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UTT GROUP B.V. KEY FEATURES 23 May 2011. TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive summary Milestones Services Clients / Key Projects Company overview May 2011.

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1 UTT GROUP B.V. KEY FEATURES 23 May 2011

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive summary Milestones Services Clients / Key Projects Company overview May 2011

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Leading position in the global petrochemical procurement market developed over a period of 20 years Global procurement with emphasis on Africa –Unique positioning with OPCO’s –Excellent track record on complex infrastructure projects UTT Services –Supply chain management and logistics –Indirect materials procurement –Project procurement services May 2011

4 MILESTONES 1990 UTT logistics B.V. (UTT) founded as spin off from Shell International Petroleum Maatschappij B.V. (SIPM) for the purpose of purchasing and supplying valve products for foreign Shell Operating Companies (OPCO’s) 1992 Management-buy-out by Bert Noorlander of UTT 1993 ISO9002 certified purchasing organization for the Petrochemical Industry 1999-2002 UTT expands its services to MRO Procurement and Warehousing 2000 UTT acquires DEON B.V., a software company involved in the development of applications for procurement activities, enabling stock analysis and development of intercompany ERP systems 2001UTT acquires Tecnorth Ltd (Tecnorth) in Ashford, UK expanding its reach in Africa 2006-2008Afam Okoloma Gas Plant and Pipelines project with a material purchasing value of approx. USD 130 million 2008Adjustment of business model towards hourly based gross margin 2009Incorporation UTT Procurement Nigeria Limited with several other investors May 2011

5 SERVICES (i)Supply Chain Management and Logistics Materials can be delivered via UTT warehouse process procedure. Materials are sourced, compared, purchased, paid and stored in UTT warehouses. Stock is replenished based on stock level analysis. At the conclusion of a contract/project clients obtain their stock by way of a buy back clause. UTT also consolidates materials purchased in a certain period for a specific client. Services could be charged based on a percentage, fixed price per activity executed etc. (ii)Indirect Materials Procurement For some clients UTT provides for the procurement of materials directly related to the product they produce. In example, UTT purchases all packaging materials (rappers, boxes etc.) for CPC (chocolate) in Ghana. If requested UTT sources, compares and analyses information in respect of available procurement options and provides the client with a proposal as to the most favorable arrangement. Clients may place orders themselves and UTT receives payment for work done, alternatively clients instruct UTT to place the required orders and UTT then takes care of the entire process. May 2011

6 SERVICES (iii) Project Procurement Services UTT undertakes all procurement and procurement related services of entire projects. UTT contracts specialists in the various disciplines and/or countries required for the project from its extensive network. UTT managers provide over all management and coordination of projects Disciplines offered: – Procurement – Project management – Desk expediting – Field expediting – Financial management – Compliance management – Logistics surveying – Preparing shipping documents – Document control – Project scheduling – Data management – Provision of software tools for project management and materials tracking May 2011

7 CLIENTS AFRICA Africa Nigeria –Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) –Shell Exploration & Production Nigeria (SNEPCO) –Nigeria LNG (NLNG) –Total Exploration & Production Nigera (TEPNG) –Desicon Engineering Nigeria Limited –IMPaC Oil & Gas Engineering Limited Kenya –Kenya Petroleum Refineries Limited (KPRL) –Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) Sudan –Khartoum Refinery Company (KRC) –El Obeid Refinery (ELO) –Sudan Petroleum Pipeline Company (SPPC) –Port Sudan Refinery (PSR) Ghana –Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) –Cocoa Processing Company (CPC) Algeria –ConocoPhillips Algeria Gabon –Shell Gabon May 2011

8 CLIENTS MIDDLE EAST / FAR EAST Middle East Dubai – –Total Oman – –Oman LNG – –Nadhira Saudi Arabia – –Saudi Aramco Shell Refinery Far East Brunei – –Brunei LNG – –Shell Brunei – –SHINBA Integrated Engineering Services Thailand – –PTT Aromatics and Refining Public Company Limited – –Thai Oil Public Company – – PTTEP / PTT Exploration and production Public Company Limited – –Thai Paraxylene Company Limited – –Star Petroleum Refining Co Ltd Philippines – –Shell Exploration & Production (SPEX) – –Phillippinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (RPH) Malaysia – –Shell Refining Company (MFR) May 2011

9 CLIENTS EUROPE Europe The Netherlands –Nuplex Resins B.V. The United Kingdom –Shell UK (Stanlow) May 2011

10 KEY PROJECTS Afam Okoloma Gas Plant Client: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Project description: The 240MMscf/d Okoloma Gas Plant and Pipelines scope of the Afam Integrated Project has been initiated to supply the base load gas requirement of the Afam Power Plants (190MMscf/d) and about 50MMscf/d swing supply to the Aluminum Smelting Company of Nigeria (ALSON – through the existing NGC manifold and pipeline). Started: 2006 Completed: 2008 U TT scope of work: – – Procurement of materials (USD 135,000,000) – – Project management – – Desk expediting – – Field expediting – – Financial management – – Compliance management – – Logistics surveying – – Preparing shipping documentation – – Document control – – Project scheduling – – Data management – – Provision of software tools for project management and material tracking Contract type: Reimbursable man hours expenses Man hours: 156,900 hours Afam Gas Receiving Facilities Client: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Project description: SPDC project to install new gas receiving facilities for the existing, NEPA owned, Afam V power station. Started: 2005 Completed: 2005 UTT scope of work: – – Procurement of material (EUR 5,900,00) – – Procurement of logistics services including five Antonov 124 charters (EUR 2,150,000) – – Consolidating of materials in UTT warehouse – – Pre-financing – – Document control Contract type: Cost-Plus – percentage for services and financing Man hours: 6,240 hours May 2011

11 KEY PROJECTS OML58 Upgrade Phase 1 Project Owner: Total Nigeria Exploration & Production Limited Client: Saipem, Ponticelli, Desicon consortium Project description: Increase capacity from 10,65 MMSCMD to 15,65 MMSCMD of marketable gas of the OML58 block, which is located some 75 Km North-West from Port Harcourt and comprises OGBOGU Flow Station, OBITE Treatment centre, OGBOGU Cluster, various clusters, well flow lines and pipelines Started: April 2009 Completed: ongoing U TT scope of work: – – Desk expediting – – Field expediting – – Inspection Coordination – – Inspection services – – Resident Inspectors at Dorman Long (Lagos), Nexans Kabelmetal (Lagos), Cameron Valves (Onne), Korea Heat Exchanger (Gunsan, Korea), William Hare (UK) Contract type: Reimbursable man hours expenses Man hours: 44,000 hours May 2011

12 KEY PROJECTS ODIDI NAG Client: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Project description: A SPDC Interim contract procurement of Long Lead Items (LLI) and Middle Lead Items (MLI) for the Odini NAG project. Started: 2004 Completed: 2005 UTT scope of work: – – Procurement of LLI and MLI items (EUR 6,725,00) – – Pre-financing – – Reimbursing expenses of SPDC staff visiting suppliers Contract type: Cost-Plus – percentage for services and financing Man hours: 5,200 hours FULA Client: El Obeid Refinery Company Project description: An El Obeid Refinery / Sudan Ministry of Energy and Mining project to install a fuel gas pipeline from El Obeid refinery to a tie-in with a Sudanese Pipeline Petroleum Company (SPPC) owned pipeline. Started: 2004 Completed: 2005 UTT scope of work: – – Procurement of pipeline, pump stations, metering system (GBP 1,200,000) – – Procurement of logistic services – – Trade financing services Contract type: Cost-Plus – percentage for services and financing Man hours: 1,200 hours May 2011

13 Offshore Gas Gathering System Client: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Project description: As part of the efforts to convert associated gas, which would have been previously flared, to profitable use, the project delivered two sets of offshore pipelines capable of delivering 1,200MMcf of gas to Nigeria LNG. Started: 2004 Completed: 2005 UTT scope of work: – – Procurement of materials (EUR 2,580,00) – – Procurement of logistic services (EUR 1,680,000) – – Consolidation of materials in UTT warehouse – – Pre-financing Contract type: Cost-Plus – percentage for services and financing Man hours: 2,130 hours KEY PROJECTS Bony NAG II Expansion project Client: Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Project description: A SPDC project to expand the capacity of the Bony Non-Associated GAS (BNAG) plant to fulfil the gas delivery commitment to NLNG Train 4. Started: 2003 Completed: 2005 UTT scope of work: – – Procurement of materials (EUR 8,340,000) – – Procurement of logistic services (EUR 1,000,000) – – Consolidation of material in UTT warehouse in the Netherlands – – Pre-financing Contract type: Cost-Plus – percentage for services and financing Man hours: 6,600 hours May 2011

14 SUPPLY CONTRACTS UTT has a frame agreement with SPDC for Valves –UTT is the agent for MRC Transmark for the valves agreement that Transmark has with Shell global UTT has frame agreements with SPDC for Flowline Hook-Up Kits UTT can provide agency or support letters to demonstrate that UTT is able to supply materials from: 1.Benteler (line pipe) 2.FB_Process Equipment BV (equipment) 3.Tyco Valves and Controls (valves) 4.Prosper Distribution LTD UK (bolts & nuts) 5.Dresser Masoneilan (valves) 6.Mercedes (ambulances) 7.Ferrostaal (flanges, fittings, pipe) 8.KPA (hot water systems) 9.Transmark (valves) 10.KC controls (instrumentation) 11.CROWCON (instrumentation) May 2011

15 COMPANY OVERVIEW Group structure and group companies Board of Directors Management team Head count staff May 2011

16 COMPANY OVERVIEW GROUP STRUCTURE AND GROUP COMPANIES Noorlander/Warning Holding B.V. UTT logistics contracts B.V. UTT logistics shared services B.V. UTT logistics projects B.V. UTT logistics international B.V. UTT logistics Nigeria B.V. UTT logistics/ Tecnorth Ltd. 100% UTT Group B.V. Golden Bend B.V July 2010

17 COMPANY OVERVIEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS Albertus Noorlander (1951) – Managing Director Bert Noorlander joined UTT logistics B.V. in 1991 as General Manager. Soon after he became a major shareholder and Managing Director of the UTT group through a management buy-out. He had many years of purchasing experience at several engineering companies, followed by management positions within the procurement departments of large petro-chemical industries. From 2006 till 2008 he also acted as General Manager of the Afam Procurement Joint Venture. Walter Thoen (1972) - Director Walter Thoen started working for UTT in 1992 as a software developer. After graduating in 1997 with a MSc degree in Computer Science from the Erasmus University Rotterdam he combined his work as software developer at Tecnorth Limited (UK) with a research position at Erasmus University Research Institute for Decision and Information Systems. In 2000 he rejoined the UTT group as IT Director. In 2005 he moved from the ICT department to the project procurement services department. Since 2006 he has been responsible as Project Procurement Manager and Project Expediting & Inspection Coordinator for the Afam Okoloma Gas Plant and OML58 Upgrade Phase 1 projects respectively. July 2010

18 COMPANY OVERVIEW MANAGEMENT TEAM Frans Flipse (1950) - Financial Manager for UTT group Frans Flipse has 39 years experience as financial controller in various profit and non-profit organizations of which 29 years at an international transport company. He joined UTT in 2007 as Financial Manager and he played a major role in restructuring the financial management of UTT during the financially turbulent years resulting from the discovery of fraud in the UK business. Jordi van Baarle (1977) – General Manager for UTT in the Netherlands Jordi van Baarle joined the logistics and expediting department of UTT in 1998 after completing his ‘International Trade’ education. In 2004 he became the manager of the logistics and expediting department. In 2008 he was promoted to the position of Procurement Manager. Jordi also holds a NIMA-A certificate from the Dutch Marketing Institute. Ian Ratheram (1963) – General Manager for UTT in the U.K. Ian Ratheram joined Tecnorth Limited in 1997 after serving for many years in the Royal Air Force. During his military career his role was in supply and movements. He joined Tecnorth as a buyer and he became responsible for the e- procurement activities of Tecnorth Limited. After the takeover of Tecnorth Limited he became senior buyer at UTT logistics/Tecnorth Limited and currently he is responsible for the U.K. office as Procurement Manager. Pete Smith (1950) - General Manager UTT Procurement Nigeria Limited (not part of UTT group B.V.) Pete Smith has 32 years experience working in the Contracts & Procurement division of Shell. He held the position of Procurement Manager for SPDC Western Division for 5 years and he was the SPDC Afam Procurement Representative for 2 years. He also worked 2 years for Total Nigeria and 3 years for a SCM training company July 2010

19 COMPANY OVERVIEW HEAD COUNT STAFF CountryPay rol FTE Contract FTE The Netherlands8 The U.K5 Ghana1 Nigeria108 Total248 July 2010


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