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Why WorleyParsons for Water? WorleyParsons is increasingly being sought by Customers as a key partner for all water related challenges. Our approach eliminates the often ad hoc management of water issues, and enables the development of long term strategies spanning the full asset life-cycle. Our strong track record in delivering innovative solutions utilizing pipelines, groundwater and membrane technologies, and sustainability modelling has proven to be pivotal in designing innovative and cost effective water solutions. We provide water engineering and project services to our major resources and energy customers in the form of total water management, planning, modelling, delivery and operations. Of equal importance, we work at every phase of development, delivery and operations, on major water infrastructure projects including: • Desalination • Water treatment plants • Wastewater treatment plants • Pipelines locations of PROJECTS BEING DEVELOPED BY global diversified resource leaders The World’s Freshwater Supplies projection for 2025 Annual renewable supplies per capita per river Basin (m3 per capita) 500 Scarcity

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The challenge Water is a critical resource for communities and industries around the world. In recent times, scarcity, increased competition for available resources, environmental pressures, floods, drought, and climate change uncertainty have combined to pose new challenges to our customer’s businesses and the community at large. As a consequence, a key challenge for our customers we see emerging is that of Water Stewardship, embracing all aspects of the responsible management of water including abstraction, discharge, and treatment and recycling.

Agenda

Your own sub headline Challenges through-out life-cycle

Determination of water needs and sourcing water

Community concerns around water supply & quality Social licence to operate

Water system selection Water system establishment

Water stewardship Water use efficiency Treatment and reuse/disposal of process and/or produced water

End of life water issues

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Our response WorleyParsons total water management solutions are sustainable in that they are both cost effective and deliver optimal outcomes. Our service response aligns with the full spectrum of water issues faced by our customers. We adopt or adapt the most suitable technologies available to deliver holistic water solutions.

Progressive risk mitigation Water planning Water source viability assessment / testing Water solution modelling

Stakeholder engagement Approvals management Regulatory risk assessment

Water system concept Water system design and delivery

Water Management (storage, re-use, disposal) Operational monitoring / audits Flood/drought risk mitigation

Post-life water monitoring / audits Closure planning

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A phased approach WORLEYPARSONS’ EXPERIENCE COVERS ALL FIVE PHASES OF THE ASSET LIFECYCLE

1 IDENTIFY 2 EVALUATE 3 DEFINE 4 EXECUTE Our phased approach to development and delivery is a WORLEYPARSONS’ EXPERIENCE COVERS global proven to progressively mitigate risk and Customerdiscipline Goals WORLEYPARSONS’ EXPERIENCE ALL FIVE PHASES OF THE ASSETCOVERS LIFECYCLE provide delivery assurance. ALL FIVE PHASES OF THEdevelopment ASSET LIFECYCLE Establish preliminary Establish Finalize scope scope and business strategy

options and execution strategy

IDENTIFY 11 IDENTIFY

and execution plan

EVALUATE DEFINE 22 EVALUATE 33 DEFINE

Detail and construct asset

EXECUTE 44 EXECUTE

Select concept

5 OPERATE

Sanction

Operate, maintain and improve asset

OPERATE 55 OPERATE

Start-up

Our Services Customer Goals

Customer Goals

development scope and maintain preliminary WORLEYPARSONS’ EXPERIENCE COVERS Preferred option • Operate, Brownfield projects • Finalize FEED • Detail Detailed engineering • Establish Options/scoping studies • Establish options and execution and execution plan construct asset and improve asset scope and business selection • Portfolio management • Cost estimate • Procurement • Business case ALL FIVE PHASES OF THE ASSET LIFECYCLE strategy strategy • Establish Master Planning and maintain preliminary development • Finalize • Operate, Asset management Bankablescope feasibility • Detail Mobilisation • Establish Procurement strategies • Site Selection andSelect concept study Sanction Start-up • and Reliability andasset integrity • construct EPCM • scope Risk assessment and execution plan asset improve and business options and execution permitting • 3 HSE and IR strategies IDENTIFY EVALUATE DEFINE EXECUTE OPERATE 2 4 5 • Business improvement • PMC • 1 Stakeholder engagement Our Services strategy • strategy Pre-feasibility study • Project execution plan • Opportunity assessment and Establish preliminary selection of scope and business alternatives strategy • Business model development

Our Services

• • EIS/EA • Options evaluation Scope development Detailed • •HVE/HVPD • Execution strategy • • Approvals management • Establish singleSelect concept Preliminary designSanction Engineering • Environmental development option •Finalize Cost estimating •Management EPCMand Establish development scope Detail •options Cost estimating •and Execution planning • PMC and execution execution plan construct asset • Commissioning •strategy Contract planning • Completions

Select concept

Our Services Total Water Management • Water Solutions consulting & advisory Our Business Lines services • Water management strategy

• Water Planning • Source • Use

Select

• Treatment

• Disposal • Supply and demand Brings real world experience into the forecasting • Water source viability front-end, value adding phases to maximize assessment / testing • Water source

investment return and underlying confidence identification

• Water solution modelling

• Regulatory risk assessment • Technology options

Sanction

• Water audits

• Flood / drought risk mitigation • Water system concept design

• EPCM • Program Management

Deliver

• Detailed design

• Converts Water Value the highest potential value options • Procurement Improvement Process identified at the Select phase, into fully defined • Integration (VIP) review

and successfully executed projects

• Commissioning

• Restoration

• Water Management (storage, re-use, disposal) • Operate and maintain water system

Improve

• Operational water Supports and improves monitoring / audits

customers’ assets throughout operating • lifecycle Water system • Water efficiency optimisation

• Flood / drought risk andmitigation financial

Profitably embeds environmental, social sustainability into project delivery across the asset lifecycle • Water Accounting (CDP)

CORE BUSINESS

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•Liability Asset management maintain • Operate, management

• Business and improve asset improvement • Operations and Start-upmaintenance support

• Water Management Plan • Water System Delivery

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Start-up • Support Portfolio delivery

CORE BUSINESS CORE BUSINESS

• Technology selection • Process optimisation

• Operations and •maintenance Brownfield projects

• Project controls

• Simulation modelling

Customer Goals • Concept Studies

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Identify Having a Total Water Management approach permits us to evaluate the water impacts on critical decisions early on in the lifecycle and ensures technical, financial and economic viability throughout the asset life-cycle. Customers work with our Water Solutions consultants to plan and develop an integrated water supply, use and re-use, and disposal management strategy. Scoping studies identify the community and social issues early on in the development, assess regulatory risk, recognise waste disposal, technology options, and provide a whole of lifecycle cost analysis for the purchase, transportation and treatment of water. This establishes the business case.

Services: • Water Solutions consulting & advisory services • Water management strategy • Supply and demand forecasting • Water source identification • Regulatory risk assessment • Technology options

Evaluate Our Water Planning services identify and model the water source, its use, method of treatment and disposal options. We use our EcoNomics™ tools to model and validate options with regards to sustainability and financial drivers.

Services: • Water Planning • Source • Use • Treatment • Disposal • Water source viability assessment / testing • Water solution modelling • Technology selection • Process optimisation • Water audits

Groundwater modeling results showing predicted drawdown from a Middle-east gas-field abstraction management scenario.

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Define Our water services are often a key tenet of the broader project and form part of the bankable feasibility study to achieve financial closure. This incorporates the key elements of a water risk assessment, as well as design, cost estimates, vendor recommendations, and contracting and commercial models for the supply of water facilities. At the define stage of the life-cycle our teams deliver services such as groundwater exploration and development, as well as the preliminary design of civil and hydraulic structures, process design, water pipelines and other distribution networks. Life-cycle costs are further tested and optimization criteria applied.

Mine site drainage and design

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Services: • Water Management Plan • Flood / drought risk mitigation • Water system concept design • Water Value Improvement Process (VIP) review


Execute We are unique in our ability to offer our customers different execution models for Water System Delivery.

Services:

Through work share, we link our global water centres of excellence with our high-value engineering centres, global procurement supply chain and delivery support group to provide a cohesive high-value delivery service on-site, co-ordinated through our network of over 150 local execution centres. We apply our management processes and management systems to the design, procurement and delivery of all water associated facilities. WorleyParsons Project Management Process (WPMP) comprises a flexible suite of control and delivery systems in combination with our OneWay™ Integrity Management System, which fully integrates health, safety and environment management requirements.

• Water System Delivery • EPCM • Program Management • Detailed design • Procurement • Integration • Commissioning

Our risk management strategies during construction (such as regional groundwater modelling and sustainable management of ground and surface water extraction, flood and aquatic ecology studies and water monitoring programs) limit the risk of both delays and increased costs.

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Operate Availability, reliability, operability and maintainability are all essential elements addressed throughout engineering, procurement and construction, driving down the cost of ownership over the project lifecycle. Our Improve business line focuses on water system upgrades, maintenance, and support services to sustain existing assets and raise business performance. We also provide ongoing environmental and regulatory support to our customers to ensure they meet their corporate sustainability goals and maintain their licence to operate.

Services: • Water Management (storage, reuse, disposal) • Operate and maintain water system • Operational water monitoring / audits • Water efficiency • Water system optimisation • Flood / drought risk mitigation

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Southern Seawater Desalination Plant Customer Southern Seawater Alliance (SSWA) Location Binningup, Western Australia phase

The Southern Seawater Desalination Project involved the delivery and design of a 320 ML/day seawater desalination plant. Particular features of this plant were the high focus on operational aspects and sustainability.

Our Services The project was delivered in an Alliance framework. WorleyParsons provided all engineering disciplines required to deliver the design and was extensively involved in plant construction and commissioning.

Innovations • Micro-tunnelling for the seawater inlet and brine discharge pipes. • Membrane filtration as the method for pre-treatment. • Split-hybrid membrane loading configurations - reduced operating pressure of the first pass reverse osmosis system. • Reverse osmosis racks designed from scratch eliminating all fabrication and operational (leaking) issues. • Unique reverse osmosis building and piping layoutspecifically developed to limit pump noise in the membrane area.

Key Achievements • Awarded ‘International Desalination Plant of the Year - 2012’ by the International Desalination Association • Delivered the first large plant in the world to use membrane filtration as a method of pre-treatment

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Agenda

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1 Coal Seam Gas Water Treatment Facilities QCLNG Queensland, Australia Owner’s Engineer for 100 MLD Northern Water Treatment RO desalination plants for treating CSG Produced Water in the Surat Basin.

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2 Second generation oil and gas handling plant

3 Seawater Injection Pipeline

Chevron / ExxonMobil / Kazakh Government Kazakhstan

FEED, Engineering, Procurement and Construction and Program Management Consultant.

Delivered a zero discharge wastewater treatment / recycling effluent treatment plant facility.

Kuwait Oil Company Kuwait

4 Sunrise Oil Sands – Water treating for Energy Island Husky Energy Canada Conceptual Engineering Design. • Provided a unique integrated water management approach. • Water treatment strategy recommended as a replacement for conventional de-oiling.

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5 Yeristova iron ore mine expansion Ferrexpo Poltava Mining Ukraine

6 Tonkolili Iron Ore 7 UCOG Water Engineered Wetland Management Plan Treatment Design Chevron

African Minerals Limited Alberta, Canada (AML) Total Water Management Sierra Leone Expert advice to optimize Plan for a 13 gas the dewatering network well exploratory Design model for a in real time. development. 3-stage passive water treatment system. • A groundwater • Qualification & dewatering model was • The design met all quantification of water prepared, critical to sources for drill/frac primary customer the correct dewatering water. objectives and provided design and scheduling • Analysis and disposal a cost-effective option of well-points and of the flowback and for the onsite treatment terraced pump systems produced water. of wastewater arising • Environmental permits from the mining for the development operation field

10 Piloncillo Ranch Project

11 Talisman Prime Relationship

12 QCLNG Upstream

Shell Texas, America

Talisman Energy Canada

Concept design of the flowback and produced water from a 110,000 acre gas well development field.

Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM).

QGC Queensland, Australia

Front-end engineering and planning support for > 100 production wells.

• Major projects completed: Lynx/ Palliser Sour Gas Gathering System in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the Musreau Gas Plant expansion, and over 200 wells tied in annually

Delivery of the upstream water and gas gathering systems required for the Coal Seam Gas development. • The QCLNG Upstream is ongoing with major works for the construction of the trunk lines, gathering systems and water treatment plants underway

8 Askaf Iron Ore Project

9 Shymanivske Iron Ore Project

Sphere / Xstrata Mauritania

Black Iron Ukraine

Flood study, flood design protection measures, water audits and cost estimates.

Water Management Basis of Design.

• Our modelling confirmed the ability to meet the planned water demand for the mining operations, and to make optimum use of existing infrastructure in the area

13 Coal gasification water treatment Options Great Northern Power Development & Allied Syngas North Dakota, America Water management plan. • Feasibility study, Pre-FEED, FEED • Provided innovative solutions that recover water and minimise energy

• Ensured that the design of the facilities and water system considered all of the water interactions for the project

14 Southern Seawater Desalination Plant Southern Seawater Alliance (SSWA) Binningup, Western Australia 320 ML/day seawater desalination plant. WorleyParsons provided all engineering disciplines required to deliver the design. • High focus on operational aspects and sustainability • First large plant in the world to use membrane filtration as the method of pre-treatment • Delivered in an Alliance framework and awarded the International Desalination plant of the year in 2012 by the International Desalination Association

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Our differentiators Differentiator 4

Differentiator 1

Outstanding operational and corporate performance

Combined, empowered and technically capable people

Differentiator 5 Focus on long term contracts and asset-based services

Differentiator 2 Industry leadership in health, safety and environmental performance

Differentiator 6 Success in project delivery - large and small

Differentiator 3 Economics™ – delivering profitable sustainability Differentiator 7 Comprehensive geographic presence

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Corporate overview WorleyParsons is a leading global provider of professional services to the resources and energy sectors, and the complex process industries. We cover the full asset spectrum, both in sise and lifecycle, from the creation of new assets, to services that sustain and improve operating assets. Our business has been built by working closely with our customers through long-term relationships, anticipating their needs, and delivering inventive solutions through streamlined, proprietary project delivery systems. Strong growth continues to characterise our performance both through organic development and through strategic acquisition as we strive to provide tailored services wherever our customers need us.

HYDROCARBONS POWER

Zero Harm is our corporate vision for health, safety and the environment (HSE). We are committed to our vision and apply it to all operations, at all times, in all locations, and at all levels of responsibility. We will actively work to align our expectations and behaviors to achieve Zero Harm in our dedication to continuous improvement. These expectations are reflected in our integrity management framework, OneWay™, and linked to our global systems and procedures.

MINERALS, METALS & CHEMICALS INFRASTRUCTURE & ENVIRONMENT

EcoNomics™ provides our customers with the systems, technologies and expertise to optimise and balance financial, social, and environmental outcomes, improving sustainability performance while enhancing profit and long-term viability. WorleyParsons’ vision is to be a leader in sustainability by helping our customers capture new markets and business opportunities created by the new energy economy.

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