Contract extension for FPSO Petróleo Nautipa

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17 October 2007

Tinworth Pte Ltd (indirectly owned 50% by each of Fred.Olsen Production ASA and Prosafe) has entered into an agreement with Vaalco, Gabon to extend the contract for FPSO Petróleo Nautipa. The FPSO operates at the Etame field offshore Gabon, West Africa. Through this agreement the current contract has been extended with 4 years from September 2011 until September 2015 and with options for another 1 + 1 year.

As part of the agreement the water treatment capacity on FPSO Petróleo Nautipa will be increased at the expense of the Etame partners. Also, the field operator will be entitled to increase oil production beyond the current contractual capacity of the FPSO against the introduction of a new tariff element in the compensation structure. The Etame partners have an option to terminate the contract if drydocking of Petróleo Nautipa is required in 2012.

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