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									                                    Dolphin Energy Statement

Abu Dhabi, 17 April, 2012: “Dolphin Energy Limited confirms that a number of firms have
responded to an invitation to tender and have been shortlisted for an Engineering,
Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract which will see an upgrade to
compression facilities at its plant in Ras Laffan," said a company statement.

"A contract has already been awarded to Rolls Royce Dresser to supply three new gas
compressors with gas turbine drivers,” continued the statement. “The move will help
ensure continuous supply of natural gas to the UAE and Oman by increasing the overall
reliability and availability of Dolphin’s gas compression facilities.”

“Dolphin Energy Limited will award the Engineering, Procurement and Construction
(EPC) contract in due course for the installation of the compressors. Media reports that
Dolphin Energy will increase throughput to 3 billion scf/day in 2015 are incorrect.


Dolphin Energy Limited
Dolphin Energy Limited was created to develop substantial energy projects throughout the GCC and to
create long-term economic wealth and new business opportunities for GCC citizens, far into the future.
Dolphin Energy’s major strategic initiative, the Dolphin Project, involves the production and processing of
natural gas from Qatar’s North Field, and transportation of the dry gas by sub-sea export pipeline from
Qatar to the UAE, which began in July 2007.

The long term customers for Dolphin gas from Qatar are ADWEC (Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity
Company), DUSUP (Dubai Supply Authority) and OOC (Oman Oil Company). Each has signed a gas
supply agreement with Dolphin Energy for 25 years.

Dolphin Energy is owned 51 percent by Mubadala Development Company, on behalf of the Government
of Abu Dhabi – and 24.5 percent each by Total of France and Occidental Petroleum of the USA.
Detailed information about Dolphin Energy can be found on:

For further information contact:
Mariam Al Badr
DVP Corporate Communications
Tel +971 2 6995500
Fax +971 2 6995578

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