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(337) 233
-
2099 Fax: (337) 233
-
0176

March 2010

850
Kaliste

Saloom

Road, Suite 219

Lafayette, LA 70508 U.S.A.

INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPANY

“QUALITY AT AFFORDABLE RATES”

C O N F I D E N T I A L

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Table of Contents

I.
The CPE Advantage

II.
Management & Credentials

III.
The Company & Capabilities

IV.
Strategic Partners

V.
Texas Projects

C O N F I D E N T I A L

Section I. The CPE Advantage

C O N F I D E N T I A L

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The Value Proposition


CPE is a leader in the design, assembly and operation of cost
-
effective offshore
platforms for global applications with over 50 years experience


CPE offers offshore wind farm owners, developers and rate payers a quality
product at prices substantially less than its competitors


Cost saving designs that provide high
-
quality, safe platforms for applicable water, wind
and site conditions


Access to advanced, reliable and cost
-
effective wind turbines manufactured through a
joint venture in the U.S.


Manufacturing and shipping within U.S. that is cheaper than from Europe


The partnering mentality


CPE designs a project’s scope with the client including
as much as needed to meet the client’s objectives


Assessment and evaluation


economic viability of project


Design and engineering


best solution for fewest dollars


Fabrication, transportation and installation


domestic sourcing further reduces costs


By controlling all aspects within a project’s scope, the company has a higher
probability of meeting all deliverables
on time/on budget


Result is a cost model that delivers a project at $2.5
-
3 million/installed MW as
compared to the European cost model of $4
-
5 million/installed MW

C O N F I D E N T I A L

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The CPE Assurance


CPE’s leading experience and knowledge of offshore platform design, engineering
& construction is based upon its know
-
how and technical expertise developed in
the oil & gas industry over the last 50 years


This global experience is enhanced by the evolution of sophisticated structure
design and engineering through


Metallurgy and material advancements


Improved techniques for analyzing water characteristics, soil & wind conditions, and
weather patterns


Improvements in offshore wind turbine design, efficiency and dependability


These advancements ensure a high
-
quality, efficient wind project


All project components are subject to strict inspection, verification and
certification processes by global leaders in the industry


A leading offshore engineering firm that provides independent evaluation and
verification of project planning, design & engineering, component selection, inspection
and oversight of fabrication and installation, and metallurgical analysis


A firm specializing in the certification of design to globally recognized API standards
and inspects, verifies and certifies that structures are built according to plan
(requirements for insurance)

C O N F I D E N T I A L

Section II. Management & Credentials

C O N F I D E N T I A L

7

Mr
.

Miller

has

been

involved

in

various

positions

in

oil

and

gas

exploration,

development,

production,

marketing

and

transportation

for

43

years

in

most

areas

of

the

U
.
S
.
,

as

well

as

in

China,

the

Philippines,

Indonesia,

Canada,

Ukraine,

Georgia,

Africa,

the

Caribbean

and

the

North

Sea,

including

involvement

in

the

initial

commercial

oil

discoveries

in

several

of

these

areas
.



In

competition

with

most

major

oil

companies,

Mr
.

Miller

obtained

the

first

foreign

onshore

oil

exploration

agreement

from

China

National

Petroleum

Corporation

(CNPC)

in

1993
.

In

1994
,

the

initial

well

drilled

under

the

agreement,

directed

by

Herman

Schellstede,

resulted

in

the

first

foreign

commercial

onshore

oil

discovery

in

China
.

The

technical

challenges

encountered

in

this

project

were

more

difficult

than

those

to

be

encountered

in

the

Texas

offshore

wind

energy

project
.

Mr
.

Miller

continues

to

work

with

companies

in

China

in

the

oil

business,

both

within

and

outside

China
.




Mr
.

Miller

and

Mr
.

Schellstede

have

worked

on

projects

together

for

20

years
.

Mr
.

Miller

is

a

graduate

of

Louisiana

State

University
.

Prior

to

joining

Coastal

Point

Energy

as

President,

Mr
.

Hudson

and

Mr
.

Miller

had

worked

together

for

32

years
.

Mr
.

Hudson

was

the

Managing

Partner

of

the

Washington,

DC

office

of

Brownstein

Hyatt

and

Farber

(Denver),

which

was

named

in

2006

by

Roll

Call

magazine

as

one

of

the

fastest

growing

law

firms

in

DC
.

Mr
.

Hudson

practiced

in

the

areas

of

federal

and

state

legislative

law,

emphasizing

energy,

environmental,

technology,

telecommunications

and

administrative

law
.

Prior

to

joining

the

firm,

he

was

the

Chief

of

Staff

of

US

Senator

John

Breaux

for

2

years
.

Previously,

Mr
.

Hudson

was

elected

to

the

Louisiana

State

Senate

where

he

served

for

12

years

and

was

elected

President

Pro

Tempore

and

Chairman

of

the

Commerce

Committee
.

He

received

his

BA

and

JD

degrees

from

LSU
.


Bill Miller

Chairman


Thomas H. Hudson

President


Management

C O N F I D E N T I A L

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Mr
.

Schellstede

has

over

40

years

of

ocean

engineering

experience

in

the

offshore

oil

and

gas

design,

engineering,

and

construction

industry,

with

a

specialized

emphasis

directed

towards

solving

problems
.

He

has

been

granted

sixty
-
seven

(
67
)

U
.
S
.

Patents

and

ten

(
10
)

International

Patents
.

The

patents

involve

machine

and

drilling

equipment,

various

industrial

products

and

various

environmental

systems

and

equipment
.

During

his

career,

Mr
.

Schellstede’s

has

owned

and

operated

two

major

shipyards,

an

engineering

and

development

company,

and

co
-
founded

and

operated

Wind

Energy

Systems

Technology

(“West”)

which

he

formed

five

years

ago
.

During

this

time,

he

managed

a

workforce

of

500



750

personnel
.

His

company

was

responsible

for

the

design

and

construction

of

many

offshore

platforms

and

drilling

rigs
.

He

is

a

registered

Naval

Architect

and

Marine

Engineer

and

President/CEO

of

WEST
.




Herman
Schellstede

Chief Technology
Officer (CTO) &

V.P.
-

Project
Development

Management

Phil Whitcomb

V.P.


Business

Development

Mr
.

Whitcomb

has

20

years

of

international

business

development

experience

with

Fortune

500

companies

and

as

an

investment

banker
.

Mr
.

Whitcomb

has

served

in

various

capacities

with

Electronic

Data

Systems

Corporation,

a

$
20

billion

international

IT

services

company,

and

as

Vice

President



Corporate

Development

of

Centex

Homes,

one

of

the

largest

homebuilders

in

the

U
.
S
.

and

Mexico
.

He

has

also

served

as

a

Managing

Director

of

JMP

Securities

LLC,

a

San

Francisco
-
based

investment

bank
.



During

his

career,

he

has

conducted

business

in

Asia,

Europe,

Latin

America

and

the

Middle

East

assembling

multiple

parties

in

complex

business

transactions
.

Major

transactions

have

included

EDS’

entry

into

the

Italian,

Japanese

and

South

African

markets,

as

well

as

substantial

business

expansion

into

Europe,

the

Middle

East

and

Latin

America
.


Mr
.

Whitcomb

is

a

licensed

attorney

and

specialized

in

the

energy

business,

including

alternate

energy

transactions,

and

information

technology

services

during

his

15

years

of

legal

practice
.


C O N F I D E N T I A L

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Management’s Past Projects

Past Projects of Coastal Point Management & Engineers
Industrial Engineering Service
Project Management
CLIENT
DESCRIPTION
TOTAL CONTRACT
VALUE
CLIENT
DESCRIPTION
TOTAL CONTRACT
VALUE
Fluor Ocean Services
Major fabrication yard
26,800,000
$

Loffland Brothers Drilling
Construction of offshore drilling rigs
62,000
$

Bayou Pipe Plant No. 1
Coating plant
1,800,000


Dresser Industries
Construction of offshore units for Mobil - North Sea
7,500,000.00


Bayou Pipe Plant No. 2
Coating plant
2,800,000


A & A Coating Co.
Construction of major coating plant
3,800,000.00


Bayou Pipe Bending
Pipe bending plant
1,000,000


Bayou Pipe Coating Company
Coating plants for large and small diameter pipe
1,800,000.00


A & A Coating Company
Coating plants
3,800,000


Parker Drilling Company
Construction & Design of drilling barge (Nigeria)
40,000,000.00


Aquatic Contractors
Pipe construction plant
6,200,000


C. S. Liftboats, Inc.
Construction & Design of 300 'Ton Liftboat
60,000,000.00


Bayou Pipe Bending
Pipe processing plant
1,000,000


Total Value
43,400,000
$

Total Value
113,162,000
$

Drilling & Vessel Design
Research & Development Projects
CLIENT
DESCRIPTION
TOTAL CONTRACT
VALUE
CLIENT
DESCRIPTION
TOTAL CONTRACT
VALUE
Loffland Brothers Drilling
Drilling rigs – land
$65,000,000.00
Ensearch
Environmental equipment
$7,800,000.00
Drilling rigs – offshore
$165,000,000.00
Flour Ocean Services
Spool pipe lay barges
$21,800,000.00
Dual Drilling Company
Drilling rigs – offshore
$12,000,000.00
Ramtec
Drilling mud processing device
$21,000,000.00
Huthnance Drilling
Drilling rigs – offshore
$12,000,000.00
Penetrators, Inc.
Method of oil and gas well protection
$3,500,000.00
Sonat Drilling
Drilling rigs – offshore
$89,000,000.00
Schellstede Limited, U.S.A., Inc.
Method of offshore platform salvage
$1,500,000.00
Scan Drilling Company
Drilling rigs – offshore
$12,500,000.00
Bass International
Drill string stabilization
$2,000,000.00
Gardner Drilling
Drilling rigs – offshore
$2,000,000.00
United Technologies
Electron beam welding machine
$4,000,000.00
Fedison Drilling
Drilling rigs – offshore
$5,000,000.00
Schlumberger, Inc.
Downhole tools
$2,600,000.00
Choate Driling
Drilling rigs – offshore
$1,500,000.00
Norman Offshore
Method of pipeline burial device
$800,000.00
Phoenix Drilling
Drilling rigs – offshore
$56,000,000.00
Lanzagorta
Drilling rigs – offshore
$80,000,000.00
A.E.C. Drilling
Drilling rigs – land
$3,000,000.00
Marlin Drilling
Drilling rigs – offshore
$500,000.00
Odeco
Drilling rigs – offshore
$500,000.00
Sandusky BoatLine
Cruise vessel – Sandusky
,
OH
$1,000,000.00
American Gas Assn.
Transmission piping systems
$2,600,000.00
Total Value
507,600,000
$

Total Value
65,000,000
$

Offshore Platform Construction
Inspection Services
CLIENT
DESCRIPTION
TOTAL CONTRACT
VALUE
CLIENT
DESCRIPTION
TOTAL CONTRACT
VALUE
Kerr McGee
Offshore platforms
$16,800,000.00
Shell
Offshore vessels
$1,600,000.00
Marathon Oil Company
Offshore platforms
$2,600,000.00
Kerr McGee
Offshore equipment
$6,400,000.00
Mobil Oil Company
Offshore platforms
$1,800,000.00
Loffland Brothers
Offshore equipment and vessels
$50,000,000.00
Houston Oil & Minerals
Offshore platforms
$8,900,000.00
Odeco
Offshore equipment
$3,700,000.00
Shell Oil Company
Offshore platforms
$1,600,000.00
Dual Drilling
Offshore equipment
$12,000,000.00
Texaco
Offshore platforms
$1,900,000.00
Avondale Shipyard
Offshore vessels
$28,000,000.00
Conoco
Offshore platforms
$2,600,000.00
Exxon
Downhole tools
$300,000.00
Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX)
Offshore equipment
$36,800,000.00
Total Value
36,200,000
$

Total Value
138,800,000
$

C O N F I D E N T I A L

Section III. The Company & Capabilities

C O N F I D E N T I A L

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Company Overview


A project management company founded to provide the full spectrum of services
needed for the development of offshore wind facilities


Leader in offshore platform technology and know
-
how


Seasoned management team with over 50 years of experience in the design,
development, fabrication and installation of complex offshore platforms


Project manager for largest offshore wind initiative in the U.S.


Significant expertise in all areas needed to design, deliver and certify an offshore
wind facility


Project management


from feasibility to final inspection


Government liaison services


relations strategy, government compliance and
permitting, and PPA negotiations


Design and engineering


from concept to fabrication


Fabrication services


piles, jacket, platform and tower


Component selection and recommendation


turbines, blades and other components


Project certification


inspection, verification and certification that project is built to
plan


Offices in New Orleans, Lafayette and New Iberia, near the world
-
leading
offshore oil & gas fabrication and service industry

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Capabilities


CPE, either directly or through it’s partners, has the expertise to manage all areas
of wind energy development on a global basis


CPE expertise includes the following:


Project management


Feasibility studies


Wind and wave assessment


Siting

analysis


Project planning and cost analysis


Manning charts and organization models


Inspection and quality control programs


Government liaison services


Government relations strategy


Permitting and licensing issues


PPA negotiations


Design and engineering


Conceptual and detail design and/or design review


Layout and drafting


Selection of tools, equipment and fabrication

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Capabilities


con’t


Component selection and purchasing


Piling, platform and tower component selection


Power supply systems


regular and emergency back
-
up


Turbine size and design(depends on wind speeds) and selection


Blade size and configuration (number of blades)


Lighting and marine aides


marine and FAA lighting


Marine service fleet design and fabrication


Cargo and lighter barges for component transportation to offshore site


Derrick barges for equipment and living quarters for installation crew


Lifting barge


500 ton capacity


Tugs to accommodate all barges


Service boats to transport crews and spares


Fabrication and installation


Selection of most suitable fabricator


Production supervision and inspection


Coatings


Coordination of third party inspection and classification for insurance purposes


Coordinate delivery and installation of pilings, platforms, towers, turbines and blades
assemblies, and other parts to site

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Proposal Process

Proposal delivered to client within 45
-
60 days

INITIAL CLIENT MEETING


Project description and scope


Information needed from client


Basic wind farm parameters


size


Site location and lease/permit status


Water depth and conditions


Wind data (if available)


Soil conditions (if available)


Financing sources and status

ANALYSIS & PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT


Determination of necessary services


Project management


planning and cost analysis, manning charts & organization model


Government liaison


Wind farm layout and turbine parameters


turbine spacing, wind direction, annual wind velocity


Site engineering and preparation


Piling, platform, and turbine support tower design and engineering


conceptual and detailed


Metallurgical analysis and consulting for platform/tower


Component analysis and selection


platform &tower components, turbines, blades, , power & lighting systems and
transmission components


Review and selection of component fabricator and assembly


Component installation


Cable gathering system
-

laying and procedures


Marine fleet


design, fabrication and certification


Inspection and quality control


Insurance


Review of operation and maintenance alternatives


operation, monitoring, spare parts and installation, and 24x7 service


Pricing for services and payment schedule

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On Time/On Budget


How we do it


Provide project oversight from start to finish


involved in all aspects of particular project


but with a partnering mentality


Provide CPE’s considerable expertise in project management, government relations and
offshore platform design, engineering, fabrication and installation


Enhance CPE’s capabilities with the world
-
class industry partners needed to deliver all
aspects of a project


The client is involved in all stages of a project through regular consultation


Examples of offshore projects performed by company executives


Bohai Bay, China


Designed and engineered and constructed four jack
-
up platforms to drill for oil in an area plagued
with high tides, ice and earthquakes


All manufacturing and assembly in China


The project that lead to the development of the offshore oil and gas industry in China


North Sea


Designed, developed, manufactured and shipped, with all necessary permits, a platform and
drilling rigs in 1975 for exploration activity in 350 feet


drilled 60 wells


This technology established offshore drilling production in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea


These drilling fleets originated and were designed in Louisiana and Texas and exported for
service to their respective locations

C O N F I D E N T I A L

Section IV. Strategic Partners

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Strategic Partners


CPE is partnering with experienced design & engineering, fabrication, and
operating & maintenance companies to provide services to its clients


Schellstede

& Associates Engineering


leading oil, marine and environmental industry
design and engineering firm specializing in offshore platforms


Twin Brothers Marine, LLC


major heavy industry steel fabricator of offshore
platforms


CPE also has strategic relationships with global services firms providing
additional needed services to complete a project


A global environmental assessment and compliance firm


The global leader in offshore engineering services for wind and renewable energy
projects


Power purchase agreements


Marine boat and support vessels


Coatings


Design certification and inspection of fabrication and installation


A wind turbine parts and sourcing, operations, maintenance, asset management and
monitoring services


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Schellstede and Associates


Internationally recognized marine and environ
-
mental industry design and engineering firm


Specializes in offshore platform and marine
support vessels


Services provided to customers


Project management including cost analysis,
design, engineering, drafting, plant/site layout,
organizational models, purchasing and production
supervision


Industrial engineering services for manufacturing
facilities including layout, design, tools &
equipment, fabrication and coating


Drilling rig and vessel design


Offshore platform construction, including design,
construction, inspections and quality assurance of
platforms used in the Gulf of Mexico and North Sea


Research and development projects


Clients include major oil exploration and service
companies

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Twin Brothers Marine


Major heavy industrial steel fabricator of
offshore platforms and steel modules


Offshore oil and gas decks and steel modules to
7,500 tons


Jackets to support platforms to 500 feet of water


Manufacturer of large diameter, heavy wall
tubular items


30,000 tons annual capacity


28” to 222” in diameter


½” to 4
-
1/2” wall thickness


10’ to 450’ in length


Used as pilings, caissons, deck and jacket legs,
pipe for resale, pressure vessels & towers


ISO 9001:2000 certified


ASME Code VIII, Div. 1 (U Stamp) and NBIC
(R Stamp) certified


35
-
acre

yard with one acre of covered work
area supported by six 20
-
ton cranes


Located at Port of St. Mary near Lafayette, LA

Exxon Mobil Yoho Project

CNG Producing Company

Four
-
pile Platform

Twin Brothers Fabrication Yard

C O N F I D E N T I A L

Section V. Texas Projects

Gulf of Mexico

Brownsville

Corpus Christi

Brazoria

Jefferson

Texas Projects

Texas Coast


Proposed Offshore Wind Sites

Proposed Wind
Farms from
current leases

Galveston Wind

Project

Galveston

2.

Jefferson Offshore Wind Phase



Lease Area: 23,040 Acres



Projected Capacity: 300 MW



Grid Connect: N/A

3.

Brazoria Offshore Wind Phase



Lease Area: 12,240 Acres



Projected Capacity: 500 MW



Grid Connect: ERCOT

4.

Corpus Christi Offshore Phase



Lease Area: 18,189 Acres



Projected Capacity: 500 MW



Grid Connect: ERCOT

5.

Brownsville Offshore Wind Phase



Lease Area: 19,628 Acres



Projected Capacity: 500 MW



Grid Connect: ERCOT

1.

Galveston Offshore Wind Phase



Lease Area: 12,345 Acres*



Projected Capacity: 300 MW



Grid Connect: ERCOT



* 6,172.5 Acres available through an

Exclusive Development Agreement

ERCOT is the Electric Reliability Council of Texas

C O N F I D E N T I A L

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Galveston Project


Project manager for the design, development, fabrication and
installation of Phase I of the Galveston Lease


a 150 MWe wind farm
located 8.5 miles off the coast of Galveston, Texas


Site design and orientation completed with permitting underway


Design and engineering completed for all project components, including
installation and support vessels


Initial platform erected with meteorological tower in 2007


31 months wind
data collected


Tower designed to withstand hurricane force winds


2008’s Hurricane Ike
passed directly over met tower and tower remained active and transmitting
data throughout storm giving CPE team important data about high wind gusts
and the effects on offshore towers

Galveston Platform w/ Met Tower

Meters per Second

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Tom Hudson

President

CPE Development LLC

Office: (337) 233
-
2099

Cell: (225) 235
-
4172

thudson@coastalpointenergy.com


Phil Whitcomb

Vice President
-

Business Development

CPE Development LLC

Office: (337) 233
-
2099

Cell: (214) 762
-
7195


Herman Schellstede

Chief Technology Officer and V.P. Project Development

CPE Development LLC

Office: (337) 365
-
0108

herman@coastalpointenergy.com





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