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press releases

June 01, 2003 Abu Dhabi, UAE

One Million Man-Hours Without Accident For Dolphin Energy's First Natural Gas Project

Workers on Al Ain - Fujairah Pipeline Praised for Safety Achievement in Avoiding ‘Lost Time Injuries’

Abu Dhabi, UAE, June 1, 2003 – Dolphin Energy Limited, (DEL), today congratulated workers building the company’s natural gas pipeline from Al Ain to Fujairah on their achievement of one million man-hours without a Lost-Time Injury (LTI).

The project’s contractors are Dodsal Ltd of India. From June 2002, Dodsal assembled and deployed a workforce which has grown to nearly  1,000 men, in order to construct this 205 kilometer, 24-inch pipeline by the end of 4th Quarter 2003.

“We applaud this achievement by our contractors and their workers, who have had to cope with the natural hazards of desert and mountain, as well as difficult weather throughout the spring season,” said Dolphin Energy CEO Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh.

“We have established comprehensive HSE standards for all our contractors.  Good HSE management is critical to prevent accidents and protect the workforce, while at the same time preserving the natural environment.“ He added that environmental safe practice on this project included signposting various potentially interesting archaeological sites along the route.

Mr Al Sayegh concluded: “Dodsal’s achievement of this significant HSE milestone shows how Dolphin is promoting the principles of safe working practices through effective HSE management programs, on-site supervision and team spirit.”

On completion, the pipeline will transport up to 135 million cubic feet of gas per day from Oman to the new power and desalination plant of Union Water & Electricity Company (UWEC) in Fujairah for between 3 ½ and 5 years. By 2006, when Dolphin’s new pipeline system from Qatar is in operation, Qatar natural gas will flow directly, via Al Ain, to Fujairah.