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1 Ivens Consult 1 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 (1 st Quarter) Commitment to the mission: Local jobs, local contents and technology World outlook Brazilian economy Offshore investments Shipbuilding market Shipyards capacity

2 Ivens Consult 2 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Commitment to the mission: Local jobs, local contents and technology SINAVAL - Brazilian Union of Shipbuilding, Shiprepair and Offshore Industries Scene (perception): A projection of information from a physical environment

3 Ivens Consult 3 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 World outlook World slower growth estimate: 1% in 2009 World trade: vigorous value above US$ 24 trillions in exports Oil demand: up to millions barrels per day by 2030 (US Department of Energy)

4 Ivens Consult 4 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 World outlook Slower economic growth Source : Unctad * 4,0% 3,5%3,8% 2,7%2,5% 1,0%

5 Ivens Consult 5 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 World outlook Vigorous trade even with lower growth rates Source : Unctad Exports World Developed countries Developing countries Imports World Developed countries Developing countries US$ trillions

6 Ivens Consult 6 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 World outlook – oil demand World demand for petroleum: 2008 = 86.0 millions barrels of oil per day; 2015 = 95.6 millions barrels of oil per day; 2030 = millions of oil per day in Source: US Department of Energy (Energy Information Administration)

7 Ivens Consult 7 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian economy International Monetary Fund (IMF) Brazil evaluation: strong growth; implementation of sound macroeconomic policies; Year US$ trillions Growth rate % % % % 2008*2.5*2.0% 2009*2.5*0.5% * estimate GDP – Gross Domestic Product

8 Ivens Consult 8 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian economy International Monetary Fund (IMF) Brazil evaluation: reduction of public net debt-to-GDP ratios; building of international reserves International reserves

9 Ivens Consult 9 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian economy Trade surplus promoted the growth of international reserves YearExportsImportsSurplus US$ billions

10 Ivens Consult 10 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian economy Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Exports Imports US$ biPart. US$ bi %Latin America15.8% %US7.2% %Western Europe3.0% %European Commun.20.9% %Asia27.1% %Middle West3.6% %Africa9.1%15.7

11 Ivens Consult 11 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) The golden triangle of deepwater, namely Africa, the Gulf of Mexico and Brazil, will account for nearly 75% of global expenditure.

12 Ivens Consult 12 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Latin American activity ( investments of US$ 29 billion) is dominated by Brazil and, given the potential of the countrys presalt reserves, this is likely to remain the case for some time.

13 Ivens Consult 13 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) E & P investments:

14 Ivens Consult 14 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Royal Dutch Shell

15 Ivens Consult 15 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Shell portfolio: BC-10 field to start production operations in 2009 BS-4 field in exploration Royal Dutch Shell

16 Ivens Consult 16 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão)

17 Ivens Consult 17 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Frade oilfield in Brazil to produce first oil in 2nd Q 2009 Chevrons first subsea development in Brazil and FMC's most complete scope for an overall subsea system in Brazil

18 Ivens Consult 18 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) BG Group developing oil & gas fields at the Santos basin

19 Ivens Consult 19 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) BG Group: three discoveries within the BM-S-11 concession area. Iara Tupi Tupi Sul Concession stakeholders: BG Group = 25% Petrobras = 65% Galp Energia = 10%

20 Ivens Consult 20 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian offshore outlook Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) OGX: Four basins, 22 blocks. Four drilling rigs hired to start exploration in Drilling program: 51 wells up to 2013 Appraisal of exploration blocks: 4.8 billions barrels of oil equivalent (boe) of net risked prospective resources, assuming an average success probability of 27%;

21 Ivens Consult 21 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Petrobras Business Plan Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Petrobras Global E&P scene

22 Ivens Consult 22 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Petrobras Business Plan Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Investments of US$ 47.9 billions are 77% in E & P

23 Ivens Consult 23 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Petrobras Business Plan Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Petrobras local content policy

24 Ivens Consult 24 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Petrobras Business Plan Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão)

25 Ivens Consult 25 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding market Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Tankers for Transpetro Program order Quant. / typeTWD millions status Promef I23 tankers2.7Hired Promef II23 tankers 1.3Hiring in process Total46 tankers4.0

26 Ivens Consult 26 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding market Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) E&P equipments for Petrobras Order Quant. / typeOperation fieldstatus Production platform 2 semi-subs P-55 P-56 Campos Basin P-55 – Roncador P-56 – Marlim Sul Hired Platform 1 fixed platform for gas production Mexilhão Hired Total 3

27 Ivens Consult 27 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding market Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) E&P equipments for Petrobras OrderQuant. / typeOperation fieldstatus Platforms & FPSOs 8 new platforms planned P-57 – Jubarte P-61 and P 63 – Papa-Terra P-62 – Roncador other four on design Ready to start bids Planned Drill-ships28Depths over 2,000 m Bids on 2013 Total36

28 Ivens Consult 28 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding market Fonte: ONU / Unctad (* previsão) Ships for contract service for Petrobras OrderQuant.TWBstatus VLCC tankers2 ships (300,000 TDW each) 600,000Hired / under construction Supply vessels 146 ships (2,000 TWB each) 292,000Hiring in process Total148 ships892,000

29 Ivens Consult 29 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding market Promef I – tankers for Transpetro (hired) ShipyardType of constructionContract date EAS – Estaleiro Atlântico Sul 10 SuezmaxJanuary 2007 EAS5 AframaxNovember 2008 EISA4 PanamaxDecember 2008 Mauá4 productsNovember 2007

30 Ivens Consult 30 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding market Promef II – tankers for Transpetro (hiring) Lot A – 20 shipsType of construction Lot 14 Suezmax (DP – Dinamic Positioning) Lot 23 Aframax (DP) Lot 33 light products ships (45,000 metric tons) Lot 45 ships (3 light, 2 dark products - 30,000 metric tons) Lot 52 semi-pressure and gas tankers (12,000 m3) Lot 63 pressure gas tankers (4,000 m3) Lot B – 3 ships3 bunker ships

31 Ivens Consult 31 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Conclusions Brazilian Economy Sound macroeconomic practices. International trade is only 15% of GDP – room for growth and expand merchant fleet. High International reserves assure financing for main projetcts.

32 Ivens Consult 32 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Conclusions Brazilian shipbuilding market Financing is assured: Marine Merchant Fund (FMM), under the Ministry of Transports, assures financing for shipbulding. US$ 10.5 billions financing alocations since 2003.

33 Ivens Consult 33 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Conclusions Brazilian shipbuilding market Shipyards orderbook (hired and planned): 4.8 millions TDW up to 2015.

34 Ivens Consult 34 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Conclusions Brazilian offshore market Douglas Westford sees Brazil pre-salt discoveries as the largest in the world, now. All major oil & gas companies are engaged in E&P investiments.

35 Ivens Consult 35 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Conclusions Brazilian domestic oil production source: Petrobras - millions b/day

36 Ivens Consult 36 Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity28 Shipyards in Brazil - largest yards 570,000 tons / year Steel throughput 4.7 millions of m² Total area 19 Dry or floating docks 22Slipways 43 Outfitting quays

37 Ivens Consult 37 SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Projects typesShipyards FPSO, semi- submersible, modules and drill-ships BrasFels; Mauá; Atlântico Sul; Rio Grande; QUIP; UTC; SRD; Setal; Mac Laren; Estaleiro da Bahia Oil tankers, products and gas carriers Eisa; Atlântico Sul; Mauá; Sermetal; Itajaí; Rio Nave; Renave-Enavi Container ships and bulk carriers Eisa; Atlântico Sul; Mauá; Rio Naval; Itajaí; Rio Nave; Renave-Enavi Platform supply vessels, towboats, barges, flatboats, etc. STX; Aliança; Wilson, Sons; Navship; TWB; Detroit; Inace; Rio Maguari; Superpesa; Cassinú; Transnave; São Miguel; Estaleiro da Bahia Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

38 Ivens Consult 38 Shipyards StateSteel (thousand tons / year) Area (thousand m²) DocksSlipwaysQuay side BrasFelsRJ EisaRJ MauáRJ SermetalRJ Atlântico SulPE1601, Rio GrandeRS AkerRJ AliançaRJ Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity

39 Ivens Consult 39 Shipyards StateSteel (thousand tons / year) Area (thousand m²) DocksSlipwaysQuay side Wilson, SonsSP UTCRJ Renave-EnaviRJ InaceCE ItajaíSC SRDRJ SuperpesaRJ São MiguelRJ TransnaveRJ SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

40 40 Shipyards StateSteel (thousand tons / year) Area (thousand m²) DocksSlipwaysQuay side Rio NaveRJ NavshipSC TWBSC DetroitSC Rio MaguariPA CassinúRJ Mac LarenRJ Estaleiro da Bahia BA QUIPRS SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

41 Ivens Consult 41 BrasFels shipyard Rio de Janeiro – RJ Ships up to 600,000 TDW Semi-submersible platforms FPSO integration Platform supply vessels Total area: 410,000m² 3 Slipways 1 Dry dock 1 Gantry crane for 660 tons 7 Cranes 2 Outfitting quays Steel throughput : 50,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

42 Ivens Consult 42 EISA - Ilha S/A shipyard Rio de Janeiro – RJ Ships up to 200,000 TDW Platform supply vessels Total area: 150,000m² 2 Side slipway 15 Rolling bridges 2 Gantry cranes for 50 tons 6 Cranes 3 Outfitting quays Steel throughput : 52,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

43 Ivens Consult 43 Mauá shipyard Niterói – RJ Ships up to 100,000 TDW Semi-submersible platforms FPSO integration Platform supply vessels Total area: 334,000m² (3 units) 1 Slipway 1 Modules site 1 Yard / load-out quay 1 Dry dock 1 Sheerlegs for 2,000 tons 6 Cranes 4 Outfitting quays Steel throughput : 36,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

44 Ivens Consult 44 Sermetal shipyard Rio de Janeiro – RJ Ships up to 400,000 TDW FPSO integration Total area: 400,000m² 2 Dry dock (1 with 350m) 6 Cranes 4 Outfitting quays Steel throughput : 60,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

45 Ivens Consult 45 Atlântico Sul shipyard Suape – PE Ships up to 500,000 TDW Semi-submersible platforms FPSO integration Platform supply vessels Total area: 1,500,000m² 1 Dry dock of 400m 2 Slipways 4 Cranes 2 horizontal transporters blocks – 300 tons 2 Goliath Gantry cranes (1,500 tons) 2 Outfitting quays (700m) Steel throughput : 160,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

46 Ivens Consult 46 Setal Óleo & Gás Niterói – RJ Platforms modules construction and integration SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

47 47 BAHIA shipyard (OAS, SETAL and Piemont) Maragogipe - BA SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry Steel throughput : 110,000 tons/ year Semi-submersible platforms FPSO integration Offshore vessels (PSV & AHTS ) Total area: 1,000,000m² Gantry crane of 1,300 tons Dry dock with two floating gates Several port cranes (75 to 150 tons) Horizontal transport of loads with 600 tons of capacity. Outfitting quays : 700m and 350m (water depth: 12m).

48 Ivens Consult 48 Rio Grande shipyard Rio Grande – RS Platforms (FPSO, semi-submersible and Spar) Total area: 100,000m² 1 Dry dock (130x140m) 1 Slipway 1 Gantry crane for 600 tons 1 Outfitting quay Hydraulic carts of 400 tons Intermediate flood-gate Steel throughput : 30,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

49 Ivens Consult 49 STX Offshore shipyard Niterói - RJ Platform supply vessels Total area: 120,000m² 1 Flotation dock (150m x 24.7m) Cranes (up to 250 tons) 1 Slipway 1 Outfitting quay (300m) Steel throughput : 15,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

50 Ivens Consult 50 Aliança shipyard Niterói - RJ Platform supply vessel Total area: 61,000m² Cranes (up to 60 tons) 2 Outfitting quays (100m each) 1 Slipway (3,000 tons /10,000 TDW) Steel throughput : 10,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

51 Ivens Consult 51 Wilson, Sons shipyard Guarujá - SP Platform supply vessels Total area: 22,000m² Cranes and Gantry crane 1 Outfitting quay 1 Slipway 1 Dry dock (205m x16m) Steel throughput : 10,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

52 Ivens Consult 52 UTC shipyard Niterói - RJ Assembly and integration of platform modules Total area: 112,000m² Cranes 2 Load-out quays SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

53 Ivens Consult 53 Renave-Enavi shipyard Niterói - RJ Ships up to 80,000 DWT. Total area: 200,000m² Cranes Outfitting quays 2 Flotation docks Almirante Alexandrino (215m ) José Rebelo (70m) 2 Dry docks Henrique Lage (184m ) Orlando Barbosa (136m) Steel throughput : 40,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

54 Ivens Consult 54 Inace shipyard Fortaleza - CE Fishing ships Patrol ships for Navy Yatches Platform supply vessels Area: 180,000m² 1 Slipway / platform embarkation elevation (80m) 1 Outfitting quay Steel throughput : 15,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

55 Ivens Consult 55 Itajaí shipyard Itajaí - SC Ships (up to 30,000 TDW) Platform supply vessels Total area: 177,000m² Cranes Rolling bridges Slipway (200m) Outfitting quay Steel throughput : 15,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

56 Ivens Consult 56 SRD shipyard Angra dos Reis - RJ Semi-submersible platforms Integration and load-out Platform supply vessels Total area: 85,000m² Cranes Rolling bridges Slipway Floating dock (76m x 29m) 2 Outfitting quays Steel throughput : 15,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

57 Ivens Consult 57 Superpesa shipyard Rio de Janeiro - RJ Platform supply vessels Area: 96,000 m² 1 Slipway 1 Outfitting quay Steel throughput : 10,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

58 Ivens Consult 58 Transnave shipyard Rio de Janeiro - RJ Platform supply vessels Total area: 15,000m² Slipway Outfitting quay Steel throughput : 6,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

59 Ivens Consult 59 Rio Nave shipyard Rio de Janeiro - RJ Merchant ships (up to 100,000 TDW) Platform supply vessels Total area: 95,000m² 2 slipways 4 Outfitting quays 2 Piers 15 Cranes Steel throughput : 48,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

60 Ivens Consult 60 Navship shipyard Itajaí - SC Merchant ships (up to 100,000 TDW) Platform supply vessels Total area: 175,000m² 1 Slipway 2 Outfitting quays Cranes and Gantry crane Steel throughput : 15,000 tons/ year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

61 Ivens Consult 61 TWB shipyard Itajaí - SC Platform supply vessels Towboats (port support) Fishing ships Ferry-boats Total area: 78,000m² 1 Slipway 1 Outfitting quay Steel throughput : 10,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

62 Ivens Consult 62 Detroit shipyard Itajaí - SC Platform supply vessels Towboats (port support) Fishing ships Ferry-boats Total area: 90,000m² 1 Elevatory dock Outfitting quay 3 Cranes 2 Transfer cars Steel throughput : 10,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

63 Ivens Consult 63 Rio Maguari shipyard Belém – PA Ships for waterway navigation, utility offshore tugs and barges Platform supply vessels Total area: 120,000m² 2 Dry docks Steel throughput : 6,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

64 Ivens Consult 64 Cassinú shipyard São Gonçalo – RJ Platform supply vessels Total area: 30,000m² 1 Dry dock 1 Flotation dock 1 Outfitting quay Steel throughput : 6,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

65 Ivens Consult 65 Mac Laren shipyard Niterói – RJ Platforms integration Total area: 30,000m² 1 Outfitting quay 1 Dry dock (planned) Steel throughput : 6,000 tons / year SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

66 Ivens Consult 66 QUIP Rio Grande – RS Platforms modules construction and integration Total area: 70,000m² SINAVAL – Scene 2009 Brazilian shipbuilding capacity Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry

67 SINAVAL Av. Churchill, 94, 2º andar – Conj. 210 a 215 – CEP – Rio de Janeiro, RJ Tel.: (21) / – Fax: (21) / Contact: / Strategic Communication Consultancy Ivens Consult / Ivan Leão – Brazilian Shipbuilding Industry 67


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