International Construction Consulting, LLC

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28 June 2009

International Construction Consulting, LLC

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International Construction Consulting, LLC
Services Typical Projects Clients Domestic/International Project
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International Construction Consulting, LLC

28 June 2009

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Services
 Conceptual Engineering and Design  Budgetary Cost Estimates  Detailed Cost Estimates  Execution Planning  Independent Project Reviews  Feasibility Studies  Project Management  Project Management Training  Construction Management  Miscellaneous Support
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8. LLC 4 . API 5L & Associated US and International Codes and Standards Pipeline Route Selection 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. B31.4.Services (con’t) Conceptual Engineering and Design       Hydraulics and Line Sizings Wall Thickness and D/t Design Basis Memorandum’s Class Locations ANSI B31.

max ppmv Total Sulphur content.ALBERTA NGL PLANT CASE 1.Design Basis Table – Typical DBM Output Gas and Product Stream Interface Specifications .234 GTP A-B' Pipeline NGL Plant B' (Ft Sask) Entry Gas B' . max mol% H2S content. LLC 5 . max ppmv TBD TBD TBD TBD - 2500/TBD 32/30/28 1100 1300 0 0. Min BTU/SCF CO2 content. max lb/MMSCF Gross Heating value. max mol% Inerts. 5 Note 6 Note 1 Note 1 TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD Note 1 Other Odorant NO NO NO NO NO NO 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. Max BTU/SCF Gross Heating value. max mol% O2 content. max ppmv Mercaptan content.5 TBD TBD 0.32 TBD/TBD 110/68/TBD required? 14 4? 1050+ 965 2 TBD TBD 0. max ºF Hydrocarbon dewpoint. psig Max/Design/Min Temperature. max psig Cricondentherm.B Pipeline B (Vegreville) Entry Gas implied from specs elsewhere in the pipeline syst B-C Pipeline Entry gas Market (ILLINOIS) Delivery Gas Note 2 TBD 120/TBD/TBD -5 @ 800 4 1050+? 965 2 3 5? 0.2 965 1.32 Feed Gas Entry Gas Max/Min Pressure.4 4 TBD 4? TBD Note 9 TBD/1330 1300/TBD 110/68/TBD required? 14? 4? 1050+ 965 Note 1 Note 8 2 TBD TBD 0. max mol% N2 content.5 TBD TBD TBD 4 TBD TBD TBD Note 1.4 4 TBD 4 8 . 5 Note 1. ºF Cricondenbar.4 4 TBD 4 8 .4 4 TBD 4 8 . max ppmv COS content. ºF @ psia Water content.32 Note 9 TBD/68/TBD (South) required? (North) Note 3 Note 4 TBD Note 8 1.

Services (con’t)  Conceptual/Budgetary Cost Estimates  Complete System Conceptual Estimates. Permanent Materials Offshore Facilities Telecom. and CP OPEX International Construction Consulting. SCADA. Well Pads. LLC 6 28 June 2009 . etc. and Gathering Lines Compressor and Pump Stations Production Facilities Infrastructure (incl Roads. including:             Engineering Pipelines.) Drilling Field Facilities Tank Farms CAPEX. Coating. Flowlines. including Line pipe.

West Texas Lay Rates) 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. Af r ica . (Historical . Ins tallation Rate (f eet/day /s pread) Kenya 30%Rugged 5%Blasting Niger ia 100%Rain For est 3%Blasting Columbia 98%Flat/ Rolling Gabon 80% Rain For est 20% Mar sh/ Swamp 2%Blasting Columbia 60%Rain For est 15%Mar sh/ Swamp Yemen W. (Desert/Savannah) 7 . One t hrough Rain Forest . Af rica. was laid in 2-8mont h dry seasons using t wo spreads.D.Conceptual Cost Tools – Typical Output Pipeline Spread Installation Rates 10000 9000 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 0 Inst allat ion of 642 miles of 30" in W. and one t hrough Desert / Savannah. (in) Rain Forest Projects CDD Class III Basis Log. (Rain Forest Projects) Log.Dr y Tur key 30%Rugged 10%Blasting W.West Texas Lay Rates Desert/Savannah Log. Af r ica Rain For est 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Nominal Pipeline O. LLC Historical .

(CDP Survey Data) 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. Africa Venezuela Negro Saudi Arabia Canada (Except ionally Severe Weat her) Abu Dhabi New Guinea Colombia Australia (Gas) CIS 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 P roduction Facilities Capacity (kBD) CDP Survey Data CDP Facilities Uncertain Data Poly. LLC 8 .Conceptual Cost Tools – Typical Output Production Facilities Construction (Start foundations to Mechanical Completion) 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 0 W.

and Materials Mobilization. Camp Construction Construction Management Field Support Services Detailed Crewing Infrastructure Upgrades Scheduling Manpower Loading International Construction Consulting. LLC 28 June 2009 9 . Freight.Services (con’t)  Detailed Cost Estimates         Labor. Equipment.

LLC 10 .Project Cost Distribution – Typical Estimating Output Project Cost Distribution Line Pipe 23% Freight & Duties 6% Construction 46% Other Materials 2% Communications 5% Client Services (incl Land Costs Eng) (Laydown & Pipe 17% Yards Only) 1% Construction Line Pipe Freight & Duties Other Materials Communications Land Costs (Laydow n & Pipe Yards Only) Client Services (incl Eng) 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.

LLC 11 . DREDGING & BACKFILL TATAR STRAIT CROSSING ORLAN-CHAYVO FLOWLINES 6/14/2004 7/17/2004 HYDROTESTING & TIE-INS OIL EXPORT PIPELINE CHAYVO-DEKASTRI CHAYVO ONSHORE FLOWLINES ODOPTU-CHAYVO FLOWLINE ODOPTU GATHERING LINES ORLAN-CHAYVO OFFSHORE FLOWLINES 7/10/2004 9/21/2004 MECHANICAL COMPLETION OIL EXPORT PIPELINE CHAYVO GATHERING SYSTEM ODOPTU GATHERING SYSTEM EXPORT TERMINAL PRECOMMISSIONING & START UP 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. Flowlines & Export Terminal Construction Execution Schedule ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION CONTRACT AWARD EXPORT TERMINAL PRE-CONSTRUCTION WORK ONSHORE FACILITIES OFFSHORE FACILITIES START FINISH 7/1/2002 Q2 5 6 2003 Q3 Q4 Q1 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 2004 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 2005 Q2 4 5 6 7 Q3 8 9 8/1/2002 6/1/2003 6/1/2003 4/30/2003 6/30/2005 6/30/2005 PIPELINE & FLOWLINES EAST COAST RUSSIA INFRASTRUCTURE & CIVIL OIL EXPORT PIPELINE & SHORE CROSSING 5/20/2003 7/28/2003 6/1/2003 7/29/2003 9/3/2004 3/8/2004 9/26/2004 9/2/2004 SAKHALIN ISLAND OIL EXPORT PIPELINE & SHORE CROSSING CHAYVO ONSHORE FLOWLINES ODOPTU-CHAYVO FLOWLINE ODOPTU GATHERING LINES S R GB E K P IN R A S R GB E K P IN R A INFRASTRUCTURE & CIVIL 12/5/2003 3/28/2004 9/18/2004 3/10/2005 1/30/2005 6/1/2004 7/18/2004 7/1/2004 6/1/2005 6/6/2005 8/1/2004 4/9/2005 9/9/2004 8/9/2004 9/12/2004 6/30/2005 6/14/2005 9/5/2004 9/12/2004 9/21/2004 6/30/2005 6/30/2005 7/1/2005 9/30/2005 TATAR STRAIT & OFFSHORE SHORE APPROACH.Project Schedule – Typical Level 1 Output EPC-2 Pipeline.

Services (con’t)  Execution Planning      Project Management Plan (PMP) Development Project Execution Plan (PEP) Development Preliminary Construction Planning Detailed Construction Execution Plan (CEP) Logisitcs Planning 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. LLC 12 .

Execution Planning FEED Contract MC Construction Timeline Detailed Design Contract Award EPC Sub-Contracts Construction Construction Execution Phases Site DeMob Site Readiness Site Mob Site Management Offshore Install H-U / C / T Construction Work Focus Contractor Deliverable Oversight Site Staffing Site Systems Functional Interfaces Site Management Construction Execution Stewardship Core Competency Support and VP Construction Endorsement Insure Quality of Const. Exec. LLC 13 . Program CRR Planning CRR IRR Planning IRR Lessons Learned Functional Oversight (Const. Mgr’s Job) 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.

Services (con’t)  Independent Project Reviews     Risk Assessments & Risk Management Plans Constructability Reviews Construction Readiness Assessments Operations Readiness Assessments 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. LLC 14 .

) 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. Currency.Services (con’t)  Feasibility Studies      Field Development Planning Conceptual Engineering and Design Conceptual/Budgetary Cost Estimates Strategic Project and Business Planning Risk Assessments (Business. Market. LLC 15 . etc. Political.

840.730. Construction phases include all materials.062.500 $235. Misc.229.167.367.996. meter stations) Offshore Facilities Infrastructure Drilling Engineering Subtotal Contingency .362. Materials.Conceptual Cost Estimates – Typical Overview Structure Project Description: Description Pipeline Installation Mainline Pipe (includes FBE coating & shipping) Mainline Valves.962 $65.914.222.500.000 $0 $74.578 $2.973.297.074 Description Total Installed Costs Total Operating Cost * Total System Cost * Includes 2% per year for inflation/escalation. Cost $2.167.036 25 $633. Phase 1 Exxon Neftegas Ltd Cost $286.867.620. Signs (includes shipping) Telecommunications Compressor Stations Tank Farms Pump Stations Production Facility Gathering Facilities Misc Facilities (i.000 $53.400 $2.383 Project Overviews CAPEX Costs OPEX Costs Description Operating Costs (typical year) Years of Operating Total Operating Cost * Cost $17.405 $117.383 $633.20% Sub Total Installed Cost Client/Owner Costs Parent Company Operating Costs Sub Total Client/Owner Costs Total Installed Cost (TIC) Sakhalin 1.500 $0 $53.948 $15.e.804 $59.563 $43.074 $2.021 $1. LLC .625.214. CP System.768.000 $15.617 $5.000 $962.000 $53.337 $382.140.457 Total Installed Costs (TIC) 16 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.462.955.789.362.337.204.973.467 $2.737.978.

Services (con’t)  Project Management  Contracting Strategy  Project Management Plan (PMP)  Project Development and Identification of Key Objectives. Design. and Construction Interface  Scheduling 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. LLC 17 . Risks and Mitigations  Staffing and Organizational Development  Operations Strategy  Security  Engineering.

final. manage. etc.g. but can build off previous work if warranted. the team will need to determine when work on a particular deliverable should begin to ensure completion prior to a specific gate. Independent Project Review) that deliverable applies Project Management Plan specifically to the time period of the gate in (PMP) question. Finally..  Project Execution Plan • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Project Overview Goals and Philosophies Organization Plan Appropriations & Funding Plan Engineering Plans Value Improving Practices (VIPs) Construction Plan Contracting and Procurement Plans Interface Management Plans Project issue resolution.Project Management Plan – Typical Excerpts Description of Deliverables The following descriptions relate to the deliverables identified on the Project Management Process – Summary. Where the deliverable appears in more than one Project Stage (e. update. apply. Permitting.g. The intent of the descriptions is to broadly identify the main elements that should be included in each deliverable. and External Organizations plans Quality Management program Project Controls Plans (cost & schedule) Operations Involvement Commissioning and Start-up Plans 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. LLC 18 . External Affairs Plan) and is identified by words like initial. identification of responsibilities Information Management Plan HSE Plans Risk Management Plan Regulatory. Where the deliverable is named the same from stage to stage (e. it is expected that the level of maturation increases as the project progresses.

Project Management – Typical Work Breakdown Structure WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE MODU Modu Topsides OFFSHORE FACILITIES Jackets Flowlines/ Risers Instrastructure Power Plant ONSHORE FACILITIES Compressor Station Pipelines Power Transmission Lines Project Management FEED Site Data Collection EIA Review Route Survey R.LS N/A N/A 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. LLC 19 . Acquisition Detail Design Equipment & Bulks Procurement Note 2 Construction/Fabrication/ Onshore HUC Transport to Site & Installation COMPANY COMPANY ABB LUMUS GLOBAL AMEC N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A AMEC DAMES & MOORE N/A N/A COMPANY ABB LUMUS GLOBAL N/A N/A INTEC N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A GULF INTERSTATE N/A LS (ROW-RC) EPC2-LS EPC1-LS Lease N/A N/A EPC2-LS N/A Offshore HUC O&M N/A MPN N/A N/A EPC1 .W.O.

28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. responsibilities. and interfaces  Vehicle for communication. training and achieving project wide alignment  Basis for continuous improvement (common work processes. metrics.Services (con’t)  Project Management Training The purpose is to provide a framework to continuously improve project management capability and performance consistent with business needs by systematic application of best practices that ultimately provide the following:  Better execution performance  Less variation in results  Single point description of management objective and expectations  Clarity of organization roles. LLC 20 . and lesson learned process).

LLC 21 .Services (con’t) Project Management Training A proprietary Project Management System is utilized and provides a phased approach whereby as project is broken down into five major phases:  Conceptual  FEED  Detail Design  Execution  Start-up and Commissioning 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.

Services (con’t)  Construction Management         Detailed Construction Execution Planning Logistics Subcontracting Strategy Equipment and Personnel Mobilization Construction Sequencing and Scheduling Engineering and Construction Interfaces Constructability Program Environmental Management Plan (EMP) Review International Construction Consulting. LLC 28 June 2009 22 .

LLC 23 .e. Schedule) Work Specific / Site Construction Execution Plan 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.Work Specific Work Description. Objectives and Strategies.QA/QC Plan.Construction Management – Typical Plan Overview Project Overv iew Objectives and Strategies Project ManagementSystem Overview Preliminary Construction Plan Construction Execution Overv iew Objectives and Strategies Construction Management Overview SITE . SH&E Plan. Construction ManagementSystems & Plans (i.

LLC 24 . Including Field Inspection  Project Specific Construction Specifications  Water and Waterbody Crossing Design and Construction  Tender Preparation & Evaluation Planning  Engineering & Design Review  Expert Witness 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.Services (con’t)  Miscellaneous Support  Provision of Project or Construction Management Teams.

Tender Evaluation Plan – Typical Plan Overview Invitation Letter Attachment I Instructions to Tenderers Attachment II Principal Document / Exhibits A-J • Pricing – Lump Sum & Reimbursables – Options – Unit Rates for Changes • Local Content • Guarantees. Insurance. LLC 25 . Vessel Commitments • Exceptions Attachment III Commercial Tender Form Attachment IV Technical Tender Form Attachment V Preliminary Engineering • Execution Plan • Management of Local Participation • Project Management • Component Specific Information • Onshore Pipelines • Offshore Pipelines • Export Terminal • Near Term Plans (PCW’s. etc) 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.

731 $56.731 Material Costs $0 $0 $0 $1.77 0./ft.37 0.94 274.00 416. Pipe Wall Thickness Protective Coating Thickness Protective Coating Weight per Foot Protective Coating O.060 36.44 0. Pipe Volume Displaced Including Coating Pipe Weight Per Foot Density of Contents Pipe Contents Weight Per Foot Pipe & Contents Weight Per Foot Mud Specific Gravity (Sink Factor) Mud Density Weight of Concrete in Mud Weight of Concrete in Air Negative Buoyancy Required Calculation Results Upward Buoyancy Net Buoyancy Weight Concrete/foot of pipe Square of Coating O.01 915. D.79 $219.445./foot yards ft 2 per # per foot yd3 10.00 0.Buoyancy Control – Typical Output Exxon Neftegas Ltd Sakhalin 1./ft 3 inches inches ft 2 ft 2 ft 3/ft.060 Labor Costs $0 $0 $0 $622.961.00 511.00 0.75 Description Small Streams Marsh & Wetlands Large Rivers Offshore Contingency Totals Pipe Size Number of Joints Selling Price per Foot Length 0 0 0 36.54 1.208.213 $2.00 0.43 0.52 $60.05 274. lbs.256 $1.20 10.00 0.198.83 104.00 Concrete Pipe Coating Summary Concrete Coating Thickness (INCHES) 0.17 259.198.39 9./ft 3 lbs. calculated Coating Thickness Calculated Concrete Required Pipe length Concrete density Input Data 36./ft.64 $570 $52.09 3.00 0.024 $1.569.55 100.48 2.00 1.990.692 36. inches 2 inches inches 770.019 1.69 1.08 337.900 0./ft.27 $750 $52.584.0630 $622. lbs.13 0.00 0. EPC2 9-May-02 Greg Lamberson International Construction Consulting Exxon Neftegas Ltd Sakhalin 1.749 Total Cost $0 $0 $0 $2.445.86 0.40 22./ft.731 $17.31 170.64 511. D.04 7.33 1.411.399 $43.54 7.45 kg / mtr kg / mtr kg / mtr cm2 cm cm Note: Above are "Selling Prices" (includes OH & Profit) for concrete coating operations only.024 $1.00 Input Data 914. D.75 lbs.00 190.24 190.086.803.65 4.12 1.15 71.213 $2.119 $72.343 mtr kg / mtr cm cm mtr2 mtr2 cm / mtr cm / mtr kg / mtr cm mtr2 kg mtr cm Detailed Calculations Detailed Calculations per foot per foot 10% mtr mtr 10% 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.060.00 902 $77.563.37 $0.57 3./ft.D. LLC 26 .81 39.411.17 0.399 $142.479 $219.343 Summary Sheet Summary Sheet Coating thickness used Concrete Coated pipe O. lbs.731 $1.749 lbs.00 1.53 1.926.08 1.65 0.37 1. Bare pipe area Concrete Coated pipe area Concrete area Concrete area Concrete weight (concrete) Total concrete required Total Wire Mesh Needed Labor Cost per Pound Labor Cost Labor Cost per Foot Concrete Cost per Cubic Yard Reinforced Steel Cost Concrete Cost Misc Material Costs Total Material Cost Total Material Cost / foot Total Cost / foot Contingency TOTAL COST feet lbs./ft.15 1.14 415.75 $622.75 39./ft. lbs. yards/foot lbs.569. Metric Units MM MM mm kg / mtr mm cm / mtr kg / mtr kg / cm kg / mtr kg / mtr Input Data Pipe O. D.37 0.76 118.464. Coating O.17 1.79 $199./ft 3 lbs. lay price is not included.256 $1.03 $622.049 $0./ft 3 lbs./ft 3 lbs.44 4. inches ft 3/ft.991.45 100.213 $2.961. 36. kg kg kg kg / / / / cm cm cm mtr 508.08 8.64 0.00 337.364. EPC2 9-May-02 Greg Lamberson International Construction Consulting US Units inches inches inches lbs.329 36.119 $72. lbs.44 $219./ft.

Angola 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. Nigeria  Angola LNG Project. Far East Russia  EGP3A Offshore Pipeline Project. EPC 2. Phase 1. LLC 27 .Previous Projects  China Gas Pipeline Project  Alaska Gas Pipeline Producers Project  Chad Development Project. Bolivia & Brazil  Sakhalin 1. Chad & Cameroon  Cuiaba Gas Pipeline.

LLC 28 . Gas 18 Compressor Stations Remote Location 40 Major River and Canal Crossings 300 Km of Congested Construction in Shanghai Pipeline Crossing of the Great Wall 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.China Gas Pipeline Project 4.830 Km of 40”.

Gas 12 Compressor Stations NGL Plant 5 Major River Crossings Remote Location Harsh Environment Largest Gas Pipeline Project in the World 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.440 Km of 52”.Alaska Gas Pipeline Producers Project 6. LLC 29 .

Chad Development Project  1.070 Km of 30”.Logistically Challenged  Telecommunications  World Bank Financed  Environmentally Challenged  Multiple Interfaces International Construction Consulting. Crude Oil  3 Pump Stations  Field Facilities and Infrastructure  Remote Location . LLC 28 June 2009 30 .

Cuiaba Gas Pipeline 636 Km of 18”. Gas 5 Future Compressor Stations 3 Meter Facilities 5 Major River Crossings Environmentally Sensitive Logistically Challenged Bolivia-Brazil Border Crossing Crossed Worlds Largest Wetland (Pantanal) 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. LLC 31 .

Phase 1. LLC 32 . EPC 2 369 Km of Pipelines (crude. gas injection. and water injection) 201 Km 24” Crude Export Pipeline Marine Terminal Tatar Strait Crossing Environmentally Sensitive Logistically challenged 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.Sakhalin 1.

EGP3A OFFSHORE PIPELINE PROJECT 14 total Km of onshore pipelines. 20”. 10” offshore pipelines Offshore platforms & topsides Hook ups Shore approach SIMOPS integration Security challenged 33 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. LLC . dual 24”predominately swamps 94 total Km of 24”.

ANGOLA LNG PROJECT  1 Onshore LNG process train  2 LNG storage tanks  Marine terminal  “ConocoPhillips Optimized Cascade Process”  Gas separation & treating  Condensate stabilization  LPG fractionation  Liquefaction & product storage  200 kms of 16” & 18” pipelines 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. LLC 34 .

Clients  Angola LNG. Inc. 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. Ltd  ChevronTexaco  ExxonMobil  British Petroleum  Phillips  Shell  Alaska Gas Pipeline  Parsons E&C  Raytheon E&C  Boardwalk Partners  Branford Castle  Guidepoint Global Advisors  Goldman Sachs  Select Equity Group  Network Oil & Gas Ltd  Cumming Company  Confidential major investment bank Producers Team  Brunel Energy  Willbros International  Willbros Engineers. LLC 35 .

International and Domestic Project Locations 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting. LLC 36 .

Contact Information International Construction Consulting. LLC 37 . LLC Greg Lamberson 8086 South Yale Avenue. Suite 290 Tulsa. Oklahoma 74136 www.com 28 June 2009 International Construction Consulting.oil-gas-consulting.

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