Business Forum: Nuclear & Renewable Energy - Bernhard

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Presentation at the US-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum (Dec 5-7, 2011, Atlanta, GA). J.M. Bernhard, Jr., Chairman, President and CEO, Shaw, presented at the panel titled, "Nuclear and Renewable Energy: Building Resources for the Future."

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Business Forum: Nuclear & Renewable Energy - Bernhard

  1. 1. SANMEN UNITS 1 & 2 │ 1 U.S. – Saudi Business Opportunities Forum December 7, 2011 J.M. Bernhard Jr. Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
  2. 2. │ │2 Corporate Profile The Shaw Group Inc.® is a leading global provider of engineering, construction, technology, fabrication, remediation and support services for clients in the energy, chemicals, environmental, infrastructure and emergency response industries. ► Headquarters: Baton Rouge, LA ► Stock Ticker: NYSE: SHAW ► Number of employees: 27,000 ► FY 2011 Revenues: $5.9 billion ► 20% ownership of Westinghouse Group │ 2
  3. 3. │ │3 ► Began site preparation for both sites in 2008 ► Performing site preparation on both projects – clearing and excavating land and building infrastructure. ► Currently approximately 1,750 workers at Vogtle and approximately 1,050 workers at V.C. Summer ► At the peak of construction, approximately 3,000 to 3,500 personnel are expected to be on each site ► Combined licenses and first nuclear quality concrete pour expected in early 2012 U.S. Nuclear Projects Progressing as Planned SCANA V.C. Summer Southern Vogtle Photo courtesy of SCANA Photo courtesy of Southern Nuclear
  4. 4. │ │4 China AP1000® : Sanmen and Haiyang Units Progressing Steadily ► Contract signed in 2007 ► Shaw's work includes engineering, procurement, startup, information management, technology transfer and project management services. ► Commercial operation for Sanmen expected in 2013-2014. Haiyang Sanmen
  5. 5. │ │5 ► Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) – April 2010: Shaw awarded contract to assess and recommend operational improvements at 48 sites throughout Saudi Arabia ► Eastern Petrochemical Company (SHARQ) – April 2010: Shaw completed 1,300 KTA grassroots ethylene plant in Al-Jubail, which had workforce of 12,000 at its peak ► Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) – Grassroots High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) plant completed in 2008 Shaw’s Work in Saudi Arabia SHARQ grassroots ethylene plant Shaw has completed more than 70 projects in Saudi Arabia over the previous 20 years
  6. 6. │ │6 Why Nuclear Makes Sense for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ► Deployment of nuclear power technologies for energy production allows KSA oil resources to be dedicated to more valuable export purposes or downstream industry creation ► Nuclear power will provide highly reliable and safe generation for KSA’s future energy needs ► Nuclear power will provide KSA with a significant source of carbon-free technology ► Nuclear power will allow KSA to generate electricity and the potential to use power station heat properties to support desalination needs ► Nuclear power will provide a significant source of highly skilled jobs for thousands of Saudi workers
  7. 7. │ │7 ► An integrated multi-company supply team that incorporates a technology provider, a qualified EPC team and an experienced utility nuclear operator would provide the best model to achieve successful deployment of nuclear technologies in Saudi Arabia. Keys to Successful Nuclear Deployment ► Existence of a utility that has the financial and technical capability to undertake nuclear power generation ► Selection of a technology that will succeed in the geographic location, matched with an EPC contractor that can successfully engineer and construct the technology and with a world class nuclear operator who can provide the operational excellence know-how. ► Successful conclusion of a Section 123 Agreement with the U.S. government ► Commitment to engagement with the International Atomic Energy Agency and willingness to create a credible regulatory body to oversee deployment
  8. 8. │ │8 An integrated multi-company supply team that incorporates a technology provider, a qualified EPC team and an experienced utility nuclear operator would provide the best model to achieve successful deployment of nuclear technologies in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia Nuclear Deployment Model  Design & Equipment Supply  Engineering, procurement, construction management  Construction  Operations/training/ workforce development  Maintenance/outage management + + + Saudi Arabian constructor + +
  9. 9. │ │9 ► Creation of jobs in Saudi Arabia for construction and commissioning of multiple nuclear units – Local construction employment will peak between 3,500 and 4,000 – Approximately 1.5 – 1.7 billion SAR (Approximately $430 million USD) in annual sales of local goods and services at each site – More than 4,000 indirect jobs created from new business ► Permanent operations staff between 500 and 550 per unit (60 years) – Operator training programs for operations and management personnel – Professional development programs ► Equipment supply from local and regional manufacturers – Commodities, such as concrete, steel, cable, etc. – Mechanical and electrical equipment ► Partnerships with universities and technical colleges – Engineering, environmental science and trade programs Nuclear Power Sustainability and Job Creation in Saudi Arabia
  10. 10. │ │10 ► We are committed to working with KSA to create a sustainable nuclear power generating portfolio, and a nuclear power industry for long-term needs. ► We are willing and ready to invest in facilities to enhance the localization of commodities. ► We believe Saudi Arabia deserves the highest quality technology and the best deployment group in the world. ► Our team of Toshiba/Westinghouse, Exelon and Shaw provide such world class capability and technology. ► We stand committed to assisting the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in obtaining prompt agreement and approval of a Section 123 Agreement with the United States. Value Summary
  11. 11. AERIAL VIEW OF VOGTLE UNITS 3 AND 4 │ 11 U.S. – Saudi Business Opportunities Forum December 7, 2011 J.M. Bernhard Jr. Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer

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