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BIOGRAPHIES OF SENIOR DOLPHIN ENERGY EXECUTIVES
   AHMED ALI AL SAYEGH

Chief Executive Officer, Dolphin Energy Limited

Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh is the Chief Executive Officer of Dolphin Energy Limited. He
additionally serves on the Dolphin Energy Board as representative for Mubadala
Development Company, the Abu Dhabi Government entity which holds 51 percent
ownership in Dolphin Energy.

Mr Al Sayegh is also Chairman of Aldar Properties PJSC and of the Abu Dhabi
Future Energy Company (MASDAR). He is Managing Director of the Emirates
Foundation and Vice Chairman of First Gulf Bank and Abu Dhabi Ship Building
Company.

In addition Mr Al Sayegh is involved in a number of development initiatives for the
Abu Dhabi Government. He is a board member of the UAE Offsets Group (UOG),
Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority (ADWEA) and the Environment Authority Abu
Dhabi (EAD). He has worked throughout his career to support many major
environmental initiatives in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

With a degree in Economics from Lewis & Clark College, Oregon, USA, Mr Al
Sayegh started his career at the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC), the
national oil company in Abu Dhabi. He has also held senior positions at other leading
Abu Dhabi government organisations, including the Abu Dhabi Investment Company
(ADIC).

   IBRAHIM AHMED AL ANSARI

General Manager – UAE, Dolphin Energy Limited

Ibrahim Al Ansari was appointed General Manager – UAE for Dolphin Energy Limited
in October 2007. He had previously served as Executive Vice President – Operations
since March 2004.

He is responsible for all Projects within the UAE, including the 364 km, 48-inch
Export Pipeline from Qatar, the Gas Receiving Facilities at Al Taweelah, Dolphin’s
Eastern Gas Distribution System, the company’s Al Ain to Fujairah gas pipeline
(commissioned in January 2004) and the new Taweelah-Fujairah pipeline, under
construction 2008-2010. He is also responsible for Operations, Corporate
Communications, HR&A, IT & Automation, Projects Services and HSE.


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Prior to joining Dolphin Energy in October 2003 as Vice President – Projects, Mr Al
Ansari was General Manager of Union Water & Electricity Company (UWEC), now
incorporated within ADWEA.

Ibrahim Al Ansari worked for Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) for some 18
years following graduation. His first senior appointment was as Manager,
Engineering Development Department; subsequently he was Manager Gas
Processing & Pipelines Division at ADNOC’s Atheer and Advisor to the Atheer
General Manager.

He joined UAE Offsets Group (UOG) in September 2000 as Technical Specialist
Advisor, before taking up his UWEC appointment in September 2001. Mr Al Ansari
graduated from the Louisiana Technical University, USA in 1982 with a BSc Degree
in Electrical Engineering.


   ADEL AHMED AL BUAINAIN

General Manager -- Qatar, Dolphin Energy Limited

Adel Ahmed Al Buainain was appointed General Manager - Qatar for Dolphin Energy
Limited in August 2007.

Mr Albuainain is responsible for all of Dolphin Energy’s activities in the State of
Qatar, including the 24 offshore gas wells and twin production platforms, the twin
sealines to Ras Laffan and the Dolphin Gas Processing Plant at Ras Laffan Industrial
City.

Prior to his appointment, Adel served as Vice President – Projects and Site Support
in Abu Dhabi Polymers Company (Borouge), having been seconded from ADNOC.
He has more than 30 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry.

Mr. Albuainain has held various project, engineering, safety, operations, and senior
management positions in that time. He has also held a number of senior positions in
the operations of ADNOC refineries between 1980 and 1998.




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