Rolls-Royce Marine Offshore

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Royce proprietary information / Rolls
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Royce data strictly private

Senior Vice President

Ship Technology Offshore

Jørn Heltne


Challenges &
Experiences in Brazil

Oslo 13 September 2012

Rolls
-
Royce

Civil Aerospace

Defence Aerospace

Marine

Energy

39 000 employees in 50 countries



Aero engines



Helicopter engines



Aero engines



Helicopter engines



Ship Design



Equipment systems



Gas turbines

World leading supplier addressing four global markets:

… in close relationship with Brazil in all these areas

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Rolls
-
Royce Marine




Offshore

Merchant

Naval



8000 employees in 34 countries



Over 40.000 vessels with our design and/or equipment



Second largest division in Rolls
-
Royce

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Rolls
-
Royce Marine Offshore

Ulstenvik/Ålesund:

Head office

Ship Technology Offshore

Propulsion

Bergen:

Engines

Brattvaag:

Deck Machinery

Capital:

Oslo

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Rolls
-
Royce Marine Offshore

The UT Concept

2012:

> 850 vessels built or in order


1975:

UT 704






“A mile
-
stone in the history of
shipbuilding and a genuine
breakthrough in the oil
business.”


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Tender Comet

Brazil: Oil Production Development

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Brazil: Oil Production Development

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Far Minerva eller Minara Stad
Sailor

Brazil: Oil Production Development

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Brazil: Oil Production Development

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Brazil: Oil Production Development

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Brazil represents the
3rd
largest

manufacturing
centre for UT vessels


More than 50 UT vessels
built & ordered since 1998

CBO Campos*
-

Launched in 1999

* First UT vessel built in Brazil; UT755 built by Promar

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Source: Rolls
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Royce and IHS Petrodata , location as on 2012.
NOTE: AHTS > 8000 bhp, PSV > 3000 dwt

Rolls
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Royce Marine Offshore

Brazilian Fleet


Brazil represents the 3
rd

largest manufacturing centre for

UT
-
vessels. More than 50 vessels built since 1999. Currently 14 UT vessels
under construction

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171

95

Total

fleet located in Brazil by type

New

fleet located in Brazil by design

New fleet
built

in Brazil by design

Ordered from
2000 onwards

Ordered from
2000 onwards

Of which RR
design market
share is 36 %

PSV

53%

AHTS

47%

Other
Design

63%

RR

Design

37%

Other
Design

59%

RR

Design

41%

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Rolls
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Royce has a strong history of supplying marine
equipment in Brazil:


Equipment in Brazil since the 1960s


First service office opened in 1995


Services facility set up in 2009


Proposed thruster assembly site for marine
equipment to be completed in 2013



Strong market share locally:


Significant number of RR designs built in Brazil


Of the 40 large AHTS hired in 2011 by Petrobras,
all
had winches supplied by Rolls
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Royce



































Sources: Petrobras, Presentation May 25
th

2011, Oslo , Presentation May 2011


NorShipping, by
Jose Sergio Gabrielli, ABEAM Material

Petrobras plans
includes chartering of
at least 250 OSVs
between 2011


2020


“3rd Fleet Renewal
Plan” wherein 146 OSV
are to be constructed
domestically


Estimated fleet within 8
years: approx 500
vessels


Total Brazilian OSV
fleet to reach almost
700 vessles by 2020

OSV demand going forward

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Sources: ODS
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Petrodata RigBase/ Petrobras/ Nor
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Ocean offshore Reseach

Drilling Units

Petrobras

rig demand

Development of floating rigs under contract with
Petrobras

(2,000m


3,000m)

To enhance exploration and to move “pre salt” fields into development phase, extensive drilling is required, which in
turn drives demand for support vessels!

Medium term rig need are now adequately supplied by contracted rigs

Petrobras permanently analyses and revises its future rigs needs, based on production plans that are continuously
updated by actual results.

Average daily rates in line with international prices

Petrobras also expect to add 15 new rigs under contract (2,000m
-
3,000m) during 2012, given a total of 34 rigs under
contract.


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5
13
19
19
15
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Under contract
Estimated new rigs
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Rolls
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Royce’s Commitment to Brazil (I)


Rolls
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Royce has been in Brazil for
over 50 years


Active participant in growth of major Brazilian companies (Petrobras, Embraer,
TAM, Varig) and institutions (Brazilian Air Force and Navy):

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A true partner in the country's development

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Committed to maintain the partnership in the future


After current orders are delivered:

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RR engines will generate approx. 60% of the energy required in Petrobras
platforms AND

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RR will have close to 50% of all the equipment in the S&S vessels that keep
them operating


Rolls
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Royce's local engagement includes:

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Investment of over $200m over next 18 months to build an
Energy packaging
plant
for turbo
-
generators
($100m already committed)


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Potential
Marine thrusters assembly
and test plant and a state
-
of
-
the
-
art
training centre, all in the new RR campus in Santa Cruz

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AM expansion of RR's Sao Bernardo do Campo facility in Sao Paulo
(approved) for repair and overhaul of Energy RB211 turbines in
-
country

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Rolls
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Royce’s Commitment to Brazil (II
)


RR will participate in the multiple rounds of bids conducted by Brazilian shipyards
for equipment for the Petrobras contracted
drillships
:

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RR currently has
70% global market share
for thrusters installed in offshore drillships



RR expects to supply important equipment and services for offshore vessels in
Brazil in the future:

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This includes
design and equipment packages for S&S
, where RR already has strong
locally built references

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RR’s local participation with yards, and effective transfer of knowhow, has contributed to
the rebirth and growth of the Brazilian naval industry

Santos

Campos

Espirito Santo

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Rolls
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Royce Marine Footprint

Service facility in Niteroi


Most modern service facility
for ship equipment in Brazil


MTU factory in Sao Paolo


Proposed Energy gas turbines
facility in Santa Cruz



Proposed Marine thruster facility


Rolls Royce Brasil Ltda. has today over 500 people employed in Brasil (in total)


New service location in Nitteroi employs approx. 100 people


Training of Brazilian crew on Rolls Royce equipment is ongoing in Brazil, both at the Niteroi facility
and on board vessels


Significant local supply
-
chain team has been built up to evaluate local sourcing options across
Marine and Energy

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Planned Marine
facility


approved on
condition of
winning thrusters
for EAS

Planned Customer
Training Centre

Approved Energy Gas
Turbine Facility


Santa Cruz


50km south west of Rio


Good service and logistics access to
Itaguai

port and local labour


Customer training on key offshore products


Production from Q1 2014 on Drillship and Service and Supply products

Investment and Facility Plans

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Rolls
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Royce Marine Offshore in Brazil

New RR Facility in Niteroi (2009)

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Rolls
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Royce Marine Offshore

Training


Development of a comprehensive Customer Training
programme and a training organisation to meet all
Customer needs


Establishment of three regional Training facilities
(Aalesund, Singapore and Brazil?) to provide first class
training for both crew and our own staff


Americas


Singapore

Ålesund

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Local content requirements


Customs restrictions on imported goods


Customs restrictions between regions


Customs handling time


Availability of local manufacturers


Availability of raw materials


“Ship spares in transit”


Visa application restrictions

Challenges in Brazil

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