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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 ...

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 Business Forum: Nuclear & Renewable Energy - Bernhard Presentation Transcript

    • U.S. – Saudi BusinessOpportunities ForumDecember 7, 2011J.M. Bernhard Jr.Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer S AN M E N U N I T S 1 & 2 │1
    • Corporate ProfileThe 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 2
    • U.S. Nuclear Projects Progressing as Planned SCANA V.C. Summer Southern VogtlePhoto courtesy of SCANA Photo courtesy of Southern Nuclear ► 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 │ │3
    • China AP1000® :Sanmen and Haiyang Units Progressing Steadily Haiyang Sanmen ► Contract signed in 2007 ► Shaws work includes engineering, procurement, startup, information management, technology transfer and project management services. ► Commercial operation for Sanmen expected in 2013-2014. │ │4
    • Shaw’s Work in Saudi Arabia► 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 has completed more than 70 projects in SHARQ grassroots ethylene plant Saudi Arabia over the previous 20 years │ │5
    • 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 │ │6
    • 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 ► 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. │ │7
    • Saudi Arabia Nuclear Deployment Model  Design & Equipment Supply +  Engineering, procurement, construction management  Construction Saudi Arabian constructor  Operations/training/ workforce development  Maintenance/outage management + + + + 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. │ │8
    • Nuclear Power Sustainability and Job Creation in Saudi Arabia► 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 │ │9
    • Value Summary► 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. │ │10
    • U.S. – Saudi Business Opportunities Forum December 7, 2011 J.M. Bernhard Jr. Chairman, President and Chief Executive OfficerAE R I AL V I E W O F V O G T L E U N I T S 3 AN D 4 │ 11