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1 Oando Workbook1 Building Africa leading integrated solutions company

2 Oando Workbook2 2 Oando is Africas leading indigenous energy solutions provider. The company started operations as a petroleum products marketing company and has evolved into an integrated energy group with investments across the entire energy value chain – downstream, midstream and upstream. In the downstream, Oando Marketing is Nigerias leading oil retailer. Through its over 600 retail outlets strategically located nationwide, Oando is guaranteeing adequate petroleum product supply in Nigeria while Oando Supply and Trading subsidiary bridges the gap between supply and demand through importation of petroleum products. INTRODUCTION ne

3 Oando Workbook3 3 The mid stream has Oando Gas and Power, it is pioneering the distribution of natural gas through pipelines to industrial hubs in Lagos. The company has a 100km gas pipeline network in Lagos, Oando Gas and Power is also replicating the infrastructural investment in the South East of Nigeria with the construction of a 128 km pipeline from Akawa Ibom to Cross River states. The grid will be the backbone for future expansion to the vibrant South East industries. In addition, Oando Gas and Power has commissioned its first independent Power Plant to herald its entry into the power sector. The gas-fired 12.15 megawatts power plant leverages the Gaslink grid in Lagos provides uninterrupted electricity to Lagos Water Corporation (LWC). This project boosts the efficiency of LWC BY 300%. INTRODUCTION ne

4 Oando Workbook4 4 Oando is also making its mark in the upstream sector. With five swamp rigs in its fleet, Oando Energy Services is Nigerias largest indigenous drilling contractor. The company, from a track record of consistent performance, has evolved as the preferred partner of choice to international oil companies in the oil and gas industry. Oando Exploration & Production has a portfolio of strategic assets in producing and near term and with a set target of 100,000 barrels of oil per day, the subsidiary is set to accelerate the groups vision of emerging Africas premier integrated company oil major. INTRODUCTION ne

5 Oando Workbook5 5 UPSTREAM OML 125 OML 134 OPL 282 OPL 278 AKEPO OML 90 OBODETI/ OBODUGWA OML 56 OPL 236

6 Oando Workbook6 6 OML 56 Obodeti-Obodugwa UPSTREAM OBODETI/ OBODUGWA OML 56 Capex: $7.3m Status: Producing Partners: Energia Capex: $7.3m Status: Producing Partners: Energia

7 Oando Workbook7 7 OML 125 UPSTREAM OML 125

8 Oando Workbook8 8 OML 90 Akepo UPSTREAM AKEPO OML 90 Capex: $32.5m Status: Producing Partners: Sogenal Capex: $32.5m Status: Producing Partners: Sogenal Oando Team onboard Noble Rig at the completion of a test drill on Akepo oilfield

9 Oando Workbook9 Oando Rig Acquisition In 2007, Oando made a bold move into rig drilling services provision, earmarking $500 million for the acquisition of a rig fleet Today, Oando Energy Services (OES) is Nigerias largest indigenous rig service provider with 5 swamp rigs in its fleet UPSTREAM

10 Oando Workbook10 Oando Rig Acquisition - OES Teamwork 3000HP swamp drilling barge 10,000 psi BOP systems It has a DRECCO built mast Substructure with rated static hookload capacity of 1.1M lbs Capable of drilling up to 25,000 ft deep wells UPSTREAM OES TEAMWORK

11 Oando Workbook11 Oando Rig Acquisition - OES Respect 3000HP swamp barge 10,000psi BOP systems It has a pyramid built mast Substructure with static hookload rating of 1.5M lbs Capable of drilling up to 25,000 ft deep wells UPSTREAM OES RESPECT

12 Oando Workbook12 Oando Rig Acquisition - OES Passion 3000HP cantilever swamp barge 10,000psi BOP systems Capable of drilling multiple well slots at the same location It has a pyramid built mast Drilling unit has a static hookload rating of 1.5M lbs Capable of drilling up to 25,000 ft UPSTREAM OES PASSION

13 Oando Workbook13 Oando Rig Acquisition - OES Integrity 3000HP modern swamp barge 15,000 psi BOP systems Superior Derrick built mast Promet substructure static hookload capacity of 1.5M lbs Capable of drilling up to 30,000 ft deep wells UPSTREAM OES INTEGRITY

14 Oando Workbook14 Oando Rig Acquisition - OES Professionalism 3000HP swamp barge 10,000 psi BOP systems Equiped with a Pyramid mast Substructure with static hookload rating of 1.5M lbs Capable of drilling up to 21,762 ft deep wells UPSTREAM OES PROFESSIONALISM

15 Oando Workbook15 Capacity and expertise Oando rigs are manned by highly skilled, trained and competent Nigerians with strong Environmental Health Safety and Quality standards. The companys unique community relations strategy, has endeared it to the host communities in Niger Delta UPSTREAM

16 Oando Workbook16 Health and Safety The strong Environmental, Health and Safety culture of our team of professionals, who are dedicated to fostering world-class standards at all drilling operations, has helped guarantee a safe and incident free work station since the commencement of drilling operations UPSTREAM

17 Oando Workbook17 Oando Workbook17 Midstream The Oando Group, represented in the midstream sector by Oando Gas & Power (OG&P) has been a significant contributor to the development of the midstream sector. Gas link, a subsidiary of OG&P pioneered the pipeline construction of natural gas to industries in Lagos, Nigerias nerve centre and its committed to building similar infrastructure in other parts of Nigeria. The power division of OG&P which leverages the companys gas network to provide captive power solutions, commissioned its first independent power plant in the first quarter of 2010. The gas-fuelled 12.15 megawatts IPP supplies stable electricity to power Lagos Water Corporation facilities to optimise water provision to millions of Lagos residents. MIDSTREAM

18 Oando Workbook18 Gas Assured Gaslink deployed a phased expansion programme in the development of its grid that now covers 100 km of the metropolis and industries centres. MIDSTREAM Another 4.2km Ikeja IB pipeline commissioned 2002 In 2004, an 84km Greater Lagos 2 (GLII) pipeline network was added to the grid. GLII delivers gas from the City Gate in Ikeja to Ojota, Ilupeju, Matori, Isolo, Amuwo Odofin, Iganmu and Apapa industrial layouts in Lagos An additional 38km Greater Lagos 3 (GLIII) pipeline expansion was commissioned in 2008 to deliver gas to Apapa, Tin Can Island and environs. The 10km Ikeja IA pipeline was commissioned in 2001

19 Oando Workbook19 Gas Assured As Lagos master plan is built without recourse to gas infrastructure, Gaslinks GLL II & III projects were constructed through challenging built up areas without safety or environment incidence. MIDSTREAM

20 Oando Workbook20 Gas Assured The challenging nature of the expansion meant that Gaslink had to construct several detours to avoid the other unstated infrastructures such as water pipelines, underground drainages in its right of way. MIDSTREAM

21 Oando Workbook21 Gas Assured The Gas pipeline expansion has opportuned industrial giants like BUA Sugar to convert to clean, safe and environmentally friendly energy. MIDSTREAM

22 Oando Workbook22 Oandos South East Pipeline Project EHGC workers at the commencement of the South East 128km pipeline construction in Calabar, Cross River State Work at a challenging terrain that include forest, hills rocks and seven river crossings. MIDSTREAM

23 Oando Workbook23 Akute Power Project The gas fuelled 12.15 megawatt plant will power Lagos Water Corporations main water intake facility, including two other facilities with a combined installed 125 million gallons of water per day. According to the Lagos State Government, utilising natural gas as fuel for the plant will reduce carbon emission by 30% reduction from the Lagos Water Corporation. To Supply natural gas to the plant, a 13km gas pipeline was constructed from Gaslinks 100km grid in Lagos. MIDSTREAM

24 Oando Workbook24 Downstream Oando Marketings retail outlets are one-stop centres for customers energy and household needs. Its forecourts provide opportunity for premium refined petroleum products such as fuels, lubricants, automatic transmission fluids. Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), greases and insecticides in addition to the non fuel revenue offerings such as confectionaries, fast-food store, outdoor automated teller machines and auto-mechanic mini workshop. Oando Marketing controls a significant share of the Nigerias petroleum products market. DOWNSTREAM

25 Oando Workbook25 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Oando Marketing launched a pioneering Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) retailing platform known as Oando Pay As U Gas in a bid to boost domestic consumption of gas and help reduce deforestation in Nigeria. This innovation, involves on-the-spot dispensing of LPG using a pump meter into customers cylinders and instant collection of gas and cylinder by the customer from the station of purchase. DOWNSTREAM

26 Oando Workbook26 Community Relations Oando is actively involved in the provision of Social amenities and improving the quality of life in the host communities. COMMUNITY RELATIONS Mass water transit Teachers living quartersWater transportation for riverine communities

27 Oando Workbook27 Oandos Adopt-A-School Programme Renovated classroom block in government Primary School Ekonirim, Calabar, Cross River State ADOPT-A-SCHOOL Before After

28 Oando Workbook28 Oandos Adopt-A-School Programme ADOPT-A-SCHOOL Before After Renovated classroom block in Daura Primary School, Daura, Katsina State

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