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Addendum 2 to AnnexTo the MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT Between the UNITED STATES COAST GUARD and DET NORSKE VERITAS GOVERNING PARTICIPATION IN THE ALTERNATE COMPLIANCE PROGRAM AND THE DELEGATION OF CERTAIN SURVEY AND CERTIFICATION SERVICES FOR UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FLAGGED MOBILE OFFSHORE DRILLING UNITS

Supplement To DNV RULES AND IMO MODU CODE, Consolidated Edition FOR PARTICIPATION IN THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD ALTERNATIVE COMPLIANCE PROGRAM

USCG Approval letter April 26, 2006

Revision DRAFT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Date May 2000 September 2000 25th September 2003 3rd June 2005 26th October 2005 10th January 2006 6th February 2006 14th March 2006 13th April 2006

Comments For comment Issued for use Updated with cross-reference to Offshore Service Specifications Updated to current editions of Offshore Service Specifications Updated based on USCG comments Updated based on further USCG comments Updated based on further USCG comments Updated based on further USCG comments Updated based on further USCG comments

Supplement to DNV Rules and IMO MODU Code, Consolidated Edition for participation in ACP Preamble

DNV OBJECTIVE, VISION, VALUES ..................................................................................................................................... 4 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CERTIFICATION.................................................................................................... 5 DNV TECHNOLOGY SERVICES ISO 9001: 2000 CERTIFICATE ..................................................................................... 6 IACS QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY.......................................................................................... 7 ABBREVIATED TERMS/DEFINITIONS ................................................................................................................................ 8 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................................ 9 EQUIPMENT APPROVALS .................................................................................................................................................... 10 PROCEDURE FOR ENROLLMENT AND PARTICIPATION IN ACP ............................................................................ 12 New Construction .................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Existing Vessels ....................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Hand Over Surveys .................................................................................................................................................................. 13 Re-Flagging ............................................................................................................................................................................. 13 Certificate Of Inspection.......................................................................................................................................................... 13 Procedure if the MODU Is Damaged ...................................................................................................................................... 13 Procedure for Handling Form CG-835 ................................................................................................................................... 13 Conditions of Class / Conditions of Administration ................................................................................................................ 14 No Sail Items / Conditions of Class, Administration................................................................................................................ 14 Drydocking Extensions ............................................................................................................................................................ 15 OVERSIGHT.............................................................................................................................................................................. 15 SECTION I: SUPPLEMENTAL REQUIREMENTS TO DNV RULES AND IMO MODU CODE ................................ 17 SECTION II: SUPPLEMENTAL REQUIREMENTS NOT ADDRESSED BY DNV RULES OR IMO MODU CODE 72

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DNV OBJECTIVE, VISION, VALUES

ObjectiveTo safeguard life, property and the environment

VisionTo be the leading independent, international provider of services for managing risk. The name of DNV will evoke an image of safety, quality and concern for the environment.This means that: - we set the agenda on safety, quality and environmental issues, - customers, authorities and the public trust and accept our services, - our services create business advantages for our customers, - our technology is state of the art, - we are leaders in our areas of competence, - we provide uniform services world-wide, - our independence is sustained by integrity and impartiality and by our financial solidity.

ValuesCustomersWe: focus on our customers' needs, expectations and opinions, understand their business and treat them as important partners, share experience with our customers while maintaining customer confidentiality, and involve them in developing our services, document agreements with our customers and deliver services in accordance with these agreements use standard service specifications to ensure uniform services.

Safety, health & the environmentWe: maintain the highest standards for health and safety, demonstrate our safety and environmental commitment through our services and operations give preference to suppliers with safe and environmentally friendly products and services.

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LeadershipWe believe in customer focus, process orientation, continuous improvement and people empowerment. We: achieve results through teamwork and cooperation, demonstrate commitment, desired attitudes and behaviour through the example of our own actions, share a common vision, values and goals, maintain a management system satisfying applicable international and national standards.

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PeopleWe believe in the potential of people and in systematic training and education. Challenging and satisfying tasks and equal opportunities are available to all.

CommunicationWe have open, active and honest communication with customers, colleagues and the public.

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Laws and regulationsWe comply with laws and regulations in all our operations.

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QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CERTIFICATION DNV Technology Services Global Quality Management System is certified by an independent body (TNO) to ISO 9001:2000. The Global Quality Management System for Classification activities is also certified to IACS standards. Copies of the certification are reproduced overleaf.

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DNV TECHNOLOGY SERVICES ISO 9001: 2000 CERTIFICATE

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IACS QUALITY SYSTEM CERTIFICATE OF CONFORMITY

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ABBREVIATED TERMS/DEFINITIONS

IACS DNV USCG ACP COI CFR MODU MOU DNV Rules

OCMI UWILD MODU Code ANSI ASME MSS SP-45 MSS SP-25 MODU Code

International Association of Classification Societies Det Norske Veritas United States Coast Guard Alternative Compliance Program Certificate of Inspection Code of Federal Regulations Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit Mobile Offshore Unit DNV Offshore Service Specification DNV-OSS-101 Rules for Classification of Offshore Drilling and Support Units October 2003 and Offshore Standards and Recommended Practices specifically related to MODUs (refer to OSS-101 Chapter 1 Section 1 C200). There are also references where applicable to DNV Rules for Classification of Ships 2005 and DNV Rules for Certification of Lifting Appliances 1994. Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection Under Water Inspection in Lieu of Drydocking IMO MODU Code, Consolidated Edition American National Standards Institution American Society of Mechanical Engineers Manufacturers Standardization Society standard on Bypass & Drain Connections. Manufacturers Standardization Society standard on Marking System for Valves, Fittings, Flanges and Unions Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units, 1989, A.649 (16), including all amendments.

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INTRODUCTION A requirement placed on a Classification society that seeks authorization to participate in the Alternative Compliance Program (ACP) is to produce, and have approved by the United States Coast Guard (USCG), a U.S. Supplement to the Classification Society rules and recognized International Codes/Standards. The Supplement is to include all regulations applicable for the issuance of a USCG Certification of In