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June 15, 2003 Abu Dhabi, UAE

Dolphin Energy And Qatar University Conduct Detailed Coral Reef Survey At Ras Laffan

Abu Dhabi, UAE, June 15, 2003 – Dolphin Energy Limited (DEL) is working with the University of Qatar on a detailed survey of coral reefs around Ras Laffan in northern Qatar, it was announced this week.

DEL has employed the services of the University’s Scientific and Research Center (SARC) to make a full environmental impact assessment of the area in which its future gas pipelines will be laid.

Yousif Al Khater, Deputy General Manager of DEL in Qatar, said: “We need to determine the current condition of the coral, so that we can organize suitable protection methods along the pipeline routing. As you may imagine, the construction of our various future pipelines will require careful management, in order for us to preserve the local subsea environment.”

Mr Al Khater explained that Dolphin Energy will construct a substantial processing plant in Ras Laffan from 2004 -- where the company will process Qatari gas for subsequent transport by pipeline to the UAE, commencing in 2006.

He added. “A major Dolphin objective is to support and indeed sponsor environmental activities in Qatar, such as coral preservation. We are grateful to SARC, and to the University of Qatar, for their enthusiasm and their professional contribution on this important matter.”