.0 million in Q1 2017 vs NOK 0.9 million in Q1 2016 - EBITDA margin of 1.8% Q1 2017 vs. 0.3% in Q1 2016 - Order backlog of NOK 1,548 billion

Contract wins: - Appointed to NOK 202 million contract for catenary work at MOI - Egersund rail track - Appointed to SEK 89 million contract for ground and track related work at Hamnbanan - Unannounced orders of NOK 189 million

Comments on first quarter 2017 results:

NRC Group delivered a satisfying quarter with revenue reflecting the normal seasonal fluctuation. Revenue was NOK 340.9 million in the quarter, which is an increase of 6.6% compared with the first quarter of 2016. EBITDA was NOK 6.0 million, compared with NOK 0.9 million in same period last year. This equalled an EBITDA margin of 1.8% (0.3%).

Order intake for the first quarter amounted to NOK 487 million and the backlog was NOK 1,548 million at the end of March.

NRC Group has initiated an adjustment to the workforce in NRC Rail AS to increase focus on project management capabilities, and harmonise the group's organisational and business structure.

Two acquisitions were announced late in the quarter, in line with NRC Group's strategy of building competencies as a turnkey railway entrepreneur and to consolidate the market for rail, tram and metro construction services.

In Norway, NRC Group agreed to acquire HAG Anlegg AS. HAG provides construction work and project- and site management within transport and infrastructure, specializing in surface work and concrete constructions. HAG's project management expertise will complement NRC Group and enable the group to undertake larger and more complex projects also simultaneously. The acquisition strengthens NRC Group's tendering position towards Oslo's NOK 3 billion road and tram upgrade program. In April, Geir Nilsen, the current CEO of HAG, has been appointed Managing Director for NRC Norway.

In Sweden, NRC Group agreed to take over the railway infrastructure and signal company Signal & Banbyggarna i Dalarna Aktiebolag (SBB). The acquisition improves the competitiveness of the Swedish operations and widens the geographical footprint to include Stockholm, Skåne and Northern Sweden, adding to NRC Group's already established position in the regions of Karlstad and Gothenburg. The combined NRC Group and SBB will be well positioned to participate in the new transport package for the central Stockholm requiring about SEK 25 billion of investments. The CEO of SBB, Pär Opard, will become a member of the Swedish management.

The full-year 2017 revenue of the two acquisitions is estimated to approximately NOK 500 million.

NRC Group initiated a share buy-back program of up to NOK 10 million to be executed in accordance with the mandate provided by the 2016 AGM over the period from 31 March to 30 June 2017. The acquired treasury shares may be used as consideration shares for acquisitions and for the company's employee share program. It is NRC Group's ambition over time to distribute a dividend of minimum 30% of the profit for the year, subject to a satisfactory underlying financial performance. A dividend of NOK 0.80 per share for 2016 was approved at the Annual General Meeting 3 May 2017. The positive investment outlook for the Nordic railway is supported by strong macro trends and political commitment. The National Transport Plan for the next 12-year period in Sweden and Norway reaffirms the political commitment to increased spending on railway investments. NRC Group remains committed to its strategy to consolidate the market and deliver organic and acquired growth in coming years.

The first quarter 2017 result report and result presentation can be found attached and will be made available on the company's homepage: www.nrcgroup.no.

For further information, please contact Dag Fladby, Chief Financial Officer, NRC Group ASA on tel: +47 90 89 19 35.

About NRC Group:

NRC Group is a leading contractor within railway infrastructure in Norway and Sweden. The company is a supplier of all track-related infrastructure services, including groundworks, specialized track work, safety, electro, telecom- and signalling systems. The company works within rail, metro, tram segments and close related infrastructure.

NRC Group has experienced significant growth since its inception in 2011 and has a vision of becoming the leading Nordic entrepreneur within railway infrastructure.

For more information: www.nrcgroup.no

This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

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Financial Reports
09.05.2017 09:29 NRC Group - Invitation to presentation of the first quarter 2017 results

NRC Group ASA will release its first quarter 2017 results Thursday 11 May at 07.00 AM (CET).

The company will present the results at 12.00 CET at Hotel Continental in Stortingsgaten 24/26 in Oslo. The presentation will be held by CEO Øivind Horpestad and CFO Dag Fladby.

The financial report and the presentation document will be made available under the company's ticker "NRC" on www.newsweb.no and on the company's homepage: www.nrcgroup.no.

Lunch will be served. To attend, please register with ca@dnb.no.

This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.

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Financial Reports
04.05.2017 08:50 Ex utbytte NOK 0.80 i dag

Aksjene i NRC Group ASA noteres ex utbytte NOK 0.80 fra og med i dag, 04.mai 2017.

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Ex. Dividend
04.05.2017 08:50 Ex dividend NOK 0.80 today

The shares in NRC Group ASA will be traded ex dividend NOK 0.80 as from today, 04 May 2017.

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Ex. Dividend