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1 Private & confidential GTB Invest ASA Creating a ship financing company on the OSE Presentation of Q Results – 17 February 2011

2 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 DISCLAIMER This Presentation has been produced by GTB Invest ASA (the “Company” or “GTB”) solely for use in connection with the Q figures and may not be reproduced or redistributed, in whole or in part, to any other person. This presentation is strictly confidential and may not be reproduced or redistributed, in whole or in part, to any other person. To the best of the knowledge of the Company and its board of directors, the information contained in this Presentation is in all material respect in accordance with the facts as of the date hereof, and contains no material omissions likely to affect its import. This Presentation contains information obtained from third parties. Such information has been accurately reproduced and, as far as the Company is aware and able to ascertain from the information published by that third party, no facts have been omitted that would render the reproduced information to be inaccurate or misleading. This Presentation contains certain forward-looking statements relating to the business, financial performance and results of the Company and/or the industry in which it operates. Forward-looking statements concern future circumstances and results and other statements that are not historical facts, sometimes identified by the words “believes”, expects”, “predicts”, “intends”, “projects”, “plans”, “estimates”, “aims”, “foresees”, “anticipates”, “targets”, and similar expressions. The forward-looking statements contained in this Presentation, including assumptions, opinions and views of the Company or cited from third party sources are solely opinions and forecasts which are subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual events to differ materially from any anticipated development. None of the Company or any of their parent or subsidiary undertakings or any such person’s officers or employees provides any assurance that the assumptions underlying such forward-looking statements are free from errors nor does any of them accept any responsibility for the future accuracy of the opinions expressed in this Presentation or the actual occurrence of the forecasted developments. The Company assumes no obligation, except as required by law, to update any forward-looking statements or to conform these forward-looking statements to our actual results. AN INVESTMENT IN THE COMPANY INVOLVES RISK, AND SEVERAL FACTORS COULD CAUSE THE ACTUAL RESULTS, PERFORMANCE OR ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE COMPANY TO BE MATERIALLY DIFFERENT FROM ANY FUTURE RESULTS, PERFORMANCE OR ACHIEVEMENTS THAT MAY BE EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED BY STATEMENTS AND INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION, INCLUDING, AMONG OTHERS, RISKS OR UNCERTAINTIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE COMPANY’S BUSINESS, SEGMENTS, DEVELOPMENT, GROWTH MANAGEMENT, FINANCING, MARKET ACCEPTANCE AND RELATIONS WITH CUSTOMERS, AND, MORE GENERALLY, GENERAL ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS CONDITIONS, CHANGES IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN LAWS AND REGULATIONS, TAXES, CHANGES IN COMPETITION AND PRICING ENVIRONMENTS, FLUCTUATIONS IN CURRENCY EXCHANGE RATES AND INTEREST RATES AND OTHER FACTORS. SHOULD ONE OR MORE OF THESE RISKS OR UNCERTAINTIES MATERIALISE, OR SHOULD UNDERLYING ASSUMPTIONS PROVE INCORRECT, ACTUAL RESULTS MAY VARY MATERIALLY FROM THOSE DESCRIBED IN THIS PRESENTATION. THE COMPANY DOES NOT INTEND, AND DOES NOT ASSUME ANY OBLIGATION, TO UPDATE OR CORRECT THE INFORMATION INCLUDED IN THIS PRESENTATION. No representation or warranty (express or implied) is made as to, and no reliance should be placed on, any information, including projections, estimates, targets and opinions, contained herein, and no liability whatsoever is accepted as to any errors, omissions or misstatements contained herein, and, accordingly, none of the Company or any of their parent or subsidiary undertakings or any such person’s officers or employees accepts any liability whatsoever arising directly or indirectly from the use of this document. By attending or receiving this Presentation you acknowledge that you will be solely responsible for your own assessment of the market and the market position of the Company and that you will conduct your own analysis and be solely responsible for forming your own view of the potential future performance of the Company’s business. This Presentation speaks as of 17 February Neither the delivery of this Presentation nor any further discussions of the Company with any of the recipients shall, under any circumstances, create any implication that there has been no change in the affairs of the Company since such date. 2

3 Private & confidential 17 February CONTENTS 1.HIGHLIGHTS 2.Q4 FIGURES 3.TRANSACTIONS 4.COMPANY OVERVIEW 5.MARKET UPDATE 6.Q&A

4 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 Change of direction and positioning for growth and expansion in new business areas HIGHLIGHTS  On 17 November 2010 GTB took delivery of YM Portland, a 4,414 TEU container vessel built in 2003  In February 2011 GTB entered into MOAs to purchase two 13,100 TEU container vessels from E.R. Schiffahrt in Hamburg for a total purchase price of USD 310 mill  GTB has sold all the shares in in its wholly owned subsidiary Global Geo Services AS, which holds the PC 2000 library  GTB has terminated a secondary guarantee of approximately USD 7 million entered into in connection with seismic transaction in 2008  The Board has resolved to call for an extraordinary general meeting to approve change of name to SinOceanic Shipping ASA and business objective  The container market has improved, while the tanker and dry bulk markets have weakened  Q EBITDA for consolidated continued operation in GTB was USD 0.27 million (USD -6.0 million same period last year)  Cash position per 31 December 2010 of USD 12.6 million and interest bearing debt of USD 30.2 million 4

5 Private & confidential 17 February CONTENTS 1.HIGHLIGHTS 2.Q4 FIGURES 3.TRANSACTIONS 4.COMPANY OVERVIEW 5.MARKET UPDATE 6.Q&A

6 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 PROFIT & LOSS STATEMENT 6

7 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 BALANCE SHEET 7

8 Private & confidential 17 February CONTENTS 1.HIGHLIGHTS 2.Q4 FIGURES 3.TRANSACTIONS 4.COMPANY OVERVIEW 5.MARKET UPDATE 6.Q&A

9 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 ACQUISTION OF YM PORTLAND (former MS Amaranta) Key specifications  Built: 2003  Shipyard: Stocznia Gdynia, Poland  Delivery: 17 November 2010  Length: 286m  Beam: 32m  TEU: 4,414  Purchase price: USD 50.5 million  Employment: Time charter until 2019  TC party: Yang Ming Lines  Net TC rate: USD 25,740 per day  Technical management: Peter Doehle Shiffart 9 Vessel acquired at favorable terms yielding solid returns

10 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 ACQUISITION OF TWO 13,100 TEU CONTAINER VESSELS Key specifications  Built: Under construction  Shipyard: Hyundai Heavy Industries, Korea  Delivery: January and February 2012  Length: 366m  Beam: 48m  TEU: 13,100  Combined purchase price: USD 310 million  Employment: 15 year time charter  TC party: One of the top five container lines in the world  Net TC rate: USD 59,672 per day  Technical management: E.R. Schiffahrt GmbH & Cie. KG 10 Acquired vessels fit well into GTB’s business model and illustrates GTB’s ability to access high profile transactions Acquired vessels fit well into GTB’s business model and illustrates GTB’s ability to access high profile transactions

11 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 VESSELS SECURED ON LONG TERM CHARTER PARTIES  Acquired assets have secured long term employment  GTB with secured freight income of USD 745 million*  YM Portland on a time charter until 2019 at USD 25,740 per day (net)  Annual freight income of ~USD 9.5 million  The Hyundai vessels are secured on 15 year TC contract at USD 59,672 per day (net)  Annual freight income of ~USD 21.5 million per vessel 11 (*) Assuming that the purchase options for the Hyundai vessels are not exercised after 12 years

12 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 PAYMENT & FINANCING  The two 13,100 TEU container vessels shall be paid in 4 tranches  10% shall be paid within 10 working days after closing  2.5% shall be paid within 31 March 2011  2.5% shall be paid within 30 October  The remaining 85% of the purchase price is payable upon delivery of the vessels in January and February 2012  The pre-delivery payments are secured by bank guarantees  Pre-delivery payments to be financed from GTB’s largest shareholder  The loans are unsecured, without recourse to GTB  Interest rate at LIBOR + 3 % p.a., will be aggregated up until maturity of the loans  GTB needs to raise new debt and equity to finance the post-delivery portion of the purchase price for the vessels and to refinance the shareholder loans  Timing of capital raising will depend on the prevailing market conditions, but is contemplated to take place before the delivery of the vessels  HNA has issued a letter of undertaking pursuant to which HNA has committed to assist GTB in financing the post-delivery portion of the purchase price for the vessels 12

13 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 DIVESTMENT OF DATA LIBRARY  GTB divested its data library covering a part of the Iranian continental shelf (the PC 2000 library)  Trade or commercial relationship with Iran or assets/services relating to Iran is under international boycott, and is forecasted to remain so in the foreseeable future  International investors skeptical to Iranian assets  Seismic no longer core strategy of GTB  The sale price is insignificant reflecting the fact that the PC 2000 library has been recorded at no value in the consolidated balance sheet of GTB, and that the library in effect had no value 13

14 Private & confidential 17 February CONTENTS 1.HIGHLIGHTS 2.Q4 FIGURES 3.TRANSACTIONS 4.COMPANY OVERVIEW 5.MARKET UPDATE 6.Q&A

15 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 GTB INVEST IN BRIEF  GTB is a Norwegian Public Limited Liability Company incorporated under the laws of Norway  GTB Invest is listed on Oslo Stock Exchange with “GTB” as ticker  The BoD of GTB has resolved to call for an extraordinary shareholders meeting to approve change of company name to SinOceanic Shipping ASA  GTB aims to create the only ship financing company on the OSE  The Company shall invest in existing tonnage and resale of new building contracts with existing cash flow  Creating above average returns through a combination of attractive deals and leverage  Exploiting opportunities within a variety of segments  Main shareholder with substantial resources and long term strategy to build a sizeable shipping company within the Norwegian maritime cluster  Management with significant experience within the shipping industry and capital markets  “Lean and mean” organization primarily consisting of transaction and commercial expertise and some high level support staff, while cost driving operations will be outsourced  Objective to engage in cost efficient ownership, chartering and managing of vessels in the GTB fleet  Technical management is proposed outsourced to highly regarded and well reputable management companies 15 Organization structure: Oceanus Shipping AS SinOceanic I AS SinOceanic II AS GTB Invest ASA

16 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 COMPANY STRATEGY  Investment Strategy  Acquire modern and standard vessels with appreciation potential and charters attached  Flexible investment approach towards segments, however initial focus on container segment as it is still considered the most attractive in terms of asset prices  Identify the segments which at any given time provide the best risk reward ratio and watch out for and to exploit turning points in all markets  Dividend policy  Full dividend payout model within the limits of the Norwegian Public Limited Companies Act  Seek accretive deals at rates that provide a target minimum dividend yield  Future need for funding through issuance of new shares  Financial Strategy  Financial leverage from Chinese and Western banks  Publicly traded stock ensures liquidity and flexibility for investors – more than 3,400 shareholders 16

17 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 CORPORATE STRUCTURE AND GOVERNANCE  GTB can establish a tax exempt structure by entering the Norwegian Tonnage Tax regime  At present GTB is an ordinary taxed company, but is anticipated to be the holding company for a number of ship owning companies registered inside the tonnage tax regime  Alternative tonnage tax regimes will be evaluated either in combination with the Norwegian regime or as separate alternative structures  GTB has approx. NOK 965 million in tax losses carried forward which has limited value for the tax free shipping business, but may be used in the ordinary tax regime, provided such investments results in superior returns.  GTB will be managed and operated in accordance with Norwegian corporations law and best practice corporate governance 17 GTB Invest ASA Vessel SPV Board of Directors General Shareholder Meeting Corporate Structure:

18 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 EXPERIENCED TEAM  Management  Jan Håkon Pettersen – CEO  Garup C. Meidell – Deputy CEO  Morten Steen Martinsen – Technical Director  Board of Directors  Stewart Smith – Chairman  Svein Eggen  Anne Øian  Mari Thjømøe  Rebekka Glasser Herlofsen  Wen Jiang  Liu Liang 18

19 Private & confidential 17 February CONTENTS 1.HIGHLIGHTS 2.Q4 FIGURES 3.TRANSACTIONS 4.COMPANY OVERVIEW 5.MARKET UPDATE 6.Q&A

20 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 THE CONTAINER MARKET 20 Asia & Europe intra-regional demandChinese export trends Market balance (Q4 2010)Recent fleet developments Source: Viamar

21 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 THE CONTAINER MARKET 21 Timecharter forecasts Source: Viamar

22 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 THE TANKER MARKET 22 Large tanker market balanceOpec oil production Average earnings modernNet fleet growth (Q4 2010) Source: Viamar

23 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 THE BULK MARKET 23 Iron ore imports ChinaWorld steel production Total seaborne trade – met coal Source: Viamar

24 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 THE BULK MARKET CONT. 24 Dry bulk new ordersNet fleet growth Capesize dayrate forecastsDry bulk market balance Source: Viamar

25 Private & confidential 17 February CONTENTS 1.HIGHLIGHTS 2.Q4 FIGURES 3.TRANSACTIONS 4.COMPANY OVERVIEW 5.MARKET UPDATE 6.Q&A

26 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 Q&A 26

27 Private & confidential 17 February 2011 SHAREHOLDERS PER ShareholdersShares%Country 1OCEANUS INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT NOR 2GOLDMAN SACHS INT. – EQUITY GBR 3INAK 2 AS NOR 4SVELA EIENDOM AS NOR 5SKAGEN VEKST NOR 6VPF NORDEA SMB NOR 7HAUGNÆSS THOR KRISTIAN NOR 8TFR INVEST AS NOR 9MATSPECIALEN AS NOR 10JOHANSEN STIG JARLE NOR 11HAVTRÅL AS NOR 12PETTERSEN JAN HÅKON NOR 13RYKKEN ARNE NOR 14ANDERSEN LARS OLAV NOR 15MEIDELL CHRISTIAN GARUP NOR 16MIDDELBOE AS NOR 17PETTERSEN KÅRE NOR 18KROSBY ANETTE NOR 19SIX SIS AG CHE 20MP PENSJON PK NOR


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