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2015 WAS A SPECIAL YEAR Important milestones in the Group’s strategic development, record backlog in our project portfolio, positive changes in our organization. We maintain focus on our unique competences, opening our horizons to new business opportunities, always guided by innovation and sustainability as our key drivers. IN THE FIRST HALF OF 2016 We continued to develop our distinctive growth strategy, meeting ambitious targets. That’s why this volume includes facts and figures updated to June 2016.


DEAR STAKEHOLDERS, 2015 was a crucial year for our Group.

STAKEHOLDERS LETTER

The strategic reorganization undertaken in the last three years is delivering with great satisfaction the expected results, despite the discontinuous conditions in the Oil & Gas market. Our record backlog of projects allows us to view the future positively and continue to grow in order to satisfy market needs in the downstream business, which increasingly recognizes the distinctiveness of Maire Tecnimont’s worldclass competences. Having said that, we need and we want to do much more. Entrepreneurship is the name of the game in the new era. Maire Tecnimont was born exactly ten years ago, and the next decade will reward the organizations that capitalize on the lessons learned and aggressively respond to the changes facing our industry. In this light, we will continue to pursue our vision of becoming the technology-

driven contractor of choice in highly complicated downstream plants. To fulfill this mission we will continue to invest in technology and process engineering expertise. We will also continue to enhance our execution capabilities, with a relentless focus on achieving excellence in construction and risk management processes. Our adaptive and asset-light business model will also increasingly allow us to support our clients in brownfield revamping initiatives, especially where we can leverage our unrivaled expertise in polyolefins and fertilizer projects. With the same level of entrepreneurship, we will also gradually pursue our own vision in renewable energies and green chemistry, leveraging our long roots in an industry that is preparing itself to a new paradigm of sustainable growth. Most importantly, we will continue to foster our “people in the middle” approach, which is based on

the belief that our employees represent the real patrimony of the Group and the most valuable asset we can put at the service of our clients and partners. To this end, we plan to establish our first-ever Employees Share Ownership Plan, under which shares in our Company will be distributed to our employees upon achievement of challenging targets. We at Maire Tecnimont are ready to master the change of the Engineering and Construction industry, being fascinated by the beauty of the challenges facing us.

Fabrizio Di Amato Chairman

Pierroberto Folgiero Chief Executive Officer


2015 - 1H 2016 Highlights SINGAPORE

ROME Signing of the MoU with Eurochem and Sace for the realization of five fertilizer plants in the world.

2015

FEBRUARY

SANTA CRUZ

Contract granted by Grupa Lotos Sa to improve Gdansk refinery in Poland.

The Group is exhibitor at the 40th Expocruz 2015 (Bolivia).

MOSCOW Contract awarded by Eurochem for a new ammonia plant in Kingisepp (Russia).

APRIL

MAY

JUNE

JULY

BAKU

MILAN Second edition of “Family Day” for Group employees and their children.

OCTOBER

SLUISKIL

MILAN, October 9th The Group celebrates its 10th anniversary with its colleagues from all over the world in a convention, followed by a light show on HQs Towers.

New fertilizer contract awarded by Yara for an urea granulation plant (The Netherlands).

BRATISLAVA

Contract awarded by Gazprom Neft for the “Clean fuel” refinery upgrade in Moscow.

New contract for the 1st PP plant in Azerbaijan with Socar.

Maire Tecnimont Group at Gastech, the world’s largest and most important natural gas and LNG industry event.

SEPTEMBER

ST. PETERSBURG

ABU DHABI New award by ADGAS for the expansion of Das Island gas dehydration plant.

DECEMBER

GDANSK

Inauguration of Slovnaft’s new facility for the production of LDPE realized by the Group in Slovak Republic.

NOVEMBER ROTTERDAM MILAN

MALAYSIA

OMAN The Group awarded by the client ORPIC for the PE and PP plants as part of the Liwa plastic industries complex. New Group offices established in Muscat.

The Group enters in Malaysia with a EPCC contract for two PP units for Rapid Project by Petronas.

The Group relaunches its focus on renewable sector.

ABU DHABI

The Group strengthens its collaboration with SOCAR thanks to the award of an EPC contract for the realization of a PE in Sumgayit.

AZERBAIJAN

Maire Tecnimont Group exhibitor at Adipec, the largest oil & gas event in the Middle East and one of the leading global hub for the hydrocarbon industry.

MILAN ROME The Group and Sapienza University of Rome sign a collaboration agreement to develop a new high-tech expertise development centre.

Global Compact Networks Italy, Spain, Germany are hosted in Group’s HQs for the working group Business and Human Rights.

MILAN The Shareholders’ Meeting approves the adoption of an Employees Share Ownership Plan, aimed at involving our colleagues in increasing the Group’s value.

APRIL

13th Stamicarbon Urea Symposium, the leading global event fully dedicated to urea technology organized by the Dutch sister company of the Group.

FEBRUARY

The Group at St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). New agreements and partnerships signed.

BAKU Maire Tecnimont Group at the Caspian Oil & Gas Exhibition in Azerbaijan, the largest energy sector event in the whole Caspian area.

MAY TEHERAN

1H 2016

RUSSIA

SAN FRANCISCO The Group signs a joint collaboration agreement with Siluria technologies (USA).

Maire Tecnimont Group exhibitor at the 21st Iran Oil Show.

JUNE VERA CRUZ Etileno XXI PE plant starts-up (Mexico).


01. OUR CORE


GROUP OVERVIEW

We are a leading provider of Engineering & Construction, Technology & Licensing, and Energy Business Development & Ventures worldwide, with a specific focus on the oil & gas, petrochemicals and fertilizer processing industries. We offer a wide range of services on an individual or combined basis for a broad range of facilities and uses, including engineering services, procurement of materials an d eq u i p men t , an d con struction services through project management expertise. We also provide our customers with proprietary or third-party technologies for the design and manufacture of different types of plants. The Group also offers competence in power generation plants and transport infrastructure. Moreover we are equipped to deliver largescale renewable plants to generate power from wind, solar, and biomass sources.

Maire Tecnimont is a multinational and multicultural Group present in 30 countries and rooted in well-recognized Italian historical engineering brands. Our roots are constantly nourished by a strong commitment to innovation and a continuing effort to improve the services we offer. For further information on Maire Tecnimont Group, enjoy our corporate video through the QR code above.

WE ARE

OUR OUR CORE

Our Integrated HSE Management System, together with a widespread safety culture, results in an outstanding safety performance, considerably higher than international standards. Listed on the Milan Stock Exchange since 2007, the Group is among the top-ranking worldwide engineering contractors.

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WE ARE DEDICATED TO CONTRIBUTING TO PROVIDE OUR CUSTOMERS WITH ENERGY IN ITS DIFFERENT FORMS, AS WELL AS WITH INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS FOR A COUNTLESS NUMBER OF INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS EMBEDDED IN EVERYDAY LIFE.

FIGURES

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At a glance


OUR OUR CORE

Oil & Gas, Polyolefins, Fertilizers large-scale contracting

Refining, Hydrogen & Syngas, Production and Sulphur Recovery

Fertilizers Technology

Infrastructure & Civil Engineering

Renewable Energies

~ 3,000

+

Employees

Organisation

Energy Business Development & Ventures

OUR VISION IS TO BE A WORLD-CLASS TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN, ENGINEERING, PROCUREMENT AND CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR. WE WANT TO MAKE COMPETENCE, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ADAPTIVENESS OUR KEY SUCCESS FACTORS.

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Technology & Licensing

Power

Additional professionals of Electrical & Instrumentation division

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Engineering & Construction

Fertilizers

TOTALING

~ 7,600 30

Countries

€ 1.7 Billion 2015 Revenues

45

Operating companies

€ 6.9 Billion 2015 Backlog

FIGURES

Industry Business Model Sister Companies

Petrochemicals

~ 4,600

Financials

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Oil & Gas


OUR OUR CORE WE ARE

• We will continue to foster our expansion in geographies different from the historical ones such as Malaysia, Indonesia and Americas; we will strengthen ourselves in Oman and we will relaunch more and more our presence in Iran in order to get at the right moment the new wave of investments. • Leveraging our distinctive technology driven business, we will continue to

push on an early involvement in clients’ investment initiatives, contributing from the first stage not only technical expertise but also financing schemes with a project development attitude. • Commercially we are also ready to leverage our posit io n o f exce l l e nce i n petchem and fertilizers sector to assist our clients in brownfield revamping initiatives which call for highly sophisticated process engineering expertise well combined with top ranking capabilities in field construction sequences. • At the same time we are preparing ourselves for the future. We will continue to invest on technology and on our best-in-class services engineering. We will develop Siluria potential in the olefins business contributing to its industrialization process. We will explore the adjacencies of our urea/fertilizers technological leadership. We will also push on

the commercialization of the technologies incubated by the Maire Tecnimont Innovation Center which are ready to go to the market. • Simultaneously we will continue to enhance our execution capabilities in larger and more complex “integrated projects” in order to accommodate better and better increasing market demand for multidisciplinary efforts. • We will also implement our vision on the renewable energies market along the lines of Italian leadership in the worldwide sector which is asking for very large plants in brand new geographies; we will as well develop our vision in the green chemistry in order to gradually get ready to a new paradigm of growth in the direction of bio chemicals.

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• The next future of the Group will be positively characterized by the execution of the record portfolio of projects acquired in 2015 thanks to our distinctive focus on downstream market developments. It is giving very good visibility on the business dynamics for the next 2/3 years in an overall industry which, conversely, is experiencing a phase of discontinuity. Our greatest effort will be therefore to deliver results on our core business backlog with maximum operational and financial discipline.

FIGURES

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Group responsiveness to market discontinuity


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Engineering & Construction

WE ARE

MAIRE TECNIMONT ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION FOR THE HYDROCARBON PROCESSING INDUSTRIES IS DRIVEN BY ITS LONG ROOTS IN HIGHLY COMPLICATED DOWNSTREAM PLANTS.

A strong technology orientation provides access to the best available state-of-the art processes, guaranteeing us a recognized world leadership as a contractor. Through our network of international engineering centres, we provide clients with services and know-how ranging from conceptual studies,

Through the process engineering contractor, KT–Kinetics Technology, we offer expertise in EPC contracting for Refinery Licensed Catalytic Units along with knownhow and proprietary technology in sulphur recovery units, hydrogen and syngas, providing comprehensive process technology packages and offering clients end-toend, tailor-made solutions. The Group has also developed high-level skills and competence in power generation from fossil fuel and renewable sources, infrastructure and civil engineering. Furthermore, the Group subsidiary Tecnimont Private Limited in India provides world class Electrical and Instrumentation construction services. Thanks to our global procurement platform we

are able to cover all client requirements, leveraging on a network of high-quality equipment vendors and construction subcontractors. The services we provide benefit from business synergies and cross-fertilization across the Group, profiting from all our companies’ skills and specializations.

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Thanks to a flexible business model the Group offers advanced skills in licensing, engineering services, EP (Engineering & Procurement), and EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction).

through technology selection, to process engineering and detailed design.

FIGURES

BUSINESS ACTIVITIES

A well-rooted legacy in engineering design, along with a sound track record in managing large integrated complex projects in oil & gas, petrochemicals and fertilizers, has allowed Maire Tecnimont, through its main subsidiary Tecn i mon t , to mai n t ai n a leading position as an international contractor.


KT, the process engineering contractor of the Group in oil and gas, is a recognized leader in the licensing and supply of hydrogen and sulphur re-

covery units (SRUs) and ancillary facilities. Over last 40 years, KT has continuously updated its steam reforming design based on top and side-fired concept, completed more than 100 projects, and enlarged its reforming technology. KT’s proprietary RAR (Reduction, Absorption, Recycle) technology, widely recognized as a Best Available Technique, is capable of achieving the maximum sulphur recovery demanded by the market. KT is also developing a novel process to convert hydrogen sulphide into hydrogen and liquid sulphur by partial oxidation. This environmentally friendly technology could lead to the goal of zero emissions to the atmosphere. In the fertilizer business the Group, through its licensing company, Stamicarbon, is the leader in the development and licensing of urea technology, with over 65 years of experience and more than

240 grassroots and 90 revamping projects completed. Since inventing the CO2 stripping technology in the 1960s, Stamicarbon has dedicated itself to continually improving and innovating its technologies and designs. These developments, based on a full life-cycle approach, have led to reduced investment costs and more reliable, efficient and environmentally friendly plant operations. The Maire Tecnimont technology portfolio consist of more than 100 patent families and about 1,000 individual patents and patent applications in many countries. We continue to patent all our innovations through the Maire Tecnimont Innovation Centre, the technology and intellectual property hub of the Group. In addition, the innovation pipeline (IPL) process has been rolled out across the Group, resulting in over 200 new innovation projects and more than 54 new patents in differ-

Along with the agreement, Maire Tecnimont has made an investment of $10 million in Siluria, giving it a minority stake in the US company’s share capital. The combination of Maire Tecnimont’s expertise in engineering, construction and technology licensing and Siluria’s groundbreaking technology portfolio will enable the two companies to offer high-value solutions to customers in the petrochemical industry.

ent fields. Most of these projects benefit from cross-fertilization within the Group and combine our diverse skills and synergies. Maire Tecnimont’s research activities fall mainly into the following categories: development of new raw materials for petrochemicals production; improvement of current technologies; and development of innovative and sustainable new technologies. Maire Tecnimont cooperates with the Polytechnic University of Milan in the gas treatment area, principally in the removal of CO2 and acid components from natural gas. This will broaden the range of proprietary technologies in the Group’s core businesses. In addition, Tecnimont, along with Tecnimont Private Limited, Mumbai, is developing “Design To Cost” projects to reduce the cost of engineering and materials selection through the introduction of

innovative design tools, work instructions and methodologies. Other projects, funded by the EU, include the development of a catalytic dehydrogenation process to produce propylene from propane in a membrane reactor, using palladium alloy membrane technology. Through KT/Processi Innovativi, Maire Tecnimont is also involved in two solar energy projects with the Italian research centre ENEA. One is for the production of synthesis gas from natural gas and bioethanol at medium temperature using a membrane reactor. The other is for the desalination of water using solar energy and molten-salt as the heat carrier. KT is also working on the use of ionic liquids for biofuel production from algae. Finally, the Group subsidiary, Processi Innovativi, develops processes for “Green Chemistry”.

N° PATENTS/PATENT APPLICATIONS PER 31.12.2015

939

TECHNOLOGY

WE ARE

Maire Tecnimont SpA and Siluria Technologies Inc. have entered into a joint collaboration agreement to combine their respective technologies and expertise to commercialize a unique disruptive process to convert natural gas and ethane into higher-value products. This technology can be readily integrated into existing petrochemical industry operations.

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MAIRE TECNIMONT GROUP HAS A CLEAR PIONEERING VISION AND ITS TECHNOLOGY ORIENTATION IS ONE OF THE KEY DRIVERS OF ITS STRATEGY.

Maire Tecnimont Group has a clear pioneering vision and its technology orientation is one of the key drivers of its strategy. Tecnimont, the main contractor of the Group, has a history going back to Giulio Natta, the Italian Nobel Prize winner in chemistry and inventor of polypropylene. This legacy has given Tecnimont access to all first-class polyolefins technologies from different licensors as well as many other petrochemical processes. Tecnimont often develops process design packages and other high-value engineering activities for the licensors for whom it is the preferred contractor. In 2016 the Company broadened its technological base through the cooperation agreement with Siluria, based in San Francisco (see the box).

OUR OUR CORE

SILURIA

Urea technologies LICENSOR

Stamicarbon

99

TECHNOLOGY

H2, Syngas and base chemical production LICENSOR

MTIC/KT

11

IN OTHER TECHNOLOGIES

FIGURES

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Technology & Licensing


• Advanced project development, technical and financial skills to coordinate the whole process and the various financial, institutional, industrial and technical actors involved on end-to-end basis;

• Steering the strategic development, from concept to execution of large-scale projects to evaluate potential involvement in the project venture;

OUR OUR CORE

NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: O&M AND TRAINING • N ew b us i ne ss a p p roach amongst others focused on single plant owners’ opportunities in fertilizers and methanol business.

• Customized services to optimize Operation and Maintenance of client’s assets, from advisory services to full outsourcing, including dedicated Training;

• Capability to transfer Group’s long-standing chemical processing industry expertise into a complete operating experience;

EXECUTION DRIVEN

Financing

Execution

Operation & Capitalization

Licensing

Process Design

Engineering

Procurement

Construction

Operation Maintenance FIGURES

Contracting & Engineering

Sector Value Chain

Ideation & Definition Feasibility & Validation

Contractor

Developer

TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN

• Tailor-made services to the client requirement, fitting client’s strategy transferring expertise and moving their plants toward their ultimate performance.

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THE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT & VENTURING GROUP (PD&V)

WE ARE

THE NEW ENERGY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & VENTURES DIVISION IS TASKED WITH DEVELOPING AND PROMOTING NEW VENTURES CONNECTED WITH THE GROUP’S CORE BUSINESS IN ORDER TO STRENGTHEN ITS POSITION IN EMERGING NEW MARKETS AND BUSINESS MODELS.

Shareholder

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Energy Business Development & Ventures

TRAINING AND CONSULTANCY SERVICES


02. WE ARE


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WE ARE

THE GROUP MARKET POSITION AND OUR COMPETITIVENESS DEPEND FIRST OF ALL ON SKILLED AND COMMITTED HUMAN RESOURCES.

4,596 out of which females

out of which males

839 (18.3%)

3,757 (81.7%)

ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONALS

~ 3,000

of Electrical & Instrumentation division

TEN TO ONE: TOWARD THE FUTURE The Group colleagues coming from Italy and abroad gathered in Milan Headquarters. On the occasion of our first 10 years together as a Group, a special convention has been held on October 9th. Entrepreneurship was the key-word: it will be our way to breakthrough the past into the future. The event has been closed by Maire Tecnimont premises with a thrilling videomapping light show our Group decided to share with the city of Milano. EMPLOYEES SHARE OWNERSHIP PLAN In the Ten to One horizon, the company decided to implement an employees share ownership plan, an initiative unique in our industry. This is a pioneering way to commit everyone to create value in the long period, giving to our employees the opportunity to become a company shareholder. With this plan our employees will receive for free a number of shares depending on our performance, having the concrete opportunity to participate, more and more, to the success of the Group. People are at the center of our company, its beating heart. This tool is the most tangible way to demonstrate it.

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Thanks to all our colleagues, we at Maire Tecnimont are ready to master the change of the Engineering and Construction industry.

OUR EMPLOYEES

FIGURES

PEOPLE AT THE CENTER

We continue to foster our “people at the center” approach, which is based on the belief that our employees represent the real patrimony of the Group and the most valuable asset we can put at the service of our clients and partners.


Middle Managers

White Collars

Blue Collars

483

1,575

2,217

321

Females

34

(7%)

(34%)

Females

253

(16.1%)

(48%)

Females

547

(24.7%)

Females

5

(1.6%)

Rest of Europe

India

Rest of the World

1,994

238

1,913

451

(41.6%)

2,215

967

Rest of Technical Area

Commercial

409

137

EMPLOYEES BY AGE

Italy

(5.2%)

Operations

(7%)

EMPLOYEES BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA

(43.4%)

Engineering

WE ARE

Managers

(11%)

(9.8%)

Under 30

From 31 to 50

Over 50

772 3,067 807 (16%)

(67%)

637

Including also project services

(17%)

EMPLOYEES BY EDUCATION

Italy

Rest of Europe

43%

5% India

Rest of World

48%

4%

TRAINING INITIATIVES

FIGURES

EMPLOYEES BY WORKING HOURS

Staff

EMPLOYEES BY CITIZENSHIP

Including Rest of Asia, Africa and Americas

EMPLOYEES BY TYPE OF CONTRACT

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EMPLOYEES BY PROFESSIONAL AREA (Average data 2015)

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EMPLOYEES BY CATEGORY

Permanent Contracts

Short Term Contracts

Full time employees

Part time employees

University Degree

Of which Engineering Degree

Training hours

Attendances*

4,231

365

4,534

62

2,809

2,216

39,245

4,521

(92%)

(8%)

(99%)

(1%)

(61%)

(79%)

*Including all the participations in different initiatives, as Project Management courses, Induction Program for Young Graduates, technical, QHSE, linguistic, ICT training, as well as initiatives related to soft skills (Communication and Personal Development).


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WE ARE

MAIRE TECNIMONT SPA IS THE PARENT COMPANY OF THE MAIRE TECNIMONT GROUP, WHOSE STOCK HAS BEEN TRADED ON MILAN’S MERCATO TELEMATICO AZIONARIO DI BORSA ITALIANA SPA SINCE 2007.

Maire Tecnimont is organised according to the traditional administration and control model, including the Shareholders’ Meeting, the Board of Directors and the Board of Statutory Auditors. The Board of Directors has established two internal committees having advisory and proactive functions, the Remuneration Committee and the Control and Risk Committee, pursuant to the provisions set out in the Governance Code. The Board of Directors has also established a Related-Party Committee which is assigned the tasks and duties envisaged by CONSOB Related Parties Regulation.

One independent director was also appointed by the minority interests. Fabrizio Di Amato is the Chairman of the Board and Pierroberto Folgiero is the Chief Executive Officer.

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GOVERNANCE AND ORGANISATION

The Board strengthened its independence by the appointment of five independent directors out of nine, including four female independent directors.

For further information on the Corporate Governance of Maire Tecnimont SpA, please visit our website through the QR code above. FIGURES

The Company adheres to the Corporate Governance Code for Listed Companies of Borsa Italiana SpA.


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WE ARE

Board of Directors* Board of Statutory Auditors*

THE SHAREHOLDERS’ MEETING

2

3

BOARD OF STATUTORY AUDITORS

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

INDEPENDENT AUDITORS

It monitors the compliance with the law and the Company’s By-laws, the principles of good administration and the suitability of the organisational, administrative and accounting structure.

It determines and pursues the strategic objectives of the Company and the Group.

They have a mandate to verify the company reporting and accounting records and to form an opinion on the financial statements.

6

4

7

8

REMUNERATION COMMITTEE

RELATED-PARTY COMMITTEE

SUPERVISORY BODY

It assists the Board of Directors in assessing the suitability of the internal control and risk management system.

It formulates proposals regarding the remuneration of the Directors, including those holding special offices, and the apical executives of the Group.

It carries out those tasks reserved to it by CONSOB Related Parties Regulation and the related procedure adopted by the Company.

It carries out activities in compliance with the D. Lgs. 231/2001 and it overviews the implementation and update of the Model 231.

1

FABRIZIO DI AMATO Chairman, Executive

5

PATRIZIA RIVA Director, Independent

2

PIERROBERTO FOLGIERO Chief Executive Officer, Executive

6

GABRIELLA CHERSICLA Director, Independent Control and Risk Committee, Chairman Related-Party Committee, Chairman

3

LUIGI ALFIERI Director, Non Executive

4

STEFANO FIORINI Director, Non Executive

Control bodies

Management and Control bodies

Supervisory bodies

7

MAURIZIA SQUINZI Director, Independent

11

GIORGIO LOLI Standing Statutory Auditor

11

12

8

ANDREA PELLEGRINI Director, Independent Remuneration Committee, Chairman

9

VITTORIA GIUSTINIANI Director, Independent

BOARD OF STATUTORY AUDITORS

10

Management bodies

9

10

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

CONTROL AND RISK COMMITTEE

5

FRANCESCO FALLACARA Chairman

*As of 27 April 2016

12

ANTONIA DI BELLA Standing Statutory Auditor

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1

FIGURES

It is the corporate body in which Shareholders’ determinations are formed and expressed. It adopts resolutions on issues such as approval of financial statements, appointment of the Board of Directors, Board of Statutory Auditors, Independent Auditors and amendments to the Company’s By-laws.


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Group Management Team

7

4

8

9

11

15

5

12

FABRIZIO DI AMATO Chairman

13

2

PIERROBERTO FOLGIERO Group Chief Executive Officer

3

ALESSANDRO BERNINI Group Chief Financial Officer

4

FRANCO GHIRINGHELLI Human Resources, Organisation and ICT Senior Vice President

5

6

GIOVANNI SALE Corporate Strategy Vice President, Americas Region and Tecnimont Commercial & Business Development Vice President PEJMAN DJAVDAN Technology President, Stamicarbon Managing Director

GIANNI BARDAZZI Group Special Initiatives and Regions Coordination Senior Vice President, Russia and Caspian Region Vice President

12

PAOLO MONDO Group Procurement Vice President

13

8

FABIO FAGIOLI Group General Counsel

ANDREA VENA KT Commercial Vice President

14

9

ENRICO ROLANDELLI Tecnimont Engineering & Projects Vice President

OSCAR SPALMACH KT Projects Execution Vice President

15

CARMINE BIELLO Met NewEn Managing Director

16

SALVATORE ESPOSITO Tecnimont Civil Construction Managing Director

17

GAETANO IAQUANIELLO KT Innovation Strategy Vice President

10

11

FRANCO BROGGI Tecnimont Construction & Subcontracts Construction Vice President MARIO RUZZA Tecnimont Private Limited Chairman and Managing Director

19

20

21

22

14

17

7

18

10

16

1

6

25

23

24

26

27

18

MASSIMO SICARI Middle East Region Vice President

22

GIUSEPPE GUADAGNO Iran Group Initiatives Vice President

26

SIMONA DOLCE Group Corporate Secretary Head of Department

19

DAVIDE PELIZZOLA Sub-Saharan Africa Region Vice President

23

FABIO FRITELLI Group Finance Vice President

27

24

MILIND V. BARIDE Group Project Control & Contract Management Vice President

DAMIANO D’ALESSANDRO Group HSE, Project Quality and Risk Management Head of Department

25

CARLO NICOLAIS Head of Public Affairs and Communication

20

21

PONZIANO PRANDI North Africa Region Vice President STEPHEN ZWART Stamicarbon Licensing, Sales & Service Vice President

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3

WE ARE

2

FIGURES

1


03. WE SHARE, WE CARE


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MAIRE TECNIMONT GROUP DEVOTES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO SAFEGUARDING THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF ITS EMPLOYEES AND TO IMPROVING THE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE OF ITS BUSINESS.

We believe this is essential to create value for our stakeholders and to ensure a longterm health of our business. Our target is a zero-accident HSE record: therefore our training plans combined with a comprehensive preventive and protective approach contribute to a safety performance which confirms to be significantly better than international standards.

Maire Tecnimont Group has a long-established commitment to Health, Safety and the Environment. Our tailored HSE management system is continuously updated and deeply integrated into the business as an essential element of our mission. The Group believes that good HSE management means good project management and can clearly contribute to improving our corporate performance. Each operating company is addressed to establish, document, implement and maintain a proper HSE policy that incorporates HSE values and principles laid down at Group level. Each HSE policy is established to promote increasing efficiency in controlling and managing HSE issues during

the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning stages of our projects. Corporate Top Management regularly reviews performances, completeness and adequacy of the HSE Management System in order to confirm or update the HSE policy and to review HSE management procedures as well as improvement plans.

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Promoting safe and healthy working conditions in offices and during construction activities is a commitment to which we always devote special resources.

HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

FIGURES

PRIORITIZING HEALTH AND SAFETY

The attention dedicated by our Group to safeguard the health and safety of its employees and to improve the environmental performance of its activities represents a key reference both in project management and in continual improvement of business reliability.


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During 2015 a total of over 19 million man-hours were worked in Maire Tecnimont Group construction sites world-wide.

Values and trends shown by these indicators are regularly compared with internationally recognized benchmarks, such as those provided annually by the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) for EPC contractors. Among the most important IOGP indicators are LTIF (number of lost-time injuries/man-hours worked per 1,000,000 exposure hours) and TRIR (number of recordable workplace injuries/manhours worked per 1,000,000 exposure hours). The five-year data shown here after illustrate that the Group’s safety performance has been consistently and significantly better than the applicable IOGP benchmark, confirming the permanent and efficient efforts provided at Group level.

INDICATOR

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Total number of Man-hours worked (x 1000)*

94,425

115,531

58,167

45,042

19,952

Lost Time Injury Frequency (LTIF)

0.032

0.017

0.017

0.022

0.100

Total Recordable Injury Rate (TRIR)

0.625

0.242

0.086

0.289

0.301

*Contractors and subcontractors worked hours 1.170

1.190

1.140 1.050

1.380

TOTAL RECORDABLE INJURY RATE**

NAGRP/AGRP Kuwait

14,612,874

1.170 0.625

0.242 1.380

1.190

LLDPE/HDPE Dajeh, India

0.301 1.050

0.289

0.301

0.086

0.242 0.625

1.140 0.289

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The Group adopts the main p er fo rm a nce in d ic ato rs defined by OSHA (the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration), together with detailed company safety statistics, to monitor the trends in its site safety performance.

GROUP SAFETY INDICATORS*

14,821,216 LOST TIME INJURY FREQUENCY**

Sadara HP LDPE Al-Jubail 2, KSA

13,275,163

0.210

0.240

0.220 0.170

0.032 0.210

0.017 0.240

0.017 0.220

0.022 0.170

Slovnaft Slovak Republic

2,371,937

0.032 Oil & Gas producers

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MAN-HOURS WORKED WITHOUT LTI

0.017

0.017

Maire Tecnimont Group

**Safety Performance Indicators referring only to construction sites

0.022

0.160

0.100

0.160

0.100

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CONSTRUCTION SITE PERFORMANCE


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MAIRE TECNIMONT GROUP HAS ALWAYS ASSIGNED PRIMARY IMPORTANCE TO THE RESPECT OF ETHICAL PRINCIPLES IN THE CONDUCT OF ITS BUSINESS. THIS BECAUSE ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR IN BUSINESS IS CRITICALLY IMPORTANT FOR MAINTAINING CONFIDENCE IN STAKEHOLDERS.

The latest update process of the Model involved many Functions in a multidisciplinary working table and it shall be considered in the wake of the path of the Maire Tecnimont Group with increasingly greater attention to “risk culture” fine tuning organisational and operational tools to correctly identify and properly measure, monitor

The Code of Ethics has been adopted in its entirety by all the Group’s subsidiaries, both in Italy and abroad. However, the Model sets out the corporate activities of each Italian company which have adopted it that are potentially susceptible to the crimes defined by the Italian Legislative Decree 231/2001, in addition it regulates those activities to ensure compliance with the law.

Group’s ethical culture is also defined by its corporate standards and procedures, the delineation of different roles and responsibilities, the separation of tasks, and targeted audits. These tools underpin the daily application of the principles defined by the Code of Ethics and the Model. The Group’s Internal Audit and Supervisory Bodies are the reference points for, respectively, the interpretation of the Code of Ethics and the Model. Please visit the Maire Tecnimont website for further information through the QR code above.

WITH GLOBAL COMPACT NETWORK ITALY As a founding member of the Global Compact Network Italy, the national network of the UN Global Compact initiative, Maire Tecnimont Group takes part in the Network’s working groups to raise awareness on day-to-day business policies that uphold the ten principles underlying the GC initiative. Regarding Principle 10 - Anti-corruption, members of the Group’s Internal Audit and Compliance Departments attend the working group where several leading companies describe their experiences, share their best practices, and discuss new solutions to fight against corruption in business.

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BUSINESS ETHICS

and manage risks. The Code of Ethics, issued by the parent company, reflects senior management’s desire for organisational compliance with values and rules that support an ethical climate.

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The Maire Tecnimont Group has consistently developed and updated the appropriate corporate governance tools (the Code of Ethics and the Organisation, Management and Control Model according to the Italian Legislative Decree 231/2001 “Model”).


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THE INTERNAL CONTROL AND RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IS A PRIMARY AND ESSENTIAL COMPONENT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND AN ESSENTIAL CONDITION FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH.

During the year 2015, based on the implementation of the new instruments of risk management, applied to commercial phase (Pre-tendering) and bid phase (Tendering) and during implementation (Execution) of the projects, applied also at Enterprise level (ERM), a quarterly report focused at illustrating the Group risk exposure is prepared, issued and reported to Control and Risk Committee.

The internal communication and training of the operating tools and reporting of the Risk Management System, have been implemented and enforced according to the high commitment assigned by the our Company Management.

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The risk management process is based on guidelines and references defined at Group level compatible with the strategic objectives.

Our promotion of a risk culture also sets as a central objective the awareness of everyone to develop individual responsibility and rules of conduct.

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MANAGING RISKS

It is the set of rules, procedures and organisational structures aimed at ensuring the proper management of the company through suitable identification, measurement, management and monitoring of the main risks.


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ENSURING THE RESPECT OF TIMING AND BUDGET CONSTRAINT, ENGAGING THE RIGHT PARTNER FOR EVERY PROJECT PHASE, IS THE CHALLENGE THAT EVERY DAY OUR GROUP PROCUREMENT TEAM IS FOCUSED ON.

~ 2 billion Group order booking

+30 Projects

+45

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parts spread in more than 45 countries. We select our preferred partners through a robust qualification process during which we evaluate all the technical skills, the references, the financial strength and the willingness to be focused on common goals. A constant focus is reserved also to the local content of the overall supply base. We consider it of pivotal importance to allow us to differentiate our results during the execution phase from the rest of the market. For further information please visit our website through the QR code above.

Country supply footprint

SPEED, INTELLIGENCE, COOPERATION IN PROCUREMENT: THE E2Y PROGRAM In 2015 Maire Tecnimont launched E2Y procurement platform enabling a more effective, proactive and integrated procurement cycle. All the phases of the procurement process are now electronically managed in compliance with both the Group procedures and local and geographical needs. It enhances the process transparency in negotiations ensuring a more efficient integration among Engineering, Procurement and Construction and a faster negotiation timing with no compromise on quality of the supplies.

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OUR SUPPLY CHAIN

Our 300 professionals are spread around the Company international footprint making sure that during all the phases of the procurement cycle risks, quality, economics and timing are in line with the Customer expectation. Sustainability, process compliance and work ethics are the drivers for our duties and pushes all the activities towards the most suitable partner. We can now achieve the highest level of performance in delivering our projects because we continue investing in our people and in the relationships with our suppliers and we can count on more than 15,000 counter-


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TRANSPARENCY IN GOVERNANCE We work to keep a fair and constant communication with the public and to guarantee a proper governance and management system to safeguard value for all our stakeholders.

ensure for stakeholders the safety and reliability of all our activities. LOCAL CONTENT DYNAMIZATION This has become our main way of operating in both established and developing markets, ensuring not only a durable and profitable presence worldwide but also business and personal development opportunities at a local level in the markets in which we operate.

the long-term solidity of our business and shared value creation and protection. By using dedicated channels, we aim to maintain a constant dialogue with employees, clients, the financial community, suppliers, civil society and other institutions. These channels enable us to gather their expectations and opinions and address them properly.

ACTING RESPONSIBLY

PROJECT PERFORMANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY

For us, acting responsibly means working to develop people skills, contributing to responsible citizenship, and minimizing our environmental footprint. This is the framework on which the entire system rests.

We are committed to providing a risk management system to reduce volatility and

Our Group is aware of the importance of generating trust in its stakeholders, for

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SUSTAINABILITY APPROACH AND STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

The actions we implement for our stakeholders are the visible expression of those values, and talking about sustainability implies talking about our values. But not only social values: it also means talking about the physical value that we create and share. Sustainability is part of Group’s business strategy. We are committed to making sustainability drivers a reality in our everyday work.

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OUR WAY OF DOING BUSINESS IS DEEPLY CONNECTED WITH THE CORPORATE VALUES EMBEDDED IN OUR DNA.


CAMEROON: CULTIVATING A DIFFERENT FUTURE Small farmers, particularly in rural areas of Africa, have great potential but often do not have access to the means to become entrepreneurs. The lack of resources both financial and practical (tools, seeds...) limits their production capacity to the mere subsistence. The farmers who enhance their technical skills in terms of productivity and resource management are an essential building block for the development of their communities, triggering virtuous circles for poverty reduction and food security improvement. That is why, since December 2014, our Group is supporting the creation of a micro-credit revolving fund aimed at developing the business skills of small farmers in the Duala area, Cameroon. Small local

producers – preferably women and young people – started to receive microloans in nature in the form of seeds, small work materials, fertilizers and products for the maintenance of the plantations. Etimos is the partner that Maire Tecnimont chose for its long experience in microcredit and for having been working in Cameroon for more than 10 years, managing funds also from Fefisol (the European Solidarity Investment Fund for Africa). On-site activities are followed by Etimos Africa in collaboration with local microfinance organisation.

GROUP COMMITMENT FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA Maire Tecnimont Group keeps investing on creating new education and training opportunities to disadvantaged children and women in India. Partnering with the local NGO Meljol on 60 schools of Mumbai and Navi Mumbai, the first program allows about 9,000 children from 6 to 18 years to access specific trainings according to Aflatoun & Aflateen method and social & financial sessions. Aflatoun & Aflateen method encourages children and young people to manage their resources better and start social and financial micro-enterprises. A second support program has been developed by our Group in partnership with the local NGO CORP to promote the active participation of women in the economic life

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For the fourth year Maire Tecnimont Group renewed its support to the ten principles behind the largest voluntary corporate responsibility initiative in the world, being one of more than 12,000 UN Global Compact signatories in 170 countries. Our commitment for protecting human rights, respecting labour and the environment, and fighting against corruption is part of our duty as a responsible corporate citizen and our responsibility as a participant of the Compact. To make this commitment even more real, our Group participates as a founding member of Global Compact Network Italy. Read our last Communication on Progress at the Global Compact web site: www.unglobalcompact.org

of their communities thanks to vocational courses (tailoring, beautician, teachers training, computer literacy and income generation programmes). The project involves about 600 women in 13 disadvantaged neighbourhoods of Greater Mumbai and combines professional skill training with education on women’s rights and empowerment.

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OUR GROUP IS ALONGSIDE WOMEN, CHILDREN AND SMALL FARMERS SUPPORTING TRAINING, EDUCATION AND ENTERPRENEURSHIP.

PARTICIPATING IN UNITED NATIONS GLOBAL COMPACT

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Local communities


04. FIGURES


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MAIRE TECNIMONT HAS SHOWN POSITIVE PERFORMANCE THANKS TO ITS FOCUS ON DOWNSTREAM AND ONSHORE.

FY 2015

FY 2014

% CHANGE

Revenues

1,669.6

1,583.2

5.5%

EBITDA

130.8

126.9

3.1%

EBITDA Margin

7.8%

8.0%

-0.2pp

Pre-Tax Income

77.6

61.4

26.4%

Normalised Net Income (*)

49.1

38.9

26.4%

EURO MILLION

31.12.2015

31.12.2014

CHANGE

Net Financial Debt

125.6

365.0

(239.4)

*Restated by applying the normalised 2015 tax rate of 36.7%

Oil service sector has experienced very challenging couple of years due to the dynamics of the oil price. Maire Tecnimont positioning on downstream and onshore, together with an increasing backlog, have contributed to Group positive performance vis-a-vis the rest of the industry.

In 2015 Group Revenues and EBITDA year on year continued to grow, while financial reinforcement has been supported by significant deleveraging.

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FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

EURO MILLION

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MAIN GROUP FINANCIALS


7%

BACKLOG

93%

Technology, Engineering & Construction

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Infrastructure & Civil Engineering

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REVENUES BY SECTOR

EBITDA

NET INCOME*

2015 BACKLOG BY AREA

13%

25%

33%

Rest of Europe

Middle East

29% Others

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Italy

*Restated by applying the normalised 2015 tax rate of 36.7%

NFP

2015 BACKLOG BY TYPE**

NET WORTH

2% E

13% EP

**Excluding the Infrastructure & Civil Engineering Business Unit

85% EPC

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REVENUES


During 2015, the share performance was significantly influenced by various factors: • The announcement made on March 2015 of the positive results of 2014 and the general increase of recommendations and target prices by the analyst community positively influenced the stock, especially in the first part of 2015;

OUR OUR CORE Euro 19,689,550

Number of Ordinary Shares

no. 305,527,500

Market Float, Number of Shares

no. 106,875,000

% Market Float of Share Capital

34.980%

Ordinary Share stock price on the Milan Stock Exchange, in Euro

01/01 - 30/12/2015

Maximum (20 July 2015)

3.186

Minimum (13 January 2015)

1.625

Average

2.5752

End of Period (30 December 2015)

2.51

Market capitalization (at 30 December 2015)

766,874,025

• Though the falling price of oil does not directly impact the Group’s business, given the focus on the activities of downstream and fertilizers, the negative sentiment towards the sector in which the Group operates also had a negative impact on the stock performance, particularly in the second part of 2015.

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Share Capital

MAIRE TECNIMONT SHARE PRICE PERFORMANCE VS BEUOILS AND VS ITMC IN 2015

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In FY 2015, there was a positive change (+39%) in the Issuer’s capitalization, which went from Euro 551,782,665 in 2014 to Euro 766,874,025 as at 31 December 2015.

SHARE CAPITAL OF MAIRE TECNIMONT S.P.A. AT 31 DECEMBER 2015

The number of ordinary shares of the Issuer at 31 December 2015 was 305,527,500 and did not change in the year. The daily average trading volume in 2015 was 1.713 million shares with an average unit price of Euro 2.5752.

• On the contrary, an unfavourable situation in the financial markets adversely affected by fears of slowing growth in China and worldwide, has penalized the security since August 2015;

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Shareholder Notebook

Maire Tecnimont

FTSE MIB Index

BEUOILS Index


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Think about 7,600 highly skilled professionals operating in the oil & gas processing, petrochemicals, and fertilizer industry. This is Maire Tecnimont. An industrial leader in Engineering & Contracting, Technology & Licensing, and Energy Business Development and Ventures. Listed in the Milan Stock Exchange, the Group is among the top-ranking worldwide engineering contractors.


Maire Tecnimont in brief INDUSTRY

Petrochemicals

Oil & Gas

Fertilizers

Power

BUSINESS MODEL

Engineering & Construction

Technology & Licensing

~ 4,600

30

COUNTRIES

Employees

+

45

OPERATING COMPANIES

€ 6.4 MILLION

1,000

INDIVIDUAL PATENTS AND PATENT APPLICATIONS

Figures as of 31.12.2015

USD 2.25

ABOUT BILLION: ADCO PROJECT

~ 3,000

Additional professionals of E&I division

TOTALING

~ 7,600

€ 1.7BILLION

R&D

Energy Business Development & Ventures

REVENUES

LARGEST AWARD

€ 6.9 BILLION BACKLOG


Group offices ROME

SITTARD

MILAN

SALZGITTER

MUMBAI

Headquarters Main offices and engineering centres Subsidiaries, branch and representative offices

Maire Tecnimont Group HEADQUARTERS Via Gaetano de Castillia 6A 20124 Milan Italy

www.mairetecnimont.com


Petrochemicals SINCE

62 POLYETHYLENE PLANTS

1970 117 POLYPROPYLENE PLANTS

30%

MARKET SHARE IN POLYOLEFIN PLANTS (#1 WORLDWIDE FOR CAPACITY INSTALLED IN THE LAST SIX YEARS), INCLUDING A 40% SHARE IN LDPE


Petrochemicals

Ongoing Projects

Main Completed Projects

The Group, through its subsidiary Tecnimont, has access to all first-class polyolefins technologies and has the size and capability to manage and execute several projects simultaneously using different technologies while ensuring confidentiality and preserving Licensors’ know-how.

LDPE PLANT - Sadara, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Client: Sadara Chemical Company Contract type: EPC

Tecnimont is included in the shortlist of preferred engineering contractors for many patented technologies, and can develop the Licensor’s process design package - the know-how documentation delivered by the technology provider to the Contractor - for and on behalf of the Licensor itself.

PP, U&O PLANT - Sumgayit, Azerbaijan Client: SOCAR Polymer Contract type: EPC HDPE PLANT - Sumgayit, Azerbaijan Client: SOCAR Polymer Contract type: EPC

PDH PLANT - Tobolsk, Western Siberia Client: Tobolsk Polymer LLC (JSC Sibur Holding) Contract type: EPC

Tecnimont is able to perform a wide range of functions in the international market for polyolefins plants. These include acting as general contractor for entire petrochemical complexes, providing the complete chain of services, starting from feasibility studies and technology selection, through basic and detailed engineering, supply of equipment and materials, to supervision of erection, construction and commissioning, on an EPC LSTK basis.

TAHRIR PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX - Egypt Client: Carbon Holdings Contract type: EPCC

LLDPE-HDPE-PP PLANTS - Dahej, Gujarat, India Client: OPAL (JV ONGC, GSPC, GAIL) Contract type: EPC

LLDPE-HDPE-PP PLANTS - Sohar, Oman Client: LIWA Plastic Industries Complex ORPIC Contract type: EPC

POLYOLEFINS COMPLEX - Ruwais, UAE Client: BOROUGE 2 (JV ADNOC - Borealis) Contract type: EPC

POLYOLEFINS UNITS (RAPID) - Pengerang, Malaysia Client: PRPC Polymers Sdn Bhd (PETRONAS) Contract type: EPCC (JV HQC)

POLYOLEFINS COMPLEX - Ruwais, UAE Client: BOROUGE 3 (JV ADNOC - Borealis) Contract type: EPC (JV Samsung)

PDH PLANT - Police, Poland Client: Polska S.a Contract type: FEED + CE

LDPE PLANT - Veracruz, Mexico Client: Etileno XXI Services BV Contract type: EP

< 200 Mn Euro 200 to 500 Mn Euro 500 to 1,000 Mn Euro > 1,000 Mn Euro

LDPE PLANT - Bratislava, Slovak Republic Client: Slovnaft Petrochemicals s.r.o. (MOL Group) Contract type: EPC

POLYOLEFINS COMPLEX - Rabigh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Client: Petro Rabigh (JV Aramco - Sumitomo) Contract type: EPC (Consortium Sumitomo Chemical Eng.Co) PDH - PP PLANT - Al Jubail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Client: Al Waha (JV Sahara, LyondellBasell) Contract type: EPC (Consortium Daelim)

PE - NAO PLANTS - Mesaieed, Qatar Client: Qatar Chemical Company II Contract type: EPC (Consortium Daewoo)


Oil & Gas 130,000 BOPD 73,000 BOPD

CRUDE REFINERY CAPACITY, CORU MOSCOW REFINERY UPGRADING PROJECT

OIL TREATMENT CAPACITY, ADCO AL DABB’IYA PHASE III PROJECT

370 KM

GATHERING AND EXPORT PIPELINE NETWORK, ADCO AL DABB’IYA PHASE III PROJECT

2,150 MMSCFD GAS TREATMENT CAPACITY, GASCO HABSHAN 5


Oil & Gas The Group, through its subsidiaries Tecnimont and KT–Kinetics Technology, has accumulated considerable expertise and numerous references in the oil and gas sector, including refining and LNG terminals. We have consolidated our position in oil and gas, both upstream and downstream, with contracts for mega-gas processing complexes, oil field development mega-project, aromatic complex and refinery units. The Group has matured first-class reputation in the Gulf region by its successful completion of EPC contracts in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and the UAE. The Group has also won major contracts in North Africa (Algeria), Europe (Poland), India and the CIS. Moreover, through KT, the Group operates internationally as a provider of proprietary technologies in sulphur recovery and hydrogen production and as supplier of critical equipments. Significant EPC projects are under execution at Total Antwerp refinery (ROG) and LOTOS Gdansk Refinery (DCU Complex, Naphta hydrotreater, vacuum distillation).

< 200 Mn Euro 200 to 500 Mn Euro 500 to 1,000 Mn Euro > 1,000 Mn Euro

Ongoing Projects REFINERY OFF GAS (ROG) PROJECT - Antwerp, Belgium Client: Total Olefins Antwerp Contract type: EPC DELAYED COKER COMPLEX PROJECT AND HYDROWAX VACUUM DISTILLATION - Gdansk, Poland Client: LOTOS Asfalt SP. ZO.O Contract type: EPC COMBINED OIL REFINING UNIT (CORU) MOSCOW REFINERY - Russian Federation Client: JSC Gazprom Neft Moscow Refinery Contract type: EPCm IGD EXPANSION PROJECT (IGD-E1), GAS TREATMENT AND MARINE WORKS - Das Island, UAE Client: ADGAS (Adnoc Group) Contract type: EPC (Consortium Archirodon) OIL GATHERING, TREATMENT, EXPORT AL DABB’IYA PHASE III - Abu Dhabi, UAE Client: ADCO Contract type: EPC CLEAN FUEL PROJECT - Rabigh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Client: Petro Rabigh Contract type: EPC NEW HYDROGEN PRODUCTION UNIT CADEREYTA REFINERY - Cadereyta (Monterrey), Mexico Client: Pemex Refinación Contract type: EPC SULPHUR RECOVERY UNITS - Mostorod, Egypt Client: Egyptian Refinery Company Contract type: EP

Main Completed Projects SULPHUR RECOVERY UNIT - Burgas, Bulgaria Client: OOO Lukoil Neftochim Burgas AD Contract type: EPC MODULARIZED HYDROGEN PRODUCTION PLANT - Perm, Russian Federation Client: Lukoil Permnefteorgsintez Contract type: EPC MILD HYDROCRACKING UNIT - Busalla, Italy Client: IPLOM Contract type: EPC LNG TERMINAL CHENTOUJIA - Guangdong, China Client: Guangdong LNG JEO Contract type: EPC (JV Saipem) INTEGRATED GAS DEVELOPMENT, HABSHAN 5 - Abu Dhabi, UAE Client: GASCO Contract type: EPC (JV JGC) AROMATICS COMPLEX - Shuaiba, Kuwait Client: Kuwait Paraxylene Production Company (KPPC) Contract type: EPC (Consortium SKEC) WAFA GAS PLANTS PROJECT MELLITAH & GADAMES BASIN - Libya Client: AGIP GAS BV Contract type: EPC (JV JGC) HYDROGEN GENERATION PLANT - Rijeka, Croatia Client: Ina Industrija Nafte Contract type: EPC


Fertilizers SINCE

54%

1924

MARKET SHARE (#1 WORLDWIDE) IN LICENSING UREA SYNTHESIS PLANTS

98 AMMONIA PLANTS

74 UREA

PLANTS

34%

MARKET SHARE (#2 WORLDWIDE) IN LICENSING UREA GRANULATION TECHNOLOGY


Fertilizers The Group provides a wide and integrated range of services, from feasibility studies to basic engineering, from selecting licensors to developing lump-sum turnkey projects. Thanks to the acquisition of Stamicarbon in 2009, the Group is a benchmark player in the development of ammonia-urea E&C projects, ensuring the best technologies available on the market, granting licensing, executing procurement and construction of new urea plants and revamps of existing ones. Over 250 urea plants around the world have used or are currently using our technology. Thanks to the expertise acquired in ammonia synthesis plants based on steam reforming of Natural Gas, the Group is also capable and willing to offer large scale methanol plants based on the most reliable and advanced technologies available worldwide.

< 200 Mn Euro 200 to 500 Mn Euro 500 to 1,000 Mn Euro > 1,000 Mn Euro

Ongoing Projects FERTILIZERS COMPLEX - Aswan, Egypt Client: KIMA Contract type: EPCC AMMONIA DEBOTTLENECKING - Annaba, Arzew, Algeria Client: Fertial Contract type: E IOWA FERTILIZER COMPANY - Wever, Iowa, USA Client: Orascom Construction Industries Contract type: EP YARA SLUISKIL - Sluiskil, The Netherlands Client: Yara International ASA Contract type: EPC

Main Completed Projects FERTILIZER COMPLEX PROJECT - Al-Jubail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Client: SAFCO Contract type: EPC UREA DEBOTTLENECKING & GRANULATION PLANT - Shuaiba, Kuwait Client: P.I.C. Contract type: EPC AMMONIA PLANT NANGAL - Punjab, India Client: National Fertilizers Ltd. Contract type: EPCC

Urea Licensing Business

AMMONIA PLANT - Kingisepp, Russian Federation Client: EuroChem Mineral and Chemical Company Contract Type: EPC

LAUNCH MELT™ Pool Condenser Design - Assaluye, Iran Client: Lavan Chemical Company Contract type: Licensing, PDP and BEP

AMMONIA/UREA PLANT - Nevinnomyssk, Russian Federation Client: EuroChem Mineral and Chemical Company Contract type: Engineering Works

LAUNCH MELT™ Pool Reactor Design - Kermanshah, Iran Client: Kermanshah Petrochemical Company Contract type: Licensing, PDP and BEP EVOLVE CAPACITY™ Revamp - Geismar, USA Client: PCS Nitrogen Geismar Contract type: Licensing, PDP and Equipment Supply - Perm, Russian Federation Client: Uralchem OJSC – Mineral Fertilizers OJSC (PMF) Contract type: Licensing, PDP and BEP - Sluiskil, The Netherlands Client: Yara Contract type: Licensing and PDP


Power SINCE

1962

44

COUNTRIES

223

PROJECTS

21,000

MW INSTALLED


Power The Group can count on considerable expertise and experience in the engineering and design of advanced electricity generation projects in Italy and abroad. Our skills embrace simple and combined-cycle gas turbines, cogeneration, coal-fired plants; electricity generating units forming part of Maire Tecnimont’s oil & gas, petrochemicals and fertilizer projects; electricity distribution networks for civil and industrial use; and district heating systems. The Group also provides clients with project management consultancy services and due diligence services, along with feasibility studies and front-end engineering design. Our high-level engineering services match the use of resources to the specific needs of the projects. We deliver reliable facilities based on the most advanced technologies with the minimum environmental impact, thus ensuring that energy costs remain low throughout the supply chain and minimizing the impact on final consumers.

< 200 Mn Euro 200 to 500 Mn Euro 500 to 1,000 Mn Euro > 1,000 Mn Euro

Ongoing Projects PULVERISED COAL POWER PLANT 2X376 MW - Punta Catalina, Dominican Republic Client: CDEEE Contract type: EP (Consortium Odebrecht and Estrella) OIL AND GAS TREATMENT “TEMPA ROSSA” 38 MW - Corleto Perticara, Italy* Client: Total E&P Italia S.p.A. (Total Group) Contract type: EPSCC FERTIZER COMPLEX 27 MW - Aswan, Egypt* Client: KIMA Contract type: EPC IOWA AMMONIA COMPLEX 20 MW - Wever, Iowa, USA* Client: ORASCOM E&C Contract type: EP AMMONIA COMPLEX 18 MW Kingisepp, Russian Federation* Client: Kingisepp Russia Contract type: EPC

Main Completed Projects COMBINED CYCLE 850 MW - Turbigo, Italy Client: Edipower Contract type: EPC (Consortium Techint, Siemens) COMBINED CYCLE 840 MW - Piacenza, Italy Client: Edipower Contract type: EPC (Consortium Techint, Siemens)

COAL POWER PLANT 720 MW - Cearà, Brazil Client: MPX Pecem Geraçao de Energia S.A. (MPX and EDP) Contract type: EPC Third Line “Pecem 2” 365 MW (Consortium Efacec) COAL POWER PLANT 370 MW - Coronel, Chile Client: Colbun Electricity Company Contract type: EPC (Consortium SES) BOCAMINA COAL POWER PLANT 370 MW - Coronel, Chile Client: ENDESA Chile Contract type: EPC (Consortium SES) COAL POWER PLANT 360 MW - Maranhao, Brazil Client: Diferencial Energia Empreendimentos e Participaçoes Ltda (MPX) Contract type: EPC (Consortium Efacec) WAFA GAS PLANTS PROJECT DESERT & COASTAL 120 MW MELLITAH & GADAMES BASIN - Libya** Client: AGIP GAS BV Contract type: EPC (JV JGC) COMBINED CYCLE 97 MW - Valona, Albania Client: Albanian Electro-Energy Government Authority (KESH) Contract type: EPC

*Utility plant **Power utilities projects


The 2.0 Group Mottos

October 9th 2015: on the occasion of the first ten-year anniversary of Maire Tecnimont, the Group organised the big TEN TO ONE - TOWARD THE FUTURE event, gathering all colleagues from Italy and abroad to assemble new energy to meet the future.

“Ten to One” is more than an event. It is the Maire Tecnimont new approach for the next ten years of our Group. In this perspective, the Group has defined 8 mottos which will be our guidelines to take the challenge towards the Maire Tecnimont Group 2.0.

1. RIDE THE TURNAROUND!

2. TAKE THE CHALLENGE!

The challenge of 2016 for our Group: deliver our portfolio.

Managing uncertainties is the core of our job… As a sailor faces the sea every day.

Master the change, be actively part of it!

Let the passion for results drive your actions!

3. EVERY SINGLE DECISION COUNTS!

4. STEP UP AND MAKE THINGS HAPPEN!

Our work-success is the result of a thousand single choices made in the right sequence. There is no time for procrastination.

Talk and listen directly to your colleagues. Sending an e-mail could not be a solution. Let’s keep our doors open.

Your contribution makes a difference!

Beat the bureaucratic approach!


5. BE ADAPTIVE!

6. WE ARE RESILIENT!

Fast changes in the market create discontinuities while opening also opportunities to the most responsive players.

Recovering quickly from drastic changes is part of our noble and precious DNA. We live in a tough environment, but adversity made us stronger.

Agility is the key!

Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s capitalize on lessons learnt!

7. NOT JUST THE COMPANY, THIS IS YOUR COMPANY!

8. OUR TOMORROW IS NOW!

Building together the success of our Group creates shared value to everyone.

These are extraordinary times. If we stay focused on our corridor of growth we will be ready to build the next decade of Maire Tecnimont.

Be entrepreneur in a network of entrepreneurs!

The floor is ours!

Competence, Entrepreneurship and Adaptiveness are the key words to be successful in our industry in the new era we are entering. These mottos have been spread throughout our worldwide premises

to communicate to all our stakeholders the beauty of the challenge we have in front to get ready to the new decade.


Maire Tecnimont 2015 Facts & Figures