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1 14 th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2017 Wednesday 26 th April :30pm - 5:00pm Dewan Perdana Level 6, West Wing Menara MATRADE Kuala Lumpur

2 ABOUT MOGSC ABOUT MOGSC The Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council (MOGSC) which was formed on 1 st December 2003, is an association promoted and driven by the services sector of the Malaysian Oil & Gas Industry. MOGSC s key mission is to promote the capabilities of the Malaysian Service Providers as the regional hub for the Oil & Gas Industry. To promote the interests of the Malaysian Oil & Gas Service Providers To create awareness, increase profile and visibility of members To facilitate strategic alliances for members 1 2 To provide a business platform for members 9 3 To propagate business networking for members 8 MISSIONS 4 To position Malaysia as the regional hub for the Oil & Gas Industry To enhance business values and value creation of the Oil & Gas Industry To facilitate smart partnership and collaboration among stakeholders To encourage international players to establish their offices in Malaysia Annual General Meeting

3 MOGSC OBJECTIVES THE MALAYSIAN OIL AND GAS SERVICES COUNCIL OBJECTIVES 01 Help Members Ride This Difficult Period Current industry market see contracts getting scarce hence resulting in stiffer competition. MOGSC will explore different approaches and strategies to replace the heavy reliance on PETRONAS for contracts. MOGSC will facilitate the dissemination of realistic and timely information to assist in the members decision making process. 02 Implement Tangible Initiatives through CORAL 2.0: MOGSC will endeavor to encourage the implementation of specific initiatives that are actionable and beneficial to members. Examples: Industry Mutual Hold Harmless (IMHH), Independent Design Center, Marine Inspection Standards and Digital Infrastructure. 03 Ensure Members Active Participation in Pengerang Integrated Complex (PIC): MOGSC will actively facilitate the participation by working closely with JPDC and PETRONAS to monitor contract awards for local companies. MOGSC will also be facilitating the information process by bringing realistic and timely information. 04 Escalate Focus on ILB program: ILB award to MOGSC is a great achievement. MOGSC will provide high priority focus and support to CTWG to follow through with ILB. 05 Organization Improvement: EXCO to be more involved and accountable on key functions and working group programme through defined KPIs. Secretariat role and responsibilities will be enhanced. Gaps will be filled to strengthen its delivery and accountability. 06 Ensure success of MOGSEC 2016: MOGSEC 2016 is a key success criterion. MOGSC must work effectively with MES as well as other stakeholders to make it the spotlight event of the year. 07 Continue Engagement with PETRONAS: MOGSC EXCO will set executive level alignment with PETRONAS Management, to ensure that all initiatives are then driven downwards. Quarterly engagement with management of PETRONAS will be pursued. 08 Collaborations with other Associations: MOGSC will set up clear rules of engagement with MPRC, MATRADE, MIDA, and other industry body or associations. This will result in better focus and activities. 09 Reach out to Sarawak and Sabah: MOGSC will facilitate in initiating engagement and collaboration with Sarawak and Sabah. This will bring synergy and cross leverage to each other. 10 Communicate the Impact of TPPA to Members: MOGSC to facilitate for industry to understand the impact of TPPA on the service industry and assist in ensuring that members are aware of the impact of TPPA on their businesses. Note: Endorsed at the MOGSC EXCO Strategy Meeting on 20 th May Annual General Meeting 2017

4 MOGSC STAKEHOLDERS Government Agencies - Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (JPK), Ministry of Human Resources - Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) - Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) - Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corporation (MPRC) - Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) - Talent Corporation Malaysia (TalentCorp) - Bursa Malaysia - SME Corporation Malaysia (SMECorp) - Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) - Johor Petroleum Development Corporation Berhad (JPDC) - Technology Depository Agency (TDA) - Malaysian Industry - Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT) - Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Industry Associations - Malaysian Gas Association (MGA) - Malaysia OSV Owners Association (OSV Malaysia) - Malaysian Oil & Gas Engineering Council (MOGEC) - Association of Marine Industries of Malaysia (AMIM) - Malaysian Offshore Contractors Association (MOCA) - The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) - Institute of Materials Malaysia (IMM) - The Energy Industries Council (EIC) - The Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM) Trade Commissions/Council - High Commission of Canada - Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) - Australian Trade and Investment Commission (AUSTRADE) - Myanmar Oil & Gas Services Society (MOGSS) - EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce & Industry (EUMCCI) Annual General Meeting

5 MOGSC WORKING GROUPS AIMWG ASSET INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT WORKING GROUP SMEWG SMALL & MEDIUM ENTERPRISES WORKING GROUP CTWG COMPETENCY & TRAINING WORKING GROUP SCORREWG SMART COLLABORATION FOR OFFSHORE & REMOTE REAL-TIME ENVIRONMENT DWG DECOMMISSIONING WORKING GROUP SDWG SUBSURFACE & DRILLING WORKING GROUP HSEWG HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT WORKING GROUP TIWG TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION WORKING GROUP MFWG MANUFACTURERS & FABRICATORS WORKING GROUP IS INTERNATIONAL SECTOR MLWG MARINE & LOGISTICS WORKING GROUP JOHOR SECTOR JS MAWG MEASUREMENT & ALLOCATION WORKING GROUP SS SARAWAK SECTOR 4 Annual General Meeting 2017

6 MOGSC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS ( ) SHARIFAH ZAIDA NURLISHA PRESIDENT Ir. MEGAT ZARIMAN ABDUL RAHIM VICE PRESIDENT LINDA ZAIN HONORARY SECRETARY ANAS ALAM FAIZLI ASSISTANT HONORARY SECRETARY ZUBAIDI HARUN TREASURER ABD HAMID IBRAHIM EXCO JAMALLUDIN OBENG EXCO MANOEL GOMES EXCO MOHAMED SIRAJ ABDUL RAZACK EXCO CAPTAIN AHMAD IMRAN MOHD AZMI EXCO HARYATI MUSTAFA EXCO FAREH ISHRAF MD HANIPAH EXCO MOGSC ADVISORS ADLAN AHMAD EXCO JAMAL A. AINUL ADVISOR DATUK RAMLAN A. MALEK ADVISOR SOFIYAN YAHYA ADVISOR Annual General Meeting

7 MOGSC EXCO MOGSC EXCO MOGSC EXCO & PETRONAS SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM DINNER TUESDAY, 24 MAY 2016 MOGSC EXCO & PETRONAS DOWNSTREAM LEADERSHIP TEAM DINNER THURSDAY, 28 JULY 2016 MOGSC - PETRONAS ANNUAL INDUSTRY REVIEW 2016 TUESDAY, 21 FEBRUARY Annual General Meeting 2017

8 MOGSC PAST EXCO & PRESIDENTS PAST PRESIDENTS DATUK RAMLAN A. MALEK SOFIYAN YAHYA Y.M. TENGKU DATO IBRAHIM PETRA BIN TENGKU INDRA PETRA Annual General Meeting

9 MOGSC SECRETARIAT ORGANIZATION CHART SECRETARIAT ORGANIZATION CHART MOGSC EXCO ANAS ALAM FAIZLI ASSISTANT HONORARY SECRETARY LINDA ZAIN HONORARY SECRETARY ROHAZLEE HASHIM GENERAL MANAGER ZUBAIDI HARUN TREASURER Competency & Training ng Working Group MAZNI JUMRI MANAGER MEMBER SERVICES AINI OSMAN EXECUTIVE HR / ADMIN ROSHAYA A HASSAN EXECUTIVE ILB COORDINATOR SYAKIRA NAJMUDIN EXECUTIVE SOFIAH ARSHAD EXECUTIVE KHAIRUL NIZAM EXECUTIVE FINANCE SHAFIQ HASHIM EXECUTIVE RAIMI FARHAN EXECUTIVE WEBSITE / IT/ GRAPHIC SYAHIRA MAHMUD NON-EXECUTIVE N-EXECUTIVE RECEPTIONIST IST / ADMIN ASSISTANT 8 Annual General Meeting 2017

10 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS 2H OFFSHORE ENGINEERING SDN BHD (158) A1 NIAGA SDN BHD (371) ABADI OIL & GAS SERVICES SDN BHD (641) ABB MALAYSIA SDN BHD (209) ACCENTURE SDN BHD (397) ADVANCED ISOLATION AND TESTING SERVICES SDN BHD (656) ADVANCED PROCESS SOLUTIONS SDN BHD (188) AECOM MALAYSIA SDN BHD (185) AGRESIF KONSEP SDN BHD (582) AGV ENVIRONMENT SDN BHD (709) AHF ENERGY SDN BHD (221) AKER ENGINEERING MALAYSIA SDN BHD (103) AL PINE UTILITY SERVICES SDN BHD (331) AL-CUBE SDN BHD (548) ALAM DINGIN AIR-CONDITIONING ENGINEERING SDN BHD (480) ALCIM SDN BHD (147) ALGOCHEM ENERGY SERVICES SDN BHD (569) ALFA-MELI OILFIELD SERVICES SDN BHD (711) ALIF DIAMOND (M) SDN BHD (248) ALKAHFI LESTARI OIL & GAS SDN BHD (714) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

11 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS ALLIANCE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING SDN BHD (659) ALTOR RISK GROUP (SOLUTIONS) SDN BHD (628) ALTUS OIL & GAS MALAYSIA SDN BHD (287) AMEC FOSTER WHEELER (346) AMERSTRAND ENGINEERING SDN BHD (443) AMPAC HOLDINGS SDN BHD (322) AMTECH CHEMICAL SDN BHD (384) ANEKA A GEAR & ENGINEERING SUPPPLIES SDN BHD (536) ANGGUN DIVERSIFIED SDN BHD (708) ANJUR EKAR SDN BHD (213) APPLIED CORROSION ENGINEERING NEERING SERVICES SDN BHD (690) ARA TECHBIS SDN BHD (399) ARCADIS PROJEKS SDN BHD (716) ARCHER WELL COMPANY (M) SDN BHD (549) ARISS INTEGRATED SDN BHD (652) ASIAN OFFSHORE SERVICES SDN BHD (517) ASTRA OFFSHORE SDN BHD (444) ASTURI METAL BUILDERS (M) SDN BHD (110) AUTOMATION & CONTROL SYSTEMS SDN BHD (273) CONTINUAL PROGRESSION AVEVA SDN BHD (008) BHD (110) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 10 Annual General Meeting 2017

12 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS AWALTEK SDN BHD (713) AWORLDTEC ENGINEERING SDN BHD (400) BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED ORATED (066) BAYAM ENTERPRISE SDN BHD (642) BDP FORWARDING SDN BHD (196) BECHTEL BINA (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (405) BENALEC HOLDINGS BHD (693) BENTLEY SYSTEMS MALAYSIA SDN BHD (177) BERLIAN MCDERMOTT SDN BHD (285) BIJAK AKTIF SDN BHD (382) BHD (177) BIZWORTH OIL AND GAS SDN BHD (315) BORNEO PETROLEUM ALLIANCE SDN BHD (702) BORNEO SEAOFFSHORE SDN BHD (511) BOUSTEAD ATLAS HALL SDN BHD (128) BOUSTEAD PENANG SHIPYARD SDN BHD (674) BROOKE DOCKYARD AND ENGINEERING WORKS CORPORATION (406) BUKIT FRASER THERMAL TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD (186) BUMI ARMADA BERHAD (250) BUMI WANGSA SDN BHD (094) BUREAU VERITAS (M) SDN BHD (097) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

13 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS CAHAYA EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING ACADEMY SDN BHD (CETA) (314) CAIDMARK SDN BHD (477) CAMBRIDGE TRAINING SDN BHD (459) CARE ION TECHNOLOGIST (M) SDN BHD (303) CARIMIN PETROLEUM BERHAD (435) Cekap CEKAP TECHNICAL SERVICES SDN BHD (051) CENTRE SIDE EXPRESS SDN BHD (247) CENTUS MARINE SDN BHD (702) CETCO ENERGY SERVICES (M) SDN BHD (562) CHECK-6 (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (587) CHECK-6 BAKTI SDN BHD (586) CHONG WAH-NTIA SDN BHD (600) CIDB HOLDINGS SDN BHD (572) CIRI KUASA SDN BHD (658) CJP ENGINEERING SDN BHD (611) COGDEV MALAYSIA SDN BHD (718) COLLABRO (ASIA PACIFIC) SDN BHD (481) COMM-IT CONSULTANCY SERVICES SDN BHD (422) CORAL ALLIANCE SDN BHD (374) CORAL INTOIL SDN BHD (117) CORAL Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 12 Annual General Meeting 2017

14 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS CORPORATE LEARNING CONSORTIUM SDN BHD (685) CWORKS SDN BHD (340) DATARAN ELEKTRA SDN. BHD (717) DAYA CUTECH INSPECTION SERVICES SDN BHD (538) DAYA OCI SDN BHD (137) DAYA SECADYME SDN BHD (010) DAYANG ENTERPRISE SDN BHD (011) DAZLAN ENERGY SDN BHD (503) DEGREMONT (M) SDN BHD (488) DELEUM BERHAD (012) DERMAGA ENERGY SDN BHD (554) DNV GL MALAYSIA SDN BHD (206) DIALOG GROUP BERHAD (013) DINASTIA JATI SDN BHD (684) BOSKALIS MALAYSIA SDN BHD (393) DOWNUNDER GEOSOLUTIONS (DUGEO M) SDN BHD (157) DREAM CATCHER ENERGY SDN BHD (310) DSCAFF ENGINEERING SDN BHD (550) DUTA KLASIK SDN BHD (501) DUTA MARINE SDN BHD (233) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

15 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS DYNAC SDN BHD (109) DYNAMIC POSITIONING TECH SDN BHD (425) EASTERN DISTINCTION SDN BHD (453) ECOPRASINOS ENGINEERING SDN BHD (653) EDMS CONSULTANT SDN BHD (171) EEW MALAYSIA SDN BHD (578) EEW PIPE COATING SDN BHD (474) EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD (199) EKAHALA RESOURCES SDN BHD (692) ELLA TEC SDN BHD (651) EMESAR TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD (558) ENERGY QUEST SDN BHD (350) ENERSEA RESOURCES SDN BHD (460) ENRA GROUP BERHAD (661) ENTERPRISE BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SDN BHD (168) ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND ANALYTICAL LABORATORY (ERALAB) SDN BHD (585) ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (M) SDN BHD( 131) EPM TRAINING SERVICES SDN BHD (495) ESPRAT SDN BHD (556) ESSEM CORPORATION SDN BHD (243) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 14 Annual General Meeting 2017

16 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS ESSTAR VISION SDN BHD (575) EUREKA EFEKTIF SDN BHD (205) EURO-CIRCUIT TECHNOLOGY OGY SDN BHD (691) EVERSENDAI IL & GAS EVERSENDAI OIL & GAS (M) SDN BHD (494) EXCELLENT EE SDN BHD (637) EXS SYNERGY SDN BHD (704) EDGENTA PROPEL BHD (518) FES EQUIPMENT SERVICES SDN BHD (635) FIRST MARINE SERVICES (M) SDN BHD (002) FIVE STARS LOGISTICS SDN BHD (689) FLEMING GULF (352) FLOWCO (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (072) FMC WELLHEAD EQUIPMENT SDN BHD (621) FOXBORO (M) SDN BHD (679) FRAMES ASIA PACIFIC SDN BHD (357) FUGRO GEODETIC (M) SDN BHD (231) FUGRO GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL & OCEAN SCIENCES SDN BHD (442) GAGASAN CARRIERS SDN BHD (136) GAGASAN OFFSHORE FLEET SDN BHD (616) GE OIL & GAS (NUOVO PIGNONE S.P.A) (278) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

17 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS GEOMODL SDN BHD (695) GEOWELL SDN BHD (015) GERMANISCHER LLOYD GLM SDN BHD (100) GLOBAL CONTAINER FREIGHT (M) SDN BHD (576) GLOBAL ONE SECURITY SERVICES SDN BHD (606) GLOBAL PETRO SOLUTIONS SDN BHD (592) GLOBALSHIP ENGINEERING AND WELDING SDN BHD (492) GOFORTH CORPORATION SDN BHD (508) H. ROSEN ENGINEERING SDN BHD (624) HABLEM OIL & GAS (M) SDN BHD (449) HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (067) HANDAL OFFSHORE SERVICES SDN BHD (077) HB LABORATORIES SDN BHD (388) HELIOS PETROLEUM SDN BHD (593) HEMAT MARINE SDN BHD (593) HG SOLUTION SDN BHD (069) HIGHBASE STRATEGIC SDN BHD (541) HOFINSOFT TECHNOLOGIES SDN BHD (710) HURRICANE GEO INSPECTION SURVEY SDN BHD (665) HYDROGEN OIL & GAS SDN BHD (694) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 16 Annual General Meeting 2017

18 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS HZN ASSOCIATES (M) SDN BHD (390) I PRECISION SDN BHD (454) ICON OFFSHORE BERHAD (377) IDC PLANT TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD (514) IEV (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (071) IFACTORS SDN BHD (596) IGL SERVICES SDN BHD (622) IMPLICO (M) SDN BHD (450) IN-SITU MAINTENANCE SERVICES SDN BHD (309) INFO-TRAX SDN BHD (524) INFRAKOMAS SDN BHD (589) INNOPEAK (M) SDN BHD (614) INNOVATIVE FLUID PROCESS SDN BHD (305) INTECSEA SDN BHD (252) INTEGRATED PETROLEUM SERVICES SDN BHD (246) INTEGRATED WELL SERVICES SDN BHD (245) INTERWELL OIL & GAS SOLUTIONS MALAYSIA SDN BHD (719) INTENSIVE ENERGY SDN BHD (712) INTERBRAND SDN BHD (328) INTERGRAPH PROCESS POWER & OFFSHORE (M) SDN BHD (404) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

19 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS INTRALINK TECHNO SDN BHD (648) IO SETIA VENTURES SDN BHD (070) JAS WORLDWIDE (M) SDN BHD (154) JAYA RAYA SDN BHD (169) JH ENERGY SDN BHD (446) JINORA CORPORATION SDN BHD (150) JK SCHELKIS OFFSHORE SDN BHD (457) JORD MALAYSIA SDN BHD (351) JP LOGISTICS SDN BHD (254) JURUNATURE SDN BHD (394) K.SHAH Group Of Companies K.SHAH ENERGY RESOURCES K. SHAH ENERGY RESOURCES SDN BHD (566) KBC ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES SDN BHD (428) KEISHA MARINE SERVICES SDN BHD (646) KEMUNCAK ENGINEERING SUPPLIER SDN BHD (202) KEMUNCAK LANAI SDN BHD (626) KEYMAG CONTROLS SDN BHD (546) KHADRA VENTURES SDN BHD (672) KNM PROCESS SYSTEMS SDN BHD (019) KONTENA NASIONAL BERHAD (631) KRIMSON COMMUNICATIONS SDN BHD (515) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 18 Annual General Meeting 2017

20 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS KROHNE EMAS OIL & GAS (M) SDN BHD (318) KTL OFFSHORE (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (603) KUALA LUMPUR VALVE & FITTING (M) SDN BHD (502) KUANTAN PORT CONSORTIUM SDN BHD (530) KULIM SMART TECHNOLOGIES SDN BHD (680) LABUAN SHIPYARD & ENGINEERING SDN BHD (170) LAPTRONICS SDN BHD (668) LARSEN & TOUBRO It s all about Imagineering LARSEN & TOUBRO (EASTASIA) SDN BHD (366) LEAP ENERGY PARTNERS SDN BHD (387) LIMA BINTANG LOGISTICS SDN BHD (113) LIMA BINTANG SHIPPING & FORWARDING SDN BHD (534) LINDE ENGINEERING MALAYSIA SDN BHD (681) LINDENWOOD CONSULT SDN BHD (654) LLOYD S REGISTER TECHNICAL SERVICES SDN BHD (280) MAB KARGO SDN BHD (270) MACCAFERRI (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (497) MALAYSIA MARINE & HEAVY ENGINEERING HOLDINGS BERHAD (MMHE) (119) MALAYSIAN EXHIBITION SERVICES SDN BHD (298) MALKO FLANGES & FITTINGS (M) SDN BHD (361) MARINE ENERGY SDN BHD (344) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

21 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS MASER & QUARTZELEC SERVICES SDN BHD (363) MASER MARINE ENGINEERING SDN BHD (413) MATCO (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (244) MATRIX POWER NETWORK SDN BHD (441) MAXWEL UPSTREAM SOLUTIONS & TECHNOLOGIES SDN BHD (376) MECCILECT SDN BHD (618) MECIP GLOBAL ENGINEERS SDN BHD (190) MEGALIFT SDN BHD (527) MENTOR SOLUTIONS & RESOURCES SDN BHD (143) MERIDIAN SURVEYS (M) SDN BHD (662) MERIT TECHNOLOGIES SDN BHD (686) MHE-DEMAG MALAYSIA SDN BHD (632) META CAST SDN BHD (639) MIHC SERVICES SDN BHD (256) MICHAEL PAGE INTERNATIONAL (M) SDN BHD (476) MIR VALVE SDN BHD (125) MINCONSULT SDN BHD (262) MISC BERHAD (OFFSHORE BUSINESS) (414) MISI SETIA OIL & GAS SDN BHD (402) MIT ACADEMY SDN BHD (478) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 20 Annual General Meeting 2017

22 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS MITA OILFIELD SERVICES (M) SDN BHD (016) MMC OIL AND GAS ENGINEERING SDN BHD (004) MMC TEPAT TEKNIK SDN BHD (485) MMI ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHD (667) MOBILUB TRADING SDN BHD (539) MRCB TECHNOLOGIES SDN BHD (217) MSET ENGINEERING EERING CORPORATIONON SDN BHD (181) MSTS ASIA SDN BHD (079) MTU SERVICES (M) SDN BHD (284) MUDROCK MEDIA SDN BHD (557) MUHIBBAH ENGINEERING (M) BERHAD (073) MUSHTARI MAINTENANCE SERVICES SDN BHD (418) MYXON (M) SDN BHD (660) NABER ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY SERVICES SDN BHD (602) NAM CHEONG DOCKYARD SDN BHD (391) NATIONAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY - NEL (531) NAUTICAL RETURNS SDN BHD (601) NES GLOBAL SDN BHD (238) NEU SOLUTIONS SDN BHD (698) NEWWIN ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHD (042) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

23 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS NGLTECH SDN BHD (272) NORIMAX SDN BHD (174) NOVAFAST SE ASIA (715) NYLEX (MALAYSIA) BERHAD (140) OCEANEERING INTERNATIONAL (MALAYSIA) (304) OILFIELD TECHNICAL INSPECTION SDN BHD (487) OILFIELDS SUPPLY CENTER SDN BHD (510) OLIO RESOURCES SDN BHD (043) OMNI OIL TECHNOLOGIES (M) SDN BHD (419) ONYX ENGINEERING SDN BHD (486) OPCOM HOLDINGS BERHAD (313) OPITO ASIA PACIFIC SDN BHD (161) OPULENS ADC SDN BHD (325) ORBITAGE SDN BHD (373) OROGENIC HOLDINGS SDN BHD (025) OVERDICK CONSULTING ENGINEERS SDN BHD (398) OXYCOM MARINE SDN BHD (610) PACE UP SDN BHD (706) PALADON SYSTEMS SDN BHD (545) PANTECH STEEL INDUSTRIES SDN BHD (415) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 22 Annual General Meeting 2017

24 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS PBJV GROUP SDN BHD (021) PEGASUS DIVERSIFIED BERHAD (567) PERDANA PETROLEUM BERHAD (001) PERI FORMWORK MALAYSIA SDN BHD (523) PERISAI PETROLEUM TEKNOLOGI BHD (335) PERUNDING PRISM SDN BHD (604) PESONA NETWORK ENGINEERING SDN BHD (643) PETRA ENERGY BERHAD (215) PETRO EQUIPS SUPPLY & SERVICES SDN BHD (599) PETROCLAMP SDN BHD (677) PETROEDGE SDN BHD (192) PETROFAC E & C SDN BHD (320) PETROHORIZON SDN BHD (617) PETROKAPAL SDN BHD (619) PETROMALAYSIA SDN BHD (240) PETROTECHNICAL INSPECTION (M) SDN BHD (159) PETROUSAHA ENGINEERING SERVICES SDN BHD (187) PG LAUNCH SERVICES SDN BHD (580) PHASORS TECH SDN BHD (669) PLC INTERNATIONAL SDN BHD (115) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

25 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS PLUS THREE CONSULTANTS (M) SDN BHD (172) POWERTIUM ENGINEERING SDN BHD (121) PRE & TEC SDN BHD (490) PREMIERE SCANNER SDN BHD (506) PRIMELUBE PETROCHEMICALS (M) SDN BHD (670) PROFIN SOLUTIONS (519) PROSEESKA CORPORATION (M) SDN BHD (296) PROTANKGRUP (063) PROTECHNOLOGY SDN BHD (229) PTS RESOURCES SDN BHD (505) PUNCAK JAYA PETROLEUM SDN BHD (627) PUNCAK OIL & GAS SDN BHD (271) PUNJ LLOYD SDN BHD (447) PWS MANUFACTURING SDN BHD (343) PYRAMID OIL & GAS CONSULTING SDN BHD (687) QH GLOBAL (M) SDN BHD (663) RADII TEKNOLOGI SDN BHD (411) RAKANNUSA CORPORATION (M) SDN BHD (671) RANACO MARINE SDN BHD (644) RANHILL WORLEYPARSONS SDN BHD (282) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 24 Annual General Meeting 2017

26 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS RATUSAN PAKSI SECURITY SDN BHD (560) RB SOLUTIONS SDN BHD (223) RENOIR CONSULTING (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (111) RF TEMS SDN BHD (540) RIDER HUNT INTERNATIONAL (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (105) RIG MASTERS SDN BHD (678) RM LEOPAD SDN BHD (214) ROMSTAR SDN BHD (075) ROTORK (M) SDN BHD (297) RPS CONSULTANTS SDN BHD (381) RUDY PETROLEUM SDN BHD (581) RUHM MARINE SDN BHD (623) SA KARGO SDN BHD (112) SABAH INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM SDN BHD (038) SAFEHOUSE SDN BHD (636) SAFELINK SDN BHD (236) SAMA MAJU MARINE & INDUSTRY SDN BHD (645) DESTINI OIL SERVICES SDN BHD (588) SAKATA OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY SERVICES SDN BHD (707) SAPURA INDUSTRIAL BERHAD (456) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

27 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS SAPURAKENCANA SUBSEA SERVICES SDN BHD (007) SAPURAKENCANA DRILLING TIOMAN SDN BHD (098) SAPURA ENERGY BERHAD (059) SARENS MALAYSIA SDN BHD (620) SATUMARIN SDN BHD (500) SBM MALAYSIA SDN BHD (230) SCAN-RENT SDN BHD (493) SCHLUMBERGER WTA MALAYSIA SDN BHD (032) SCOMI GROUP BERHAD (064) SEASTAR ENEGY SDN BHD (608) SEDIA TEGUH SDN BHD (249) SENERGY INTERNATIONAL SDN BHD (330) SERBA DINAMIK SDN BHD (407) SETEGAP VENTURES PETROLEUM SDN BHD (386) SHAPADU ENERGY & ENGINEERING SDN BHD (438) SIEMENS MALAYSIA SDN BHD (093) SILICON DESIGNS (M) SDN BHD (452) SIRIM QAS INTERNATIONAL SDN BHD (144) SJ VARIED SDN BHD (482) SKF MALAYSIA SDN BHD (225) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 26 Annual General Meeting 2017

28 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS SNC-LAVALIN KENTZ MEPC (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (235) SOFT TRIANGLE SERVICES SDN BHD (696) SOLAR ALERT SDN BHD (396) SOLIDGRO ENERGY SDN BHD (647) SONGKET PETROLEUM SDN BHD (570) SOUTH SEAS OFFSHORE SDN BHD (324) SPEEDCAST ENERGY SDN BHD (341) SPEEDCAST MALAYSIA SDN BHD (358) SPIE OIL & GAS SERVICES (M) SDN BHD (383) SPRO SOLUTIONS SDN BHD (333) SRIBIMA SRIBIMA (MALAYSIA) SHIPPING SDN BHD (080) STERLING INSURANCE BROKERS SDN BHD (201) SUBSEA 7 MALAYSIA SDN BHD (193) SUMISAUJANA TCM CHEMICAL SDN BHD (385) SUPERIOR ENERGY SERVICES (KL) SDN BHD (260) SWIFT INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SDN BHD (MILS) (378) SWIS RESOURCES SDN BHD (291) SYARIKAT BERSAUDARA LUTONG SDN BHD (034) SYMPHONIC ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHD (590) SYNERGY OIL & GAS ENGINEERING SDN BHD (178) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

29 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS TACTICS ASIA SDN BHD (146) TANJUNG OFFSHORE BERHAD (083) TENOIL PETROLEUM SDN BHD (699) TARPON ENERGY SERVICES ASIA (676) TECH-RENTALS (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (211) TECHHAUS SDN BHD (521) TECHNIP GEOPRODUCTION (M) SDN BHD (095) TECHNIP MHB HULL ENGINEERING SDN BHD (720) TELEKOM MALAYSIA BHD (512) TEMASEK ENERGY RESOURCES (M) SDN BHD (430) TERAJU KLASIK SDN BHD (537) TERRA ENERGY SDN BHD (605) TH HEAVY ENGINEERING BERHAD (THHE) (030) THINK PLUS CONSULTING SDN BHD (543) TIARA OPHIR SDN BHD (509) TIGER OILFIELD SERVICES (M) SDN BHD (705) TIME MARINE SERVICES SDN BHD (424) TIME TEMASEK SDN BHD (308) TM OILFIELD SERVICES SDN BHD (362) TMR ALAM SDN BHD (427) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 28 Annual General Meeting 2017

30 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS TMR URUSHARTA (M) SDN BHD (417) TNB REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE SDN BHD (TNB REMACO) (421) TOYO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION SDN BHD (106) TR ENGINEERING AND TRADING SDN BHD (688) TRACERCO ASIA SDN BHD (359) TRANSWATER API SDN BHD (085) TRESENERGY SDN BHD (395) TRIS KRAFTSTOFFHANDEL SDN BHD (700) TRISYSTEM ENGINEERING SDN BHD (101) TTES TEAM AND SPECIALIST SDN BHD (266) TUV SUD (M) SDN BHD (649) UBF MAINTENANCE SDN BHD (467) UGL (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (547) PAKARUNDING UKM PAKARUNDING SDN BHD (577) UMW OIL & GAS CORPORATION BERHAD (039) UNIT CONCEPT SDN BHD (597) UNITEAM KE MALAYSIA SDN BHD (634) UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MARA (629) UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI PETRONAS (UTP) (316) UOP MALAYSIA SDN BHD (166) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

31 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS UPECA FLOWTECH SDN BHD (464) UMP CONSULTANCY & TRAINING SDN BHD (701) UPSTREAM DOWNSTREAM PROCESS & SERVICES SDN BHD (191) UZMA BERHAD (138) VALORAZ SDN BHD (657) VALSER ENGINEERING & SERVICES SDN BHD (283) VANGUARD VENTURES SDN BHD (126) VELOSI (M) SDN BHD (078) VESTERA RESOURCES SDN BHD (655) VG OFFSHORE CONTAINERS INTERNATIONAL (M) SDN BHD (299) WASCO ENERGY GROUP (076) WATER STANDARD SDN BHD (675) WEG SOUTH EAST ASIA SDN BHD (360) WEATHERFORD (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (090) WENMAX SDN BHD (219) WILD GEESE GROUP SDN BHD (615) WILHELM TECHNOLOGIES SDN BHD (666) WOOD GROUP ENGINEERING SDN BHD (292) WOOD GROUP KENNY SDN BHD (286) XAIR COMMUNICATION SDN BHD (673) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 30 Annual General Meeting 2017

32 MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS XHP VENTURES SDN BHD (279) YASMIN ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHD (458) YINSON ENERGY SDN BHD (551) YOKOGAWA KONTROL (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (432) YONG CHOO KUI SHIPYARD SDN BHD (526) ZAK PIPING SDN BHD (276) ZEE ENGINEERING SDN BHD (650) ZELLECO ENGINEERING SDN BHD (312) MOGSC CORPORATE MEMBERS : 448 (as of 31 st March 2017) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

33 MOGSC ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ALKHAIR INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC BANK BERHAD (A051) AOS TRAVEL & TOURS SDN BHD (A073) AT-PAC (A090) AUSTRALIAN TRADE COMMISSION (A077) AZMI & ASSOCIATES (A041) BIK CONSULTING SDN BHD (A099) CMS OPUS PRIVATE EQUITY CMS OPUS PRIVATE EQUITY SDN BHD (A028) DEUGRO (SINGAPORE) PTE LTD (A046) EICUK (ASIA PACIFIC) PTE LTD (A014) EU-MALAYSIA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY (A074) FRASER PLACE KUALA LUMPUR (A096) GRAND-FLO SPRITVEST SDN BHD (A075) HBA OFFSHORE PTE LTD (A081) HLAP LTD (A087) HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES (M) SDN BHD (A084) IHI CORPORATION (A050) IMODCO TERMINALS S.A. (A078) INTERNATIONAL SOS (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD (A100) INVEST KL CORPORATION (A060) JARDINE LLOYD THOMPSON SDN BHD (A093) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 32 Annual General Meeting 2017

34 MOGSC ASSOCIATE MEMBERS JW MARRIOT KUALA LUMPUR (STAR HILL HOTEL SDN BHD) (A092) KELLY SERVICES (M) SDN KELLYOCG (A082) KOTRA (KOREA TRADE INVESTMENT PROMOTION AGENCY) (A047) MAXIS BROADBAND SDN BHD (A086) METAL ONE CORPORATION (A085) NISOFT ASIA PACIFIC (A053) O3B NETWORKS (A089) O CONNOR S NOR S ENGINEERING SDN BHD (A097) PENAWAR MEDICAL GROUP (A034) PRICE WATERHOUSE COOPERS (A079) REFRIGERATION RIGERATION ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL PTY LIMITED (A098) RHB ISLAMIC BANK BERHAD (A094) SCOTTISH DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL (A069) SELEX ES LTD (A062) SIME DARBY LOCKTON INSURANCE BROKERS SDN BHD (A004) SM SECURITY (M) SDN BHD (A080) SMART TRAVEL & TOURS SDN BHD (A076) STRATEQ SDN BHD (A012) SUPREME LANDMOBILE & WIRELESS CORPORATION SDN BHD (A022) SWACK SECURITY SERVICES SDN BHD (A072) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number Annual General Meeting

35 MOGSC ASSOCIATE MEMBERS SYARIKAT TAKAFUL MALAYSIA BERHAD (A091) TELENOR MARITIME AS (A088) THE CANADIAN TRADE COMMISSIONER SERVICE (A023) THEIN NETWORKS (A011) THOME OIL & GAS PTE LTD / THOME OFFSHORE MANAGEMENT PTE LTD (A013) TROWERS & HAMLINS LLP (A035) UNITED ELECTRIC CONTROLS (A045) VA TECH WABAG LIMITED (A095) VALVITALIA GROUP S.P.A (A083) MOGSC ASSOCIATE MEMBERS : 49 (as of 31 st March 2017) Number after Company Name denotes Membership Number 34 Annual General Meeting 2017

36 GLOSSARY AIMWG AUSTRADE CITP WG CORAL IAC CTWG DP DWG EPCC GTS HRDF HSEWG IAC ICT ILB IMHH IS JPDC JPK JS MATRADE MAWG MCC MDCC MES MFWG MGA MLWG MOCA MOGEC MOGSEC MPRC NOSS OSV OzMOG PAC PETRONAS PD & T PIC SCORRE SDWG SIRIM SMEWG SS TIWG Asset Integrity Management Working Group The Australian Trade and Investment Commission Construction Industry Transformation Programme Working Group CORAL Industry Advisory Committee Competency & Training Working Group Dynamic Positioning Decommissioning Working Group Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Commissioning Group Technical Solutions Human Resource Development Fund Health, Safety & Environment Working Group Industry Advisory Committee Information and Communication Technology Industry Lead Body Industry Mutual Hold Harmless International Sector Johor Petroleum Development Corporation Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran Johor Sector Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation Measurement & Allocation Working Group MOGSC Communication Committee Malaysia Digital Chamber of Commerce Malaysian Exhibition Services Manufacturer & Fabricator Working Group Malaysian Gas Association Marine & Logistics Working Group Malaysian Offshore Contractors Association Malaysian Oil & Gas Engineering Council The Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Exhibition & Conference Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corporation National Occupational Skills Standard Offshore Support Vessels Australia-Malaysia Oil & Gas Council Petroleum Arrangement Contractors PETRONAS Project Delivery and Technology Pengerang Integrated Complex Smart Collaboration For Offshore & Remote Real-time Environment Subsurface & Drilling Working Group Scientific and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia Small & Medium Enterprises Working Group Sarawak Sector Technology & Innovation Working Group Annual General Meeting

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38 14 th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING CONTENTS 38 Notice of the 14 th Annual General Meeting 39 Agenda of the 14 th Annual General Meeting Minutes of the 13 th Annual General Meeting Executive Committee Report for the Session 2016 / 2017 AGM Auditor s Report and Financial Statement for the Year Ended 31 st December Proposed Amendments to the Constitution 131 Attendance Confirmation Reply Form Annual General Meeting

39 NOTICE OF THE 14 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Dear MOGSC Members, Please be informed that the 14 th Annual General Meeting (AGM) shall be held as follows: Date : Wednesday 26 th April 2017 Time : 2.30PM 5.00PM Venue : Dewan Perdana, Level 6, West Wing, Menara MATRADE Enclosed are the following documents: 1. Agenda of the 14 th Annual General Meeting 2. Minutes of the 13 th Annual General Meeting 3. Executive Committee Report for the Session 2016 / Auditor s Report and Financial Statement for the Year Ended 31 st December Proposed Amendments to the Constitution 6. Attendance Confirmation Reply Form Please note that members wishing to participate and vote during the AGM must settle any outstanding subscription fees up to The hard copy of the Annual Report will not be mailed to member companies and will only be available at the AGM. If you require a hard copy of the Annual Report, please request a copy. Please confirm your attendance by submitting your reply form to us by Friday, 14 th April 2017 to the Secretariat office. The dress code is Office Attire. We look forward to seeing you at the AGM. Thank you. Best Regards, Linda Zain Honorary Secretary, The Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council (MOGSC) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 38 Annual General Meeting 2017

40 AGENDA OF THE 14 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING THE MALAYSIAN OIL & GAS SERVICES COUNCIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the Fourteenth Annual General Meeting of the members of The Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council ( the Society ) will be held at Dewan Perdana, Level 6, West Wing, Menara MATRADE, Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday, 26 th April 2017 at 2:30 PM. AGENDA 1. To receive and confirm the minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting. 2. To receive and confirm the Executive Committee Report for the Session 2016 / To receive and confirm the Auditor s Report and Financial Statement for the year ended 31 st December To reappoint Auditors for the ensuing year. 5. To consider the proposed amendments to the Constitution. 6. To transact any other ordinary business of which due notice shall be given. BY ORDER OF THE COMMITTEE Linda Zain Honorary Secretary, Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council (MOGSC) Annual General Meeting

41 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING MAJLIS PERKHIDMATAN MINYAK & GAS MALAYSIA (THE MALAYSIAN OIL & GAS SERVICES COUNCIL ( MOGSC )) MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ( AGM ) HELD ON WEDNESDAY, 27 TH APRIL, 2016 AT 2.30 PM AT SIME DARBY CONVENTION CENTRE, 1A JALAN BUKIT KIARA 1, KUALA LUMPUR. The following Committee members were present : NAME COMPANY DESIGNATION 1 Ramlan Abdul Malek SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad President (in the Chair) 2 Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Syed Ibrahim MMC Oil & Gas Engineering Sdn. BHD. Vice President Prof. Ir. Dr. Mohd Shahir Liew Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS Honorary Secretary Zubaidi Harun Scomi Group Bhd. Treasurer Rohazlee Hashim Wasco Energy Assistant Honorary Secretary Dato Ramli Md Nor Olio Resources Sdn. Bhd. Executive Committee Ir. Megat Zariman Abdul Rahim Bumi Armada Bhd. Executive Committee Manoel Francisco Avelino Gomes Silicon Designs Sdn. Bhd. Executive Committee Linda Zain Songket Petroleum Sdn. Bhd. Executive Committee 10 Stephanie Wan Ullok Rider Hunt International ( M ) Sdn. Bhd. Executive Committee Amir Sahudi MIHC Sdn. Bhd. Executive Committee Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack Mir Valve Sdn. Bhd. Executive Committee Puan Saleha Abd Rahman, the Master of Ceremony for the day welcomed and thanked the members for taking time to attend the 13 th Annual General Meeting of MOGSC. She briefly highlighted the challenges faced by the industry in view of the falling oil prices and thanked the members for their support despite such a challenging climate. She introduced the office bearers of MOGSC before inviting the President, Encik Ramlan Abdul Malek to give his opening address before proceeding to the business of the meeting. The President shared some of his observations during his two (2) years tenure as President and EXCO member adding that members need to understand that all office bearers are merely volunteers who give their time to the Association whilst managing their business or careers as such some expectations may not have been met as a result thereof. He advised the meeting to elect candidates who are able to contribute and willing to sacrifice some of their time and effort in running the Association and wished all the election candidates his very best in the election, which would take place later in the meeting. Lastly, he thanked the office bearers who served the Association in the last tenure. 40 Annual General Meeting 2017

42 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 1.0 NOTICE OF THE MEETING The notice of the 13 th Annual General Meeting was taken as read. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 2.43 p.m. on confirmation of a quorum. 2.0 CONFIRMATION OF THE MINUTES OF THE 12 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING HELD ON 29 TH APRIL 2015 Encik Abd. Hamid Ibrahim of Muhibbah Engineering Bhd highlighted that the names of person should be stated accurately and in full in the AGM report ie. Dato Haji Zainal should read as Dato Haji Zainal Bahari. The AGM under Attendance Summary on page 12 of the report should read as 12 th Annual General Meeting and not 13 th Annual General Meeting. The comments were noted by the Chair. There being no further comments raised by the members, the minutes of the meeting was confirmed by the meeting. 3.0 TO RECEIVE THE MOGSC EXCO REPORT FOR THE SESSION 201S / 2016 The Honorary Secretary presented the activities of MOGSC for the session 2015 / The Chairman invited the meeting to raise any questions that they may have on the report. Encik Sofiyan Yahya of Cekap Technical Services Sdn Bhd observed that there is no special write up on the PETRONAS CORAL 2.0 activities and MOGSEC 2016 which are important events. MOGSEC 2016 will be one of the main events that will be contributing towards MOGSC s fund. Another activity which was not highlighted is the participation of MOGSC in Malaysian Inc. to support SME participation in projects abroad. MOGSC s CORAL 2.0 engagements and MOGSEC activities should have been prominently mentioned. Annual General Meeting

43 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Encik Megat Zariman Abdul Rahim agreed with the observation and added that an memo was circulated to all members on the CORAL 2.0 activities, initiatives and accomplishments including work in progress on 19 th April 2016 but it was not incorporated into the annual report due to time constraint since the memo was subject to PETRONAS prior consent. Puan Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Syed Ibrahim agreed that while CORAL 2.0 was a significant subject, approval need to be sought from PETRONAS hence it took a while to get it organized which caused the delay. As for MOGSEC 2016 as at to-date the take up rate is not very encouraging with many members pulling out largely due to the difficult economic climate. She encouraged the members to participate as this will be a good forum to showcase the Malaysian expertise. The Chairman added that the MOGSEC task force headed by Encik Sofiyan Yahya of Cekap Technical Services Sdn Bhd has been very active in pursuing the interest of MOGSC. Encik Mohd Zailani Hassan of Emesar Technology observed that the expertise of the members have not been promoted sufficiently as evidenced from the lack of involvement of the members in the RAPID project. Cik Linda Zain commented that MOGSC had engaged with different parties to meet with MOGSC members in relation to RAPID opportunities. These included the forum with JPDC in Johor and MOGSC Meet the Members with PIC EPCC event. She added that although the majority of the packages were already awarded to subcontractors and vendors, there are still packages such as Packages 6, 7 and 11 from EPCC such as Samsung and Tecnimont which are available for members to pursue. Members were given the opportunity to have face to face meetings with the EPCCs. She added that MOGSC will be actively pursuing more engagement with PIC for its members. Since the item being deliberated is related to the EXCO Report, the same can be discussed further in Any Other Business. Dr Mazlee Md Ramli of A1 Niaga Sdn Bhd congratulated some of the EXCO for supporting the Competency & Training Working Group (CTWG) of which he is the Chairman of the Working Group. He highlighted that two (2) months ago, Competency & Training Working Group submitted resolutions to be presented and voted on at this AGM. Unfortunately the resolutions were not presented at this AGM therefore he sought clarification on this matter. 42 Annual General Meeting 2017

44 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Dr Mazlee further expressed his disappointment that this resolution for deliberation at this AGM were brushed off by the EXCO and not deliberated when an AGM should be the forum for members to deliberate them. He added that even his proposal which could benefit MOGSC financially was not deliberated or taken any action on. Dr Mazlee Md Ramli reminded that MOGSC belongs to the members and all members have a right to be heard in an AGM. Puan Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Syed Ibrahim commented that she only joined the working group in late 2015 due to grievances received from some members. She explained that any proposed resolution must be first brought up within the prescribed time for the EXCO to deliberate. Unfortunately, the proposed resolutions were not presented to the EXCO in a timely manner. If the proposed resolutions were submitted within the prescribed timeframe, the EXCO would have definitely deliberated the proposed resolutions and reverted accordingly In relation to the proposal that would benefit MOGSC financially, she added that MOGSC must at all times ensure proper governance before entering into any agreements or accepting proposals from 3 rd parties for the proposed contracts. In support of Puan Sharifah s response, Prof Ir. Dr. Mohd Shahir Liew explained and confirmed that the resolutions were only received on 18 th March As such they could not be deliberated and as the Honorary Secretary, he had recommended that they be tabled at the next EXCO meeting. Mr. Yeo Cheng Kwan from Global Petro Solutions Sdn Bhd added that he found it quite baffling that such important issues were brushed off to the to-be-elected EXCO with the excuse that they were not submitted within the prescribed timeline. Encik Abd. Hamid Ibrahim of Muhibbah Engineering Bhd said that the Annual Report should only cover the attendance of the past one (1) year and not the two (2) years served, since this is an annual report. The word committee should be changed to Executive Committee. The dates of meetings for 2015 / 2016 should include the attendance of each EXCO member at each meeting, as per previous practice. Encik Abd Hamid Ibrahim also requested to revise the note on his resignation on page 18 to say Executive Committee member and to include the resignation of Encik Sofiyan Yahya as Advisor in May 2014 as well. Annual General Meeting

45 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING He noted that the working groups have increased from 16 to 19 and hoped that the working groups would be properly mentored as it may lead to a silent death of some of the working groups if not managed properly. There being no further questions raised by the members, the MOGSC EXCO report on the workings of the Association during 201S / 2016 was received by the meeting conditional upon the amendments being rectified in the report. 4.0 TO RECEIVE THE AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND THE AUDITOR S REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 ST DECEMBER 2015 The Treasurer presented the Financial Statement and informed that the Audited Financial Statement are unqualified as such there are no issues arising thereon and highlighted the following- (a) Total revenue for the year 2015 stood at RM 1,465,295, lower than the previous financial year of RMI,689,936. (b) Fees received from members comprised entrance fees of RM70,OOO and subscription fees of RM482,295, lower than the previous financial year of RM 108,000 and RM546,460 respectively. (c) For the financial year 2015, the Association ended the year with a deficit of RM226,475 mainly due to the decrease in fees received and lower income from the income generating trade activities. (d) Cash and bank balances stood at RM1,046,596, lower than the previous financial year of RM 1,140,132. (e) Total Assets stood at RMI,615,215. The Treasurer urged members who have not paid their subscription fees to make payment accordingly before inviting the members to raise any questions that they may have on the above. Mr. Lim Eu Shawn of Malaysian Structural Steel Association highlighted that it had come to his knowledge that funds for the CSR flood programme had been channeled to the personal account of a particular individual which he considered highly irregular and should not be practiced in an NGO. 44 Annual General Meeting 2017

46 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING He sought clarification on the reason why this was so and if it was accounted for? Puan Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Syed Ibrahim briefed the meeting on the flood situation in 2014 which was a national disaster and how a taskforce was set up to look into relief works to assist the victims. Due to the limitations in Clause (12) of the MOGSC constitution on funds for such works i.e. CSR related activities, it was agreed by the taskforce that she assisted by using her personal account for the purpose of managing the funds. At the end of 2015, the EXCO resolved that it should not take up such activities on its own, with collaboration with other organizations being more preferred. At the close of that particular CSR program, the balance money in the account was distributed to six (6) organizations directly involved with flood relief works in Kelantan. A special account had been set up with CIMB Bank for such purpose and the EXCO would consider revising the limits of disbursement in the constitution. Mr. Lim Eu Shawn of Malaysian Structural Steel Association reminded the EXCO to be mindful of such arrangement as it was a matter of principle for all transactions to be transparent to avoid unnecessary hassles from the authorities or complaints from the members. Encik Sofiyan Yahya of Cekap Technical Services Sdn Bhd added that he was involved in the flood relief work and thanked Puan Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Syed Ibrahim for doing what she did. He noted that all receipts of donations and expenditures were properly recorded and what should have been done was to include the same in the Annual Report. Capt Ahmad Imran bin Mohd Azmi of Vestera Resources Sdn Bhd enquired about the event expenses of RM504,353, which was higher than the previous financial year of RM124,262. Encik Zubaidi Harun clarified that the expenses of the two (2) big events conducted in the last financial year were for the ILB & NOSS workshop and the flood relief. The expenses correspond with the fees received for the events of RMS33,700, which was higher than the previous financial year of RM84,747. He added that members are welcome to obtain the details of the income and expenditure at MOGSC office as it would not be practical to provide details of income and expenditure of each activity in the audited financial statements. Encik Esham Salam of Protank Group congratulated the EXCO for organizing so many events, but reminded it on the need to be transparent. He also wanted the auditors to confirm if the report was in accordance with the reporting standards. Annual General Meeting

47 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Cik Zurin of Messrs. Raki Thomas & Ramanan confirmed that the report was in accordance with the reporting standards but if MOGSC so requires the details to be included in the audited financial statement, it could be arranged. Dr Mazlee Md Ramli of A1 Niaga Sdn Bhd proposed to separate out the ILB expenses and account from the MOGSC account. He added that CTWG had proposed to the EXCO on the Career Carnival programme that could contribute to MOGSC S revenue but still has not received any response or approval for it. There being no further questions raised by the members, the Treasurer s Report and the Audited Financial Statement and the Auditor s Report for the year ended 31 st December 2015 was received by the meeting. 5.0 TO APPOINT AUDITORS FOR THE ENSUING YEAR The Chairman informed that the motion to appoint auditors for the ensuring year would be put forth via vote by a show of hands. The motion being proposed and seconded was put forth to vote on a show of hands. Based on the number of votes (50 for and 4 against the motion), the Chairman declared the motion carried and that Messrs. Raki Thomas & Ramanan be re-appointed auditors for the ensuring year. 6.0 TO ELECT OFFICE BEARERS FOR The Chairman invited the Executive Committee to say a few words before tabling the agenda to elect office bearers for prior to dissolving the Executive Committee for the election exercise to take place. The Chairman then declared the MOGSC Executive Committee of dissolved and accordingly all to vacate their seats. The meeting was treated to a seven (7) minute video of the activities of MOGSC for the period followed by presentation of the Token of Appreciation to the former EXCO members. Encik Syed Aizat, the Election Officer explained that a member from the floor will be appointed as observer whilst one (1) from the Secretariat and four (4) from Messrs. Raki Thomas & Ramanan will be appointed as scrutineers and vote counters. 46 Annual General Meeting 2017

48 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Cik Siti Nur Fatimah binti Manap of Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS offered to act as observer for the balloting process. He also highlighted the eligibility to vote, positions to be filled and how the ballot form is to be executed and how the process is to be carried out. He added that the Treasurer s post is uncontested with the withdrawal of another candidate for the position. The Secretariat proceeded to distribute ballot papers to the meeting. With that, the meeting proceeded to cast their votes and adjourned at 4.30 pm. with the scrutineers, vote counters and observer proceeding to the counting room. The meeting re-commenced at 5.30 pm. The Election Officer announced the new Executive Committee line-up for the term as follows- Position Name of Successful Candidates No. of Votes President Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Syed Ibrahim 61 Vice President Megat Zariman Abdul Rahim 78 Honorary Secretary Linda Zain 63 Assistant Secretary Rohazlee Hashim 59 Treasurer Zubaidi Harun EXCO Abd Hamid Ibrahim 77 EXCO Jamalludin Obeng 74 EXCO Capt Ahmad Imran bin Mohd Azmi 55 EXCO Haryati Mustafa 53 EXCO Fareh Ishraf Md Hanipah 52 Position Name of Unsuccessful Candidates No. of Votes President Dato Engr. Mohd Jai Suboh 57 Vice President Mohd Zailani Hassan 36 Vice President Zainudin Zulkifli 5 Honorary Secretary Prof Ir Dr Mohd Shahir Liew 55 Assistant Secretary Dr. Norsaidatul Akmar Mazelan 57 Treasurer Anwar Fazal Ahmad Retracted EXCO Amiruddin Sahudi 37 EXCO Anwar Fazal Ahmad 25 EXCO Manoel Gomes 47 EXCO Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack 41 EXCO Sa aid Hazley Abdul Talib 26 EXCO Dato Wan Hassan Mohd Jamil 32 EXCO Eur Ing Yeo Cheng Kwan 39 EXCO Zainudin Zulkifli 34 Annual General Meeting

49 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING The new MOGSC Executive Committee then took their place at the meeting. Puan Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Syed Ibrahim thanked the meeting for electing her as President for the new term and congratulated the successful candidates and thanked the nominated candidates for participating in the election. She also thanked the past EXCO members for their dedication and contribution to MOGSC. 7.0 TO TRANSACT ANY OTHER ORDINARY BUSINESS The Chairperson invited the meeting to raise any questions that they may have at the meeting. Encik Abdul Muttalib Hussein of Aworldtec Engineering Sdn Bhd noted that the candidates were not given the opportunity to speak before the balloting process and hoped that this would not occur again in the next AGM. Encik Syed Amir Aljunid of HZN Associates (M) Sdn Bhd hoped that the newly elected EXCO would give due consideration to the competency gap and the lack of skilled workers. With many companies laying off their workforces, the EXCO need to look into offering them work opportunities with other companies. He urged the EXCO to take up the new initiatives in a bold manner for the benefit of its members. Encik Haji Zamri bin Said of Marine Energy Sdn Bhd noted that the previous EXCO had failed to uplift the wellbeing of the members by failing to secure projects such as RAPID for the benefit of the members. He urged MOGSC to push for local participation in RAPID and to go all the way up even to the Prime Minister s level if necessary. 48 Annual General Meeting 2017

50 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Encik Sofiyan Yahya of Cekap Technical Services Sdn Bhd emphasized the need to engage with MOGSC members to understand members issues and expectations and to ensure that there are no overlaps in the working group activities. Encik Abd. Hamid Ibrahim of Muhibbah Engineering Bhd highlighted in Clause 9 of the Rules that the Minutes of Meeting need to be issued to the members as soon as possible. He suggested that we should adhere to this rule and issue the Minutes of Meeting before submission to ROS. Dr Mazlee Md Ramli of A1 Niaga Sdn Bhd requested for a special dedicated EXCO to address the competency and training needs of the members. Mr. Yeo Cheng Kwan of Global Petro Solutions Sdn Bhd noted that there are a lot of working groups but since not all are active, some of them should be consolidated. En Zainudin Zulkifli of KNM Berhad suggested that a survey should be sent to members to provide feedback on improvements required from the EXCO members. The Chairperson thanked the meeting for their kind attendance and there being no other business, the meeting ended at 6.10 p.m. with a note of thanks to the Chair. Confirmed as a correct record of the proceedings. SHARIFAH ZAIDA NURLISHA SYED IBRAHIM PRESIDENT LINDA ZAIN HONORARY SECRETARY Dated : 23 rd June 2016 KUALA LUMPUR Annual General Meeting

51 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING MALAYSIAN OIL AND GAS SERVICES COUNCIL (MOGSC) ATTENDANCE SUMMARY 13 th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Wednesday, 27 th April 2016 at 2.00 pm 6.00 pm At Sime Darby Convention Centre NO COMPANY M/s NO NAME 1 A1 NIAGA SDN BHD AECOM PERUNDING SDN BHD AKER ENGINEERING MALAYSIA SDN BHD AMSITO OILWELL SERVICES(M) SDN BHD ASIAN OFFSHORE SERVICES SDN BHD ASTRA OFFSHORE SDN BHD ASTURI METAL BUILDERS (M) SDN BHD AWORLDTEC ENGINEERING SDN BHD BAYAM ENTERPRISE SDN BHD BECHTEL BINA (MALAYSIA) SDN BHD BENTLEY SYSTEM (M) SDN BHD 177 DR MAZLEE MD RAMLI AHMAD MARZUKI TAJUDIN DR TORKIL GANENDRA DATO WAN HASSAN B MOHD JAMIL EDWIN PEREIRA IZKANDAR ABD HAMID ISKANDAR MIRZA FATIHA SHARIF SURAIYA SHARIF ABDUL MUTTALIB HUSSEIN ZULKEFLI ABD.RAUF IR AHMAD ZAINI BALVINDER SINGH 12 BORNEO SEAOFFSHORE SDN BHD 511 TENGKU MUNAWIR ISLAHUDDIN 13 BOUSTEAD ATLAS HALL SDN BHD 128 JAN SANIMAN 14 BUKIT FRASER THERMAL TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD 186 JARRET ONG BUMI ARMADA BERHAD BUMI WANGSA SDN BHD BUREAU VERITAS SDN BHD CAIDMARK SDN BHD CEKAP TECHNICAL SERVICES SDN BHD REZZA HASSAN AHMAD ZULKHAIRI Ir. MEGAT ZARIMAN ABDUL RAHIM DATO SYED OSMAN SYED OMAR SYED ELYAS BIN SYED ABDILLAH WAN HALIM WAN AHMAD MUSTAFA KAMAL IR ABDUL MALIK HUSSEIN BIN ABDUL JALIL SOFIYAN B. YAHYA ANWAR FAZAL B AHMAD 20 DAYA OCI SDN BHD 137 SHAIKH MAZRIZI SHAIKH A RAHIM 21 DAYANG ENTERPRISE SDN BHD 011 HII SU EE 22 DAZLAN ENERGY SDN BHD 503 AZLAN AZIM BIN AZALI 50 Annual General Meeting 2017

52 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NO COMPANY M/s NO NAME 23 DELEUM BERHAD DERMAGA ENERGY SDN BHD DIALOG GROUP BERHAD DUTA MARINE SDN BHD DYNAMIC POSITIONING TECH SDN BHD 425 NAN YUSRI NAN RAHIMY SUFFIAN HADI MOHD NOOR SUHAIMI BIN ABDUL MANAF RAMESH RATNAKRISHNAN MOHD SHAROM AHMAD CAPT HILLARY LEE 28 EDGENTA PROPEL BERHAD 518 SHAIFUL HADY MOHAMAD 29 EFFICIENT TECHNOLOGY SDN BHD EMESAR TECHNOLOGY ENERGY QUEST SDN BHD ENERSEA RESOURCES SDN BHD ERALAB SDN BHD EVERSENDAI OIL & GAS SDN BHD EXCELLENT EE SDN BHD FIRST MARINE SERVICES (M) SDN BHD SA AID HAZLEY ABDUL TALIB MOHAMAD SUKOR ZAINAL ABIDDIN MOHD ZAILANI HASSAN MOHD RAFIZAL RAZALI SHAMSUL NIZAM B ARIFFIN HAIRUN NIZAM MOHD SALLEH IR.AZLIN AZRAI NOOR AZIMAH MUSTAFA AIMAN ALI MOHD TAHIR JAMHARI ANAS ALAM FAIZLI HAZWAN AFIQQ HAMZAH MOHD KHIRUDIN BIN ARSHAT MOHAMMAD SYAFEEQ BIN HASHIM ISFANINA BINTI SAIRI NADA KARTINA BINTI MOHD NOOR 37 FLEMING GULF 352 BREN JESTONI 38 FMC WELLHEAD EQUIPMENT SDN BHD 621 SULAIMAN MAHMOOD 39 GERMANISCHER LLOYD DLM SDN BHD 100 DATUK KAMARUDDIN TAIB 40 GLOBAL CONTAINER FREIGHT SDN BHD 576 PARA SAKTHI EMA MALISA BINTI BOGI 41 GLOBAL PETRO SOLUTIONS SDN BHD 592 YEO CHENG KWAN 42 HEMAT MARINE SDN BHD 593 MOHAMMED TAUFIK HAMZAH 43 HZN ASSOCIATES (M) SDN BHD 390 SYED AMIR ALJUNID 44 IGL SERVICES SDN BHD 622 RAZMAHWATA RAZALLI 45 IMPLICO (M) SDN BHD 450 NORDIN SALLEH 46 INNOPEAK SDN BHD 614 SUZANNA SHAHARI 47 INTEGRATED WELL SERVICES SDN BHD 245 ZA BA YUSUF Annual General Meeting

53 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NO COMPANY M/s NO NAME 48 INTERGRAPH PROCESS POWER & OFFSHORE (M) SDN BHD JORD MALAYSIA SDN BHD K.SHAH ENERGY RESOURCES SDN BHD KEMUNCAK LANAI SDN BHD KNM PROCESS SYSTEMS SDN BHD 019 FAIZAL SOHAIMI WAN ROSNAH WM SHARIFF KEVIN SHAH BIN DATO KADAR SHAH ARIFFIN BIN MOHD HASHIM SHAZLI BIN RAZAK ZAINUDIN BIN ZULKIFLI 53 KONTENA NASIONAL BERHAD 631 MOHD FAIZ HAKIM BIN HJ HUSSAIN 54 KRIMSON COMMUNICATIONS SDN BHD LABUAN SHIPYARD & ENGINEERING SDN BHD LAPTRONICS SDN BHD LEAP ENERGY PARTNERS SDN BHD LIMA BINTANG SHIPPING & FORWARDING SDN BHD 534 DARYL LUKE PINTO SYAQIELA RAHMAN FAZLYATUL AKMAL FADZLINA MUSA STEFWAN NAZIRA HAIDAR BINTI IBRAHIM HARIHARAN THANGAVEL LAURENT ALESSIO LEEZ OTHMAN ADAM ENG JUN QIANG MALAYSIA MARINE AND HEAVY ENGINEERING SDN BHD MALAYSIAN EXHIBITION SERVICES SDN BHD SHAHILAH MUSI MOHD BULKIAH MOHD YUNOS FATIN SARA ABDUL HALIM ALUN JONES SHAHRIL ANUAR 61 MALAYSIAN STRUCTURAL STEEL ASSOCIATION 544 LIM EU SHAWN 62 MARINE ENERGY SDN BHD 344 HAJI ZAMRI BIN SAID 63 MAS KARGO SDN BHD (MALAYSIA AIRLINE BERHAD) 270 AHMAD FUAD BIN AMAN 64 MASER MARINE ENGINEERING SDN BHD 413 ARIF IMRAN ZAHARI 65 MEGALIFT SDN BHD 527 LIM LING LING EMILY KOO 66 MERIDIAN SURVEYS (M) SDN BHD 662 DAVID BAKER 67 MIHC SERVICES SDN BHD 256 AMIRUDDIN SAHUDI HAKIM MASHUD ANITA MOHD 68 MIR VALVE 125 MOHAMED SIRAJ ABDUL RAZACK 69 MISI SETIA OIL & GAS SDN BHD 544 HJ.MOHD ARIS BIN HJ.MOHD ARIF 70 MIT ACADEMY SDN BHD 478 MAJOR VAN WENG HONG 71 MMC OIL & GAS ENGINEERING SDN BHD 004 SHARIFAH ZAIDA NURLISHA NOORUL KHAIRI MOHD NOR 52 Annual General Meeting 2017

54 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NO COMPANY M/s NO NAME 72 MMC TEPAT TEKNIK SDN BHD MMI ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHD MUDROCK MEDIA SDN BHD MUHIBBAH ENGINEERING (M) BHD NAUTICAL RETURNS SDN BHD 601 AHMAD RAZMAN BIN MOHD YUNUS ENRIQUE MUNOZ GARCIA RAZALI HARUN EZRIQ SAJAD ISMAIL SAJAD ABD HAMID IBRAHIM NUR MUHAMMAD INSAN BIN JALIL 77 NEL 531 GILBERT M TONNER 78 NES GLOBAL TALENT OILFIELDS SUPPLY CENTER SDN BHD OLIO RESOURCES SDN BHD OMNI OIL TECHNOLOGIES(M)SDN BHD 419 PAUL ANTHONY ROBINSON MEGAT HAFIZ MEGAT AZIZ DATO RAMLI MD NOR FAREH ISHRAF MD HANIPAH HALIM ZAINAL ABIDIN ABD KARIM JONI ABDULLAH AZLAN ABDULLAH SUHAIMI 82 ORBITAGE SDN BHD 373 PRAMESWARI NAGURU VANITHA DEVI 83 OROGENIC GEOLOGGING SDN BHD 025 SOFFIAN AFFENDY BIN RUSLAN PBJV GROUP SDN BHD PENTAGON FREIGHT & FORWARDING SERVICES SDN BHD MARIYAH YUSOFF ATIQAH HANIS AMIRUL ARSHAD MOHAN MAZURA BINTI ABIDIN 86 PERUNDING PRISM SDN BHD 604 CHOU KEAT FONG PETRA ENERGY SDN BHD PETROHORIZON SDN BHD JAMALUDIN OBENG ALICIA ANN ZARINA ARBI JONATHAN WARIS ANN 89 PETROKAPAL SDN BHD 619 WAN MURDZANI WAN MAHMUD 90 PETROTECHNICAL INSPECTION SDN BHD 159 MOHD NAJIB BIN OTHMAN SALWA KHAIRUNNISA BINTI HAIDER 91 PFC ENGINEERING SDN BHD 058 GADAFFI ABU TALIB POWERTIUM ENGINEERING SDN BHD PRE & TEC SDN BHD DATUK ANUAR NOORDIN DATO ABD AZIZ ALI YAAKOB KASMURI MOHD NOR BIN MD NASIR 94 PRIMELUBE PETROCHEMICALS (M) SDN BHD 670 MOHD FUAD BIN MOHAMED 95 PROTANK GROUP 063 ESHAM SALAM Annual General Meeting

55 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NO COMPANY M/s NO NAME 96 PUNCAK JAYA PETROLEUM SDN BHD PUNJ LLYOD SDN BHD RAKANNUSA CORPORATION (M) SDN BHD RANACO MARINE SDN BHD RB SOLUTIONS SDN BHD RF TEMS SDN BHD RIDER HUNT INTERNATIONAL (M) SDN BHD RUHM MARINE SDN BHD SAMA MAJU MARINE & INDUSTRY SDN BHD SAMUDRA OIL SDN BHD/DESTINI OIL SDN BHD SAPURAKENCANA PETROLEUM BERHAD 059 MUHAMMAD LUAY BAKIR HARYATI MUSTAFA DR ROHAINI BINTI ABDUL RAHIM AGUSSAHAR BIN ABDUL HAMID AHMAD FIRDHAUS BIN RAMLAN WAN ABDUL HARITH BIN A.HALIM AZMAN BIN ABD GHAFAR IR.RASIDI BIN NORMAN MOHD SHAHRIZUL HEDY HASSAN MOHD NOR SYAZWAN STEPHANIE WAN ULLOK CAPT.RAJENDRA SURESH A/L MURUGESU NORAZLINDA MD NOH OOI CHIN CHAI ONN MOHD YUSOFF ANDRE HARUMUGAM RAMLAN MALEK SATUMARIN SDN BHD SBM MALAYSIA SDN BHD CAPT AHMAD FAIZ MOHD SHAHNAZ BIN ABD.RAHMAN AHMAD FAIRUZ YAHAYA MUAMMAR GADAFI HAIRUDIN 109 SCHLUMBERGER WTA SDN BHD 032 ZAHRIS SHAM ABU MUSA SHAHRUL 110 SCOMI GROUP BERHAD 064 ZUBAIDI HARUN 111 SEDIA TEGUH SDN BHD 249 ZAMSARI KAMID ZAINAL FITREE 112 SETEGAP VENTURES PETROLEUM SDN BHD 386 DATO NASRI BIN NASRUN 113 SHAPADU ENERGY & ENGINEERING SDN BHD 438 HAYATI PUASA SILICON DESIGN (M) SDN BHD SIRIM QAS INTERNATIONAL SDN BHD AZHAR NADHIR MANOEL GOMES IR SYED FADZIL SYED MOHAMED FAIZAL MOHAMMAD 116 SJ VARIED SDN BHD 482 ASHWINDRAN KUMARAN SONGKET PETROLEUM SDN BHD SOUTH SEAS OFFSHORE SDN BHD PREM ANAND PILLAI LINDA ZAIN NOOR ZAIDI MAHBEROL MUHAMMAD IMRAN ZAILANI 119 SPIE OIL & GAS SERVICES (M) SDN BHD 383 IR AZMAN AHMAD 120 STERLING INSURANCE BROKERS SDN BHD 201 ABDUL HALIM BIN JANTAN 54 Annual General Meeting 2017

56 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NO COMPANY M/s NO NAME 121 SUPERIOR ENERGY SERVICES SDN BHD 260 ADLAN AHMAD 122 TACTICS ASIA SDN BHD 146 GEOFF WEBB 123 TECHNIP GEOPRODUCTION (M) SDN BHD THINK PLUS CONSULTING SDN BHD TIARA OPHIR SDN BHD 509 RUSHAN RUSLAN DR.NORSAIDATUL AKMAR MAZELAN NUR HASYIMAH MOHAMA AFANDI NOR AZYAN MOHD PANDITA 126 TMR ALAM SDN BHD 427 MAZLAN BIN OMAR ZACHARY LUKE MAZLAN 127 TOYO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION 106 IR. ABD RASHID B. MD SIDEK 128 TRISYSTEMS ENGINEERING SDN BHD 101 SYED RIDHWAN BIN SYED HAMID 129 UKM PAKARUNDING SDN BHD UMW OIL & GAS CORPORATION BERHAD UNIVERSITI TEKNIKAL MARA SDN BHD UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI PETRONAS 316 SYAMSUL AMRI ROHAIZAD DARUS MARYAM SALWAANA KAMAL HAJI ROSLY AHMAD HAJI MOHD RAFIQ ZAKARIA AP DR NOOR AMILA WAN ABD ZAWAWI SITI NUR FATIMAH BINTI MANAP 133 UZMA GROUP 138 DATO NAZA HARON 134 VANGUARD VENTURES SDN BHD 126 HALIMI IBRAHIM VELOSI (M) SDN BHD VESTERA RESOURCES SDN BHD DATO MOHD JAI SUBOH MOHAMAD HASHIM ISMAIL CAPT AHMAD IMRAN MOHD AZMI WAN MUHAMMAD FARIS 137 WASCO ENERGY 076 ROHAZLEE HASHIM 138 WATT EURO-DRIVE (M) SDN BHD 360 CAROL ONG RICKY TAN 139 WEATHERFORD (M) SDN BHD 090 CHARLES BONAVENTURE WILD GEESE GROUP SDN BHD WILHELM TECHNOLOGIES SDN BHD MOHD ZAIMI BIN AYUB AMANDA JAMES NICK SNG WAYNE CHAN 142 WOOD GROUP MUSTANG(M) SDN BHD 292 NOR AZHAR ABD RAZAK 143 XHP VENTURES 279 HAJI IBRAHIM JAA AFAR 144 ZAK PIPING SDN BHD 276 ZULKIFLI MD YUNUS Annual General Meeting

57 MINUTES OF THE 13 TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NO COMPANY M/s NO NAME 145 AUSTRALIAN TRADE COMMISSION A CMS OPUS PRIVATE EQUITY A EIC(ENERGY INDUSTRIES COUNCIL,UK) A014 JULIANA BADLI TAN LEONG HONG WARDA ABDUL AZIZ AZMAN NASIR 148 EUMCCI (MYTRANS ENERGY) A074 LUIS LO PEZ 149 GRAND-FLO SPRITVEST SDN BHD A HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES (M) SDN BHD A084 SYAZWANI OMAR CHIA SIEW KHIM 151 MAXIS BERHAD A086 LEE JIN HWA,RYAN 152 O3B NETWORKS A SYARIKAT TAKAFUL MALAYSIA BERHAD A TELENOR MARITIME AS A088 MOHD FAIZAL B ZAINAL AMRI MORSHIDI MOHD NOR NORHASHIMAH BINTI AHMAD NOR ALBI BT ABD KADIR TOM LØWEHR 155 THEIN NETWORKS A011 T. THEIN AMUTHAM 156 UNITED ELECTRIC CONTROLS CO. A045 BEN WONG Summary: 226 persons from 156 companies attended the 13 th Annual General Meeting 56 Annual General Meeting 2017

58 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 THE 14 th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT ON THE WORKING OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE SESSION 2016/ INTRODUCTION The following is the Report of the Committee for the 2016/2017 session covering the period from 27 th April 2016 until 31 st March MOGSC, with its expansive membership base is the premier business forum for the service providers in the Malaysian Oil & Gas Industry. MOGSC s objectives are to promote members interests within the Oil & Gas Industry and to support the efforts in making Malaysia the regional hub for the Oil & Gas Industry. MOGSC s presence and visibility have continued to increase significantly across the industry through participation in various initiatives and collaborations with industry stakeholders and the government, in the interest of the industry and the national economy. The 2016/2017 Report comprises a compilation of MOGSC activities with an increase in the level of participation and activities for the Malaysian Oil & Gas Industry. 2.0 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Executive Committee and their attendance at Committee Meetings during this period are as follows: 1. Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha President (10/10) (MMC Oil & Gas Engineering Sdn. Bhd.) 2. Ir. Megat Zariman Abdul Rahim Vice President (8/10) (Bumi Armada Bhd.) 3. Linda Zain Honorary Secretary (8/10) (Songket Petroleum Sdn. Bhd.) 4. Zubaidi Harun Treasurer (6/10) (Scomi Group Bhd.) 5. Anas Alam Faizli** Assistant Honorary Secretary (3/3) (Eversendai Corporation Bhd.) Appointed with effect 1 st December Abd Hamid Ibrahim Executive Committee (7/10) (Muhibbah Engineering Bhd.) Annual General Meeting

59 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE [Cont d] 7. Jamalludin Obeng Executive Committee (8/10) (Petra Energy Bhd.) 8. Fareh Ishraf Md Hanipah Executive Committee (9/10) (Olio Resources Sdn. Bhd.) 9. Captain Ahmad Imran Mohd Azmi Executive Committee (9/10) (Vestera Resources Sdn. Bhd.) 10. Haryati Mustafa Executive Committee (8/10) (Punj Lloyd Sdn. Bhd.) 11. Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack* Executive Committee (5/5) (Mir Valve Sdn. Bhd.) Appointed with effect 1 st October Manoel Gomes* Executive Committee (4/5) (Silicon Designs Sdn. Bhd.) Appointed with effect 1 st October Adlan Ahmad* Executive Committee (4/5) (Superior Energy Services (M) Sdn. Bhd.) Appointed with effect 1 st October Sofiyan Yahya Advisor (9/10) (Cekap Technical Services Sdn Bhd) 15. Datuk Ramlan A. Malek Advisor (0/10) (SapuraKencana Petroleum Bhd) 16. Jamal A. Ainul Advisor (2/3) (Schlumberger Group of Companies) Appointed with effect 1 st December 2016 * Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack, Manoel Gomes and Adlan Ahmad joined the Executive Committee in October 2016 after been appointed and agreed by the Executive Committee members during the 108 th / 5 th MOGSC EXCO meeting. ** Anas Alam Faizli joined the Executive Committee in December 2016 after been appointed and agreed by the Executive Committee members during the 110 th / 7 th MOGSC EXCO meeting. Note: Rohazlee Hashim resigned as the Assistant Honorary Secretary on 29 th August Annual General Meeting 2017

60 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / TRUSTEE 1. Datuk Kamaruddin Taib Trustee (DNV GL) Appointed with effect 29 th April Dato Haji Zainal bin Bahari Trustee (Integrated Well Services) Appointed with effect 29 th April Sofiyan Yahya Trustee (Cekap Technical Services) Appointed with effect 29 th April SECRETARIAT The Secretariat team is as follows: Rohazlee Hashim, General Manager i. Member Services 1. Mazni Jumri, Manager 2. Sofiah Arshad, Executive 3. Syakira Najmuddin, Executive 4. Shafiq Hashim, Executive 5. Raimi Farhan, Executive ii. iii. iv. HR & Administration 1. Aini Osman, Executive 2. Syahira Mahmud, Non-Executive Finance 1. Khairul Nizam Aris, Executive ILB Coordinator 1. Roshaya Hassan, Executive The Secretariat is currently operating at Level 23, Menara 3 PETRONAS, Kuala Lumpur City Center, Kuala Lumpur. Note: Rohazlee Hashim was appointed as the General Manager with effect on 1 st September Annual General Meeting

61 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MEMBERSHIP MOGSC membership now stands at 497 members (as at 31 st March 2017) as compared to 608 members at the previous AGM (27 th April 2016). This consists of: 448 Corporate Members 49 Associate Members A total of 56 new members, 46 members was resigned and 121 members was delisted for the Session 2016/ COMMITTEE MEETINGS 5.1 For the 2016/2017 period, a total of ten (10) Executive Committee (EXCO) meetings were held on the following dates: 1) No. 104 th EXCO Meeting Tuesday, 10 th May ) No. 105 th EXCO Meeting Wednesday, 15 th June ) No. 106 th EXCO Meeting Tuesday, 19 th July ) No. 107 th EXCO Meeting Wednesday,17 th August ) No. 108 th EXCO Meeting Wednesday, 21 th September ) No. 109 th EXCO Meeting Wednesday, 12 th October ) No. 110 th EXCO Meeting Wednesday, 16 th November ) No. 111 th EXCO Meeting Wednesday, 18 th January ) No. 112 th EXCO Meeting Wednesday, 15 th February ) No. 113th EXCO Meeting Tuesday, 14 th March The EXCO has approved the re-appointment of Raki CS Tan & Ramanan as the External Auditor. 60 Annual General Meeting 2017

62 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES MOGSC s activities include monthly meetings, forums, talks, brainstorming sessions, dialogues, trainings, seminars, working group meetings, various forms of engagements with industry stakeholders, and EXCO meetings. The major events are highlighted below: NO EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES 13 th Annual General Meeting 1 st SMEWG Meeting (SME Consortium Meeting) 104 th / 1 st EXCO Meeting MOGSEC 2016 Cocktail DATE 27 th April th May th May th May Discussion with Focus Group on Kajian Penyediaan Malaysia Productivity Blueprint 11 (MPB) th May MOGSC-PETRONAS Coral 2.0 Meeting on MLWG Forum CTWG Meeting - Oil & Gas Talents Database Discussion MATRADE Workshop: 12 Essential Steps to Successful Exporting Workshop on Keperluan Pembangunan Modal Insan di Negeri Johor 11 th May th May th May th May nd SME Consortium Meeting with MOGSC EXCO ILB Meeting My-Iran Business Council Meeting MATRADE Event Pengerang: Ruang dan Peluang untuk Syarikat Bumiputera 16 th May th May th May th May st MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2016 Meeting 1 st CTWG Meeting 3 rd SMEWG Chairman Meeting with MOGSC EXCO - presentation on a proposal for setting up a consortium of MOGSC members to bid for RAPID projects MOGSC EXCO Away Day World Heavy Engineering Show - Olygen (PETROGAS) MOGSC EXCO & PETRONAS Senior Leadership Team Dinner 17 th May th May th May th May rd -27 th May th May 2016 Annual General Meeting

63 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 20 MOGSC Presentation to British Group - EIC EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DATE 25 th April CTWG Meeting with Invest KL 25 th May th MOGSEC Task Force Meeting 25 th May st MLWG Meeting 25 th May Meeting with Event Companies 26 th May st MAWG Meeting 26 th May Meeting with JPK 27 th May Pipeline Day 2016 by DNVGL Briefing on Expansion to Oman: Oman Oil & Gas Joint Supplier Registration System (JSRS) 1 st SCORRE WG Meeting 31 st May st May st June nd CTWG Meeting 3 rd June st Finance Committee Meeting 3 rd June Collaboration Event between SME Factors Sdn Bhd (SMEF) & MOGSC 6 th June CTWG Meeting - Committee 8 th June st MCC Meeting 9 th June st AIMWG Meeting 10 th June CWTG Committee Meeting 10 th June MLWG - IMHH Discussion 13 th June nd MLWG Meeting President & Intergraph Meeting 13 th June th June MOGSC - PETRONAS ICT Meeting 15 th June th / 2 nd EXCO Meeting 15 th June th MOGSEC Task Force Meeting 15 th June Annual General Meeting 2017

64 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES MOGSC EXCO Meeting with En. Adif Zulkifli, Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy, PETRONAS MOGSC President & OSV Malaysia Meeting DATE 20 th June st June nd MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2016 Meeting 21 st June CWTG Meeting - Committee 21 st June CORAL 2.0 Pre-IAC Meeting 21 st June nd MCC Meeting 23 rd June st SDWG Meeting 23 rd June st HSEWG Meeting 24 th June SCORRE WG - Technical Meeting with PETRONAS 24 th June st MFWG Meeting 27 th June rd MLWG Meeting 27 th June Presentation by Sterling Insurance Brokers on IMHH 27 th June MOGSC Meet-the-Members - Briefing on PETRONAS NEW Structure 27 th June th CORAL 2.0 Industry Advisory Committee Meeting 28 th June MOGSEC Press Conference 28 th June MOGSC President & OSV Malaysia Meeting 29 th June rd CTWG Meeting 30 th June nd SDWG Meeting 1 st July MOGSC Business Development Meeting with Expro 3 rd MCC Meeting 4 th July th July MOGSC - OSV Malaysia Meeting 14 th July SCORRE WG - Technical Meeting on MOGSC members Collaboration 14 th July nd Finance Committee meeting 15 th July 2016 Annual General Meeting

65 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DATE MAWG - Technical meeting with SIRIM and MPRC at SIRIM Technology Center in Sepang on SIRIM s interest on international standards and setting up of Metering Calibration Center Bengkel Ke-2 Kumpulan Kerja Perlaksanaan Preliminary Study on Demand Side Management by Economic Planning Unit, Prime Minister s Department 2 nd HSEWG Meeting 15 th July th July th July nd AIMWG Meeting 18 th July th MOGSEC Task Force Meeting 19 th July MOU between Lembaga Pelabuhan Bintulu dan Bintulu Supply Base Sdn Bhd 19 th July th / 3 rd EXCO Meeting MAWG - Meeting with CORAL 2.0 metering representative on setting up of Metering Calibration Center and way forward activities 2 nd SCORRE WG Meeting 19 th July th July th July nd MFWG Meeting 20 th July MAWG - Technical Meeting with GTS on setting up of Metering Calibration Center 20 th July CTWG Sub-Committee ILB Meeting 21 st July CTWG Sub-committee for National Oil and Gas Council for Employment Meeting 21 st July CORAL 2.0 Engineering Integrated Digital Solutions Workshop 22 nd July EPCC Consortium Meeting 22 nd July rd MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2016 Meeting 22 nd July International Conference on Business Opportunities Post Sanction Era in Iran 26 th -27 th July st Johor Sector Meeting 1 st International Sector Meeting 26 th July th July ILB Meeting 28 th July SCORRE WG - Meeting on CORAL 2.0 SCORRE Forum 28 th July MOGSC EXCO & PETRONAS Downstream Leadership Team Dinner 28 th July Annual General Meeting 2017

66 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 88 MOGSC Hari Raya Open House EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DATE 29 th July rd SCORRE WG Meeting 1 st August SCORRE WG Meeting with CORAL 2.0 MOGSC Meeting with KOTRA and Malaysia Inc 3 rd HSEWG Meeting CITP Working Group Meeting on Human Capital 4 th MLWG Meeting Meeting with Austrade on Working Group matters 12 th MOGSEC Task Force Meeting 1 st Sarawak Sector Meeting MAWG meeting with PETRONAS 3 rd SDWG Meeting Intergraph Cost Control Teaser Seminar 2 nd MAWG Meeting 1 st MLWG IMHH Forum Discussion 4 th MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2016 Meeting 4 th MCC Meeting SCORRE WG - technical meeting on satellite services technology for offshore connectivity 107 th / 4 th EXCO Meeting MOGSC Meet-the-Members - Updates on PRPC Projects 1 st TIWG Meeting SCORRE WG - Preparatory Discussion for MDEC, PETRONAS and MOGSC Engagement CTWG Subcommittee Meeting 2 nd August nd August nd August rd August rd August rd August th August th August th August th August th August th August th August th August th August th August th August th August th August th August nd August 2016 Annual General Meeting

67 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 111 EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES SCORRE WG - MDEC, PETRONAS and MOGSC Meeting DATE 22 nd August MOGSC Meeting with PETRONAS Technology Replication Thrust 23 rd August th SDWG Meeting MAWG Forum 3 rd MFWG Meeting MOGSC Meeting with En. Adif Zulkifkli, Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy, PETRONAS 13 th MOGSEC Task Force Meeting 23 rd August th August th August th August th August SCORRE WG - CORAL 2.0 Meeting, SCORRE activity update 25 th August Meeting with Canada High Commission Trade representative 25 th August MOGSC Meeting with GE 25 th August EXCO Members discussion on CORAL 2.0 Updates 25 th August nd MLWG IMHH Forum Discussion 27 th August President Meeting with PETRONAS 29 th August TIWG Committee Meeting 30 th August OzMOG Meeting 4 th SCORRE WG Meeting MOGSC Meeting with Datuk Manharlal Ratilal, Executive Vice President & Group CFO PETRONAS 3 rd MLWG - IMHH Forum Discussion 5 th MLWG Meeting 4 th HSEWG Meeting with PETRONAS HSE SMEWG Meeting for PUNB Collaboration 30 th August st September st September nd September th September th September th September MLWG - IMHH Forum 7 th September Attended GE Digital Advantage Conference th September Annual General Meeting 2017

68 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES SCORRE WG - Meeting with PETRONAS on SCORRE Forum Sarawak Sector Meeting with WG Chairperson MOGSEC 2016: MOGSC President s interview with Astro Awani 14 th MOGSEC Task Force Meeting 5 th MCC Meeting DATE 8 th September th September th September th September th September MOGSEC 2016: MOGSC President s interview with Nanyang Siang Pau 21 st September th / 5 th EXCO Meeting 21 st September SCORRE WG - Meeting with NTT Communications on participation in SCORRE 21 st September Meeting with US Embassy 22 nd September th MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2016 Meeting 26 th September Meeting Clough from OZMOG to join MOGSC 27 th September nd Sarawak Sector Meeting 28 th September th MFWG Meeting with Myanmar Oil & Gas Services Society (MOGSS) 29 th September MAWG Meeting with RAPID Team 29 th September SCORRE WG - Meeting with CORAL 2.0 on SCORRE forum Meetings with Austrade, US Trade and various foreign companies/trade visitors at MOGSEC 2016 The 3 rd Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Exhibition and Conference (MOGSEC) th MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2016 Meeting MOGSC as Industry Lead Body for Oil & Gas Forum - KL Korea National Day Celebration 30 th September th -30 th September th -30 th September th October th October th October SCORRE WG - Meeting PETRONAS on bandwidth connectivity forum progress HSEWG - 1 st Sub-Committee - Leadership 5 th October th October HSEWG - 1 st Sub-Committee - Culture & Behavior 6 th October 2016 Annual General Meeting

69 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 157 HSEWG - 1 st Sub-Committee - Competency EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DATE 6 th October HSEWG - 1 st Sub-Committee - System & Structure CIP Conference - organizer Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia Commencement of Mobile Clinic 6 th October th October th October th CTWG Meeting 7 th October MOGSC Futsal Tournament th October MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2016 Meeting and Food Testing 10 th October President Meeting with PETROFAC Country Manager 11 th October SCORRE WG - Meeting PETRONAS on update for bandwidth connectivity initiative 11 th October Meeting SECORA(organized by AUSTRADE) to join MOGSC 11 th October MOGSC as Industry Lead Body for Oil & Gas Forum - Johor 12 th October Technology Outlook th October th MLWG Meeting 12 th October th / 6 th EXCO Meeting 2 nd SMEWG Meeting IMHH Follow-up Meeting with Sterling Insurance Brokers Meeting with PETRONAS GTS 12 th October th October th October th October th MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2016 Meeting 14 th October st OTC Asia 2018 Malaysia Task Force Meeting TIWG Meeting with MPRC icep Industry Reception 14 th October th October th October SCORRE WG - CORAL 2.0 update on SCORRE and bandwidth connectivity initiative 14 th October President Meeting with Pos Malaysia 17 th October Annual General Meeting 2017

70 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 180 EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES SCORRE WG - MOGSC, PETRONAS and MDEC Meeting DATE 17 th October Follow up Meeting on Sustaining the OSV Industry Meeting to discuss Engineering Services Sub-Sector Meeting on National Calibration Centre MOGSC as Industry Lead Body for Oil & Gas Forum - Kuantan 17 th October th October th October th October Attended Global Business Services Forum Organized by Worldlabs Global Sdn Bhd 20 th October Meeting with PETRONAS Technology Ventures & Austrade 20 th October th MCC Meeting 20 th October nd Johor Sector Meeting 21 st October CORAL 2.0 IAC Meeting 24 th October Meeting with MATRADE & MDCC 24 th October CITP Working Group Meeting on Workforce 25 th October Meeting with British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce 25 th October MFWG Committee discussion on organizing talk on Renewable Energy 26 th October My-PPT Program - ILB 26 th October MOGSC Meet-the-Members - PETRONAS PD&T - Engagement with the Industry 8 th MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner 2016 Meeting President meeting with Pn Zahariah Abd Rahman, SGM Group Strategic Communications, PETRONAS Meeting with The Institution of Engineers Malaysia and SIRIM MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner th October st October st November rd November th November rd MAWG Meeting Lunch with Satumarin 8 th November th November MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner Post Mortem 8 th November 2016 Annual General Meeting

71 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 203 EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES CITP Working Group in Human Capital Development DATE 9 th November th MLWG Meeting 5 th SCORRE WG Meeting Attended La Camara Super Networking Cocktail Reception Johor Sector - Meeting with En. M Latif M Taib, PETRONAS Refinery and Petrochemical Corporation to discuss on the site visit ILB 2017 Plan Discussion 9 th November th November th November th November th November Meeting with JPK 11 th November CTWG - IECex Certification Discussion 11 th November Working Group Discussion 11 th November Invitation - 10 th Anniversary Celebration of Cendor Field at The Royale Chulan Hotel 14 th November th / 7 th EXCO Meeting MOGSC Meet-the-Members - PETRONAS Gas Berhad - Engagement with the Industry Johor Sector - Meeting with Tuan Hj Sazali b Abd Hamid, Pengerusi Angkasa Negeri Johor MPRC Meeting Fabricators (MFWG committee) 16 th November th November th November th November HSEWG 2 nd Sub-Committee Meeting - Leadership Meeting with Scottish Development International - Energy Team Johor Sector - Meeting with Capt Intiaz Hussein from MOLF Ramunia, Speaker for MTM Johor Sector Johor Sector - MTM venue site visit and meeting with Hotel Sales Person 6 th SCORRE WG Meeting Meet the Members Johor Sector Visit to Pengerang Integrated Complex 17 th November th November th November th November th November st November nd November PERKESO - International Forum on Disability Management 2016 Mesyuarat Penyelarasan Aktiviti-Aktiviti Badan Peneraju Industri (ILB) Bagi Tahun nd November rd November Annual General Meeting 2017

72 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 226 Meeting with Website Developer - UNO EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DATE 24 th November DP Talk Workshop Satumarin Meeting with Roscongress Foundation MOGSC Way Forward Strategy Meeting 7 th MCC Meeting 29 th November th November th November th November MOGSC - OSV Malaysia Meeting 30 th November MGA-MOGSC Industry Gala Dinner Close account Meeting 30 th November PETRONAS, OSV Malaysia and MOGSC Meeting 1 st December th CTWG Meeting 2 nd December MOGSC Bowling Tournament rd December nd TIWG Year End Review Meeting 7 th December Meeting with PTVSB & Austrade on Global Value Chain Program 8 th December th MLWG Meeting 9 th December Meeting with MGA Secretary General (En. Rosman Hamzah) 9 th December Meeting with PwC - Debt Restructuring, Cost Optimisation and Big Data/Analytics HSEWG 2 nd Sub-Committee Meeting - Culture & Behavior Seminar: Big Data, IoT & Cloud Konsortium PetroHub Briefing 8 th MCC Meeting Special MOGSC EXCO Meeting 9 th December th December th December th December th December th December Follow-up meeting: PD&T and MOGSC 1 st Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion 16 th December th December Meeting with Roland Berger 16 th December 2016 Annual General Meeting

73 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 249 MOGSC Secretariat Training EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DATE 19 th December Malaysian Inc Meeting 19 th December Training proposal for collaboration with MOGSC 20 th December Safety Walk (HSE Inspection) for Menara 3 PETRONAS 20 th December MOGSC Secretariat Training 22 nd December Presentation on NOSS 2017 by MOGSC Meeting ILB with Information Broadcasting Network 1 st MLWG Marine Digitization Forum Discussion Meeting ILB with JPK and OPITO ILB Discussion Meeting with Dato Raiha Azni Abd Rahman, SVP of Group Human Resource Management PETRONAS Meeting with Lawyer on IMHH 22 nd December rd December rd December th December rd January th January th January nd Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion 6 th January th CTWG Meeting Korea Total Engineering Service Company present to MOGSC with Technology Depository Agency (TDA) 1 st MOGSC Golf Discussion 2 nd MOGSC Golf Discussion EIC Breakfast Talk 9 th MLWG Meeting MOGSC President Courtesy Visit to Shell Malaysia Chairman Meeting with Arkadin Services CTWG Meeting - Training Strategy Lunch with the incoming MGA Secretary General En. Rosman Hamzah & Farewell for Mr Ho Sook Wah, the outgoing MGA Secretary General 6 th January th January th January th January th January th January th January th January th January th January Annual General Meeting 2017

74 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 272 EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES President Meeting with CEO of TARGET Energy Solutions DATE 12 th January Australia Training Company Presentation Discussion on NOSS 2017 Finalization MOGSC President Meeting with Pn Marina Taib, PETRONAS 2 nd OTC Asia Task Force Meeting 13 th January th January th January th January nd MLWG Marine Digitization Forum Discussion 17 th January NOSS 2017 Meeting 17 th January Courtesy visit by South Sudan Minister of Petroleum to MOGSC Office 17 th January th / 8 th EXCO Meeting 18 th January Khrone Emas - New Office Opening at Axis Business Campus 19 th January rd Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion 20 th January HSEWG 3 rd Sub-Committee Meeting - Leadership Meeting 23 rd January HSEWG 3 rd Sub-Committee Meeting - Culture & Behavior Meeting 23 rd January HSEWG 2 nd Sub-Committee Meeting - Competency Meeting 23 rd January HSEWG 2 nd Sub-Committee Meeting - System & Structure Meeting 3 rd MLWG Marine Digitization Forum Discussion MOGSEC 2016 Post Mortem & MOGSEC 2018 kick off Meeting Mesyuarat Susulan Penyelarasan Tajuk NOSS untuk Pembangunan NOSS Tahun 2017 oleh ILB Australia Day at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Courtesy Lunch with MPRC President/CEO at Malaysian Petroleum Club 3 rd Johor Sector Meeting 23 rd January rd January th January th January th January th January th January Murphy Contractor Training and Competency Group 26 th January th MLWG Marine Digitization Forum Discussion 26 th January 2017 Annual General Meeting

75 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 295 ILB Smartbook Project Meeting EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DATE 26 th January rd Golf Committee Meeting 2 nd February Meeting with Serba Dinamik 2 nd February Meeting with IDC Market Research (M) Sdn Bhd 2 nd February th MCC Meeting 3 rd February Bursa Malaysia Briefing on New Market 6 th February th MAWG Committee Meeting 7 th February st Decommissioning Working Group Workshop / Meeting 7 th February Iran National Day Celebration 7 th February Johor Sector Committee Meeting 7 th February th MLWG Meeting 8 th February GM Meeting with MPRC 4 th Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion 7 th CTWG Meeting 4 th Golf Committee Meeting Sesi Focus Group Discussion bagi kajian penerimaan kurikulum latihan kemahiran terhadap kebolehkerjaan graduan Sistem Persijilan Kemahiran Malaysia (SPKM) MOGSC CORAL 2.0 Swath Presentation MATRADE-Industry Communication Day 2017 Meeting with PETRONAS ICT on Marine Digitization Forum 112 th / 9 th EXCO Meeting 8 th February th February th February th February th February th February th February th February th February MGA Tea Talk - HRDF & 1Malaysia Outplacement Centre (1MOC) 15 th February #5 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion PwC Talk - Fueling Sustainability: Financial Restructuring in the O&G Services Sector at Hilton Kuala Lumpur 16 th February th February Annual General Meeting 2017

76 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO 318 EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES Meeting with Tan Sri Sidek Hassan on Sustaining Women Workforce in Oil & Gas DATE 20 th February UTP Workshop on Proposed Bachelor of Coastal and Offshore Engineering 21 st February MOGSC - PETRONAS Annual Industry Review 2016 MFWG Committee Meeting 5 th Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion 21 st February st February nd February Oil & Gas HR Forum at Impiana Hotel Kuala Lumpur 23 rd February MOGSC Engagement with JPDC 23 rd February th Johor Sector Meeting 24 th February #6 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion 24 th February International Investors Oil & Gas Thought Leaders Roundtable Discussion 24 th February Rosen Meeting - Floris Verhagen 27 th February Launch of MPRC th February SCORRE WG - Meeting with PETRONAS ICT on way forward on IoT #7 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion 28 th February th February CITP Working Group Meeting on Workforce 28 th February CTWG Training Strategy Sub-Committee Meeting 28 th February MOGSC-MGA Steering Committee Meeting - Industry Golf 1 st March MOGSC Engagement with MOGEC 1 st March Invitation: UBM & MES Press Conference Invitation from MIDA to Malaysia Investment Performance 2016 SWATH Presentation Meeting CTWG - Retrenchment portal-sputnik Global Consulting 2 nd March nd March nd March rd March #8 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion 3 rd March 2017 Annual General Meeting

77 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DATE 341 Program Bina Niaga PIPC Organized by JPDC 6 th March Meeting with JPDC 6 th March Courtesy Lunch with En. Ruslan Abdul Ghani, PETRONAS CORAL 2.0 Chairman 6 th March SWATH Presentation to CORAL 2.0 PAC Advisory Committee 6 th March #9 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion 6 th March Meeting with Target Energy Solutions on Digital Energy Cloud 7 th March MOGSC-MGA Industry Golf Committee Meeting 7 th March CTWG - Training Catalogue Meeting 7 th March HSE Logo and Slogan Competition - Selection Meeting 7 th March Marine Digitization Forum 8 th March Design & Publication Meeting Meeting with Spanish Company E&M COMBUSTION 2 nd Decommissioning Working Group Meeting 8 th March th March th March CTWG - Newsletter Meeting Johor Sector Committee visit to RAPID (to identify the location for MOGSC Cabin) MOGSC Engagement with MOCA Invitation to TÜV SÜD Customers Appreciation Dinner 9 th March th March th March th March Post Mortem HR Forum Meeting OTC Asia 2018 Malaysia Task Force Meeting #3 113 th /10 th EXCO Meeting MOGSC Meet-the-Members - Bursa Malaysia New Market Engagement NEL South East Asia Flow Measurement Conference 2017 & NEL Training Courses 11 th MLWG Meeting 13 th March th March th March th March th -16 th March th March Annual General Meeting 2017

78 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / 2017 NO CTWG - Competency Framework meeting CTWG - NRGEdge Presentation-Portal EVENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES DATE 17 th March th March IMM & SSPC Cooperation Agreement Signing Ceremony 17 th March CTWG - Newsletter Meeting 20 th March Launch of the HRDF Human Capital Strategic Initiatives 20 th March MOGSC - MPRC - MATRADE Meeting on Oil & Gas sub-sectors for Export MOGSC Engagement with OSV Malaysia Smartbook Project Meeting with PETRONAS 20 th March st March st March Meeting with The Centre for Instructor and Advanced Skill Training (CIAST) Seminar on The Challenge and Future of Oil & Gas Sector in Malaysia - DNVGL, Royal Norwegian Embassy, MPRC MOGSC-MGA Industry Golf - Committee Meeting #3 22 nd March th March th March Bengkel Pihak Berkepentingan Sistem Jaminan Kualiti Tunggal Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Dan Kajian Semula Kerangka Kelayakan Malaysia (Malaysian Qualifications Framework, MQF) 29 th March Meeting with AmInvestment Bank OTC Asia 2018 Launch & Industry Reception 29 th March th March Workshop on Increasing Utilisation of Natural Gas - MGA CITP Meeting - Initiative Working Group on Continue Investment in Human Capital Development in Construction 10 th MCC Meeting PETRONAS Activity Outlook 2017 Session 29 th March th March th March st March HSEWG - 3 rd Sub-Committee Meeting - Competency 31 st March 2017 Summary: A total of 382 Meetings were conducted in the period from the last AGM on 27 th April 2016 till 31 st March 2017 (ie 50 weeks). An average of 7.6 meetings per week. Annual General Meeting

79 MOGSC 2016 POST SHOW REPORT 78 Annual General Meeting 2017

80 MOGSC 2016 POST SHOW REPORT Annual General Meeting

81 MOGSC 2016 POST SHOW REPORT 80 General Annual Annual Meeting General 2017 Meeting 2017

82 MOGSC 2016 POST SHOW REPORT EXHIBITOR S Feedback Objective Met? Good 49% Satisfactory 44% Excellent 5% Unsatisfactory 2% Yes 97% No 3% Quality and Quantity of the Attendees How Exhibitors Rated MOGSEC 2016 Good 53% Satisfactory 32% Yes 94% No 6% Will They Be Participating in MOGSEC 2018? Excellent 15% We have always seen and will continue to see MOGSEC as another important platform to showcase our Malaysian OGSE capabilities. We hope to see this initiative grow to reach out to more OGSE players in Malaysia, as well as extend its outreach to other industry players across the region. En Azwan Shukor Vice President Promotion & Business Opportunities Malaysian Petroleum Resources Corporation (MPRC) Creative, Innovative and Effective! IR Abdul Malik Hussein Sr. Mechanical Eng. Consultant Caidmark Sdn Bhd MOGSEC is a good platform to create brand awareness among industry players. En Muhammad Yunus Manager, Mentor Solutions and Resources Sdn Bhd Annual General Meeting

83 MOGSC 2016 POST SHOW REPORT VISITOR 5,992 Visitors Came from 43 Countries Australia Austria Bangladesh Brazil Brunei Canada China Colombia Curacao Denmark France Germany Hong Kong India Indonesia Ireland Italy Japan Kazakhstan Korea (South) Libya Malaysia Mexico New Zealand Norway Pakistan Portugal Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore South Sudan Sudan Taiwan Thailand The Netherlands Tonga Turkey United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Vietnam Yemen MOGSEC is very useful and knowledgable for the Marine industry. En Mohd Nazrin B Mohamad Fozi Director, Rahman Brothers Automotive Sdn Bhd Visitors of MOGSEC 2016 were from the following Sectors: Approval/Testing/Inspection Services Boats & Vessels Services Chemical Plant/Factory Construction Distributor/Manufacturer s Representative Drilling Contractor/Equipment Education & Training Engineering Construction & Contracting Services Environmental Protection/Solutions Control Financial Services Geological/Geophysical Seismic Services Inspection/Maintenance Equipment LNG/Petrochemical Plant Manufacturer s Representative/Vendor Marine Support Natural Oil Company/Government Institutions Offshore Platforms/Supplies/Services Oil & Gas Exploration, Production & Distribution Oil & Gas Processing & Refinery Pipelines Operation/Installation Plant Engineering & Construction Process Engineering Project Consultancy Repair Services (including Welding Shops) Research & Development Rig/Fabricator/Operator Security Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Trade Associations Transportation, Storage & Handling Their Purpose for Attending To Purchase Products A good platform to explore current and future markets! En Anuar Abdullah SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad To Recommend Purchase of Products To Source for the Latest Market Information Others Good overall representation given the difficult economic field. Mr Hartley James Derek Technical Director, Applied Corrosion Engineering Services Sdn Bhd It s a good programme. The organisers should continue with MOGSEC! En Abdul Qaiyum Alidin Head of Engineering and Project Management, Resonics Consultancy 82 Annual General Meeting 2017

84 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS The following Working Groups were active from the period 27 th April 2016 to 31 st March 2017 after the consolidation of the various Working Group during the EXCO Away Day on 20 th May ASSET INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT WORKING GROUP (AIMWG) Working Group Mentor Committee Asset Integrity Management Working Group (AIMWG) Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack Faizal Sohaimi, Intergraph Process Vincent Tan CK/Shawn, Star Energy Process Mohd Najib Othman, SGS (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd Wan Halim Wan Ahmad, Bureau Veritas Capt Abdul Rahman, Cekap Technical Services Antony Danial D cruz, Valser Peter Davies, RGM Asia Pacific, EMUCI Lim Eu Shawn, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS VISION To establish Malaysia as a hub of excellence for Asset Integrity Management Services in Asia Pacific Region MISSION To promote the development of Asset Integrity Management Services among all asset owners/holders Vission / Mission / Objective Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities OBJECTIVES Creating awareness of Asset Integrity Management Services. Collaborate with industry stakeholder in relation with Asset Integrity Management. Promote Asset Integrity Management in the Malaysian Oil & Gas Industry as sustainable business. Increase local capability by providing a platform for foreign and Malaysian industry to collaborate. Regulatory in upstream business by government to increase safety by asset integrity. This Asset Integrity initiative should be complied with current government regulation i.e. OSHA, and the arrangement must be matched between the regulator and operator:- i. Special Skim Inspection discussion on the owner responsibility, including onshore and offshore. ii. Positive direction and more AIM initiative involving onshore and offshore. iii. AIMWG to be a middle man between DOSH and Industry in the sense of standardization of regulation. With downturn of industry and downsizing by companies, the Chairman, Justin Nga resigned as Chairperson Plan to approach new Chairperson and re-activate Asset Integrity Working Group and plan programs for the year NO 1 1 st AIMWG Meeting 2 2 nd AIMWG Meeting List of 2016/2017 Activities - AIMWG DATE Friday, 10 th June 2016 Monday, 18 th July 2016 Annual General Meeting

85 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.2 COMPETENCY & TRAINING WORKING GROUP (CTWG) Working Group Mentor Chairperson Deputy Chairperson Secretary Competency & Training Working Group (CTWG) Ir. Megat Zariman Abdul Rahim Ir. Megat Zariman Abdul Rahim Judy Wong, Deleum Berhad Geoff Webb, Tactics Asia Committee Head of ILB Subcommittee Head of Events Subcommittee Head of Retrenchment and Outplacement Subcommittee Col (R) Kamarul Baharin, Check-6 Dr Norsaidatul Akmar Mazelan, Thinkplus Consulting Edwin Chan, The Ayers Group Head of Training Subcommittee Ahmad Fariz Azhar, Pace Up VISION Establish MOGSC as oil and gas center of reference for competency and training Vission / Mission / Objective Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities MISSION Develop framework for competency development through collaboration among Government, Industry and Academic Institution OBJECTIVES Develop expertise reference Develop competency skills, reference and guidelines Define certification process guideline Develop/Promote Training Development Opportunities Assess Market Needs Regularly Drive Knowledge & Information Sharing to drive Change Management Development of 10 NOSS Seminar on Pusat Bertauliah for training provider members Market Research on Oil & Gas Skills Gap in Upstream Development of Training Services Matrix Submission and Approval of 300 PPT Development of SmartBook for Secondary School Reference for Oil & Gas Creation of Database of Experts Oil & Gas Career Fair MOGSC Competency Newsletter Development of Certification Framework Process Development of an Oil and Gas Competency framework 84 Annual General Meeting 2017

86 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.2 COMPETENCY & TRAINING WORKING GROUP (CTWG) [Cont d] NO CTWG Meeting - O & G Talents Database Discussion ILB Meeting 1 st CTWG Meeting CTWG Meeting with Invest KL 2 nd CTWG meeting CTWG Committee Meeting CWTG Committee Meeting CWTG Committee Meeting 3 rd CTWG Meeting CTWG - Event Sub-Committee Meeting CTWG Sub-Committee ILB Meeting CTWG Sub-Committee for National Oil and Gas Council for Employment Meeting ILB Meeting CTWG Subcommittee Meeting ILB Promotional Sessions MOGSC as Industry Lead Body for Oil & Gas Industry Forum - Kuala Lumpur 4 th CTWG Meeting List of 2016/2017 Activities CTWG ILB Promotional Sessions MOGSC as Industry Lead Body for Oil & Gas Industry Forum - Johor Bahru ILB Promotional Sessions MOGSC as Industry Lead Body for Oil & Gas Industry Forum - Kuantan ILB - My-PPT Program (100 submission of PPT certifications) ILB - NOSS Development i. Piping Operation & Maintenance Level 4 & 5 ii. Instrumentation Maintenance Level 4 & 5 iii. QMI Construction Level 4 & 5 DATE Wednesday, 11 th May 2016 Monday, 16 th May 2016 Tuesday, 17 th May 2016 Wednesday, 25 th May 2016 Friday, 3 rd June 2016 Wednesday, 8 th June 2016 Friday, 10 th June 2016 Tuesday, 21 st June 2016 Thursday, 30 th June 2016 Monday, 18 th July 2016 Thursday, 21 st July 2016 Thursday, 21 st July 2016 Thursday, 28 th July 2016 Monday, 22 nd August 2016 Wednesday, 5 th October 2016 Friday, 7 th October 2016 Wednesday, 12 th October 2016 Wednesday, 19 th October 2016 Wednesday, 26 th October 2016 October ILB 2017 Plan Discussion Thursday, 10 th November Meeting with JPK Friday, 11 th November 2016 Annual General Meeting

87 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.2 COMPETENCY & TRAINING WORKING GROUP (CTWG) [Cont d] NO CTWG - IECex Certification Discussion 5 th CTWG Meeting Presentation NOSS 2017 Meeting ILB with JPK and OPITO List of 2016/2017 Activities CTWG Mesyuarat Penyelarasan Aktiviti-Aktiviti Badan Peneraju Industri (ILB) Bagi Tahun st Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion Meeting ILB with Information Broadcasting Network ILB Discussion Meeting with Dato Raiha Azni Abd Rahman, SVP of Group Human Resource Management PETRONAS 2 nd Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion 6 th CTWG Meeting CTWG - Training Strategy Meeting Discussion on NOSS 2017 Finalization NOSS 2017 Meeting 3 rd Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion Mesyuarat Susulan Penyelarasan Tajuk NOSS untuk Pembangunan NOSS Tahun 2017 oleh ILB ILB Smartbook Project Meeting 4 th Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion 7 th CTWG Meeting 5 th Oil & Gas HR Forum Discussion Oil & Gas HR Forum at Impiana Hotel Kuala Lumpur CTWG O&G Competency Framework Meeting CTWG Training Strategy Sub-Committee Meeting DATE Friday, 11 th November 2016 Wednesday, 23 rd November Friday, 2 nd December 2016 Friday, 16 th December 2016 Thursday, 22 nd December 2016 Friday, 23 rd December 2016 Thursday, 29 th December 2016 Tuesday, 3 rd January 2017 Wednesday, 4 th January 2017 Friday, 6 th January 2017 Friday, 6 th January 2017 Thursday, 12 th January 2017 Friday, 13 th January 2017 Tuesday, 17 th January 2017 Friday, 20 th January 2017 Tuesday, 24 th January 2017 Thursday, 26 th January 2017 Friday, 10 th February 2017 Friday, 10 th February 2017 Wednesday, 22 nd February 2017 Thursday, 23 rd February 2017 Tuesday, 28 th February 2017 Tuesday, 28 th February Annual General Meeting 2017

88 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.2 COMPETENCY & TRAINING WORKING GROUP (CTWG) [Cont d] NO List of 2016/2017 Activities CTWG CTWG - Retrenchment portal-sputnik Global Consulting Meeting 8 th CTWG Meeting CTWG - Training Catalogue Meeting CTWG - Newsletter Meeting Post Mortem HR Forum Meeting CTWG - Competency Framework Meeting CTWG - NRGEdge Presentation-Portal Meeting CTWG - Newsletter CTWG Meeting CTWG - Smartbook Project Meeting with PETRONAS Meeting with The Centre for Instructor and Advanced Skill Training (CIAST) Bengkel Pihak Berkepentingan Sistem Jaminan Kualiti Tunggal Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) dan Kajian Semula Kerangka Kelayakan Malaysia (Malaysian Qualifications Framework, MQF) DATE Thursday, 2 nd March 2017 Friday, 3 rd March 2017 Tuesday, 7 th March 2017 Thursday, 9 th March 2017 Monday, 13 th March 2017 Friday, 17 th March 2017 Friday, 17 th March 2017 Monday, 20 th March 2017 Tuesday, 21 st March 2017 Wednesday, 22 nd March 2017 Wednesday, 29 th March 2017 Annual General Meeting

89 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.2 COMPETENCY & TRAINING WORKING GROUP (CTWG) [Cont d] CTWG Activity Report By Ir. Megat Zariman Abdul Rahim VP, MOGSC Mentor & Chairman, Competency & Training Working Group Introduction The Competency & Training Working Group(CTWG) has been bustling with programs and activities since May Up to March 2017, CTWG conducted 56 activities covering Events, Working Group Meetings and Subcommittee Meetings, as well as smaller group discussions and stakeholder engagements. CTWG is the most active Working Group in MOGSC. The high activity level of CTWG is because of the commitment, dedication, and passion of the CTWG working committees as well as CTWG members. Each Monthly CTWG Meeting is attended by more than 20 people.it is the only working group in MOGSC that holds its monthly member meeting outside of MOGSC office due to large number of participations. CTWG Roadmap In 2016, CTWG released its 5 Year Roadmap. The MOGSC Competency Development Roadmap covers 6 main objectives which are defined as follows: To create a database aof O&G experts. To develop an O&G competency skills framework. To Define certification process guidelines. To develop and promote training development opportunities for members To assess market needs regularly. To drive knowledge and information sharing to drive Change Management Figure 1: CTWG Roadmap These core objectives support the goal of MOGSC fulfilling its responsibility as the O&G Industry Lead Body (ILB). We also want to create a landscape that nurtures continuous availability of competent Malaysian workforce in the Oil and Gas sector. 88 Annual General Meeting 2017

90 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.2 COMPETENCY & TRAINING WORKING GROUP (CTWG) [Cont d] Industry Lead Body Many of the activities in 2016 of CTWG were around delivering on our commitment as an ILB.We also want to set the foundation for future initiatives, activities and plans for the next 5 years. In line with the roadmap, several high-profile activities were held. The major achievements included the following: ILB Deliverables: Completion of 3 NOSS Joint Seminars with JPK on Industry Lead Body Role & Promotion at Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bharu, and Kuantan Submission of PPT applications Seminar on DPIN Engagements with JPK through various dialogs, presentations, and conferences. Oil & Gas HR Forum Delivering on ILB commitments was challenging. MOGSC was awarded an ILB Grant of RM348,000 to deliver on the scope mentioned above. The time pressure of delivering all the scope within 6 months proved to be arduous, but achievable, due to the full support of the CTWG Event committee, ILB Committee and CTWG Members. The feedback from JPK was extremely positive. And MOGSC gained valuable lessons in delivering the scope and we are confident to do more in MOGSC has been appointed as the ILB for the Oil and Gas sector since This is an exclusive and privileged appointment by Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran(JPK) under Ministry of Human Resource. As the ILB, MOGSC acts as the trusted advisor to the Ministry to spearhead skills and competency development for Oil & Gas. The CTWG roadmap essentially focuses on ensuring the responsibility as an ILB is fulfilled. MOGSC presented the Roadmap to JPK at the end of 2016 and it was very well received by JPK. The roadmap has been the basis for very productive discussions between MOGSC and JPK on future events, activities, initiatives, and plans. MOGSC is confident that there is solid alignment between the Oil and Gas industry and the Government through JPK. Annual General Meeting

91 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.2 COMPETENCY & TRAINING WORKING GROUP (CTWG) [Cont d] Oil and Gas Forum Another significant achievement by CTWG was the Oil & Gas Forum that was conducted on 23 rd February The event was an overwhelming success. There were nearly 150 participants which included a number of high level HR practitioners from Operators as well as the Service Provider community. The session was beautifully engaged as Ybhg. Dato Raiha Azni Abd Rahman, the Senior Vice President of Human Resource Management of PETRONAS agreed to deliver the keynote address. Dato Raiha highlighted that even though the industry is at a low point, companies should focus on the training and development of talent. This should be a continuous investment. The Forum also marked the first time that the CTWG Roadmap was presented to the community. The feedback was extremely encouraging. Many participants appreciated the fact that MOGSC was taking the lead in driving the human capital agenda in the Oil and Gas industry. For a long time, the Malaysian Oil and Gas industry was lacking a champion on Human Capital related matters. MOGSC was also grateful that one of its members, PWC provided the support for the event as well as shared its knowledge, expertise, and assessment of the Human Capital challenges faced by the different organizations in the Oil and Gas industry. The statistics and reports provided by PWC gave a valuable insight to all participants. Figure 2: CTWG HR Forum on 23 rd February 2017 Finally, the Forum featured a very vibrant panel discussion on the topic of Skills Shortage in Malaysia and whether this was a reality or a myth. MOGSC promised the participants that the Forum would not just end there. Feedback was gathered and follow-up actions will be derived. The main action was to follow through with the commitment that Dato Raiha has made on offering an industry roundtable setup within the Oil & gas community. 90 Annual General Meeting 2017

92 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.2 COMPETENCY & TRAINING WORKING GROUP (CTWG) [Cont d] CTWG Events In addition to the major achievements described above, the working committees in CTWG have been busy planning and developing initiatives that willimpact the industry in the coming years. The Events Subcommittee already started discussing plans for holding more events in collaboration with JPK that would benefit training providers. At the same time, the Events Subcommittee is planning the first Oil & Gas Career Conference and Exhibition. Employment The Employment Subcommittee has been investing its time looking at the various options in developing a Career Portal that will allow retrenched employees to upload their CVs. At the same time, this portal will also allow employers to upload their job openings. Training The Training Subcommittee has been working to develop a Training Course Catalogue that will consolidate all available training programs according to discipline. This will allow individuals to identify which training will be more suited to them. Once this is done, MOGSC will support this initiative by promoting their courses to all of MOGSC members. Summary The 56 activities that CTWG conducted have all been very productive CTWG sets the development perspective. Based on the achievements and the establishment of the Roadmap, MOGSC CTWG is now setting its path towards greater achievements and fulfilling its vision of establishing MOGSC as Oil and Gas center of reference for competency and training. Annual General Meeting

93 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.3 DECOMMISSIONING WORKING GROUP (DWG) Working Group Decommissioning Working Group (DWG) Mentor Adlan Ahmad Chairperson Juzer Nomanbhoy, IEV (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd Deputy Chairperson Gary Strong Secretary Sylvia Jagerroos, ERM (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd MISSION To establish Malaysia as a center of excellence for decommissioning services for oil & gas and petrochemical industry in the Asia Pacific region. Vission / Mission / Objective OBJECTIVES Engage and support PETRONAS to develop local expertise in providing decommissioning services Encourage and mobilize the industry to support and collaborate effectively with PETRONAS to develop local expertise in Decommissioning Introduce technology to upgrade local industry, including collaboration with foreign expertise Create awareness in the industry on the importance of the environmental and waste management issues, including promoting best practices and raising standards in HSE for the industry Promote agenda and programs that will enhance and work closely with industry stakeholders and relevant authorities to develop the local decommissioning industry, via technical conferences, seminars, talks, exhibitions and forums Creating a positive awareness and understanding on decommissioning activities to the media Encourage decommissioning services as a sustainable business by exploring alternative decommissioning options such as reuse, recycling and waste management Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities Decommissioning WG Seminar July 2017 Decommissioning WG meeting Wednesday, 12 th April 2017 NO st Decommissioning WG workshop / Meeting 2 nd Decommissioning WG Meeting List of 2016/2017 Activities DWG DATE Tuesday, 7 th February 2017 Thursday, 9 th March Annual General Meeting 2017

94 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.4 HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT WORKING GROUP (HSEWG) Working Group Mentor Chairperson Committee Health, Safety and Environment Working Group (HSEWG) Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack Mohamed Siraj Abdul Razack Main Committee: Azmi M Noor, IMM Hernando Caceres, DNVGL Tom Kennedy, Collabro Sofiyan Yahya, Cekap Technical Services Shaharuddin M. Yusoff, PETRONAS Dato Ahmad Hamizan Hassan, PETRONAS Nor Hashim Yusoff, PETRONAS Hafizul Mohd Razali, PETRONAS Syed Redzal, GE Yong Sai Chng, PETRONAS Lim Tee Yin, Shawcor HSE Sub Working Group Committee: Leadership Culture & Behavior Competency System & Structure Leader: John R. Christian, Technip Deputy Leader: Francis Minah, PRISM Leader: Azmi M Noor, IMM Leader: Francis C Minah, PRISM Deputy Leader: Mohd Suhail Sinnalebbe, Fleming Gulf Leader: Shihan Mohamed, Schlumberger Deputy Leader: Hissom Mahmud, Berlian McDermott MISSION To promote safe working culture through applications and practices of standard/consistent Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) requirements in the Malaysian Oil & Gas industry OBJECTIVES/GOALS Main Objective: Act Safe, Stay Safe Vission / Mission / Objective Reduce the Accidents and the Injuries on the O&G Industry Involve leaders from the Industry to take accountability on Safety Create new Safety Culture in O&G in Malaysia Implement a strong system to protect the safety an health of the O&G workforce in Malaysia Improve the competency of the O&G workforce in Malaysia Create a bottom up approach within the service provider in the industry KEY ACTIVITIES TO PURSUE Engage with PETRONAS and oil and gas operators through meetings, correspondences, forums, and dialogue sessions to promote collaboration and partnership. Conduct regular internal meetings between MOGSC Safety Working Group members for any business development opportunities. Annual General Meeting

95 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.4 HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT WORKING GROUP (HSEWG) [Cont d] Conduct meetings, forums and dialogue sessions with MOGSC members, PETRONAS and relevant Government agencies to discuss regulatory requirements, approval of permits, competency and certifications requirements Organize and participate in talks, seminars, forums to stimulate the industry and promote HSE best practices and lessons learnt Engage PETRONAS on safety related licenses and registrations THE PROJECT FOCUS AREAS Vission / Mission / Objective 1. Systems and Structures 2. Leadership 3. Culture and Behavior 4. Competency The Safety Task force is focusing on these 4 areas, but will exclude Asset Integrity which will be undertaken by a different MOGSC Working Group. The Task Force shall form four different working groups to present initiatives, critical elements for, planning, executing, controlling, and assessing the implementation of these initiatives within the Oil & Gas Industry in Malaysia. Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities Launch of Safety Initiative name and logo by PETRONAS President and Safety Pledge by PACs and MOGSC Members in May/June 2017 (Major undertaking) PETRONAS self-regulation engagement session with MOGSC members in June 2017 Engagement with MOGSC members on the Safety Matrix in July/August 2017 Development of standardized SOPs will be launches and explained to MOGSC Members in two sessions planned for the year Development and launching of Safety Mobile Apps (plan to launch during OGA 2017) NO List of 2016/2017 Activities HSEWG DATE st HSEWG Meeting 2 nd HSEWG Meeting 3 rd HSEWG Meeting 4 th HSEWG Meeting HSEWG - 1 st Sub-Committee Meeting - Leadership HSEWG - 1 st Sub-Committee Meeting - Culture & Behavior HSEWG - 1 st Sub-Committee Meeting - Competency HSEWG - 1 st Sub-Committee Meeting - System & Structure HSEWG - 2 nd Sub-Committee Meeting - Leadership Friday, 24 th June 2016 Monday, 18 th July 2016 Tuesday, 2 nd August 2016 Monday, 5 th September 2016 Thursday, 6 th October 2016 Thursday, 6 th October 2016 Thursday, 6 th October 2016 Thursday, 6 th October 2016 Thursday, 17 th November Annual General Meeting 2017

96 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.4 HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT WORKING GROUP (HSEWG) [Cont d] NO List of 2016/2017 Activities HSEWG DP Talk Workshop Satumarin Collaboration with HSEWG HSEWG - 2 nd Sub-Committee Meeting - Culture & Behavior HSEWG - 3 rd Sub-Committee Meeting - Leadership HSEWG - 3 rd Sub-Committee Meeting - Culture & Behavior HSEWG - 2 nd Sub-Committee Meeting - Competency HSEWG - 2 nd Sub-Committee Meeting - System & Structure Safety Campaign Contest HSE Logo and Slogan Competition - Selection Meeting HSEWG - 3 rd Sub-Committee Meeting - Competency DATE Tuesday, 29 th November Tuesday, 13 th December 2016 Monday, 23 rd January 2017 Monday, 23 rd January 2017 Monday, 23 rd January 2017 Monday, 23 rd January 2017 Tuesday, 27 th December 2016 to Friday, 20 th January 2017 Tuesday, 7 th March 2017 Friday, 31 st March 2017 Annual General Meeting

97 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.5 MANUFACTURERS & FABRICATORS WORKING GROUP (MFWG) Working Group Mentor Manufacturers & Fabricators Working Group (MFWG) Manoel Gomes Chairperson Azman Nasir, EICUK (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd Committee Ezat, VTA Ball Valve Sdn Bhd Dzairel Yusuff, Amarinth Ltd Farah Shasheera, Muhibbah Engineering Mohd Lufti, Muhibbah Engineering Michelle Yee, EEW Malaysia Syed Salikhin Alsagoff, Bumi Wangsa Abdul Muiz Zainudddin, KOTRA Mohd Fadzrul, KOTRA Sabaahul Ahmad b. Alias, MMHE Angeline Elias, EIC-UK Ilme Onn, Offshoretech LLC Sharifah Fairuz, Pegasus Diversified Bhd MISSION To promote Malaysian manufacturers and fabricators capabilities domestically and in the international market Vission / Mission / Objective OBJECTIVES To identify the challenges faced by Fabricators & Manufacturers in the Malaysian Oil & Gas Industry; To provide support and act as the leading voice to other members; Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities Proposed visit to Myanmar, business matching with members of Myanmar Oil and Gas Services Society. Tentative date: 1st week of May Dialogue/Forum on Agency/Principal business, it s challenges in the Malaysia Oil and Gas industry. Close dialogue with Malaysian Fabricators on its way forward in the current landscape. 96 Annual General Meeting 2017

98 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.5 MANUFACTURERS & FABRICATORS WORKING GROUP (MFWG) [Cont d] NO List of 2016/2017 Activities MFWG DATE 1 1 st MFWG Meeting Monday, 27 th June nd MFWG Meeting 3 rd MFWG Meeting MFWG Meeting with Myanmar Oil & Gas Association MFWG Committee Discussion on organizing talk on Renewable Energy MFWG Committee (Fabricators) Meeting with MPRC MFWG Committee Meeting Meeting with MOCA Exco at Dayabumi. Discussion on Malaysian Fabricators Way Forward Wednesday, 20 th July 2016 Wednesday, 24 th August 2016 Thursday, 29 th September 2016 Wednesday, 26 th October 2016 Thursday, 17 th November 2016 Tuesday, 21 st February 2017 Thursday, 9 th March 2017 Annual General Meeting

99 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.6 MARINE & LOGISTICS WORKING GROUP (MLWG) Working Group Mentor Chairperson Secretary Committee Marine & Logistics Working Group (MLWG) Captain Ahmad Imran Mohd Azmi Ir Abdul Malik Hussein bin Abd Jalil, Caidmark Sdn Bhd Shakyff Reza Razali, Satumarin Juli Amir, Scomi Energy Services Suhainah Shamsuddin, OSV Malaysia Eur Ing Yeo Cheng Kwan, CPD Holistics Sdn Bhd Nazery Khalid, AMIM Zukernain Md Yassin, Icon Offshore Safwan Othman, Dinastia Jati Capt Hakeem Haron, Satumarin VISION To establish Malaysia as a center of excellence for marine and logistics services for oil & gas and petrochemical industry in the Asia Pacific region Vission / Mission / Objective MISSION Improve marine logistics standards through collaboration with marine stakeholders including Authorities, Industry and Academic Institution OBJECTIVES To create awareness on marine and logistics key role in the Oil & Gas Industry To promote world class marine and logistics standard within the Oil & Gas Industry To promote collaboration between marine and logistics companies To identify and understand the challenges in the Oil & Gas Industry with regards to marine and logistic services To share marine and logistics best practices in finding solutions to current and future challenges Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities To follow up on action items identified at the Marine Digitization Forum To analyze the online survey results on Malaysian OSV seafarers and produce the survey report Engage with various marine stakeholders, provide regular input and information sharing on marine logistics best practices Jointly develop database of certified local marine personnel and identify marine logistics related companies. Promoting and encouraging marine logistics career during the planned CTWG Career Carnival in Nov Annual General Meeting 2017

100 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.6 MARINE & LOGISTICS WORKING GROUP (MLWG) NO List of 2016/2017 Activities MLWG DATE st MLWG Meeting MLWG - IMHH Discussion 2 nd MLWG Meeting President & OSV Meeting 3 rd MLWG Meeting Presentation by Sterling Insurance Brokers on IMHH MOGSC President & OSV Malaysia Meeting MOGSC - OSV Malaysia Meeting 4 th MLWG Meeting 1 st MLWG IMHH Forum Discussion 2 nd MLWG IMHH Forum Discussion 3 rd MLWG - IMHH Forum Discussion Wednesday, 25 th May 2016 Monday, 13 th June 2016 Monday, 13 th June 2016 Tuesday, 21 st June 2016 Monday, 27 th June 2016 Monday, 27 th June 2016 Wednesday, 29 th June 2016 Thursday, 14 th July 2016 Wednesday, 3 rd August 2016 Friday, 12 th August 2016 Friday, 26 th August 2016 Friday, 2 nd September th MLWG Meeting Monday, 5 th September MLWG - IMHH Forum 6 th MLWG Meeting IMHH Follow-up Meeting with Sterling Insurance Brokers Follow up Meeting on Sustaining the OSV Industry Wednesday, 7 th September 2016 Wednesday, 12 th October2016 Thursday, 13 th October2016 Monday, 17 th October th MLWG Meeting MOGSC - OSV Malaysia Meeting PETRONAS-OSV Malaysia - MOGSC Meeting PETRONAS Logistics HSE dialog session with Marine Stakeholders 8 th MLWG Meeting #1 MLWG Marine Digitization Forum Meeting Wednesday, 9 th November 2016 Wednesday, 30 th November 2016 Thursday, 1 st December 2016 Monday, 5 th December 2016 Friday, 9 th December 2016 Friday, 23 rd December 2016 Annual General Meeting

101 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.6 MARINE & LOGISTICS WORKING GROUP (MLWG) NO List of 2016/2017 Activities MLWG 9 th MLWG Meeting MLWG 3 year Roadmap roll out #2 MLWG Marine Digitization Forum Discussion #3 MLWG Marine Digitization Forum Discussion #4 MLWG Marine Digitization Forum Discussion MLWG Marine Digitization Survey 10 th MLWG Meeting Meeting with PETRONAS ICT on Marine Digitization Forum #5 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion #6 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion #7 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion DATE Wednesday, 11 th January 2017 Wednesday, 11 th January 2017 Tuesday, 17 th January 2017 Monday, 23 rd January 2017 Thursday, 26 th January 2017 Thursday, 2 nd February 2017 Wednesday, 8 th February 2017 Tuesday, 14 th February 2017 Thursday, 16 th February 2017 Tuesday, 24 th February 2017 Tuesday, 28 th February #8 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion Friday, 3 rd March #9 Marine Digitization Forum Discussion Monday, 6 th March Marine Digitization Forum at Cornerstone, Wisma Selnagor Dredging Launching of Online Survey for OSV crew 11 th MLWG Meeting Wednesday, 8 th March 2017 Wednesday, 12 th October 2017 Thursday, 16 th March Annual General Meeting 2017

102 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.7 MEASUREMENT & ALLOCATION WORKING GROUP (MAWG) Working Group Mentor Chairperson Advisor Secretary Vission / Mission / Objective Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities Measurement & Allocation Working Group (MAWG) Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Gilbert M Tonner, NEL Dato Wan Hassan, PETRONAS Razmahwata Mohd Razalli, IGL Services Sdn Bhd MISSION To promote engineering excellence in all areas of Measurement and Allocation, sharing best industrial practices, applying lessons learned and providing integrated recommendations to the Malaysian Upstream Oil and Gas Industry. OBJECTIVES Enable the success of the Regulator missions in terms of high quality engineering which supports program and project objectives in a cost effective and safe manner. Provide a forum for exchange of ideas, needs, and wants among the industry complex-wide engineers which Increases awareness and involvement of operators, contractors, regulator and line management Provides information bridges between the operators, contractors, regulator and line management. MAWG 4 th Technical Forum 2017 NO st MAWG Meeting List of 2016/2017 Activities MAWG MAWG - Technical Meeting with SIRIM and MPRC at SIRIM Technology Center in Sepang on SIRIM s interest on international standards and setting up of Metering Calibration Center MAWG - Meeting with CORAL 2.0 Metering representative on setting up of Metering Calibration Center and way forward activities MAWG - Technical Meeting with GTS on setting up of Metering Calibration Center MAWG Meeting PETRONAS 2 nd MAWG Meeting MAWG Technical Forum - Cost Savings Using Condition Based Monitoring on Measurement Systems MAWG Meeting with RAPID team Meeting to discuss Engineering Services Sub-Sector Meeting on National Calibration Centre 3 rd MAWG Meeting 4 th MAWG Committee Meeting NEL South East Asia Flow Measurement Conference 15 th 16 th March 2017 DATE Thursday, 26 th May 2016 Friday, 15 th July 2016 Tuesday, 19th July 2016 Wednesday, 20 th July 2016 Friday, 5 th August 2016 Wednesday, 10 th August 2016 Wednesday, 24 th August 2016 Thursday, 29 th September Monday, 17 th October 2016 Tuesday, 18 th October 2016 Tuesday, 8 th November 2016 Tuesday, 7 th February 2017 Wed-Thu, 15 th 16 th March 2017 Annual General Meeting

103 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.8 SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISE WORKING GROUP (SMEWG) Working Group Mentor Chairperson Vission / Mission / Objective Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities Small Medium Enterprise Working Group (SMEWG) Fareh Ishraf Md Hanipah Mohd Fuad Mohamed, Primelube Petrochemicals (M) Sdn Bhd MISSION This is a diversified Working Group; Centered through the themes of Survivability, Sustainability and Visibility of SME s. Pursuing for Immediate opportunities and Internationalization of Malaysia SME s OBJECTIVES Collaborate with PETRONAS on relation with SWEC review. Promote business internationalization of MOGSC SME companies. Create awareness to SME members on funding and financing availability and process SWEC review - Representative SMEWG in Task Force - Link with Sarawak Co s. Engagement with Malaysian Inc to identify international opportunities. Engagement with State Governments Johor, Sarawak, Sabah - Facilitation for Business Premises such as PKNS, JCorp - SME Complex Grant Process Improvement Facilitate access to funds (towards lowering cost of business) Organizing Seminar Collaboration with PUNB on financing. NO SME Consortium Meeting with EXCO List of 2016/2017 Activities SMEWG SMEWG Meeting (SME Consortium Meeting) SMEWG Meeting (SME Consortium Meeting) SMEWG Chairman Meeting with EXCO - presentation on a proposal for setting up a consortium of Mogsc members to bid for RAPID projects SME Consortium Mmeeting 1 st SMEWG Meeting 2 nd SMEWG Meeting 3 rd SMEWG Meeting - Briefing on International Opportunities by Malaysia Inc - Briefing on facilities by Alkhair Bank Bursa Malaysia New Market Briefing DATE Thursday, 28 th April 2016 Thursday, 5 th May 2016 Monday, 16 th May 2016 Wednesday, 18 th May 2016 Friday, 22 nd July 2016 Monday, 1 st August 2016 Tuesday, 6 th September 2016 Thursday, 13 th October 2016 Monday, 6 th February Annual General Meeting 2017

104 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.9 SMART COLLABORATION FOR OFFSHORE&REMOTE REAL-TIME ENVIRONMENT (SCORREWG) Working Group Smart Collaboration For Offshore & Remote Real-time Environment (SCORRE WG) Mentor Sharifah Zaida Nurlisha Chairperson Sofiyan Yahya, Cekap Technical Services Sdn Bhd Patron Dato Wan Hassan, PETRONAS MISSION IoT for the Malaysian Oil & Gas Industry Vission / Mission / Objective Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities OBJECTIVES Innovative solutions for Coral 2.0 OPEX Model for Integrated Communications for High Bandwidth Offshore Industry and stakeholders collaboration on IoT Forum on Blueprint Offshore Communications Engagement with MDEC/ADAX Forum on IoT Solutions Industry and stakeholders engagement on IoT and Big Data NO st SCORRE WG Meeting List of 2016/2017 Activities SCORRE WG SCORRE WG Mmeeting with PETRONAS ICT SCORRE WG Technical Meeting on MOGSC members collaboration 2 nd SCORRE WG Meeting SCORRE WG Meeting on CORAL 2.0 SCORRE forum 3 rd SCORRE WG Meeting SCORRE WG Meeting with CORAL 2.0 SCORRE WG Technical Meeting on satellite services technology for offshore connectivity SCORRE WG Preparatory Discussion for MDEC, PETRONAS and MOGSC Engagement SCORRE WG - MDEC, PETRONAS and MOGSC Meeting SCORRE WG - CORAL 2.0 Meeting, SCORRE activity update 4 th SCORRE WG Meeting DATE Wednesday, 1 st June 2016 Wednesday, 15 th June 2016 Thursday, 14 th July 2016 Wednesday, 20 th July 2016 Thursday, 28 th July 2016 Tuesday, 2 nd August 2016 Tuesday, 2 nd August 2016 Tuesday, 16 th August 2016 Friday, 19 th August 2016 Monday, 22 nd August 2016 Thursday, 25 th August 2016 Thursday, 1 st September 2016 Annual General Meeting

105 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.8 SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISE WORKING GROUP (SMEWG) NO List of 2016/2017 Activities SCORRE WG SCORRE WG Meeting PETRONAS on forum template for SCORRE SCORRE WG Meeting with NTT Communications on participation in SCORRE SCORRE WG Meeting with CORAL 2.0 on SCORRE forum SCORRE WG Meeting PETRONAS on bandwidth connectivity forum progress SCORRE WG Meeting PETRONAS on update for bandwidth connectivity initiative SCORRE WG - CORAL 2.0 update on SCORRE and bandwidth connectivity initia- SCORRE WG - MOGSC, PETRONAS and MDEC Meeting Meeting with MATRADE & MDCC 5 th SCORRE WG Meeting 6 th SCORRE WG Meeting Seminar: Big Data, IoT & Cloud Discussion with PETRONAS ICT on way forward on IoT Forum - Collaborate with Marine & Logistics Working Group on Marine Digitization Forum DATE Thursday, 8 th September 2016 Wednesday, 21 st September 2016 Friday, 30 th September 2016 Wednesday, 5 th October 2016 Tuesday, 11 th October 2016 Friday, 14 th October 2016 Monday, 17 th October 2016 Monday, 24 th October 2016 Wednesday, 9 th November 2016 Friday, 18 th November 2016 Wednesday, 14 th December 2016 Tuesday, 28 th February 2017 Wednesday, 8 th March Annual General Meeting 2017

106 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.10 SUBSURFACE & DRILLING WORKING GROUP (SDWG) Working Group Mentor Subsurface & Drilling Working Group (SDWG) Fareh Ishraf Md Hanipah Chairperson Sa aid Hazley, Efficient Technology Sdn Bhd Vission / Mission / Objective Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities MISSION Follow through on the Integrated Drilling Services (IDS) & Logging While Tripping (LWT) initiatives with PETRONAS Collaborating with PETRONAS and PAC s Subsurface Department in riding the soft period/market OBJECTIVES Facilitate cooperation of members companies to prepare for PCSB IDS. Promote innovative solutions for CORAL Drilling Promote collaboration between members from/within Subsurface fraternity and PAC s subsurface team. Explore Wells Intervention Initiatives Enhance Collaboration between members from/within Subsurface fraternity and PAC s subsurface team NO st SDWG Meeting 2 nd SDWG Meeting 3 rd SDWG Meeting List of 2016/2017 Activities SDWG SDWG representatives Meeting with PETRONAS on Integrated Drilling Services with PETRONAS SDWG representatives meeting with PETRONAS on Low Cost Drilling Initiative with PETRONAS Discussion with SDWG Chairman on Basic Wells for Malaysian Program SDWG representatives attending Board of Geologists Malaysia Retreat at Ipoh, Perak DATE Thursday, 23 rd June 2016 Wednesday, 29 th June 2016 Tuesday, 9 th August 2016 Tuesday, 6 th September 2016 Monday, 10 th October 2016 Monday, 9 th January 2017 Friday-Sunday, 13 th 15 th January 2017 Annual General Meeting

107 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.11 TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION WORKING GROUP (TIWG) Working Group Technology & Innovation Working Group (TIWG) Mentor Jamalludin Obeng Chairperson Jamalludin Obeng (Interim) Secretary Committee Prof Ir Dr Shahir Liew, UTP Raffik Lazar, Geomodl Syed Salikhin Alsagoff, Bumi Wangsa MISSION MOGSC to champion & provide the platform to the stakeholder in the promotion and innovation of technology via internal and external resources. Vission / Mission / Objective Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities OBJECTIVES To showcase technology via events and engagements. To identify the technology that is relevant or of significant priority to the stakeholders. To drive collaboration with stakeholders such as Research Institutions, Universities and Trade Missions. Technology Forum 2017 TIWG Collaboration with MPRC NO List of 2016/2017 Activities TIWG 1 st TIWG Meeting TIWG Committee Meeting with GE TIWG Committee Meeting TIWG Meeting with MPRC 2 nd TIWG Year End Review Meeting DATE Friday, 18 th August 2016 Thursday, 25 th August 2016 Tuesday, 30 th August 2016 Friday, 14 th October 2016 Wednesday, 7 th December Annual General Meeting 2017

108 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.12 INTERNATIONAL SECTOR (IS) Working Group Mentor Chairperson Sub-Working Group Proposed upcoming 2017 activities International Sector (IS) Abd Hamid Ibrahim Sofiyan Yahya, Cekap Technical Services Sdn Bhd Malaysia Canada Oil & Gas Council (MCOGC) Malaysia Korea Offshore Council (MKOC) Malaysia Iran Oil & Gas Business Council (My-IBC) AUSTRADE-MOGSC Working Group (OzMOG) - Chairperson - Muzammil Ahmad Nazari To dissolve this working group and work the international engagements under a proposed Stakeholders Committee. NO My-Iran Business Council Meeting 1 st International Working Group Meeting KOTRA Meeting with Malaysia Inc List of 2016/2017 Activities IS Briefing on Expansion to Oman: Oman Oil & Gas Joint Supplier Registration System (JSRS) Meeting with Austrade to briefing on MOGSC direction on International business and plan for next OZMOG Meeting Meeting with Canada High Commission Trade representative OzMOG Meeting Meeting Clough from OZMOG to join MOGSC Meetings with Austrade, US Trade and various foreign companies/trade visitors at MOGSEC 2016 KOREA NATIONAL DAY- President Meeting SECORA (organized by AUSTRADE) to join MOGSC Meeting with PETRONAS Technology Ventures & Austrade Meeting with Scottish Development International - Energy Team Meeting with PTVSB & AUSTRADE on Global Value Chain Program Australia Day at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre DATE Monday, 16 th May 2016 Tuesday, 31 st May 2016 Wednesday, 27 th July 2016 Tuesday, 2 nd August 2016 Wednesday, 3 rd August 2016 Thursday, 25 th August 2016 Tuesday, 30 th August 2016 Tuesday, 27 th September 2016 Wednesday-Friday, 28 th 30 th September 2016 Wednesday, 5 th October 2016 Tuesday, 11 th October 2016 Thursday, 20 th October 2016 Thursday, 17 th November 2016 Thursday, 8 th December 2016 Tuesday, 24 th January 2017 Annual General Meeting

109 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.13 JOHOR SECTOR (JS) Working Group Mentor Chairperson Deputy Chairperson Secretary Asst. Secretary Johor Sector (JS) Manoel Gomes and assisted by Haryati Mustafa Noor Hisham Ab Hamid, Euro-Circuit Technology Sdn Bhd Thevarajah Krishnan, NES Global Sdn Bhd Rosnah Hussien, EEW Pipe Coating Sdn Bhd Mohamad Najib Hasan, SGS Committee Sub-Committee 1. HSEWG - Mr Peter Andrews, RIG Masters 2. CTWG - Tuan Haji Ibrahim Ja afar, XHP Ventures 3. Catalog - Mr Mohamad Najib hasan, SGS 4. Koperasi - Tuan haji Ibrahim Ja afar & Haryati Mustafa VISION To spearhead the Johor contractors capabilities for the Oil & Gas downstream industry. MISSION To identify the local capable contractors to become MOGSC member and to collaborate with institutions of authority in facilitating the effective contribution to PIPC project. Vission / Mission / Objective OBJECTIVES Identify and catalogue the Johor contractors and their capabilities Work with PETRONAS and the EPCC to identify the local contractors capabilities which can meet both parties expectations. Identify the gap between both parties and bridge the gap especially with regards to skill and financial capabilities Help the local contractor to prepare themselves with the requirement of the RAPID projects through the relevant working groups (HSEWG/SMEWG/CTWG) Work together with Koperasi on areas which Koperasi has the stake but unable to participate due to lack of capabilities Increase MOGSC Johor Sector visibility in Johor especially in RAPID project Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities MOGSC Cabin in Pengerang RAPID site as an information centre for MOGSC Members Proposal paper is in the process of preparation taking into account the suitability of the location and budgetary capex and opex. MOGSC JS to meet PETRONAS En Marzuki Daud, Head of Rapid Procurement, Group Procurement, PETRONAS, on the Wednesday, 5 th April 2017 at KLCC. To finalise with JPDC for preparing the skill manpower requirement by 2019, Date : TBC To finalise with JPDC for the signing agreement in utilizing IKBN Bandar Penawar as MOGSC training centre in upgrading various skills to meet PETRONAS and job specs requirements To officially collaborate with authorized training institutes To finalise collaboration with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and other higher learning institutions of relevance. 108 Annual General Meeting 2017

110 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.13 JOHOR SECTOR (JS) [Cont d] To initiate and activate present members through meet the members session as per final list obtained from HQ. To gather and widen the local capable membership drive in order to cover the wider scope of requirements. NO nd Johor Sector Meeting Johor Sector Committee Meeting List of 2016/2017 Activities JS Workshop on Keperluan Pembangunan Modal Insan di Negeri Johor 1 st Johor Sector Meeting Johor Sector - Meeting with En. M Latif M Taib, PETRONAS Refinery and Petrochemical Corporation to discuss on the site visit Johor Sector - Meeting with Tuan Hj Sazali b Abd Hamid, Pengerusi Angkasa Negeri Johor Johor Sector - Meeting with Capt Intiaz Hussein from MOLF Ramunia, Speaker for MTM Johor Sector Johor Sector - MTM venue site visit and Meeting with Hotel Sales Person Meet the Members Johor Sector Visit to Pengerang Integrated Complex 3 rd Johor Sector Meeting - New team elected (present) Johor Sector Meeting with JPDC at Impiana KLCC 4 th Johor Sector Meeting Participated in JPDC, PETRONAS and MTDC briefing for RAPID Pengerang project requirements for the O&M readiness Bina Niaga PIPC 2017 Meeting with JPDC Training Division in anticipation for the IKBN utilization by MOGSC as been recommended and proposed by JPDC Pengerang site visit for MOGSC Cabin office location 5 th Johor Sector Meeting DATE Monday, 16 th May 2016 Tuesday, 26 th July 2016 Friday, 21 st October 2016 Wednesday, 9 th November 2016 Wednesday, 16 th November 2016 Thursday, 17 th November 2016 Thursday, 17 th November 2016 Monday, 21 st November 2016 Tuesday, 22 nd November 2016 Thursday, 26 th January 2017 Tuesday, 7 th February 2017 Thursday, 23 rd February 2017 Friday, 24 th February 2017 Monday, 6 th March 2017 Monday, 6 th March 2017 Friday, 10 th March 2017 Wednesday, 29 th March 2017 Annual General Meeting

111 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT FOR THE SESSION 2016 / MOGSC WORKING GROUPS [Cont d] 7.14 SARAWAK SECTOR (SS) Working Group Mentor Chairperson Committee Vission / Mission / Objective Proposed Upcoming 2017 Activities Sarawak Sector (SS) Jamalludin Obeng Yatim H. Noor, Awatra Tuan Haji Mohd Isa, Teknologam Sdn Bhd Francis Chuo MISSION This is a diversified Working Group; Centered on looking into the interest of Sarawak based companies. OBJECTIVES To facilitate networking and strengthen the oil & Gas Community in Sarawak As the conduit to facilitate issues to the State Government and PETRONAS Discussion and follow up with Sarawak Oil & Gas Unit, Ministry of Industrial and Entrepreneur Development, Trade and Investment, Sarawak Quarter 2, 2017 NO List of 2016/2017 Activities SS 1 st Sarawak Sector Meeting Sarawak Sector Committee Meeting 2 nd Sarawak Sector Meeting DATE Friday, 5 th August 2016 Thursday, 8 th September 2016 Wednesday, 28 th September Annual General Meeting 2017

112 REPORTS AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 st DECEMBER 2016 CONTENTS 112 Statement by the Committee of The Council Independent Auditors Report Statement of Income and Retained Earnings AGM 119 Statement of Financial Position 120 Statement of Cash Flows Notes to the Financial Statements Annual General Meeting

113 STATEMENT BY THE COMMITTEE OF THE COUNCIL MAJLIS PERKHIDMATAN MINYAK DAN GAS MALAYSIA [THE MALAYSIAN OIL AND GAS SERVICES COUNCIL (MOGSC)] (R.O.S NO : PPM ) STATEMENT BY THE COMMITTEE OF THE COUNCIL In the opinion of the Committee of the Council, the financial statements set out on pages 117 to 128 are drawn up in accordance with the Malaysian Private Entities Reporting Standard in Malaysia and the rules and regulations of the Council so as to give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the Council as at 31 st December 2016, and the results and cash flows of the Council for the year then ended. SHARIFAH ZAIDA NURLISHA BINTI SYED IBRAHIM President ZUBAIDI HARUN Treasurer Kuala Lumpur Date : 112 Annual General Meeting 2017

114 INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT RAKI THOMAS & RAMANAN (NO. AF 0363) CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 10-4, 10th Floor, Wisma Bandar, No. 18, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur. INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF MAJLIS PERKHIDMATAN MINYAK DAN GAS MALAYSIA [THE MALAYSIAN OIL AND GAS SERVICES COUNCIL (MOGSC)] (R.O.S NO : PPM ) REPORT ON THE AUDIT OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Opinion We have audited the financial statements of Majlis Perkhidmatan Minyak Dan Gas Malaysia., which comprise the statement of financial position as at 31 December 2016, and the statement of income and retained earnings, and the statement of cash flows of the Council for the financial year then ended, and notes to the financial statements, including a summary of significant accounting policies, as set out on pages 117 to 128. In our opinion, the accompanying financial statements give a true and fair view of the financial position of the Council as at 31 December 2016 and of its financial performance and its cash flows for the year then ended in accordance with Malaysian Private Entities Reporting Standard and the rules and regulations of the Council. Basis for Opinion We conducted our audit in accordance with approved standards on auditing in Malaysia and International Standards on Auditing. Our responsibilities under those standards are further described in Auditors Responsibilities for the Audit of the Financial Statements section of our report. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion. Independence and Other Ethical Responsibilities We are independent of the Council in accordance with the By-Laws (on Professional Ethics, Conduct and Practice) of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants ( By- Laws ) and the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants ( IESBA Code )), and we have fulfilled our other ethical responsibilities in accordance with the By-Laws and the IESBA Code. Information Other than the Financial Statements and Auditors Report Thereon The Committee of the Council are responsible for the other information. The other information comprises the Annual Report but does not include the financial statements of the Council and our auditors report thereon. Our opinion on the financial statements of the Council does not cover the other information and we do not express any form of assurance conclusion thereon. Annual General Meeting

115 INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF MAJLIS PERKHIDMATAN MINYAK DAN GAS MALAYSIA [THE MALAYSIAN OIL AND GAS SERVICES COUNCIL (MOGSC)] (R.O.S NO : PPM ) (CONT D) Information Other than the Financial Statements and Auditors Report Thereon (cont d) In connection with our audit of the financial statements of the Council, our responsibility is to read the other information and, in doing so, consider whether the other information is materially inconsistent with the financial statements of the Council or our knowledge obtained in the audit or otherwise appears to be materially misstated. If, based on the work we have performed, we conclude that there is a material misstatement of the other information, we are required to report that fact. We have nothing to report in this regard. When we read the annual report, if we conclude that there is a material misstatement therein, we are required to communicate the matter to the directors of the Company and take appropriate action. We have nothing to report in this regard. Responsibilities of the Committee for the Financial Statements The Committee of the Council are responsible for the preparation of financial statements of the Council that give a true and fair view in accordance with Malaysian Private Entities Reporting Standards and the rules and regulations of the Council. The Committee are also responsible for such internal control as the Committee determine is necessary to enable the preparation of financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. In preparing the financial statements of the Council, the Committee are responsible for assessing the Council s ability to continue as a going concern, disclosing, as applicable, matters related to going concern and using the going concern basis of accounting unless the Committee either intend to liquidate the Council or to cease operations, or have no realistic alternative but to do so. Auditors Responsibilities for the Audit of the Financial Statements Our objectives are to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements of the Council as a whole are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error, and to issue an auditors report that includes our opinion. Reasonable assurance is a high level of assurance, but is not a guarantee that an audit conducted in accordance with approved standards on auditing in Malaysia and International Standards on Auditing will always detect a material misstatement when it exists. Misstatements can arise from fraud or error and are considered material if, individually or in the aggregate, they could reasonably be expected to influence the economic decisions of users taken on the basis of these financial statements. 114 Annual General Meeting 2017

116 INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT Auditors Responsibilities for the Audit of the Financial Statements (cont d) As part of an audit in accordance with approved standards on auditing in Malaysia and International Standards on Auditing, we exercise professional judgement and maintain professional scepticism throughout the audit. We also: Identify and assess the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements of the Council, whether due to fraud or error, design and perform audit procedures responsive to those risks, and obtain audit evidence that is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion. The risk of not detecting a material misstatement resulting from fraud is higher than for one resulting from error, as fraud may involve collusion, forgery, intentional omissions, misrepresentations, or the override of internal control. Obtain an understanding of internal control relevant to the audit in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the Council s internal control. Evaluate the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates and related disclosures made by the Committee. Conclude on the appropriateness of the Committee use of the going concern basis of accounting and, based on the audit evidence obtained, whether a material uncertainty exists related to events or conditions that may cast significant doubt on the Council s ability to continue as a going concern. If we conclude that a material uncertainty exists, we are required to draw attention in our auditors report to the related disclosures in the financial statements of the Council or, if such disclosures are inadequate, to modify our opinion. Our conclusions are based on the audit evidence obtained up to the date of our auditors report. However, future events or conditions may cause the Council to cease to continue as a going concern. Evaluate the overall presentation, structure and content of the financial statements of the Council, including the disclosures, and whether the financial statements of the Council represent the underlying transactions and events in a manner that achieves fair presentation. We communicate with the Committee regarding, among other matters, the planned scope and timing of the audit and significant audit findings, including any significant deficiencies in internal control that we identify during our audit. Annual General Meeting

117 INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT INDEPENDENT AUDITORS REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF MAJLIS PERKHIDMATAN MINYAK DAN GAS MALAYSIA [THE MALAYSIAN OIL AND GAS SERVICES COUNCIL (MOGSC)] (R.O.S NO : PPM ) (CONT D) Report on Other Legal and Regulatory Requirements In accordance with the requirements of rules and regulations of the Council, we also report that in our opinion the accounting and other records and the registers required by the rules and regulations to be kept by the Council have been properly kept in accordance with the provisions of the rules and regulations. Other Matters This report is made solely to the members of the Council, as a body, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Council and for no other purpose. We do not assume responsibility to any other person for the content of this report. Signed at Kuala Lumpur on RAKI THOMAS & RAMANAN (NO. AF 0363) CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS HARICHANDRAN A. RUBASUNDRAM [NO. 2931/07/17 (J)] CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT PARTNER 116 Annual General Meeting 2017

118 STATEMENT OF INCOME AND RETAINED EARNINGS STATEMENT OF INCOME AND RETAINED EARNINGS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER NOTE RM RM Fees received from members Entrance fees 74,000 70,000 Subscription fees 554, ,295 Trade activities Advertisements in MOGSC members directory 118, ,000 Income from bowling event 8,650 16,500 Income from golf event - 168,000 Fees received for exhibition 266,334 66,800 Fees received for events 457, , , ,000 1,478,697 1,465,295 LESS : TRADE ACTIVITIES EXPENDITURE Printing of MOGSC members directory 78,129 72,879 Bowling event 16,095 17,777 Golf tournament expenses 2, ,185 Exhibition expenses 27,533 57,201 Event expenses 478, , , ,395 GROSS SURPLUS 876, ,900 OTHER INCOME Fixed deposit interest 9,970 21,052 Net income from industry dinner 67,739 85,532 77, ,584 OTHER OPERATING EXPENDITURE A (945,724) (983,085) SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) BEFORE TAXATION 8,785 (227,601) Taxation 6-1,126 SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) FOR THE YEAR 8,785 (226,475) ACCUMULATED FUND BROUGHT FORWARD 1,194,200 1,420,675 ACCUMULATED FUND CARRIED FORWARD 1,202,985 1,194,200 The annexed notes form an integral part of these financial statements. Annual General Meeting

119 STATEMENT OF INCOME AND RETAINED EARNINGS STATEMENT OF INCOME AND RETAINED EARNINGS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER RM RM A. OTHER OPERATING EXPENDITURE Accounting fee 25,920 24,120 Advertisement Appreciation dinner 36,401 51,776 Auditor s remuneration - current year 4,500 4,000 - underprovision in prior year Bank charges 2,274 1,413 Business development 4, Depreciation of plant and equipment 38,070 30,164 Donation and gifts EPF and SOCSO 63,883 61,999 Event - meeting the members 20,787 46,191 Less: reimbursed income (24,784) (32,288) Insurance 15,980 10,384 Loss on foreign exchange (realised) 37 - Medical expenses 1,173 2,822 Meeting expenses 75,554 36,728 Miscellaneous 1,000 - MOGSC open house 56,255 60,656 Office rental 198, ,612 Less: Rental sponsorship from PETRONAS (169,260) (164,052) OTC conference expenses 7, Other receivable written off 1,306 19,000 Penalty and fine 7 30 Postage and courier 1, Printing and stationary 32,842 47,413 Rental of photocopy machine 10,200 10,200 Salaries, allowances and bonus 490, ,543 Service tax Staff training Staff welfare 1,912 3,958 Stamp duty 1,710 - Subscription fees - 12 Tax agent fee 2,710 1,500 Telephone expenses 5,000 5,591 Travelling and accommodation expenses 20,169 17,858 Upkeep of office 6,221 8,027 Upkeep of office equipment 1,524 2,312 Water and electricity 2,461 2,078 Website expenses , ,085 The annexed notes form an integral part of these financial statements. 118 Annual General Meeting 2017

120 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS AT 31 DECEMBER NOTE RM RM ASSETS Non-current asset Plant and equipment 7 189, ,664 Current assets Sundry receivables, deposits and prepayments 8 241, ,206 Tax receivables 4,749 4,749 Deposit, cash and bank balances 9 883,830 1,046,596 1,130,199 1,432,551 TOTAL ASSETS 1,319,814 1,615,215 EQUITY AND LIABILITIES Accumulated fund As at January 1,194,200 1,420,675 Surplus/(deficit) for the financial year 8,785 (226,475) As at 31 December 1,202,985 1,194,200 Current liabilities Income received in advance 10 68, ,480 Sundry payables and accruals 11 48, , , ,015 TOTAL FUND AND LIABILITIES 1,319,814 1,615,215 The annexed notes form an integral part of these financial statements. Annual General Meeting

121 STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2016 CASH FLOWS USED IN OPERATING ACTIVITIES RM RM Surplus/(deficit) before taxation 8,785 (227,601) Adjustment for: Depreciation of plant and equipment 38,070 30,164 Other receivables written off 1,306 19,000 Operating surplus /(deficit) before working capital changes 48,161 (178,437) Decrease/(increase) in sundry receivables, deposits and prepayments 138,280 (229,938) (Decrease)/Increase in income received in advance (65,874) 58,400 (Decrease)/Increase in sundry payables and accruals (238,312) 266,490 Cash used in operations (117,745) (83,485) Tax paid - (14) Net cash used in operating activities (117,745) (83,499) CASH FLOWS USED IN INVESTING ACTIVITY Purchase of plant and equipment (45,021) (10,037) Net cash used in investing activity (45,021) (10,037) CASH FLOWS USED IN FINANCING ACTIVITY Fixed deposit pledged with a licensed bank (10,325) (5,129) Net cash used financing activity (10,325) (5,129) Net decrease in cash and cash equivalents (173,091) (98,665) Cash and cash equivalents brought forward 1,041,467 1,140,132 Cash and cash equivalents carried forward 868,376 1,041,467 Cash and cash equivalents comprise: Deposit, cash and bank balances (Note 9) 868,376 1,140,132 The annexed notes form an integral part of these financial statements. 120 Annual General Meeting 2017

122 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER GENERAL INFORMATION (a) DOMICILED AND LEGAL FORM The Council is a non-profit organisation incorporated and domiciled in Malaysia. (b) PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES The principal activities of the Council are to showcase the capabilities and expertise as well as spearhead the development of PETRONAS-registered oil and gas service companies. There has been no change in the nature of these activities during the financial year. (c) REGISTERED OFFICE AND PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS Level 23, Menara 3 PETRONAS, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur. (d) DATE OF AUTHORISATION OF ISSUE OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS The financial statements of the Council were authorised for issue by the Committee of the Council on 2. BASIS OF PREPARATION OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (a) ACCOUNTING CONVENTIONS The financial statements of the Council have been prepared using the cost bases and fair value bases and in accordance with the Malaysian Private Entities Reporting Standard (MPERS) issued by the Malaysian Accounting Standards Board (MASB) and the rules and regulations of the Council. (a) Transition to MPERS In the previous years the financial statements have been prepared in accordance with the PERS. For the current year ended 31 December 2016, the Council has adopted the new Malaysian Private Entities Reporting Standard (MPERS). The date of transition to the new MPERS Framework is 1 January Adoption of the MPERS Framework requires that all the Standards in MPERS be applied to the Council s financial statements for the current year ended 31 December 2016, the comparative financial statements for the prior year ended 31 December 2015, and the opening statement of financial position at the date of transition to MPERS. MPERS provides for some mandatory exceptions and non-mandatory exemptions to the retrospective application of some Standards. Annual General Meeting

123 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2016 (CONT D) 2. BASIS OF PREPARATION OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (CONT D) Council did not avail any exemptions (b) Malaysia Accounting Standard Board (MASB) issued amendments to MPERS on October 2015 that are effective for financial statements beginning on or after 1 January 2017, with early application permitted. The Council has opted to early apply the amendments for the current year ended 31 December IMPACT OF ADOPTION OF MPERS There are no significant changes in accounting policies and there is no impact on the financial statements of the Council as a consequence of the transition to MPERS and the early adoption of the amendments to MPERS. 4. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (a) PLANT AND EQUIPMENT Plant and equipment are initially measured at cost, which, comprises purchase price plus all directly attributable costs incurred in bringing the asset to its present location and condition for management s intended to use. Plant and equipment are subsequently measured at cost less any accumulated depreciation and any accumulated impairment losses, (Note 4(j)), if any. Plant and equipment are depreciated over their estimated useful lives on a straight line basis. The principal annual rate of depreciation used is as follows: Furniture and fittings, office equipments, renovation and golf trophy 10% Other assets 20% At the end of each reporting period, the residual values, useful lives and depreciation methods for the plant and equipment are reviewed for reasonableness. Any change in estimate of an item is adjusted prospectively over its remaining useful life, commencing in the current period. The carrying amounts of items of plant and equipment are derecognised on disposal or when no future economic benefits are expected from their use or disposal. Any gain or loss arising from the derecognition of items of plant and equipment, determined as the difference between the net disposal proceeds, if any, and the carrying amounts of the item, is recognised in profit or loss. Neither the sale proceeds nor any gain on disposal is classified as revenue. 122 Annual General Meeting 2017

124 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2016 (CONT D) 4. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONT D) (b) INCOME TAX Tax expense is recognised in profit or loss, except that a change attributable to an item of income or expense recognised as other comprehensive income is also recognised in other comprehensive income. Tax payable on taxable profit for current and past periods is recognised as a current tax liability to the extent unpaid. If the amount paid in respect of the current and past periods exceeds the amount payable for those periods, the excess is recognised as a current tax asset. Current tax assets and liabilities are measured at the amounts expected to be paid or recovered, using the tax rates and laws that have been enacted or substantially enacted by the reporting date. Current tax liabilities and assets are offset if, and only if the Council have a legally enforceable right to set off the amounts and plan either to settle on a net basis, or to realise the asset and settle the liability simultaneously. Deferred tax is provided in full on temporary differences which are the differences between the carrying amounts in the financial statements and the corresponding tax base of an asset or liability at the end of the reporting period. Deferred tax liabilities are recognised for all taxable temporary differences that are expected to increase taxable profit in the future. Deferred tax assets are recognised for all deductible temporary differences that are expected to reduce taxable profit in the future and the carry forward of unused tax losses and unused tax credits. Deferred tax liabilities and assets are not recognised in respect of the temporary differences associated with the initial recognition of an asset or a liability in a transaction that is not a business combination and at the time of the transactions, affects neither accounting profit nor taxable profit. Deferred tax liabilities are also not recognised for temporary difference associated with the initial recognition of goodwill. Deferred tax liabilities and assets reflect the tax consequences that would follow from the manner in which the Council expect to recover or settle the carrying amounts of their assets and liabilities and are measured at the tax rates and laws that are expected to apply to the period when the asset is realised or the liability is settled, based on tax rates that have been enacted or substantially enacted by the reporting date. Annual General Meeting

125 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2016 (CONT D) 4. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONT D) (c) ACCUMULATED FUND This represents the accumulated fund arising from surplus/(deficit) of income over expenses from activities of the Council. The annual operating surplus/(deficit) is credited/(charged) to this account. (d) FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS Financial assets and liabilities are recognised on the statement of financial position when the Company has become a party to the contractual provisions of the instrument. On initial recognition, financial assets and liabilities are measured at transaction price. After initial recognition, financial assets/liabilities are measured at amortised cost using, the effective interest method. Debt instruments that are classified as current assets are measured at the undiscounted amount of the cash or other consideration expected to be received. All financial assets are subject to review for impairment [Note 4(i)]. Gain or loss from the derecognition of financial assets/liabilities is recognised in the profit or loss through the amortisation process of the instrument. There were no complex financial instruments and transactions during the year. (e) CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS These are short term, highly liquid assets that are readily convertible to known amounts of cash and which are subject to an insignificant risk of changes in value. (f) PROVISIONS Provisions are recognised when the Council has a present obligation as a result of a past event and it is probable that an outflow of resources embodying economic benefits will be required to settle the obligation, and a reliable estimate of the amount can be made. (g) INCOME RECOGNITION Entrance and subscription fees are recognised on receipt basis. Income from trade activities and interest income are recognised on an accrual basis. 124 Annual General Meeting 2017

126 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2016 (CONT D) 4. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONT D) (h) EMPLOYEES BENEFITS (i) Short term employee benefits Allowances are expensed in the period in which services are rendered by the employees of the Council. (ii) Defined contribution plans The Council s Contribution to Employees Provident Fund and other defined contribution plans are charged to the income statement in the period to which they relate. (i) IMPAIRMENT OF FINANCIAL ASSETS At the end of each reporting period, the Company assess whether there is any objective evidence that financial assets that are measured at cost or amortised cost. If there is objective evidence of impairment, the entity shall recognise an impairment loss in profit or loss immediately. Impairment losses, in respect of financial assets measured at amortised cost, are measured as the differences between the assets carrying amounts and the present values of their estimated cash flows discounted at the assets original effective interest rate, and are assessed either individually or grouped on the basis of similar credit risk characteristics. If, in a subsequent period, the impairment loss reverses, than the reversal shall be recognised as a gain in the profit and loss account to the extent of impairment losses previously recognised. (j) IMPAIRMENT OF NON-FINANCIAL ASSETS The carrying values of non-financial assets are reviewed for impairment when there is an indication that the assets might be impaired. For an asset measured on a cost model, any impairment loss, arises when the carrying amount exceeds it recoverable amount, and is charged to the profit or loss. Subsequent increase in the recoverable amount of an asset is treated as reversal of the previous impairment loss and is recognised to the extent of the carrying amount of the asset that would have been determined (net of amortisation and depreciation) had no impairment loss been recognised. The reversal is recognised in the profit or loss immediately. Annual General Meeting

127 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2016 (CONT D) 5. CRITICAL ACCOUNTING JUDGEMENTS AND KEY SOURCES OF ESTIMATION UNCERTAINTY In the process of preparing these financial statements there were no significant judgements made by the Council in applying the accounting policies, nor, any key assumptions concerning estimation uncertainty which may have significant effects on the amounts recognised in the financial statements. 6. TAXATION RM RM Tax charge - overprovision in prior year - (1,126) The Council is treated as a Trade Association under Section 53(3) of the Income Tax Act, 1967 and is taxed at a scale rates. There is no tax charge for the financial year as the Council does not have any chargeable income. The reconciliation of the statutory tax to the effective tax for the financial year is not shown as the Council does not have any accounting profit nor chargeable income. 7. PLANT AND EQUIPMENT Net book Net book value as Depreciation value as at 1 charge for at 31 January Additions Disposals the year December RM RM RM RM RM Computer 18,401 8,943-9,131 18,213 Software system 6,059 34,742-8,049 32,752 Golf trophy 10, ,900 8,550 Office equipment 16,565 1,336-2,055 15,846 Furniture and fittings 45, ,841 39,298 Renovation 86, ,094 74, ,664 45,021-38, , ,791 10,037-30, , Annual General Meeting 2017

128 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 DECEMBER 2016 (CONT D) 7. PLANT AND EQUIPMENT (CONT D) Accumulated Net book Cost depreciation value As at 31 December 2016 RM RM RM Computer 57,227 39,014 18,213 Software system 52,084 19,332 32,752 Golf trophy 19,000 10,450 8,550 Office equipment 21,348 5,502 15,846 Furniture and fittings 58,410 19,112 39,298 Renovation 110,940 35,984 74, , , ,615 Accumulated Net book Cost depreciation value As at 31 December 2015 RM RM RM Computer 48,284 29,883 18,401 Software system 17,342 11,283 6,059 Golf trophy 19,000 8,550 10,450 Office equipment 20,012 3,447 16,565 Furniture and fittings 58,410 13,271 45,139 Renovation 110,940 24,890 86, ,988 91, , SUNDRY RECEIVABLES, DEPOSITS AND PREPAYMENTS RM RM Sundry receivables 174, ,247 Deposits 58,712 56,759 Prepayments 8,077 7, , ,206 Annual General Meeting

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