Cerfiticates

In June, 2008

SUCO achieved Certification against the requirements of ISO 9001 (the International Standard for Quality Management System) for the Marine Activities in the Gulf of Suez. This standard ensures that the level of service in marine support for offshore operations and filling tankers is carried out to a consistent and improving level. The Certificate covers the activities in the Fields and also Cairo Office activities in Materials, Contracts, Training and Planning & Follow-up Divisions. To maintain the Certificate, SUCO is re-Certified to the ISO 9001 Standard every three years. This process was done in June 2012 and December 2015.

In September, 2003

SUCO achieved Certification against the requirements of OHSAS 18001 (the Occupational Health and safety Management System) for all activities related to production of oil, gas and condensate from onshore and offshore installations at SUCO fields. To maintain the certificate, SUCO is re-Certified to the OHSAS 18001 Standard every three years. This process was done in September 2006, October 2009 incorporating the new 2007 version of the standard, September 2012 and September 2015.

In March, 2001

SUCO achieved Certification against the requirements of ISO 14001 (the International Standard for Environmental Management System) for all activities related to production of oil, gas and condensate from onshore and offshore installations at SUCO fields. To maintain the Certificate SUCO is re-Certified to the ISO 14001 Standard every three years. This process was done in September 2003, September 2006, October 2009, September 2012 and September 2015.

In September, 2000

Ras Budran field was assessed by Det Norske Veritas against IERS and achieved level 6.

In September, 2000

Zeit Bay and Ras Fanar fields were assessed by Det Norske Veritas against IERS and achieved level 5.

In March, 1995

Ras Budran field was audited against the International Safety Rating System (ISRS) and achieved level 7.

In March, 1995

Zeit Bay and Ras Fanar fields were audited against the International Safety Rating System (ISRS) and achieved level 7.