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  1. 1. Wood Group RenewablesFebruary 2012
  2. 2. Introduction to the GroupJohn Wood Group PLCServicing Energy Industries WorldwideA Global Market Leader in:• Engineering and Project Management forOil and Gas and Renewable EnergyDevelopments• Field Operation and Maintenance• Industrial Turbines 38,000 Operations in $5.5bn sales employees 50 countries
  3. 3. Engineering – Market Leading Positions Structures & topsides Subsea solutions • 40 years of unrivalled offshore expertise • LARGEST independent SUBSEA technology • We have worked on group of its kind in the world – 75% of GOM deepwater facilities • Engineered more than 500,000km of cables & pipelines – 30% of deepwater facilities worldwide • Engineered, managed or appraised OVER • We have engineered the WORLD’S DEEPEST HALF of all subsea development worldwide – TLP - Magnolia 4,744’ • We have DESIGNED and PROJECT MANAGED – SPAR – Perdido 7,800’ subsea developments in water depths up to 3,000 METRES – Production platform – Independence Hub Semi 7,920’ • Experienced working in HIGH ENERGY areas – large waves, currents, cyclones, etc • Involvement in access of 800 RENEWABLE ENERGY projects to date • Assessed OVER 60,000 MW of renewable energy development internationally Wood Group Renewables
  4. 4. Health, Safety & Environment As expressed in our Vision for HSE Excellence, as an integral part of our business we will  Maintain a healthy workplace  Prevent accidents  Minimise adverse environmental impact Safety Cases* 7.1 5.8 4.6 4.2 3.9 3.33 3.26 2.94 2.49 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Oct * Total Recordable Case Frequency per million man hours5 “Maintaining the highest standards in safety across all of our operations worldwide at all times is of paramount importance”
  5. 5. Wood Group Renewables - Capabilities6 Wood Group Renewables
  6. 6. Offshore Project Development Project Management Feasibility FEED Detail Design & Construction Concept Layout & Optimisation Project Management Studies Foundation & Offshore Structural Design Construction Management Modelling & Installation Cable Routing & Landfall Measurement7 Wood Group Renewables
  7. 7. Project Lifecycle – Influence on Expenditure& Concepts Major Influence Decreasing Influence Low Influence Project ManagementINFLUENCE EXPENDITURES Construction Management Concept, FEED and Detailed Design Measurement & Analysis Advisory Services START UP & PLAN SELECT DEFINE ENGINEER PROCURE CONSTRUCT COMMISSIONING Wood Group Renewables
  8. 8. Feasibility Studies Feasibility & Advisory Services  Due Diligence for lenders, investors and developers  Market and strategy studies  Contract and programme review  Financial modelling and cost assessment  Technology assessments  Permit and tariff analysis  Bank-grade energy yield analysis  Met mast & Lidar specification, installation, data acquisition & management  Modelling including CFD  Wind farm layout design & optimization  Uncertainty analysis & mitigation9 Wood Group Renewables
  9. 9. FEED & Detail Design  Field & device assessment  Concept, FEED & detailed engineering  Foundation and offshore substructure design  Cable routing & landfall design  Horizontal directional drilling (HDD) design  Materials engineering & specification  Design verification, technical advisor & liaison10 Wood Group Renewables
  10. 10. Project Management & Construction  Turbine and key component assessment and selection  EPCM (incl Installation Management)  Commissioning  Cost estimation & management  construction management  HSEQ  QA/QC11 Wood Group Renewables
  11. 11. Marine Energy  Experienced in design for high energy environments – Landfalls – Cyclone areas – Straits of Gibraltar – Wave & Tidal projects  World leading geotechnical/rock interaction FE capabilities  3D CFD seabed modelling capability to fully understand fluid flow  World leading project experience – Wave Hub – World’s largest wave farm – Sound Of Islay – World’s first tidal array  Able to provide rock dump sizing & assessment of cable protection methodologies  Installation & construction methodologies12 Wood Group Renewables
  12. 12. Reasons for Rock Dumping Stability Freespans Flift Vortices Finertia wave Wsub & Fdrag current Friction Wood Group Renewables
  13. 13. Cable Protection• Rock dump may be needed for – On-bottom stability – Freespan correction – Cable protection – Scour protection – Protection/stabilisation of structures• Experience with – Mattresses – Uraduct – Cast Iron Pipe – Cable trenching tools Wood Group Renewables
  14. 14. Rock Dump Design Experience Severe Environments• Experience in high energy environments – Wave & tidal energy projects – Cyclone conditions in Perth – Straits of Gibraltar – Landfalls throughout the world Wood Group Renewables
  15. 15. Offshore Logistics  40 years experience in managing and delivering offshore maintenance campaigns  Utilise offshore knowledge to identify the best methods for deploying personnel to site  Offshore Interventions are expensive and potentially dangerous  Planning and training are essential to the success of offshore interventions20 Wood Group Renewables
  16. 16. Wood Group Renewables - Key Projects25 Wood Group Renewables
  17. 17. Relevant ExperienceProject DescriptionDevelopment of Wave HubProject scope• Conceptual System Design• Cost Estimating• Detailed design of subsea cable, connections, transformers, grid connection• Procurement and fabrication management• Project Management• Construction Supervision Achievements Saved client ~£20m (60% of budget) compared to initial bids Wood Group Renewables
  18. 18. Relevant ExperienceProject DescriptionKawasaki Tidal Device DesignProject scope•Conceptual design of foundation andsubstructure•Mooring Analysis•Cost estimate•Manufacture review•Review of installation and O&M strategies Achievements Allowed Kawasaki to generate a robust business case for their design. Wood Group Renewables
  19. 19. Case Studies – Wood Group Kenny MORL Gamesa Technology RWE Moray Firth Offshore Wind Farm Offshore WTG Safety and Risk Gwynt y Mor Concept engineering of the HSE and lifecycle risk advice to Review and recommendation of MORL 1.5GW Round 3 Zone support development of internal and external cable entry including cable routing, Gamesa’s 5MW and 7MW systems for the proposed WTG construction, ports and harbours, offshore wind turbines for UK structures including design, access solutions and operations projects installation, maintenance, cable & maintenance protection, material selection and corrosion protection28 Wood Group Renewables

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