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E&C OFFSHORE CONSTRUCTION FLEET

E&C OFFSHORE CONSTRUCTION FLEET

INDEX
SAIPEM TODAY SAIPEM ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION SAIPEMS CONSTRUCTION FLEET: EVOLUTION AND NEW CHALLENGES 4 6

THE OFFSHORE CONSTRUCTION FLEET 10


CASTORONE SAIPEM 7000 CASTORO SEI CASTORO 7 SEMAC 1 SAIPEM 3000 SAIPEM FDS 2 SAIPEM FDS CASTORO OTTO CASTORO II CRAWLER S 355 CASTORO 10 SB 230 S 44 S 600 S 45 CASTORO 9 CASTORO XI S 42 CASTORO 14 CASTORO 15 SB 103 S 43 S 46 S 47 16 22 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 34 35 35 36 36 36 36 37 37 37 37 38 38 38 38

THE CaSpIaN CONSTRUCTION FLEET 40


CASTORO 12 CASTORO 16 TRB TENDERS ERSAI 1 ERSAI 2 ERSAI 3 ERSAI 4 ERSAI 400 44 44 45 45 46 46 47 47

THE SUBSEa CONSTRUCTION FLEET 48


BAR PROTECTOR NORMAND CUTTER BOURBON pEaRL FaR SamSON GRampIaN SURvEyOR mICLyN ENDURaNCE 50 51 52 53 54 55

SAIPEM TODAY
SAIPEM TODAY IS A WORLD LEADER IN THE GLOBAL SUPPLY OF ENGINEERING, PROCUREMENT, PROJECT MANAGEMENT, CONSTRUCTION AND DRILLING SERVICES WITH DISTINCTIVE CAPABILITIES IN THE DESIGN AND EXECUTION OF LARGE-SCALE OFFSHORE AND ONSHORE PROJECTS.

Saipem has a strong bias towards oil and gas frontiers, namely activities in harsh and remote areas, in deep waters as well as in extremely cold and hot environments, applying significant technological competences in many diverse fields such as gas monetization and heavy oil exploitation. Saipem is organized in two Business Units: Engineering & Construction and Drilling.

SAIPEM ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION


FOLLOWING AN AGGRESSIVE GROWTH STRATEGY, WHICH INCLUDED IN THE LAST DECADE THE ACQUISITION OF MANY CONSTRUCTION, TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING COMPANIES, MOST PROMINENTLY OF SNAMPROGETTI, BOUYGUES OFFSHORE, SOFRESID AND MOSS MARITIME, SAIPEM HAS BECOME ONE OF THE WORLD LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES IN THE GLOBAL OIL AND GAS MARKETS, ONSHORE AND OFFSHORE.

Ever since its initial steps in the fifties as the construction division of Snam, the pipeline company of the Eni Group in Italy, Saipem has pursued a systematic growth strategy, based on the development of internal assets, expertise and skilled resources, as well as on the acquisition of other players with their own asset bases, such as Micoperi in late eighties, and many others. In the last decade, Saipem has continued its growth by acquiring Bouygues Offshore and Sofresid in France, Moss Maritime in Norway, IDPE in India and Snamprogetti in Italy, and by carrying out a multibillion investment program into the expansion of its offshore construction and drilling fleets. Since the year 2000, Saipems market capitalization has grown more than sixfold and its revenues tenfold.(*) The organizational integration of this considerable asset base, namely the network of engineering centres, fabrication and support yards in several continents as well as the offshore construction fleet, has been completed gradually over the years - most recently with the creation of a unified Business Unit Engineering & Construction, an entity with over 30,000 employees (excluding corporate and BU Drilling staff) from over 100 nationalities, with over 60 permanent establishments

and numerous project execution centres around the globe, and with yearly revenues exceeding 10 billion /y; all held together by outstanding project management skills. Through the involvement of our global EP(I)C hubs in Milan, Rome and Fano (Italy), Paris (France) and Chennai (India), which operate in connection with a growing number of medium size and smaller regional engineering and project execution centres employing altogether over 7,000 engineers, Saipem balances high project execution quality with a competitive cost and - most importantly - with a major emphasis on local know-how and content. This well-integrated multicenter approach provides a consistent design and robust execution philosophy on all our projects worldwide. Top priority is provided throughout to all HSEQ aspects. Saipem therefore offers a complete range of project definition and execution services, offshore and onshore, particularly for the complex mega-projects required by the market today: from feasibility and conceptual studies to complex integrated solutions combining design, engineering, procurement, field construction, fabrication and offshore

installation; also revamps, upgradings, maintenance, decommissionings, reclamations and decontaminations. Saipem today operates in virtually every world market, often in remote locations with harsh environmental conditions and challenging logistics, leveraging on its proven experience across the most significant product lines in the oil and gas production onshore, offshore, in deepwater; gas and oil transportation via offshore and onshore pipeline systems; midstream, refining, chemicals, power generation from fossil as well as from renewable sources; environmental industries, maritime works and infrastructure. This new series, therefore, outlines Saipems integrated references in engineering and construction markets offshore and onshore, according to individual business and technology lines.

(*) Until Dec. 31, 2010


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SAIPEMS CONSTRUCTION FLEET: EVOLUTION AND NEW CHALLENGES


TODAY, SAIPEMS STRENGTHS IN ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION LAY IN ITS UNIQUE CAPABILITIES TO DESIGN AND EXECUTE LARGE AND COMPLEX PROJECTS FOR THE ENERGY INDUSTRY. AS ONE OF THE MAIN PILLARS OF ITS INDUSTRIAL MODEL IN THE OFFSHORE MARKETS, EVER SINCE THE FIRST STEPS IN THE FIFTIES SAIPEM HAS BUILT A UNIQUE FLEET OF PIPELAYING AND HEAVY LIFT VESSELS, BY INVESTING HEAVILY IN ASSETS, EXPERTISE, SKILLS AND PEOPLE.

Associated with worldwide platforms, sealines and field development projects, today Saipems fleet of about 40 offshore construction vessels carries out even the largest offshore and subsea installation tasks, performed either within major complex EPIC projects or as stand alone T&I contracts. Saipems fleet includes the Offshore, dedicated Caspian (page 40) and Subsea (page 48) construction vessels and the associated equipment, smaller support vessels and support yards.

Castoro, Saipems first offshore construction vessel laying 30 oil sealine, Huelva, Spain (1966)
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THE OFFSHORE CONSTRUCTION FLEET


ONE OF THE CRITICAL FACTORS OF SUCCESS IN SAIPEMS ACHIEVEMENTS, IT HAS CONTINUOUSLY EVOLVED IN SIZE, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY CONTENT AND OPERATIONAL CAPABILITIES, IN ORDER TO SECURE SATISFACTION TO THE CLIENTS, AND BY MOVING FURTHER THE FRONTIER OF PROJECT FEASIBILITY TO ANTICIPATE THEIR NEEDS.

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Since the late seventies, the fleet, together with growing engineering skills, has enabled Saipem to execute the most challenging installation and pipe laying projects worldwide. In particular, the first Saipem record for the greatest depth reached was set from 1979 to 1981 by the Castoro Sei lay barge reaching the water depth of 608 m, while working on the Transmed Pipeline project across the Mediterranean Sea, from Capo Bon in Tunisia to Sicily and then across the Straits of Messina. In the heavy lifting sector, Saipem, after its supremacy held in the early 1970s with the 800 t capacity crane of Castoro 2, recaptured its leadership position with the takeover of Micoperi, completed in 1990. This acquisition brought in the M7000, later rechristened as Saipem 7000,

which became the leader of Saipems construction fleet. With her Dynamic Positioning System and 14,000 t lifting capacity, Saipem was back in contention in the offshore heavy lift market. Since then, Saipem has further renovated and strengthened its lifting fleet, by converting the late Maxita to Saipem 3000 and by positioning the 2400 t crane of the late Pearl Marine, a vessel also acquired within the Micoperi takeover, on top of a brand new stern. Saipem 3000 was also modified to improve its significant subsea and deep water capabilities, thus reaching a level of excellence within the market of the subsea field development. The Saipem 3000 is also capable of laying flexible pipelines, installing umbilicals/ mooring systems and installing subsea structures.
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In addition to its leading role in the heavy lift market, since the mid nineties Saipem has also developed a strong experience in the installation by floatover methodology. This has given Saipem the world record of topside weight installed so far, with the Sakhalin, Russia, PA-B deck weighing more than 28,000 t. The development of this technology started with a simple lowering method of passive barge ballasting and it is now going to evolve into the super rapid active lowering via hydraulic jacks, through Saipems patented system called Anteo. In the pipe layer segment, two major Saipems vessels worth of special mention are the Castoro Sei, which is capable of laying large diameter
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subsea pipelines, and the FDS (Field Development Ship), a special purpose vessel used in the development of deepwater fields, equipped with a dynamic positioning system, a 600 t lifting capacity crane and a vertical pipelaying system capable of operating in water depths of up to 2,000 m. The Saipem 7000 should also be added to this segment, as she has now the capability to lay subsea pipelines in ultra-deep waters by using the J-lay system, able to handle a suspended load of up to 1,450 t during pipelay operations. However, Saipems strong point of pipe laying has always been the ability to start operations both from shallow/ ultra-shallow waters (3 to 5 m of water depth) and from deep ocean

waters. Saipems fleet is unique in this respect, since it includes vessels such as S230, S355, Castoro 2, Crawler and Castoro Otto, who, although being by today old ladies, can still cover the shallow water environments very well, whereas the trio formed by the Castoro Sei, Castoro 7 and Semac 1 can exceed the depth limit of 1000 m. This limit can be further extended by the J-lay technology of the almost vertical towers of the powerful FDS, FDS2 and Saipem 7000, and by the steep lay of the new Castorone. And actually, with the J-lay technology available in Saipem, even the depth of the Mariana Trench could be reached or exceeded, with the limit only resting in the line pipe resistance.

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In synthesis, Saipem now owns DP3 dynamically positioned vessels (i.e. Saipem 7000 and Saipem 3000) capable of lifting respectively up to 14,000 t and 2,200 t and of successfully completing challenging offshore installation and construction projects; dynamically positioned (i.e. Saipem 7000) and conventional (i.e. Castoro Sei, Castoro 7 and Semac 1) vessels, capable of laying pipelines with the S-lay and J-lay techniques in low and deep waters; field development ships, the Saipem FDS, capable to J-lay in deep waters and lift up to 600 t, and the new Saipem FDS 2, an evolution of her sister ship Saipem FDS, capable of developing offshore fields by J-laying and lifting up to 1,000 t in DP3 dynamic positioning. Looking at the future, Saipem is currently strengthening its fleet by completing the construction of new state-of-the-art vessels, such as the Castorone, a DP3 deepwater laying vessel for high productivity operations in extreme environments. To support the worldwide operations of its fleet as close as possible to the project sites, and therefore to secure the most reliable and timely project completion, Saipem has developed a distributed network of design centers dedicated to the engineering of

the marine operations, as well as a number of logistic, operation support and vessel maintenance bases. Also, specific centers of excellence are designated for the overall management of various vessels, such as the one in London for the Saipem 7000 and the one in Paris for Saipem FDS and Saipem FDS2 The new vessel start up is handled by the Integrated Asset Department, while specific expertise is available to projects for particular operations such as heavy lifting, float over and steep lay. With this unique breath of vessels, technologies and experience, Saipem is now able to provide all the needs of the offshore construction industry in terms of technical capabilities, competitiveness and geographical availability. Also, Saipem is preparing to face the challenges of the future Arctic operations, thanks to the experience gained in sub-Arctic regions such as Sakhalin and Arcticlike regions such as the Caspian Sea, as well as through the availability of vessels specifically outfitted for Arctic operations, like the new Castorone.

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CASTORONE
CONCENTRATION OF TECHNOLOGIES AND EFFICIENCY: THE MOST ADVANCED PIPELAYER IN THE WORLD, IN OPERATION FROM 2013. DYNAMICALLY POSITIONED DEEPWATER LAYBARGE FOR HIGH PRODUCTIVITY OPERATIONS IN EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS, DESIGNED TO MEET THE CHALLENGES OF THE PRESENT AND FUTURE TRUNKLINE MARKET: High productivity vessel for large pipelines in shallow water (even in Arctic environment) High productivity vessel to S-lay trunklines in ultra-deepwaters over 2000 m J-lay vessel for trunklines in ultra-deepwaters over 3000 m

WS 7

Shallow Water configuration


WS 6 WS 5

Deep Water configuration Exit = up to 0

Laying Triple Joints (3 x 12 m) or Laying Double Joints (2 x 18 m)

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CASTORO SEI

WS 6

WS 5

WS 4

WS 3

WS 2

WS 1

Laying Double Joints (2 x 12 m)

CASTORONE

WS 4

WS 3

WS 2

WS 1

THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE - CASTORO SEI AND CASTORONE COMPARISON CASTORO SEI
Vessel Length Vessel Width Pipe Size Storage Capacity Tensioner Capacity Station Keeping Water Depth Working Stations Firing Line 152 m 78 m 60 inch 3,000 t 390 t total #12 mooring lines up to 1,000 m #6 stations double joint 142 m

CASTORONE
330 m 39 m 60 inch 20,000 t 750 t total Dynamic Positioning DP3 - Thruster Output = 56 MW up to 3,000 m #7 stations triple joint 309 m

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DISTINCTIVE PROPRIETARY TECHNOLOGIES / TECHNICAL EXCELLENCE: - Ice Class A0 (IA Baltic) - Class 3 Dynamic Positioning - Transit speed 13 knots - High storage capacity (around 20,000 t) - Utilizing the best Saipem welding, coating and quality control systems - Equipped to install in-line heavy bulky items - Upgradeable to unmanned loading and offloading of pipe joints FRONTIER S-LAY CAPABILITIES - S-laying capability in dynamic positioning mode of pipes with size up to 60 - Unique capability to join 18 metres long pipes (High productivity process) - Prefabrication of pipe strings 36 metres long:3 pipes of 12 metres with triple joint or 2 pipes of 18 metres with double joint - Stinger specifically designed to allow excellent laying capabilities for any pipe diameter and water depth, through a continuous control of the overbend stresses in the pipe - Stinger composed of three articulated adjustable sections allowing to be configurated from shallow to ultradeep water without abandoning the pipe (unique feature in the market) - 7 welding stations for shallow water pipelaying - Pulling capacity of 750 t (975 t holding capacity) - Holding capacity of 1,500 t for flooded case scenario J-LAY POTENTIAL - Designed for future installation of a fixed tower for triple joint J-lay in excess of 3,000 m water depth - Fast switch offshore from S-lay to J-lay during operations within the same project to best fit route and water depth requirements with minimum time losses - Weathervaning with J-lay tower in vertical position ABOVE WATER TIE-IN (AWTI) POTENTIAL: - Designed for future installation of up to ten AWTI davits for easy completion of shore-shore trunklines

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CLASSIFICATION - ABS +A1 (E), pipelaying vessel, +ACCU, +DPS3, CRC, TCM, CM, ice class A0 (IA Baltic) DIMENSIONS - Length (o.a.): 330 m excluding ramp/stinger and helideck - Moulded breadth: 39 m - Operational draft: min 7 m, max10 m - Transit draft: 8 m approx - Displacement: 100,000 t at max operational draft DYNAMIC POSITIONING SYSTEM - DP system: fully redundant, class 3 - Reference system: 2 x Hipap 500 for 3,000 m of water depth; 2 x DGPS Taut wire PROPULSION AND THRUSTERS - Transit speed: 13 knots - Fuel consumption (transit): 80 t/day - Fuel consumption (DP mode, max): 130 t/day - Bollard pull (with main propellers): 180 t - Main shafts: 2 x 8,000 kW - Azimuthal thrusters: 6 x 92 t - Bow tunnel thrusters: 2 x 35 t - Stern tunnel thrusters: 35 t POWER GENERATION - Main gensets: 8 x 8,400 kW at 600 rpm each - Emergency generator: 1 x 1,200 kW - Power distribution: 2 separate switchboards 11 kV LIFTING CAPABILITIES - Main crane: 600 t @ 30 m, 350 t @ 46 m - Pipe handling cranes: 2 x gantry cranes 52 t @ 35 m - Pedestal crane: 30 t @ 30 m

S-LAY CAPABILITIES - Pipelaying capacity: triple joint 12 m or double joint 18 m, up to 60 and beyond - S-Lay stern ramp: 120 m long hinged stinger composed of 3 articulated and adjustable sections - Tensioners: 3 x 250 t - A/R winch: 750 t - Working stations: 3 welding + 4 completion - Triple joint fabriction shop below deck - ROVs: 2 Work Class ROVs rated for 3,000 m of water depth J-LAY CAPABILITIES - Fixed vertical tower, able to fully weathervane - Pipe diameter range: 8 - 36 max OD - Max operative laying tension: 2000 t (with friction pads up to 900 t and with grip pads up to 2000 t) - Max accidental laying tension: 2500 t - Number of field joint coating and NDT Station: 1 - Number of Welding Station: 1 - Pipe String Triple joint - Capable of laying large in line items - A&R capability 900 t (up to 2000 t with dummy pipes) CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 702 people - Mess room; offices; crew lifts; meeting rooms; gymnasium/recreation; television rooms HELIDECK - Suitable for Sikorsky S-61 N

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SAIPEM 7000
14,000 t HEAVY LIFT VESSEL WITH J-LAY CAPABILITIES

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CLASSIFICATION - Lloyds Register and RINA - Compliance: NMD, HSE, USCG Rules DIMENSIONS - Length: 198 m - Breadth: 87 m - Depth to main deck: 45 m - Transit draft: 10.5 m - Operational draft: 27.5 m DYNAMIC POSITIONING SYSTEM - DP (AAA) Lloyds Register; IPD 3 RINA; - Class 3 Norwegian Maritime Directorate notations; fully redundant MOORING SYSTEM - 14 x 1,350 kW single drum winches, each 3,350 m x 33/4mooring line and 40 tonnes high holding power anchor - Fully redundant SDPM system - 2 anchor windlasses, each 550 m x 5 - 1/8chain and 34.5 tonnes anchor PROPULSION AND THRUSTERS - All fixed pitch and variable rpm - 4 aft x 4,500 kW propulsion azimuthing units - 4 fore x 3,000 kW retractable azimuthing units - 2 fore x 5,500 kW retractable azimuthing units - 2 bow x 2,500 kW tunnel thrusters POWER GENERATION - Total power plant 70,000 kW, 10,000 Volt; 12 diesel generators on heavy fuels divided in 4 fire segregated engine rooms; classified UMS

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LIFTING CAPABILITIES - 2 twin Saipem 7000 model fully revolving bow mounted Amhoist cranes - Main blocks tandem lift: 14,000 t - Main block single lift: 7,000 t 1 revolving @ 40 m radius /41.15 m tie back 6,000 t 3 revolving @ 45 m radius /50 m tie back - Aux. 1 block: 2,500 t - Aux. 2 block: 900 t - Lowering capability to 450 m below sea level - Whip hook: 120 t J-LAY SYSTEM (REMOVABLE) - Pipe diameter range from 4 to 32 - Main laying tension system 525 t with tensioners, up to 2,000 t with frictionclamps - Laying tower angle 90 - 110 - Abandonment/Recovery system double capstan winch with 550 t capacity (up to 2,000 t with clamps) - Number of welding stations: 1 - Number of NDT and field joint stations: 1 - Pipe string quadruple joint - Pipe storage capacity up to 6,000 t CREW FACILITIES - 386 cabins to accommodate up to 725 people according to local rules

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Gym, cinema, internal radio/TV, 400 seat main messroom 70 seat officers messroom, recreation room, bar-cafeterias

HELIDECK - Suitable for two BV234 LR Chinook helicopters (one parked) - Classified helicopter refueling system ADDITIONAL FEATURES / EQUIPMENT - 2 Menck MHU 3,000 hydraulic hammers - 2 Menck MHU 1,700 hydraulic hammers - 2 Menck MHU 1,000 hydraulic hammers - 2 Menck MHU 600 hydraulic hammers - 1 Menck MHU 220 hydraulic hammer - 1 Menck MHU 195 hydraulic hammer - 2 underwater/surface power packs - 1 hydraulic hammer compensator Slim and Free riding mode capability - Full spread of internal/external lifting clamps ranging from 20 to 102 i./o. dia - 2 levelling systems range 66 72 dia. - 900 t capacity - 2 external levelling systems 1,000 t

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CASTORO SEI
HIGH PRODUCTIVITY SEMISUBMERSIBLE S-LAY VESSEL
CLASSIFICATION - American Bureau of Shipping DIMENSIONS - Length overall excluding ramps 152.0 m - Breadth overall 70.5 m - Depth to main deck 29,8 m - Transit draft 9.5 m - Operating draft (Typical) 14 m - Survival draft 12.5 m - Dedicated pipe storage space 1,195 m2 - Additional deck space 1,525 m2 - Deck load 3,600 t MOORING SYSTEM - Number of anchors/weight: 12 x 25 t - Anchor wire size: 76 mm (3) dia - 12 x 124 t anchor winches - Anchor drum capacity: 3,000 m each winch PROPULSION AND THRUSTERS - 4x37 t Azimuthal Thrusters POWER GENERATION - 6 main generators 20.5 MW total - 1 Emergency generator 800 kW LIFTING FACILITIES - 2 rotating gantry cranes 134 t capacity - Handling davits may also be mounted on the main deck to facilitate above water tie-ins PIPELAYING EQUIPMENT - Bevelling stations - Longitudinal conveyor, gantry transfer conveyors - Double Jointing system with 6 working stations - 3 x 130 t tensioners RE.MAC.UT. - Abandonment and Recovery winch 390 t - Welding stations utilizing a semi automatic system - X-Ray or AUT equipped NDT stations - Field Joint stations - Fixed Ramp, Articulated Ramp, Mini Ramp extension - Piggyback lay welding line facility (Optional) - Dual-lay welding line and ramp (Optional) - Above water tie-in (Optional) CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 342 people HELIDECK - Designed to accommodate helicopters up to and including the Sikorsky S61N type

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CASTORO 7
CLASSIFICATION - RINA C Pipelaying Unit: Unrestricted Navigation

HIGH PRODUCTIVITY SEMISUBMERSIBLE S-LAY BARGE

DIMENSIONS - Displacement: 53,662 t - Length overall 179.5 m - Breadth overall 59.1 m - Depth to main deck 33.2 m - Transit draft 11.5 m - Operating draft (Typical) 20 m - Survival draft 13 m - Dedicated pipe storage space 414 m2 - Additional deck space 450 m2 - Deck load 4,050 t MOORING SYSTEM - Number of anchors/weight: 8 x 22.5 t, 5 x 20 t, 2 x 15 t - Anchor wire size: 76 mm (3) dia - 14 mooring winches - Total hoist capacity: 3,200 t at first layer - Anchor drum capacity: 3,000 m each winch

POWER GENERATION - 8 main generators Wartsila 9L20C3 diesel, AEG 1,500 kW total - 3 auxiliary generators Caterpillar 604 kW - 1 emergency generator caterpillar D399 1,000 kW LIFTING FACILITIES - 4 fully revolving gantry cranes (1x56.75 t @ 12m radius, 3x 64.8 t @ 10.7m radius) for pipe handling and general lifting - Handling davits may also be mounted on the main deck to facilitate above water tie-ins PIPELAYING EQUIPMENT - 4 Bevelling stations - Longitudinal conveyor, gantry transfer conveyors - Double Jointing system - 5 tensioners Western Gear LPT-150 ST 340 t total capacity - Abandonment and Recovery winch

220 t @ 30.5 m/min + 3 x 40 t Boosters, total combined capacity 340t Welding stations utilizing a semi automatic system X-Ray or AUT equipped NDT stations Field Joint stations Piggyback lay welding line facility Above water tie-in (Optional)

CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 401 people HELIDECK - Designed to accommodate helicopters up to and including the Sikorsky S61 Nand S92 type, with dispensation

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SEMAC 1

HIGH PRODUCTIVITY SEMISUBMERSIBLE S-LAY BARGE

CLASSIFICATION - American Bureau of Shipping 100 +A1 DIMENSIONS - Length overall excluding truss 148.5 m - Length overall including truss 188.1 m - Breadth overall 54.9 m - Depth to main deck 27.8 m - Transit draft 7.9 m - Operating draft (Typical) 13.7 m - Survival draft 7.9 m - Dedicated pipe storage space 1,005 m2 - Additional deck space 701 m2 - Deck load 5,700 t MOORING SYSTEM - Number of anchors/weight: 12 x 22 t - Anchor wire size: 76 mm (3) dia - 12 x 136 t anchor winches - Anchor drum capacity: 3,000 m each winch

POWER GENERATION - 6 main generators 13.2 MW total - 1 Emergency generator 600 kW LIFTING FACILITIES - 4 revolving pedestal cranes (1x318 t, 2x37 t, 1x100 t) mounted at each corner of the main deck for pipe handling and general lifting - Handling davits may also be mounted on the main deck to facilitate above water tie-ins PIPELAYING EQUIPMENT - Bevelling stations - Longitudinal conveyor, gantry transfer conveyors - Double Jointing system with 8 working stations - 3 x 130 t tensioners RE.MAC.UT. - Abandonment and Recovery winch 390 t

- Welding stations utilizing a semi automatic system - X-Ray or AUT equipped NDT stations - Field Joint stations - Hinged floating stinger, fixed mini stinger - Piggyback lay welding line facility (Optional) - Dual-lay welding line and ramp (Optional) - Above water tie-in (Optional) CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 358 people HELIDECK - Designed to accommodate helicopters up to and including the Sikorsky S61N type, for a max payload of 12 t

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SAIPEM 3000
SELF PROPELLED HEAVY LIFT DP VESSEL WITH FIELD DEVELOPMENT FEATURES
Classification - ABS A1 - AMS, DPS-3, ACCU, CRC DNV 1A1 DYNPOS AUTRO EO HELDK (ERN 99.99.93) Dimensions - Length overall: 162 m - Breadth: 38 m - Depth to main deck: 9 m - Summer draft: 6.37 m - Gross tonnage: 20,625 t - Displacement: 31,731 t at operating draft 6.3 m Dynamic positioning System - The vessel is classed as NMD dynamic positioning class 3 and is fitted with a Kongsberg Simrad fully redundant SDP 32 DP computer control system with SDP 21 back-up - The following reference systems are installed: 2 differential GPS receivers 2 HiPaP HPR systems with twin APOS consoles - 2 Bandak lightweight Tautwire systems - 2 MDL fanbeam units Propulsion and thrusters - Two forward DP thrusters (1 & 2) Ulstien constant speed, variable pitch propellers rated at 2,684 kW / 3,600 HP / 36.6 t each - Two centre DP thrusters (3 & 4) Ulstien constant speed, variable pitch propellers rated at 2,073 kW / 2,780 HP / 30.0 t each - Two main propulsion & aft DP thrusters (5 & 6) - Lips variable speed, fixed pitch propellers rated at 4,500 kW / 77.5 t each - Thrusters 1 to 4 protrude 2.66 m below the hull but are normally retracted for sea passages - Thrusters 5 to 6 protrude 4.62 m below the hull when in use and during sea passages - All thrusters are retractable - Tunnel Thruster 7 input power 1,230 kW is fitted on - Normal transit speed is 8 knots Power GENERATION - 6.6 kV, 440 V, 60 Hz. Tot. power: 22 MW - 2 x 5,550 kW Caterpillar Mak 12CM32 - 2 x 3,200 kW D/A Mitsubishi MAN - 2 x 2,250 kW Bergen - Emergency Gen. 350 kW / 440 V, 60 Hz Lifting capabilities - Clyde crane - Whip hoist 68 t @ 83 m radius - Auxiliary hoist 544 t @ 42 m radius - Main hoist 2,177 t @ 38 m radius - Hydralift 15 t swl fixed (hydraulic) pedestal crane - 25 m radius CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 211 people Helideck - In accordance with CAP 437. Designed to accommodate helicopters up to and including the EH101 ADDITIONAL features / Equipment - Crawler crane: American Hoist model 9310, 210 t lifting capacity. Maximum boom length 45.75 m - Rema active heave compensated winch of 350 t capacity with 4 cable 3,000 m long for subsea structure deployment

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ULTRA DEEP WATER FIELD DEVELOPMENT SHIP

SAIPEM FDS 2

Classification - ABS +A1, (E), +AMS, +ACCU, +DPS3, Crane Vessel, Pipelayer Vessel, Ice Class D0, PORT, HAB dimensions - Length o.a.: 183.0 m - Length b.p.: 171.0 m - Moulded breadth: 32.2 m - Depth moulded: 14.5 m - Draught design: 9.5 m - Draught operation mode: 8 to 9,5 m - Draught scantling: 9.5 m - Speed: 13 knots DP capability - DP Class 3 / ERN 99.99.97 - ERS 99,99,99 Propulsion AND THRUSTERS - 2 azimuthal thrusters for propulsion & station keeping (5,000 kW each) - 3 retractable azimuthal thrusters (5,500 kW each)

- 2 bow thrusters for station keeping (2,000 kW each) POWER GENERATION - Main power output (100% MCR): 6 x 6,000 kW LIFTING FACILITIES - Main power output (100% MCR): 6 x 6,000 kW - Main crane capacity 1,000 t - 400 m below water line - Auxiliary cranes capacity 2 pipe handling cranes 100 t capacity 2 knuckle boom deep water crane 20 t @ 2,000 m water depth winches - 2 capstan winches: - 1 x 750 t (1,000 t max pay out load) - 1 x 500 t (600 t max pay out load) with heave compensator PIPELAYING EQUIPMENT - Capacity: 2,000 t - Designed to lay quad joints

- Laying quad joint section (52 meter strings) - 1,500 t / 2,000 t capacity - Pipes diameter: from 4 to 36 - Capable of laying large inline items CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 325 people ADDITIONAL FEATURES / EQUIPMENT - Side fairleader on 3 locations (750 t capacity) - Possibility to install an umbilical and flexible laying equipment - Chain laying equipment (mobile) & 8 chains lockers for 2,000 t of chain - Possibility to install a removable carousel on deck - Capability to lay pipes in S mode (option)

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SAIPEM FDS
ULTRA DEEP WATER FIELD DEVELOPMENT SHIP
CLASSIFICATION - DNV 1A1 ICE-C - Pipe Laying Vessel Crane Vessel SF COMF-V (1) HELDK E0 DYNPOS-AUTRO DIMENSIONS - Displacement 26,600 t - Lenght 163 m - Breadth 30 m - Deck capacity 10 t/sq.m - max. load 4,000 t - Ondeck storage - Flexible line, umbilical or coiled tubing 1,500 - Operating draught 7.4 m DP CAPABILITY - ERN numbers 99, 99, 97 - AUTR with 50 t to 90 t bollard pull depending on sea state for pipelaying - AUTR for lifting and diving operations PROPULSION AND THRUSTERS - 2 x azi 2,200 kW - 2 x tun 2,000 kW - 2 x azi 4,400 kW POWER GENERATION - 25 MW (excl. emergency generator) LIFTING FACILITIES - Main crane capacity 600 t @ 28 m radius and 168 m below water line 300 t @ 55 m radius and 410 m below water line - Aux. crane capacity (2x) 30 t @ 38 m, (1x) 15 t @ 16 m with telescopic boom, (1x) 20 t @ 20 m with fixed boom A&R winch - Overall capacity including dynamics: 440 t - Aux. winch: 140 t capacity including dynamics PIPELAYING EQUIPMENT - J-lay tower for ultra deepwater - Laying quad-joints up to 52 m long - Minimum diameter: 4 - Maximum diameter (O.D.): 22 - Max. tensioning capacity: 550 t including dynamics - Additional safety clamp with 750 t holding capacity - Double firing line for quad-joints fabrication - Alignment station for single joints - Alignment station for double joints Tensioners - In J-lay tower, up to 3 x retract. 90 t each: max. pull 270 t - On over-boarding chute, 2 x cassette max. pull 140 t CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 235 people ADDITIONAL FEATURES / EQUIPMENT - Chain hold capacity 1,500 t of chains with (2x) gantry cranes of 32 t capacity each (Options) - Moon pool: 8 x 8 m Inboard horizontal basket storage for flexible lines: 1,600 t

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CASTORO OTTO
Classification - RINA Dimensions - Length (o.a.): 191.4 m - Breadth: 35 m moulded - Depth to main deck: 15 m - Draft: max. 10 m, min. 6.7 m Mooring system - Anchors: AC 14 (20 t) and Delta Flipper (15 t). Cable dia.: 3 - Drum capacity: 2,850 m Propulsion AND THRUSTERS - 2 variable pitch propellers at vessel stern in steerable kort-nozzles and 4,000 HP each to produce a total propulsion power of 8,000 HP

HEAVY LIFT AND S-LAY SHIP SHAPED VESSEL

- 1 bow thruster variable pitch: 1,200 HP - Cruising speed: 8 knots POWER GENERATION - Main engines: 5 x 4,800 HP each - Power generators: 5 x 4,200 kVA each Lifting facilities - The rotating main crane is a Clyde model 76 W mounted on pedestal. The boom extends 90 m (295 ft) from boom hinge and has 3 sets of hooks with the following maximum lifting: main hook (1) overstern: 2,197 t @ 39.6 m rad. (130 ft), fully revolving: 1,812 t @ 33.5 m rad. (110 ft); auxiliary hooks (2): 503 t @ any rad. to 70 m (230 ft); whip hook (1) 100 t @ any rad to 84 m (275 ft)

PipelayING equipment - 5 welding stations (for double jointed pipes) with Passo system 3 x 90 t Remacut tensioners - Western and Gear A/R winch line pull: 135 t - Articulated stinger with the following characteristic: Remacut A/R winch line pull (full drum) 350 t - 1st section - length overall: 51 m (167 ft) - 2nd section - length overall: 42 m (138 ft) CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 356 people Helideck - RINA certified with 12 t deck capacity

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CASTORO II
Classification - RINA Dimensions - Length: 135 m (442.80 ft) - Beam: 32.40 m (105.09 ft) - Depth: 9 m (29.52 ft) - Maximum draft: 4.27 m - Operational draft: 3.47 m Mooring system - 11 anchors, 14 t each - 11 electric winches - Wire diameter: 60 mm - Drum capacity: 2,000 m - Max. pull: 100 t at 20 m/min - Max. speed: 80 m/min at 25 t

HEAVY LIFT AND S-LAY BARGE

- Winch control system: remotely operated from central control tower POWER GENERATION - 8 power generators: 630 kW each Lifting facilities - American Hoist mod. 509 barge mounted revolver crane S/N R 1104 - Boom length: 79,26 m (260 ft) - Main hook - overstern: 997 t @ 21.4 m rad. (70 ft) PipelayING equipment - 5 welding stations; - 1 inspection and control station - 2 field stations (repair, field joint coating)

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2 tensioners, max. tension: 180 t A/R winch: 150 t 6 side davits remotely operated from bridge equipped for constant monitoring of load and wire length on each hook: 66 t each Rigid stinger: 62 m

CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 248 people Helideck - Designed to accommodate helicopters up to and including Sikorsky S-61 N

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CRAWLER
Classification - RINA

S 355
HEAVY LIFT AND S-LAY BARGE
Classification - RINA Dimensions - Length: 108 m - Beam: 30 m - Depth: 7.5 m - Maximum draft: 4.75 m - Light ship draft: 2.62 m Mooring system - 3 double drum winches AMCON 450, maximum pulling capacity: 61 s.t. @ 28/min - 3 single drum winches AMCON 750, maximum pulling capacity: 94 s.t. @ 558/min - 2 capstans winches 77.8 s.t. @ 100 ft/min or 33 s.t. @ 147 ft/min - 1 double drum winch SKAGIT RB ISO, maximum pulling capacity: 90 tons (m) @ 16 m/min Lifting facilities - 1 American Hoist M 40 B crane; length boom: 200+30 +15 (74.67 m); lifting capacity: fixed: 589 t @ 31.32 t (60 ft) - revolving: 498 t @ 31.32 m (60 ft); 530 t @ 87.43 m (90 ft) - 1 American 900 series crawler crane; lifting capacity with 42.7 m boom: 33.5 t @ 9.15 m; 6.75 t @ 30.5 m PipelayING equipment - Capacity: pipelines 3 to 48 (O.D.) - 3 automatic welding stations; - 1 line-up station with CRC transversal conveyors; - 1 x-ray station; 2 coating stations - 2 SAS pipe tensioners CET 55 - 60 s.t. @ 164/min each - 1 abandon and recovery winch 121 s.t. @ 62/min CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 206 people Helideck - Designed to accommodate helicopters up to and including the Sikorsky S-61

HEAVY LIFT AND S-LAY SHIP SHAPED BARGE

Dimensions - Length overall: 150.5 m - Beam: 34.25 m - Depth: 14.22 m - Minimum operational draft: 7.50 m Mooring system - 2 double drum Skagit RB 150 anchor winches with 150 t pull and 4,750 x 2 wire rope spooling capacity - 4 double drum Clyde AD-175 anchor winches with 150 t pull and 4,000 x 2 wire rope spooling capacity 12 x 14 t high holding power anchors Lifting facilities - Clyde model 53 revolving crane with 70 m long boom fully revolving - Main hoist: 546 t @ 23,16 m (76 ft) cadius PipelayING equipment - 5 welding stations - X-ray station - Joint wrapping station - 2 Western Gear pipe tensioners LPT 80 (max. tension: 160,000 pounds in total) - 1 Western Gear abandonment and recovery winch ARW-200, pull: 200,000 pounds at outline speed of 30 ft/min ACCOMMODATION - Air conditioned cabins for 230 people Helideck - Designed to accommodate helicopters up to and including the Bell 412

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CASTORO 10

TRENCH/PIPELAYBARGE

SB 230

WORK/PIPELAYING/ ACCOMMODATION BARGE

Classification - RINA with the following class notation 82960, Non-self-propelled craft Dimensions - Length: 139 m Beam: 30 m Depth: 9 m - Operational draft (typical): 5.20 m Mooring system - Anchors 8 x 7.5 t Delta Flipper. Winches 8 Intercon 74-170 - Max pull (bare drum) 207 t - Wire capacity 1,676 m of (21/4 inch) 57.1 mm Lifting facilities - 2 Manitowoc 4100 W, max capacity 108.7 t and 78.9 t - 6 pipe davits, max. capacity 60 t each PipelayING equipment - Fully enclosed production line for a 60max. pipe diameter - Tensioners two track type @ 90 tonnes - A&R winch minimum 200 t @ 30 m/min - WeldingMechanised semi-automaticGMA - Main line Fully enclosed production line - Line-up system two multi directional rollers - Bevelling facilities two stations @ 44 kW - NDT stations two X-ray weld test stations - Field joint stations marine mastic or foam injection CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 200 people Helideck - Designed to accommodate helicopters up to and including the Sikorsky S-61 TRENCHING / EQUIPMENT - Length: 11.8 m Width: 12 m - Height: 8.5 m Weight: 110 t Max. pipe diameter: 60 - Max. trench depth: 6 m Max. operating depth: 300 m - Jet pumps: 8 Union MQF 9 stage - Output: 2,000 gpm x 2,150 psi

Classification - BV I @ Hull @ Mach + HEL Dimensions - Length: 70 m - Breadth: 22.80 m - Depth: 4.52 m - Operational draft: 2.50 m - Maximum draft: 3.22 m Mooring system - N. 10 Delta Flipper anchors 6 t each; 9 t Stevin and Bruce also available; Cable dia 38 mm (1.5 in) - Drum capacity 850 m (2,800 ft); Winches: 4 double drum winches permanently installed, and possibility to add an additional one; 3 Skagit RB-90-W double drum winches - 1 Amcon 450 winch Lifting facilities - 1 American Hoist 9310 crawler fixed crane - Lifting capacity: 86 t at 8.53 m (101 st at 28 ft) radius Boom length: 45.70 m (150 ft) PipelayING equipment - Fully enclosed production line for a 32 max o.d. CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 120 people Helideck - Designed to accommodate helicopters up to and including the Dolphin 3

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LAUNCHING/CARGO BARGE
Classification - R.I.Na. Dimensions - 190 m x 50 m x 11.4 m Jacket handling system - Skid beams: 2 x 164 m skid beams PTFE lined with paths for jacking units - Rocker arms: 2 x 30.5 m long double hinge type - Allowed hinge reaction: 12,000 t each

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LAUNCHING/CARGO BARGE
Classification - RINA Dimensions - 183 m x 47.24 m x 11.58 m. Deck capacity: 15 t/m2 - Max. loading capacity: 60,760 t - Max. launch weight: 30,000 t Jacket handling system - Skid beams: 2 x 145 m skid beams PTFE lined with paths for jacking units - Rocker arms: 2 x 30 m long double hinge type

S 600

LAUNCHING/CARGO BARGE
Classification - RINA Dimensions - 180 m x 42 m x 11.5 m Free deck area: 6,500 m2 - Deck capacity: 15 t/m2 Jacket weight: up to 20,000 t Jacket handling system - Skid beams: 2 x 164 m skid beams PTFE lined with paths for jacking units - Rocker arms: 2 x 30.5 m long double hinge type

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CASTORO 9
LAUNCHING/CARGO BARGE
Classification - RINA Dimensions - 100 m x 30 m x 7 m - Deadweight: 13,660 t

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CASTORO XI
CLASSIFICATION - RINA DIMENSIONS - 150 m x 40 m x 9 m - Maximum draft: 6.5 m - Free deck area: 5,200 m2 - Cargo deadweight: 29,469 t DECK CAPACITY - Distributed load: 15 t/m2

HEAVY DUTY CARGO BARGE

S 42

CARGO BARGE
CLASSIFICATION - RINA DIMENSIONS - 118 m x 30 m x 8.5 m - Free deck area: 3,450 m2 - Jacket weight: up to 8,000 t

CASTORO 14
CARGO BARGE
CLASSIFICATION - Germanischer Lloyd: 100 A5 barge DIMENSIONS - Hull length: 87.78 m Hull breadth: 30.48 m - Hull depth: 6.71 m - Maximum draft: 5.36 m - Bow and stern slope: 3.5 x 7.6 m - Allowable deck load: 15 t/m2 - Deadweight: 10,000 t

CASTORO 15
CARGO BARGE
Fitted with side pad eyes which allow the lift of the barge for load test of big cranes up to 3,000 t. CLASSIFICATION - American Bureau of Shipping A1 barge unrestricted service - Deck cargo barge DIMENSIONS - 76 m x 24 m x 4.9 m - Deadweight: 6,200 t

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SB 103
Classification - BV I @ Hull

CARGO BARGE

S 43

FLAT DECK CARGO BARGE

Equipped with no. 4 pad eyes - 800 t S.W.L. each for lifting purpose. Classification - ABS +A1 Dimensions - Length overall: 76.20 m - Breadth moulded: 24.38 m - Depth moulded: 4.88 m - Deadweight: 6,200 t - Deck load capacity: 15 t/m2

Dimensions - 60.95 m x 21.34 m x 4.57 m - Deadweight: 3,600 t - Uniform deck strength 2.8 t/m2

S 46
FLAT DECK CARGO BARGE
Classification - ABS +A1 Dimensions - Length overall: 91.46 m - Breadth moulded: 27.44 m - Depth moulded: 6.09 m - Deadweight: 10,000 t - Deck load capacity: 15 t/m2

S 47
FLAT DECK CARGO BARGE
Classification - ABS +A1 Dimensions - Length overall: 91.46 m - Breadth moulded: 27.44 m - Depth moulded: 6.09 m - Deadweight: 10,000 t - Deck load capacity: 15 t/m2

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THE CASPIAN CONSTRUCTION FLEET


THE AWARD TO SAIPEM OF SEVERAL CONTRACTS WITHIN THE GIANT KASHAGAN PROJECT OFFSHORE KAZAKHSTAN HAS REQUIRED THE DEVELOPMENT OF A DEDICATED OFFSHORE FLEET AS WELL AS TECHNOLOGIES/ EQUIPMENT ABLE TO MEET THE SPECIFIC INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE AREA, CHARACTERIZED BY ULTRA SHALLOW WATERS AND FREEZING TEMPERATURES IN THE WINTER SEASON.

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The Kashagan East Field is located offshore in the Kazakhstan sector of the North Caspian Sea, approximately 80 km South of Atyrau. The first phase of the Kashagan East Field development aims to produce oil and gas from a central offshore processing facility (designated as Complex D), with a satellite production block (designated as Complex A) tied back to the main facilities. The offshore facilities include provisions for high-pressure raw gas treatment and injection into the oil reservoir. Oil and non-injected gas will be exported from Complex D to the onshore processing plants via dedicated subsea trunklines. Many vessels were developed and constructed by Saipem for the tasks required by the Pile & Flare contract, the trunklines installation and the hook up. The vessels were in some cases built in the Caspian area, in other cases they were built outside the area, and then transported to and finally assembled in Caspian yards. To this end, Saipem also built a fabrication yard in Kurik, utilised as well for logistic support to the operations. This fleet, thanks to advanced laying and trenching technologies, is capable of operating in low waters, high temperature ranges, harsh and difficult environments. It includes the lifting barge Ersai 1, used for the construction / lifting

tasks, as well as the Castoro 12, the trenching barge Castoro 16 and the Mondine/ Storione equipment, dedicated to the pipeline installation work. Other vessels such as Ersai 2, Ersai 3 and Ersai 4 perform continuous construction activities for the hookup, assisted by the floatel barge Ersai 400 and others. Other minor vessels were engaged during the offshore operations on a hiring base, upon request by the management of the different projects.

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Because of the physical and environmental characteristics of the Caspian Sea, the design and construction of safe vessels and technologies with a low environmental impact became a primary objective for the entire Kazakhstans Kashagan project. Low environmental impact solutions for pipelaying and burying in the presence of ice and very shallow waters have been designed, built, tested and operated. Trunklines have been installed under the seabed by minimizing the amount of excavated soil. Saipem developed not only a dedicated fleet, but also new equipment and tools fitting the needs of the project, such as a system allowing to pull strings of pipes up to 9 km long, to tow them to the laying position while floating, to plunge, to trench and to post-trench them. An additional patented system has been developed to maintain the trajectory of the pipe during launching. In particular, Saipem developed a system of small ultra-light posttrenching and backfilling vessels initially called Mondine (Italian for rice weeders), now TRB Tenders, designed for operations in the transition zone, where no other craft can operate.
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They enable the excavation of a trench of the desired depth and the burying of the pipe at the same time using the excavation material for backfill without contaminating the surrounding environment. The pipes are covered by the excavated soil to protect the pipe from ice, leaving the seabed as flat as possible and minimising the environmental impact. This new system allowed to avoid the dredging of a wide canal to enable the access to standard vessels, which would have required the excavation of huge amounts of soil with serious physical and biological effects, especially on the seabed sediments and on the benthic community.

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CASTORO 12
S-LAY BARGE
Capable to lay up to 28 pipes in very shallow waters with water depth between 1.5 m up to 4 m in the Caspian Sea. CLASSIFICATION - Lloyds Register of Shipping 100AT Pontoon Specified operating area service in the Caspian Sea RMRS (Russian Maritime Register of Shipping) DIMENSIONS - Length overall: 101 m - Beam moulded: 29 m - Depth moulded: 5 m DECK LAY-OUT - 8 point mooring systems with 4 electrical driven mooring units, each with two 25 t independent drums - Pedestal crane, 30 t @ 20 m - Recovery winch - 4 capstans PIPELAYING EQUIPMENT - 2 pipe lowering devices, 18 longitudinal conveyors, - 2 transverse conveyors, 2 line up stations, 9 rollers and track supports, 3 vertical rollers, 1 stinger, 3 welding stations, 1 NDT station, 1 repair station, 1 field joint station CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 150 people - Offices, mess room, TV rooms, heli lounge, galley, infirmary ADDITIONAL FEATURES / EQUIPMENT - 3 containerized diesel generator sets Caterpillar 3508B TA 1,000 kVA (50 Hz) - 1 containerized emergency diesel generator set 3306B TA 150 kVA (50 Hz) HELIDECK - 19.5 m dia. for Super Puma AS332L2

CASTORO 16

PONTOON, FLAT DECK BARGE

CLASSIFICATION - RMRS *KE R2-RSN Flag Kazakhstan Trenching Barge DIMENSIONS - Length: 135.6 m - Breadth: 27 m - Depth: 6.5 m - 10 t/m2 in the middle part and 5 t/m2 in the bow and stern part MONITORING SYSTEM - 2 stations for pipe burial depth monitoring, 2 stations measuring mixture flow rate DGPS for machine positioning POWER GENERATION - 2 main diesel generators 800 kW, 400 V, 50 Hz each LIFTING FACILITIES - Main pedestral crane capacity: 60 ton @ 25 m - Aux pedestral crane capacity: 35 ton @ 15 m CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 108 people - Canteen for 48 seats ADDITIONAL FEATURES / EQUIPMENT - 7 diesel hydraulic power units 850 kW each - 1 electro hydraulic power unit 1,100 kW

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4 POST TRENCHING/ BACKFILLING CRAFTS


CLASSIFICATION - RINA/RMRS Flag Bahamas/Kazakhstan DIMENSIONS - Length: 18 m - Breadth: 8 m - Operational draft: 0.4 m - Operational water depth: 0.7 - 2 m PROPULSION - 2 x 40 kW ELECTRIC POWER - 1 x 20 kW HYDRAULIC POWER - 1 x 370 kW CRANE CAPACITY - 3t STERN GENTRY - 2.5 t CREW FACILITIES - Cabins for 4 people

TRB TENDERS

ERSAI 1

WORKING BARGE

CLASSIFICATION - KE I Technical Pontoon given by RMRS (Russian Maritime Register of Shipping) DIMENSIONS - Length overall: 140.45 m - Width overall: 42.61 m - Depth: 8.4 m - Allowable specific load of the deck area: 10 t/m2 - Allowable specific load on area of crawler crane tracks: 140 t/m2 - Light ship displacement (with minimum liquids): 9,200 t - Mean light draft: 1.65 m - Load line displacement: 33,012 t - Freeboard draft: 5.63 m MOORING SYSTEM - 4 double drum anchor winches 60 t pull capacity with 8 x 2.5 t holding power anchors LIFTING FACILITIES - American Model Demag 12000 - Crawler crane model type: CC12600 - Maximum lifting capacity: 800 t @ 14 m rad. - Main hook height from bottom of crawler pad: 103.47 m - Boom length: 108 m ADDITIONAL FEATURES / EQUIPMENT - Fully redundant AC electric generators: - 2 main diesel generators 405 kW, 400 V, 50 Hz - 1 container harbor generator 85 kW, 400 V, 50 Hz

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ERSAI 2

WORKING BARGE

ERSAI 3

WORKING BARGE

Classification - RMRS KE* pontoon for technological service Dimensions - Length: 59.77 m - Breadth: 16.48 m - Moulded depth: 3.30 m - Draught: 2.59 m - Gross tonnage: 824 t - Net tonnage: 247 t Propellers - Two Jastram RP06 rudder propellers. 1,800 rev/min POWER GENERATION - One 320 kVA main generator and one 100 kVA aux generator Lifting equipment - One Demag Crane TC1000S; max. capacity 200 t Mooring equipment - Four hydraulic winches, 5 t pulling with powerpack in 10 container

Classification - Class: Germanischer Lloyd - 100 A5 K E Special purpose ship RMRS DimensionS - Length overall: 68.27 m - Length between perpendiculars: 63.30 m - Breadth extreme: 12.40 m - Draught: 2.75 m - Height to main deck: 3.75 m - Gross tonnage: 1,992 t - Net tonnage: 598 t - Deadweight: 472 t CREW Facilities - Promenade decks: office space for 52 people, meeting room, library and pantry minibar - Main deck: storage (420 m2) and workshop (200 m2) - People on board: max. 75 - Crew: 6 Lifting equipment - 1 pedestal crane capacity 5 t @ 12 m on exposed deck at stern - 1 overhead crane of 3 t capacity - 1 electrical monorail hoist of 2 t capacity

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ERSAI 4

WORKSHOP STORAGE BARGE

ERSAI 400

ACCOMODATION BARGE

classification - Class: RMRS - Class notation: KE 1 - Berth Connected Barge dimensions - Length o.a.: 95.80 m - Length between pp: 90.00 m - Breadth o.a.: 15.02 m - Design draft: 3.60 m - Gross tonnage: 4,459 t - Net tonnage: 1,337 t lifting equipment - 1 pedestal crane capacity 5 t @ 12 m on exposed deck at stern - 1 overhead crane of 3 t capacity - 1 monorail electrical hoist 3 t capacity Workshop facilities - Drill machine - Lathe machine - Mechanical hacksaw - Grinding machine - Hydraulic press - Roller seating for pipe ADDITIONAL FEATURES / EQUIPMENT - Offices for 100 persons, meeting room, library, minibar - Storage: 1,400 m2 - Max. people on board: 150

Classification - ABS (American Bureau of Shipping). RMRS Dimensions - Hull length: 111.00 m - Hull width: 16.20 m - Depth: 3.75 m - Load line displacement: ~ 3,600 t - Freeboard draught: ~ 2.8 m Mooring system - 1 anchor winch 20 t pull capacity with 2 x 10 t capstans at stern Lifting facilities - 2 x 10 t capacity revolving cranes at side - 1 x 3 t revolving crane at stern CREW FACILITIES - Air conditioned cabins for 396 people - Mess room for 200 persons, 5 offices - Temporary refuge space for full complement, endurance 2 hours Helideck - Aluminium made and suitable for Super Puma AS 332 L2 helicopter ADDITIONAL FEATURES / EQUIPMENT - 3 main diesel generators power: 750 kW, 380 V, 50 Hz each - Fuel oil storage tank: 184 m3 - Lube oil storage tank: 4 m3 - Oil water tank: 8 m3 - Sludge tank: 11 m3 - Fresh water storage tank: 182 m3 - Sewage storage tank: 390 m3 - Reverse osmosis fresh water maker rate 3 x 50 t/day - High fog fire protection system for engine room - The barge is complying with Marpol 73/78 latest edition

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THE SUBSEA CONSTRUCTION FLEET


THE PRESENT AND FUTURE CHALLENGES OF SUBSEA FIELD DEVELOPMENTS IN EVER DEEPER WATERS REQUIRE A GREAT DEAL OF EXPERTISE AS WELL AS SUITABLE ASSETS.

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When Saipem acquired the Sonsub Group (with offices in Australia, Norway, the USA and Scotland) in 1998, it gained access to the world of subsea interventions by securing the equipment (ROV - Remotely Operated Vehicles) and the skills needed to enter the new era of deepwater sites. Sonsub, now integrated in Saipem, owns more than thirty vehicles, most of which are in-house manufactured Innovators. In addition to technical equipment, Saipems ROV operating personnel based in Aberdeen, Houston and Stavanger boast a top-notch reputation in the subsea construction sector. The unit in charge of designing special vehicles and improving existing systems is located in Marghera (Venice, Italy). The huge ROV and Subsea Construction Fleet owned by Saipem is used both as a support to wider scope Saipem projects, as well as for stand alone subsea work contracts (ref. to the dedicated Saipem

brochure on subsea projects). Saipem therefore enjoys a strong position in this market, thanks to its use of highly sophisticated technologies, such as subsea ROVs and speciallyequipped robots capable of carrying out complex deep-water pipeline operations. Vessels such as the Far Samson, Normand Cutter, Bourbon Pearl and Grampian Surveyor - either directly owned by Saipem or through long term lease contracts - are navigating the various oceans and seas engaging in several complex installation activities. Typical subsea works performed both in shallow, normal and deep waters span from umbilical/ cable/ flexible installation to flying leads/ jumpers positioning, from structures and manifold to subsea process units and mooring installations, with significant time spent also for general support provided in DP class 3 mode.
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BAR PROTECTOR
DIVE SUPPORT VESSEL
The Bar Protector is a dive support vessel, with the ability to perform diving, subsea construction and intervention works in the most hostile conditions. Classification - DNV 1A1, SPV, DSV III, DYNPOS AUTR, EO, HELDK, ICE 1A Norwegian Maritime Directorate Letter of Compliance (LoC) - Consequence Class II dynamic positioning system Flag State - Bahamas (Nassau) DIMENSIONS - Lenght Overall 112.0 m - Length nelal 20,5 m - Depth 8.3 m - Draft 6.84 m DP System - DP Class II Helideck - CAA cleared for helicopters up to and including the EC225 (11Te) and S92 (12 Te). D = 22.2 m CREW FACILITIES - Cabins for 108 people - 12 saturation divers Available Deck Space - 800 m2 main deck Crane Capacity - SWL 100 Te main crane - SWL 15 Te auxiliary crane - SWL 5 Te bow crane A-Frame - SWL 160 Te A-frame (optional - currently not fitted) Bollard Pull - 50 Te Diving System - DNV DSVIII classification - 12 man saturation diving system certified to 300 m water depth, including 4 decompression chambers, a 3-man 6.3 m3 bell and hyperbaric lifeboat

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NORMAND CUTTER
OFFSHORE CONSTRUCTION VESSEL
The Normand Cutter is an offshore construction vessel, purpose built to operate in deepwater regions. CLASSIFICATION - DNV 1A1, SF, DYNPOS AUTR, E0, HELDK, DK (+), TMON, CRANE FLAG STATE - Isle of Man (Douglas) DIMENSIONS - Length Overall 127.5 m - Breadth 27.0 m - Depth (to main deck) 12.0 m - Draft 8.4 m DP SYSTEM - DP Class II HELIDECK - DNV certified and UK CAA/BHAB and Luftfartsverket approved with a D value of 19.5 m and is suitable for helicopters up to and including the Super Puma AS 332 L2 CREW FACILITIES - Cabins for 114 people AVAILABLE DECK SPACE - 1,600 m2 main deck CRANE CAPACITY - SWL 300 Te AHC telescopic offshore crane - SWL 25 Te auxiliary offshore crane - SWL 2 Te auxiliary deck crane - SWL 2 Te bow crane A-FRAME - SWL 60 Te stern A-frame BOLLARD PULL - 120 Te @ 75% MCR ROVS - 250 hp heavy work class ROV system in dedicated hangar, with option for two additional systems on main deck MOON POOL - 6.6 m x 5.6 m

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BOURBON PEARL
MULTI-PURPOSE SUPPORT VESSEL
The Bourbon Pearl is a multi-purpose support vessel, with special features for deepwater intervention. CLASSIFICATION - DNV 1A1, SF, COMF-V(3), EO, HELDK-SH, DYNPOS-AUTR, CLEAN, DK(+), HL(2.8) FLAG STATE - Norway (Fosnavag) DIMENSIONS - Length Overall 91.1 m - Breadth 19.0 m - Depth 8.0 m - Draft 6.5 m DP SYSTEM - DP Class II HELIDECK - Approved for helicopters up to and including the Super Puma AS 332 L2. D = 19.5 m CREW FACILITIES - Cabins for 75 people AVAILABLE DECK SPACE - 750 m2 main deck 260 m2 mezzanine deck CRANE CAPACITY - SWL 90 Te AHC main crane (SWL 110 Te if used on double fall mode) BOLLARD PULL - 65 Te ROVS - 250 hp and 150 hp heavy work class ROV systems on dedicated mezzanine deck, with heavy weather launch & recovery system and electric active heave compensated winch

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FAR SAMSON
OFFSHORE CONSTRUCTION VESSEL
The Far Samson is an offshore construction vessel, equipped for plough support and with the ability to handle the most demanding of offshore duties. Classification - 1A1, Tug Supply Vessel Basic, SF, COMF-V(3)C(3), HELDK-SH, CRANE, DELCE, E0, DYNPOS-AUTRO, NAUT OSV(A), CLEAN DESIGN, DK(+), BIS, TMON Flag State - Isle of Man (Douglas) DIMENSIONS - Length Overall 121.5 m - Breadth 26.0 m - Depth (to main deck) 10.5 m - Draft (max operating) 9.5 m DP System - DP Class III Helideck - Approved for helicopters up to and including the Sikorsky S-61 & S-62 CREW FACILITIES - Cabins for 100 people Available Deck Space - 1,450 m2 A-deck - 720 m2 main / winch deck aft - 400 m2 main deck equipment room - 200 m2 ROV hanger Crane Capacity - SWL 250 Te AHC & CT knuckle boom crane - SWL 20 Te AHC & CT knuckle boom crane whipline SWL 20 Te ROV support knuckle boom crane SWL 3 Te deck crane A-Frame - SWL 315 Te AHC & CT stern A-frame Bollard Pull - 350 Te (continuous) ROVs - 250 hp heavy work class ROV system in dedicated hanger, with heavy weather launch & recovery system and electric active heave compensated winch, plus option for 2nd Moon Pool - 7.0 m x 7.0 m Ploughing Equipment - PL3 advanced pipeline plough - BPL3 advanced pipeline backfill plough

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GRAMPIAN SURVEYOR
ROV SUPPORT AND SURVEY VESSEL
The Grampian Surveyor is an ROV support and survey vessel, equipped for construction support and IRM activities. Classification - Lloyds Register X 100A1, X LMC, UMS, DP(AA), PCR (99)(98) Flag STATE - Spain (Santa Cruz de Tenerife) DIMENSIONS - Length Overall 75.0 m - Breadth 16.0 m - Depth (to main deck) 7.0 m - Draft (max) 5.75 m DP System - DP Class II CREW FACILITIES - Cabins for 49 people Available Deck Space - 480 m2 main deck - 130 m2 mezzanine deck - 130 m2 workshop area Crane Capacity - SWL 20 Te main crane - SWL 1.5 Te auxiliary deck crane ROVs - Two work class ROV systems

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MICLYN ENDURANCE
MULTI-PURPOSE SUPPORT VESSEL
The Miclyn Endurance is a multipurpose support vessel, configured for construction support, IRM and intervention work. Classification - ABS A1(E) AMS DP2 Flag State - Singapore (Singapore) DIMENSIONS - Length Overall 70.25 m - Breadth 16.0 m - Depth 6.0 m - Draft 4.5 m DP System - DP Class II CREW FACILITIES - Cabins for 64 people Available Deck Space - 520 m2 main deck Crane Capacity - SWL 20 Te HC main crane - SWL 3 Te deck crane Bollard Pull 65 Te ROVS - Work class ROV system

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