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SUBCONTRACT AGREEMENT
This Subcontract Agreement is made effective {variable:Effective Date (Agreement)} (the "Effective Date") by and
between {variable:Party Name (Internal)} (hereinafter called CONTRACTOR) with an address at {variable:Street
Address (Internal Party)}, {variable:City (Internal Party)}, {variable:State / Province (Internal
Party)}, {variable:Postal Code / Zip (Internal Party)} and {variable:Party Name (External Party)} (hereinafter called
SUBCONTRACTOR) with an address at {variable:Street Address (External Party)}, {variable:City (External
Party)}, {variable:State / Province (External Party)}, {variable:Postal Code / Zip (External Party)}.


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WHEREAS Sarulla Operations Limited (hereinafter called CLIENT) has awarded a Main Contract (as hereinafter
defined) to CONTRACTOR to perform Work (as hereinafter defined) for CLIENT under Contract No. EX: SOL-
GM-009 R00, CLIENT: SARULLA OPERATION LTD, SUBJECT: GEOTHERMAL DRILLING CONTRACT


CONTRACTOR now wishes to utilize the resources of SUBCONTRACTOR to perform the Services (as hereinafter
defined), which Services comprise a vital portion of the Work.

All subcontractors performing services for the ultimate benefit of CLIENT are to be bound by terms and conditions
consistent with the terms and conditions of the Main Contract.

SUBCONTRACTOR, having been afforded the opportunity to read and comment upon the provisions of the Main
Contract (other than details of CONTRACTORs prices), is willing to perform the Services.

Now therefore, for the mutual consideration expressed herein, the parties hereby agree as follows:

1. DEFINITIONS

For the purpose of this Agreement, the following terms shall have the meanings assigned to them in this Article:

1.1 Agreement means this Subcontract as originally executed or as may from time to time be amended by a
specific written instrument executed on behalf of both Parties and the Exhibits A, B, C, D, E,
F, G, and H attached hereto, being:
a. Exhibit A: Scope of Services
b. Exhibit B: Main Contract
c. Exhibit C: Compensation Schedule
d. Exhibit D: Works Schedule
e. Exhibit E: Contract and Performance Parameter
f. Exhibit F: Equipment Specification from Subcontractor
g. Exhibit G: For Onsite Provider
h. Exhibit H: HSE Standard

1.2 Main Contract means those parts of the contract between CLIENT and CONTRACTOR concerning the
Work, which are attached hereto as Exhibit B.

1.3 Work means all work to be undertaken under the Main Contract for CLIENT by CONTRACTOR.

1.4 Services means the services to be performed by SUBCONTRACTOR under this Agreement as more
particularly described in Exhibit A.

1.5 Party or Parties means either CONTRACTOR or SUBCONTRACTOR, or both.

2. GENERAL

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2.1 SUBCONTRACTOR shall perform the Services in accordance with this Agreement and the requirements
of the Main Contract (insofar as it relates to the provision of the Services), both in the manner of
performance and in the completed results.

2.2 SUBCONTRACTOR shall provide all labor, materials, plant and equipment required for the execution,
completion and maintenance of the Services as more particularly described in Exhibit A.

2.3 SUBCONTRACTOR shall not assign the whole or any part of this Agreement nor shall
SUBCONTRACTOR sublet the whole or any part of the Services without the previous written consent of
CONTRACTOR and, where required, of CLIENT.

2.4 Where any term or provision of this Agreement conflicts or is inconsistent with the terms of the Main
Contract, the terms and provisions of this Agreement shall to that extent prevail.

3. OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES

3.1 SUBCONTRACTOR agrees that it has full knowledge and understanding of the Main Contract.

3.2 SUBCONTRACTOR shall execute, complete and maintain the Services such that no act or omission by
SUBCONTRACTOR in relation thereto shall constitute, cause or contribute to a breach by
CONTRACTOR of any of CONTRACTORs obligations under the Main Contract.

3.3 Nothing herein shall be construed as creating any privity of contract between SUBCONTRACTOR and
CLIENT and SUBCONTRACTOR shall not contact CLIENT in connection with the Services other than
through or with the prior written consent of CONTRACTOR.

3.4 Except as otherwise specifically provided for in this Agreement, the terms and conditions of the Main
Contract shall apply mutatis mutandis to this Agreement as between CONTRACTOR and
SUBCONTRACTOR, so that SUBCONTRACTOR shall have in respect of CONTRACTOR and in
relation to the Services the same rights, duties, responsibilities, obligations and liabilities under this
Agreement as CONTRACTOR has in respect of CLIENT and in relation to the Work under the Main
Contract. CONTRACTOR shall have in respect of SUBCONTRACTOR and in relation to the Services the
same rights, powers and remedies, responsibilities, obligations and liabilities under this Agreement as
CLIENT has in respect of CONTRACTOR and in relation to the Work under the Main Contract.

3.5 SUBCONTRACTOR shall carry out the Services in a professional and workmanlike manner in every
respect, and in accordance with the Schedule set forth in Exhibit A and the specifications set forth
therein. If at any time, SUBCONTRACTOR fails to perform the Services in the manner and at the times set
out in this Agreement then SUBCONTRACTOR shall, immediately upon the request of CONTRACTOR,
at no additional cost to CONTRACTOR, take all necessary steps, including but not limited to, the
substitution of defective equipment, the provision of additional equipment and/or labor, changes in the
method and manner of performance, and other measures as required so to perform. The request by
CONTRACTOR of such measures shall be without prejudice to any other rights or remedies
CONTRACTOR may have under this Agreement or at law. SUBCONTRACTOR will be responsible to
CONTRACTOR for any monetary consequences that CONTRACTOR suffers under the Main Contract as
a result of SUBCONTRACTORs failure to perform the Services in the manner and at the times set out in
this Agreement.

3.6 It shall be the responsibility of SUBCONTRACTOR to inform and report to CONTRACTOR forthwith
upon the occurrence of any event or circumstance which may, in SUBCONTRACTORs opinion,
immediately or in the future, impede the proper and timely execution of the Services so that remedial
action, as is appropriate under the circumstances, may be taken and relevant decisions made.

3.7 Whenever CONTRACTOR is required under the Main Contract to give any return, account or notice,
SUBCONTRACTOR shall in relation to the Services give a similar return, account or notice or such other
information in writing to CONTRACTOR as will enable CONTRACTOR to comply with the requirements
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of the Main Contract. If solely and directly by reason of any breach by SUBCONTRACTOR of this
Article, CONTRACTOR is prevented from recovering any sum from CLIENT under the Main Contract in
relation to the Services, then without prejudice to any other right or remedy of CONTRACTOR under this
Agreement or at law for such breach, CONTRACTOR may deduct such sum from monies otherwise due
SUBCONTRACTOR under this Agreement.

3.8 SUBCONTRACTOR shall in relation to the Services comply with all instructions and decisions that are
notified and confirmed in writing to SUBCONTRACTOR by CONTRACTOR, where such instructions
and decisions are validly given under the Agreement.

3.9 CONTRACTOR shall have the like powers in relation to the Services under this Agreement to give
instructions and decisions as CLIENT has in relation to the Work under the Main Contract, and
SUBCONTRACTOR shall have the like obligations to abide by and comply therewith and the like rights in
relation thereto as CONTRACTOR has in respect of CLIENT under the Main Contract.

3.10 SUBCONTRACTOR shall make such variations in the Services whether by way of addition, modification
or omission, as may be:
a. ordered by CLIENT in accordance with the Main Contract and confirmed in writing to
SUBCONTRACTOR by CONTRACTOR; or
b. agreed to be made by CLIENT and CONTRACTOR (which agreement shall not be made unless
CONTRACTOR has first secured the agreement of SUBCONTRACTOR to such addition,
modification or omission and the effect on price pursuant to Article ) and confirmed in writing to
SUBCONTRACTOR by CONTRACTOR.

3.11 The value of all variations which may be made under the provision above shall be ascertained by reference
to the rates and/or prices specified in Exhibit A for like or analogous work, but if there are no such Rates
and/or Prices, or if they are not applicable, then the value shall be such as is fair and reasonable in all
circumstances. In determining what is a fair and reasonable valuation, regard shall be had to any valuation
made under the Main Contract in respect of the same variation, provided that nothing in Articles and shall
oblige SUBCONTRACTOR to undertake variations in the Services at a loss.

3.12 Without limiting SUBCONTRACTORs liabilities under this Agreement, SUBCONTRACTOR shall effect
and maintain with a first class insurance company, policies of insurance adequate to cover its liabilities and
to fulfill any requirements of government or other appropriate bodies in accordance with the insurance
provisions of the Main Contract set forth in Exhibit B and in such sums and for the benefit of such
persons as are specified therein. Notwithstanding the provisions of the Main Contract,
SUBCONTRACTOR shall name CONTRACTOR and CLIENT as additional insured and shall ensure that
SUBCONTRACTORs insurers waive their rights of subrogation against CONTRACTOR and CLIENT
but both only to the extent of the liabilities expressly assumed hereunder by SUBCONTRACTOR.

3.13 Each Party shall hold harmless and indemnify the other Party, the other Partys parent or subsidiary and
affiliates, and its other subcontractors and their respective directors, officers, employees and agents from
and against all liability for injury to or death of the personnel of the indemnifying Party or the indemnifying
Partys other subcontractors (of any tier) personnel and for loss of or damage to the property of the
indemnifying Party or the indemnifying Partys subcontractors (of any tier) or the property of their
respective personnel, and all claims, demands, proceedings, damages, costs, losses, liabilities and expenses
whatsoever resulting there from arising out of, or in consequence of the performance of this Agreement,
irrespective of the negligence or breach of duty of any of the indemnified Parties.

3.14 SUBCONTRACTOR shall hold harmless and indemnify CONTRACTOR, its parent, subsidiaries, affiliates
and co-ventures, and their respective directors, officers and employees, (hereinafter jointly and severally
referred to as CONTRACTOR Indemnified Parties) from and against all liability for injury to or death of
SUBCONTRACTORs or its subcontractors personnel and for loss or damage to SUBCONTRACTORs
or its subcontractors property or the property of SUBCONTRACTORs or its subcontractors personnel
and all claims, demands, proceedings, damages, costs, losses, liabilities and expenses whatsoever resulting
there from arising out of, or in consequence of the performance of this Agreement, irrespective of the
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negligence or breach of duty of any of the CONTRACTOR Indemnified Parties.

3.15 Except as otherwise provided for in this Agreement, SUBCONTRACTOR agrees to defend, indemnify,
release and hold harmless the CONTRACTOR, its subsidiaries, parents and affiliated companies and the
officers, directors and employees of all of them from and against any claims, liability and expenses for
damage to or loss of property owned by or leased by the CLIENT, and personal injury, death or property
damage or loss to CLIENTs personnel and the property or personnel of other third parties to the extent that
such damage, loss, injury or death is caused by the Subcontractors fault, negligence or willful misconduct
during the furnishing and performance of the Subcontract Work.

3.16 If CLIENT under the Main Contract agrees with CONTRACTOR to indemnify SUBCONTRACTOR
against or to accept liability in whole or in part for some form of loss or damage suffered by
SUBCONTRACTOR in connection with the Services, CONTRACTOR agrees at the request of
SUBCONTRACTOR to take all reasonable steps and provide all reasonable assistance to
SUBCONTRACTOR to enforce such provision against CLIENT on behalf of SUBCONTRACTOR subject
to receiving from SUBCONTRACTOR a full indemnity as to costs incurred by CONTRACTOR under this
Article.

3.17 Neither SUBCONTRACTOR nor CONTRACTOR shall be liable to the other for indirect or consequential
losses which shall mean loss of profit, loss of use, loss of production or business interruption, or similar
losses irrespective of the negligence or breach of duty of the Party to be indemnified, and whether
foreseeable or not at the date hereof.

3.18 Where under the Main Contract CONTRACTOR is obliged to assign the benefits and/or obligations of any
subcontract entered into by CONTRACTOR in connection with the Main Contract (including this
Agreement) in certain stated circumstances, SUBCONTRACTOR shall agree to and shall co-operate fully
with CONTRACTOR and CLIENT in the execution of such assignment.

3.19 SUBCONTRACTOR shall abide by all applicable CLIENT safety and quality assurance requirements.
SUBCONTRACTOR must implement these safety and quality assurance systems at own cost to the
satisfaction of CLIENT and CONTRACTOR.

3.20 CONTRACTOR shall have the right to assign this Agreement to any of its parent subsidiary or fellow
subsidiaries undertakings (all as here before defined) and shall notify SUBCONTRACTOR of such
assignment in writing.

3.21 CONTRACTOR is not bound to purchase any goods or subcontract any service under this Agreement. This
Agreement does not obligate CONTRACTOR to any minimum or exclusive purchase requirement or
exclusive service subcontracting with SUBCONTRACTOR. CLIENTs intent is to drill all XXX Wells and
complete all associated Scope of Work such as XXX Service with CONTRACTOR and CONTRACTORs
intent is to subcontract XXX Service and associated services as listed under Appendixes A & C to
SUBCONTRACTOR; however, CONTRACTOR cannot guarantee it will be able to contract 100% of the
intended Scope of Work to SUBCONTRACTOR should Client cancel the project and/or change its drilling
program and/or for any other reasons as listed in the herein Agreement. SUBCONTRACTORs offer shall
not be conditioned to be subcontracted the full Scope of Work listed under Appendixes A & C.


4. COMPENSATION

4.1 As compensation for the satisfactory performance of the Services, SUBCONTRACTOR shall receive
payment in accordance with the Rates and/or Prices stated in Exhibit A, within fifteen (15) days after
CONTRACTOR receives payment from CLIENT for the Services, which shall be based upon
SUBCONTRACTORs properly completed and timely submitted official invoice to CONTRACTOR. All
payments shall be made hereunder in the currency stated in Exhibit A for that part of the Work that
relates to the Services as contained in SUBCONTRACTORs invoice.

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4.2 SUBCONTRACTOR warrants that the Rates and/or Prices set out in Exhibit A to this Agreement are
correct and sufficient to support the performance of all of its obligations either expressed or implied in this
Agreement or otherwise appropriate for the proper and timely performance of the Services, based on
applicable laws and regulations in effect at the date of execution of this Agreement.

4.3 An insurance certificate showing compliance by SUBCONTRACTOR with the insurance requirements of
this Agreement and the Main Contract shall be delivered to CONTRACTOR before commencement of the
Services.

5. DURATION

5.1 This Agreement shall be deemed to be effective on the date hereof and shall remain in full force and effect
(i) until full and final performance of the Main Contract or final accounting and settlement of all
obligations and/or disputes arising from this Agreement, whichever event shall occur last, or (ii) until
terminated as per Article 6.

5.2 Notwithstanding the completion of the Services or termination of this Agreement, it is agreed that the
provisions of Articles and of this Agreement and any provision surviving termination of the Main Contract
shall survive termination of this Agreement.

6. TERMINATION

6.1 Without prejudice to CONTRACTORs rights under Article below, CONTRACTOR shall have the right to
terminate this Agreement for any reason, at any time on giving notice in writing to SUBCONTRACTOR.
Notwithstanding any provisions to the contrary in the Main Contract, in the event that CONTRACTOR
terminates for its own reasons hereunder, SUBCONTRACTOR shall be entitled to recover from
CONTRACTOR all monies due prior to such termination plus all reasonable costs actually incurred or
committed by SUBCONTRACTOR as the result of early termination. The total payment due to
SUBCONTRACTOR under this Article shall in no circumstance exceed an amount equal to the unpaid
balance of the SUBCONTRACTORs agreed total subcontract value under this Agreement.

6.2 If SUBCONTRACTOR:
a. fails to proceed with the Services with due diligence; or
b. fails to execute the Services or to perform its other material obligations in accordance with this
Agreement; or
c. becomes bankrupt or enters a deed or arrangement with its creditors or being a company goes into
liquidation (other than a voluntary liquidation for the purposes of reconstruction) or has a receiver
appointed of all or part of its undertaking;
then in such event and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies CONTRACTOR may have under
this Agreement or at law, CONTRACTOR may by written notice to SUBCONTRACTOR forthwith
terminate this Agreement.

6.3 Termination of this Agreement howsoever caused shall not prejudice the rights or obligations of either of
the Parties that have accrued prior to termination.

6.4 CONTRACTOR may in lieu of giving notice of termination under Article take part of the Services out of
the hands of SUBCONTRACTOR and may by itself or by others execute, complete and maintain such part,
and in such event CONTRACTOR may recover all reasonable costs of so doing from SUBCONTRACTOR
or deduct the costs from monies otherwise due to SUBCONTRACTOR.

7. TAXES

To the extent that CONTRACTOR is responsible under the Main Contract for taxes, imposts, fees, duties and the
like related to the performance of the Work, SUBCONTRACTOR shall similarly be responsible for taxes, imposts,
fees, duties and the like related to the performance of the Services and shall indemnify CONTRACTOR and the
CLIENT in respect of all liabilities and associated costs and expenses which they may incur in connection therewith.
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SUBCONTRACTOR's prices are inclusive of any sales, use, value-added, excise, turnover, business and other
similar types of taxes which shall be payable by SUBCONTRACTOR.

8. GOVERNING LAW AND ARBITRATION

8.1 SUBCONTRACTOR must submit any claims or disputes arising under this Agreement to CONTRACTOR
in writing within 90 days after invoice date, and SUBCONTRACTOR'S failure to do so will constitute a
waiver by SUBCONTRACTOR of any legal or equitable rights with respect to the subject matter of the
claim or dispute. Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or in relation to this Agreement or its
breach, termination or validity shall be settled by arbitration as stated in Clause 8.2.

8.2 The validity, interpretation and construction of this Agreement shall be determined by the laws of the
Republic of Indonesia. The parties waive the application of Articles 1266 of the Indonesian Civil Code to
the extent it requires the judicial court to approve the termination of this Agreement.. All disputes,
differences or questions arising out of or relating to this agreement or the validity, interpretation, breach,
violation or termination thereof, if not finally settled by mutual agreement of the parties hereto within thirty
(30) days, shall be finally and solely determined and settled by arbitration at Badan Arbitrase Nasional
Indonesia (Indonesian National Arbitration Centre or BANI) in accordance with BANI rules in Jakarta,
Indonesia. The parties also agree that: (a) the number of arbitrators shall be three with the third acting as an
umpire; (b) the appointing authority shall be the chairman of BANI; and (c) the language to be used in the
arbitral proceedings shall be English. The parties agree that any arbitral award shall be considered final and
will be enforceable in any appropriate judicial court.

9. NOTICES

All notices and or communications in connection with this Agreement must be in writing, shall be clearly marked
with the Agreement No. {variable:Agreement Id} and must be given in writing and may be delivered in person or
sent by prepaid first class post, courier or facsimile (with confirmation) to the authorized representative as set forth
below:



{variable:Party Name (External Party)} PT HALLIBURTON LOGGING SERVICES
INDONESIA

Attn: ______________________

Attn: Jose Perez Villareal

{variable:City (External Party)}, {variable:State /
Province (External Party)} {variable:Postal Code /
Zip (External Party)}

BRI2 Building, 12
th
Floor, Suite 1201, Jl. Jend.
Sudirman Kav. 44-46, Jakarta 10210

Phone: _____________________

Phone: +62 21 57972400

Fax: ______________________

Fax: +62 21 5709454

10. CONFIDENTIALITY

10.1 SUBCONTRACTOR acknowledges that during the term of this Agreement, SUBCONTRACTOR may
have access to certain confidential and proprietary information of CLIENT, whether or not so labeled, the
disclosure of which could be harmful to the interests of CLIENT (CLIENT Confidential Information,
which shall also include the terms of this Agreement, communications pursuant to this Agreement,
information provided by CLIENT to SUBCONTRACTOR and Services provided by SUBCONTRACTOR
pursuant to this Agreement). SUBCONTRACTOR agrees to take appropriate precautions to safeguard all
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CLIENT Confidential Information and not to disclose, during the terms of this Agreement or following the
termination thereof, any such CLIENT Confidential Information except (a) as required by law or (b) after
receipt of prior written authorization from CLIENT.

10.2 SUBCONTRACTOR acknowledges that all documents, drawings, manuals, letters, notebooks, reports,
records, computer disks or other magnetic media, and similar repositories of CLIENT Confidential
Information, whether prepared by SUBCONTRACTOR or others, are the property of the CLIENT. Within
three days after the termination of this Agreement or upon request of CLIENT at any other time,
SUBCONTRACTOR agrees to surrender all such materials containing CLIENT Confidential Information
in SUBCONTRACTORs or any subSUBCONTRACTORs possession to CLIENT, including all copies of
CLIENT Confidential Information made by SUBCONTRACTOR in tangible form, and
SUBCONTRACTOR shall certify to CLIENT in writing that SUBCONTRACTOR has deleted Information
from all electronic storage media on which it was placed by SUBCONTRACTOR.

10.3 SUBCONTRACTOR shall not take any physical forms of Information from the SUBCONTRACTORs
offices or worksites (or makes copies of them) without CLIENTs prior written permission.

10.4 Except for the limited use rights expressly enumerated herein, this Agreement does not grant, and shall not
be construed as granting, to SUBCONTRACTOR a license or any rights under any of CLIENTs patent,
trademark, copyright, or trade secret rights beyond that necessary for the purposes of this Agreement, or the
granting of any right to use CLIENTs name in connection with any proposals to third parties.

10.5 The foregoing obligations shall not apply to any information which (i) is publicly known or becomes
publicly known through no fault of or disclosure by SUBCONTRACTOR; (ii) is given to
SUBCONTRACTOR by someone other than CLIENT as a matter of right and without restriction of
disclosure; (iii) was known to the SUBCONTRACTOR prior to the day the Agreement is signed; or, (iv) is
legally compelled to be disclosed. Disclosures that are made to SUBCONTRACTOR under this Agreement
which are specific shall not be deemed to be within the foregoing exceptions merely because they were
embraced by general disclosures that are either in the public domain or in the possession of
SUBCONTRACTOR. In addition, any combination of features shall not be deemed to be within the
foregoing exceptions merely because individual features are in the public domain or in the possession of
SUBCONTRACTOR, but only if the combination itself and its principle of operations are in the public
domain and in the possession of SUBCONTRACTOR.

10.6 If SUBCONTRACTOR receives a subpoena, order, notice, process or other legal process seeking
disclosure of CLIENTs Information, SUBCONTRACTOR shall immediately notify CLIENT in order to
allow CLIENT the opportunity to oppose the order, notice, or process, or seek a protective order. If
requested by CLIENT, SUBCONTRACTOR shall cooperate fully with CLIENT in contesting such
disclosure. Except as such demand shall have been timely limited, quashed or extended,
SUBCONTRACTOR may thereafter comply with such demand, but only to the extent required by
law. Where CLIENT obtains a protective order, nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to authorize
SUBCONTRACTOR to use in any manner or disclose CLIENTs Information to parties other than such
governmental or judicial agency or body or beyond the scope of the protective order.

10.7 SUBCONTRACTOR shall make its subSUBCONTRACTORs and its and their Affiliates aware of the
obligations of confidentiality set forth in this Paragraph 17 and shall require that all persons be subject to
and comply with these same confidentiality obligations.

10.8 Neither Party shall publish or permit to be published either alone or in conjunction with any other person
any information, articles, photographs or other illustrations relating to the Services, the other Party or the
CLIENT without the prior written consent of the owner of such information.

11. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

11.1 In consideration of the fees paid to SUBCONTRACTOR under this Agreement, everything that the
SUBCONTRACTOR has written or developed, and subsequently writes or develops, in the course of
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providing the Services, including any software, computer programs, drawings, designs, reports,
computations, calculations, working papers, and documents of every kind, shall be the property of
CONTRACTOR or CLIENT, except for the SUBCONTRACTORs Background Information referred to
within this Agreement. SUBCONTRACTOR agrees to deliver any such software, computer programs,
drawings, designs, reports, computations, calculations, working papers, documents of every kind,
inventions, discoveries, innovations, and other developments to CLIENT upon request by
CLIENT. Without any additional consideration, the SUBCONTRACTOR will assign, and hereby assigns,
to CONTRACTOR or CLIENT all rights, title and interest in anything that the SUBCONTRACTOR has
written or developed, or writes or develops, while performing the Services (other than the
SUBCONTRACTORs Information), including all patent and copyright rights relating thereto.

11.2 SUBCONTRACTOR agrees to assign, and hereby assigns, to CONTRACTOR or CLIENT all right, title
and interest in any invention, discoveries, innovations, and other developments, patentable or not, made or
conceived solely by SUBCONTRACTOR or jointly with others during the course of performing the
Services, other than the SUBCONTRACTORs Information.

11.3 SUBCONTRACTOR shall promptly disclose to CONTRACTOR or CLIENT any such invention,
discoveries, innovations, and other developments, patentable or not, made or conceived solely by the
SUBCONTRACTOR or jointly with others during the course of performing the Services, and the
SUBCONTRACTOR shall, upon request, execute an assignment to CONTRACTOR or CLIENT of any
patent, trade secret or other proprietary right and shall do anything else reasonably necessary to enable
CLIENT to perfect its rights therein, including the execution of any documents deemed necessary or
expedient by CLIENT in order to apply for, obtain, and maintain Letters Patent in the United States and/or
foreign countries for any such inventions, discoveries, innovations, and other developments.

11.4 SUBCONTRACTOR shall indemnify CONTRACTOR and CLIENT and hold it harmless from and against
all demands, claims, damages, losses, and expenses (including reasonable costs, fees of attorneys,
accountants, and expert witnesses) arising out of or resulting from any action by a third party against
CONTRACTOR and CLIENT that is based on any successfully adjudicated claim that any Services
performed under this Agreement, or the results thereof, willfully or knowingly infringe a patent, copyright,
or trademark or violate a trade secret or other proprietary right of any person or entity. Notwithstanding
the foregoing, SUBCONTRACTOR will have no such obligation of indemnification if CONTRACTOR or
CLIENT specifically directs SUBCONTRACTOR to use specific equipment or use any specific methods or
processes that are subsequently found to infringe a patent, copyright, or trademark or violate a trade secret
or other proprietary right of any person or entity.

11.5 The obligations contained in this Section 6 shall continue until fulfilled and shall not be affected by the
termination of this Agreement.

11.6 During the term of this Agreement, and for a period of one year after termination, the SUBCONTRACTOR
agrees that SUBCONTRACTOR will not, without the express written consent of CLIENT, directly or
indirectly, as an owner, director, stockholder, consultant, independent contractor, agent or otherwise,
engage or assist any other person (other than CLIENT) to engage in any activity that relates to the specific
Services or deliverables provided by SUBCONTRACTOR under this agreement, and which conflicts with
the interests of CONTRACTOR or CLIENT. SUBCONTRACTOR shall not, directly or indirectly, solicit
for employment any of CLIENTs employees until at least one year after the end of the Agreement.

11.7 SUBCONTRACTOR may bring to bear certain processes, techniques and know-how that were developed
by the SUBCONTRACTOR prior to this Agreement and are confidential or proprietary to the
SUBCONTRACTOR (SUBCONTRACTORs Information). Except as set forth in this Section, the
SUBCONTRACTOR shall retain all rights to the SUBCONTRACTORs
Information. SUBCONTRACTOR agrees that SUBCONTRACTOR will notify CLIENT and
CONTRACTOR in writing of any SUBCONTRACTORs Information that SUBCONTRACTOR intends
to use in performing the Consulting Services prior to its use or incorporation in any documents or other
deliverables to be given to CLIENT. SUBCONTRACTOR further agrees to grant, and hereby grants, to
CLIENT a perpetual, royalty-free, worldwide, nonexclusive license to use, copy or disseminate
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SUBCONTRACTORs Information (used to provide Consulting Services hereunder) to the extent that
SUBCONTRACTORs Information is (a) provided to CLIENT in any documents or other deliverables
under this Agreement and (b) used in connection with the development, sale, distribution, use or
manufacture of CLIENTs products and services in the oil and gas industry. SUBCONTRACTOR further
agrees that CLIENT, with no further obligation to provide SUBCONTRACTOR any additional
consideration, shall have the full and unlimited right to make, use, and sell any products or services in the
oil and gas industry that include or are based upon any pre-existing inventions owned by
SUBCONTRACTOR, whether patented or unpatented, should SUBCONTRACTOR incorporate such pre-
existing inventions in the drawings, designs, reports, computations, calculations, working papers,
documents of every kind, inventions, discoveries, innovations, and other developments that are prepared,
conceived, developed or reduced to practice by SUBCONTRACTOR under this Agreement.

11.8 SUBCONTRACTORs Information may include information that relates to systems, procedures, processes,
techniques and know-how, but does not include any information which CLIENT can show (a) is publicly
known or becomes publicly known through no fault of or disclosure by CLIENT; (b) is given to CLIENT
by someone other than the SUBCONTRACTOR as a matter of right and without restriction of disclosure;
(c) was known to CLIENT prior to the Effective Date of this Agreement; or (d) is independently developed
by or for CLIENT by persons having no access to the SUBCONTRACTORs Information disclosed
hereunder.

12. LIENS, ATTACHMENTS AND ENCUMBRANCES

SUBCONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all claims in respect of labor, equipment, supplies and materials to be
furnished by or on behalf of SUBCONTRACTOR hereunder, and SUBCONTRACTOR shall not permit liens,
attachments or encumbrances relating to its obligations to be imposed by any person, firm, or government authority
upon CONTRACTORs or CLIENTs property by reason of any such claim or demand against
SUBCONTRACTOR. Any such lien, attachment, or other encumbrance shall, until SUBCONTRACTOR shall have
secured the release thereof, preclude any claims or demands by SUBCONTRACTOR for payment under this
Agreement, and in the event that the same shall not have been removed within a reasonable amount of time after
receipt by SUBCONTRACTOR of written notice from CONTRACTOR, then CONTRACTOR may remove the
same and withhold the cost of removal, including legal and other fees and expenses, from any sums due to
SUBCONTRACTOR hereunder.

13. ENTIRE AGREEMENT

This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the Parties in relation to the Services and supersedes all
prior agreements, understandings and commitments, whether oral or in writing, between the Parties. No changes,
alterations or modifications to this Agreement shall be binding on either Party unless set down in writing and signed
by the authorized representatives of the Parties. Each party irrevocably and unconditionally waives any right it may
have to claim damages for any misrepresentation not contained in this Agreement or for breach of any warranty not
contained in this Agreement unless such misrepresentation or warranty was made fraudulently and/or to rescind this
Agreement.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the Parties have caused this Agreement to be executed as evidenced by the signature of
their respective representatives.


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Signature: ____________________________ Signature: ____________________________


By: _________________________________

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EXHIBIT A SCOPE OF SERVICES
The SUBCONTRACTOR shall perform the XXX Scope of Work described on the attached
document herein about:
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EXHIBIT B - MAIN CONTRACT AND RELEVANT EXHIBITS


Copy of the Main Contract between CONTRACTOR and CLIENT is provided to
SUBCONTRACTOR with the following Annexes and Exhibits:

Exhibit E : Form of Performance Bond
Exhibit K : Insurances requirement
Exhibit L : QHSE Program
Exhibit Q : Form of Completion Work Certificate
Exhibit S4 : Calculation of Cancellation Charges


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EXHIBIT C COMPENSATION SCHEDULE


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EXHIBIT D - XXX WORKS SCHEDULE




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EXHIBIT E - CONTRACT AND PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS

1. Performance Bank Guarantee 5% of Contract Value
2 Liquidated Damage Clausal Apply to guarantee on time delivery schedule and
performance service to prevent delay of well
completion due to sole faults of Subcontractor.
etc. other performance
parameter
Based on further discussion between the parties


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EXHIBIT F - EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATION FROM SUBCONTRACTOR


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EXHIBIT G - FOR ONSITE SERVICE PROVIDERS

Halliburton Policies
The following Halliburton Policies are corporate policies that Seller, its employees, agents and
contractors are required to abide by while performing the Services for Halliburton. Seller agrees
to provide copies of and communicate the following to its employees, agents and contractors that
will be performing the Services. Failure to abide by or violation of the following shall result in
the immediate termination of the Agreement by Halliburton pursuant to the Article entitled
Default and Termination for Cause within the Agreement.
1. HALLIBURTON DRUG, ALCOHOL & SUBSTANCE ABUSE POLICY

PREAMBLE: This policy establishes Halliburtons compliance goals on drug, alcohol and
substance abuse in the workplace and on the use of drug, alcohol and substance abuse testing.
The policy forms a template from which Business Units, in conjunction with local laws and local
regulations, are to develop Business Unit specific practices and procedures.

PURPOSE: This document establishes the policy of Halliburton, its Business Units, divisions,
subsidiaries and affiliates (collectively Halliburton) concerning drugs, alcohol and substance
abuse in the workplace in order to maintain a drug free work environment safe for employees
and conducive to high work standards.

SCOPE: Covered Persons: Employees and Contractors while on Customer property or
Halliburton property shall, at a minimum, be required to comply with the provisions of this
policy as well as any applicable business unit or regional alcohol and controlled substances
business practices, applicable Customer policy, local law and local regulatory agency policy.

POLICY:
Summary: This policy prohibits the use of controlled or Prohibited Substances by Covered
Persons at any time and prohibits and/or regulates the use of alcohol and intoxicating beverages
by Covered Persons while engaged in Halliburton activities. This policy will be administered and
enforced through and in concert with applicable subsidiaries and divisions on a country by
country basis in regard to alcohol and intoxicating beverages and local law or regulatory agency
policy. In cases where this policy is in conflict with local law or regulatory agency policy, local
laws and local regulatory agency policy will be adhered to.

Substances Restricted by This Policy:

1. Illegal drugs including inhalants and designer drugs. The use, sale or attempted sale,
possession, distribution or attempted distribution, manufacture or attempted manufacture,
transfer or attempted transfer, and transportation or attempted transportation of illegal drugs
including inhalants and designer drugs (collectively, Prohibited Substances) is strictly
prohibited at any time. The detectable presence of Prohibited Substances at a level determined by
Halliburton and consistent with local law or local regulatory guidelines is prohibited.
Medications requiring prescriptions from a duly licensed medical practitioner are also prohibited
unless the use by the Covered Persons is consistent with the written instructions in a valid written
prescription in the Covered Persons name.
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2. Alcohol or Intoxicating Beverages. The use, sale or attempted sale, possession, distribution or
attempted distribution, manufacture or attempted manufacture, transfer or attempted transfer, and
transportation or attempted transportation of alcohol or intoxicating beverages while On Duty is
prohibited. The detection of alcohol or intoxicating beverages at a level of .02 BAC (% Blood
Alcohol Concentration) or above while on duty will result in disciplinary action as described in
the Drugs of Abuse and Alcohol Testing Procedures Manual (contractual requirements, local law
or local regulatory guidelines may supersede minimum discipline procedures).

The prohibitions above apply to all Covered Persons while On Duty, or while in, on, or using
Halliburton Property or Customer Property. It is the Covered Persons responsibility to
determine by consulting with their health care provider whether a prescription medication would
affect their performance. Covered Persons in safety sensitive positions who have been prescribed
medication that could affect the safe performance of their duties are required to notify their
Halliburton supervisor prior to performing any hazardous or dangerous tasks. Failure by a
Covered Person to notify his/her Halliburton supervisor shall be a violation of this policy.

Prohibitions: Operating any Customer Property motor vehicle or vessel or Halliburton Property
motor vehicle or vessel under the influence of Prohibited Substances, alcohol or intoxicating
beverage is strictly prohibited. Reporting to work under the influence of any Prohibited
Substances, alcohol or intoxicating beverage is strictly prohibited.

Prohibited Substances, alcohol or intoxicating beverages are strictly prohibited at all Halliburton
facilities. An appropriate officer of Halliburton or business unit may in certain cases, grant
exception regarding restrictions on alcohol or intoxicating beverages usage; however, no
exception may be granted regarding the operation of motor vehicles or vessels owned or
otherwise controlled by Halliburton.

Customer Policy: It is Halliburtons policy to support Customers policies regarding drugs,
alcohol, and substance abuse. Covered Persons shall comply with Customers policies regarding
drugs, alcohol and substance abuse while on customer property.

Testing: All testing of Covered Persons done as a part of this policy must conform to
Halliburton procedures, applicable Halliburton policy, local laws and local regulatory agency
guidelines. Where permitted by local law, or local regulatory guidelines, the following drug and
alcohol tests may be conducted by or on behalf of Halliburton or its Customers: pre-employment,
Customer requested tests, post incident, random, sweep, reasonable cause, rehabilitation and
other tests as mandated by local regulatory agencies and law. Collections and testing will be
conducted only by qualified personnel and as applicable regulations and laws allow.

The presence of a Prohibited Substance, alcohol or intoxicating beverage in a Covered Persons
urine, blood, or breath is a violation of this policy. Halliburton reserves the right to require on an
unannounced basis, collection of a second specimen in the event the first specimen has been
determined to be invalid for testing purposes. Confirmed positive test results indicating the
presence of a Prohibited Substance, alcohol or intoxicating beverage in a Covered Persons
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immediate termination.

Tampering by a Covered Person with a specimen or using a substance or device designed to
falsify test results is a violation of this policy which may result in termination and bar re-
employment or bar consideration for employment. Refusal to provide an adequate sample,
within a reasonable time frame, for testing under the terms of this policy is a violation of this
policy, which may result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination or bar
consideration for employment. Covered Person may request that the sample that was originally
submitted be re-tested by an approved laboratory at his or her own expense. If a confirmed
positive test result is reversed due to the results of the re-test, Halliburton will reimburse the
Covered Person for all testing costs. A Covered Person will be given the opportunity to have test
results explained to the Covered Person in confidence. The Covered Person, upon written
request, may obtain copies of all information and records related to his or her test.

Confidentiality: Halliburton treats all testing information as confidential, save and except any
requirements of Halliburton to disclose any testing information under applicable Customer
policy, local law and/or local regulatory agency policy.

Searches: All searches of Customer Property or Halliburton Property must conform to any
Halliburton procedures, applicable Customer policy, and any local regulations and/or local
law. As a condition of providing services, employment or continued employment by
Halliburton, Covered Persons consent to searches. Employees may be requested to sign forms
documenting this consent; however, a signed consent form is not required, for continued
employment consent. Contractors, and other Covered Persons while on Halliburton Property or
on Customer Property, shall be required to comply with the provisions of this policy and
Customer requirements, when applicable, in order to provide products and/or services to
Halliburton. Where Employees are covered by specific Customer requirements or a site labor
agreement, those published procedures will be followed.

Discipline: Violation of this policy may result in disciplinary action up to and including
dismissal pursuant to local law or local regulatory policy.

Rehabilitation/Re-employment: Procedures vary depending on location. Employees are
encouraged to seek rehabilitation; Halliburton support and eligibility for rehire are dependent on
local regulatory policy and local employment law.

DEFINITIONS
Contractors shall mean any person, including that persons employees, agents and
representatives, who supplies products and/or services to Halliburton or to a Customer at the
request of Halliburton.
Covered Person shall have the meaning set forth in the second paragraph of this policy.
Customer shall mean any customer of Halliburton.
Employees shall mean all present (including temporary and casual) and prospective
employees of Halliburton.
Prohibited Substances shall have the meaning set forth in the first paragraph under
Substances Restricted by this Policy.
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Property shall mean all owned, operated, controlled or leased real and personal property of
Halliburton or Customers.
On Duty shall mean: (a) When being compensated on an hourly or salaried basis for work
related activities and/or (b) When engaged in activity, the principal purpose of which is the
furtherance of Halliburtons business.

2. HALLIBURTON HARASSMENT POLICY

Code of Business Conduct: Harassment Date: May 21, 2003 Exhibit No.: 3-0016

PURPOSE: This Policy establishes and communicates Halliburtons policy prohibiting
harassment.
Halliburton believes that all Employees should be treated with dignity and respect. It is the
policy of Halliburton to provide a work environment which is free from harassment. Halliburton
prohibits all forms of harassment of its Employees by Directors and other Employees, including
supervisors or other members of management.

It is the responsibility of every Employee and Director to cooperate in reaching this
goal. Harassment is considered a serious act of misconduct and may subject an Employee to
disciplinary action including immediate discharge. As used in this Policy, the term harassment
includes sexual, racial, ethnic, and other forms of harassment, including harassment based upon
disability.

Some examples of what may be considered harassment, depending on the facts and
circumstances, include the following:

1. Verbal or Written Harassment. For example, unwelcome or derogatory comments regarding a
persons race, color, sex, religion, ancestry, ethnic heritage, mental or physical disability, age,
appearance or other classification protected by Law; threats of physical harm; or the distribution,
including by email or other electronic media, or display in any Halliburton work area, of written
or graphic material having such effects.

2. Physical Harassment. For example, hitting, pushing or other aggressive physical contact,
touching or threats to take such action, or inappropriate gestures.

3. Sexual Harassment. For example, unwelcome sexual conduct, whether verbal or physical,
including, among other things, sexual advances, demands for sexual favors, or other verbal or
physical conduct of a sexual nature, whether or not it was designed or intended to promote an
intimate relationship.

4. Racial Harassment. For example, unwelcome or derogatory comments regarding a persons
race, color, ancestry or ethnic heritage; or distribution, including email or other electronic media,
or display in any Halliburton work area, of written or graphic material having such effects.

It is not considered harassment of any sort for supervisors and other members of management to
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Employees who violate this Policy against harassment will be subject to disciplinary action at the
discretion of Halliburton, up to and including suspension and termination of
employment. Supervisors and other members of management who fail to report violations by
others of which they become aware, also will be subject to disciplinary action, up to and
including suspension and termination of employment.

Procedure:

Any Employee who believes she or he is being harassed should consider telling the offending
party that she or he objects to that conduct. This often solves the problem. However, if an
Employee is not comfortable confronting the offending party (or if the offending partys
unwelcome conduct continues), the Employee should advise his or her immediate supervisor of
the offending conduct. If the Employee is more comfortable discussing the issue with someone
other than his or her immediate supervisor, or if the immediate supervisor has not taken what the
Employee regards as appropriate action to solve the problem, the Employee should contact a
Human Resources or Law Department representative.
All such complaints will be investigated promptly and discreetly. Employees will not suffer
adverse consequences as a result of reporting any act of harassment, including sexual
harassment.

3. BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS-US

Reference No.: 4-31111-US Date: June 22, 2009
PURPOSE: This Policy defines the requirements for conducting background investigations and
obtaining background investigative reports.

SCOPE: This Policy applies to Halliburton operations in the U.S.

POLICY: Halliburton Human Resources is responsible for oversight and implementation of this
Policy and will coordinate with Procurement in order to establish procedures consistent with this
Policy for background investigations in connection with the retention of Agency Employees and
Independent Contractors. Halliburton conducts background investigations on prospective
Regular, Part-time, Temporary, Co-op Employees, International Assignees, and Interns
considered for employment in the United States. Halliburton conducts background
investigations on Independent Contractors performing services for Halliburton for thirty (30) or
more consecutive days. Halliburton also conducts background investigations or causes
employers of Agency Employees to conduct background investigations on Agency Employees
performing services for Halliburton for thirty (30) or more consecutive days.

No prospective Regular, Part-time, Temporary, or Co-op Employee, Intern, Agency employee or
Independent Contractor may commence employment with or begin performing work for
Halliburton in the U.S. until background investigative report is completed and the individual is
granted a meets criteria disposition as required by this Policy.

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substantial authority as set forth in Corporate Business Practice 4-17033 and Code of Business
Conduct Policy 3-00001. Halliburton reserves the right to take discretionary employment action
against employees with background investigative report results that do not meet Halliburton
requirements. Such background investigations are performed by a third party consumer
reporting agency retained by Halliburton, and such agency provides Halliburton with background
investigative reports. The type of information that may be collected by the agency includes
information pertaining to an individuals criminal history, motor vehicle record history, past
employment, education, credit history, and personal and professional references.

Halliburton conducts background investigative reports in compliance with applicable laws and
statutes. Consent from individuals is obtained as required by such laws.

Terms expressed in Corporate Policy 3-1302, Application of Human Resources Policies and
Business Practices, are incorporated by reference into this Policy.

DEFINITIONS

Regular Employee an employee hired for an indefinite period who regularly works the
equivalent of 40 or more hours per week.
Part-time Employee an employee hired for an indefinite period, but who regularly works less
than 40 hours per week.
Temporary Employee a person hired to work for Halliburton on Halliburton payroll, for a
limited period of time not to exceed six (6) months of continuous employment. May include
individuals employed by Halliburton in-house agencies to work on temporary assignments for
Halliburton for limited periods of time. Agents, agency employees, distributors, Sellers,
independent contractors and other similar third parties are not considered Temporary Employees.
Agency Employee Also referred to as a leased or contract employee. A person provided by an
external staffing agency who performs office, technical or other services for Halliburton for a
specific, limited period of time not to exceed twelve (12) months of continuous service. Staffing
agencies are required to have a contractual agreement with Halliburton under which a charge, or
mark up, is payable for each agency employee provided. The staffing agency is responsible for
paying the employee and withholding the appropriate taxes as dictated by local regulations.
Co-op Employee A Temporary Employee who is currently seeking a baccalaureate,
masters or doctoral degree and is enrolled in an accredited college or university co-op
program. Co-op employees generally alternate semesters of work and school for a total of up to
four working semesters.
Interns A Temporary Employee who is currently seeking a
baccalaureate, masters, or doctoral degree and is enrolled in an accredited college or
university. An internship consists of non-recurring, full-time employment of up to four months
and typically occurs during the summer months.
Independent Contractor A self-employed individual, which includes Seller, who provides a
unique service or expertise to Halliburton on an as-needed basis, over a specific period of time
not to exceed twelve (12) months. This service or expertise is provided directly to Halliburton
through a contractual agreement to perform work according to their own methods, without being
subject to control of Halliburton except for the final work product. Independent Contractors are
paid through Accounts Payable and are not paid by Halliburton payroll. Each countrys laws
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regarding the exact definition of Independent Contractors may vary slightly.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Contractor confirms and acknowledges that an authorized representative of Contractor has
received, read, completed, understood and agrees to comply with the following Halliburton
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1. Contractor Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Questionnaire;
2. Halliburton Contractor Guidelines;
3. Halliburton 20 Rules of Responsibility for Contractors; and
4. All additional Halliburton Safety Policies provided or posted onsite.
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EXHIBIT H HSE STANDARD

TO FOLLOW HALLIBURTON HSE STANDARD