Presentation to All Suppliers   Open Supplier Day - 2008

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2. AGENDA 10:00 – 10:30 Opening and Tea Sagran Naicker 10:30 – 11:15 Potential Projects (Upstream) Sibalo Dlamini 11:15 – 12:00 Potential Projects (Midstream) Henk Rauch 12:00 – 12:45 Procurement at PetroSA Comfort Bunting & Accounts Payable Komala Naicker 12:45 – 13:00 Q&A & Closing Sagran Naicker

3. AGENDA 10:00 – 10:30 Opening and Tea Sagran Naicker 10:30 – 11:15 Potential Projects (Upstream) Sibalo Dlamini 11:15 – 12:00 Potential Projects (Midstream) Henk Rauch 12:00 – 12:45 Procurement at PetroSA Comfort Bunting & Accounts Payable Komala Naicker 12:45 – 13:00 Q&A & Closing Sagran Naicker

4. Upstream Initiatives (Sibalo Dlamini)

5. Project Jabulani

6. Overview

7. Overview cont.

8. Facilities Layout

9. E-AR5 Extension To Oribi/Oryx Development

10. Execution Strategy and Contracting

11. Execution Strategy and Contracting

12. Execution Strategy and Contracting

13. Execution Strategy and Contracting

14. Schedule

15. Importation of Natural Gas for PetroSA’s GTL Refinery and Power Generation PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL

16. PetroSA Gas-to-Liquids plant in Mossel Bay

17. Gas-to-Power opportunities – Mossel Bay & Coega

18. Interim technical solutions under consideration - LNG

19. Interim technical solutions under consideration - LNG

20. Interim technical solutions under consideration - LNG

21. Interim technical solutions under consideration

22. Interim technical solutions under consideration - LNG

23. Interim technical solutions under consideration - CNG

24. Interim technical solutions under consideration - CNG

26. AGENDA 10:00 – 10:30 Opening and Tea Sagran Naicker 10:30 – 11:15 Potential Projects (Upstream) Sibalo Dlamini 11:15 – 12:00 Potential Projects (Midstream) Henk Rauch 12:00 – 12:45 Procurement at PetroSA Comfort Bunting & Accounts Payable Komala Naicker 12:45 – 13:00 Q&A & Closing Sagran Naicker

27. Midstream Initiatives (Henk Rauch)

28. Objective of and background for discussion Objective Provide suppliers with background on midstream projects Provide high level information on projects planned

29. Security of Energy Supply By 2020 there will be a need for up to 280,000 bbl/d of finished products in South Africa

30. PetroSA is developing mega project initiatives

31. Crude Refinery – Technical feasibility

32. A 250kbbl/d refinery will produce much needed petroleum fuels; support world-scale chemical plants, and create up to 5,000 direct jobs

33. Locating a refinery in Coega would necessitate shipping product to Durban in the short-term, but supplies a growing local demand

34. PetroSA need to develop liquid fuels logistics infrastructure to support Coega refinery and to support strategic stock policy of South Africa

35. CTL project is made up of a series of relatively simple and well developed technologies

36. PetroSA is considering using CNG technology to bring gas from neighbouring countries to Mossel Bay

37. Project High level Schedule

38. AGENDA 10:00 – 10:30 Opening and Tea Sagran Naicker 10:30 – 11:15 Potential Projects (Upstream) Sibalo Dlamini 11:15 – 12:00 Potential Projects (Midstream) Henk Rauch 12:00 – 12:45 Procurement at PetroSA Comfort Bunting & Accounts Payable Komala Naicker 12:45 – 13:00 Q&A & Closing Sagran Naicker

39. GROUP SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (PROCUREMENT) (Comfort Bunting)

40. OBJECTIVES OF THIS DISCUSSION

44. SUBMITTING TENDERS (TYPICAL ERRORS) Tenders are submitted late Does not indicate compliance with scope of work requirements Prices not provided. Some not provided in prescribed format Valid Tax Certificate not submitted Registration Questionnaire not completed in full. Sometimes not submitted at all Contactable references not provided Supplier changes terms and conditions Fails to declare conflict of interest Fails to submit financial statement or letter of good standing from bank Does not attend compulsory site meetings Evaluation criteria – tender submission not aligned to criteria

45. EVALUATION OF TENDERS Phase 1: Elimination Phase Deals mainly with non-compliance with specification, incomplete tenders, inaccurate & misleading information etc. Phase 2: Tender Assessment Deals with the commercial aspect of the tender. This phase also deals with BEE. Phase 3: Approval Process Three of the top scoring companies are submitted to the Procurement Committee / CEO / Board for approval.

46. BROAD BASED BLACK ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT (BBBEE) BBBEE is a deliberate socio-economic process or intervention strategy designed to redress the imbalances of the past and to facilitate the participation of Black people in the economy. PetroSA shall apply the provisions of the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act and it’s codes of good practice in the procurement of goods and services. PetroSA will deal with suppliers in accordance with the BBBEE Codes of Good Practice. In particular, preference shall be given to local BBBEE suppliers (with a level 1 to level 4 contribution factor, in that order)

48. The purpose of the State Owned Enterprises Procurement Forum is to share best practices in supply chain management by and within state owned enterprises.   Good afternoon Madam Deputy President; Members of SOEPFGood afternoon Madam Deputy President; Members of SOEPF

49. Founder Members Denel, Telkom, PetroSA, SAPO Additional Members Transnet, SAA, SITA, Eskom, IDC, SARS, National Treasury, Metrorail, CSIR, Transwerk, Rand Water, USA (Universal Service Agency), National Ports Authority (NPA), South African Rail Commuter Corporation (SARCC) City Power; Umsobomvu Youth Fund, SITA, Armscor, SAFCOL, NEF & ACSA . Guest Status SMME Forum; The DTI; SMME desk under BUSA;

50. CO-OPERATION BETWEEN SASDA, NORAD, SOEPF & SUPPLIERS (FOREIGN & LOCAL)

52. PRE-QUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS 117 Suppliers audited Top 5 Suppliers in each category would be pre-qualified for at least 3 years Supplier Development to focus on these Suppliers for the approved category (e.g. engineering, fabrication, shipping etc) More categories to be advertised within 2 weeks Process to be completed by 31 December 2008

53. SOURCING AND TENDER OPPORTUNITIES (Refer to Tender Plan in handout) Maintenance Services - Onshore (MB/Sald) and Offshore Labour broking Civil Mechanical Electrical & Instrumentation HVAC Hydraulic Fabrication HP/Chemical Cleaning Generator repairs Electric Motor Repairs Craneage Rigging Control Systems Support Electronic Systems Support Scaffolding Painting Cathodic Protection

54. OPPORTUNITIES - CONTINUED Consultancy Services EIAs Feasibility Studies Economic Modelling Risk assessments Engineering General Consulting Design Installation Electrical Pipelines Legal Accounting/Financial/Taxation Advisory Quantity Surveying Procurement General Cleaning Transport (Fuel/Gas) Catering Shutdown 2009 (50 – 60 contracts) Drilling and Related Services (+30 contacts per operation)

55. OPPORTUNITIES - CONTINUED

56. Accounts Payable (Komala Naicker)

57. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE Suppliers should note that the following conditions apply for prompt payment of invoices:- Invoices not reflecting a valid PetroSA purchase order will not be accepted and processed for payment, including for contractual billing. These invoices will be returned to the relevant suppliers unpaid. Invoices that do not reflect the PetroSA VAT number (4230103502) will not be accepted and processed for payment. Invoices must be addressed to the Creditors Department, Private Bag X 5, Parow, 7499 and not delivered to the Mossel Bay site.

58. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE PetroSA’s preferred method of payment is via Electronic Funds Transfer. If your company is still paid by cheque, please forward your bank details to the creditors department to facilitate payment by EFT (Fax to 021 9290189). PetroSA will not be liable for the loss or fraudulent encashment of cheques. Invoices can only be processed for payment upon approval in our SAP ERP system. In this regards it would be advisable to ensure your goods deliveries or services rendered are receipted by your specific PetroSA representative to enable immediate processing.

59. AGENDA 10:00 – 10:30 Opening and Tea Sagran Naicker 10:30 – 11:15 Potential Projects (Upstream) Sibalo Dlamini 11:15 – 12:00 Potential Projects (Midstream) Henk Rauch 12:00 – 12:45 Procurement at PetroSA Comfort Bunting & Accounts Payable Komala Naicker 12:45 – 13:00 Q&A & Closing Sagran Naicker

60. QUESTIONS?

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