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    Therearetwodocumentsassociatedwiththislink:

    I. ForinformationabouttheCOPOffshoreVettingCriteriagotoSectionI theMarineVettingandAuditProcessManualforOffshoreVesselsRev2a

    II. ForinformationabouttheCOPTanker VettingCriteriagotoSectionII theMarineVettingandAuditCriteriaManualforTankers

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    SECTIONIMarineVettingandAuditProcessManual

    forOffshoreVessels

    Rev2a

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    UNCONTROLLED UNLESS VIEWED VIA THE INTRANET

    Marine Vetting and Audit Process Manual forOffshore Vessels

    Document No. COP-UMA-GOV-001

    Recommended Document Retention: ADM220 Administrative, Policy, and Procedures; Policy, Directives, and Procedures.

    Rev.No.

    Description Author Reviewed By Approved By Date

    0 Issued for Use Linda Viens Mark Newby Kerr J ohnston 4 Mar 2010

    1 Up-dated Linda Viens Mark Newby Dan Bailie 11 Nov 2010

    2 Up-dated 5.B Linda Viens Mark Newby Dan Bailie 30 Mar 2011

    2a Name change Karen Stacey Linda Viens Linda Viens 1 May 2012

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    THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR GUIDANCE INTHE ASSESSMENT PROCESS.

    FOR SPECIFIC VESSELREQUIREMENTS PLEASE CONTACTTHE GLOBAL PRODUCTION MARINE

    OPERATIONS GROUP

    MarineAssurance@ConocoPhillips.com

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    Marine Vetting and Audi t ProcessIssue Date: 01/05/2012

    Manual for Offshore VesselsRevision: 2a

    COP-UMA-GOV-001 Page 3 of 14

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    1.0 PURPOSE ................................................................................................................. 42.0 SCOPE ...................................................................................................................... 43.0 DEFINITIONS............................................................................................................ 44.0 REFERENCES .......................................................................................................... 55.0 RESPONSIBILITIES ................................................................................................. 66.0 PROCESS AND PROCEDURES .............................................................................. 77.0 MINIMUM VESSEL REQUIREMENTS ................................................................... 108.0 SPECIFIC VESSEL TYPE REQUIREMENTS ........................................................ 11

    APPENDIX A: Vetting and Audit Criteria Process Flowchart .................................. 14

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    Marine Vetting and Audi t ProcessIssue Date: 01/05/2012

    Manual for Offshore VesselsRevision: 2a

    COP-UMA-GOV-001 Page 4 of 14

    1.0 PURPOSEThe Global Marine Vetting Standard requires that all ConocoPhillips (COP) upstream Vessels(as defined in this document) be Vetted. The purpose of this document is to detail the processes

    and procedures that will be used to meet both vetting and audit requirements.

    The application of this document and associated processes will help ensure that the risksinvolved in upstream marine activities are being effectively managed, consistent with thecompanys vision for safety, health, environment, reliability and efficiency.

    2.0 SCOPEThe processes and procedures used are based on industry standards and best practices alongwith consideration of guidelines and recommendations from recognized industry organizationssuch as Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) and International Maritime

    Contractors Association (IMCA). Lessons learned from analysis of near misses, incidents andaccidents are incorporated where appropriate.

    These processes and procedures shall be used to assess the safety and suitability of allVessels that are 50 Gross Tons and above used in any COP upstream activity.

    3.0 DEFINITIONS

    Class A recognized Classification Society that is a member orassociate of the International Association of ClassificationSocieties (IACS).

    Classification Society Private organizations which issue rules for the construction,equipment, and maintenance of merchant ships.

    Common Marine InspectionDocument (CMID)

    A recognized offshore vessel inspection document that ismanaged by IMCA.

    COP Approved Inspector An inspector that is either accredited by OCIMF to inspectoffshore vessels, or an inspector that has the competencies thatmatch a profile approved by the COP Global Production MarineOperations Manager.

    ConocoPhillips Entity Includes all persons or groups within ConocoPhillips;ConocoPhillips subsidiaries; any ConocoPhillips affiliatedcompany or joint venture for which ConocoPhillips or one ormore of its subsidiaries serve as operator; or any sub-contractorthat is hiring a vessel that will work in a COP operated area.

    Fit for Purpose The suitability of a Vessel to meet the designated tasks of thejob it is designed and expected to perform.

    IACS International Association of Classification Societies.

    MODU Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit which includes J ack-Up, Semi-Sub, Drill Ship and any other floating offshore drilling rig.

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    Marine Vetting and Audi t ProcessIssue Date: 01/05/2012

    Manual for Offshore VesselsRevision: 2a

    COP-UMA-GOV-001 Page 5 of 14

    Offshore Vessel InspectionDocument (OVID)

    A recognized offshore vessel inspection document that ismanaged byOCIMF.

    Offshore Support Vessel(OSV)

    Vessels used in upstream operations or projects, including butnot limited to:

    supply

    dive

    anchor handling

    ROV

    well servicing

    sub-sea operations

    construction boats

    well stimulation

    seismic

    geotechnical services

    research

    barges

    crew boats

    dredgers

    heavy lift

    ice breakers

    STCW The International Convention on Standards of Training,

    Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers which setsqualification standards for masters, officers and watchpersonnel on seagoing merchant ships.

    Valid Inspection Report Either a CMID or OVID inspection report that is less than 12months old that was performed by a COP Approved Inspector.

    Vessel All floating assets greater than 50 Gross Tons, including but notlimited to:

    Tug/tow vessels that may be used as propulsion for barges

    Tug/tow vessels that may be used for ship assist

    OSVs

    FPSOs, FSOs, FSUs, FPUs, FLNGs and FSRUs

    Mobile offshore drilling units (MODU)

    Accommodation and passenger vessels

    Vetting The process by which Vessel operator/service providers andtheir equipment are evaluated for acceptability for use by aConocoPhillips Entity through inspection, audit, andassessment review.

    4.0 REFERENCESTable 1 - Reference Documents

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    Marine Vetting and Audi t ProcessIssue Date: 01/05/2012

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    Title Document Number

    Global Marine Vetting Standard Issue No. 7, Nov 2010

    Marine Assurance Scope of Work Specifications Form COP-UMA-FRM-002

    Floating Production and / or Storage System VettingCriteria and Process Manual,

    COP-UMA-GOV-004

    Vetting Exception Request Process COP-UMA-PRM-006

    5.0 RESPONSIBILITIESA. Global Product ion Mar ine Operations Group (GPMOG)

    It shall be the responsibility of GPMOG to implement the Upstream Marine Vettingprocess by: Evaluating the nominated Vessels particulars and functional capabilities against

    the requirements, as defined in the Marine Assurance Scope of WorkSpecifications Form

    Reviewing a Valid Inspection Report, along with any other information that hasbeen submitted or otherwise obtained for the nominated Vessel

    Engaging the Project Development - Naval Architecture and Ocean EngineeringGroup for engineering evaluation of Vessels when required

    Determining acceptance or rejection of the nominated Vessel based on COPguidelines, recommended practices and standards

    Maintaining records of all Vessels nominated for Vetting

    Maintaining a list of COP Approved Inspectors

    B. ConocoPhillips Entities Are responsible for submitting a completed Marine Assurance Scope of Work

    Specifications Form along with the required information for each nominatedVessel

    Are responsible for arranging the inspection of the nominated Vessel by a COPApproved Inspector when a Valid Inspection Report is not available.

    Will not charter or procure a Vessel until a Vetting acceptance e-mail is receivedfrom GPMOG

    Are responsible to ensure that all Vessels maintain a valid GPMOG vetting acceptancestatus while on hire to COP

    C. Vessel Owners/Operators

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    Are responsible for completing and updating the Offshore Vessel ParticularQuestionnaire in the OCIMF data base system or supplying any requestedinformation required by GPMOG on the nominated vessel

    Are responsible for maintaining a Valid Inspection Report during the term of their

    contract with COP Are responsible to notify COP of any changes or modifications to a COP

    contracted or sub-contracted Vessel

    6.0 PROCESS AND PROCEDURESA. General

    At all times acceptance or rejection of a Vessel for any reason is at the absolutediscretion of COP.

    Vessel approval will be based on the Vessel having satisfactory inspection reports andthe ability to safely carry out the required scope of work (