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1 1 NABC Business Forum Houston, Texas June 29, 2006 Panel Session 3A Sanjeev Kapur Senior Executive Director Sanjeev Kapur Senior Executive Director NABC Business Forum Houston June 29, 2006

2 2 India’s Energy Challenges – Doing Business in India Electric Power Consumption triples by 2025 –More Thermal Power –More Nuclear Power Transportation Energy Needs and Oil Consumption almost triples by 2025 –More refining/conversion capacity Demand for Petrochemicals grow inline with GDP Growth (average forecast of 5.5% till 2025) Shaw Stone & Webster as a partner –Technologies for Power, Refining and Petrochemicals –Full Service EPC Capabilities –Local presence (Mumbai), Full Service Capabilities Electric Power Consumption triples by 2025 –More Thermal Power –More Nuclear Power Transportation Energy Needs and Oil Consumption almost triples by 2025 –More refining/conversion capacity Demand for Petrochemicals grow inline with GDP Growth (average forecast of 5.5% till 2025) Shaw Stone & Webster as a partner –Technologies for Power, Refining and Petrochemicals –Full Service EPC Capabilities –Local presence (Mumbai), Full Service Capabilities

3 3 Agenda Shaw Corporate Profile Energy Picture for India and Emerging Economies Shaw Corporate Profile Energy Picture for India and Emerging Economies

4 4 Corporate Profile Name:The Shaw Group Inc. Headquarters:Baton Rouge, Louisiana NYSE Symbol: SGR FY2005 Revenue:$3.3 Billion FY2006 Revenue:$2.4 Billion (Six Months) Backlog:$7.6 Billion* Number of Employees:22,000 Websitewww.shawgrp.com Name:The Shaw Group Inc. Headquarters:Baton Rouge, Louisiana NYSE Symbol: SGR FY2005 Revenue:$3.3 Billion FY2006 Revenue:$2.4 Billion (Six Months) Backlog:$7.6 Billion* Number of Employees:22,000 Websitewww.shawgrp.com The Shaw Group is a global provider of engineering, procurement, construction, technology, design, fabrication, manufacturing, consulting, remediation, and facilities management services to clients in the energy, chemical, environmental, infrastructure and emergency response markets. *As of 02/28/06

5 5 Fabrication & Manufacturing Industry’s most advanced induction and cold bending technology Largest supplier of fabricated piping systems in the U.S. Fabrication facilities in the U.S., China, Mid-East, South America & U.K. Structural Steel fabrication Modules/skid fabrication and assembly The Shaw Group Capabilities Steel Structural Steel Plate Fabrication Ducts, Stacks, Pressure Equipment Modules & Skids 1,500 Tons/Month of Structural Steel 30+ Acres Laydown/Temp Storage Construction Grassroots Construction Capital Improvement Projects Retrofit / Debottlenecking Multiple Small Capital Projects Large Capital Construction Program Construction Management Maintenance Total plant maintenance Reliability engineering Major plant turnarounds and outages All craft disciplines Largest nuclear maintenance contractor in the U.S. Environmental & Infrastructure Environmental Consulting/engineering Remediation / Lifecycle Management Vulnerability assessment Emergency Response Infrastructure planning, engineering and maintenance. Off-Site Pre-Assembly 60-Acre Facility 2,000 Ton Loadout Capability Process Structures Pipe Racks Production Modules Equipment Fabrication Energy - Power Fossil (gas, oil, coal) Nuclear Hydroelectric Geothermal Renewable Source (methane, wind, biomass) Transmission Chemical - Process Refining Chemicals and Polymers Olefins Proprietary Equipment

6 6 Energy & Chemicals Energy Services Provided Full service engineering, design, procurement, and construction –New units –Restarts and retrofits –Coal-fired –Nuclear –Gas-fired –Hydroelectric –Alternative fuels Project management Construction management Retrofits-FGD “Scrubbers” Transmission and distribution Consulting and feasibility studies Modularization Energy Services Provided Full service engineering, design, procurement, and construction –New units –Restarts and retrofits –Coal-fired –Nuclear –Gas-fired –Hydroelectric –Alternative fuels Project management Construction management Retrofits-FGD “Scrubbers” Transmission and distribution Consulting and feasibility studies Modularization

7 7 Energy & Chemicals Chemicals Services Provided Engineering, procurement, construction Project and construction management Proprietary olefin technologies –35% of world’s incremental ethylene production capacity since 1995 Proprietary FCC and other refining technologies Badger petrochemical projects –Cumene –Ethylbenzene –Styrene –BPA Derivative Polymer Expertise Consulting and feasibility studies Chemicals Services Provided Engineering, procurement, construction Project and construction management Proprietary olefin technologies –35% of world’s incremental ethylene production capacity since 1995 Proprietary FCC and other refining technologies Badger petrochemical projects –Cumene –Ethylbenzene –Styrene –BPA Derivative Polymer Expertise Consulting and feasibility studies

8 8 Recent Major Projects Refining – Resid FCC Technology IOCL Gujarat IOCL Haldia IOCL Barauni IOCL Panipat Petrochemicals – Ethylene Plants IPCL Gandhar Reliance Hazira GAIL Auraiya IPCL Nagothane Polymers IOCL Panipat Reliance Hazira Refining – Resid FCC Technology IOCL Gujarat IOCL Haldia IOCL Barauni IOCL Panipat Petrochemicals – Ethylene Plants IPCL Gandhar Reliance Hazira GAIL Auraiya IPCL Nagothane Polymers IOCL Panipat Reliance Hazira

9 9 Agenda Shaw Corporate Profile Energy Picture for India and Emerging Economies Shaw Corporate Profile Energy Picture for India and Emerging Economies Note: Energy data interpreted and taken from International Energy Outlook 2005 Report published by Energy Information Administration. DOE/EIA-0484(2005)

10 10 Energy Consumption

11 11 Energy – Emerging Economies

12 Energy Comparison Energy Consumption, Quads Percent of Total World Consumption Percent of World Population India China USA Total World411.5

13 13 India – Energy Consumption ProjectedRemarks Total Consumption13.830Industrial Sector Growth Total Electric Power, billion kwh Power Plants Transportation Quads Refining Capacity Natural Gas, Trillion Cuft Infrastructure and Develop. Oil, Thousand BPD Exploration and Refining Nuclear Power, billion kWh Nuclear Power Plants

14 14 Summary India is a rapid emerging economy –Continued Privatization of State Enterprises –Free Market Policies –Average Annual GDP Growth 5.5% over next 19 years Shaw Stone & Webster as a partner –Supplied Technologies/Services for Refining/Petrochemical Projects in India –Energy Efficient Technologies for Power, Refining and Petrochemicals –Full Service Local Capabilities (Mumbai) India is a rapid emerging economy –Continued Privatization of State Enterprises –Free Market Policies –Average Annual GDP Growth 5.5% over next 19 years Shaw Stone & Webster as a partner –Supplied Technologies/Services for Refining/Petrochemical Projects in India –Energy Efficient Technologies for Power, Refining and Petrochemicals –Full Service Local Capabilities (Mumbai)

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