North East England Supply Chain Estimated 700

Report
Presentation by
Neil Kirkbride, Chairman of NOF Energy
MD, Bel Valves
• The Market Opportunities
• The Capabilities of the North East of England
• The Challenge for the Regional Supply Chain
• The Opportunities for the Regional Supply Chain
• Example Opportunities
• How NOF Energy Can Help
The Market Opportunities
UK Market Data
Total spend in North Sea
£12.4 billion in 2007
Total employment
480,000 people
Export sales
Approximately 27% supply chain sales go to overseas markets
£4 billion worth of activity
“In Addition to the North Sea the Export Market
Provides Massive Opportunities for our Region”
North East England
Supply Chain
Estimated 700 plus suppliers in the oil and gas sector
Over 70% of North Sea platforms built in the region!
Key strengths
 Subsea
 Engineering design
 Heavy fabrication and construction
 Project management
 Pipeline engineering
 R&D
 Education and training
 Process and refining
Subsea Activity
North East England
Companies
50
Employees
5000
Turnover
Approximately £1billion
Over 60% export related
“North East England is a centre of excellence for
subsea with vast international experience”
The Challenge for the
Region
The North Sea does not provide the levels
of activity that it used to
The North Sea activity is predominantly
centred in Aberdeen with less spend
occurring in our region
The Opportunity for the
Region
London, Aberdeen and some key cities in
neighbouring countries, provide the North
East of England supply chain with a
gateway to international business
Oil & Gas UK members are a significant
part of this gateway
UK Gateway Examples
• Subsea 7:
Global Headquarters Aberdeen
• Technip :
North Sea and Canada projects run from
Aberdeen
• PSN:
Global Headquarters Aberdeen
• KBR :
Procurement for selected international projects
done from Leatherhead. Primarily for Europe,
Middle East, Africa and Soviet Union.
• Petrofac (E&C): Procurement for selected international projects
done from Woking plus project management
BEL Valves – Opportunities
In the Supply Chain
• The BEL Valves markets have changed
significantly over the past 10 -15 years
• We were predominantly a UK and Norway
platform valve supplier
• With the growth of the domestic subsea
market we developed our technology to
become a significant player in this market too
• This investment in trading relationships, products and
technology has provided the platform for us to grow
internationally while we continue to remain fully
engaged with the North Sea activity albeit at reduced
levels
BEL Valves Recent Examples
Kizomba C –
ExxonMobil
Angola
Via
Vetco Oslo
BEL Valves Recent Examples
Dalia – Total
Angola
Via
Aker Solutions
Oslo
BEL Valves Recent Examples
West Delta Deep – Burullus
Egypt
Via Technip Aberdeen
BEL Valves Recent Examples
Tengiz – TCO
Kazakhstan
Via PFD Camberley
BEL Valves Recent Examples
Kashagan – Agip
Kazakhstan
Via Agip KCO
London
BEL Valves Recent Examples
Shah Deniz – BP
Azerbaijan
Via
Technip
Paris
BEL Valves Recent Examples
ACG – BP
Azerbaijan
Via
KBR Leatherhead
PSN Aberdeen
BEL Valves 2010 Update…
OpCo
Field
Country
Contractor
PO Source
ExxonMobil Kizomba
Angola
GE Vetco
Oslo
ExxonMobil Kizomba
Angola
Acergy
Paris
Chevron
Gorgon
Australia
GE Vetco
Oslo
Burullus
WDD7
Egypt
Technip
Oslo
Burullus
WDD8
Egypt
Technip
Paris
Total
Usan
Nigeria
Saipem
Paris
BP
Shah Deniz 2
Azerbaijan
JPK
London
Shell
Kashagan 2
Kazakhstan tba
Hague
KPO
Karachaganak
Kazakhstan tba
London
How NOF Energy Can Help
Who are we
• NOF Energy’s main objective is to be the UK’s leading
business development organisation for businesses involved in
the oil and gas and related energy sectors.
Membership profile:
50% North East England
20% Scotland
30% Rest of UK
Manufacturing companies
Service providers
Strategic members such as large clients
UK partners such as Oil & Gas UK, One NorthEast, EEEGR, UKTI, BERR
Global partners
NOF Energy Core activities
Our role and how we assist UK companies
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Identifying contract opportunities and helping members win a share of these
Providing members with the knowledge and skills to trade overseas
Organising inbound and outbound trade visits
Mapping the capabilities of NOF Energy members
Gathering industry intelligence and information
An Aberdeen office to assist with opportunities from this key city
Assisting members with staff recruitment
Marketing NOF Energy members, the region and UK capabilities in the oil
and gas and energy sectors
“NOF Energy has helped UK companies generate over
£30 million worth of business in the last few years”
NOF Energy – Contact Us
Neil Kirkbride
Chairman
Tel: +44 (0)191 269091
[email protected]
George Rafferty
Chief Executive
Tel: +44 (0)191 4174254
[email protected]
Joanne Leng
Director Business Development
Tel: +44 (0)191 4174254
[email protected]
www.nofenergy.co.uk

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