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  • 1. Our MarketInternational projects of Operators, Industrial and Engineeringcompanies in the following sectors :• Oil & Gas (TOTAL)• Power Plants and Solar PlantsENERGY• Water/ wastes/ Mines/ Roads/Buildings• Telecoms Lafarge, VinciINFRASTRUCTURE• Auto/ Transport Tramway• Sidérurgie/ Pharma• DéveloppementINDUSTRY
  • 2. 3MPH – Delivering SolutionsSolutions:Technical Assistance in PersonnelMPHLOGISTICS• Fully managedlogistics service formobilizedcandidates.Medical;Healthcare;insurance; Meetand greet; Workpermit and visa;Flights and travel;In country security;Accommodation;DemobilizationMPHPROJECTS• Engineering Studies• Construction• Project Management• Commissioning• Start up• Operations• MaintenanceMPH SEARCHAND SELECT• Executive andConfidentialmandates.Research, Marketmapping, Directand Confidentialapproach. Sourcecandidates notavailable on anydatabase.• Sourcing suitablecandidates for ourclient requirementson a direct hire,contingent basis.MPH TRAINING• Delivery oftechnical training inline with projectrequirements andtraining needsanalysis conductedin conjunction withour clients3Direct HireService +
  • 3. Why MPH Solutions44FLEXIBILITY(Contract)LOCALLY BASED OFFICE(Project)CLOSE TO CLIENTSAND CONSULTANTS(Sites)72H TURN AROUND CVPRESENTATION(Fast Delivery)
  • 4. 5Facts and Figures5FIRST MIDDLE EASTOFFICE OPENED IN 2001LARGEST SUPPLIERGLOBALLY TO TOTAL SA900 CONSULTANTSCURRENTLY MOBILIZED INOUR PAYROLLOFFICES IN 3 CONTINENTS EUROPE AFRICA / MIDDLE EAST ASIASTATE OF THE ARTSHARED SERVICE CENTERIN DUBAI
  • 5. 6Opening Office• DUBAI2001• ABU DHABI• QATAR2003• NIGERIA2004• YEMEN2007• HOUSTON• KAZAKHSTAN2008• SAUDI ARABIA20106
  • 6. UAEQatarSaudi ArabiaBahrainKuwaitIraqYemenOmanLibyaEgyptAlgeriaThailandMalaysiaAustraliaUnited KingdomFranceNigeria7The MPH Group has offices strategically placed all around the world. We are a global business, providingmanpower and logistics support to an international community. Our network of offices and partners gives us alocal presence and knowledge to ensure we consistently deliver results. From Advertising, Searching andSelecting right through to Mobilization, MPH can helpWhere We OperateImplantationsParternship7
  • 7. MPH Database• Web based,multi countrysystem• Over 30,000LIVE industryspecific CV’s• All CV’s arevetted beforeinclusion in thedatabaseIndustry JobBoards• Multiple onlinejob boardregistrations• Internationalcoverage• Oil & Gas Jobsearch• Rigzone• Monster Gulf• Naukri GulfMPH Website• Freeadvertising forall client jobs• Global reachthrough ournetwork ofoffices• First stop forcandidateslooking fortheir nextopportunityGlobalNetworks• Middle Eastnetworkestablishedover 10 years• Referralnetwork givesus access to auniqueextendeddatabase ofCV’s8Support Systems8
  • 8. ClientRequirementReceivedRecruitmentTeamBriefedCV’sSourcedCandidatesScreenedCV ShortlistpreparedCV’s e-mailed toClientInterviewsarrangedFeedbackexchangedCandidateOfferedContractfinalizedCandidateMobilizedMPH FollowUp9ProcessFast, Efficient, Accurate. We deliver high qualityCandidate Profiles, on time and on budget.9
  • 9. Organisation Charts - GlobalPhilippe PALOMBAChief Operating OfficerLinh de LAVIGNEHR ManagerPhilippe LEFEBVREGeneral ManagerSALESCommercial DirectorDUBAI / GULFTBABD AssociatesDUBAI / GULFPrasad UCHILBusiness DevelopmentQATARAbel MISSENERBusiness Development ManagerSAUDI ARABIA/BAHRAINEnrico STRADABusiness Development ManagerNIGERIA / WEST AFRICAJean Philippe CAILLAUDOperations ManagerYEMENSabri QABBANBusiness Development ManagerKAZAKHSTANTBARECRUITMENTTEAM TOTAL GROUP TEAM OTHER ACCOUNTSTalent Acquisition ManagerMihaela BANDURTalent Acquisition ManagerNazneen ISHACKTalent Acquisition DirectorOlivier REGNAULTSr. Talent ConsultantFrancois ETCHEVERSTalent ConsultantMaria JOSEPHTalent ConsultantZiny DAYOTalent ConsultantAbhilash JAGADISHTalent ConsultantJane BANCOROJr. Talent ConsultantMay CONSULARTalent Consultant ManagerCindy AZATalent OfficerBhima CHAMILLALTalent OfficerKajal MOHUNTalent OfficerEstelle CHANTalent OfficerAnissah TOORABALLYFrederic SARRAILH – TFSI/MPH IGeneral Manager Europe / RussiaDEFENSEGilles TABOURELINFRASTRUCTUREJean ROUZAUDINDUSTRYJean Raymond LAYREAUStéphane AUBARBIERPresidentSALESBusiness DevelopmentDUBAI / GULFFrancois TARTARINBusiness DevelopmentDUBAI / GULFJaechun LEETELECOM / HIGH TECHMarlene DOS SANTOSCaroline GASCChief Financial OfficerAEROSPACEFranceline GAUCHETTalent ConsultantStephanie DELARBREDeputy Talent Acquisition ManagerThierry Marie ANAISSr. Talent ConsultantNadia POPESCUTalent ConsultantSophie MARQUESTalent ConsultantAnthony BAILLETTalent ConsultantJihane GHANNOUCHITalent ConsultantMagali TARESTalent ConsultantChristian RIGOLLETBusiness Development ManagerSINGAPOUR / INDONESIAGuillaume PREVOTINDUSTRYAnael BEBEL
  • 10. 11Clients11
  • 11. Synopsis:Discovered in 2000, the Akpo gas and condensate field is located around 200 kilometers offshore Port Harcourt inwater depths ranging from 1,100 to 1,700 meters. The field development plan required 22 producing wells, 20water injection wells and 2 gas injection wells, tied back to a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO)vessel with a storage capacity of 2 million barrels.Number of Consultants:28 MPH specialists (both in Nigeria and South Koreafor the FPSO construction): Site Welding ContractsStock UFR construction Engineering Drilling FPSO specialistsClient : TOTAL AKPO (Nigeria)12
  • 12. Client: Yemen LNG Company LtdProject: YLNG ProjectThe Company:As the country’s largest-ever industrial investment (budgeted around US$ 4 billion), the decision to launch theYemen LNG project iwas an important milestone for both the Government of Yemen and the Yemen LNGshareholders (TOTAL, Hunt, Yemen Gas Company, SK Corporation, KOGAS, Hyundai Corporation and GASSP).Synopsis:320 km pipeline complete from the Marib gas field to the liquefaction plantMPH Project Value: USD 1.6 MNumber of Consultants: 78• Civil / Construction• Pipeline• HSE / Environment• Administration - Logistics• QA/QC• Instrumentation• Mechanics• Document control• Metallurgy welding• OperationsWork location:the Yemen LNG chain comprises new and existing upstream gas processing facilities including a 25 km, 20-inchtransfer line linking the two gas processing units in the gas fields of block 18 in Marib; a 320km, 38-inch new mainpipeline,which will connect the gas processing facilities to the new liquefaction facilities in Balhaf,and a spur line to transportdomestic gas to the Ma’bar area in central Yemen.13
  • 13. Client: Total E&P Iran, South ParsProject Phase I & IIThe Company:As part of a multiphase development process, the Iranian authorities awarded Phases 2 & 3to Total South Pars, a Total subsidiary and two partners, Gazprom and Petronas. Four-and-a-half yearslater, Phases 2 & 3 were the first of the planned 14 development phases to come on stream.Synopsis:For this development, TOTAL chose to tie the production platforms into onshore installations using large-diameter, 105KMlong multiphase pipelines, a bold move that had never been attempted over such a long distance and that demandedexceptional proficiency in multiphase transportation. This technology significantly scaled back the offshore installationsrequired and enhanced the project’s economic feasibility.MPH Contract Value: USD 1.5 M Number of Consultants: 63MPH Project Participation:The provision of 63 multi-discipline Engineers and Technicians dedicated to thefollowing activities:Supervisory role during FEED; Basic & Detailed engineering; Supervisory role for Piping,Mechanical, Electrical & Instrumentation; Project Management; Site Procurement/Logistics;Maintenance activities; Commissioning; HSE; Production.Work location:The Iranian South Pars field is the northern extension of Qatars giant North Field. It covers anarea of 500 square miles and is located 3,000m below the seabed at a water depth of 65m. The Iranian sideaccounts for 10% of the worlds and 60% of Irans total gas reserves. Irans portion of the field contains anestimated 436 trillion cubic feet.14
  • 14. The Company:The three Dolphin Energy Limited shareholders are Mubadala Development Company with 51 % Total 24.5 % and OccidentalPetroleumwith 24.5%. Mubadala Development Company is wholly owned by the Government of Abu Dhabi.Synopsis:A 48-inch Export Pipeline will run over 370 kms from Ras Laffan to the UAE, where gas receiving facilities are being constructedto facilitatelocal distribution; and another 24-inch pipeline crosses 182 kilometers of desert and mountain between the UAE-Oman border atAl Ain andFujairah.Number of Consultants: 60 MPH specialists, onshore and offshore including:» Contract» Project» Planning» Cost» Mechanical / Rotating» Piping» Inspection» Civil/ StructuralClient: Dolphin Energy Qatar,Export Pipeline15
  • 15. 16Client: Alstom TransportProject: Al Sufouh TramwayThe companyA promoter of sustainable mobility, Alstom Transport develops andmarkets the most complete range of systems, equipment andservices in the railway sector. Alstom Transport manages entiretransport systems, taking in rolling stock, signaling andinfrastructure, and offers “turnkey” solutions.The company is no. 1 in the high and very high speed train sectorand keeps investing in high end segments, while developingproducts suited to the specific needs of the emerging markets.Alstom Transport is present in over 60 countries and employssome 27,000 people.The projectAl Sufouh Tramway is a tramway being built in Al Sufouh, Dubai. Itwill run 14.5 kilometers (9.0 mi) along Al Sufouh Road from DubaiMarina to the Burj Al Arab and the Mall of the Emirates.The Al Sufouh Tram will use 11 of Alstoms Citadis 402 trams forPhase 1.[3] The trams will be 44 m (144 ft.) long, with a capacity of300 passengers and a maximum speed of 50 km/h (31 mph),giving an average commercial speed of 20 km/h (12 mph).These trams will use the "Alimentation par Sol" (APS) ground-levelpower supply, and so will not need overhead cables.[4] Thismethod was first used in Bordeaux, FranceThe project is expected to be completed in 2014
  • 16. Client: BESIX[SIX CONSTRUCT UAE]The Company:• BESIX Group, Belgiums leading multi-disciplinary group of building companies. Founded in 1909,engaged & active in construction contracting for Building works/ Marine works/Infrastructure/Environment/Industrial projects, Property Development , Concessions & Assets across Europe, Northand Central Africa, the Middle East and beyond.• BESIX Group employs about 17,000 people in 16 countries on four continents with a turnover of 1.8billion euros in 2010.Synopsis of the Projects in UAE:Das Island Offshore Project –To provide an extension to the existing gas liquefying plant completed in 2009. Six Construct was awardedthe Civil works (Onshore & Offshore) part of the Das Island Offshore project. The offshore part consists ofYas Mall Project -Client : Aldar Properties PJSCTotal value EUR:€ 421.162.000,00Specialists provided by MPH includes• HSE & Safety Engineers [Civil & Marine]• Marine Surveyors• Project Engineers• Architect Engineers17
  • 17. The Company:• Rio Tinto Alcan is one of five product groups operated by Rio Tinto, a leading international mining group. Thecompany is the global leader in the aluminium business and one of the worlds largest producers of bauxite,alumina and aluminium. Their leadership is reinforced by extensive project pipeline, benchmark smeltingtechnology, enviable hydropower position.MPH Projects Participation:• EMAL (Phase 1&2) – Abu Dhabi, U.A.E• VEDANTA / NALCO – Orissa, India• BALCO – Korba, India• BALCO – Madhya Pradesh, India• RICHARDS BAY – South AfricaNumber of Consultants: 23Specialists provided by MPH includes:• HSE Engineering• Mechanical Engineering• Civil Engineering• AUTOCAD Operators• Procurement EngineeringClient: Rio Tinto Alcan18
  • 18. The Company:• Shams solar power station is a concentrating solar power station under construction near Madinat Zayed, Abu Dhabi, theUnited Arab Emirates. The solar power station is located approximately 120 kilometres (75 mi) southwest of Abu Dhabi and 6kilometres (4 mi) from Madinat Zayed on the road from Tarif to the Liwa Oasis. The first part, Shams 1, uses parabolic troughtechnology and will have a capacity of 100 megawatts(MW), which makes it among the largest parabolic trough powerstations in the world.Synopsis of the Project in Qatar• The construction cost of Shams 1 is about US$600 million.Number of Consultants: 20• Mechanical Engineers• Electrical Engineers• Welders• HSE disciplinesShams 1 will be one of the largest concentrated solar power plants in the world,extending over an area of 2.5 km², with a capacity of approximately 100 MWand a solar field consisting of 768 parabolic trough collectors.Client :Masdar (60%)/Total (20%)/Abengoa (20%)Project : Shams Project19SINCE 2008SAUDI ARABIAOWNER ENGINEERING SUPPORTTO SATORP FOR THE JUBAIL REFINERYPROJECTConstruction SINCE 2010Madinat Zayed, Abu DhabiConstruction cost : $ 600 million
  • 19. Client : SiemensProject : Algiers MetroContext :A consortium of three European companies, led by the group Siemens,signed, at the beginning of 2006, a contract for the realization of the first lineof the Algiers Metro. This transport project was designed to address theneed for mass transport caused by the citys growth.Requirements :A supervisor responsible for the realization , with a team of two persons, ofthe contradictory measures of length of settled cables.• Establish the assessment of the settled cables, of theremaining cables and the missing cablesMPHI capability :MPHI has a solid experience of transport project and railway systems.MPHI maintains a long term relationship with the project managers at the ClientsMPHI can Identify and mobilize and retain the right competenciesMPHI Commitments :- Strict respect of methodology, security and safety.- A single dedicated point of contactThe Project includes :Endowed with a 380 million euro budget, Siemens Transportation SystemsFrance will supply the signalization, the automatisms, the telecoms, theelectrification and the computer ticketing.20
  • 20. Client : AlstomProject : Maritza Project- BulgariaContext :ALSTOM built a coal power plant of 670MW in BulgariaRequirements :Provision of a team of operators for the commissioning of the power plantTFSI capability :TFSI with his subsidiary in Romania provide an important part of the team 7Romanian specialists during all the commissioningTFSI Commitments :- The TFSI team is qualified for the provision of resources for the newsprojects.MARITZA PROJECT- BULGARIATECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND COMMISSIONING21
  • 21. Client : EntracoProject : RN1 LibrevilleContext:ENTRACO was awarded, in 2010, the total rehabilitation of the RN 1road from Libreville (km 0) to Bifoun (km 170)The project includes:- The creation of a dual carriageway road between Libreville (km 0)and N’Toum (km 50 ) and the widening and resurfacing of the sectionfrom N’Toum to Bifoun- A second step consisting in the creation of a new dual carriagewayring road bypassing Libreville by the east, between PK 15 andOwendo port zone (18 km)MPHI capability:MPHI has a strong experience in the construction industry in GabonMPHI has a long term relationship with the Client ownershipMPHI can easily identify and mobilize the required talentsMPHI Commitments:- Commitment to competence, construction rules and regulations,general behavior and respect of local rules and traditions, safety andsecurity- A single dedicated contact point.RN 1 ProjectRequirements:A team consisting of 20 to 30 road construction professionals wasrequired from site supervisor to construction site manager, heavyduty equipment maintenance team , quarry management andmaintenance experts22
  • 22. 23Client : EntracoProject : RN1 Libreville
  • 23. Client : Alcatel LucentProject : Submarine Fiber Optic AtlanticContext :Alcatel ASN works on various projects on laying Fiber opticsubmarine cables.ACE / ATLANTIC 1 / SMW 4 / EASSY …Requirements :Provision of a team of 30 Technician on site for installation &commissioning of Telecom equipment ,Connecting in optical fiber of the first ground sites worldwide(strong presence in Africa, in Latin America and in Asia).Submarine installation of cables on boatTFSI capability :TFSI has a solid experience of Telecom projects in the worldTFSI maintains a long term relationship with the project managersat the ClientsTFSI can Identify and mobilize and retain the right competenciesTFSI Commitments :- Strict respect of methodology, security and safety.- A single dedicated point of contact- TFSI is qualified for the provision of resources on the extension life24
  • 24. 25Client : Alcatel LucentProject : Submarine Fiber Optic Atlantic
  • 25. Saudi Aramco Total Refining and Petrochemical Company (SATORP) isbuilding a refinery in Jubail, Saudi Arabia.Project• Planned production: 400,000 barrels per day.• Budget: $12 billion.Assystem ResponsibilitiesOwner engineering support for various packages (Distillation &Hydrotreating, Conversion, Aromatics, Coker, Utilities, Interconnection, etc.),interfacing with the EPC contractors in charge of execution.• Disciplines currently covered in FEED phase: Cost Controller, EngineeringManager, Construction Manager, Specialties.• Specialties: Construction, civil engineering, electricity, instrumentation,welding, rotating machinery, processes, gas treatment, etc.• Approximately 20 people assigned full-time.• Depending on the phase, teams work in South Korea, Japan, Singapore,Italy, Spain or Saudi Arabia, as determined by the location of the EPCcontractors and their suppliers.SINCE 2008SAUDI ARABIAOWNER ENGINEERING SUPPORTTO SATORP FOR THE JUBAIL REFINERYPROJECTMain case studies26
  • 26. Supporting the Usan project, an offshore developmentabout 100 kilometers off Nigeria.Assystem responsibilities via MPHOwner engineering support for various packages:• FPSO under construction by Hyundai in South Korea.• SURF (Subsea/Umbilicals/Risers/Flowlines), Saipem, France and Nigeria.• Disciplines covered in the design and construction phase: Quality, QA/QC,Piping, Procurement, Contracts, Document Control, Flowline Installation,HSE.• Participation of the teams during the towing and hook-up phases.• 30 people assigned full-time.SINCE 2007, ONGOINGOWNER ENGINEERING SUPPORTFOR THE USAN PROJECTProject to build an FPSO• Water depth: 750 to 850 meters.• Production: 180,000 barrels per day.• Storage capacity: 2 million barrels.• Budget: US$6 billion.Main case studies27
  • 27. 2010-2014ENGINEERING FRAMEWORKCONTRACTFOR UNDERGROUND GASSTORAGE FACILITIES IN EUROPE28Main case studies