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JDR Corporate Presentation
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JDR Corporate Presentation
JDR Corporate Presentation
JDR Corporate Presentation
JDR Corporate Presentation
JDR Corporate Presentation
JDR Corporate Presentation
JDR Corporate Presentation
JDR Corporate Presentation
JDR Corporate Presentation
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JDR Corporate Presentation

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JDR is a leading provider of custom-designed and manufactured subsea power cables, umbilical systems and reeler packages for a broad range of applications. …

JDR is a leading provider of custom-designed and manufactured subsea power cables, umbilical systems and reeler packages for a broad range of applications.

JDR's significant portfolio of product design, manufacture and delivery extends throughout the oil and gas sector and the offshore renewables market. JDR's subsea wellhead, production and workover umbilicals are installed and used around the world, with turnkey systems and reeler packages engineered and manufactured to exacting standards for operation in the most challenging of environments.

An accomplished track record of meeting client expectations and a commitment to lifecycle customer service makes JDR the offshore energy industry's global Partner of Choice.

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  • 1. An Introduction to JDRwww.jdrglobal.com
  • 2. JDR is a leading provider of technologyconnecting the global offshore energy industry
  • 3. Overview Our products and services enable vital control and power delivery to offshore oil, gas and renewable energy systems JDR invests in state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, technology and people to deliver world-class subsea products Our products are used by the world’s major energy companies and subsea service providers, in the world’s harshest offshore environments, and include:  Subsea Production Umbilicals (SPU)  Subsea Power Cables (SPC)  Intervention Workover Control Systems (IWOCS)  Renewable Energy Cables (REC) We work in partnership with our customers to design product and service solutions that meet your specific project requirements We have a proven track record of delivering against client expectations
  • 4. Overview (continued) We provide lifecycle customer service through our Aftermarket, Installation and Maintenance Services division (AIMS):  Specialist engineering teams  Experienced project management  Integrated safety systems  A global service network that ensures 24/7 Aftermarket support Our engineering design team is at the forefront of technology developments, with excellent industry ‘know-how’ and granted patents  Supported by JDR’s innovation culture and approach to continuous improvement Our manufacturing bases include Hartlepool and Littleport (UK), Houston (US) and Sattahip (Thailand) We have over 500 employees in six countries
  • 5. JDR’s Mission and ValuesAt JDR we are focused on being: A world leading supplier of Subsea Production Umbilicals, Subsea Power Cables and IWOCS (Intervention Workover Control Systems) for global oil, gas and renewable energy markets A global supplier with regional, sales, engineering, operations, project management and service capabilities Customer focused, driven by strategic customer relationships, product management, technology leadership, performance measurement and delivery of solutions An industry leader in quality, on-time performance, environmental, health and safety compliance and cost effectiveness Recognised as one of the best places to work in the oil and gas and renewables industriesOur values drive us to: Develop and work in world class facilities where we innovate, adapt and embrace change to produce products that we are proud of Work together within a safe, communicative and transparent organisation Invest in our team to encourage personal responsibility, development, leadership
  • 6. CapabilitiesTechnology Design engineering Customer focus Our technology focus ensures:  We are experienced in the  We work in partnership with our  Our products work effectively in development of products that meet customers to: harsh, deep-water environments individual customers requirements  Create innovative products that  We are at the forefront of  We integrate standard deliver against individual project subsea technology – developing proven/qualified sub-components needs technology ahead of future into your designs to reduce overall  Provide lifecycle customer industry requirements project risk service We work closely with our customers  This enables us to create cost-  Anticipate longer-term industry to solve complex technological effective, reliable products that developments challenges exceed international standardsManufacturing Project management Offshore support Strategically located manufacturing  JDR’s project management team:  We support our customers from facilities  Manage our day-to-day working project initiation to final site  £30m investment in state of the relationship with you and ensure commissioning art quayside facility in on time project delivery  We provide people, test equipment, Hartlepool (large scale  Are your link to JDR’s full training and supervision for SPU/SPC/REC) lifecycle offering (product installation and cable handling  Littleport (IWOCS, reelers, SPUs) design, manufacturing, processes  Thailand (SPUs for Asian market) procurement, installation, service)  Houston (servicing and topside products)
  • 7. Global operating footprint Main UK Manufacturing Facility Quayside facility Commissioned 2010 146 employees Access to Asian REC, SPUs & SPCs Markets VLM, 2X2,200te & 2X4,000te Quayside facility carousels Commissioned 2006 53 employees Sales Office/ SPUs & SPCs Sales Office Service Center Bangkok Design OfficeKey relationship contactcentre, service to North Sea & Europe Sales Office/ Major Service Center 24 employees Head Office Key relationship Manufacturing/service facility contact centre, service to Commissioned 2000 Gulf of Mexico 220 employees & Latin America IWOCs & components Braiders, vertical twister, high pressure test facility
  • 8. MarketsJDR experience spans global energy markets Oil & Gas JDR leads the field in custom engineered products for the offshore oil and gas industry. We have developed technologies that maximise the efficient delivery of power, control and communications through umbilicals and power cables. Using our state-of-the-art engineering and manufacturing capabilities, we develop and deliver custom built systems for subsea installations at ever increasing water depths. Renewables We have embraced the growing international market for alternative and sustainable energy delivery. Our UK east coast locations makes us ideally located to provide, engineering, manufacturing and installation services for the evolving renewables market, which is particularly strong in Europe. Aftermarket Global aftermarket, installation and maintenance services are provided by our AIM Services division. AIM has a network of experienced and certified technicians and service support facilities, available 24/7 to manage customer projects, for JDR and non-JDR products, on or offshore. The team has created periodic maintenance and inspection routines that include product lifecycle preventative maintenance and assurance programmes.
  • 9. Oil & GasSubsea Production Umbilicals (SPU)JDR designs SPUs that operate long-term in challenging subsea environments. Our SPU systems have been utilised bymajor operators in subsea fields around the world. From 300m to 30km in length, our designs incorporate conduits forhydraulic fluids, process chemicals or electrical cables that transmit power and enable communication. They can be used totieback subsea trees to fixed platforms, FPSOs and land based facilities.We offer full dynamic analysis, fatigue analysis and seabed stability analysis to prove our SPU design suitability. Actualqualification testing can also be conducted to verify the design analysis work. JDR has a large team of fully trained andcertified offshore engineers that can work offshore in assisting with the installation, testing and commissioning of our SPUumbilicals. The teams are fully equipped for rapid mobilisation to anywhere in the world.Recent contract awards include  CNOOC Liu Hua  Total Gabon & Congo  HHI Shwe  Swiber Brunei Shell Petroleum Subsea Production Umbilical
  • 10. Oil & GasSubsea Power Cables (SPC)JDR’s SPCs are used by offshore energy operators to distribute electrical power between installations. Our cable designstypically contain three power core phases, each comprising a large copper or aluminium conductor insulated with cross-linkedpolyethylene. Our SPCs cover great distances and are expected to operate in hostile subsea locations for many years.Our power cores are rated to 33kV, and chemical hose, fibre optic components, and splitter box assemblies are typically partof the scope of work. We use a full suite of analytical capabilities including thermal dissipation, chemical compatibility, andseabed stability to verify our design suitability. If qualification test results are not already available to substantiate new productdesigns, mechanical testing takes place either before or in parallel with product manufacture to verify design calculations.Recent contract awards include  CNOOC  Santos Right: Subsea Power Cable in use Three-core Subsea Power Cable
  • 11. Oil & GasIWOCS (Intervention Workover Control Systems)JDR has been at the forefront of IWOC design for the last 15 years. Our IWOCs and reelers are used by oil and gas operatorsaround the world to monitor and control subsea trees during installation and for intervention activities. Most recently our designteam has led the development of new ‘open water’ umbilical technology that significantly reduces offshore operating costs.Along with JDR’s Topside Wellhead umbilicals we can provide a complete turnkey solution.Our extensive industry experience alongside our capabilities in aftermarket services, enables us to work with customers on adiverse range of IWOC ventures. We work in partnership with our customers, from project initiation, to long-term support, anapproach that enables customers to place a single order for their complete system package.Our customers include  FMC  Cameron  GE Oil & Gas  Aker Solutions Right: Example of reeler / spooler package, part of an IWOCS system IWOCs umbilical
  • 12. RenewablesRenewable Energy Cables (REC)JDR is a leading provider of RECs that enable operators to utilise alternative and sustainable energy sources. Our productsconnect power generation devices in offshore wind, wave and tidal fields, transferring power to offshore or onshoresubstations. We have developed flexible and innovative design approaches for inter-turbine array cables and terminationinstallations. Our expertise in dynamic and static subsea power cables and ability to offer fully verified electrical and opticalpackages ensures we can develop products for a wide range of operational requirements.JDR is ideally positioned to offer engineering and scientific support to the evolving renewables market. For example, ourquayside facility at Hartlepool on the UK’s east coast, is enabling us to support multiple offshore windfarm projects planned forthe region.Significant orders include  London Array (175 turbines, 630 MW)  Greater Gabbard (140 turbines, 500 MW)  Meerwind (80 turbines, 288MW) Right: First turbine in the Renewable Energy Greater Gabbard field Cable
  • 13. AftermarketOur range of aftermarket services includesInstallation, repair, maintenance, healthcare & upgradesA team dedicated to installation, repair (including emergency response), equipment & product maintenance(onshore & offshore), asset healthcare & assurance and equipment and product upgrades, covering key oil, gasand renewable regions.Specialist equipment & testingJDR’s AIM Services has a portfolio of specialist tooling and test equipment that can be mobilised alongsidespecialist technicians, anywhere in the world, to support JDR and non-JDR products. This is a rental service andincludes mechanical, hydraulic power cable and fibre optic capabilities.Spares & Asset ManagementThe team provides spare parts and spare parts management out of Littleport in the UK and the Houston servicecentre. Other services include equipment asset management, storage, pre-mobilisation testing and post jobinspection and maintenance. For instance IWOCS can be managed to ensure ongoing operational effectiveness.
  • 14. Executive ManagementPAT HERBERT ANDREW J NORMAN MARTIN BODENExecutive Chairman Chief Executive Officer Chief Financial &Pat joined JDR in 2002 as Andrew joined JDR in Compliance OfficerCEO and became 2011 following 15 years in Martin joined JDR in 2011Executive Chairman in the energy industry with from Betty’s & Taylors2011. As CEO, he has Dresser Inc as Division where he was Chiefoverseen the Group’s most President Control Valves Financial Officer for 18dramatic growth period. and Regional President, months, after being Group Europe. Finance Director at Genus plc.PETER SAYLES PAUL GAHM JAMES YOUNGChief Operations Officer Executive Vice- Engineering DirectorPeter joined JDR in 2011 President Sales and James joined JDR in 2000after 12 years in business Marketing as senior design engineerturnaround roles including Paul joined JDR in 2005 for new productwork with Oceaneering in with responsibility for development. He wasBrazil and assignments in business development, appointed EngineeringChina and the USA. marketing and strategic Director in 2011. planning. Previously he was with Oceaneering’s Mulitflex division.LOUISE CLIFTON MARTIN CHARLES CRAIG EWINGGroup Head of HR Director, AIM Services Business SystemsLouise joined JDR from Martin joined JDR in 2008 DirectorPPG Industries where she as the Group’s first Craig joined JDR in 2011held a number of roles aftermarket services from TNT Post UK whereincluding HR Director, director. Before JDR he he was IT Director. Craig’sIndustrial Coatings, EMEA. was Aftermarket Director IT experience spans a for GE Oil & Gas. number of world class organisations in the B2B, logistics and construction sectors.
  • 15. Recent Corporate History JDR was created in the early 1990s on the merger of Jacques Cable Systems (UK) and De Regt Special Cable (Holland). This move brought together 75 years+ combined experience in the design and manufacture of cables and umbilical systems for use in harsh, dynamic, subsea environments. September 2007 State-of-the-art facility in Hartlepool creating JDR acquired step change in production capability fromBridgepoint by April 2011 Aug / SeptVision Capital & Marine Cables June 2011 2011 March 2012Goldman Sachs August 2010 division sold(1) First LAL New CEO, Project New& Management £8m Wave Hub All senior debt batch CFO and COO Vista for £70m contract completed repaid delivered appointed completes 2007 2009 2010 2011 2012 June 2011 March 2009 August 2010 February 2011 April 2011 VLM April 2012 £30m investment Work starts on Project New Vista New carousels commissione LAL Cables programme in London Array Begins commissioned in d Completed Hartlepool facility renewables contract Hartlepool commences  September 2007: JDR acquired by Vision Capital & Goldman Sachs and Management from Bridgepoint Capital  March 2009: Commencement of £30m investment programme to develop a state-of-the-art facility in Hartlepool  February 2011: Implementation of Project New Vista (to re-engineer the MRP system used for scheduling and planning to accommodate capacity of our growing manufacturing capability)  April 2011: Marine Cables division (seismic lead-in and air-gun umbilicals and defence cables) sold to Fugro NV  August / September 2011: Appointment of Andrew Norman, Martin Boden and Peter Sayles as CEO, CFO and COO
  • 16. In summary JDR is a leader in technology that connects the global offshore energy industry Our technology, products and services enable oil, gas and renewable customers to operate successfully in the world’s harshest offshore environments, at ever increasing depths To achieve this we:  Work closely with our customers to solve complex technological challenges  Support our customers from project initiation to final site commissioning  Develop products that meet individual customer project requirements  Invest in state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities  Ensure effective health, safety and environmental operations  Anticipate longer-term market trends As a result JDR has a proven track record of delivering against client expectations across its markets and product ranges
  • 17. This document contains information of a confidential and commercially sensitive nature. It is delivered subject to the terms, and prior execution, of a bindingconfidentiality agreement. It may be used onlyfor the purposes set out in that confidentiality agreement and may not be copied,distributed, published or reproduced, in whole or in part, to any other person at any time, except strictly in accordance with the terms of that confidentiality agreement and subject to the requirements of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion)Order 2005 (the “Financial Promotion Order”). JDR Cable Systems (Holdings) Ltd. 4th Floor, Saltire Court, 20 Castle Terrace Edinburgh, EHI 2EN ,Scotland, UK Website: www.jdrglobal.com

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