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1 Dhahran Global for Oil, Gas, & Petrochemicals Services November 17, 2005

2 2 Agenda 1. DG Company Overview 2. Working Together 3. DG Company Activities 4. Partnership 4. Summary

3 3 DG Company Overview

4 4 Dhahran Global (DG) is a Saudi company owned by H. R. H. Office and licensed to: –Performs industrial and commercial business activities –Forms partnerships, joint ventures, and sponsor agency services –Establishes subsidiaries DG Company Overview

5 5 Dhahran Global (DG) serves the following sectors: –Oil, gas, and petrochemical industries –Drilling and workover services –Construction, building, and maintenance –Health, safety, and security services DG Company Overview

6 6 Synergy & Growth Distribution&Services Petro-chemicals Training&Technology Oil&Gas DG Company Overview

7 7 Vision To become a global company that provides the oil and gas and the petrochemical industries with supreme services Mission To perform oil and gas and petrochemical services via forming partnerships, joint ventures, and sponsoring agency services, and establishing subsidiaries DG Company Overview

8 8 HRH Prince Office Vice President DG Manager Administration & Training Associated Consultants & Advisors DG Company Structure Manager Technical & Operations Supporting Staff

9 9 Technology PeopleGlobalization RAISING THE BAR ON PERFORMANCE Time Money DG Company Objective

10 10 Managing Cultural Differences

11 11 From Transactional …

12 12 To Strategic Focus

13 13 H.R.H. Office support, influence, and services Direct partnership at projects Possibility of finance Organized work and activities Systematic approach Continuity and growth What Can We Offer

14 14 Synergy Between H.R.H. Office and DG Company Between DG Company and its partners Between DG Companys activities Growth In investment and ROI In DG Companys size towards a global level In knowledge, experience, and relations Team work Synergy and Growth

15 15 Internal experiences and knowledge Varied and integrated experiences Experiences at demand Cumulative experiences (>500 years) What Can We Offer

16 16 Commitment to excellence Long term partnership Transfer of technology Cooping with industry standards: –High quality works –Meeting schedules (deadlines) –Safety –Competitive offers What We Expect

17 17 DG Company Activities Seismic and exploration activities Drilling & Workover Oil & Gas production Petrochemical services Construction/building services Importing spare parts and equipment for oil & gas industry Well and pipelines maintenance Petroleum storages construction and maintenance Offshore maintenance

18 18 Operate plants, refineries, and pump stations Construct and operate fuel stations in cities and highways in a modern manner as in USA and Europe Provide services for airplanes refueling Transport and distribute fuels Provide consultation at all oil and gas areas Ensure safety oil and gas facilities and utilities Industrial security Health, Safety, and Environment Well control and blowout prevention Training and Human Resource Development DG Company Activities

19 19 H.R.H Office Giant Business Opportunities Outstanding Partners Dhahran Global Successful Projects DG Overview

20 20 World Outlook North and South America internally driven growth China & India Demand growth engine Middle East New dominant production region Asia Pacific Moving from local to regional market focus Europe Adjusting to remain competitive Japan Restructuring to focus on niche market

21 21 Source: EIA International Energy Outlook 2004 World Marketed Energy Consumption 2001 ProjectionsHistory Projected % in 2025 Oil39% Nat Gas25% Coal23% Renewabl es 8% Nuclear5% World Energy Demand

22 22 Oil Reserves and Production - Middle East Source: BP Statistical Report 2003 & Douglas-Westwood – World Oil Supply 2003-2050 Year of Peak Oil Production Current Oil Production, Mbbl/d USA Russia Saudi Arabia Iran UAE Venezuela Iraq Kuwait Nigeria Norway Mexico UK Indonesia Canada China Libya Algeria Kazakhstan Brazil Bubble size represents remaining oil reserves in MMbbl Source: BP Statistical Review, Douglas-Westwood

23 23 Regional Workload Outlook 2005-2010

24 24 Gulf Region Projects Outlook 2005-2010 Projects Projects greater than $200 million Total: $ 421 Billions

25 25 Gulf Region Projects Outlook Engineering Workload 533 MM Hours 111 MM Hours

26 26 Gulf Region Projects Outlook Construction Workload 2.00 Billion Hours 10 Billion Hours

27 27 Overview of Saudi Economy

28 28 Future Outlook Saudi Arabias Oil Reserves 300,000 Million Barrels Average Production 10 Million Barrels / Day How Long Would it Last? 82 Years

29 29 The Challenge Project Finance Requirements in Saudi Arabia: –USD 1.5BN (2003) –USD 4.8BN (2004) –USD 21BN (2005-07)

30 30 Sustained High Oil Revenues Current prices driven by demand strength, not supply crisis Global growth surprise continues in 2005! To meet demand: –Saudi capacity and production to grow steadily for first time in 30 years –Meaning continued $100+ billion/year in oil revenues

31 31 Saudi Aramco Opportunities

32 32 Saudi Aramco Projects Outlook Engineering Workload 14 MM Hours 58.5 MM Hours

33 33 Saudi Aramco Projects Outlook Construction Workload 340 MM Hours 1.36 Billion Hours

34 34 Chemical and Petrochemical Opportunities

35 35 US$ 20 BIL YEAR 2004 YEAR 2020 TARGET US$ 100 BIL Sales (Billion US$) Time Chemical/Petrochemical Sales Outlook - Worldwide

36 36 Jubail 2 Business Opportunities

37 37 SECONDARY INDUSTRY PRIMARY INDUSTRY FEEDSTOCK 554,000 TPY Petrochemicals 38 Million TPY Petrochemicals 1,288 MMSCFD of Methane 500,000 TPY Steel Products 4.1 Million TPY Steel354 MMSCFD of Ethane 175,000 TPY Float Glass 14.1 Million TPY Refined Products 139,000 bbl / day of Propane 75,000 bbl / day of Butane 73,000 bbl / day of Natural Gasoline 320,000 bbl / day of Crude Oil Jubail Today

38 38 Jubail 2 - Mega Project JUBAIL 2 RESIDENTIAL AREA KING FAHD INDUSTRIAL PORT JUBAIL COMMERCIAL PORT JUBAIL 1

39 39 SOLID QUAY SERVICE QUAY PETROCHEMI CALSTORAGE AREA STORAGE AREA 54 36 QUAY 2 37 34 35 31 32 33 Jubail Industrial Port Expansion

40 40 Jubail 2 - Stages PRODUCTION CAPACITY (KTPY) NO. OF INDUSTRIES COMPLETION DATE PRIVATE INVESTMENT (SR BILLION) GOVERNMENT INVESTMENT (SR BILLION) AREA (KM2) STAGES 49,000252101462TOTAL 24,00092007725191 ST 5,00042010333.3102 ND 8,00032015373.0103 RD 12,00092020682.7234 TH

41 41 Feasibility Studies and Engineering were completed Stage 1: Construction in progress Stages 2, 3 & 4: are in initial Design Jubail 2 - Mega Project: New Industrial Area Status Early access for Investors in 2006

42 42 SECONDARY INDUSTRY PRIMARY INDUSTRY FEEDSTOCK 554,000 TPY Petrochemicals 38 Million TPY Petrochemicals 1,288 MMSCFD of Methane 500,000 TPY Steel Products 4.1 Million TPY Steel354 MMSCFD of Ethane 175,000 TPY Float Glass 14.1 Million TPY Refined Products 139,000 bbl / day of Propane 75,000 bbl / day of Butane 73,000 bbl / day of Natural Gasoline 320,000 bbl / day of Crude Oil Jubail Today

43 43 Soft Film ProductsAmino ResinsIsopropanol Glass FibreSodium SulfatePlastic Additives Aerated BlocksPhenolic ResinsBisphenol Epoxy Resins Resorcinol from Benzene Polyacetal Resins Plastic BoardsPolyethylene GlycolSteel Sections Steel PipesCaustic Soda SolidUrea Formaldehyde Spring WireFloat GlassHexamine Wall CoveringsPolyurethaneMelamine Ethanol AminesStretch FilmSuper Plasticizers Phosphoric AcidRigid Film ProductsPolyether Polyol Jubail 2 - Opportunities in Secondary Industries

44 44 EthylenePolyethyleneMethanol Ethyl AcetateStyreneAcetic Acid Vinyl Acetate MonomerPVCMaleic Anhydride Vinyl Chloride MonomerEthanolButanediol AcrylonitrilePolystyrenePropylene CumemeAmmoniaPolypropylene PhenolUreaEthylene Glycol CyclohexaneN-ParaffinBenzene Ethylene OxideLinear Alkyl Benzene Ethylene Dichloride Jubail 2 - Opportunities in Primary Industries

45 45 Thank You

46 Dhahran Global for Oil, Gas, & Petrochemicals Services November 17, 2005


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