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Overview of Shell Deepwater Developments in Malaysia

Terry Freckelton Gumusut-Kakap Venture Manager Shell Malaysia Exploration & Production

Shell International - Deepwater Projects

Malaysia Deepwater Area

MYANMAR

SB 303

LAOS

THAILAND

VIETNAM

SOUTH CHINA SEA

PHILIPPINES

Barton S.Furious & SF30 CAMBODIA St.Joseph Kota Belud Kota Kinabalu

INDIAN OCEAN

0

Block H SB-302 KB B

BRUNEI MALAYSIA Block K SINGAPORE Malik

ai SBG SBJ

INDONESIA

Gumu sut

SB-301

600 KM

Kinablu

Sabah Deepwater Development Opportunities

Oil Gas Terminal Malikai Ubah KBB Leban KME

Kikeh (Murphy)

Gumusut

SOGT @ Kimanis

Kinabalu (PCSB)

Development Options...all options considered

for the Malaysian Deepwater

Fixed Platform Compliant Tower TLP SPAR

FPSO

Subsea Completion

Malaysia Deepwater - Unique Challenges

Complicated Seabed Relief (Slope, Stability) and Shallow Hazards / Hydrates

Rendered 3D image of the NW Borneo Slope

·Shelf today is circa 100-120 km wide · Fold belt (I.e. the slope) is circa 60-80 km wide

North

Gumusut

Kebabangan

Malikai

Malikai seabed features

Ubah

Need ability to install flowlines and facilities on steep slopes - allowing for more direct routes Need ability to quantify threat of producing wells through zones with hydrates

Malaysia Deepwater - Unique Challenges

Long Thin Fields Long Distance Tiebacks

Northern Hub

Southern Hub

Thin Beds KNR-A KNR-B KNR-Cu

· Most fields require 2 - 4 drill centers with a high well count to develop · Need to reduce number of drill centres through ERD capability, or low cost wells

· 25 - 50 km tieback distances · Flow assurance with waxy crudes · Need for subsea separation and boosting technologies

Gumusut-Kakap Development

Unit Parties: Shell (Operator) 33%, CoP 33%, Petronas Carigali 20%, Murphy 14% First deepwater Semi FPS in the region 1200 m WD (offshore Sabah) Hub for future developments in the area World class process facility 150 kbo/d process capacity 300 mmscf/d gas injection 225 kbw/d water injection Over 100 MW installed power Host Semi-submersible hull shape Project Engineering ­ KL, Construction MMHE's yard (JB) 16,000 bbls dead oil storage in hull for flowline circulation 4,000 bbls methanol / LDHI storage in hull

Gumusut-Kakap Subsea Layout

19 subsea wells 7 subsea manifolds (3 Prod, 3 WI, 1 GI) Flowlines: 9 SCR's; 8" (prd ­ 31mi), 10" (ginj ­11 mi) 12" (winj ­ 7 mi)

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Sea floor topography ("the bulge" and canyons) Shallow hazards Constraints Extended Reach Drilling

Oil evacuated via Produced Gas Re-injected Pipeline to SOGT The Bulge

Gumusut­Kakap Export Route

Oil Export Pipeline to SOGT - Kimanis (125 miles, 18"), 150,000 BBLS/Day 180,000 (peak) Gas Re-injection

Malikai -

Shell (Operator) 35%, CoP 35%, Petronas Carigali 30%

Malikai:

120 km offshore Sabah in Block G Up to 470 m water depth A number of options considered: Wet tree (subsea) & dry tree (DTU) concepts Wellhead DTU - 8 dry tree wells Additional wells likely for future phases, some of which may be subsea wells Multiphase tie-back to planned Kebabangan Integrated Oil and Gas facility (operated by Kebabangan Petroleum Operating Company)

KBB

Malikai

To SOGT

Malikai

16km deepwater section

Floating Systems:

· TLP vs. SPAR · Anchoring and foundation · ....

The Deepwater game is challenging

Development Opportunities are more challenging...low hanging fruit have been largely picked...water is deeper and/or reservoirs are more complex...small and/or sub-economic accumulations.. Ultra-deep water and remote locations...viscous oil, low energy drive and lift . Capex/Risk exposures are large...cost exposure in the billions $$$...high cost drilling & infrastructure..risks are not completely mitigated. Pressure to shorten schedule and reduce cost continues...longer cycle times...standardization/simplicity, technology development vs rapid deployment. Lack of local logistics/service industry... project Delivery is affected. Competent/skilled staffing shortages exist across the industry...demand still exceeds supply and building local capability can be difficult.

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