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15-18 February 2011

RUSSIA 2011

OFFSHORE 6th Annual Conference & Exhibition

KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE MAJOR OIL & GAS OPERATORS Gazprom Total E&P Russie Rosneft Gazprom Neft Shelf Shtokman Development Statoil Russia Sakhalin Energy Zarubezhneft

GOVERNMENT BODIES & AGENCIES Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology, Russia Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Norway State Duma, Russia Federal Agency for Subsoil Use, Russia Administration of Arkhangelsk region Administration of Sakhalin Region Ministry of Transport and Communications, Murmansk Region Federal Service for Ecological, Technological and Nuclear Supervision, Russia

PRE-CONFERENCE OFFSHORE HSE WORKSHOP Practical guidance on minimising health and safety risks, complying with Russia’s new regulations for offshore activities and preventing oil spills

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EVENT SPONSORS

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6th Annual Conference & Exhibition

Discover New Development Opportunities in the Russian Offshore Sector Russia’s offshore oil and gas fields are critical to sustainable development of its oil and gas industry and guaranteeing the security of hydrocarbon supplies in Russia. Russia’s Nature Ministry estimates recoverable resources in Russia’s Arctic zone at 120 billion barrels of oil and nearly 85 trillion cubic meters of gas. The Barents Sea alone holds an estimated 7.6 billion metric tons of oil equivalent. However, the development of the deepwater offshore hydrocarbon resources in harsh climate is extremely challenging, if not impossible, without combining Russian and international skills and capital. Attracting all the key operators working on the Russian continental shelf, government representatives, investors and leading technology providers, the 6th Annual Russia Offshore Meeting is the definitive event for all companies operating in or looking to form partnerships in Russia’s oil and gas offshore industry. Russia’s leading offshore conference provides you with first-hand information directly from its operators on the key offshore projects in Russia, including updates from Shtokman, Yamal fields, Prerazlomnoye, Sakhalin projects, Korchagin field, Vladimir Filanovsky field and Val Shatsky. We very much look forward to welcoming you to Russia Offshore 2011 in Moscow, where you will have all your questions answered by top oil & gas executives.

Evnika Polovinkina, Director, Russia and CIS Operations THE ENERGY EXCHANGE

Welcome Message from the Event Co-host For the 3rd consecutive year Total Group will be the co-host of Russia Offshore conference. As an international energy group Total has significant experience managing offshore hydrocarbon projects worldwide. Shtokman Phase I, which we are developing together with our partners, is a unique project for Russia as well as for the world community. The synergy created by the alliance of the industry leaders brings together our knowledge and technological excellence and is vital for the successful implementation of this project. In 2011 we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Total in Russia. Our experience here proved the importance of developing partnership between Russian and international companies. I hope that the Russia Offshore 2011 will once again be a ground for interesting exchanges between officials, scientists and executives on the progress of Russian offshore development and would like to invite you to network with your colleagues and partners at the Evening Cocktail Reception in O2 Lounge of the Ritz hotel on 16 February.

Pierre Nerguararian General Director TOTAL E&P RUSSIE

Why Russia Offshore? A unique opportunity to meet state owned operators from Russia and the CIS; the key figures from Russian Ministries of Natural Resources, Energy and Finance; the regional governments who influence infrastructure and investment; plus the IOC majors and expert solution providers Understand the implications of licensing policy to access the continental shelf in Russia, and the latest demarcation of borders Learn from prestigious Russian offshore projects: marine experiences from Korchagin, the unique Prirazlomnaya platform construction and how the latest exploration field work is advancing on Sakhalin’s next-generation oil and gas developments (Sakhalin III, IV, V and VI)

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Updates on investments, project partnerships and timelines for mega projects like Shtokman and Yamal Harness best practices from Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan offshore projects, how Norway is adapting to comparable conditions, and the construction of artificial islands in Kashagan Experience innovative, reliable technologies for the challenging Arctic offshore environment, including seismic surveys, platform design and construction, deepwater drilling and the utilisation of associated gas Featuring practical guidance on minimising health and safety risks, complying with Russia’s new regulations for offshore activities, and how to simulate and prevent oil spills

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Who will you meet at the Russia Offshore 2011?

Past Delegates Included

Strengthen your relations with existing partners and define opportunities for new alliances meeting our exclusive audience of senior decision makers and prominent energy experts of Russia’s oil and gas offshore industry! •

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Rusia and the CIS 59% Europe 36% ROW 5% • • • • • • •

Industry Breakdown O&G Operators Transportation / Storage Contractors / Service Providers Lawyers / Consultants Financial Institution Government Related

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CEO / Chairman / President / Vice President Head of Business Development Head of Sales and Marketing Technical / Engineer Project Manager Others

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This event is an excellent platform for meeting and networking with both future and current partners, as well as for sharing views on the offshore exploration challenges •

Alexander Melnik, Chief of Development Department, ROSNEFT-SAKHALINNIPIMORNEFT

This extremely informative event considers topical issues and provides useful hands-on case studies. Not only have we applied solutions discussed here to our work in the Arctic part of Russia, but also are planning to use them in our future activities.

Valery Vygovskoy, Head of Department, GAZPROM NEFT SHELF

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AATA INTERNATIONAL ABB ABS ACERGY SERVICES AKER ARCTIC TECHNOLOGY AKER SOLUTIONS ALCATEL LUCENT AMEC SERVICES AMLAK MANAGEMENT LIMITED ANTAL RUSSIA AREVA ARGUS LTD ARKTIKMORNEFTEGAZRAZVEDKA BAKER HUGHES BALLAST HAM DREDGING BALTIYSKY ZAVOD BEDRIFTRSKOMPETANSE BKE SHELF BLUEWATER ENERGY SERVICES BOSCH REXROTH BOSKALIS OFFSHORE BP BUREAU VERITAS CAMERON CANUSA – CPS CARGOTEC CATERPILLAR CB&I LUMMUS GLOBAL CENTRE OF TRANSPORT SYSTEMS SAFETY CHEVRON NEFTEGAZ CHTPZ GROUP NOBEL OIL CKB RUBIN CMS INTERNATIONAL CONVERTEAM CTK-EURO DELOITTE & TOUCHE DIETSMANN DLA PIPER DNV DOCKWISE SHIPPING DULAS HANDELS DUPONT ECOEXPERT ECOJURIS INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ECOSHELF EKSPORTFINANS EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN EMERSON ERNST & YOUNG EVOLOGICS EXXONMOBIL FINSTASHIP FLUOR FMC TECHNOLOGIES FRECOM G.E.R. GLOBAL ECONOMIC RESEARCH GAC MARINE GAZAVTOMATIKA GAZFLOT GAZPROM DOBYCHA YAMBURG GAZPROM DOBYCHA SHELF GAZPROM SBYT GAZPROM-NEFT GE OIL & GAS, DRILLING & PRODUCTION SYSTEMS GENERAL ELECTRIC GEOMATICS CENTRE GIPROSPETSGAS GIPROVOSTOKNEFT GKC GECON GLOBALSTROY ENGINEERING GRUP SERVICII PETROLIERE GS HYDRO GSE OFFSHORE H.A. SPRINGER HALLIBURTON HEEREMA MARINE CONTRACTORS HONEYWELL ICS INTEGRATED ILF INTEGRA MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE INTRA SERVICE COMPANY JP KENNY JAN DE NUL JAPAN BANK FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION JOHAN G. OLSEN SHIPBROKERS JP KENNY KCA DEUTAG DRILLING GMBH KELLOGG BROWN & ROOT KISTEFOS KONGSBERG MARITIME KOSMOS NEFT GAZ KPMG KRYLOV SHIPBUILDING RESEARCH INSTITUTE

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6th Annual Conference & Exhibition

Just Some of Our Notable Speakers Alexander Mandel General Director GAZPROM NEFT SHELF

Vladislav Khoshtaria Head of Offshore Projects Department ZARUBEZHNEFT

Joep Athmer Director VAN OORD OFFSHORE

Pierre Nerguararian General Director TOTAL E&P RUSSIE

Jan Helge Skogen President STATOIL RUSSIA

Bruno Siefken Vice-president GRUP SERVICII PETROLIERE SA

Alexey Zagorovsky General Director SHTOKMAN DEVELOPMENT AG

Alexander Khoroshavin Governor SAKHALIN REGION

Sergei Chestny Managing Director GS-HYDRO RUSSIA

Leonid Katsev General Director SAKHALIN-SHELF-SERVICE

Ilya Michalchuk Governor ARKHANGELSK REGION

Mikhail Grigoriev Director GECON

Vyacheslav Urmancheev General Director ARCTICMORNEFTEGAZRAZVEDKA

Ole Anders Lindseth Director General, Oil and Gas Affairs MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY, NORWAY

Tor Smestad Vice President AKER SOLUTIONS MOSCOW

Nils Andreas Masvie Regional Director, Eurasia DET NORSKE VERITAS

Valery Prozorovsky First Deputy chairman of Committee on Natural Resources and Subsoil Use THE STATE DUMA OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Yuri Shirokov Deputy Head of Department THE FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL , INDUSTRIAL AND NUCLEAR SUPERVISION OF RUSSIA

Igor Fyodorov Governor ADMINISTRATION OF NENETS AUTONOMOUS DISTRICT

Anatoly Zolotukhin Vice Dean, International Affairs GUBKIN STATE OIL & GAS UNIVERSITY

Andrey Galaev Chief Executive Officer SAKHALIN ENERGY

Valery Levchenko General Director VYBORG SHIPYARD

Larissa Ruban Expert INTERGOVERNMENTAL COUNCIL FOR OIL AND GAS OF THE COOPERATION OF THE CIS

Vitaly Gorokhov Executive Director ECOLAWYER

Nikolay Kolesnikov Executive Vice-President SOVCOMFLOT

Anatoly Dmitrievskiy Director OIL & GAS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE

Emmanuel Sgherri Regional Sales Manager IXSEA

….. I am confident that the 2011 Russia Offshore Meeting will facilitate the strengthening of existing business partnerships and once again become a perfect platform for discussing new technical and strategic solutions for the development of vast offshore hydrocarbon resources in Russia….. Welcome letter to the Russia Offshore delegates from

Anatoly Ledovskikh, Head, THE FEDERAL AGENCY FOR SUBSOIL USE, RUSSIA

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Russia Offshore Programme at Glance Offshore HSE Workshop Tuesday 15 February 2011

Conference Day One: Wednesday 16 February 2011

Improving Health & Safety Performance to Minimise Risks and Incidents

The Economic and Political Environment for Developing the Russian Continental Shelf

08:30 Workshop registration and coffee

08:00 Conference registration and coffee

09:00 What you need to know in order to comply with Russia’s regulations for offshore activities?

09:00 Opening address and business card exchange

10:30 Coffee break 11:00 Oil spill preparedness and response

09:25 Creating a favourable political environment for developing the Russian continental shelf

12:30 Lunch

11:00 Coffee break

14:00 Learn about HSE best practices working offshore

11:30 Evaluating the potential of Russian shelf resources

15:30 Coffee break

13:00 Lunch

16:00 Roundtable discussions

14:30 Understanding recent regulatory developments and taxation frameworks to ensure the stability and growth of your business

Roundtable 1 – What should be done to prevent oil spill accidents in the Russian continental shelf? Roundtable 2 – How to develop and maintain the company’s HSE culture and performance? Roundtable 3 – Critical considerations when conducting incident investigations

09:15 Welcome address by TOTAL

16:00 Coffee break 16:30 Regional Governors’ debate: analysing the demand for regional development created by large-scale offshore projects 18:00 Close of Day One Evening cocktail reception hosted by

17:30 Closing remarks and end of the workshop 18:00 Close of the workshop, pre-conference registration and welcome cocktail reception

During the Cocktail Reception the Energy Exchange will present the Offshore Technology Award of the Year.

Conference Day Two: Thursday 17 February 2011

Conference Day Three: Friday 18 February 2011

Russian Arctic Oil & Gas Reserves: Overcoming Challenges of a Inhospitable Environment

Case Studies and Updates from Innovative Offshore Projects in Russia and Beyond

08:30 Coffee

08:30 Coffee

09:00 Opening address

09:00 Opening address

09.10 Gazprom’s development strategy of the Russian arctic resources

09:10 Case study of the successful cooperation of the Sakhalin Administration and IOCs operating in the region

09:30 Project focus: The Shtokman project: Analysing the technical plan for the Shtokman field development and technical solutions for the offshore production platform

09:30 Project focus: Recent developments in Sakhalin projects

11:00 Coffee break

11:00 Coffee break

11:30 Opportunities for the development of offshore fields in the Barents Sea, the Pechora Sea, the Kara Sea, the Ob and Taz Bays

11:30 Plans for developing oil & gas reserves in the Caspian and Black Seas

13:00 Lunch

14.30 Best practices from offshore projects outside Russia:

14.30 Spotlight presentation: Cutting-edge technologies for utilisation of offshore associated gas

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the construction of artificial islands in Kashagan

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how Norway is adapting to comparable conditions

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insight into the second stage of development of Shah Deniz offshore field

15:00 How to select safe and efficient field development models for severe weather conditions - case studies of constructing drilling rigs and offshore platforms in arctic region

13:00 Lunch

16:00 Close of the conference

16:30 Coffee break 17:00 Understanding the offshore technology needs in arctic regions: open dialogue between offshore operators and leading contractors 18:00 Close of day two t: +44 (0) 207 067 1800

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HSE Offshore Workshop Tuesday 15 February 2011 Improving Health & Safety Performance to Minimise Risks and Incidents 08:30 Workshop registration and coffee 09:00 What you need to know in order to comply with Russia’s regulations for offshore activities? Updates on the development of a set of new national oil spill preparedness regulations Addressing the lack of HSE guidelines while working offshore. What should be done to optimise HSE performance in Russia? Barents 2020: working on a predictable HSE framework, new maritime and offshore oil & gas standards for escape, evacuation and rescue (EER) operations in Norwegian and Russian parts of the Barents Sea Vitaly Gorokhov, Executive Director, ECOLAWYER

12:30 Lunch sponsored by 14:00 Learn about HSE best practices working offshore How to evaluate a safety culture in your company? Improving safety audit and risk management Case study: updates on construction of Lukoil’s unique offshore oil and gas personnel training centre Discussing best practices for deep sea drilling. What are current regulations in Russia? Barents 2020 - how to minimize the footprint of offshore oil and gas production Senior Representative, TOTAL Senior Representative, FALCK NUTEC Senior Representative, CHEVRON (Individuals to be confirmed) Steinar Nesse, Director, Environmental Risk Management, DNV

Yury Shirokov, Deputy Head of Department on Supervision of Mining, Metallurgy and Oil and Gas Producing Industries, THE FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL, INDUSTRIAL AND NUCLEAR SUPERVISION OF RUSSIA (ROSTECHNADZOR) Senior Representative, VNIIGAZ, GAZPROM 10:30 Coffee break 11:00 Oil spill preparedness and response Understanding environmental and political consequences of a potential oil spill Improving preparedness: simulation of different oil spill scenarios. Identifying response options and resource requirements Implementing most effective oil spill containment testing methods and clean-up technologies

15:30 Coffee break

Assessing potential oil spill recovery capabilities

Select a roundtable of your choice to get an even deeper insight into the ways of increasing HSE performance discussed during the Workshop and debate their benefits with the industry experts.

Mikhail Lisanov, Director, INDUSTRIAL SAFETY Nikolay Dedkov, Director, THE MURMANSK CENTRE FOR STANDARDISATION, METROLOGY AND CERTIFICATION

16:00 Roundtable discussions

Roundtable 1 – What should be done to prevent oil spill accidents in the Russian continental shelf? Roundtable 2 – How to develop and maintain the company’s HSE culture and performance? Roundtable 3 – Critical considerations when conducting incident investigations 17:30 Closing remarks and end of the workshop 18:00 Pre-conference registration and welcome cocktail reception sponsored by

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Conference Day One: Wednesday 16 February 2011

14:30 Understanding recent regulatory developments and taxation frameworks to ensure the stability and growth of your business

The Economic and Political Environment for Developing the Russian Continental Shelf

Russia’s licensing system: recent changes that have affected incentives and risks to potential resource users, both Russian and international

08:00 Conference registration and coffee

Understanding and managing operational and financial risks that are involved in financing offshore projects

09:00 Opening address and business card exchange 09:15 Welcome address by TOTAL Pierre Nerguararian, General Director, TOTAL E&P RUSSIE 09.25 Creating a favourable political environment for developing the Russian continental shelf

Amendments to the tax law for oil and gas exploration and production in Russian waters – developing mechanisms of tax incentives for stimulating geological exploration, supply of safe and efficient technologies and infrastructure development Comprehending key tax and regulatory issues affecting offshore contractors

Russian Government’s priorities and strategy for continental shelf development How the recent agreement between Russia and Norway on the demarcation of borders in the Arctic Sea will affect international and domestic business What are the latest government proposals for changes in legislation to liberalise access to the continental shelf of Russia and to stimulate foreign investment Will the potential review of foreign shareholders’ stake provide the boost for foreign investment in joint ventures in Russia’s oil and gas industry?

16:30 Regional Governors’ debate: analysing the demand for regional development created by large-scale offshore projects in:

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Senior Representative, THE MINISTRY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ECOLOGY, RUSSIA

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Ole Anders Lindseth, Director General, Oil and Gas Affairs, MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY, NORWAY

Ekaterina Gryzlova, Deputy Head of Analysis and Forecast Division, Department of Long-Term Financial Planning, MINISTRY OF FINANCE OF RUSSIA

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Anatoly Ledovskikh, Head, THE FEDERAL AGENCY FOR SUBSOIL USE, RUSSIA*

Valery Prozorovsky, First Deputy Chairman of Committee on Natural Resources and Subsoil Use, THE STATE DUMA OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION

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Moderator: Pierre Nerguararian, General Director, TOTAL E&P RUSSIE

Contract optimisation: how to avoid complexity of agreements

Murmansk region Yamalo-Nentsk autonomous region Arkhangelsk region Sakhalin region Astrakhan region

Juri Chuykov, Acting Minister, THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS, MURMANSK REGION 11:00 Coffee break 11:30 Evaluating the potential of Russian shelf resources Assessing global gas market changes and trends brought by shale gas boom and its impact on the development of key offshore projects in Russia

What opportunities are available for suppliers and investors in the regions? How favourable is the investment climate in the regions? Sharing best practices on the planning of coastal development schemes and port planning How to successfully set up industrial and social infrastructure for offshore projects

Assessing LNG demand volumes in global markets: will there be enough demand for Russian arctic LNG in the medium and long term?

Moderator: Anatoly Zolotukhin, Pro-rector for International Affairs , GUBKIN STATE OIL & GAS UNIVERSITY

What geologic exploration works should be done to accelerate exploration on the Russian arctic shelf

Ilya Michalchuk, Governor, ARKHANGELSK REGION

Are large-scale arctic projects still feasible for the current market? Estimating oil & gas potential of the Eastern Russia arctic regions

Dmitry Dmitrienko, Governor, MURMANSK REGION

Alexander Khoroshavin, Governor, SAKHALIN REGION Igor Fydorov, Governor, NENETS AUTONOMOUS DISTRICT, RUSSIA

John Corben, Senior Technical Advisor, IEA

Senior Representative, THE MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, TRANSPOSRT AND MINERAL RESOURCES, ASTRAKHAN REGION

Anatoly Dmitrievskiy, Director, OIL & GAS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE

18:00 Close of Day One Evening cocktail reception hosted by

Mikhail Grigoriev, General Director, GECON 13:00 Lunch

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Conference Day Two: Thursday 17 February 2011 Russian Arctic Oil & Gas Reserves: Overcoming Challenges of an Inhospitable Environment Ke ad ynot dr es e s:

08:30 Coffee 09:00 Opening address

09.10 Gazprom’s development strategy of the Russian arctic resources Recent updates on the implementation of Gazprom Work Program for hydrocarbon resources development on the Russian Federation shelf until 2030 Current and future investment plans Senior Representative, GAZPROM 09:30 Project focus: The Shtokman project: Analysing the technical plan for the Shtokman field development and technical solutions for the offshore production platform

13:00 Lunch 14.30 Spotlight presentation: Cutting-edge technologies for utilisation of offshore associated gas, and learn how gas separation technologies can increase production by more than 10% Mikhail Gulyansky, General Director, GRASYS 15:00 How to select safe and efficient field development models for severe weather conditions – case studies of constructing drilling rigs and offshore platforms in arctic region How to overcome field development challenges in inhospitable environments Challenges in the construction and installation of ice strengthened platform Prirazlomnaya A case study of a unique fl oat over operation in the integration of topside and lower hull of the “Polar Star” SSFDR (semi-submersible drilling rigs) Ixsea project conducted with Total and Saipem: new developments in subsea metrology

The Arkhangelsk-Shtokman cooperation agreement in the development of the Shtokman gas condensate: creating favorable conditions for the project’s realisation

Tor Smestad, Vice-President, AKER SOLUTIONS

What has been done to secure Russian content to implement Phase 2 and 3 of the project

Vyacheslav Urmancheev, General Director, ARCTICMORNEFTEGAZRAZVEDKA

New cost-effective technical solutions developed by Gazprom Dobycha Shelf Pierre Nerguararian, General Director, TOTAL E&P RUSSIE Jan Helge Skogen, President, STATOIL RUSSIA Alexey Zagorovsky, General Director, SHTOKMAN DEVELOPMENT AG 11:00 Coffee break 11:30 Opportunities for the development of offshore fields in the Barents Sea, the Pechora Sea, the Kara Sea, the Ob and Taz Bays

Igor Dubin, Head of Prospective Oil and Gas Projects, SEVMASH Valery Levchenko, General Director, VYBORG SHIPYARD Emmanuel Sgherri, Regional Sales Manager, IXSEA 16:30 Coffee break 17:00 Understanding the offshore technology needs in arctic regions: open dialogue between offshore operators and leading contractors

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Ilya Michalchuk, Governor, ARKHANGELSK REGION

Philippe Cambos, Head of Oil & Gas Section, BUREAU VERITAS

Identifying opportunities for YOUR business. What are the key operators’ plans for further bid proposals? What technological solutions they need?

Assessing challenges for the Yamal mega-project development: gas fields in Ob and Taz Bays

What future technology developments should be done to make offshore development economically feasible?

Would it be possible to develop the offshore reserves in the Kara Sea without direct international participation?

How to maximise the use of the domestic shipbuilding potential to meet the requirements for development of LNG carriers construction and icebreaking fleet

Which international companies will be chosen as consortium partners or as project contractors? Find out how prepared Gazprom Neft Shelf are to start drilling the first Prirazlomnoye oil well in April 2011 and what the next steps are for development of the field Gain insight into Zarubezhneft offshore projects Alexander Mandel, General Director, GAZPROM NEFT SHELF Andrey Galaev, Chief Executive Officer, SAKHALIN ENERGY Leonid Kulpin, Deputy Director, NIPIMORNEFT INSTITUTE Vladislav Khoshtaria, Head of Offshore Projects Department, ZARUBEZHNEFT

Gap between Russian suppliers and international companies in engineering and technologies. What should be done to support the Russian machine-building industry developing offshore technology? Moderator: Anatoly Zolotukhin, Vice Dean, International Affairs, GUBKIN STATE OIL & GAS UNIVERSITY GAZPROM NEFT SHELF

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SAKHALIN ENERGY

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ZARUBEZHNEFT

AKER SOLUTIONS

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VAN OORD

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Conference Day Three: Friday 18 February 2011

14:30 Best practices from offshore projects outside Russia Non welded hydraulic piping and other high pressure piping for offshore

Case Studies and Updates from Innovative Offshore Projects in Russia and Beyond Ke ad ynot dr es e s:

08:30 Coffee 09:00 Opening address

09:10 Case study of the successful cooperation of the Sakhalin Administration and IOCs operating in the region Alexander Khoroshavin, Governor, SAKHALIN REGION 09:30 Project focus: Recent developments in Sakhalin projects Update on how the Sakhalin I project is progressing Gain insight into Sakhalin Energy’s experience of using smart well technology

Gain insight into the second stage of development of the Azerbaijani Shah Deniz offshore gas condensate field Learn about the unique experience of constructing artificial islands in Kashagan A case study of Snøhvit natural gas complex – learning from Norway's arctic offshore experience of adapting to comparable conditions Hear about site survey results in southern Greenland What is the potential of hydrocarbon fields in Baffin Bay Basin? Moderator: Anatoly Zolotukhin, Vice Dean, International Affairs , GUBKIN STATE OIL & GAS UNIVERSITY Sergei Chestny, Managing Director, GS-HYDRO RUSSIA

Latest updates on exploration field work of Sakhalin’s next generation oil & gas fields

Fahreddin Ismailov, Director, NEFTEGAS SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE, SOCAR

Best practices for preventing and minimising the potential impact on the ecosystem during construction and operation works

16:00 Close of the conference

Updates on the Sakhalin – Khabarovsk – Vladivostok pipeline progress A case study of efficient waste management and recycling in the Sakhalin region Senior Representative, SAKHALIN ENERGY Nikolay Kolesnikov, Executive Vice-President, SOVCOMFLOT Joep Athmer, Director, VAN OORD OFFSHORE Leonid Katsev, General Director, SAKHALIN-SHELF-SERVICE 11:00 Coffee break 11:30 Plans for developing oil & gas reserves in the Caspian and Black Seas What are the legislative developments addressing legal obstacles for exploration in the Caspian Sea? Latest updates on the legal status of the Caspian and the principles defining its division.

The Offshore Technology Award of the Year During the Cocktail Reception on 16 February 2010 the Energy Exchange will present their prestigious Offshore Technology Award of the Year. Nominations for the Award are: Environmentally Safest Offshore Platform Operation Offshore Drilling Technology of the Year Offshore Subsea Technological Innovation of the Year The winners will be selected by independent members of our Advisory Board

The launch of the Korchagin field: gain insight into Lukoil’s marine experiences working in the Caspian Sea Lukoil’s plans for the development of Vladimir Filanovsky field Chevron-Rosneft project for developing the Val Shatsky deposit in the Black Sea. What is the prospect for geological work. What new technologies are required for a $1 billion project to ensure environmental safety? Larissa Ruban, Expert, INTERGOVERNMENTAL COUNCIL FOR OIL AND GAS OF THE COOPERATION OF THE CIS Senior Representative, ROSNEFT Dmitry Sapaev, Marketing Director, CASPIAN ENERGY Bruno Siefken, Vice-president, GRUP SERVICII PETROLIERE SA 13:00 Lunch

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OFFSHORE

6th Annual Conference & Exhibition

Russia Offshore Exhibition “Until 2030 Gazprom, in order to develop the continental shelf, will need more than ten drilling and processing platforms, over 60 vessels and waterborne vehicles and equipment of various types and at least several dozens of LNG carriers”.* Source: www.gazprom.ru Working offshore or subsea is extremely challenging and requires numerous advanced technologies that Russian companies lack competence as well as experience. Now, the major question is which strategic partners will Russian oil & gas companies choose as their partners to develop Russia’s enormous subsea hydrocarbon reserves? Do you have a strategic solution that oil & gas companies operating offshore? Would you like to secure your next project deal in the fast-moving Russian offshore sector and increase your revenue while meeting new potential partners?

As a sponsor … Whether you are looking to promote your thought leadership, technological solutions or position in the market - we will ensure the most effective way to meet your business needs. There are a number of packages which are unique, therefore available on a first come first serve basis only. As an exhibitor… Grow your presence in the competitive Russian offshore sector or enter it with useful contacts made at our exhibition by positioning your stand in the centre of the event’s networking area and performing live demonstrations of your latest product developments!

Demonstrate your solutions to over 250 potential clients and partners – most of your prospects will be at the conference!

The 2011 Russia Offshore Meeting is the perfect forum which you will gain significant exposure to this highly targeted delegation acting as an official sponsor or exhibitor.

To discuss your sponsorship or exhibition requirements in further detail, please contact Daniel Stebeleski, Business Development Director, Russia and CIS Operations Tel: +44 (0)207 067 1800 Email: d.stebeleski@theenergyexchange.co.uk

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The Energy Exchange’s experience in high level oil and gas events, over the last 14 years, means that we can call upon a vast number of contacts drawn from the highest level of government and industry in order to put our conference programmes together. Extensive research and continual communication with our speakers, advisors and industry leaders means that our programmes reflect the most important and relevant issues facing the oil and gas community today.

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Four easy ways to register

Packages & Pricing: (Price in Pounds) 4 Days – 6th Annual Conference and HSE Offshore Workshop 15-18 February 2011

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Book by 23 December 2010

£1899 (SAVE £300)

Delegate Information

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£2199

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PAYMENT: Payment of the full delegate fee is due 14 days after the invoice date, or immediately, if the registration is made within one month of the event. Our full bank account details are on the invoice. Please note your booking is valid only after full payment is received. We recommend you check with your Finance Department that payment has been made before travelling to the Conference. CANCELLATIONS: Made one month prior to the start of the conference will be refunded less a 50% administrative charge. Refund will be made after the conference. Made within one month of the start date of the conference will receive no refund. Substitutes are acceptable at any time. FORCE MAJEURE: Please note that in case of force majeure The Energy Exchange is relieved of all obligations. Force majeure includes any circumstances beyond the will of The Energy Exchange, that impedes permanent or temporary compliance with the obligations, such as ‘acts of god’ including war, danger of war, government regulations, revolts, strikes, transportation difficulties, fire or severe disturbances affecting the conference organisation or its suppliers. REGISTRATION FEE: The registration fee covers attendance at all sessions, refreshments, lunches, receptions and the speaker presentations. Please note it may be necessary to alter the content or timing of the programme or its speakers. Please note that VAT is not included and will be added at the appropriate rate where applicable. LANGUAGE: The official conference language will be English with Russian simultaneous translation. CUSTOMER SERVICES: For questions concerning your registration, attendance, visa support and invoice payments, please contact our Customer Services Department, Tel: +44 (0)1242 529 090, Fax: +44 (0)1242 582 157.

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Thank you for this excellent opportunity to meet with key players in the Russian offshore oil & gas industry.

RUSSIA 2011

OFFSHORE

Tor Smestad, Vice-President, AKER SOLUTIONS MOSCOW

6th Annual Conference & Exhibition

Take a look at how you will benefit by attending the Russia Offshore Meeting: Panel of high-level speakers including Total, Statoil, Gazprom and Shtokman Development

Meet and do business with more than 250 key Russian offshore stakeholders

Interactive HSE Offshore workshop on 15 February 2011

A dedicated exhibition where you will discover the most innovative and essential technologies for YOUR project

Exclusive evening reception hosted by TOTAL in the O2 lounge, one of the Moscow’s finest bars

Offshore Technology Awards of the Year

LinkedIn The Russia Offshore LinkedIn group is a great way for the Russian offshore oil and gas community to share ideas and keep in contact - it is open to everyone in the Russian energy community. Join Russia Offshore LinkedIn group on LinkedIn today! http://www.linkedin.com/groups?mostPopular=&gid=3146327

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Russia Offshore, February 2011