Project Manager: 01229 314100 | stuart@fedf.co.uk

Welcome to Supplying to Centrica Energy

We have pulled together a range of information to help your firm assess how to sell to Centrica Energy including pilot forward workplan 2017 data.

Centrica Energy has onshore facilities at the Barrow terminals and operates its own offshore East Irish Sea gasfields and those for Conoco Philips.It is planning to decommission some facilities.The company also operates a sea support base at the port of Heysham to support its platforms and gas processing terminals.

Centrica is no 1 UK gas producer.It operates over 40 fields
and is a global player in energy development and supply.Current production from the territory is about 500mcfg (million cubic feet of gas), enough to supply to more than two million homes.

Centrica needs a wide range of services and materials required to support, maintain and replace diverse offshore and onshore process plant: Capital equipment, maintenance services, seismic services, outsourced services, consumables, chemicals, components, support services, integrity management, fabric maintenance, inspection, logistics, engineering services, safety.

Centrica Energy procurement

We spend billions of pounds annually with thousands of suppliers, mostly in the UK and North America. They provide us with a range of products, from central heating boilers to large-scale equipment for our gas exploration operations. We also buy services from outsourced call centres to office support functions such as cleaning, catering and security.

The risks associated with these different types of suppliers are diverse and vary considerably depending on where they are based. We manage these risks through our responsible procurement programme by communicating our standards to suppliers, monitoring their compliance and working with them to improve performance.

We use CR clauses in contracts to ensure suppliers are contractually obliged to meet our standards as set out by our Procurement and Corporate Responsibility Policy for Suppliers PDF (0.16Mb).

Through a partnership with EcoVadis, we require strategic suppliers to undergo corporate responsibility assessments. For more information on our partnership with Ecovadis and the requirements for supplier assessments, see Committing to responsible supply chains.

We also recognise that we must treat our suppliers responsibly. Centrica is a signatory to The Prompt Payment Code in the UK and the UK Oil and Gas Supply Chain Code of Practice.

Field / Project/ Contract Owner Service / Description / Scope Expected

Materials & Logistics Provision of PSV & ERRV services Q3 / 2013 Gillian Miller Tel: +44 (0) 1224 415000
Materials & Logistics Provision of ad-hoc road haulage services Q3 / 2013 Jimmy Whyte Tel: +44 (0) 1224 415000
Well Engineering Manager (Wells Interventions) Landing Strings Q4 2013 Hollie Speirs Tel: +44 (0) 1224 415153
Aberdeen, Assets, SNS,CNNS Intelligent Pigging Services Q4 2013 Graeme Mutch Tel: +44 (0) 1224 415492
Aberdeen, Assets, SNS,CNNS IM Resources (provision of doc control personnel) Q3 2013 Sheridan Smith Tel: +44 (0) 1224 415550
Aberdeen, Assets, SNS,CNNS Vessel Charter Q4 2013 Graeme Mutch Tel: +44 (0) 1224 415550
Aberdeen, Assets, SNS,CNNS Core Sample Storage Q4 2013 Sheridan Smith Tel: +44 (0) 1224 415550
Morecambe, Operations, Hydrocarbon Resources Limited – East Irish Sea ISO Standards & EU ETS Verification & Certification Services Q3 2013 Paul Sutton Tel: +44 (0) 1524 864314
Morecambe, Operations,Hydrocarbon Resources Limited -Barrow Terminals Waste
Management Services Q3 2013 Paul Sutton Tel: +44 (0) 1524 864314
Morecambe, Operations, Hydrocarbon Resources Limited – Barrow TerminalsMobile Crane Hire Q3 2013 Paul Sutton Tel: +44 (0) 1524 864314
Morecambe, Operations, Hydrocarbon Resources Limited -East Irish Sea High Pressure/Machining/Piping Repair Services Q3 2013 Adrian Barton Tel: +44 (0) 1229 845017
Morecambe, Operations, Hydrocarbon Resources Limited -East Irish Sea Lifting Equipment Services Q3 2013 Adrian Barton Tel: +44 (0) 1229 845017
Morecambe, Operations,Hydrocarbon Resources Limited -East Irish Sea Valves, Flow Control & Actuators Q3 2013 Stuart D’Henin Tel: +44 (0) 1524 864424
Morecambe, Operations, Hydrocarbon Resources Limited -East Irish Sea Door Manufacture/Temporary Refuge Doors/Repair/Certification Q3/4 2013 Adrian Barton Tel: +44 (0) 1229 845017
Morecambe, Operations, Hydrocarbon Resources Limited -East Irish Sea Machining Fabrication/Site Services Q4 2013 Adrian Barton el: +44 (0) 1229 845017
Morecambe, Operations, Hydrocarbon Resources Limited -East Irish Sea Facilities Management to include Hard &Soft Services to Support Office Services across the UK Q4 2013 Stuart D’Henin Tel: +44 (0) 1524 864424
GMA &F3FA Operattions, Centrica Production Nederland BV Back up contract Helicoper services Q3/4 2013 Martijn Weber Tel: +00 31 235569200
GMA &F3FA Operattions, Centrica Production Nederland BV Construction Services Q3 2013 Jaap van de Ridder Tel: +00 31
Monitoring compliance and improving performance.

We believe that working with our suppliers is the best way to achieve lasting and sustainable change in our supply chain. If a supplier is found to be non-compliant with our CR clauses, we agree remediation plans and work with them to achieve the high standards that we expect. We reserve the right to terminate a contract if suppliers fail to implement the improvement plans we recommend

Committing to responsible supply chains 8 May 2013

As we seek to better support our customers with innovative and energy efficient products, we face additional social and environmental risks within our growing supply chain. Through our Responsible Procurement programme, we work to mitigate these potentially adverse impacts by identifying risks and engaging suppliers to implement processes that will improve operating standards.

In 2012 Centrica focussed on increasing our understanding of the risks faced from within our supply chain, by delivering an online pilot scheme that drove a risk-based approach to evaluating corporate responsibility (CR) within higher-risk areas of the supply chain. To help us do this, we partnered with EcoVadis, who specialise in implementing sustainable management programmes1.

Although none of our assessed suppliers were identified as posing a ‘high risk’, a small proportion were classed as being of ‘medium risk’. And in 2013, we will work to support these ‘medium risk’ suppliers by implementing corrective action plans to deliver agreed improvements. We further assessed 4,000 suppliers for bribery risk, four of which were identified as requiring additional monitoring to ensure their internal processes had appropriate anti-bribery processes in place. These suppliers will be required to supply evidence of compliance with our CR clauses.

The pilot scheme was successful and from 2013, suppliers will be required to undergo a CR assessment by EcoVadis in order to become one of our strategic suppliers. The assessment process, together with the site visits we make to our strategic suppliers to discuss performance and supplier management processes, helps detect where we can work with suppliers to improve standards and ensure better management of risks.

In 2013 Centrica will continue to strengthen our approach to Responsible Procurement. For more information on our partnership with EcoVadis and our supplier assessment process, view the communication sent to our suppliers as well as our joint Responsible Procurement brochure. If you would like additional details of our Responsible Procurement programme, please email Responsible.Procurement@centrica.com.

1.EcoVadis methodology for managing risk is supervised by a scientific committee, which comprises of recognised CR experts and is managed through an advanced web platform offering collaborative and comparative analysis on a range of company CR policies and performance.

  • John Griffiths Supply Chain Manager UK/NL
  • Mark Haresceugh Supply Chain Manager Assets UK
  • Vanessa Medeiros Supply Chain Lead NL
  • Iain Anderson Materials & Logistics Manager
  • Stella Emeye Supply Chain Manager Wells UK/NL
  • Alistair McNab Supply Chain Manager Projects UK/NL
Challenges

to maximise value from our existing hubs,and invest in the North Sea to help it reach its potential. However, we face a number of key challenges:

  • Increasing costs in the supply chain
  • Lower productivity in mature basins
  • Less than adequate capital performance
  • Resulting in a number of project opportunities which are stalled

Our goal is to unlock these projects and we’re targeting savings to keep unit lifting costs flat over the next three years

“Unlocking the Portfolio” event planned for Q1 2015. Focus on identifying how to reduce costs of 2 projects by 50% -Finding our “Mangalyaan”

For those of you who wish to be part of this journey and have ideas, technologies and innovative solutions we would like to hear about them

Register your interest and send ideas to:

mailbox.ce-eppioneeringspirit@centrica.com

  • We strive to be an attractive operator to do business with.
  • We’re committed to HSEQ excellence and we expect our suppliers to share and demonstrate these values.
  • We seek to work with high performing suppliers, who continuously improve, challenge the status quo and find better ways of doing things.
  • We’re agile and delivery focused but do so in an environment of discipline and quality.
  • We involve suppliers as early as possible in our planning, design and decision making.
  • We’re committed to the PILOT Supply Chain Code of Practice, paying suppliers on time, IMHH, FPAL.
  • We celebrate success and recognise high performance.

Work with us –Our Philosophy

  • High performing and value adding contractors can expect long term relationships
  • High performing and value adding contractors can expect long term relationships
CENTRICA ENERGY

General – John Griffiths, Supply Chain Manager UKNL. john.griffiths@centrica.com

Assets UK – Mark Haresceugh, Supply Chain Manager,

Assets UK – mark.haresceugh@centrica.com

Wells UKNL – Stella Emeye, Supply Chain Manager, Wells – stella.emeye@centrica.com

Projects UKNL – Alistair McNab, Supply Chain Manager, Projects – alistair.mcnab@centrica.com

Materials & Logistics – Iain Anderson, Materials & Logistics Manager Iain.anderson1@centrica.com

The Netherlands – Vanessa Madeiros, Supply Chain Team Leader – vanessa.madeiros@centrica.com

Norway – Ingrid Sunde, Supply Chain Manager – ingrid.sunde@centrica.com

North America – Troy Laursen, VP Procurement – troy.Laursen@directenergy.com

KEY CONTRACTORS

Amec: Graham Clarke, Head of Supply Chain graham.clarke@amec.com

WoodGroup: Craig Hill, Supply Chain Manager Asset

Operations craig.hill@woodgroup.com

Bibby: John Black, Supply Chain Manager john.black@bibbyoffshore.com

Schlumberger: Michael Nielsen, UKG Procurement & Sourcing

Manager mnielsen@slb.com

Paragon: DouweBijwaard, Purchasing & Logistics Manager dbijwaard@paragonoffshore.com

Subsea 7: Andrew Macleod, Supply Chain Manager andrew.macleod@subsea7.com

For general supply chain enquiries email: aberdeenvendors@centrica.com

www.centricaenergy.com/upstream

@centrica_energy

Centrica Energy Exploration & Production

For our Forward Workplanvisit FPAL: www.achilles.com/en/FPAL-then click on ‘Centrica Forward Workplan’

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