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1 John Sinclair MD Sub Ocean

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3 Subocean Offshore Wind-farm Experience

4 Who are Subocean Group Subocean is a UK based Marine Contractor whos core business is the worldwide installation and burial of all types of subsea cables working mainly in the Offshore Renewables Windfarm Market installing power cables

5 Experienced Leaders with UK Track Record Our personnel and equipment undertook the North Hoyle Export Cables Works Scroby Sands Export / Array Cables Works Arklow Banks Export Cable Repair Works Burbo Banks Plough Assessment Works

6 Scroby Sands North Hoyle

7 Scroby Sands North Hoyle

8 CREL Lynn & ID Project Scope – Exports / Array Lay and bury 6 export cables – 4 km each in length Lay and bury 43 inter array cables – approximately 43km in total length Shore end works with bentonite works and cable termination works

9 Eon Robin Rigg Project Scope - Exports / Array Lay and bury 2 export cables – 13.2km each in length Lay and bury 64 inter array cables – approximately 44km in total length Located 15km into the Solway Firth

10 RWE Npower Rhyl Flats Project Scope - Arrays 2009 Located approx. 15km from North Wales Lay and bury 24 inter array cables – approx. 18km

11 Vattenfall Thanet Project Scope – Exports / Array Lay and bury 2 export cables – 26.5km each in length Lay and bury 100 inter array cables – approximately 70km in total length Shore end works and cable termination works Located 11.3km off the eastern most tip of Kent

12 SSEB Greater Gabbard Project Scope - Exports Lay and bury x 3 export cables – 50km each in length Lay and bury x 1 export cables – 20km in length Shore end works with cable jointing and termination works Located 50km off the eastern most tip of Kent

13 SSEB Greater Gabbard Project Scope - Arrays 2010 Lay and bury 140 inter array cables between 1-3km in length Cable termination works Inner Gabbard ArrayGalloper Array

14 UR101 Cable Lay Barge Subocean took delivery of basic barge hull in Mar 07 and fully fitted out the UR101 barge for cable installation and burial activities 1000Te Carousel and associated Cable Lay Spread installed 3.0m Cable plough spread installed 8 point mooring spread with an additional 200Te pull ahead winch Track record of export and array cable installation work since May 07.

15 Discoverer Cable Lay Barge Subocean took delivery of basic barge hull in Jan 09 and fully fitted out the Discoverer barge for cable installation and burial activities New 5500Te Carousel and associated Cable Lay Spread installed New 3.0m Cable plough spread installed New 8 point mooring spread with an additional 200Te pull ahead winch Track record of export and array cable installation work since May 07.

16 Polar Prince DP2 Cable Lay Vessel On charter until 2011 with options to extend Subocean took delivery in Aug 09 Cable lay spread installed Carousel or reel based system – project dependent 3.0m Cable plough spread Integrated ROV spread within vessel Heave compensated crane for concrete mattress installation and WTG works A-Frame launch / recovery system for cable plough 180 Te Bollard Pull Will conduct mainly array cable work.

17 UR141 Transportation Barge UR141 Transportation barge initially with option to convert to full installation barge in future One year Charter party signed May 09 with four by one year options Ordered 7000Te carousel (based on existing 5500Te design) and Cable Load-out Spread placed in May 09 UR141 Transportation Barge will be complete 1Q UR141 Transportation barge will be used to transport cables to the UK from Cable Manufacturers off the critical path Can handle both export and array cables shipments Can handle cable reels with 7000Te carousel in place due to large deck space availability.

18 UK Market – Round 1

19 Round 1 Projects Summary LocationStatusCapacityDeveloper North HoyleOperational (Dec 2003)60 MWRWE npower Scroby SandsOperational (Dec 2004)60 MWE.ON UK Kentish FlatsOperational (Sep 2005)90 MWVattenfall BarrowOperational (Sept 2006)90 MWCentrica / DONG Energy Gunfleet SandsUnder Construction 108 MWDONG Energy Lynn/Inner DowsingOperational (July 2008) 194 MW Centrica CromerWithdrawn after approval108 MW EDF Scarweather SandsApproved100 MW E.ON UK / DONG Energy Rhyl FlatsOperational (Dec 2009)90 MW RWE npower Burbo BankOperational (Oct 2007)90 MWDONG Energy Robin RiggUnder Construction 180 MWE.ON UK Shell FlatApplication withdrawn230 MWScottish Power /DONG Energy TeessideUnder Tender for MWEDF Tunes Plateau Submitted108 MWRES/B9 Energy Ormonde Construction MWVattenfall / Eclipse Energy Total 1856 MW

20 UK Market – Round 2

21 Round 2 Projects Summary LocationStatusMaximum capacity (MW)Developer Docking Shoal Planning – Surveys ongoing 500Centrica Race BankPanning – Surveys ongoing 500Centrica Sheringham Shoal Construction Statoil Hydo HumberPlanning – Surveys ongoing 300E.ON UK Triton KnollPre-planning 1,200RWE Npower LincsConstruction Centrica Westermost Rough Pre Planning 240DONG Energy Dudgeon EastPlanning 300Warwick Energy Greater GabbardConstruction Phase 1 – 2009/ Airtricity / Fluor Gunfleet Sands Construction DONG Energy London ArrayConstruction ,000 DONG Energy / E.ON UK Thanet Construction Vattenfall WalneyConstruction DONG Energy Gwynt y MorConstruction RWE npower West DuddonPlanning 500Scottish Power / DONG Energy TOTAL 7,169MW

22 In July 2009 the Crown Estates announced the possibility of extensions to Round 1 and 2 projects being granted and the developers of these projects had until the end of Dec 09 to make applications for these extensions. Expect some announcements regarding these in the near future Round 1 and 2 Project Extensions

23 UK Market - Scottish Projects Summary ID Site NameCompany Size (MW) Solway FirthE.ON UK Developments 300 Wigtown BayDong Wind (UK) Ltd 280 KintyreAirtricity Holdings (UK) Ltd 378 IslayAirtricity Holdings (UK) Ltd 680 Argyll ArrayScottish Power Renewables 1,500 BeatriceAirtricity Holdings UK Ltd / SeaEnergy Renewables Ltd 920 Inch CapeRWE NPower Renewables Ltd / SeaEnergy Renewables Ltd 905 Bell RockAirtricity Holdings UK Ltd / Fluor Ltd 700 Neart na GaoitheMainstream Renewable Power Ltd Forth ArrayFred Olsen Renewables Ltd 415 TOTAL 6348 MW

24 UK Market – Round 3

25 UK Market – Round 3 Projects Summary ID Site NameCompany Size (MW) Moray FirthEDP Renewables / Sea Energy (Moray Offshore Renewables)3000 Firth of ForthSSE Renewables / Flour (Seagreen Wind) 3500 Dogger BankSSE Renewables / RWE Npower / Statoil / Statkraft (Forewind) 9000 HornseaMainstream Renewables / Siemens (SMartwind) 4000 Norfolk BankScottish Power Renewables. Vattenfall (East Anglia Offshore Wind) 7200 HastingsEon 650 West Isle of WightEneco 900 Bristol ChannelRWE Npower1500 Irish SeaCentrica4200 TOTAL MW

26 European Market Requirements to 2020 Over 200 projects with an overall target of over 100 GW Based on 5MW Capacity WTG gives 20,000 WTGs to be installed Services provided in the UK can be exported to the European and Global Market place

27 Services Required for the UK Market Foundation Fabrication and Installation Wind Turbine Generator Supply and Installation Substation Platform Supply and Installation Cable Supply and Installation both offshore and onshore Electrical infrastructure supply and commissioning both offshore and onshore Project Management and Engineering Port Services Installation Vessels Support Vessels – Standby and Crew Support Operation and Maintenance Services Civil engineering works for cable landings including HDD Cables Jointing and Testing Services Survey services Support services to all the activities identified above Technical, Operational and Marine Personnel

28 Where is the UK market going to get these services ? Presently the majority of the large value supply and services are coming from outside the UK This needs to be changed and a new offshore renewables industry created within this country by UK companies which can eventually be exported globally as we have done in the Oil & Gas sector

29 How do supply and service companies get into the Market There are no specific requirements from a regularity perspective with regards to getting into the market although having for example the Quality Certification ISO 9001 – 2000 would be an advantage but not having it is not a barrier to entry as your product and service is required in a supply and demand situation and this certification can be achieved at a later date Research the Internet as most of the developers have websites associated with each individual project they are involved in which identifies the key contacts with their organisation Get in contact with various associations like Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group, Subsea UK, Scottish Renewables, Scottish Enterprise and other UK Regional Agencies, Engineering Industries Council, British Wind Energy Association and the European Wind Energy Association as they can all assist from a supply chain perspective Attend Share Fares like this put on by Scottish Enterprise and the Crown Estates Attend conferences like the All Energy (Aberdeen in May 10) and the British Wind Energy Offshore Conference (Liverpool in June 10)

30 The Market Summary It is here now and we need majority UK content Requires Construction Supply and Service Companies both Onshore and Offshore Needs experienced Construction and Technical Personnel both Onshore and Offshore There is the opportunity to expand into Europe and Globally


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