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DSME, Your True Ocean Partner

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DSME, Your True Ocean Partner Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. HEAD OFFICE (Seoul) 85, Da-dong, Jung-Gu, Seoul, Korea Tel : + 82 2 2129 0114 Fax : + 82 2 756 4390 SHIPYARD (Okpo) 1 Ajoo-dong, Geoje-si, Gyeongnam, Korea Tel : + 82 55 735 2114 Fax : + 82 55 681 4030

COMPANY HISTORY

CONTENTS ABOUT DSME 03 04 06 08

COMPANY HISTORY CEO MESSAGE CORE STRATEGIES, CORE VALUES VALUE CHAIN DSME MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

12 HSE 14 QUALITY MANAGEMENT 15 CUSTOMER SERVICE DSME BUSINESS 18 20 22 24 26 28

OFFSHORE OFFSHORE PRODUCTS OFFSHORE R&D COMMERCIAL SHIPS COMMERCIAL SHIP PRODUCTS PASSENGER SHIPS / OFFSHORE SUPPORT VESSEL PRODUCTS 30 NAVAL SHIP PRODUCTS 32 COMMERCIAL SHIPS & NAVAL SHIPS R&D 34 NEW BUSINESS 38 ENGINEERING & PRODUCTION SUPPORTING R&D 40 OKPO YARD LAYOUT 42 GLOBAL DSME

1973 _ Groundbreaking of the Okpo Shipyard 1978 _ Established Daewoo Shipbuilding & Heavy Machinery Co., Ltd(DSHM) 1981 _ Held a topping out ceremony for the completion of the Okpo shipyard 1982 _ Delivered the first chemical carrier ‘Bow Pioneer’ 1983 _ Delivered Korea’s first Drilling Rig ‘Doo Sung’ 1994 _ Merged with Daewoo Heavy Industries Ltd 1995 _ Achieved aggregate export $10bn 1999 _ The Autonomous Underwater Vehicle ‘Okpo 6000’ selected as one of the Korea 100 Technologies in 20C

2000 _ DHI’s Shipbuilding Division became an independent company 2001 _ Awarded the most LNGC orders in the world and acquired OHSAS 18001 Certification for the first time in Korean shipbuilding industry 2002 _ Changed official corporate title to DSME and adopted a set of corporate core values, ‘Trust’ and ‘Passion’ 2003 _ Named the world’s best shipbuilder by Maritime Asia’s Lloyd’s List 2004 _ Deployed the first PI system in the world shipbuilding industry 2005 _ Delivered the world’s first LNG-RV which was selected as one of the Korea’s top 10 new technologies 2006 _ Awarded orders worth over U$10bn

2007 _ Received the Transparent Management Award, the $6billion Export Tower Award at the 44th Trade Day Ceremony, and hit a new record of orders surpassing $20 billion 2008 _ Received Korea IT Innovation Award, and acquired ISO 27001 Certification _ Achieved a safety result of 10million man-hours with IIF in the Qatar LNGC project 2009 _ Received the $10bn Export Tower Award and world’s largest floating dock made its debut at the DSME shipyard 2011 _ Delivered the world’s largest offshore Pazflor FPSO and installed in Angola _ Delivered the world’s largest Ro-Pax of Tunisia Ferries “TANIT’’ 2012 _ Awarded the first export submarine order from SouthEast Country _ Awarded the first LNG-FPSO from Petronas and will be installed in Malaysia _ Completed the construction of Novus II wind power plants installed in Nova Scotia, Canada _ Awarded the most orders of U$14bn in the world and reached the total of U$10bn in offshore plant orders for the first time in the world shipbuilding industry

CEO MESSAGE

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OFFSHORE BUSINESS

COMMERCIAL SHIP BUSINESS

PASSENGER SHIP & NAVAL SHIP BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS

CEO MESSAGE

As we celebrate our 40th anniversary, it is a great pleasure for us to present you with our newest company brochure introducing the strategies and product portfolio of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. Since the establishment of our company in October 1973, we have strived to provide the best services and pursue sustainable growth. With our dedication and strong commitment, we have recorded USD 14.28 billion in new orders in 2012, the largest amount in the shipbuilding industry. We were the only company in the industry to not only achieve but also to exceed annual goals by thirty percent to take the top market position despite the biggest downturn in the market. Compared to the previous year, our sales revenue improved in 2012 to stand at USD 12.56 trillion. Especially, the offshore sector has been at the forefront of our success, crossing the USD 10 billion threshold in newly awarded contracts for the first time in the industry. This is all the more meaningful considering that we achieved this splendid success as the only non-conglomerate firm among our top domestic competitors. As we celebrate our success of 2012, we are once again

reminded we owe this achievement to our deeply committed staff, and, of course, your continuous support. The year 2013 will be a special year in our company’s history as we make our first step towards our new ambitious goal to become a top global EPCIC company. We aim to provide a wider range of products by strengthening our engineering and procurement capability. We believe our efforts will certainly enable us to provide our clients with the best possible services in the industry and let us claim for a more dominant market position. As 2013 marks the first step towards our ambitious goal, I am more than pleased and honored to share the three core strategies that will take us to the next level.

FIRST, ENHANCING OUR EPCIC CAPABILITY.

SECOND, INNOVATING OUR PROCESS TO SHARPEN OUR COMPETITIVE EDGE.

To become a top global EPCIC company, we will accelerate our efforts to strengthen our R&D, engineering, production technology, project management, commissioning, procurement, and other expertise to provide enhanced services. We believe this strategy to be the ultimate mission of our company and will endeavor to reach the best standards. In addition, to attract the most talented engineers in the industry, we are planning to open a new R&D center in the capital area of Korea.

Recently, we have seen the center of our portfolio moving from the commercial ships sector to the offshore sector. As this trend is expected to continue and intensify in the coming years, we see the need to change and improve our working process to be more flexible and responsive. Our efforts to establish the best working process in place and to improve it every now and then will never stop. THIRD, RENEWING OUR COMMITMENT TO OUR CORE VALUES, TRUST AND PASSION. We believe our core values are the most important force to pave our way to reach our vision and to create a great workplace for our staff. A highly respected Chinese philosopher Confucius once said, “We cannot stand without trust.” As predicting the future has become as difficult as ever, we believe a strong corporate culture based on trust and passion will help us stand strong together to navigate through the bleak market conditions and adapt to the rapidly changing business landscape.

Along with our commitment to trust and passion and a great working environment, we promise to put health, safety, and the environment at the center of our operations to comply with the highest HSE standards for sustainable growth and to work towards our zero accidents goal. It has been a mission for Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering to build a better future by tapping into the unknown world of potential in the ocean. We look forward to continuing this journey of exciting challenges and opportunities with you in the future.

President & CEO Jaeho Ko

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CORE STRATEGIES

CORE VALUES

1. EPCIC CAPABILITY

TRUST

This is the ultimate mission of DSME and we will endeavor to strengthen our R&D, engineering, production technology, project management, commissioning, procurement to provide enhanced services.

We intend to gain client confidence by sharing information and through transparent management. Moreover, we aim to win client trust by respecting their rights and values. EPCIC CAPABILITY

TRUST

PASSION PROCESS INNOVATION

PASSION

2. PROCESS INNOVATION

Passion symbolizes the energy that resides in every DSME’s employee. Passion at work can be described as a symbol of one’s conviction to achieve a personal goal in a corporate society.

As the trend of portfolio is moving from commercial ships sector to the offshore sector, we will sharpen our competitive edge to be more flexible and responsive. RENEW OUR CORE VALUES, TRUST AND PASSION

3. RENEW OUR CORE VALUES, TRUST AND PASSION We believe a strong corporate culture based on trust and passion will help us stand strong together to navigate through the bleak market conditions and adapt to the rapidly changing business landscape.

VALUE CHAIN

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WITH OUR VALUE CHAIN, DSME WILL CONTINUE TO FOCUS ON ITS PROVEN CORE EPCIC ABILITY TO ENSURE OUR CLIENT SUCCESS 3. TRANSPORTATION & NAVAL ESCORT CONTAINERSHIP

TRANSPORTATION & NAVAL ESCORT

1. DRILLING & DEVELOPMENT DRILLSHIP

SEMI-RIG

NAVAL SHIP

LNGC

COT

SUBMARINE

RO-PAX

JACK-UP RIG

4. SUPPLY & SERVICE DRILLING & DEVELOPMENT

SUPPLY & SERVICE

LNG RV

FSRU

PIPELAY VESSEL

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2. PRODUCTION & STORAGE FPSO

FIXED PLATFORM

PRODUCTION & STORAGE

NEW BUSINESS

FPU

FLNG

5. NEW BUSINESS WIND POWER

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DSME MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Through trust and passion, and our unique process innovation for marketing, engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning, we continuously endeavor to improve our management system. We believe these efforts are the best way to meet our client requirements, which also provides us with a significant competitive edge, and most importantly client trust.

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HSE

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TO MAINTAIN A WORKPLACE WITH NO ACCIDENTS, NO ILLNESS AND NO POLLUTION THROUGH MANAGEMENT EMPOWERING PEOPLE TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE

MAJOR HSE ACTIVITIES

DSME 12 MAJOR SAFETY RULES Twelve major safety rules have been formed based on the results of risk assessment and analysis of accident statistics. All our employees are required to sign and strictly adhere to the 12 major safety rules to prevent safety-related accidents. [Zero Tolerance] It is a strict system in which the worker is asked to stop working immediately and leave the site when he/she violates any of the 12 major safety rules.

[No safety, no work] It is a system in which workers can reject a work order, if it is in violation of any of the 12 Major Safety Rules be taken.

IIF SAFETY OBSERVATION PROGRAM

SAFETY MILEAGE PROGRAM

“Safety is respect and consideration for your colleagues.”

We have the nation’s largest HSE rewards program with an annual budget of 2 billion won to motivate employees for a no-accident goal and encourage their HSE activities. Organizations who achieve the goal of no-accidents for 100 days and individual safety champions are rewarded.

DSME pursues personal safety through consideration and concern for others. Workers pay attention to the dangerous behavior of their colleagues, praise them for safe behaviors and discourage unsafe behaviors through the safety observation program measures.

HSE FACILITIES

We have detailed systematic HSE programs to create a healthy, safe and injury-free workplace.

SAFETY TRAINING FACILITIES Experience Center and 9 safety training centers provide safety training for over 60,000 people each year. The HSE Experience Center features replicated facilities for major work in the shipyard whereby working at height, in enclosed spaces, gas and electrical materials can be shown to allow people to see the risks associated with those jobs, teaching them the safe ways to carry out work and how to respond to accidents or emergencies.

HSE ENVIRONMENTAL VISION & POLICY

FIRE AND DISASTER PREVENTION FACILITIES We have a Company Fire Squad (2119) in operation 24/7 that is equipped with fire engines, water wagons, ambulances, over 11,000 fire extinguishers and indoor/ outdoor hydrants, and automatic fire detectors and other rescue equipment to ensure a rapid, efficient response to any emergencies.

HEALTH AND MEDICAL FACILITIES We have an in-house clinic for general healthcare services and emergency care for employees with full-time doctors and nurses stationed in the facility. The internal/external health centers provide exercise and physical therapy for patients and fitness programs to improve employee health. Facilities have been created for employees who are diagnosed with musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), Work Related Accident Counseling and Psychological Counseling.

VISION

ENVIRONMENTAL VISION

ENVIRONMENT POLICY

Since the announcement of our “Green Shipyard” in 1996, DSME has put the environment first in its management principles and pursued green and sustainable growth while conserving natural resources. DSME has gained a green competitive edge by minimizing pollution on the production line, running wind power businesses, developing environmentally friendly vessels, and innovating with its CO2 capture technology. DSME strives to realize its vision of being a global environmental leader through implementing a pollution-free workplace, eco-friendly competitiveness, and global green management.

1. Comply with the environmental regulations and minimize pollution and waste - Consistent development of environmental technology to reduce raw material and energy consumption

GREEN GLOBAL LEADER

2. Employees play a role as Green Agents - Provide consistent environmental training and practice eco-friendly activities 3. Environmental accident prevention/ inspection activities - Autonomous prevention and inspection activities for potential environmental pollution causes in the entire production process to look for improvements in environmental management

POLLUTION-FREE WORKPLACE

ECO-FRIENDLY COMPETITIVENESS

GLOBAL GREEN MANAGEMENT

4. Continuous 3R Movement - Reduce, reuse, and recycle for continued environmental improvement

- Eliminate any violation of environmental regulations and accidents - Reinforce environment protection - ISO 14001 Certification

- Reduce greenhouse gas and energy - Lead in resource recycling - Reinforce Green Partnership

- Design, purchase and produce environmental friendly products - Increase wind power and new green energy - Green Management System (GMS)

5. Transparency in dealing with environmental information - Regular public release of information to maintain the transparency in execution of environmental policy

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CUSTOMER SERVICE

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3. Hole Golf Course Admiral Residence Club Garden

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QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Admiral Townhouse

Admiral Hotel

CS Center Shopping Center Foreigner’s Club International Playschool

OKPO Apartment

OKPO International School

QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

A TRULY CUSTOMER-CENTERED QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM We tailor this total quality ethos to the specific and changing needs of our clients, regularly and formally verifying the system to ensure complete customer satisfaction every time. THE BEST IN AFTER-SALES SERVICES

Quality Philosophy

DSME not only provides hotels and apartments for clients to stay, but also provides client offices for more comfortable environment for their DSME provides a variety of convenient facilities business purposes. to enhance the quality of life for its employees and clients visiting or living in Okpo. Geoje Island is the home of DSME and is well known for its mild climate, fresh air, clean beaches and beautiful coastlines

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Sh e m are Trust with Custo

“New Okpo International School” Completed by Dec, 2014

A ZERO-DEFECT PRODUCTION LINE We monitor each stage of the production process and identify where and when to upgrade technology.

“New Residence for Client(194 units)” Completed by NOV 2014

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As the world’s leading shipyard, we willingly create the highest value and share deep trust with our customers.

- Fulfill the promise made to our customers in advance of their requests. - Always bear in mind that each person is responsible for the product and performance quality of DSME. - Strive continuously to improve the quality of products & services. - Always remember that we are producing the world’s best products at the world’s leading shipyard. - Complete our assignments correctly the first time.

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QUALITY PHILOSOPHY

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PRACTICAL MIND OF QUALITY PHILOSOPHY

Other amenities include modern shopping centers and a golf course. Also, clients’ children can attend the Okpo International School, which teaches from kindergarten up to the 9th grade. Moreover, Daewoo General Hospital is located near DSME that is equipped with 17 clinics for employees’ as well as clients’ health and safety.

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DSME BUSINESS We believe that the further refining and integration of the key factors below into our business make us a global leader.

OFFSHORE

- Design flexibility and customization - Enhanced design development focusing on high efficiency and environment-friendly elements - Expert competency of project management - Process innovation - High level of quality DSME pays attention to the voices of clients, respects their values, and believes client success is our success. We pursue the highest level of quality for every product, moreover, we are always willing to go closer and closer to clients as a true partner through our EPCIC capability in offshore, commercial ship, naval ship and energy businesses.

COMMERCIAL SHIPS

NEW BUSINESS

OFFSHORE

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DSME ‘s track records for HSE and Quality are second-to-none and it’s well known for its on-time and budget delivery of the world’s finest FPSOs. DSME advanced first oil of Pazflor FPSO, while at the same time meeting all HSE and Quality metrics for the project.

AS THE WORLD’S PREFERRED GLOBAL EPCIC CONTRACTOR, DSME HAS BEEN PROVIDING TECHNICAL AND COMMERCIAL SOLUTIONS TO OUR VALUABLE CLIENTS FOR A WIDE RANGE OF OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

DSME as an award winning EPCIC contractor is capable of executing engineering and construction for a wide range of offshore products such as Fixed Platforms, TLPs, FPUs and FPSOs as well as drilling rigs such as Drillships, Semi Submersible Rigs and Jack-up Rigs with proven efficient and capable project management and risk management through many large scale projects, new orders continue to increase. DSME has experienced remarkable growth since 2005 with the exception of 2009 and 2010 when the financial crisis hit the global economy. During this recovery period, it expects further expansion in upcoming years.

OFFSHORE - NEW ORDER

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TOTAL PAZFLOR FPSO

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Dimension (m) : 325 (L) X 61 (W) X32 (H) Production Capacity : Oil 232,000 BOPD Gas 4,39 MMSCFPD Storage 2,000,000 BBL Field : Offshore Angola Scope of Work : EPCIC Client : Total E&P Angola (Block 17)

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OFFSHORE PRODUCTS

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1. Tombua-Landana CPT

2. Exxon Kizomba “B” - SWHP

3. Transocean GRS Drillship

4. Petroserv Semi Rig

Production Capacity : Oil 130,000 BOPD Gas 217 MMSCFPD Water 310,000 BWPD Field : Offshore Angola Scope of Work : EPCIC Client : Cabinda Gulf Oil Company Ltd.

Dimension (m) Capacity

Design Dimension (m) Capacity

Design Dimension (m) Scope of Work Client

Field Scope of Work Client

: 92.28(L) X 92.28(W) X 44.96(H) Oil 250,000 BOPD Gas 251 MMSCPD Water 230,000 BWPD Injection Water 420,000 BWPD : Offshore Angola : EPCIC : Esso Exploration Angola

Scope of Work Client

: DSME 12000 : 238M(L) X 42M(W) X 19M(D) : Drilling Depth : 40,000 FEET Water Depth : 12,000 FEET VDL : 23,000 MT : EPCC : Transocean Deepwater Drilling

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GVA 7500 116.6(L) X 96.7(B) EPCC Catariva Marine INC.

Dimension (m) : 365(L) x 60(W) x 33(D) Production Capacity : LNG 1.2 MTPA Field : Offshore Malaysia (180km off the coast of Bintulu, Sarawak) Scope of Work : EPCIC Client : Petronas

3. TRANSOCEAN GRS DRILLSHIP

1. TOMBUA-LANDANA CPT

2. EXXON KIZOMBA “B” - SWHP

5. Petronas FLNG

4. PETROSERV SEMI RIG

5. PETRONAS FLNG

OFFSHORE R&D

DRILLING UNITS

DSME has successfully designed, built, and delivered several drillings, majority of which are drillships and semi-submersible drilling rigs. Based on the experience, DSME has developed its own design.

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FLNG

DRILLSHIP (e-SMART)

DSME FLNG Based on the experiences of developing DSME FLNG model and conducting various Pre-FEED, early EPC and EPCIC contracts, DSME will offer a competitive and comfortable solution to offshore gas field developer.

cozy accommodation, optimized mud/bulk By incorporating feedbacks from drilling contractors, DSME has developed the latest system arrangement, increased deck and drill floor spaces. DSME e-SMART drillship is DSME e-SMART drillship design featuring capable of operating in water of 12,000 feet deep and in drilling depths of 40,000 feet. - eco friendly, - environmentally friendly The DSME e-SMART is suitable for worldwide - energy saving operation. - Safety enhancement - High Variable Deck Load 34,000 tons incl. - Maintenance easy FO 7,300 tons - Advanced operability Two(2) BOP & Maximum 6 X-mas Tree Space - Reliable functionality 20,000psi x 7 Rams or 15,000psi x 8 Rams BOP - Top comfort - Space for five(5) mud pumps(7,500psi) 2 (Two)ROV - 3 (Three) Pipe / DP cable Trunks under main deck for Prevention of Dropped Objects & Good Maintenance Activities

ACTIB Aluminum Cargo Tank Independent type B DSME has developed its own independent LNG Cargo Containment System (CCS) . Mock-up test for BOR will be finished in 2013.

138K LNGC

TWO-ROW LNG CCS

DSME 9000 SEMI-RIG DESIGN DSME has developed its own design of semi-submersible rig which is capable of drilling up to 40,000 feet while operating in dynamic positioning mode in ultradeep waters of up to 10,000 feet.

DSME has developed the two-row LNG Cargo Containment System (CCS) with GTT No.96 membrane for FLNG to minimize the impacts against liquid sloshing and also to strengthen the hull structure for the support of the heavy Topside modules. To validate the two-row

- Variable Deck & Column Payload of 9,000 tons - Two(2) BOP’s & ROV’s - Ergonomics L/Q Design - Designed for Environmental Protection - (CLEAN Design, Zero Discharge, BWTS, Tier 3 etc)

DRILLING / WELL CONTROL SIMULATOR

DME / GTL FPSO

DME/GTL FPSO

DSME Drilling & Well Control Simulator consists of Driller’s Control Chair Simulator, Well Control Simulator, and 3D Virtual Reality System for Semi-submersible Rig. The virtual rig which fully integrated with the simulators provides a realistic experience of drilling system for basic understanding and R&D purpose. - Drilling Operation - Well Control Operation - Dynamic Hull Motion - 3D Virtual Rig - Drilling Procedure

2-ROW FLNG

LNG CCS, the sloshing model tests and the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) have been carried out as a part of international Joint Industry Project (JIP) participating DSME, ABS, BV, DNV, LR, Chevron, Exmar, Knutsen, Human Energy and Excelerate, etc.

Based on GTL(Gas-to-Liquids) / Methanol / DME(Di-Methyl-Ether) conversion and conventional FPSO technologies, DSME offers alternative business solutions to monetize stranded gas reserves.

MAIN PROCESS CONCEPT

NATURAL GAS

REFORMER

SYNTHESIS REACTOR

PURIFICATION

SYNTHETIC FUEL - GTL - DME - METHANOL

COMMERCIAL SHIPS

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DSME continues to lead the world’s shipbuilding industry with expertise in building an LNGC. The membrane type LNGCs built by DSME always ensure a superior performance, high efficiency and excellent steering at lower building and fuel costs.

DSME ENSURES THAT IT REMAINS COMPETITIVE IN THE SHIPBUILDING THROUGH ITS ENDLESS EFFORTS TO INTEGRATE THE WORLD’S LEADING TECHNOLOGIES AND METHODS INTO PROCESSES AND PRODUCTS.

Utilizing 900 ton goliath cranes at No.1 and 2 docks to maximize the design and production efficiency with the world’s four largest floating docks, DSME provides its customers with specialized and top quality vessels such as LNC carriers (including LNG-RV, FSRU), ultra large containerships, ULCC, ULOC, VLGC and car carriers. The company has kept up with the rapidly changing passenger ship market by building high-speed ferries and luxury ocean liners. DSME also provides various supports such as training and materials as well as building and delivering the most advanced submarines, destroyers and auxiliary ships as part of many turnkey projects for the Navy.

OUTSTANDING VESSEL (number of vessels)

* Source : Significant Ships Fair play Marine Log Maritime Reporter

LNG, SONANGOL SAMBIZANGA

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Class Dimension (m) Capacity Main Engine

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ABS 291.0 (L) x 43.4 (B) x 26.5 (D) 160.5K CBM Steam Turbine

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COMMERCIAL SHIP PRODUCTS

2. PC, BNEIDER

1. Containership, AP MOLLER Class : Dimension (m) : Capacity : Main Engine :

ABS 396 (L) X 59 (B) X 30.3 (D) 18,270 TEU B&W 7S80ME-C9

Class Dimension (m) Capacity Main Engine

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DNV 249.9 (L) x 42.0 (B) x 21.5 (D) 110,357 DWT B&W6S60ME-C8

3. Crude Oil Tanker, Sonangol Porto Amboim Class Dimension (m) Capacity Main Engine

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ABS 274.0 (L) x 48.0 (B) x 23.7 (D) 157,500 DWT B&W6S70MC-C8

4. 173.4k LNG RV / FSRU, EXPERIENCE Class Dimension (m) Capacity Main Engine

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BV 294.5 (L) x 46.4 (B) x 26.5 (D) 173,000 CBM Wartsila 12V50DF & Wartsila 6L50DF

4. 173.4K LNG RV / FSRU, EXPERIENCE

1. CONTAINERSHIP, AP MOLLER

2. PC, BNEIDER

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3. CRUDE OIL TANKER, SONANGOL PORTO AMBOIM

6. BULK CARRIER, VALE BRASIL

5. Crude Oil Tanker, Aragona

7. PCTC, TIRRANNA

Class Dimension (m) Capacity Main Engine

Class Dimension (m) Capacity Main Engine

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LR 333.0 (L) x 60.0 (B) x 30.5 (D) 320,000 DWT B&W6S90MC-C

6. Bulk Carrier, Vale Brasil Class Dimension (m) Capacity Main Engine

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DNV 362.0 (L) x 65.0 (B) x 30.4 (D) 400,000 DWT B&W7S80ME-C8

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LR 227.8 (L) x 32.26 (B) x 34.80 (D) 18130 TEU B&W8S60ME-C

5. CRUDE OIL TANKER, ARAGONA

7. PCTC, TIRRANNA

PASSENGER SHIP / OFFSHORE SUPPORT VESSEL PRODUCTS

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PASSENGER SHIPS DSME has built a variety of ferries for international owners, from fast ferries to the highest class luxury semi-cruisers, and earned acclaims for the quality and adaptability of its products. In 2012, DSME delivered ‘Tanit’, the world’s first vessel to fully satisfy the “Safe

1. ROPAX, COTUNAV Tanit Class Dimension (m) Passenger/ Cargo Capacity

Main Engine

1. ROPAX, COTUNAV TANIT

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OFFSHORE SUPPORT VESSELS Return to Port (SRtP)” requirements, to a Tunisian government company (Compagnie Tunisienne de Navigation). The vessel was selected as ‘Significant Ship of 2012’ by Naval Architect and ‘Notable Newbuilding of 2012’ by Fairplay Solutions.

DSME combines its expertise in commercial ship newbuilding and wide knowledge of offshore project integration and management to produce offshore support vessels with efficient performance. It has forged a proven track record of constructing large complex OSVs such as Heavy Lift Construction and S-Lay/J-Lay/Flexible Pipelay Vessels that serve various functions in the offshore energy industry.

3. DCV (DEEPWATER CONSTRUCTION VESSEL), HEEREMA AEGIR

: BV : 210.0 (L) x 30.0 (B) x 10.5 (D) : 3,200 Passengers (653 Cabins) and 285 Crew (161 Cabins) / 1,060 Cars (or 91 Trailers + 339 Cars) : 4 x MAN 12V48/60CR

2. ROPAX, BSF Blue Star Delos Class Dimension (m) Passenger/ Cargo Capacity

Main Engine

: BV : 145.9 (L) x 23.2 (B) x 8.4 (D) : 2,400 Passengers (31 Cabins) and 87 Crew (53 Cabins) / 427 Cars (or 600LM + 146 Cars) : 4 x MAN 16V32/40

3. DCV (Deepwater Construction Vessel), Heerema Aegir Class : LR Dimension (m) : 210.25 (L) x 46.2 (B) x 16.1 (D) Mission Equipment : 3 x 2,400T Reel, 1 x RJ-Laying System, 1 x 4,000T Heavy Lift Crane, , 2 x 40T Knuckle Boom Crane Main Generator : 6 x 7,370kW

4. PLSV, TOP (Technip Odebrecht PLSV) Class : DNV Dimension (m) : 145.99 (L) x 30.0 (B) x 12.7 (D) Mission Equipment : 550T tension capacity Flexible Lay System (Vertical Laying), 8 x 250T Reel, 1 x 250T Knuckle Boom Crane, 1 x 50T Single Jib Crane Main Generator : 4 x 4,000kW, 2 x 3,500kW

2. ROPAX, BSF BLUE STAR DELOS

4. PLSV, TOP (TECHNIP ODEBRECHT PLSV)

NAVAL SHIP PRODUCTS

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DSME is a leading contractor of turn-key naval projects, including state-of-the-art submarines, destroyers, frigates, corvettes and offshore patrol vessels. Beyond delivery, we also provide a variety of support solutions including training and integrated logistic support. 1. DSME 1400 Class, Export Model

Dimension (m) Displacement Speed Range Complement

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1. DSME 1400 CLASS, EXPORT MODEL

61.3 (L) x 6.2 (B) x 11.5 (H) 1,400 tons 21 Knots (Max.) 10,000 NM 33~40 men

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3. LOGISTICS SUPPORT VESSEL

2. Submarine Overhaul and Modernization

4. DW 3000F CLASS FRIGATE 5. DW 4700S CLASS AUXILIARY TOWING

Weapon Control System Sonar Surveillance System(Radar, ESM) Periscope Navigation System Etc.

SALVAGE-II (ATS-II)

3. Logistics Support Vessel

5. Dimension (m) Displacement Speed Propulsion Armament

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200.0 (L) x 25.0 (B) x 14.0 (D) 39,200 tons (at full) 17 Knots (Max.) 2 D/E with twin CPP CIWS, 20mm Gun

4. DW 3000F Class Frigate

Dimension (m) Displacement Speed Propulsion Armament

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2. SUBMARINE OVERHAUL AND MODERNIZATION

120 x 14.0 x 8.0 x 4.3 (m) 3,500 tons (at full) 30 Knots (Max.) CODOG System with twin CPP Combat Management System, 5” Gun, CIWS, ASROC, VLS, SSM, Chaff, TACM, TASS, Sonar

6. DW 10000D DESTROYER, AEGIS CLASS

5. DW 4700S Class Auxiliary Towing Salvage-II (ATS-II) Dimension (m) Displacement Speed Propulsion Major System

: : : : :

107.5 (L) x 16.8 (B) x 8.0 (D) 4,700 tons 21 Knots (Max.) CODAD system with twin CPP Diving System, Towing, Dynamic Positioning System , 4-Point Mooring System , ROV

6. DW 10000D Destroyer, Aegis Class

Dimension (m) Displacement Speed Propulsion Armament

: : : : :

165.8 (L) x 21.0 (B) x 12.8 (D) 10,000 tons 30 Knots (Max.) COGAG System with twin CPP Aegis Combat System,5” Gun, CIWS, RAM, ASROC, VLS for SAM, SSM, Torpedos, Chaff, TACM, TASS, Sonar

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COMMERCIAL SHIPS & NAVAL SHIPS R&D

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NAVAL VESSEL

ENERGY SAVING DEVICES

ENERGY EFFICIENT & ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY SHIP

SURFACE COMBATANT SHIP

DSME has developed and patented energy saving devices that have significantly improved vessel fuel efficiency. Further, it has introduced lineup of energy saving devices such as PSS(Pre-Swirl Stator), DUCT/Ducted PSS and Integrated ESDs (PSS/Duct and Rudder bulb).

DSME’s newly developed Frigate has high availability, well-evaluated stealth capabilities and sophisticated platform design and fancy exterior by combining DSME’s knowledge and experiences.

DSME’s submarine design and construction aims to meet the requirements of various customers. Advanced design technologies include a newly development fuel cell and noise reduction technologies. ME-GI ENGINE - Highest Efficiency - Low Environment Impact - Low Maintenance Cost

HIVAR FUEL GAS SUPPLY SYSTEM - Low Power Consumption - Compact Size & Skid Design - HP Liquid Pumping & Vaporizing - BOG Utilization with Recondenser

OPTIMIZED HULLFORM - Proven/Optimized Hull Form - High Seakeeping Capability

SURVIVABILITY - Stealth - Shock - EMI/EMC

ECO DESIGN - Low emission - Low Fuel Oil Consumption

LOW LIFE CYCLE COSTS - Cost effective ILS Development - Qualified Equipment Supplier Continuous

SUBMARINES

LNG Shuttle

DF/GAS ENGINE GENERATOR - Dual Fuel Combustion - Low Environment Impact

DESIGN FLEXIBILITY - Customized Design - COTS Application

LOW OPERATING COST - Minimize Life Cycle Cost - One-stop Logistic Supply

OFFSET / TRAINING - Technology Transfer - OJT, LBTS - Local Investment

HIGH TECHNOLOGY - DSME AIP System - Li-Po Battery - Advanced Stealth Design

COMBAT POWER - Cutting Edge Surveillance and Command System - Various Effector

ACTIB LNG TANK - IMO Type-B Independent Tank - High Volume Efficiency - Structural Integrity

PASSENGER SHIPS LNG FUELED SHIP

DSME’s LNG fueled large commercial ships such as container ships and oil carriers, the first of these types in the world boasts a 2-stroke dual fuel main engine, HiVAR fuel gas supplies system and prismatic ACTIB independent LNG fuel tank.

DSME’s HiVAR FGS system supply highly pressurized fuel gas to the main engine with outstanding efficiency and reliability. Notably DSME’s LNG fueled ships have granted AIPs (Approval in Principle) from major classification societies.

ICE/ARCTIC LNG CARRIER

DSME L Arctic N LNGC G

CRUISE SHIP With its decades of experience in the passenger ship business, DSME has developed its basic design for various cruise ships in consultation with world renowned expert engineering companies, interior architects, major system suppliers, institutes and a model basin (MARIN).

SAFETY - Safe Return to Port - Evacuation Analysis - Advanced Stability

ECONOLOGY - Optimized Hull Form - HVAC Optimization - Environmental Friendly Design

EASY OPERATION - DSME IP Based Network System (DIPS) - Optimized Passenger & Service Flow

COMFORT DESIGN - Low Noise & Vibration - Flexible Interior & Exterior Design

OSV

DSME ICE/ARCTIC LNG CARRIER

OFFSHORE SUPPORT VESSEL

- Geographic and Meteorological Condition at - Adapted hull shape for ice navigation LNG Terminal Area - Design of Screw Propeller for Large - Design Temperature Ice-going LNG Carrier - Ice Collision / Load & Strength Analysis - Noise & Vibration Analysis - Ice Management and Winterization for cold - Eco design for unchartered market climate trading, low temperature impact on materials, equipment and systems and ship icing.

In pursuit of current trend of deepwater operation, DSME developed a PLSV design with world largest vertical flexlay capacity with enhanced seakeeping capability and improved energy efficiency features with WSD (Wartsila Ship Design Norway AS).

ENERGY SAVING - Optimized Hull Form - Efficient Propulsion System

MISSION EQUIPMENT - Minimized Interference - Ergonomic Design

DYNAMIC POSITIONING - Optimized Thruster Integration - Minimized Downtime Loss

HABITABILITY - High Seakeeping Capability - Comfort Accommodation

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The DeWind D9 series will be available with a rotor diameter of 93 meters, hub height of 80 or 100 meters and nominal output of 2 megawatts. Based on its over 1700MW track record throughout the world, a range of different design concepts will be offered to suit different markets.

DSME WIND POWER BUSINESS

PLANT BUSINESS

DSME HAS BEEN STRONGLY PROMOTING ITS WIND POWER BUSINESS WITH ITS SUBSIDIARIES DEWIND CO. AND DSME TRENTON. IN 2009, DSME ACQUIRED DEWIND INC., AN AMERICAN WIND TURBINE ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY BASED ON GERMAN TECHNOLOGY, AND STARTED INTEGRATING DSME’S WORLD CLASS CAPABILITIES IN THE MARINE SPHERE WITH DEWIND’S TECHNOLOGY AND EXPERIENCE.

DSME HAS BEEN EXPANDING BEYOND THE OCEAN TO OTHER PLANTS THAT SUPPLY ELECTRICITY, WATER, AND RESOURCES RAISING THE STANDARD OF LIFE AND OFFERING CLEAN ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS.

Applying its unparalleled shipbuilding expertise, DSME is prepared to advance into the offshore wind turbine substructure supply sector, thus, making its first firm steps into the offshore wind power market.

Based on our proven offshore integrated technologies, DSME offers various types of modularized barge-mounted and onshore plants such as Gas, Coal and Oil-Fired Power Plants, Power Plants with CCS*, Desalination Plants and Petroleum Refinery Plants. * CCS : Carbon Capture & Storage

WIND TURBINE

(MW)

D9 Series D8 Series

NOVUS WIND FARM, OKLAHOMA, USA, 2012 (D9.2)

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TOTAL

170 130

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2010

2011

Class Capacity Rotor(m) Hub Height(m) Generator 2012

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D9.1 IEC IIIA, IEC S 2.0MW 93 80/100 PMSG

D9.2 IEC IIA, IEC IIIA 2.0MW 93 80/100 Windrive / Synchronous

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BARGE MOUNTED POWER PLANT (BMPP)

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MICROSITING

Based on proven integrated technologies, DSME offers various types of movable power plants constructed by means of prefabrication at a shipyard.

INSTALLATION OPTIONS Floating

SIMULATION & CONTROL

Land Locked

Gravity

OPTIMIZATION IN QUALITY CONTROL - Fast delivery and top quality - Fast installation and supply - Convenient transportation - Minimal land requirements

eOS SCADA SYSTEM eOS SCADA System is realtime monitoring & control and reporting system based on open standards, web services, distributed databases. FEM FOR STRUCTURAL STABILITY

POWER PLANTS WITH CARBON CAPTURE

Static/Fatigue analysis to garrantee the 20 years life time againist to wind load and bad weather condition

As a Company concerned about environment, DSME has been actively following discussions regarding climate change and negative influence of emitted CO2 on such. In order to counter-measure the harmful effects of emissions associated with power plant industry, DSME decided to dedicate its manpower to develop power plants with both carbon capture and reduced emissions of SOx, NOx and other particles. Based on severalyear effort, DSME is now ready to provide client with enhanced coal and gas-fired power plants with CO2 capture. The capture of CO2 from flue gas takes place in pressurized conditions which allows to increase energy

output and carbon capture efficiency as well as to reduce plant’s footprint. Such innovation contributes not only to plant’s reliability but also allows for a lower capital, operating and maintenance cost in comparison with similar technologies. It has been demonstrated that the DSME system captures 90% of CO2 which can be either sold for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) making economics of the plant comparable to those of conventional power plants, or stored in underground formations. To ensure technical reliability of the power plant, DSME has built alliances with best-inclass industrial giants in Europe and USA.

ENGINEERING & PRODUCTION SUPPORTING R&D

GLOBAL ENGINEERING NETWORK

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DSME R&D INSTITUTE (SEOUL) BASIC DESIGN TEAM (SEOUL)

DSEC (BUSAN) DESIGN & ENGINEERING DIVISION (GEOJE)

DESIGN CLUSTER (BUSAN)

DOEC (HOUSTON) DECI (JAKARTA)

ENGINEERING NETWORK

Global R&D Center in Seoul to be completed by 2015

We are expanding our engineering capacity and capability by establishing Global R&D Center in Seoul to have current Basic Design Team and DSME R&D Institute, PT DSME Indonesia in Jakarta, and DSME Offshore Engineering Co. in Houston. In order to provide - Total engineering solutions ranging from FEED to production design - Localized engineering services

SUB-ASSEMBLY WELDING ROBOT

PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT

DSME is implementing an Intelligent Welding Robot system to its production system for its component assembly shop. Equipped with a camera, the robot automatically recognizes a welding seam and an offline program generates a job program after comparing vision data with the CAD data.

ENHANCEMENT OF WORKING TOOLS AND ENVIRONMENTS Safer electric grinder & cooler air jackets & cleaner workspace.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OWNER/CLASS

SUBSIDIARY

DACOS DSME Advanced Cad System for Okpo Shipyard

SUBCONTRACTOR

DSME

DACOS

MAKER

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

CAD/CAE DESIGN

DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT

COLLABORATION

INTEGRATED ERP

DACOS is a total worldwide information system to support the engineering, procurement, construction and after service for DSME’s products. All information created during the life cycle of product is systematically managed as is partner information from DSME affiliates and equipment makers, regardless of the time and place through DSME’s DACOS.

DMU DSME has developed its DMU(Digital Mock-Up) system for Submarines with a 3D Virtual Reality & Simulation technic. Based on DMU environment, the detail and production engineering can be readily verified with simulation results. Feedback is available on real time basis.

IMACS

INCREMENTAL ROLL FORMING SYSTEM

The integrated Measurement & Accuracy Control System provides computer aideddesign manufacturing & measurement integration to diagnose, analyze, predict and verify the process for accurate control of products.

This Machine helps a novice worker to make doubly curved plates for ship hull. Most importantly, it doesn’t emit any heat and noise.

OKPO YARD LAYOUT

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Dry Dock Capa. : Max. DWT Floating Dock Capa. : Lifting Capacity

YARD SIZE

4,900,000 m2 TOTAL AREA

Covered Shop : 560,000 m2 Open Working Area : 1,470,600 m2 Total Outfitting Quay : 8,746.7 m

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8

5

3

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DRY DOCKS

Drydock 1

RD-3

Launching Barge

Drydock 2

RD-4

Floating Crane

Heavy Zone

RD-5

FLOATING DOCKS

HEAVY ZONE

No.1

No. 2

Capacity (ton)

1,000,000

630,000

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Length(m)

529

539

320

Width(m)

131

81

80

205

Depth(m)

14.5

14.5

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Crane

G1 x 900 tons J1 x 200 tons J4 x 50 tons T1 x 60 tons

G1 x 900 tons J4 x 60 tons T1 x 70 tons

G1

G2

G1 x 900 tons

RD-3

RD-4

RD-5

L/B

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80,000

120,000

150,000

26,000

313.5

336

408

408

221.5

59.2

66.6

68.2

47.9

21.0

23.5

25.3

20.5

G1 x 900 tons

J 2 x 35 tons

J 2 x 50 tons

J2 X 50 tons

Quay Crane

FLOATING CRANE

2 x 3,600 ton

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DSME Investment Assets Joint Venture DSME Affiliates

ZVEZDA-DSME Shipyard Commercial ships Offshore Products and Naval Ships

Kazakhstan Zhambyl Investment in oil & gas fields

Nigeria NIDAS Shipping JV Nigeria Investment in oil & gas fields PAENAL Yard (Porto Amboim Estaleiros Navais, Lda) Offshore Products

Indonesia Cepu Investment in oil & gas fields

DSME Oman

DECI DSME Engineering Center Indonesia

DSSC (DSME Shandong Co., Ltd.) DSEC (DSEC Co., Ltd.) WELLIV (WELLIV Corp.) SHINHAN MACHINERY CO., LTD.

FUTURE LEADERSHIP CENTER CO., LTD. SAMWOO HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO.,LTD. DSC (DSME Construction Co., Ltd.) DSME SMC

DMHI (Daewoo-Mangalia Heavy Industries) DSTN (DSME Trenton Ltd.)

DSME OMAN

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KOREA OFFICES

DSME

AFFILIATES

HEAD OFFICE (SEOUL) 85, Da-dong, Jung-Gu, Seoul, Korea Tel : + 82 2 2129 0114 Fax : + 82 2 756 4390

DEWIND CO (WWW.DEWINDCO.COM) 3 Park Plaza, Suite 1920, Irvine, CA 92614, USA Tel : + 1 949 250 9491 Fax : + 1 949 250 9492

SHIPYARD (OKPO) 1 Ajoo-dong, Geoje-si, Gyeongnam, Korea Tel : + 82 55 735 2114 Fax : + 82 55 681 4030

WELLIV (WELLIV CORP.) 1670, Okpo-1Dong, Geoje-Si, Gyeongnam, Korea Tel : + 82 55 689 0100 Fax : + 82 55 687 8023

BRANCH OFFICE

LONDON Unit C402, Westfield London Shopping Centre, Ariel Way, London W12 7FD Tel : +44 20 3249 1150 Fax : +44 20 3249 1151 OSLO Vollsveien 13 C, P.O.BOX 67, N-1324 Lysaker, Norway Tel : +47 67 83 2440 (Rep: 2441) Fax : +47 6783 2450 GREECE 1, Possidonos Ave., 174 55 Alimos, Greece Tel : +30 210 422 6787 Fax : +30 210 422 6788

SINGAPORE / PERTH #14-01 Suntec City Tower 1, 7 Temasek boulevard, Singapore 038987 DSME PERTH OFFICE Level 28, AMP Building 140 St. George Terrace Perth WA 6000, Australia Tel : +65 6336 0930(Rep : 0940) Fax : +65 6336 2484 (Singapore) SHANGHAI Rm #1111 Unit B, Far East International Building, No.317 Xianxia Road Shanghai 200051, China Tel : +86 21 6235 1123 Fax : +86 21 6235 1050

DSTN (DSME TRENTON LTD.) (WWW.DSMETRENTON.COM) 34 Power Plant Road P.O.Box 220 Trenton NS BOK 1XO Tel : + 1 902 753 7777 Fax : + 1 902 753 7700

SHINHAN MACHINERY CO., LTD. (WWW.SHINERPIA.COM) #117, Woobong-Ri, Onsan-Eup, Ulju-Gun, Ulsan, Korea Tel : + 82 52 240 5000 Fax : + 82 52 240 5041

HOUSTON 950 Threadneedle, Suite 270 Houston, TX 77079, USA Tel : +1 281 679 1351 Fax : +1 281 679 1328

BRAZIL Av.Paisagista José Silva de Azevedo Neto, nº 200 –Bloco 4 – Sala 402, O2 Corporate & Offices, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.Cep: 22775056 Brasil Tel: +55 21 3736 7171 Fax : +55 21 3736 7170

DEWIND CO (WWW.DEWINDCO.COM) Seelandstra ße 1, D - 23569, Lubeck, Germany Tel : + 49 451 3073 108 Fax : + 49 451 3073 203

FUTURE LEADERSHIP CENTER CO., LTD. 633-4, Goan-ri, Baegam-myeon, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea Tel : + 82 31 329 0705 Fax : + 82 31 329 0744

TOKYO 15F. Shiroyama Trust Tower 3-1, Toranomon 4-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-6015, Japan Tel: +81 3 5472 1581 Fax: +81 3 5472 1582

KUALA LUMPUR Suite 28.04, Level 28, Menara Citibank, 165 Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur Tel: +60 3 2161 0402 Fax : +60 3 2181 3410

DMHI (DAEWOO-MANGALIA HEAVY INDUSTRIES) (WWW.DMHI.CT.RO) 1, Portului Street 905500, Mangalia, Romania Tel : + 40 241 70 62 00 Fax : + 40 241 75 60 60

SAMWOO HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD. (WWW.SW-HI.COM) #1 Block #1 Local Industry Complex Yulchon Sepung-ri, Gwangyang-eup, Gwangyang-city, Jeollanam-do, Korea Tel:+ 82 61 780 3000 Fax: + 82 61 780 3600

DUBAI Office #1010, Grosvenor House Commercial Tower, Sheikh Zayed Rd, P.O. Box 191121, Dubai, UAE. Tel : +971 4329 8110 Fax: +971 4329 8112

JAKARTA Tempo Scan Tower 31st Floor, Jln. HR. Rasuna Said Kav 3-4 Jakarta Selatan Tel : +21 5290 5140,5142 Fax : +21 5290 5141

DSSC (DSME SHANDONG CO., LTD.) 264006, Bajiao Town, Yantai Economic&Technical Development Zone, Shandong Prov.,D.R.China Tel : + 86 535 308 2408 Fax : + 86 535 308 1009 DSEC (DSEC CO., LTD.) (WWW.IDSEC.CO.KR) #74-1, 4-Ga, Jungang-Dong , Jung-Gu, Busan, Korea 600-816 Tel : + 82 51 660 2114 Fax : + 82 51 660 2199

DSC (DSME CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD.) (WWW.DSMEC.COM) 221-17, Nonhyun-Dong, Kangnam-Ku, Seoul, 135-010, Korea Tel : + 82 2 750 8000 Fax : + 82 2 750 8002 DSME SMC 796-1 Oeip-ri, Hwangsan-myeon, Haenam-gun, Jeollanam-do, 536-863, Korea Tel : + 82 61 533 1367 Fax : + 82 61 533 1368 DECI (DSME ENGINEERING CENTER INDONESIA) Tempo Scan Tower, 30th /31st Floor, Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav. 3-4, Jakarta Selatan, Jakarta, Indonesia 12950s

LUANDA Rua Rainha Ginga, n.º 187, Edifício Rainha Ginga, Piso Intermédio, Luanda, Angola Tel: +244 222 39 39 49 Fax: +244 222 39 39 49

ECUADOR AV. 12 DE Octubre N24-379 y Av. Colon Edificio Torre Boreal Piso 7, Oficina 701 quito, ECUADOR Tel : +593 2 382 6720