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  • 05/2012

    HATCH

    ECRI Presentation June 2012

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    05/2012

    HATCH ECRI PRESENTATION – JUNE 2012

    Contents

    • An overview of HATCH – Principles, Global Operations, Industry

    Sectors, BU’s, Clients, Projects and Awards

    • Overview of Risk Management in HATCH – Why it is important,

    Capital-Risk Relationship, Policy, System, PLP and FEL and Risk

    Reviews, QRA and Value and Decision Analysis.

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    ABOUT HATCH

    Founded in the mid 50’s by Dr Gerald Hatch who was also the first President, Hatch has

    built a reputation for delivering strong and differentiated engineering and project skills

    in the global engineering and construction market.

    • Employee-owned

    • Serving mining & metals, energy and infrastructure for more than 80

    years

    • Projects in more than 150 countries

    • More than 11,000 professionals worldwide

    • More than US$35 billion of projects under management

    • EPCM, integrated teams, project and construction management

    • Consulting – process, technologies and business

    • In-plant engineering services for operations

  • OUR BAND OF PRINCIPLES

    Four key commitments we make to our clients and ourselves, when combined

    make Hatch unique in our industry – we call this our Band of Principles.

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    SAFETY QUALITY SUSTAINABILITY INNOVATION

    Currently stands at 0.07 lost

    time injuries (LTI’S) for every

    200,000 manhours of project

    work completed.

    Our team working on

    Barrick’s Pueblo Viejo

    pressure leach gold plant in

    the Dominican Republic

    surpasses 2 million man-

    hours without an LTI in 2011.

    Our commitment to quality

    was recognised by our

    clients and our industry at

    award ceremonies around

    the world throughout 2011.

    Examples include Project of

    the Year and Project

    Management excellence

    awards for major coal port

    developments at Abbott

    Point and Newcastle

    Projects are now often

    located near sensitive

    environments and can have

    significant social impact on

    communities.

    Our current EIA for SMM

    Solomon Ltd to develop a

    Solomon Islands nickel mine

    requires particular attention

    to conservation areas, local

    communities and the cultural

    heritage of the region.

    We look to our clients and

    their needs to drive our own

    innovation processes.

    Hatch in partnership with

    Suncor Energy, Enerbridge

    and Nenniger Inc are

    developing a pilot plant to

    demonstrate BEST –

    bitumen extraction solvent

    technology. It will produce

    85% less greenhouse gases

    than SAGD processes.

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    THE HATCH ADVANTAGE

    By working closely with our clients throughout the project development lifecycle

    we are acutely aware of the key success factors and the need to execute well as a

    team.

    work safely

    work in teams

    fight for lower costs and better quality

    plan carefully for fast startups

    design and build for smooth, reliable

    performance

    We

  • GLOBAL OPERATIONS

    Hatch has grown steadily to increase our global operations in alignment with our

    client’s needs and global growth.

    11,000 staff – May 2012 CANADA

    St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador

    Sorel-Tracy, Québec

    Sudbury, Ontario

    Toronto, Ontario

    Vancouver, British Columbia

    Winnipeg, Manitoba

    New York, New York

    Pensacola, Florida

    Phoenix, Arizona

    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    Sacramento, California

    San Diego, California

    San Francisco, California

    Seattle, Washington

    Tampa, Florida Antofagasta, Chile

    Belo Horizonte, Brazil

    Lima, Peru

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Santiago, Chile

    São Luís, Brazil

    São Paulo, Brazil

    Newcastle

    Perth

    Townsville

    Wollongong

    Adelaide

    Brisbane

    Gladstone

    Mackay

    Melbourne

    AUSTRALIA

    MIDDLE EAST

    SOUTH

    AMERICA SOUTH AFRICA

    Amherst, New York

    Baltimore, Maryland

    Boston, Massachusetts

    Buffalo, New York

    Cleveland, Ohio

    Denver, Colorado

    Houston, Texas

    Millburn, New Jersey

    Calgary, Alberta

    Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Mississauga, Canada

    Montréal, Québec

    Niagara Falls, Ontario

    Oakville, Ontario

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

    CHINA

    NEW CALEDONIA

    Johannesburg

    Pretoria

    Cape Town

    London, England

    Moscow, Russia

    St. Petersburg, Russia

    EUROPE

    INDIA New Delhi

    Beijing

    Shenyang

    Shanghai

    USA

    Abu Dhabi, UAE

    Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia

    Sohar, Oman

    Nouméa

    INDONESIA Jakarta

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    OUR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

    Through initial consulting to management assignments to assist client senior management

    teams, Hatch now provides a full suite of services covering Project Delivery, Consulting

    and Operational Services.

    Project Delivery Engineering

    Project management

    Procurement

    Construction management

    Consulting Management consulting

    Technologies

    Environmental

    Systems & Process Control

    Operational Services In-plant engineering services for operations

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    HATCH SERVICES AND SECTORS

    Hatch Capital Projects and Execution, Consulting and Operational Services are provided to

    our clients in the Metals, Infrastructure and Energy industry sectors.

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    THERMAL

    COAL

    WATER

    INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES

    PORTS AND MARINE TERMINALS

    RAIL & TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

    OUR BUSINESS UNITS

    Our Business Units are structured to provide global services to the key markets within each

    of the metals, energy and infrastructure industry sectors.

    NUCLEAR

    NON-FERROUS

    LIGHT METALS

    MINING & MINERAL PROCESSING

    INDUSTRIAL MINERALS

    IRON & STEEL RENEWABLE POWER

    TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION

    OIL & GAS

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    MAJOR CLIENT PROJECTS

    Hatch is currently managing over US$35b worth of projects around the world for our clients.

    We foster long standing relationships and Anglo recently selected Hatch to deliver EPCM

    services for over 20 of their major projects over the next 7 years – totaling about US$17b in

    capital expenditure.

    Client Project Location

    Estimated

    Capital Cost

    (US millions)

    Chevron/Exxon/Shell Gorgon LNG Facility Australia 43,000

    Transnet Port and Rail Infrastructure South Africa 12,000

    Anglo American Anglo Coal Program Australia 12,000

    Santa Clara Valley Bay Area Rapid Transit Program USA 9,100

    Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation Mary River Iron Ore Project Canada 4,000

    Bruce Power Bruce A Nuclear Units 1&2 Restart Canada 4,000

    Xstrata Koniambo Ferronickel Project New Caledonia 3,800

    Alcoa/BHP Billiton/ Rio Tinto Alcan Alumar Refinery Brazil 3,000

    Qinghai Salt Lake Industry QSLIC Industrial Complex China 3,000

    Peter Kiewit Sons Co and Flatiron

    Constructors Port Mann/Highway 1 Project Canada 2,460

    Vale Onça Puma Nickel Brazil 2,300

    Codelco Mina Ministro Hales Project Chile 2,000

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    MAJOR CLIENT PROJECTS (CONTINUED)

    Hatch is also delivering capital coal port project programmes for NCIG, Rio Tinto

    and Dalrymple Bay with capital expenditure of about US$10B.

    Client Project Location

    Estimated

    Capital Cost

    (US millions)

    Ontario Power Generation Niagara Tunnel Canada 1,600

    Greater Toronto Airports Authority Pearson Terminal Redevelopment Canada 1,500

    Babcock & Brown Infrastructure Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal Australia 1,300

    Wuskwatim Power Partnership Wuskwatim Generation Station Canada 1,300

    Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group NCIG Coal Export Terminal Australia 1,100

    Rio Tinto (QMM) Madagascar Minerals Madagascar 940

    Xstrata Nickel Rim South Canada 900

    Rio Tinto Alcan Jonquière Smelter Canada 900

    Bruce Power Bruce A Units 3 & 4 Restart Canada 650

    Barrick Gold Pueblo Viejo Autoclave Dominican Republic 650

    Codelco Chuquicamata Mine Project Chile 83

  • METALS CLIENTS

    Our key clients are leading companies in their industry and market sectors with needs to

    develop some of the most challenging and complex projects