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1 ARGUS Remote Systems as

2 Key Company Attractions Multi skilled personnel driving innovation and delivering high quality services Engineering experience for designing and building all types of sub-sea equipment Operational experience in deep waters and extreme environments Versatile Technology Platform and Operational Experience Incorporating 20 years of R&D Innovative producer Skilled operator World class ROVs and Equipment Light-weight electrical ROVs suitable for deep water operations Outstanding cable guider for all types of cable projects – suitable for 4C seismic Several high margin components are under development Argus Survey as Established in January 2009 to complement the growing success of ARS Extensive pool of survey equipment for in-house use and external rental Intent on surpassing expectations in the acquisition, processing and delivery of survey data using a solid inshore customer base to expand into offshore markets

3 Company Overview Argus Remote System as & Argus Survey as - Company Structure Argus Remote Systems was established in 1992 and currently had 30 employees and 15 consultants Mohn Drilling is the main shareholder of the companies owning 73% of shares in Argus Remote Systems Mohn Drilling Currently owns the ROVs and the proforma figures used in this presentation From January 2009 the survey department will be operated as a separate company: Argus Survey Argus Remote Systems owns 100% of Argus Survey

4 Company Overview Argus Remote System as & Argus Survey Offices Based in Bergen, Norway Access to a 70m deep water quay Argus Remote Systems Modern Offices New offices for Argus Survey Extensive Workshop & Storage Facilities

5 Company Overview Argus Remote System as & Argus Survey Offices Based in Bergen, Norway Access to a 70m deep water quay Argus Remote Systems Modern Offices New offices for Argus Survey Extensive Workshop & Storage Facilities

6 Company Overview Argus Remote System as & Argus Survey Offices Nygårdsviken 1, 5164 Laksevåg, Bergen (+47)

7 Argus Remote Systems as Track Record Argus Survey as Summary

8 ARGUS – A Versatile Service Provider EM survey support Gravimetric surveys Ultra deep experience Sub sea oil removal Cable cutting and repair Survey; multibeam, sidescan, cable tracking Drillsupport, fmd, free span correction, marine, growth removal, diver stand by Inspection, maintence and repair of offshore installations Dynamic cable laying

9 Highly Competent Developer, Producer and Operator 20 years of R&D experience Telerobotics Power electronics Control systems development Programming Information transmission Ultra deep water experience Experience from a wide array of on shore and offshore vehicles developments Innovative producer Skilled operator Producer and Operator Argus design team are also skilled operators Quickly implementations of improvements Rapid evolution of the vehicles Highly dynamic organisation An outstanding knowledge and technical platform that can be used to design and build all types of sub-sea equipment

10 An Impressive Customer Base Customers include Environment Institute of Finland The Norwegian Navy and Norwegian Special Command Geoconsult PSL NOFO SFT Stolt Rockwater University of Bergen Institute of Marine Research in Norway Institute of Marine Research in Ireland Atlantic Diving General Robotics LTD The Swedish Navy AS Connector OD (Olje Direktoratet)

11 Established Provider of Groundbreaking ROV services 1995 Mapped cod spawn growth in the Arctic ice east of Svalbard Operated the worlds first remote oil emptying of a ship wreck (Estonia) 1996 Tie in at Ula for Nexans 1998 Developed 1000m depth rated Trencher for Telia 2002 Skagerrak Cable repair at 240m depth for Nexans 2002 Delivered 4 ROV systems for the Swedish Navy submarine rescue team 2003 Developed DPV for the Norwegian Special command 2005 ROV service at the Fennoscan cable repair in Finland for Nexans 2005 Touchdown monitoring of power cable over Gibraltar strait with Captrack for Nexans 2006 Touchdown monitoring of power cable at Dolphin for Nexans 2007 Installed suction anchor at 1200m at Goliat field for Eni 2007 High quality video survey of the sunken ship Prestige at 3850m for Fugro/Spanish Government 2008 TSS Survey in the Mediterranean for Fugro at 2300m depth 2008 Delivered a 6000msw Rated ROV system for EMEPC in Portugal 2009 Route clearance of cable trace to Valhall for Nexans/BP Unique experience from challenging projects Several high-tech ROVs developed A solid track recorded established Selected ROV Projects

12 Key Design Features Common Design Features Ultra compact Electric systems Lightweight modular system Effective utilization of deck and operation space Flexible and maneuverable in strong currents Simple mobilization and demobilization High efficiency Improved reliability Simple service and maintenance Low operation costs Low transport and operation costs Expansion possibilities Quick and easy replacement

13 Design Implications Smaller footprint, space is limited on offshore vessels/rigs Less drag in water More power per weight Separate control and power units Not dependent on one hydraulic system, several thrusters No pollution (of hydraulic oil) Water is an ideal coolant for electric thrusters The Advantages of Electrically Operated ROVs: Smaller Redundant Environment Lower CAPEX Less downtime Less need for complex handling systems Preferable in deep waters

14 Systems delivered Ultra compact 6000msw rated system delivered to EMEPC in Portugal 92HP Work class ROV system HDTV 1080i Camera system System has been diving to 4300m depth Total weight Complete system = 31,3 tons 1 x 20 control container 1 x 10 Workshop 1 x LARS 1 x ROV Ultra compact 4000msw system 92 HP Work Class ROV system HDTV 1080i Camera system System has been diving to 3850m depth Total weight Complete system = 18 tons 1 x 20 Control container 1 x 10 Workshop 1 x ROV

15 Systems delivered Obs class ROV system delivered to Geo Marine Technology in China 5 function manip skid Didson skid 2500msw system include TMS delivered to Mohn Drilling 40HP Light Work class ROV system

16 Systems delivered Obs class ROV system delivered to IMC Diving 2000msw system Obs class ROV system Able to carry Multibeam echo sounder with North seaking gyro

17 Argus Remote Systems ROV fleet ROV for observation. Possible to mount a small manipulator such as a 4 or 5 function. Typical depths down to 500 meters. Optional depth rating 3000msw. 2 of ARGUS Rover - OBS ROV1 of ARGUS ROVER MKII - Middle class ROV ROV for observation, touch down monitoring, Survey and intervention. Schilling T4 and Rigmaster mounted. 6kW HPU for tooling. Optional 30HP HPU for tooling. Typical depth rating 3000msw. Optional depth rating 6000msw. 2 of Argus Bathysaurus XL–70HP Work Class ROV ROV for observation, light intervention. Able to carry 2 small manipulators such as 4 and 5 functions. Typical depths down to 1000msw. Optional depth rating 3000msw. ROV for observation, touch down monitoring, Survey and intervention. Schilling T4 and Rigmaster mounted. 18kW HPU for tooling. Optional 50HP HPU for tooling. Typical depth rating 4000msw. Optional depth rating 6000msw. (under development) Powerful 175HP Electric Work Class ROV

18 Argus Rover 47 ROV (500msw rated) General Dimensions: Length1,1m Width1m Height0,765m Weight255kg (500msw version) Payload10kg FrameAluminum tube T6082 Electronic PodsTitanium grade 5 ConnectorsTitanium grade 5 BuoyancySyntactic foam CameraComposite Camera ManipulatorsOptional 1x4 or 1x5 function UmbilicalKevlar armored Deployment methodFree flying latch Launch methodShips crane Total deck weight4 tons (ROV, Winch, Control Container/Workshop) Power requirements System Power input VAC, 15kW,3-phase (to ROV, winch and container) Thrusters6 x 1kW, 4 Horizontal and 2 vertical HPUOptional 1kW ROV input /990VAC-6kW, 3-phase Electric Umbilical Winch Winch power input230VAC, 750W, 3-phase Dimensions1,7 x 1,08 x 0,83 Weight400kg included 300m umbilical RatingNo zone SlipringFocal 180, 2 fiber pass Winch Capacity1000m of 21mm umbilical Line pull2700Nm bottom layer Umbilical sheave0,6m diameter Surface controls Control Container20 foot container (4 tons) Power distribution panelFitted LIMS for Power safety Control ConsoleStand alone panel 19 inch rack Options Video overlay 2 x DVD Recorders Workshop ContainerIntegrated in 20 Control container (4 tons) Performance Bollard pullfwd98kg lat65kg vert63kg Speedfwd3kn vert1,5kn

19 Argus Rover 49 ROV (2000msw rated) General Dimensions: Length1,25m Width0,81m Height0,84m Weight350kg (2000msw version) Payload10kg FrameAluminum tube T6082 Electronic PodsTitanium grade 5 ConnectorsTitanium grade 5 BuoyancySyntactic foam CameraHDTV Camera ManipulatorsOptional 1x4 or 1x5 function UmbilicalKevlar armored Deployment methodFree flying latch Launch methodShips crane Total deck weight4 tons (ROV, Winch, Control Container) Power requirements System Power input VAC, 15kW,3-phase (to ROV, winch and container) Thrusters6 x 1kW, 4 Horizontal and 2 vertical HPUOptional 1kW ROV input /990VAC-6kW, 3-phase Electric Umbilical Winch Winch power input230VAC, 2,2kW, 3-phase Dimensions2,07 x 1,46 x 1,2 Weight950kg included 1300m umbilical RatingNo zone SlipringFocal 176, 4 fiber pass Winch Capacity1500m of 21mm umbilical Line pull4000Nm/36m pr. Min. bottom layer Umbilical sheave0,6m diameter Surface controls Control Container10 foot container (4 tons) Power distribution panelFitted LIMS for Power safety Control ConsoleStand alone panel 19 inch rack Options Video overlay 2 x DVD Recorders Performance Bollard pullfwd98kg lat65kg vert63kg Speedfwd3kn vert1,5kn

20 Argus Rover MKII ROV (1000msw rated) General Dimensions: Length1,25m Width0,81m Height0,84m Weight380kg (1000msw version) Payload50kg FrameAluminum tube T6082 Electronic PodsTitanium grade 5 ConnectorsTitanium grade 5 BuoyancySyntactic foam CameraComposite Camera Manipulators1x4 and 1x5 function Hydro-Lek UmbilicalKevlar armored Deployment methodFree flying latch Launch methodShips crane Total deck weight4 tons (ROV, Winch, Control Container) Power requirements System Power input VAC, 15kW,3-phase (to ROV, winch and container) Thrusters6 x 1kW, 4 Horizontal and 2 vertical HPUOptional 1kW ROV input /990VAC-6kW, 3-phase Electric Umbilical Winch Winch power input230VAC, 2,2kW, 3-phase Dimensions1,25 x 0,8 x 1m Weight500kg included 500m umbilical RatingNo zone SlipringFocal 176, 4 fiber pass Winch Capacity500m of 21mm umbilical Line pull210kp/37m pr. Min. bottom layer Umbilical sheaveRollers Surface controls Control Container10 foot container (4 tons) Power distribution panelFitted LIMS for Power safety Control ConsoleStand alone panel 19 inch rack Options Video overlay 2 x DVD Recorders Performance Bollard pullfwd98kg lat65kg vert63kg Speedfwd3kn vert1,5kn

21 Argus Bathysaurus ROV (2000msw rated) General Dimensions: Length1,6m Width1,35m Height1,5m Weight1200kg (2000msw version) Payload100kg FrameAluminum tube T6082 Electronic PodsTitanium grade 5 ConnectorsTitanium grade 5 BuoyancySyntactic foam (2000m std 6000m optional) CameraHDTV Camera Manipulators1x4 function 1x7 function UmbilicalKevlar armored Deployment methodFree flying latch Launch methodShips crane Total deck weight17 tons (ROV, Winch, Control Container and Workshop) Power requirements Control Container input230VAC, 12kW (32A), 3-phase Workshop Container input230VAC, 16A, 3-phase ROV Power input440V/3300VAC, 25kW, 3-phase Thrusters7 x 5,5kW, 4 Horizontal and 3 vertical HPU manips6kW HPU input (optional)440V/3300VAC, 18kW, 3-phase Hydraulic Umbilical Winch Winch power input440VAC, 18kW, 3-phase Dimensions10 Feet container footprint Weight8 tons included 5000m umbilical RatingNo zone SlipringFocal 176, 4 fiber pass Winch Capacity5000m of 25mm umbilical Umbilical sheaveRollers Surface controls Control Container20 feet container (4 tons) Power distribution panelFitted LIMS for Power safety Control ConsoleStand alone panel 19 inch rack Options Video overlay 2 x DVD Recorders Performance Bollard pullfwd150kg (optional 300kg) lat90kg vert130kg Speedfwd3kn vert1,8kn

22 Bathysaurus XL50 ROV (4000msw rated) General Dimensions: Length2,1m Width1,6m Height1,7m Weight1700kg (4000msw version) Payload195kg FrameAluminum tube T6082 Electronic PodsTitanium grade 5 ConnectorsTitanium grade 5 CameraHDTV Camera BuoyancySyntactic foam (4000m std 6000m optional) Manipulators1x5 function 1x7 function UmbilicalKevlar armored Deployment methodFree flying latch Launch methodShips crane Total deck weight18 tons (ROV, Winch, Control Container and Workshop) Power requirements Control Container input230VAC, 12kW (32A), 3-phase Workshop Container input230VAC, 16A, 3-phase ROV Power input440V/3300VAC, 50kW, 3-phase Thrusters7 x 5,5kW, 4 Horizontal and 3 vertical HPU manips6kW HPU input (optional)440V/3300VAC, 20kW, 3-phase Electric Umbilical Winch Winch power input440VAC, 20kW, 3-phase Dimensions10 foot footprint Weight8 tons included umbilical RatingNo zone SlipringFocal 176, 4 fiber pass Winch Capacity4000m of 24,4mm umbilical Line pull2,4 tons bottom layer, max speed 60m/min Umbilical sheave1m diameter Surface controls Control Container20 foot container (4 tons) Power distribution panelFitted LIMS for Power safety Control ConsoleIntegrated joysticks in pilot chair Integrated touch screen in chair 19 inch rack Options Video overlay 2 x DVD Recorders Workshop Container10 foot container (4 tons) Performance Bollard pullfwd370kg lat250kg vert300kg Speedfwd3kn vert2kn Optional LARS

23 Bathysaurus XL52 ROV (3000msw rated) General Dimensions: Length2,1m Width1,6m Height1,6m Weight1500kg (3000msw version) Payload195kg FrameAluminum tube T6082 Electronic PodsTitanium grade 5 ConnectorsTitanium grade 5 BuoyancySyntactic foam (3000m std 6000m optional) CameraHDTV Camera Manipulators1x5 function 1x7 function UmbilicalKevlar armored Deployment methodFree flying latch Launch methodShips crane Total deck weight22 tons (ROV, LARS, Control Container and Workshop) Power requirements Control Container input230VAC, 12kW (32A), 3-phase Workshop Container input230VAC, 16A, 3-phase ROV Power input440V/3300VAC, 50kW, 3-phase Thrusters7 x 5,5kW, 4 Horizontal and 3 vertical HPU manips6kW HPU input (optional)440V/3300VAC, 20kW, 3-phase LARS with TMS and Umbilical Winch Winch power input440VAC, 45kW, 3-phase Dimensions5,35 x 2,9 x 5,68 LxWxH Weight12,6 tons included umbilical RatingNo zone SlipringPrizm, 7 fiber pass Lift winch Capacity2300m of 24,4mm umbilical TMS Capacity400m Tether Surface controls Control Container20 foot container (4 tons) Power distribution panelFitted LIMS for Power safety Control ConsoleIntegrated joysticks in pilot chair Integrated touch screen in chair 19 inch rack Options Video overlay 2 x DVD Recorders Workshop Container10 foot container (4 tons) Performance Bollard pullfwd370kg lat250kg vert300kg Speedfwd3kn vert2kn

24 ARGUS Remote Systems Zip Pump For use in connection with suction anchor or seabed cleaning Water Jet System 5,5 kW electric Water Jet system Hydraulic Water Jet System Bennex Neron Water Jet system Tooling Rental Pool

25 ARGUS Remote Systems Tooling Rental Pool Brush Tool: Hydraulic brush tool ROV Mounted Trenching Sword: Light Trenching tool for trenching small amounts of cables Cutting Saw: 140mm Cutting saw for power cables Wire and Cable Cutter: 36mm Wire cutter and rope cutter

26 ARGUS Remote Systems Tooling Rental Pool Drill Tool: Magnetic drill tool Core sampler tool: 40mm Core sampler drill tool Suction dredge: Suction dredge for removal of mud Suction anchor: 300mm dia suction anchor

27 Argus Remote Systems as Track Record Argus Survey as Summary

28 Argus Remote Systems track record

29 Tie-in to Ula field In 1995 Argus Remote Systems performed Tie-in and touch down monitring of communication cable to Ula field in the North Sea together with Nexans onboard CS Skagerrak for BP.

30 Worlds first remote operated oil removal In 1996 Argus Remote System performed the worlds first remote operated oil removal of the sunken ferry Estonia in the Baltic sea, for the Finish Environmetal Department together with Framo. Even removal of oil from double bottom tanks. This was done by using a small ROV as a Work ROV.

31 Dive and Drill support From 2000 and present (2009) Argus Remote Systems has performed Dive support and Drill support together with Mohn Drilling in south Argentina onboard Skandi Patagonia for Total.

32 Cable Repair In 2001 Argus Remote Systems performed a cable repair of a Power cable in Skagerrak on 230m depth together with Nexans onboard CS Skagerrak for Statnett. Locate the cable with TSS, dig it visible, cutting the cable, recover both ends to the ship and burried the cable after deplying it to the seabed.

33 High quality Video survey and Sampling From 2004 and present (2010) Argus Remote Systems has performed High quality Video Survey and Sampling with ROV on the Mid Atlantic Ridge onboard G. O. SARS annualy for the Institute of Marine Research and the University in Bergen, down to 3400m depth. Video Survey is done by High Definition Video 1080i.

34 Multibeam survey In 2005 Argus Remote Systems performed Multibeam Survey on 1500m depth west of Ireland onboard Celtic Explorer for the Natioal University in Ireland, Galway.

35 Cap track – The Gibraltar project The Captrack was developed by Argus/Nexans to lay a power cable between Spain and Morocco The Cable Guider increased the window of operation, as conventional systems would have problems with the high currents in Gibraltar Despite currents of over 5 Knots the job was completed without major problems The cable was laid in 48 hours including a as laid survey at the same time The client could be confident that the job was preformed according to high standards, and it was the first time they could have it documented BackgroundKey facts Currents ~5 knots Distance: 30 km Depths: 550 m Completed in 48 hours

36 Seismic nodes pick up In ARS performed seismic nodes pick up in Malaysia down to 2300m depth for EMGS. 2 years onboard Atlantic Guardian.

37 Suction anchor and Chain installation In 2006 Argus Remote System installed suction anchor in the North Sea onboard Normand Master together with Sealantic for ENI at 1200m depth.

38 Gravimetry Meassurement In 2006 and 2007 Argus Remote System performed Gravimetry meassurements together with Scripps onboard Geograph and Birkeland in the North Sea for Statoil.

39 TDM and Cable Repair In 2007 Argus Remote System performed TDM and Cable Repair at Dolphin Project (Quatar) together with Nexans onboard Team Oman.

40 Chain inspection of Balder From 2007 to 2009 Argus Remote Systems has performed a yearly anchor chain inspection for ExxonMobil in the North Sea with an Argus Rover. Vehicle equipped with HD(1080i) Video camera in 2009.

41 High quality Video survey In 2007 Argus Remote Systems performed High quality Video survey of the sunken ship Prestige onboard Siem Danis at 3850m depth, together with Fugro for the Spanish government.

42 TSS Survey In 2008 Argus Remote System performed a TSS survey in the Mediterrainian onboard Skandi Inspektor for Fugro at 2300m depth.

43 Route clearance In 2009 Argus Remote Systems performed a route clearance onboard Libas in the North Sea for BP. Removal of debris and burried cables. Cables where found with TSS, digged visable, cut them and recovered to surface.

44 Electro magnetic Source-Project kHz kHz 300m Depth capacity 300m Depth capacity 3000msw option 3000msw option 300A capacity 300A capacity Efficiency equal to 1000A existing on the market Efficiency equal to 1000A existing on the market

45 Argus Remote Systems as Track Record Argus Survey as Summary

46 ARGUS Survey Overview Argus Survey Company Structure Established in January 2009 to complement the growing success of Argus Remote Systems Will complement ARS operations as well as operating independently within the survey markets Extensive equipment pool for in-house operation and external rental including two inshore survey vessels Experienced personnel with a common goal – to be the very best in its field

47 Several Surveys Completed 2004 Survey of cable route for Nexans at Smøla 2006 Survey of trenching depth of cables in Gibraltar 2006 Cable route survey from Narvik to Trondheim km cable survey with TSS, Statnett, Norway 2007 Sub-bottom survey, mapping pollution, Drammen, Norway 2008 Multibeam survey of 35km2 for offshore windfarm, Norway 2008 Side Scan Survey of 100km2 seafloor, Northern Tunisia 2008 Touch down monitoring and Survey of burial depth in New York for Nexans with Multibeam and TSS 2008 Multibeam route survey with Captrack, Hainan/China 2009 Multibeam Survey, Mongstad Oil Refinery, Norway 2009 Multibeam and geophysical survey for StatNett in Kristiansand Selected Survey Projects (undertaken by ARGUS Remote Systems as) 2009 Pre-lay Survey & Route Preparation for Nexans in support of the Valhall Re-Development Project 2010 Pre-lay Survey & Route Preparation for Nexans in support of the Valhall Re-Development Project

48 Why Argus Survey AS? What Argus Survey AS can offer:

49 Why Argus Survey AS? An extensive equipment pool, including: the latest in Multibeam Echosounder Technology the latest in Sub Bottom Profiler technology equipment for use across the survey spectrum What Argus Survey AS can offer:

50 Survey Equipment Pool – Hydrographic Hardware EM3002 Multibeam Sonar System Reson SeaBat 7125 HPR 418 Portable Hydroacoustic Positioning EM 3002 Multibeam Sonar System - Dual Head Option Edge Tech 4200 Side Scan Sonar system

51 Survey Equipment Pool – Hydrographic Hardware Kongsberg Seatex Seapath (MRU Pictured) IXSEA Octans FOG Gyro /ater: HAIN INS system DVL RDI Workhorse Navigator Doppler log TSS350 Cable Tracker TSS440 Pipe Tracker

52 Survey Equipment Pool – Hydrographic Hardware Marine magnetic Magnetometer SAIV Water Level Sensor & CTD Profilers SES96 standard system Sub bottom profiler Sonardyne FUSION USBL System

53 Why Argus Survey AS? An extensive equipment pool, including: the latest in Multibeam Echosounder Technology the latest in Sub Bottom Profiler technology equipment for use across the survey spectrum What Argus Survey AS can offer:

54 Why Argus Survey AS? An extensive equipment pool, including: the latest in Multibeam Echosounder Technology the latest in Sub Bottom Profiler technology equipment for use across the survey spectrum A selection of inshore vessels for use, including: the Vita and the Kongsberg-Simrad Concat What Argus Survey AS can offer:

55 Concat CatamaranOffered services ROV Survey Singlebeam echosounder Multibeam echosounder Sub Bottom Profiler Side Scan Sonar Marine Magnetometer SubSea Cable Tracking Gravity corer Vibro corer Grab sampler Water jet probing Soil Samples Fully equipped survey vessel designed to operate in protected waters. High-resolution, multi/ single beam echo sounders and sidescan sonar are well suited for shallow water seabed surveys. ConCat can operate where other vessels normally dare not navigate and may be stowed in a standard container for economical storage or shipment world-wide. ConCat Specifcations: Length 9.40m Width 3.70m Draft 0.45m Weight 4.8MT Speed(max) 18 knots Main engines (two) 164 Hp (each) Gearbox Alamarin 230 Water jets (two) Hurt HSW450D Survey Vessels

56 Why Argus Survey AS? An extensive equipment pool, including: the latest in Multibeam Echosounder Technology the latest in Sub Bottom Profiler technology equipment for use across the survey spectrum A selection of inshore vessels for use, including: the Vita and the Kongsberg-Simrad Concat What Argus Survey AS can offer:

57 Why Argus Survey AS? An extensive equipment pool, including: the latest in Multibeam Echosounder Technology the latest in Sub Bottom Profiler technology equipment for use across the survey spectrum A selection of inshore vessels for use, including: the Vita and the Kongsberg-Simrad Concat An enthusiastic group of individuals, including: Halvor Mohn – Over 10 years inshore survey experience Henrik Halvorsen - 10 years with FFI and Kongsberg Bjørn Tore Dalva – over 10 years offshore survey/positioning experience What Argus Survey AS can offer:

58 Why Argus Survey AS? An extensive equipment pool, including: the latest in Multibeam Echosounder Technology the latest in Sub Bottom Profiler technology equipment for use across the survey spectrum A selection of inshore vessels for use, including: the Vita and the Kongsberg-Simrad Concat An enthusiastic group of individuals, including: Halvor Mohn – Over 10 years inshore survey experience Henrik Halvorsen - 10 years with FFI and Kongsberg Bjørn Tore Dalva – over 10 years offshore survey/positioning experience A desire to be the very best in its field in the acquisition, processing and delivery of survey data What Argus Survey AS can offer:

59 Argus Remote Systems as Track Record Argus Survey as Summary

60 ARGUS Remote Systems Multi skilled personnel driving innovation and delivering high quality services Engineering experience for designing and building all types of sub-sea equipment Operational experience in deep waters and extreme environments Versatile technology platform and operational experience incorporating 20 years of R&D Innovative producer Skilled operator World class ROVs and equipment Light-weight electrical ROVs suitable for deep water operations Outstanding cable guider for all types of cable projects – suitable for 4C seismic Several high margin components are under development Argus Survey as Established in January 2009 to complement the growing success of ARS Extensive pool of survey equipment for in-house use and external rental Intent on surpassing expectations in the acquisition, processing and delivery of survey data using a solid inshore customer base to expand into offshore markets

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