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GASTECH, London October, 2012

Yamal LNG

Project overview

Gleb Luxemburg CEO, Yamal LNG

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relied on in connection with, any contract or commitment or investment decision whatsoever. The information contained in this

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without notice and neither the Company is under any obligation to update or keep current the information contained herein.

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Project overview

2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Concept, surveys, pre-FEED (done)

FEED (completed, optimization ongoing), State permits

Final Investment Decision (FID)

Early works, EPC

LNG plant startup by trains

Pilot LNG project on the Yamal Peninsula,

Russia

Onshore field / 2P gas reserves 879 BCM

16.5 mtpa of LNG (3 trains)

1 mmt of gas condensate

LNG plant and port at Sabetta

Sponsors NOVATEK (80%) and TOTAL

(20%)

Supported by Russian government

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Yamal Peninsula

The Yamal Peninsula is located in the north of Western Siberia and

is bordered by the Kara Sea to the west and by the Gulf of Ob to the

east

Its administrative center is Yar-Sale and the Peninsula has a total

population of 16,100 inhabitants

The Yamal territory is located in the tundra zone. The peninsula

consists of mostly permafrost soil - permafrost depths to 300-500

meters

The Peninsulas relief is characterized as smooth with altitude

variations of less than 90 m. Average altitude is approximately 50

meters above sea level

Long-lasting ice cover (about 300 days a year). Swamps and lakes

cover over 60% of the territory

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Well pads LNG Plant

Port & MOF

Construction

Camp

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Project Site Overview

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Close proximity of gas

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Integrated gas

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Well prepared field

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Sabetta

Geology

Onshore location, with possible offshore extension in

North-East

Cretaceous sandstone reservoirs between 900 and

2800m

Appraised by 58 wells (3 drilled and tested in 2011-2012)

Field covered by 3D-seismic

Field Development

Production plateau 27 bcm/year

Peak condensate production at 1.1 mmt/year in 2020-

2021

208 production wells, deviated and horizontalized over

500m

2 rigs are mobilized in 2012 to start drilling April 2013

Wells will be drilled on 19 clusters on 3 domes

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Yamal LNG LNG Plant main facilities

4 Full Containment

LNG Tanks x 160,000 m3

3 GC Tanks x 50,000 m3

3 LNG Trains x 5.5 Mtpa Gas

preprocessing

Living quarters

Warehouses Power plant

Gas turbines (380 MW)

Balanced combination of stick-build and modular construction

Careful attention to foundation design in permafrost environment

Standard and internationally proved technologies with:

o minimum number of novelties

o aim at minimizing impact on environment

Proven APCI C3MR process

BASF Acid Gas removal process

Mercury removal

Air Cooled liquefaction process less

environmental impact

Full containment Tanks

Flare

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LNG Plant Modularization Concept

Modularization (~ 240 modules)

To be transported by specialized ships

Modules shall be transported and installed using self-

propelled module trailers (SPMT)

Heavy cranes application on site will be minimized

Winterization (adapted for wind, snow and low temperature)

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Government facilities

Administrative facilities

(customs office, captains office,

federal offices)

Ice protection facilities

Port harbor

Approach channel

Seaway channel

Yamal LNG facilities

Administrative facilities

Berths, jetty, and utility system

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Agreements with Rosmorport concluded*

Allocation of operational responsibilities is agreed between federal and Yamal LNG infrastructure

Required funds are included in federal budget

(officially approved for 2012-2014)

* FSUE Rosmorport is responsible for development of the Russian sea transport infrastructure, maintain federal property in the seaports.

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Seaway and approach channels Port facilities, berth and harbor

Port facilities, berth/jetty and harbor

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Early Stage Facilities of port Sabetta

MOF

(length 160 m, depth 5 m) Universal deep-water berth

(length 223 m, depth 11 m) Universal deep-water berth

(length 250 m, depth12.5 m)

Customs

and administrative building

Storage areas for construction

materials

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Port construction in Sabetta is commenced in July

2012

1st stage: construction of the berths for offloading big-

size LNG plant process modules. Ready by 2014

navigation

2nd stage: LNG and gas condensate loading

jetty. Ready for first LNG in 2016, in 2018 the

port will be operated over its full design

capacity of 18 mln tons

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Port fleet

Port fleet: preliminary investigation by AARC

o 1 line ice breaker: 39MW

o 1 port ice breaker: 13MW

o 4 port tugs

Evaluating LNG fuelled propulsion:

o Gas mode operation in ice

o Bunker tank technology and capacity

o Bunkering station

Conceptual design exists. Project-specific design and specification will be available in 2012

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Shipping Arrangements

Shipping Solution

Vessels sailing from Sabetta to markets on long term Time

Charter contracts

Combination of dedicated ice class and conventional LNG

vessels

Demonstrated navigability:

o Western route: available all year-round

o Northern Sea Route to Asia: available in summer (July to

November)

ARC7 Ice Class ship (Russian classification) design

Strong cooperation with the Russian research institute CNIIMF

Ship specification developed by Aker Arctic

Confirmation test of the ship model in HSVA (Hamburg)

170,000 m3 ship design feasibility validated in Ice Model tests

Contracting

Pre-qualification of Shipowners and Shipyards for the ARC7

vessels achieved

Ice Class shipping:

o Tender with Shipyards: September 2012

o Tender with Shipowners: September 2012

o Selection: by December 2012

o Ice breaking contingent support solutions under studies

with Atomflot

Indicative shipping routes

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Shipping in Arctic waters

large scale NOVATEKs gas condensate cargoes

71 thousand tons first large scale condensate shipment in August 2010

through Northern Sea Route on Baltica tanker

120 thousand tons of condensate in September 2011. Vladimir Tikhonov

tanker sailed in 7 days, 14 knots through the North Sea Route:

LOA 280.5 m, 50 m width, 16.5 m draft,

Similar parameters as the designed arctic LNG carriers

The successful large scale

cargo shipments of gas

condensate through NSR

in 2010-2012 have

provided exclusive

valuable information on the

ice conditions and proven

feasibility of utilizing this

sea route to ship LNG and

gas condensate to Asia

Atomic icebreaker 50 let

Pobedy is providing

assistance on ice passage

to Vladimir Tikhonov

tanker at NSR

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Project on the Move Yamal LNG

Airstrip preliminary works Construction camp Berth reconstruction

Acting heliport

Living quarters construction on piles

Running well

FEED completed. Its being using as a basis for Russian proyekt

documentation development. Design documentation package is submitted

for State approvals. FEED optimization ongoing

Camp and infrastructure construction. Power plant and power grid,

utility networks, Living quarters, fuel storage, warehouses, airstrip

Early works

o Well pads, roads, LNG plant site backfilling,

o MOF & RoRo construction

o Procurement piles and LLIs

3 exploration wells has been drilled. Field Development optimized (19

well pads instead of 35)

EPC tender ongoing. December 2012 EPC contractor selection, detailed

design and OBT start

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Challenges and Solutions

Main Challenges Solutions

Site remoteness with limited

access

Minimizing work at site

Modularization

Delivery of modules mainly during summer season

Arctic conditions (permafrost) Construction on piles to isolate ground from equipments

Winterization considered design and execution plan

Drilling in Arctic conditions

Winterized rigs and suitable mud/casing /drilling programs

Novatek experience in field exploration and development in

Arctic conditions wells drilled in 2011

Complexity and interface

management

Best world practice (EPC contract)

Professional management team

Sponsors support and expertise

Shipping in Arctic conditions

Ice-class ships developed by the leading industry players for

Arctic conditions

Availability of Ice breaker support

Novatek experience: Northern Route recently tested

All technical aspects are known, with reliance on extensive studies, tested technologies

and expertise in similar projects

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Thank you for attention!

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