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9-Nov-08 Rev. 0 1 “Providing experience and excellence to the oil and gas industry.” COMPANY PROFILE Strictly Private & Confidential
9-Nov-08 Rev. 0 2 Strictly Private & Confidential INTRODUCTION LIKPIN LLC is registered in Dubai engaged in offshore pipelay, marine construction, services, vessel and project management for the offshore oil and gas industry. LIKPIN has a branch office in Jakarta, servicing past and potential near term projects in Indonesia. The principals and senior management of LIKPIN are all offshore construction and project management professionals. These professionals are supported by planning engineers, cost control engineers, designers, welding and quality control specialists. Likpin’s office facilities are fully equipped with computers and standard design software, which allow Likpin to provide clients with first class service. LIKPIN have been involved in many projects for offshore pipeline installations in Iran, Qatar, India and Indonesia. “Providing experience and excellence to the oil and gas industry.”
9-Nov-08 Rev. 0 3 Strictly Private & Confidential HISTORY LIKPIN LLC (Dubai) was founded in 2003 as a provider of operational, project and logistics services to the offshore construction industry, to companies such as Hyundai Heavy Industry, Seaway Heavy Lift, Total, Sembawang and others. We have supported the transportation of Balal project (Total Fina Elf Dubai) partially procurement for SOME Singapore their job in Qatar, supporting Seaway Heavy Lift (Netherland) in the region for all their job. LIKPIN purchased for its own account from PT Komaratim - Indonesia (subsidiary of Stolt Offshore) the offshore pipelay vessel Annette and ROV-Hydrographic Survey vessel M/V Seaway Pioneer. These activities were initially were initially performed under the trading name Atlas Maritime LLC, but because of conflict between UAE (Dubai) Trade License activity description and the expanding activities of the company, it was necessary to form a new entity with appropriate activity description. LIKPIN was commissioned to source marine construction equipment in the world market for others, and in doing so purchased for its own account from PT Komaratim - Indonesia (subsidiary of Stolt Offshore) the offshore pipe lay vessel Annette and ROV- Hydrographic Survey vessel M/V Seaway Pioneer. These vessels were repositioned to the Middle East in 2004 and formed the foundation for an offshore EPC (Engineering Procurement Construction) business. The first project was a sub-contract from Comacoe Survey of India to provide the M/V Likpin Pioneer (ex M/V Seaway Pioneer) to perform the pipeline route survey for the Dolphin Gas Pipeline, which now links Qatar and the UAE. The second project was a sub-contract from IOEC of Iran for the installation of 27 sub sea pipelines in the Salman Field, offshore Iran. During this same time LIKPIN Time Chartered the 250 man Accommodation Vessel Aboozar 81 from IOEC of Iran, upgraded and spot charted into the Middle East market to companies such as NPCC, Total, Elf, Zhaker Marine and others. Also in 2004, LIKPIN identified to IOEC of Iran, and opportunity to acquire a new world class pipe lay vessel, the DP3 JASCON 5, then under fit-out -out in Singapore.
9-Nov-08 Rev. 0 4 Strictly Private & Confidential HISTORY Acting on behalf of IOEC, LIKPIN negotiated a 5 Year Charter – Purchase Agreement, with Jascon 5 its Owners, the Seatrucks Group, and subsequently acted for IOEC during sea trails, and hand-over, crewing and commissioning. Arrangement was then made with IOEC to allow LIKPIN to perform their sub-contract pipe lay program in Salman Field with the Jascon 5, and to charter the vessel to bid other work in the Middle East and elsewhere. However prior to that project LIKPIN were awarded another EPC contract with QPD (Cosmo Oil – Japan), to lay 70KM pipelines and install 3 platforms 2 Power Cable, and Hot Tapping of 200 bar live main oil pipeline in Qatar for the Al Karaka Field Development, which was performed first Quarter of LIKPIN very successfully crewed and operated the vessel Jascon 5 on two significant projects, in the Middle East before handing over to IOEC in second quarter The Annette and M/V Likpin Pioneer were refurbished and sold. In 2006, Deep Offshore Technology (DOT), a subsidiary of Iran’s largest engineering organization, the Sadra Group, sought Likpin assistance to provide expatriate superintendents and operational support for their 400 ton Derrick Barge SAF 400 (formerly the Brunei Shell Mantorek) These services were then extended to provision of project management, vessel commissioning assistance for the DOT new build pipelay vessel PLB 132 to the Statoil-South Pars Phase 8 90 km x 32” DIA gas pipeline, and related works with their HLV 5000 (formerly McDermott Oceanic 5000). Likpin was at than time actively tendering projects in the Middle East and the Far East, including a 124 km x 36” DIA gas pipeline for CPC offshore Taiwan, and 146 km DIA 32” gas pipeline for PGN (PT Persusahaan Gas Negara), offshore Indonesia.
9-Nov-08 Rev. 0 5 Strictly Private & Confidential HISTORY LIKPIN in consortium with PT Rekayasa Industri (Partner for onshore and offshore approach), were awarded the 165 km x DIA 32” Gas Pipeline Project linking Sumatra and Java across the Sundra Strait, which was laid in 2006 and handed to PGN in June Likpin now has a permanent office in Jakarta. The company has performed major projects in Qatar, Iran and Indonesia, and tendered for large EPC projects in Taiwan, India, Iran, Thailand, Pakistan and Turkmenistan, etc. and continues to actively pursuing opportunity in the Far East and Middle East. In July 2008, the company achieved BS EN ISO 9001:2000 Accreditation, by Moody International. Company The principals and senior management of Likpin are all offshore construction and project management professionals. These professionals are supported by planning engineers, cost control engineers, designers, welding and quality control specialists. Likpin’s office facilities are fully equipped with computers and standard design software, which allow Likpin to provide clients with first class service. Projects QPD (Japan) Al-Karkara Development (Qatar) In 2005 Likpin was contracted to provide turnkey integrated construction marine services to the development of the Al-Karkara Field- Qatar in water depths ranging from 14 to 78 m which involved: Transporting and installing 3 - Jackets using drilled, grouted piles and reverse circulation techniques. Laying 78 km pipelines (8-10” Ø) involving NACE HIC hardness welding criteria. Transportation 18,000 tonnes, coated line ex Ras Al Khaimah UAE. Laying 14 km HV subsea power cables. One Hot Tap into an aged and live 20” Ø main oil line carry a significant potion of Qatar production.
9-Nov-08 Rev. 0 6 Strictly Private & Confidential HISTORY The work was largely performed Jascon 5, and was the first significant use of a dynamically positioned construction vessel in all modes structural – pipe lay – diving in the Middle East. As the maiden project for Jascon 5, the project also involved crewing and commissioning of the newly built vessel. Within 10 days of taking-over, the vessel laying in excess of 2 km per day The survey works was performed by the Likpin owned and operated M/V Likpin Pioneer (ex M/V Seaway Pioneer). Contract Value US$26 million IOEC – PEDCO Salman In-field Pipeline Project In 2004 IOEC awarded to Likpin a sub-contract for the laying of 27 in-field pipelines for the Salman Re-Development Project for by PEDCO (Petro Iran Development Company). The overall project comprised new gas lift facilities, new export gas facilities and a major export line gas pipeline to the Crescent Petroleum Mubarak Field in the UAE, and connection to Sharjah in UAE. Likpin were awarded installation of 24 in-filed gas lift pipelines 4-14” DIA, two new 20” DIA very heavy wall (28-36 mm) in-field high pressure gas flow-lines and one 36” DIA w/ 2” piggy back flare line, in water depths ranging meters. In Likpin undertook the pre-surveys, engineering, procurement related to this project which involved 240 live pipelines crossings, high H2S risk environment, and pipe wall thickness up to 28 mm involving NACE HIC hardness welding techniques.
9-Nov-08 Rev. 0 7 Strictly Private & Confidential HISTORY The main lay barge was Jascon 5. The project also involved the transportation of 14,000 tonnes of coated line pipe from the Port of Khorramshah. Project Value US$40 million Statoil South Pars Phase 8 (Iran) In May 2006 DOT commenced to sea trail and commission their new build pipe lay vessel PLB 132, its maiden project being the laying of 90 km x 32” DIA pipeline from Assalouyeh in Iran to the South Pars Field for Statoil South Pars Phase 8 Project. Likpin was commission to provide senior on-board crew (Superintendent, Chief Engineer, HSE Officer, Welding Engineer etc) and similar staff positions in the project office. These services extended to include the heavy lift program involving the vessel HLV PGN (PT Persusahaan Gas Negara) Sumatra to Java Gas Pipeline-Indonesia In 2006 Likpin LLC, in consortium with PT Rekayasa Industri of Indonesia was awarded the installation of a 148 km long 32” Ø gas pipeline linking the islands of Sumatra and Java, passing under the Sunda Straits, forming a major element of the Republic of Indonesia national gas grid. The project was Tendered on the basis of using the PLB 132 from DOT, but because of project delays, that vessel was not available, and agreement was reached with Hyundai Heavy Industries to charter their HD 60 (formerly the McDermott DLB 60 and the ETPM 1601). PT Rekayasa Industri performed the onshore and shore approach works and undertook the transportation of 180,000 tonne of coated line pipe ex-Bintan Island, Indonesia.
9-Nov-08 Rev. 0 8 Strictly Private & Confidential HISTORY Mahmoud Shourideh Managing Director Alan Roberts Business Development Manager Likpin undertook the main 116 km ocean transit, from southern Sumatra, across the Sunda Strait (deepest point 84 m) passing under one of the worlds major shipping lanes, through the Thousand Islands group (Palau Palau Seribui), crossing 27 sub-sea pipelines and cables, passing over 2 sub-sea escarpments and terminating on the Java coast, near Tanjung Krawang. The project involved above water tie-ins and each end and, some of the pipeline spans at the escarpment crossings involved hundreds of meters of unsupported spans, with clearance to seabed exceeding 15 m, requiring especially engineered steel structures. Shortly after the completion of the work, the area experienced a major seismic event, all of the support structures survived without incident. Contract Value US$165 million.
9-Nov-08 Rev. 0 9 Strictly Private & Confidential SALMAN - Iran QPD - Qatar PGN – Indonesia Value$40 million$24 million$154 million Main Client PEDCO (Iran)QPD (Japan)PGN (Indonesia) Role Sub-Contract (IOEC)PrimeConsortium (Rekayasa) Quantity-size –length 27 – 6”/36” – ~64 km3 – 6”/10” - 78 km1- 32” -142 km Water depth range27 to 48 m14 to 78 m11 to 86 m Other elements321 pipeline crossings ~19,000MT pipe transport 3 platforms 2 power cables 1 sub-sea hot tap ~14,000 MT pipe transport 27 pipeline crossings ~190,000 MT pipe transport EXPERIENCE