Ranhill WorleyParsons General Presentation

26-Feb-13 26-Feb-13

Complete Asset Services

Company Overview

Organized into four Customer Sector Groups:

Infrastructure & Environment
Coastal & Marine Water & Wastewater Transport Environment

Power
Advanced Coal Coal Gas Turbine Based Power Plants Nuclear Renewable Energy Transmission Networks

Minerals & Metals
Base Metals Coal Chemicals & Fertilizers Ferrous Metals Alumina Aluminium Iron Ore Gas Cleaning

Hydrocarbons
Upstream Fixed Offshore Production Facilities Floating & Deepwater Solutions Offshore Pipelines & Subsea Systems Onshore Pipelines & Receiving Terminals Onshore Oil & Gas Production Facilities Heavy Oil & Oil Sands LNG Downstream Refining & Petrochemicals Sulphur Management Specialty Chemicals

HSE Performance WorleyParsons’ operational integrity framework. defining how we work Across the delivery chain – Engineering. Procurement & Construction – to achieve our zero harm goal .

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safety and environmental performance Success in project delivery – large and small Focus on long term contracts and asset based services EcoNomics™ – delivering profitable sustainability .What Differentiates WorleyParsons Committed empowered and technically capable people Comprehensive geographic presence Outstanding operational and corporate performance Industry leadership in health.

WorleyParsons Organization CEO John Grill Company Secretary Peter Janu Agility Craig Reeves Executive Committee Group Managing Director – Operations Stuart Bradie Group Managing Director – Development lain Ross Group Managing Director – Delivery Dave Steele Group Managing Director – People Barry Bloch South East Asia / China Denis Lucey Brunei Indonesia Malaysia Singapore Thailand Vietnam China Mongolia .

000 China – 1.600 Africa .650 New Zealand .600 Australia – 6.Global Reach Canada – 7.750 Europe – 2.800 employees |143 offices | 43 countries .600 Middle East – 2.900 USA – 5.350 36.950 SE Asia – 3.300 Latin America .

Office .Ranhill WorleyParsons Kuala Lumpur .

2008. Since 1995.      Seven locations in Malaysia. Systems and Processes WorleyParsons.s this JV since established in 1995. In Malaysia since late 80. 49% WorleyParsons Essentially (100%) WorleyParsons operation all Management. . JV required to secure Petronas license to work in the local Malaysia market. 51% Ranhill. ISO 9001.

Kuala Lumpur.A and M. the City  One of the most modern cities in Asia          Offices near to the PETRONAS Twin Towers.KLIA Excellent ICT infrastructure Central Geographically to the S. located at KLCC Excellent city infrastructure: modern airport .E offices Low cost of living Excellent Medical International Schooling Good Infrastructure Politically stable LRT and .E.

5 Floors.000 sqft per floor Both discipline and Project Task force approaches Regional Management Technical Safety Group – SRM        INTERMARK  Floating System. Subsea Group INTECSEA . 155ksqft Intermark.KL Offices  SUNWAY TOWER (STII) Operate from 3 offices in City Centre STII.750 sq ft. Approx 12. 55ksqft RKT. 18. 3 floors. 13 Floors.

Typical Floor Layout STII .

Typical Floor Layout Intermark .

RWP Offices MALAYSIA .

Ranhill WorleyParsons Management Organization Chief Executive Officer Roni Adrian Finance Manager Wong Kieng Chuong Human Resource Manager Rashdan Yaacob QA/QC Manager Jeothish Babu Legal Counsel Low Peng Peng Chief Operating Officer John Etherington HSE Manager Mohd Hadzir Mohd Said Senior Manager Projects East Malaysia Operation Delivery (M.P) Stale Buri Donald Macleod East Coast Operation Nik Mohd Naser HSE Officer Ahmad Shukri Manager of Engineering *Special Projects Director BD / Proposal Manager Grant Hulme Andrew Chan Ammeran Mad Technical Assurance Manager Prime Contracts Admin Mike Martin IT Manager Mahmood Salim Geoff Green Capital Estimating Allan Fiddler Procurement Manager Project Services Manager Mustafa Aziz Aniruddha Nagnur Commissioning Manager * SPD – Special Projects Director (Turnaround. Alliance Contracts) Alan Disley Date : 18th Jan 2012 . Maintenance.O.

000 – 180.Manpower  Approx total of 1.000 per month).000+ in AME and 7.651 personnel in Malaysia and growing  Very Stable workforce – 70% Permanent Employees  6% expat  15% regional  79% local  Accessibility to WorleyParsons’ worldwide resources of which 8.0 Million hours per year (160. man .000+ in ANZ  Current man power availability KL approx 2.

2011) (Organic Growth since 2004) 2000 1800 1700 Number of Employees 1600 1400 1300 1200 1000 934 754 599 627 1139 1165 Employees 1600 800 600 400 200 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 .Staff Growth Malaysia STAFF POPULATION GROWTH (2004 .

A INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT .KL Office Kuala Lumpur SELECT/CONCEPT FEED EXECUTE & DETAIL EPCM PROCUREMENT SUBSEA SYSTEMS SRM SAFETY & RISK MATERIALS & CORROSION INTECSEA PREDOMINENTLY UPSTREAM HYDROCARBONS BOTH BROWNFIELD AND GREENFIELD FIXED OFFSHORE FACILITIES (TOPSIDES & JACKETS) FLOAT OVERS (TOPSIDES & JACKETS) MINIMAL/UNMANNED OFFSHORE (TOPSIDES & JACKETS) ONSHORE PRODUCTION FACILITIES FLOATING FACILITIES REFINING SUBSEA PIPELINES FLOATING PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL EIA R.

(ALL SBB OFFSHORE ASSETS) MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING INTEGRITY RESTORATION CONTRACT MANAGEMENT PROCUREMENT PREDOMINENTLY UPSTREAM HYDROCARBONS PLANNING/SCHEDULING BARGE OPS BINTULU SARAWAK BROWNFIELD/IMPROVE DOWNSTREAM HYDROCARBONS/CHEMICALS MALAYSIA LNG.MIRI / BINTULU MIRI SARAWAK FEED DETAIL DESIGN PROCUREMENT SHELL (SSB) M.S.C/I.R. SHELL MDS.E. ABF KOTA KINABALU DETAIL DESIGN IMPROVE UPSTREAM HYDROCARBONS .

.Kerteh / Kuantan KERTEH FEED DETAIL DESIGN CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS IMPROVE EPCM CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT REGULATORY APPROVALS HVE KUANTAN MELAKA FEED DETAIL DESIGN CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS IMPROVE EPCM CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT REGULATORY APPROVALS HVE PREDOMINENTLY UPSTREAM & DOWNSTREAM HYDROCARBONS. SOME M&M. PREDOMINENTLY DOWNSTREAM HYDROCARBONS. REFINING AND CHEMICALS.

KL Operation  Centre of excellence and major Upstream Hydrocarbons delivery hub for South East Asia.    . One of two WorleyParsons Global Hubs for MEGA Decks. Australia. Concept. America with the advantage of a competitive cost to clients.s and FLNG. Floating Production Facilities. Project Delivery Quality of Europe. for Greenfield and Brownfield Projects.Field Development. Predominantly Upstream . Middle East and Asia Pacific. FEED and Detail Design. FPSO.

Heavy Lift and Float Over Installations. Covering minimal facilities. including Jack-up Installed. Wellheads. Africa and SEA.KL Operation  WorleyParsons’ Project Management and Project Delivery Tools as employed globally.90 concurrent projects. EMSv3.    Approximately 80 . . Middle East . CPP’s and LQ’s. with average of 3-5 large ( > 150K Mnhrs) projects at anyone time.OneWay) Significant Topsides and Jacket Design Capability and Experience. (WPMP. Projects in Europe.

. – – – – – – – Bien Dong FEED and Detail Design for PV ONGC B193 Zawtika Lan Do Vietnam for BP Liwan 3.KL Operation  Exemplary Workshare Track Record – KL supporting or Leading Projects for other WorleyParsons offices.1 Development for Husky Oil Canada Jasmine for CoP North SEA Resource Support to other Regional and International locations.

. and the KL Detail Design ( EPC support) track record and capability  Cross posting of Key Project Management and Technical Resources. Established a cooperation/collaboration agreement with Perth office in pursuit of world class projects. capability and track record.  Leveraging off the Perth Front End . FEED expertise.

Global Reach UK-North Sea Bulgaria Beijing Iran Houston Qatar Sudan Saudi Arabia UAE India Myanmar Hong Kong Perth .

Rasgas. . PETRONAS. IOEC. ADMA OPCO. HHI. ZADCO. Petrovietnam. SMOE. COP. Detail Design 70%  International Clients. and International major EPC Contractors. QP. OPQL . etc. BG. ExxonMobil. are NOC’s. BP. SIME.  SHELL.KL Operation  Client base currently 50% local and 50% International  On a Man Hours basis currently FEED 30%. IOC’s. MMHE. Husky. ONGC.

M.O. Current/Recent Detail Design Engineering in support of EPC Contractors includes.  HHI for Barzan Rasgas  HHI for FEED Validation Inpex Ichthys  HHI for SSB Malakai  HHI for ZADCO UZ 750 EPC-1  MMHE for EMEPMI Tapis  SIME for ONGC B-193  SIME for PETRONAS Kumang  S.E for PTTEP Zawtika  PTSC for Bien Dong  DSME/SHI for Woodside Browse .

8 : Conventional lift / Heavy lift : Modular : Float over  Typical Water Depths: 12 MTR – 140 MTR .500– 9.000 – 22.000 MT/1500-5000MT : 4.KL Operation Conventional Fixed Leg Platforms  CPP’s Topsides Jacket / Pile No of Legs Installation : 7.000 MT : 1. 6.

KL Operation Conventional Fixed Leg Platforms  Minimal facilities  Topsides  Jackets / Piles  Installation : 200 – 600 MT : Tarpon 300 MT/ 500 MT : Tripod 400 – 600 MT/400-600MT : Conventional Derrick Barge : Jack up Installed  Conventional Well Heads (6 – 32 Slot)  Topside  Jacket / Piles  Installation : 700 – 2200 MT : 1000-2000 MT/ 1000-2000 MT : Topsides Derrick Barge Lift : Jacket Lifted or Launched .

Typical Project Size 000. Manhours 500 350 150 50 15 MINOR SMALL AVERAGE LARGE MAJOR .

D’s Project Engineer D.O Manager of Projects Project Services Manager QA Manager HSE Manager Project Manager Project Sponsor Project Controller Engineering Manager Technical Assurance M. 1) .O.E.C Lead Engineer Lead Engineer Lead Engineer Engineering / Design Team Date : 17th June 2010 (Rev.C.Functional Organisation For Project Execution C.

SPRD .Design Tools    PDMS – V12.3-D Plant Design .Sp5 3-D Plant Design Management System PDS SP Autoplant 3-D Plant Design Management System SPPID. SPEL.I Datasheet      E-Marian BOCAD X-Steel In-tools Microstation 2D Procurement and Engineering Database Suite 3-D Structural Detailing Package 3-D Structural Detailing Package Instrumentation Design PID . SPI. SPM.PID  .Cable Scheduler . SP Marine.

Spectral & Deterministic) Pipeline Steady State Simulator for Multiphase Lines   OLGA Dynamic Simulation .Design Tools     Compress & PVElite Aspen B-JAC Coade Tank STAAD III Pressure Vessel Design and Analysis Heat Exchanger Design Design of Storage Tank Civil/Structural Design Analysis (Offshore Structures) and Engineering Dynamic SACS Structural Frames  Caps  SACS Pipesim Advance Structural Analysis (Static/Dynamics.

Design Tools   CEASAR II EDSA and Hyena OSCAR Office Network Advanced Dynamic/Static Pipe Stress Analysis Powerful Electrical Software for Short Circuit Network Analysis Firewater Network Analysis Lauch/Transportation Analysis Novell and Group wise on Windows    .

Process Piping SmartPlant Foundation ( SPF) Instrumentation & Control Electrical Electrical Engineering & Design Instrumentation Engineering & Design Process Engineering Piping & Instrumentation Engineering & Design Aspen Basic Engineering [Zyqad] SmartPlant P&ID [SPPID] SmartPlant Instrumentation [SPI] SmartPlant Electrical [SPEL] SmartPlant Foundation Data Warehouse Progress Management Design Review Specifications Management Materials Management InControl Review Intergraph SP3D/PDS AVEVA PDMS Engineering & Design SmartPlant Reference Data [SPRD] SmartPlant Materials [SPM] Engineering Design Progress Materials Management Procurement Project Controls Drawing Progress Multi-Discipline Design Microstation / Autocad (Piping / Mechanical / Civil / Structural / Instrumentation & Controls / Electrical) Drawing Production .

Codes and Standards  Familiar and have used/are using all International Codes and Standards. including but not limited to: International ACI ISA AWS AWWA HI ASHRAE ANSI ASCE AS API MS IEEE NACE NFPA ABS OCIMF CEN MSS EEMUA DNV NORSOK DIN TEMA NEMA JIS   Client DEP (SHELL) PTS (PETRONAS) CoP BP BG  EMEPMI GP (GLOBAL) GENERAL PRACTISE GS (LOCAL) GENERALSPECIFICATIONS ISO ASME ASTM BS ITU IEC .

Review.EDMS  Customized Microsoft SharePoint Portal for Document Control. Red Line Mark Up and return. Implemented on major Projects with multiple location involvement – (examples are: Bien Dong and B193. Zawtika. Barzan etc) Issuing Deliverables for Comment.   .

EDMS  Features Alert & task reminders on the outstanding tasks / actions. Accessible from the global network Reduces hard copy document storage / paperless system Reduces reliance on manual paper processing which can result in inefficiencies when executing the business processes    .

 Malaysian Office backbone Network Equipment mostly by Cisco products that ensure stability.ICT Configuration  MPLS link between all WorleyParsons offices Worldwide. quality and reliability  FTP (File Transfer Protocol) to allow clients to access deliverables via an individual User ID/password with appropriate access rights. .  VPN Connection provided in order to reach and access WorleyParsons Domain and Network while working outside of the office and domain.

Multi Function Printer (Printer.ICT Configuration  Data Protection and Backup System well maintained through a Disaster Recovery Program centralized at Kuala Lumpur Office Staff are provided with High Spec. Dell Workstation.   . Copier and Scanner) All Ranhill WorleyParsons and WorleyParsons networks are protected by Microsoft Forefront Antivirus. of appropriate functionality and laser printing facility.

Malaysia Network Connectivity KUALA LUMPUR (Sunway Tower II) Kemaman CISCO2821 G0/1 CISCO2811 DMZ Mb p s VPN 2 IPSEC ADSL) (TM Bintulu PIX515E-Inside CISCO6505E IPSEC VPN 2Mbps (TM ADSL) PIX515E-Outside CISCO2811 10 M bps (VD SL) CISCO2811 F0/0 Internet VDSL 10mb Kerteh CISCO2811 F0/0 SO FP ps b 1G 2M bps ) (TM CISCO2621 Kuantan KUALA LUMPUR (Menara RKT) (T 1 im 0 M eD b OT ps co m ) CISCO2811 CISCO3750 Global WorleyParsons / Reliance Private IP Service 2 Mb M) ps(T 2 Mb Miri ps(T M) CISCO2811 .

including package items. inspection services.Procurement Services  WorleyParsons in KL has a well established and proven procurement capability. Contracting a wide variety of third party services. including construction labour for all disciplines. heat exchangers. compressors. vessels.   . heaters. pumps. It is supported by other WorleyParsons’ procurement offices worldwide. electrical and instrument. piping and valves and other bulk items. freight forwarding etc. Procured wide range of equipment. tanks.

logistics coordination etc. expediting. Materials Management / Control    . evaluation.Procurement Services  Market Survey. Pre-screening. award recommendation Post PO management – KOM. Pre-qualification Pre PO management – ITB / RFQ. field inspections. QC coordination.

Asian Work Culture Responsive to Schedule Driven Projects     KL 2.at a glance  Commercially Competitive Track record of successful Lump Sum and Reimbursable Project Delivery. and growing .In Summary .0 Million Man hours per year capacity. Very High Productivity.

Technical M.In Summary . Regional and International) NIOC . Managers.     . Extensive Green Field and Brown Field Project Delivery Experience 80% Local Permanent work force. stable. low attraction. Australia. USA. Lead’s and Senior Engineers UK.O.D’s. Canada educated. IOC’s and EPC Contractors Preferred location for Lump Sum Engineering to International EPC Contractors.at a glance  Blue chip repeat Clients (Local.

at a glance  English language (written and spoken) is the first language within the office.    . Premavera. Secure High Speed ICT Communications. PDMS. SPF etc) … Leader in some areas.In Summary . InControl. Systems. Tools (WPMS. EMSV3. Completely aligned WorleyParsons project delivery Process. SEA and Australia. PDS. Workable Time Zone to Middle East India.

   . FLNG Modern Grade A office facilities in a politically stable/secure country with excellent infrastructure. FPSO . Middle East. Australia. Wellheads. Europe. African. India. Exemplary track record of delivering concept.at a glance  Global experience. FEED and Detail Design projects for conventional fixed leg facilities as well as float over installations across the complete spectrum of offshore facilities. Minimal facilities. Global hub for MEGA Decks. communications and standard of living.In Summary . NorthSea. CPP’s and LQ’s Collaboration with Perth in pursuit of world class projects. SEA.

COMPRESSION – DEHYDRATION – SEPARATION – PRODUCED WATER TREATMENT – CONDENSATE STABILISATION JUNE 2011 to MAY 2012   INSTALLATION FACILITIES : :  SCHEDULE : . PHASE 1A PTTEPI / SMOE 2011/2012 GULF OF MOATTAMA.ZAWTIKA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PHASE 1 A       PROJECT NAME : CLIENT : YEAR : FIELD LOCATION : WATER DEPTH : SOW : ZAWTIKA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT.500 MT  Flare boom cantilevered on east of platform  One 100m bridge (to Wellhead Platform) Earthquake and cyclone area. Topsides 14. Jacket 14.000MT. MYANMAR 138M DETAILED DESIGN AND FOLLOW-ON ENGINEERING  ZPQ Process Platform with integrated Living Quarters (128 men).

ZAWTIKA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PHASE 1 A B-193 – AP (Wellhead + CPP) .

ZAWTIKA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PHASE 1 A B-193 – AP (Wellhead + CPP) .

ZAWTIKA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PHASE 1 A B-193 – AP (Wellhead + CPP) .

ZAWTIKA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PHASE 1 A B-193 – AP (Wellhead + CPP) .

000 MT  HT-WHP – Jacket 6.400MT  MT-WHP incl 24 man LQ – Jacket 6. VIETNAM 140m FEED AND DETAILED DESIGN PQP incl 70 man LQ – Jacket 11.500MT      YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW:  INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES: FLOAT-OVER for PQP and LIFTS for WHP’s DEHYDRATION – SEPARATION – COMPRESSION – GAS EXPORT-CONDENSATE OFFLOADING .000MT – Topsides 12.Bien Dong 1 Project  PROJECT NAME:  CLIENT: BIEN DONG 1 PROJECT BIEN DONG PETROLEUM OPERATING COMPANY 2009/10 Hai Thach. Moc Tinh.000MT – Topsides 2.600MT – Topsides 2.

Bien Dong 1 Project .

Bien Dong 1 Project .

000 MT B-193-A-F HP Flare Platform  B 193-LLP Flare Bridge Tripod  Associated 2 no’s of Bridges INSTALLATION : INDIA.500MT.000 MT B-193-A Q Living Quarters and Utilities Platform (70 men) – Jacket 4. about 4m occurs twice daily.000MT – Topsides 7.s 1st FLOAT-OVER. B-193-A-P and B-193-A-Q.e.B-193 PROCESS PLATFORM PROJECT       PROJECT NAME : B-193 PROCESS PLATFORM PROJECT CLIENT : ONGC/SIME YEAR : 2010/11 FIELD LOCATION : HEERA-PANNA-BASSEIN BLOCK WATER DEPTH : 70M SOW : FEED AND DETAILED DESIGN B-193-A-P Well cum Process Platform. Topsides 12. i. Extreme tide variations. FACILITIES : COMPRESSION – DEHYDRATION – SEPARATION – GAS EXPORTGSU & ACID DISPOSAL UNIT SCHEDULE : JUNE 2010 to APRIL 2011    . Jacket 5.

B-193 PROCESS PLATFORM PROJECT .

B-193 PROCESS PLATFORM PROJECT .

B-193 PROCESS PLATFORM PROJECT .

B-193 PROCESS PLATFORM PROJECT .

Barzan Offshore Project     PROJECT NAME: CLIENT: YEAR: FILED LOCATION:  WATER DEPTH:  SOW:      BARZAN OFFSHORE PROJECT HHI. NORTH EAST 80KM FROM RAS LAFFAN 65M EPIC Gas Pipeline: 178.2 Km (3 Lines) Subsea Cable: 98.7 Bscfpd  INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES: Single lift 3 WH Platforms (15 Slots) .8 Km (4 Lines) MEG Pipeline: 108.840 Tons)/Plus 32 LQ Total 1. for RASGAS COMPANY LIMITED 2011 NORTH FIELD.4 Km (5 Lines) WHP Topside: 3 off (2.

Barzan Offshore Project .

Barzan Offshore Project .

Barzan Offshore Project .

Tapis EOR and Rejuvenation Project  PROJECT NAME:  CLIENT: Tapis EOR and Rejuvenation Project ExxonMobil Exploration & Production Malaysia Inc.600MT  Brown Filed of 4 production Facilities and 2 satellites – Modifications to allow WAG and to convert platforms to become Satellites to CPP. Power Generation. (EMEPMI) 2010 66m FEED and IFB (Issue for Bid Package) 22.  Jacket – 6.000 MT CPP – Facilities Platform for WAG (Water Alternate Gas). etc.000MT  Riser Platform – 2. 145 POB LQ. Water Treatment and Injection system. Comprising Compression.   YEAR:  WATER DEPTH:  SOW:  INSTALLATION: Float Over for CPP and Construction Barge for Brown Field .

GuA Crude PM9 .Tapis EOR Pipelines and Submarine Cables Network Gas TaC .TaA Tapis F Tapis B Tapis Q Legend: Full Well Stream Gas Injection Water Injection Submarine Cable MOL Existing NAG Line Existing WI Line Existing GI Line Existing Submarine Cable Redesignated Line Tapis E Crude TaP .TaP .TaQ Tapis D Fuel Gas IBA .BeC Tapi s Tapis A C Tapi s R WI TaB .TCOT Tapis P Gas GuE .

Tapis EOR and Rejuvenation Project .

Tapis EOR and Rejuvenation Project .

Tapis EOR and Rejuvenation Project .

store LNG in two Floating Storage Units and vaporize the LNG at the Regasification Unit on the island jetty. This unique approach enables LNG Regasification facilities to be built quicker than conventional onshore terminals. Natural gas will be transferred via a new sub-sea pipeline into Malaysia’s Peninsular Gas Utilization Network. Capacity of 3. and blends onshore and offshore technologies/design considerations.LNG Re Gas Facility       PROJECT NAME: CLIENT: YEAR: CONTRACT TYPE: SOW: Stage 1 SOW Stage 2 LNG Re Gas Facility PETRONAS Gas Berhad 2011 Alliance EPCIC FEED design competition EPCIC      This LNG Regasification facility is the first of its kind.8 Million TPA. . The facility is designed to import LNG.

LNG Re Gas Facility .

000MT 3-off WHP’s  INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES: FLOAT-OVER for CSP1.800 MT – Topsides 8.000 MT CP1 (Compression) – Jacket 2.000MT UAP (Utilities) – Jacket 1.000 MT – Topsides 14.800 MT – Topsides 8.Umm Shaif Gas Injection Facilities  PROJECT NAME:      CLIENT: YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW: UMM SHAIF GAS INJECTION FACILITIES (ADMA OPCO) HHI (EPC) 2006 ARABIAN GULF 14m ADVANCED FEED / DETAILED DESIGN     CSP1 (Separation) – Jacket 1. CP1 & UAT TEG DEHYDRATION – SEPARATION – COMPRESSION .

Umm Shaif Gas Injection Facilities CSP1 SAIL-OUT .

Umm Shaif Gas Injection Facilities CSP1 SAIL-OUT .

000 MT .700 MT – Topsides 18.Topsides 2.400MT  INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES: FLOAT-OVER and MODULAR DESIGN CONSIDERED for CPP TEG DEHYDRATION – SEPARATION – COMPRESSION .Kumang Cluster Development       PROJECT NAME: CLIENT: YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW: KUMANG CLUSTER PETRONAS CHARIGALI SDN BHD (PCSB) 2007 SARAWAK OFFSHORE 70m FEED / DETAILED DESIGN   CPP – Jacket 4.000 MT 2-off Drilling Platforms –Jacket 2.

Kumang Cluster Development PDMS Snapshot .

Salman Offshore Development       PROJECT NAME: CLIENT: YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW: SALMAN OFFSHORE DEVELOPMENT (PEDCO) SADRA-SAFF (EPC) 2003 ARABIAN GULF 16m DETAILED DESIGN
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KPP (Separation) – Jacket 2,500 MT – Topsides 6,000 MT GLP (Gas Lift) – Jacket 1,700 MT – Topsides 2,000MT LQ (Living Quarters) – Jacket 1,700 MT – Topsides 2,000MT 3-off WHP’s

 INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES:

FLOAT-OVER and MODULAR LIFTS CONSIDERED TEG DEHYDRATION – SEPARATION – COMPRESSION – GAS LIFT

Salman Offshore Development KPP SAIL-Away

NRPOD Tapti Expansion Project  PROJECT NAME:  CLIENT: NRPOD TAPTI EXPANSION PROJECT British Gas Exploration & Production India Limited (BGEPIL) 2006 OFFSHORE MUMBAI 30m DETAILED DESIGN + PROCURE ASSISTANCE
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YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW:

TCPP (Process) – Jacket 1,200 MT – Topsides 7,500 MT MTA (Wellhead) – Jacket MT – Topsides 2,000MT Flare Platform (Bridge Linked) Brownfield Tie-in’s Subsea Interfield & Export Pipelines Subsea PLEM – Tie-in to Existing Export Line

 INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES:

MODULAR LIFTS TEG DEHYDRATION – SEPARATION AND COMPRESSION

TCPP .NRPOD Tapti Expansion Project .

MTA .NRPOD Tapti Expansion Project .

NRPOD Tapti Expansion Project – Flare Tower .

NRPOD Tapti Expansion Project – Subsea PLEM .

Moorings and Risers (HM&R) Shallow Water Offshore Fixed Platform – Jacket 20.Liwan 3-1 Development      PROJECT NAME: CLIENT: YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: LIWAN 3-1 DEVELOPMENT PROJECT Husky Oil China Limited (HOCL) 2009 SOUTH CHINA SEA 1500m (Subsea Tie-bac 200m (Shallow Water Platform) FEED  SOW: Subsea Completion / Tie-back Hull.000 MT Subsea Pipelines Onshore Gas Plant Facilities    INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES: FLOATOVER MEG DEHYDRATION+REGENERATION WITH SEPARATION AND COMPRESSION .000 MT – Topsides 18.

Conceptual Development Scheme .Liwan 3-1 .

Liwan 3-1 .Shallow Water Host Platform .

Liwan 3-1 .Shallow Water Host Platform .

000 MT  JRP (Riser Jacket) FEL 3 – Jacket 7.000 MT  JWHP (Wellhead Jacket) DD – Jacket 7.K Limited 2009/2010 NORTH SEA 80 m FEL2. FEL 3 (FEED) AND DETAILED DESIGN JLQ (Accommodation Platform) FEL 3 – Jacket 3.800 MT   INSTALLATION: HEAVY LIFT CRANE BARGE .500 MT – Topsides 3.Jasmine Development Project       PROJECT NAME: CLIENT: YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW: JASMINE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ConocoPhillips Petroleum Company U.

Selected JLQ Accommodation Platform Electrical and Instrumentation. AFC by end of Dec (currently in DD stage). comprising an Integrated deck. HVAC.KL Scope JLQ Accommodation Platform and Helideck. bridges – London scope JRP (Judy RP) JWHP (Jasmine WHP) JWHP – DETAILED DESIGN Jacket and Piles JWHP Jacket works accelerated. PDMS. Jacket and Piles Stage FEL 3 Existing Judy Platform Topside scopes Architectural.Jasmine Development Project . Structural. JRP FEL 3 Jacket and Piles *Both bridges – London scope .

Jasmine Development Project .

000MT PS-1M ACCOMMODATION PLATFORM Occidental Petroleum of Qatar Ltd FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW: DETAILED DESIGN  INSTALLATION: FACILITIES: SINGLE MODULAR LIFT 169-MAN LQ ACCOMMODATION .PS-1M Accommodation Platform  PROJECT NAME: CLIENT: YEAR: 2006 ARABIAN GULF 30m LQ (Living Quarters) – Jacket 350 MT – Topsides 2.

PS-1M Accommodation Platform .

PS-1M Accommodation PLATFORM .

Bayu Undan . Esso Production Malaysia Inc .Detail design.38 to 55 man LQ .Lan Tay Lan Do .75 man LQ .FEED Brunei Shell Petroleum .FEED BP .60 man LQ .Conceptual + Costing Murphy Oil Company Ltd .Detail design Japan Vietnam Petroleum . Qatar Armed Forces .Goodwyn A .108 man LQ .Rang Dong .FEED Husky Energy .96 man temporary LQ .82 man LQ .FEED.Larut-A .Detail design.Liwan 3-1 AFD .70 man plus 20 man LQs . Esso Production Malaysia Inc Lawit-A .35 man LQ . Esso Production Malaysia Inc Lawit-A .Champion 07 .240 man LQ .FEED BP China Yacheng Y13 .Seligi-A .F6 . Esso Production Malaysia Inc .Detail design.24 man temporary LQ . ConocoPhilips .Detail design. Esso Production Malaysia Inc Guntong-D .FEED / Detail design / Construction Woodside Offshore Petroleum Pty Ltd .172 man LQ .60 man LQ FEED.Guntong-A .168 man permanent LQ . Esso Production Malaysia Inc Guntong-D .Detail design.Detail design. Esso Production Malaysia Inc . Phillips Petroleum .70 man LQ .122 man permanent LQ .FEED / Detail Design .14 man LQ .FEED Total E&P Lybia .71 man LQ .110 man LQ .FEED Vietnam Oil and Gas Group .Al-Jurf .80 man LQ .Bien Dong 1 Project .Jasmine Fiedl North Sea .80 man LQ .Detail design.Living Quarters Project Reference List Sarawak Shell Berhad .Detail design.

CAPACITY : 600MMSCFD/ 500MMSCFD GAS EACH WHP TOPSIDE LOADOUT WGT : ~ 3300 MT EACH WHP FSP DECK LOADOUT WGT : ~ 220 MT EACH FSP WHP JACKETS ALREADY INSTALLED BY OTHERS  INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES: Topsides Lifting Condensates & Freewater Separation. Oily Water Treatment C/W Utilities Not Normally Manned C/W Shelter For 6 .South Pars Gas Field Development Project Phase 12 – FEED & Detail Design  PROJECT NAME: PROJECT  CLIENT:  YEAR:  PROJECT DURATION SOUTH PARS GAS FIELD DEVELOPMENT (PHASE 12 OFFSHORE) IRANIAN OFFSHORE ENGRG & CONSTRUCTION (IOEC) 2008 – 2010 ~ 20 MONTHS  FIELD LOCATION:  WATER DEPTH:  SOW: ARABIAN GULF 65 m – 70 m DETAILED DESIGN & PROC’MENT SUPPORT  SPD12A/ 12B/ 12C : MAIN WHP BRIDGE-LINK TO FLARE TRIPOD  DESIGN/OP.

South Pars Gas Field Development Project Phase 12 – FEED & Detail Design  TYPICAL SP12 WHP & FLARE TRIPOD 26/02/2013 .

South Pars Gas Field Development Project Phase 17/18 – FEED & Detail Design  PROJECT NAME: PROJECT  CLIENT:  YEAR:  PROJECT DURATION  FIELD LOCATION:  WATER DEPTH: SOUTH PARS GAS FIELD DEVELOPMENT (PHASE 17/18 OFFSHORE) IRANIAN OFFSHORE ENGRG & CONSTRUCTION (IOEC) 2008 – 2010 ~ 20 MONTHS ARABIAN GULF 60 m – 70 m  SOW: SUPPORT FEED / DETAILED DESIGN & PROC’MENT  SPD23 & SPD24 :MAIN WHP BRIDGE-LINK TO FLARE TRIPOD  SPD25 & SPD26 :SATELITE WHP BRIDGE-LINK TO FLARE TRIPOD  DESIGN/OP. Oily Water Treatment C/W Utilities Not Normally Manned C/W Shelter For 6 .CAPACITY :600MMSCFD/ 500MMSCFD GAS EACH WHP  TOPSIDE LOADOUT WGT :~ 2400 MT EACH WHP  JACKET LOADOUT WGT :~ 2100 MT EACH WHP  INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES: Topsides Lifting Condensates & Freewater Separation.

South Pars Gas Field Development Project Phase 17/18 – FEED & Detail Design  SPD24 JACKET INSTALLATION (Nov’09) 26/02/2013 .

South Pars Gas Field Development Project Phase 17/18 – FEED & Detail Design  TYPICAL SPD23/24 WHP & FLARE TRIPOD (3D MODEL) 26/02/2013 .

) DECEMBER 2009 TO JUNE 2014  PHASES:  MANHOURS: VARIOUS (EVALUATE/ DEFINE/ EXECUTE) MANHOURS SINCE AWARD 700K/Plus . PROCUREMENT AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT EMEPMI (EXXONMOBIL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION MALAYSIA INC. Procurement & Construction Management of Brownfiled Projects Covering 40 (Manned and Unmanned) Offshore Platforms in 17 Fields in the South China Sea Off the East Coast of Peninsula Malaysia ENGINEERING.EMEPMI EPCM CONTRACT  CONTRACT NAME:  CLIENT:  TIMEFRAME:  SOW:   Engineering.

EMEPMI EPCM CONTRACT .

EMEPMI EPCM CONTRACT .

000hrs . Structural  CLIENT:     YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW:  INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES:  MANHOURS: CRANE BARGE OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION FACILITIES 200. Mechanical.Modifications to Offshore PS-1 Production Complex  PROJECT NAME: VARIOUS IMPROVE TYPE PROJECTS TO ADD OR MODIFY OFFSHORE PRODUCTION STATION COMPLEX OCCIDENTAL PETROLEUM CO. Piping. OF QATAR LIMITED (OPQL) 2007-2009 ARABIAN GULF 60m Various FEED and Detailed Design Multi-Discipline Scope Involving Electrical. Instrument. Process.

Modifications to Offshore PS-1 Production Complex .

Modifications to Offshore PS-1 Production Complex

Conceptual & Detail Design of E8K and F13K Compression Project  PROJECT NAME:     
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CLIENT: YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW:

CONCEPTUAL & DETAIL DESIGN OF E8K AND F13K COMPRESSION PROJECT SARAWAK SHELL BERHAD (SSB) DECEMBER 2008 SARAWAK, MALAYSIA 71m

Conceptual and Detail Design of Module 4 (F13K) and Module 5 (E8K) Compression Module at E11P-B Platform. (Site rated 22.4MW Each) Associated Modifications & Brownfield Tie-Ins Installation of New Gas Turbine Generator (2.3MW)

 INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES:

SINGLE LIFT (2000 MT) FOR COMPRESSION MODULES COMPLETE COMPRESSION MODULES, POWER GENERATION CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMPS AND UTILITIES

Conceptual & Detail Design of E8K and F13K Compression Project

Conceptual & Detail Design of E8K and F13K Compression Project .

Ancilliary Platform  FZ/FY/F16 Production. Production . Wellhead. helideck . . Helideck. flare platform .Foroozan Basic Design Engineering  PROJECT NAME: BASIC DESIGN ENGINEERING :FOROOZAN OFFSHORE COMPLEX RENOVATION N RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT IOOC NOV 08 ARABIAN GULF 65 M ADVANCED FEED FOR BROWNFILED OFFSHORE PLATFORMS Fx/F15 Production & wellheads complex complete with 20 BOP LQ Module . LQ/ Control Room. Boat Landing . Flaring . 45 BOP LQ platform n wellheads platform       CLIENT: YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW:  INSTALLATION:  FACILITIES: Renovation & Reconstruction scope by EPC Separation .

Foroozan Basic Design Engineering FY/FZ/F15 /16 Offshore Complexes .

launcher-receiver. one central gathering platform New intrafield flowlines.ZADCO SATAH FFDP       PROJECT NAME: CLIENT: YEAR: FIELD LOCATION: WATER DEPTH: SOW: SATAH FULL FIELD DEVELOPMENT(ZADCO) ZADCO 2009-2010 ARABIAN GULF 10-14m PRE-FEED & FEED     Modifications to six WHPs. New trunklines Modifications to onshore processing plant 6000 PSIG compression at onshore  INSTALLATION: Offshore-Pallet installation with jack-up rig and minimum shutdown  Pipeline-Separate lay  Onshore.New facilities adjacent to existing plant. HIPPS. power upgrade  Onshore. PWT system. utilities upgrade  . GDU.Slug catcher. brownfield modifications to existing plant with early tie-ins to minimize shutdown   FACILITIES: Offshore. closed drain system. vent boom / flare boom. CI skid. flowlines. production separator.Test separator. Compression .

ZADCO SATAH FFDP PMP Platform New Existing .

ZADCO SATAH FFDP Slug Catcher Area .

EXAMPLE OF MARGINAL FIELD TOPSIDES
Topsides Parameters Oil Gas Water Injection Riser Platform

Topsides Weight
Stream Capacity

850MT
40,000 BOPD

1250MT
155 MMSCFD

900MT
75,000 BWPD

500MT
2 x 24” 2x 18” 2 x 12” 4 x 6”

Oil / Condy Water Handling

30,000 BOPD 35,000 BWPD

10,000 BOPD 10,000 BWPD

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No. of Wellheads

18-24

12

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EXAMPLE OF MARGINAL FIELD TOPSIDES
Oil Platform Topsides
Topsides Weight Water Depth Production Capacity - Gas Production Capacity - Oil Production Capacity - Water No. of Wells WPPA West Patricia Platform 600MT 40m n/a 15,000 bbls/d 40,000 bbls/d 18

Installation

Float Over using SERF

Typical Equipment:

Wellhead & Production Systems
Process Cooler and Chiller Power & Control Systems Produced Water & Water Injection

Sub-Structure Sub-Structure Wieght Installation Method 300MT Jack-up Rig

Example of Oil Platform

Key Equipment List • 24 Wells •Wellhead & Test Separator •2 Stage Separation •Produced Water •Flare Boom •Power Genset •Instrument Air •20MT Crane

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Oil Production 30,000 BOPD

Water Handling 35,000 BWPD

Weight 850 MT

Example Marginal Field Gas Platform Gas Platform Topsides Topsides Weight Water Depth Production Capacity Gas Golok Platfrom .500 bbls/d 9 Production Capacity Oil Production Capacity Water No.550 bbls/d 4. of Wells Installation Float Over using SERF Typical Equipment: Wellhead & Production Systems Process Cooler and Chiller Power & Control Systems Produced Water & Water Injection .B (GOPB) 860 MT 37m 155 MMscfd 2.

Example of Gas Platform Key Equipment List • 12 Wells • Wellhead & Production System • Process Cooler and Chiller • Power & Control System • Produced Water • Condensate Stabilisation • Flare Boom • Power Genset • Instrument Air • 20MT Crane Gas Production 1 1 9 Condensate 10.250MT 160 MMSCFD 26/02/2013 .000 BCPD Weight 1.

Example of Jackets for Marginal Field Platforms Up to 50m water depth 50 .250MT No.75m water depth Jacket Weight 400MT Jacket Weight 450MT Topside Weight 850MT No. of Wells 18-24 Topside Weight 1. of Wells 12 .

Photographs of Jackets for 50m Water Depth 1 2 1 26/02/2013 .

75m Water Depth .Photographs of Jackets for 50 .

75m Water Depth 1 2 3 26/02/2013 .Photographs of Jackets for 50 .

Installation of GORA (Golok Riser Platform by Float Over Method .

Offshore Pipeline Experience list .

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