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Opportunities with AMEC

November 2010

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Background information on AMEC Current work and opportunities How to do business with AMEC Key Contacts

AMEC at a glance

FTSE 100 company Revenues Employees

Market cap* c.£3.6 billion Over £2.5 billion c.23,000 worldwide Over 7,900 in UK

Net cash at 31 December 2009 Countries

£743 million Over 40

Delivering Operational Excellence

*As at the close, 1st November 2010

Total life of asset services

Services focused on designing, managing the delivery of, and maintaining strategic and complex assets

Our vision is to be the leading supplier of high-value consultancy, engineering and project management services to the world's natural resources, nuclear, clean energy, water and environmental sectors

Europe & West Africa- Part of a Global Business

Chief Executive Chief Executive Samir Brikho Samir Brikho

Chief Operating Chief Operating Officer Officer Neil Bruce Neil Bruce

Managing Director Managing Director Natural Resources Natural Resources Europe & West Europe & West Africa Africa John Pearson John Pearson

President President Natural Natural Resources Resources Americas Americas Simon Naylor Simon Naylor

President President Growth Growth Regions Regions Tony Cruddas Tony Cruddas

President President Power & Power & Process Process Americas Americas Tim Gelbar Tim Gelbar

President President Power & Power & Process Process Europe Europe Mike Saunders Mike Saunders

President President Earth & Earth & Environmental Environmental Richard Jenkins Richard Jenkins

Operations

Greenfield Projects Alan McLean

Brownfield

Operations Management Mike Horgan

BD / strategy / SRM Sandy Clark

Finance Colin Fleming

Alan Johnstone

Europe & West Africa Management Team

Oil & Gas and Oil Sands

Mining & Metals

Nuclear

Power

Transmission & Distribution

Renewables & Bioprocess

Government

Transportation/ Infrastructure

Water 7

High-value services in core sectors

Oil & Gas and Oil Sands

Oil & Gas & Metals Mining and Oil Sands

Nuclear

Conventional Power

Renewables

Bioprocess

Transmission & Distribution

Government

Transportation/ Infrastructure

Water

Strong scaleable positions

Working towards full compliance with the Supply Chain Code of Practice to...

· Improve performance · Eliminate unnecessary costs · Add value and boost competitiveness In support of the Code, our preferred suppliers are registered with FPAL. For more information or to register your company go to www.FPAL.com

In addition, we are also signed up to PILOT Forward Workplan A web-based information-sharing website to provide up to date information on business opportunities for the Supply Chain.

Visit the FPAL website to see our information online:

www.achilles.com/en/FPAL/ - Then click on `Forward Workplan'

What we look for in a supplier/sub contractor

1. ISO9001/29001 certification & OHSAS 18001 accreditation for products & services 2. HSE track record 3. Good performance feedback from customers and importantly AMEC 4. Sound technical competence and quality & competent personnel 5. Financial and commercial strength 6. Solid supply chain supporting the supplier 7. Alignment with AMEC and AMEC's customers' requirements 8. Aligned with AMEC's 12 Steps to Become a Great Customer program

EXCELLENCE

AMEC Supplier and Project Lists for International/Onshore Projects

Challenge of maintaining accurate supplier lists Supply market is constantly changing Conglomerate v Subsidiary Global Supplier for diverse business sectors Time consuming and expensive to accurately maintain Origin of Supplier Lists for EPCm Contracts Importance of Concept Study and FEED Phases Supplier List is usually a FEED deliverable for EPCm contractor base their tender on. Explain AMEC's current philosophy UK Offshore Project, First Point is used as the base. For international and onshore Projects, Amec will be developing a Global data base for 2011 from existing company data and from First Point where appropriate..

EXCELLENCE

Influence on Supplier Lists

Operators influence all Supplier Lists to different extents. Extent of involvement primarily depends on type of contract between Operator and Contractor The phase of the Project e.g. Study, FEED or EPCm execution. Fixed Price v Target Price v Reimbursable Culture of Operator Existing Agreements Operators have with Suppliers Early Supplier involvement to protect schedule Continuity of Suppliers for Brown Field Projects (Standardisation)

EXCELLENCE

Various FEEDs

Client and Project Details

Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) FEED Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) FEED AMEC prequalifying and tendering for 2 other UK Offshore FEEDs

Opportunities and Challenges

Potential major capital projects Schedule development Estimate production Long lead items

Useful Contacts

Supply Chain Manager: London Lead Darrell Benstead 0207 539 6917

BP Clair Ridge

Client and Project Details

BP Exploration Operating Company Partners:BP, Conoco Phillips, Chevron, Shell 2 offshore Platforms (1 Drilling and Production and 1 quarters and Utilities) 140m water depth First oil production Q4 2014

Opportunities and Challenges

Schedule drivers to secure production availability with suppliers for critical items Receiving early interface supplier data to mature design Monitoring the supplier's sub supply chain to ensure technical compliance Controlling costs in a heating up market Meeting deliverable requirements (equipment and documentation) of the major fabricators

Useful Contacts

Supply Chain Manager Project SCM Lead: Michael O'Hare 0207 650 4508 Project SCM Deputy: Les Dunmore 0207 650 4641

Ichthys Offshore Development Project

Client and Asset Details

Client: INPEX Browse Ltd Asset: Ichthys Contract duration: 18 months Scope: Main contractor for offshore FEED engineering

Opportunities and Challenges

40 year design life Largest semi-submersible in the world Permanently turret moored FPSO 875Km gas export pipeline to Darwin

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Useful Contacts

Supply Chain Manager Project SCM: Viv Bolton 0207 650 5061

Consult

Engineer

Procure

Construct

Operate

Maintain

Decommission

Joint Operation (JO) Central Gathering Unit Project (CGUP)

Client and Project Details

JO is the client ­ Kuwait Gulf Oil Company and Saudi Arabian Chevron Inc. Revamp Main Gathering Centres at Ratawi at Eocene to improve operational performance FEED Project with completion Q3 2011 ITT's to be developed for EPC tendering

Opportunities and Challenges

Adjacent plants receive crude with differing characteristics. Design required to accommodate differing supply Developing robust cost estimate in a market that is heating up Design must allow for upgrade to be implemented in the field with limited or no impact to production rates.

Useful Contacts

Supply Chain Manager Project SCM Lead: To Be Allocated in January 2011. D. Benstead to be contact in the interim

Xcite Energy Resources ­ Bentley Field

Client and Asset Details

Client: Asset: Xcite Energy Resources Ltd Bentley Heavy Oil field

Opportunities and Challenges

Major Capital Project Advanced heavy oil technology

Duration: 2010 commencement Scope: technical consultancy, engineering and project management for the well test programme and full field development in due course

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Supply Chain: 01224 291000 John Hutchins

Gateway Storage Project

Client and Asset Details

Client: Asset: Gateway Storage Company (Stag Energy) £600 million + Gateway offshore underground gas storage scheme

Opportunities and Challenges

Major Capital Project

22 Offshore Structures Onshore Gas Compression Station Pipelines & Sub Sea Power Cables

Duration: 2010 commencement Scope: FEED / PMC

Standardisation Economics 50 Year Design Life Simultaneous Offshore Implementation Activities

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Useful Contacts

Telephone: Supply Chain: 01224 291000 John Hutchins

Apache North Sea Ltd Project

Client and Asset Details

Client: Apache North Sea Ltd.

Opportunities and Challenges

Forties Alpha Brownfield Forties Bravo Switchboard Upgrade Forties Charlie Deep Gas Lift Project Forties Echo Switchboard Upgrade Forties Field Drilling Power Upgrade Forties Field Well Completion Program (flowlines) Partial Processing FEED

Assets: Apache Forties Field, (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie. Delta, Echo.) Duration: Variable Scopes: Engineering and Procurement to enhance existing facilities

Useful Contacts

Telephone : Projects: Supply Chain : 01224 291000 Colin O'Neill Alistair Arthur

Facilities Engineering

Clients and Asset Details

Clients & Assets: Marathon ­ Brae `A' Maersk ­ Curlew Bluewater ­ Blackbird South Hook LNG Terminal Company Ltd Duration: Variable Scopes: FEED, Engineering, Procurement, Fabrication & Construction

Opportunities and Challenges

Marathon: Maersk: Bluewater South Hook LNG: Compressor Study Curlew Upgrades Blackbird Upgrades Initial Studies

Useful Contacts

Telephone : 01224 291000 Projects: Ross Morris (Marathon Brae `A') Tom Reekie (Maersk Curlew FEED) Dave Dawson (Bluewater Blackbird) Rob Xerri (South Hook LNG) Supply Chain : Alistair Arthur

BG Group

Client and Asset Details

Client: Asset: Term: Scope: BG Group UK Upstream Assets 3 years + 2 year options EPCC and Project Management

Opportunities and Challenges

Contract spend £20 - 30M per year Hub development Various Greenfield and Brownfield developments in conceptual engineering

Useful Contacts

Switchboard Number Supply Chain: Engineering: Contract Manager: 01224 291000 Ron Finlay George Dunbar Bob O'Neil

BOL ­ E&C

Client and Project Details

Client: Asset: Term: Britannia Operator Ltd Britannia Platform five years

Opportunities and Challenges

Opportunities - :Piping Materials, Valves, Instrument and Electrical Bulks

Scope : Engineering, procurement and construction services for Brownfield modifications

Useful Contacts

Supply Chain: Telephone: Supply Chain: Telephone: Ralph Rawle 01224 291660 Rob Noble 01224 243974

AJS Integrated Services Contract

Client and Asset Details

Client: Asset: Term: Scope: ONEgas (Shell) Shell SNS UK and Dutch sectors 2013 with Extensions Maintenance, Engineering Modifications & Projects

Opportunities and Challenges

Annual Capex 80 - 120M Annual Opex 100M Immediate opportunities Bacton Rejuvenation,

Leman Upgrade Compression Project. Leman MRP Project, Den Helder Rejuvenation, ONEcal, SWEEP

Needs and issues

Flexibility, Innovation & Reliability

Useful Contacts

Supply Chain Graham Middleton [email protected] Technical Colin Savage (Great Yarmouth) & Andre Loriaux (Netherlands) [email protected] & [email protected]

Jasmine Development Project Client and Asset Details

Client: Asset: ConocoPhillips Jasmine Development Project

Opportunities and Challenges

Significant brownfield modifications on the Judy Platform to receive Jasmine reservoir fluids Modifications to primary process and Utility systems Collaborative integrated team approach between AMEC and ConocoPhillips Aggressive project execution schedule

Duration: 2010-2013 (currently in detailed design and procurement phase) Scope : Brownfield Modifications, Hook-up and Construction

Judy Riser Platform (JRP)

Useful Contacts

Telephone: 01224 291000 Graham Clarke George Morrison Supply Chain : Technical :

Jasmine Wellhead Platform (JWHP)

JADE

JRP Jasmine Living Quarters (JLQ) JLQ JASMINE JWHP

JUDY

Britannia Long Term Compression Project Client and Asset Details

Client: Asset: ConocoPhillips (Britannia Operators) Britannia Platform

Opportunities and Challenges

New module and major brownfield modifications carried out on an operational platform First deep water Mono-Column to be installed in the North Sea Collaborative integrated team approach between AMEC and ConocoPhillips

Duration: 2010-2013 (Currently in FEED phase) Scope : Mono-Column and Compression Module

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Supply Chain : Technical : 01224 291000 Alan Purkis Stuart Dixon

Forties Pipeline System

Client and Asset Details

Client: Asset: Scope: BP Forties Pipeline System Landline and Unity Project Management, Operations, Maintenance, Procurement, Subcontract services, Logistics, Quality Management, SSHE, Detail Design, Construction, Commissioning, Information Management

Opportunities and Challenges

Key UK Infrastructure 60+ pipeline entrants Uptime : >99.8% HSE : 12 years no LTI Cost efficiency Unity is a NUI

Useful Contacts

Switchboard Number

Forties Pipeline System

01224 291000 Sandra Reid

Supply Chain:

Dunlin Operations

Client and Asset Details

Client: Asset: Term: Scope: Fairfield Energy Dunlin 10 years Operational Duty Holder

Opportunities and Challenges

Spend: Operational - £28million

Prime Scope: O&M Offshore Support Services Opportunities: Currently being reviewed during Q4 2010

Useful Contacts

Switchboard Number Supply Chain: Engineering: Maintenance: Productions Operations: 01224 300500 Mike Hume Andreas Chrisophersen Bob Taylor Hugh Bennett

Decommissioning ­ Emerging Business

Client and Asset Details

ConocoPhillips Ekofisk Area Cessation Project Shell Brent Topsides Removal Studies Shell Brent Decommissioning Services (under tender)

Opportunities and Challenges

Innovative technologies Hazardous Waste Cleaning Hook-down, cutting, separation Cost efficiency

Useful Contacts

Switchboard Number Head of decommissioning 01224 291000 Roy Aspden

Decommissioning Supply chain Focal Point Patrick Shearer

Gas - Distribution

Client and Project Details

Client: National Grid and Wales & West Utilities Project: M1 Gas Alliance ­ 8 year programme of work Wales and West Utilities ­ 5 year programme of work Scope: Programme management, design verification, environmental assessments, consent management, asset replacement, asset repair and maintenance

WALES&WEST

UTILITIES

Opportunities and Challenges

M1 Gas Alliance ­ 8 year programme of work Wales and West Utilities ­ 5 year programme of work

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Commercial Director: Supply Chain: 01325 744400 Garry Morgan Lisa Bower

A Transmission Project ­ Electricity Alliance West

Client and Project Details

Replacement of ageing electricity transmission assets throughout the UK Working in an Alliance with National Grid, Mott MacDonald and Babcock Networks with joint management team Completion: March 2012 Scope: programme management, consultancy, engineering design, project and construction management, EPC project delivery

Opportunities and Challenges

National Grid operates 7000 km of overhead transmission lines and over 21,000 towers The majority of this system is ageing and requires refurbishment Changes to the way that power is supplied, moving demand centres and the move to sustainable energy provides challenges to the existing network

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Commercial Director: Supply Chain: 01325 744400 Garry Morgan Lisa Bower

West Burton gas-fired power station

Client and Project Details

Client: EDF Energy Project: circa £160m contract for West Burton gas-fired power station Scope: mechanical, electrical and instrumentation installation at EDF Energy's new 1,300MW Combined Cycle Gas Turbine (CCGT) power station at its West Burton site in Nottinghamshire, UK.

Opportunities and Challenges

EDF Energy will supply enough power to provide for the needs of around 1.5 million homes

Completion: August 2011

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Business Development: Supply Chain: 01325 7444000 Alan Vickers Lisa Bower

Major Projects - Gas Transmission and Storage

Client and Project Details

South Wales Expansion Project (National Grid) ­ I no. new build and modifications to 2 no. existing compressor stations, 2 stage EPC(M) HHF underground gas storage facility (EDF) Isle of Grain ­ Shorne pipeline(National Grid), 2 stage EPC(M)

Opportunities and Challenges

Programme management Proof of concept, FEED Environmental assessments Consent management Detail design Asset repair and maintenance Plant modifications Manage delivery of new build

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Commercial Director: Supply Chain: 01325 744400 Garry Morgan Lisa Bower

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Asset Support - Petrochemicals

Client and Project Details

INVISTA shutdown and maintenance framework Shell Stanlow tankage agreement Novartis ­ construction management for plant capacity expansion

Opportunities and Challenges

Consultancy and technical services Detail Engineering Project and Construction Management Engineer, procure, construct Management of plant shutdowns. Asset repair and integrated maintenance Plant modifications Tank Maintenance and Management

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Business Development: Supply Chain: 01325 744400 John Copping Lisa Bower

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A Petrochemical Project ­ Integrated Maintenance Systems at SABIC

Client and Project Details

Routine maintenance services across 3 major base chemical process plants on Teesside, north east England Completion: 2012 Scope: Mechanical Electrical & Instrumentation routine maintenance and overhauls, Fabrication/installation of installed components, Shutdown management services, Hazardous area inspections, Planning and scheduling services

Opportunities and Challenges

Successful TUPE transfer of existing workforce Successful transition with minimal disruption to ongoing maintenance service delivery. Positive impact on annual safety performance in delivery of maintenance services High level of innovation and improvement on site driven by an annual improvement cycle resulting in 40% reduction in non-value adding time

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Business Development: Supply Chain: 01325 744400 John Copping Lisa Bower

Asset Support - A Petrochemical Project ­ TOTAL LOR Framework

Client and Project Details

Client: Total Project: Shutdown framework Covering Total Lindsey Oil Refinery on Humberside Term: 2009 and 2011 major plant shutdowns

Opportunities and Challenges

Contract value: £30 Million Project management Planning and preparations Subcontractor management Resource engagement Material management Useful Contacts Telephone: Business Development: Supply Chain: 01325 744400 John Copping Lisa Bower

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Nuclear Projects

Client and Project Details

Sellafield ­ 5 year+, £22bn nuclear clean-up and decommissioning, refurbishment of an intermediate-level waste storage plant, as well as the design of an adjoining new building. Dounreay ­ £2.6bn nuclear clean-up and decommissioning EDF ­ 11 year EPC contract for four new EPR (European Pressurised water Reactor) nuclear reactors at Hinkley Point and Sizewell in the UK

Opportunities and Challenges

Excellent health and safety and quality record Demonstrated value engineering to maximise plant efficiency, minimise investment costs and reduce time to generate payback

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Business Development: Supply Chain: 01325 744400 John Copping Lisa Bower

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Major Projects Focus on Renewable Energy Markets

Client and Project Details

Prenergy biomass FEED study Yorkshire Forward carbon capture study IAEA carbon capture study Centrica offshore wind project Isle of Lewis Enbridge, Erie Shores

Opportunities and Challenges

specialist technical consulting, electrical and mechanical engineering as well as project and construction management.

Useful Contacts

Telephone: Business Development: Supply Chain: 01325 744400 Richard Hughes Lisa Bower

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Our 12 STEP PROGRAMME

In many ways we are defined by the performance of our own sources of supply and there is an overwhelming need to be supported by the very best suppliers and contractors. We know great relationships inevitably lead to great performance from our suppliers and the 12 steps in this programme will help us become a "great customer" and a skilled co-operator with our own supply chain.

FEEDBACK

INDUSTRY INITIATIVES

FAIR PRICING

FAIR TREATMENT

LOW MAINTENANCE

DISTANT HORIZONS

COMMUNICATE

PERSONAL BEHAVIOURS

QUALITY

COOPERATE

A3 Anticipate Act Advise

DARE TO BE DIFFERENT

What to do next

AMEC House, Yarm Road, Darlington, DL1 4JN

Lisa Bower Supply Chain Manager Power & Process Europe [email protected]

For more information

Find out more at amec.com Our website is constantly updated with the latest company news, features and events.

Important information

Certain statements in this presentation are forward looking statements. By their nature, forward looking statements involve a number of risks, uncertainties or assumptions that could cause actual results or events to differ materially from those expressed or implied by the forward looking statements. These risks, uncertainties or assumptions could adversely affect the outcome and financial effects of the plans and events described herein. Forward looking statements contained in this presentation regarding past trends or activities should not be taken as representation that such trends or activities will continue in the future. You should not place undue reliance on forward looking statements, which apply only as of the date of this presentation. This presentation does not constitute or form part of any offer or invitation to sell, or any solicitation of any offer to purchase any shares in the Company, nor shall it or any part of it or the fact of its distribution form the basis of, or be relied on in connection with, any contract or commitment or investment decisions relating thereto, nor does it constitute a recommendation regarding the shares of the Company. Past performance cannot be relied upon as a guide to future performance.

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