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  1. UK Norway Share Fair 2006- BP NorwayApril 20th 2006, Aberdeen Terje Ohrstrand - Supply Chain Management, BP Norge AS Kjell M. Madsen – SCM Lead, Skarv Project

  2. Topics • BP Norway – Assets & Licenses • How to become a supplier to BP Norway • What we look for in a supplier • Estimated spend 2006 • Possible Contract Opportunities 2006 • Valhall Re-Development Project • Skarv Development Project • Entry points to BP Norway

  3. Key facts • BP Norge Exploration and production • 564 employees • Average daily production: 82 200 barrels of oil equivalents BP net • Turnover: NOK 16.2 billion • Result: NOK 8.1 billion Figures as pr. January 2006 • BP Fuels & Lubricants • 57 employees • Turnover NOK 244 million

  4. Activities on the Norwegian shelf • Participant in 16 licences • Operator for 12 of those • Operates • Ula & Tambar • Valhall & Hod • Projects • Valhall Re-Development • Skarv-Idun Development • Partner in the Draugen field

  5. Valhall and Hod • Valhall production started 1982 • Production to 2050 + • Remaining reserves 750 millioner boe • Estimated 2006 production 105 000 boe/d • 200 beds • Hod production started 1990 • Estimated 2006 production • 8 500 boe/d • Unmanned wellhead platform remotely controlled from Valhall

  6. Ula and Tambar • Tambar production started 2000 • Estimated 2005 production • 20 500 boe/d • Remaining reserves 24.2 mill boe • Unmanned wellhead platform • remotely controlled from Ula • Ula production started in 1986 • Production to 2028+ • Remaining reserves 92.7 mill boe • Estimated 2006 production 22 000 boe/d • 169 beds

  7. How to become a supplier to BP Norway • Identify and connect with customer (BP end user) • Registered in Achilles as approved supplier with updated info • HSE - Self assesment (NORSOK S-006) • Products/Services • Track Record of Documented Capabilities • Meet minimum HSEQ Req. • HSEQ System and Processes • HSE Performance • HSE matters for allocation of work! We will not find you if your capabilities are not registered!

  8. What we look for in a supplier BP’s SCM Strategy: STARS Sector strategies – Clear strategies for each sector maximising value whilst ensuring security of supply, enabled by a deep understanding of both BP’s demand and the characteristics of the market Transparency– Clarity on all major cost and performance elements within the supply chain and their comparability with industry benchmarks Aggregation– Aggregating spend to the highest level feasible and to the extent that this increases value Relationships– Distinctive relationships based on performance, market reality, and technology development – access intellectual capital Supply Chain Management – BP’s role in the supply chain understood and optimised • Leadership in HSE . • Track Record of Documented Capabilities • The right Products / Services • Execution Ability • Desired Attributes • Better use of technology • Improved Ops Efficiency • Value Creation • Innovative, Creative, Proactive • Willing to Share Ideas

  9. Investments in Norway

  10. Estimated 2006 Spend (mill USD gross)

  11. Possible Contract Opportunities 2006 • Drilling & Wells • Drilling Fluids (NCS+UKCS) • Directional/MWD Service (NCS+UKCS) • Slick Line Services (NCS+UKCS) • Logistics • Platform Support Vessels (NCS) • (Stand-By Boats) • Valhall Re-Development Project • Skarv Development Project • Operations • RE Maintenance (NCS+UKCS) • Compressors • Pumps • Vendor Based Maintenance Services (NCS) • Valves, Cranes & Lifting Eqm’t • Instrumentation FA’s (NCS) • Industrial gas FA (NCS) • Electrical Consumables FA’s (NCS) • Other Projects • Tambar Multi-Phase Pump • Ula Gas Upgrade • Valhall Flank De-Bottelnecking • Valhall Re-Development Sub-Sea Installation • Valhall DP Derrick De-Commissioning

  12. Valhall Re-Development – New Production & Hotel Facility • New Facility Design Life - 40 years • Hotel - 150 single bed cabins • Oil production capacity - 150 mbopd • Gas handling capacity - 5 million Sm3/day • Total liquid capacity - 250 mbpd (oil & water) • Weight topside + hotel ~13 000 tne Weight jacket ~ 5 000 tne • Power from Shore - 292 km HVDC cable • Oil Export - Future offshore loading/EOR

  13. Valhall Redevelopment – Preliminary Schedule ITTs will be issued either directly from BP or via Mustang in Houston See Procurement plan at www.bp.no

  14. Skarv - Project overview • Export Pipeline : • 80 km, 26”, Water depth 300 - 400 m • ÅTS – Tie In • Gassco commence FEED April 06

  15. Skarv FPSO • FPSO with subsea tie-backs. • FPSO Design Capacity : 85mbd & 670MMSCFD • Largest Harsh Water Gas Processing FPSO • Oil Export via shuttle tanker. • Design for 95% OperatingEfficiency • Timing: • FEED thru 4Q 2006, • PDO 1Q 2007 • Operate 3Q 2010

  16. Skarv Subsea layout

  17. Skarv FPSO Contract Structure

  18. Skarv FPSO Contract Overall Schedule

  19. Skarv SURF Contract Overall Schedule

  20. BP Norway PSCMEntry Points Supply Chain Manager Hans Ole Lørup loerupho@bp.com Valhall and Ula PUs Performance Management Terje Ohrstrand ohrstrt@bp.com Wells Ian Kerr Millar millari@bp.com Reidar Håland haalanr@bp.com Agreements/ Purchasing Jarl Iversen iversej@bp.com Operations & Logistics Arnfinn Bærheim baerheag@bp.com Bjørn Landsvik Bjoern.Landsvik @no.bp.com Crawford Page pagec@bp.com Skarv PSCM Kjell Magne Madsen madsenkm@bp.com VRD PSCM Simon Bateson Simon.Bateson@no.bp.com Development Projects PU