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ASIA-PACIFIC OVERVIEW

October 2013

TALISMAN OVERVIEW

Asia-Pacific
Growing free cash flow,
near-term exploration potential
$600 million free cash flow in
2012
Algeria Pertamina relationship
Ongoing rationalization within
Asia-Pacific

Americas
Resource plays provide
long-term growth
38 tcfe contingent resource
Colombia exploration,
development and
rationalization underway

Other areas considering


all options
UK Sinopec deal lowers exposure
Norway sales process underway
Kurdistan Kurdamir and Topkhana
appraisal ongoing

2013 production guidance 375 mboe/d


Liquids ~132 mbl/d
International gas ~580 mmcf/d
North American gas ~870 mmcf/d

1,700 mmboe 2P reserves*


45% liquids or liquids-linked

In addition:
6,700 mmboe contingent resource*
3,100 mmboe unrisked prospective resource*

*All reserves and resources converted at 6 mcf:1 boe

TWO CORE REGIONS: AMERICAS AND ASIA-PACIFIC


~90% of
production

~85% of 2P
reserves

~90% of
COGEH 2P value

~95% of contingent
resource

~85% of unrisked
prospective
resource

2013 production
~375 mboe/d

2012 2P reserves
1.7 billion boe
RLI ~ 12 years

2012 COGEH
2P value
~ $14 billion

2012 contingent
resource
6.7 billion boe

2012 unrisked
prospective resource
3.1 billion boe

Committed to long-term growth and value creation in core regions


Continuing to high-grade within core regions

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2013 PRIORITIES TO DRIVE VALUE CREATION


Live within our means
Set capital spending budgets that can be funded by operating cash flows
Less reliance on asset sales to fund capital program in future years
Maintain strong balance sheet
Focus our capital program
Projects with faster cycle times delivering sustainable cash flow over longer term
Renewal through production optimization, exploitation, bolt-on acquisitions and
exploration
Improve operational performance
Improve cash margins on every barrel and mcf we produce
Better execution of capital projects
Unlock NAV of portfolio
Rationalize North American portfolio
Consider all options in North Sea: develop, JV or divest
Recognize value from long-dated exploration options

ASIA: ONE PILLAR OF OUR TWO CORE AREA MODEL


Talisman has a strong, competitive advantage in each of its two core regions
Valuable set of assets and infrastructure, key relationships, great people and
a proven track record of accomplishment
The value of Asia-Pacific business enhanced as part of larger Talisman
Right size
World-wide scope
Demonstrated ability to execute

Focused and valuable balance to quality North American portfolio


Solid growth potential
High value/margin products
Proven business model

October 2013

Cash flow growth with free cash flow generation

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OUR FOUR PRIORITIES TO CREATE VALUE


At work in Asia-Pacific

Living within our means


Delivering year-on-year growth in production (8% p.a. from 2008)
Generated cash flow of $1.2B and free cash flow of more than $600M in 2012
Cash flow projected to grow in 2013

Focusing our capital program


Strong regional energy demand growth supporting premium pricing
Stable and attractive fiscal regimes
Multiple value accretive investment options within existing portfolio

Consistently improving operational performance


Top quartile safety performance
Consistent and reliable project execution, i.e.; HST/HSD delivered ahead of schedule and under budget
PM3-CAA production efficiency averaged 97% in 2012

Continue unlocking net asset value (NAV)

Continue to high-grade current portfolio to focus on the best assets (ONWJ sold in Q2)

Capitalizing on tuck-in acquisitions that deliver near-term cash flow/value

Robust business development opportunities

Red Emperor discovery acquired from Premier

TALISMANS HISTORY IN ASIA-PACIFIC


Asia-Pacific part of Talismans history
Some of the major events that shaped our business

150

Corridor
PM-3 CAA
Talisman
Kitan
Jambi Merang

18%
compound
annual growth

120
December, 1992
At midnight, Talisman Energy comes
Into being.

February, 1997
Full construction
commences on Corridor
gas project

90

Production (mboe/d)

60

May, 1993
Entry into Indonesia
through Encor Inc.
acquisition

1994
Acquired interests in
OK Block, Corridor,
and Jambi in
Sumatra through
Bow Valley
acquisition

30

August, 2001
Acquired block PM-3
CAA and a gas
discovery in PNG from
Lundin

November, 2003
Offshore Vietnam gas discovery
in Block 46-Cai Nuoc, adjacent to
the Talisman-operated PM-3 CAA.

1999
Major gas discoveries
at Suban (Suban-3
27mmcf/d of low CO2
gas) and Durian
Mabok-2 (Suban,
58mmcf/d

1998
Corridor Gas Project
commissioned in
October, on budget
averaging 53mmcf/d
in Q4

April, 2011
Jambi Merang
first gas

2H 2010
Joint Timor
Leste/Australia
authorities
approves Kitan
field development

October, 2005
Acquired interests
in Indonesia, in
Australia through
Paladin acquisition,
including Southeast
Sumatra, ONWJ,
Laminaria,
Corallina and Kitan

September, 2003
PM-3 CAA project
completed on schedule
and budget, producing
over 19 mboe/d in Q4

January, 1999
Discovery in Corridor
proves long-term potential
to increase gas sales.

2006
Suban Phase 2
completed,
including two
trains, additional
pipelines and
infrastructure

2009
Executed PNG
gas aggregation
strategy including
acquisitions and
farm-ins to various
licenses

2010
Acquired 25%
interest in
onshore Jambi
Merang PSC

December, 2012
Awarded US$1 billion
production-sharing
contract to develop
and recover oil from
the Kinabalu fields
(offshore Malaysia)
by PETRONAS.

October 2011
First oil from
Kitan in
Australia.

2013
First oil from
HST/HSD
ahead of
schedule and
under budget .

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ASIA-PACIFIC BALANCED PORTFOLIO DELIVERING


NEAR-TERM VALUE AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH
Capital summary

HST/HSD
on production

PM3 CAA and Malay Basin


Blocks 45 and 46/07

2012

2013

Development

362

505

Exploration/Appraisal

151

145

Total

513

650

($ million)

Red Emperor and


Nam Con Son
Development & Exploration

Kinabalu and Sabah Basin


Development & Exploration

Papua New Guinea


Gas aggregation and early
liquids

Corridor and South Sumatra


Jambi Merang & OK Block

Tangguh
Progressing train three
sanction

TLM block
Core area
Kitan
Upcoming appraisal well

Other

* Dollar ($) values shown are capital investment for 2013

ASIA-PACIFIC GROWING PRODUCTION AND


CASH FLOW
Steady production growth

Sources and uses of cash

mboe/d

$ million
Liquid

200

2,000

Oil-linked gas

Cash flow

Fixed price gas

Exploration capex
Development capex

~8% p.a
150

1,500

Corridor
developments

100

1,000

PM-3 CAA
Jambi Merang
HST/HSD
Kinabalu
PNG early
liquids

50

500

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

2016

* Excludes Algeria

October 2013

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

2016

* Excludes Algeria

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RAPIDLY GROWING ASIAN ECONOMIES DRIVING


INCREASED ENERGY DEMAND
Southeast Asia GDP 2012 vs. 2020

Southeast Asia gas supply demand balance*

$ billion

bcf/d

800

2012

6% p.a.

15

2020

Confirmed domestic supply


Demand
Supply demand gap

600
10

9 bcf/d

400
4% p.a.

4% p.a.
5

6% p.a.

200

0
Vietnam

Singapore

Malaysia

Indonesia

Source: IHS Global Insight

2010

2015

2020

* Includes Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and Indonesia

Population growth, urbanization and rising


living standards driving economic development
in region
Low GDP per capita in Southeast Asia (~10%
of developed economies), indicates significant
headroom for economic growth

2025
Source: Wood Mackenzie

Gas supply gap of 9 bcf/d in 2025


Domestic gas supply is peaking and cannot
keep pace with demand growth
LNG imports are increasingly required to meet
Southeast Asia market demand

GDP growth has shown strong resilience even


in global economic downturn

SIGNIFICANT NEW LNG IS NEEDED TO MEET THE ASIA


SUPPLY CHALLENGE
Sustained growth in both traditional and
new markets underpins LNG demand
growth of 5% p.a. to 2025

Asia-Pacific LNG demand and supply


bcf/d
50

LNG Demand
Committed LNG (Europe)

Estimates of 40 - 60 mtpa (5-8 bcf/d) of


credible U.S. exports by 2025 satisfies
only a portion of Asia LNG demand gap

Committed LNG (North America)


Committed LNG (Other)

40

Committed LNG (Middle East)


Committed LNG (Asia-Pacific)
+18 bcf/d

30

Significant volumes of additional


conventional LNG supply is therefore
required
Asia-Pacific 2025 LNG supply gap by country
Percentage (%)

20

16%

JKT*
China

10

9%

Indonesia
Thailand

50%

7%

Others
Singapore

7%

2010

2015

2020

2025

Source: Wood Mackenzie, BG Group

October 2013

5%
Source: Wood Mackenzie

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6%

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*Japan, South Korea, Taiwan

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NEW LNG SUPPLY COSTS OFFER SIGNIFICANT


HEADROOM FOR DOMESTIC GAS PRICES IN ASIA
LNG break-even costs (gas price to generate a 12% project IRR)
$/mmbtu-real terms 2013
20

Long-term LNG contract price equivalent from $80-120/bbl Brent crude in real 2013 terms
15

13.5

10

8.5

9.6

8.5

12.1

11.5

12.7

10.2

4.1

North America Hub


price based model

0
2000-2010*

Ichthys

Exxon
PNG LNG

Prelude FLNG Wheatstone

Gladstone

Sabine Pass

Integrated upstream and liquefaction costs**

Upstream

Liquefaction

Shipping to region

Pipeline

Cost range

W. Canada

Mozambique
Area 4

LNG price range

Roughly $46 billion (nominal) of cost increase announced across 7 projects since 2010
(average 20%) per annum
Applying a weighted average of latest cost estimates yields $3,000/tonne of greenfield capacity,
representing a four fold increase and making legacy LNG contract pricing unsustainable
Project economics for new LNG supply will therefore establish a headroom price for domestic gas in
range of $10-12/mmbtu or higher
Sources: Talisman internal analysis, Wood Mackenzie, PFC Energy. *Weighted average break-even costs of 10 LNG projects started up in 2000-2010 period
**Assumes 10% discount rate. North America costs based on Talisman internal price/cost views.

PROJECT COST INFLATION A GROWING CHALLENGE


LNG Project Unit Costs (Liquefaction Only Nominal)

Per unit cost average doubles


those of the previous decade

Projects taking approximately


one year longer on average to
complete from sanction to first
LNG as compared to last
decade

Recent cost increases are


partially biased by the
influence of Australia-specific
issues but also realized more
broadly across all greenfield
projects

$/tonne
2,700
2,600

Australia

2,500

Non-Australia

2,400

Pluto

Cost Estimate at Sanction

2,300

Gorgon

2,200
2,100
2,000

Angola

Ichthys

1,900
1,800

Snohvit

1,700
1,600

Wheatstone

1,500

DS LNG

1,400

PNG LNG

1,300

GLNG

1,200
1,100

QCLNG

1,000
900
800
700
600
500
400
300
200

APLNG

Peru
Darwin
Atlantic LNG 1
MLNG Tiga
Damietta
OLNG

100

Yemen

Qatargas-4
EG LNG
Sakhalin 2
Tangguh

Year of First LNG Sales

2000

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2010

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KEY ASSETS UNDERPINNING ASIA-PACIFIC BUSINESS


2013 Cash Flow

2013 Production Profile

($ Millions)

(mboepd)

Corridor & South Sumatra

Corridor & South Sumatra

PM3 & Malay Basin

PM3 & Malay Basin

Vietnam - HST/HSD

Vietnam - HST/HSD

Kinabalu & Sabah Basin


Other NonOp

Kinabalu & Sabah Basin


1

Other NonOp
0

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80

100 200 300 400 500 600

1H 2013 Netbacks
($/boe)

Asia-Pacific business anchored in two core


assets

Indonesia

Corridor provides material stable cash flow and


production

Malaysia

PM3 - top quartile operating performance


delivers material cash flow and production

Vietnam*
Australia
$0

$20

$40

$60

80

Kinabalu set to become third core asset in Asia


Pacific for Talisman

*Includes carry cost recovery

1. OTHER NON OP = KITAN & LAM/COR IN AUSTRALIA, AND TANGGUH IN INDONESIA

INDONESIA KEY OPERATIONS AND ACTIVITIES


TLM block
Oil field
Gas field
Development

ANDAMAN III
JAMBI MERANG
(JM) JOB

Exploration

Corridor and South Sumatra

Ongoing asset development through plant


expansions, drilling and facility optimization
projects
TANGGUH

SOUTH EAST
SUMATRA (SES)

OGAN KOMERING
(OK) JOB

October 2013

Growing Indonesian gas market drives


robust economics
World class natural gas asset producing 1 bcf/d
gross and expected to generate more than $400
million of cash flow for Talisman in 2013

SOUTH
SUMATRA

CORRIDOR

Indonesia Highlights

Tangguh
Offshore gas production delivered into LNG plant
(3.1% working interest) producing 160 mboe/d
gross
Accessing price upside through delivery
substitution and potential renegotiations
Third train development progressing towards
sanction

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2013 Capital (US$mm)

~190

2013 Production (mboe/d)

75-77

2013 Cash Flow (US$mm)

~500

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SOUTH SUMATRA PREMIUM MARKETS, MATERIAL FREE


CASH FLOW GENERATION
Core focus

TLM block
Oil field

Jambi Merang

Gas field

Corridor

Well-established relationships with NOC and


government, generating new opportunities

Material long-term cash generation from Corridor and


Jambi Merang

Low F&D, low opex, realizing high netbacks

Premium pricing in both domestic and export markets

Near-term
Ogan Komering

Reinvestment delivering near-term incremental


production and cash flow

Domestic gas prices continue to rise

The future
Southeast
Sumatra

Expansion potential from existing assets, such as


Suban Train 5, Jambi Merang Phase II

Near infrastructure development

New licences and exploration opportunities

CORRIDOR WORLD CLASS ASSET


Gas sales
pipeline
to Chevron Duri
Sumpal plant
2012: 155 mmcf/d*
2013: 310 mmcf/d*

COPI gas pipeline


3rd party pipeline

Production outlook(1)
mmcfe/d

Gas sales
pipeline
to Singapore

500

Base

Development

400

Gelam plant
85 mmcf/d*

300

Dayung plant
300 mmcf/d*

200

Grissik plant
2012: 310 mmcf/d*
2013: 460 mmcf/d*

100

Sumpal
LTRO
Suban
Dayung

0
2013

Suban plant
780 mmcf/d**

Rawa station
2012: 0 mmcf/d*
2013: 45 mmcf/d*

0
* Gross raw non-cumulative facility capacity

2016

Sources and uses of cash(1)


25

50

75

Km
100

$ million

750

Development capex

Cash flow

**Gross sales non-cumulative facility capacity

1H 2013 field price realization and netback chart

500

$/mcf

3.51

0.81

250

11.30
6.68
0

Realized price

Royalties

Opex/trans.

2013

Netback
(1)

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2015

2016

Talisman internal estimate

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CORRIDOR LONG LIFE, PREMIUM PRICES,


OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE
Premium natural gas pricing:
55% of gas production is realizing liquidslinked pricing
Average $10.65 / mscf (2Q 2013)
Ongoing gas sales agreement price renegotiation potential

Several facility upgrades are nearing


completion
Letang, Tengah and Rawa fields (LTRO)
reactivated and currently producing 30
mmscf/d

Suban gas plant, Corridor PSC

Sumpal Expansion new dehydration train


will double capacity to 310MMscf/d (194
MMscf/d sales)
Increase processing capacity of the Central
Grissik Plant from 310 MMscf/d to 460
MMscf/d and install compression at Dayung
Further potential expansion at Suban to be
appraised in 2014 drilling program, will
deliver significant reserve upside
Grissik Gas Plant

JAMBI MERANG
TLM block
Other block
Oil pipeline
Gas pipeline
Prospect

Palau Gading gas plant, Jambi Merang JOB

Phase 1

Principle customers are Chevron (at $10/mmbtu) and


PLN (at $5.4/mmbtu)

2D & 3D seismic programs ongoing and further


exploration wells scheduled

Jabung PSC

Phase 2 Expansion
Jambi Merang PSC

Project sanction expected early 2014

Pre-sanction phase

Corridor PSC

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FEED underway

Confirming additional reserves

Facilities expansion project anticipated to deliver:

Additional 60 mmscf/d of sales gas

Up to 2 mboe/d of additional condensate

LPG production of up to 8 mboe/d

Robust regional gas market delivers sound economics

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TANGGUH LNG
TLM block
Muturi block
Muturi Area 5

LNG plant

Berau A
Wiriagar
Muturi Area 4

Offshore gas production feeding liquefaction


plant, Talisman holds 3.1% equity interest
On stream in 2009 with 325 cargoes delivered
by 2Q 2013
Two LNG Trains with maximum capacity of
7.6 Mtpa
Proven reserves of ~14 TCF, 80% already
contracted

Berau B

Potential price upside associated with cargo


diversions and future sales contracts
Main market is East Asia with anchor buyers
in China, South Korea, Japan and US
Expansion project
Addition of third LNG train to increase total
capacity to more than 11 Mtpa
40% of cargoes from the new train will be
allocated to domestic markets
Tangguah LNG plant

MALAYSIA KEY OPERATIONS AND ACTIVITIES


TLM block

Malaysia Highlights

Oil field

MALAY BASIN
Exploration
(PM-3 CAA, VN
46/2 & 7, VN 45)

Gas field
Development

Malay Basin

Exploration

Enhance core production area through step-out


exploration of stratigraphic oil & gas targets

PM-3 CAA

Malaysia

Peninsular
Malaysia

SABAH
Exploration

Sabah

KINABALU
Development

PM-3 CAA
Development
Sarawak

Multi-facility offshore oil and gas production


Delivering gas to peninsular Malaysia and
mainland Vietnam
Significant reserves upside through further
drilling and facilities investment

Sabah

4-well program in 2013 / 2014

Kinabalu

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Assumed operatorship in late 2012, currently


focused on delivering steady operations
4 well program in 2013/14, followed by full scale
redevelopment

2013 Capital (US$ mm)

~240

2013 Production (mboe/d)

~41

2013 Cash Flow (US$ mm)

300-350

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PM-3 CAA AND MALAY BASIN OPERATIONS


EXCELLENCE WITH EXCITING UPSIDE
Core focus
Remove 51 and PM 325 and PM 302
TLM block
Oil field

Long life production and cash flow

Gaining recognition as an operator of choice through technical


excellence

Leveraging regional knowledge and infrastructure to exploit


new opportunities

Gas field
Block 45

Near-term
Block
46/07

Vietnam

Maintain production levels through infill drilling and well


interventions

Continuous operations improvement

Stratigraphic play derisked through development


drilling in PM-3 CAA

Secure PM-3 license extension

Malaysia
PM3CAA

30

60

The future

Km
120

90

Step out exploitation of proven stratigraphic oil and gas play


within PM-3 CAA

Exploration of Blocks 45 and 46/07

Further new business opportunities around PM-3 infrastructure

Additional development may utilize nearby Talisman


infrastructure

3.7 billion boe yet to find in Malay Basin

PM-3 CAA HIGH QUALITY OPERATING BUSINESS


TLM block

Block 46-02

Production outlook

Oil field

mboe/d

Gas field

50

Vietnam

Base

Development

40
30

FSO
Block 46
Cai Nuoc

Northern
Fields
Complex

PM-3 CAA

Southern
Fields
Complex

20
10

FSO

Gas Export
to Vietnam

Malaysia

0
2013

Gas Export
to Malaysia
0

12

18

Km
24

Cashflow

Development capex
Exploration capex

400
300

Drilled 3 of 6 wells during 2013 in a multi-year program

Netbacks, exceeding $30/boe


in 2012

PSC environment delivers cost effective investment


opportunities

Infill exploration targets and near-term facilities


enhancements

Delivering year-on-year free cash flow

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Top quartile uptime performance (97% production


efficiency in 2012)

200
100

2015

Sources and uses of cash


$ million

2014

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MALAYSIA/VIETNAM PM-3 CAA FACTS AND FIGURES


PM3 is Talismans largest operated
asset worldwide
Current gross production 100,000 boe/d
(60% gas, 40% oil)
A complex of 12 fields produced through
11 installations and 2 FSOs
300 reservoirs
140 development wells drilled
2002- 2012
Cumulative production 154 mmbls
oil/615 bcf gas at end of 2012
2P reserves 345 mmboe at Jan 2013
Track record of monetizing near field
discoveries in less than 2 years

1720m/ 5650ft Gross Hydrocarbon Column

KINABALU AND SABAH BASIN


TLM block

Core focus

Oil field
Gas field
SSGP pipeline
Proposed plant

Material acreage position in a prolific and proven


hydrocarbon province anchored by the Kinabalu
PSC
Accessing low-cost discovered oil and
associated gas reserves with upside potential
Extensive infrastructure enhances exploration
monetization optionality
Gas monetization available via SSGP to Bintulu

SB309

Near-term
Production growth through infill drilling and
facility upgrades at Kinabalu

SB310
Kinabalu

The future
GIS confirming
Malaysia
where pipeline
starts
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60

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Significant exploration upside through shallow


oil prospects near infrastructure and large
deeper gas potential across SB 309/310

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KINABALU IMMEDIATE PRODUCTION,


SIGNIFICANT GROWTH
Production outlook
mboe/d

30

20

10

2013

Kinabalu platform

2014

2015

2016

Sources and uses of cash


$ million

Progressive PSC terms granted for


production, investment and improved
oil recovery
Significant near-term production and cash
flow growth
Ongoing facilities optimization and upgrades

300
250

Cash flow
Development capex

200
150
100
50
0

Commenced 4 well infill program 2013/2014

2013

2014

2015

2016

SABAH EXPLORATION
Exploration program underway
TLM block

Grafit-1 first exploration well in SB310 gas


discovery with development potential as part of
gas aggregation strategy

Oil field
Gas field
Gas pipeline

Similar geological profile with established


Kinabalu porosities and permeability

Oil pipeline
Proposed plant

Material exploration upside from identified oil


prospects and large scale gas potential across
the blocks
Awarded in 2009, comprised of Blocks SB309
and SB310
Identified significant unrisked resource in
diverse plays to be delineated through ongoing
exploration drilling program
Planning to utilize existing infrastructure as
potential export route via Kinabalu

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VIETNAM KEY OPERATIONS AND ACTIVITIES


TLM block
(Vietnam)
TLM block
(Malaysia)
Oil field
Gas field
Development
Exploration
Vietnam

Blocks 15-2/01 TGT

Vietnam 2013 Activities


Block 15-2/01 HST/HSD
On production ahead of schedule and
under budget
Nam Con Son
Bolt-on acquisition in Block 07/03
supports short-term liquids potential
underpinning long-term growth options

Blocks 133 & 134

Block 45 & 46-07


Drilled 3 exploration wells, one discovery
Technical work ongoing
Focus on gas aggregation and building on
our expertise

Blocks 15-2/01 HST/HSD

Blocks 45 & 46-07


Blocks 05-2/10

Blocks 07/03
Blocks 135 &
136/03

2013 Capital (US$mm)

Block 46/02
Song Doc

~140

2013 Production (mboe/d)

~9

2013 Cash flow (US$mm)

180-220

HST/HSD ON STREAM AHEAD OF SCHEDULE


AND UNDER BUDGET
TLM block
Multiphase
production
Gas lift
Water injection
Gas export
Oil field

HSD

HST

HST/HSD production* quick ramp up after early first oil


mboe/d

15
12
9
6

FPSO

3
0
May

TGT

June

July

*Talisman share including carried cost recovery

Gas to Bach Ho Field

Sources and uses of cash

Vietnam
15-2/01

Km
12 16

$ million
Cash flow

300

Development capex

HST/HSD project in Vietnam delivered first oil May 2013


ahead of schedule and under budget

Delivering near-term peak production of


~12 mboe/d with rapid investment payback of 19 months
Maximizes use of existing export and processing
infrastructure
Significant potential upside at HSD, assessing through early
production history

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100

2013

2014

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2016

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RED EMPEROR AND THE NAM CON SON


Block 135 & Block 136/03

TLM block
Oil field

Significant near field inventory of low risk prospects

Gas field

Two well program in 2014, complementing Block 07/03 activity

Pipeline
Oil discovery

Leverage significant project efficiencies with proximity to potential


Red Emperor development

133
5.2/10

Potential for gas aggregation in addition to planned oil project

134

Block 133 & 134 Ongoing Exploration


Continue de-risking material portfolio of prospects

135

De-risk prospects in Block 05-2/10 with adjacent Block 133 & 134
drilling

Red Emperor

07/03

136

RE2-N

Proposed 2014 Drilling

CRD-4X

Red Emperor

RE2

Block 07/03 Acquisition

RE1
RE3
RE4
REA

Exploration and development


synergies with adjoining blocks
Discovered oil resource with upside
potential, appraisal drilling underway

RE5

Early commercialization and potential


infrastructure hub for the area
Block 07/03

Block136

PNG CAPITALISING ON PROLIFIC RESOURCE


POTENTIAL IN A LOW F&D COST ENVIRONMENT
TLM block
Discoveries
Proposed
2013/2014 wells*
Currently drilling

Tingu-1
Ketu

Stanley
Elevala

Ubuntu

Kupio

Core area focus

Dominant position in prolific hydrocarbon basin


with up to 20 tcf undiscovered petroleum initially
in place (unrisked)

Secured strategic partners, Mitsubishi and


Santos, bringing funding and LNG expertise

Early liquids project provides near-term cash flow


and material value upside

Onshore shallow drilling supports low F&D, and


high margins into the Asian LNG market

Weimang

Puk Puk
Kimu
Langia

Near-term

Douglas

High-grading land position to maintain quality and


focus

Executing early liquids projects at Stanley and


Elevala/Ketu

The future

Aggregating material gas resource

Developing gas monetization optionality

* Further wells subject to JV approval

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PNG LIQUIDS AND LOCAL GAS SALES YIELDING


EARLY CASH AND MATERIAL VALUE
Resources early liquids and local gas sales

Resources gas aggregation to LNG

mmboe, gross (TLM average working interest ~42%)

tcf, gross (TLM average working interest ~43%)

200

10

Liquids - upside

Unrisked prospective liquids

Liquids

Risked prospective liquids

Gas - local sales

150

Unrisked prospective gas


Risked prospective gas

Gas - LNG

6
100
4
50

Discovered - Stanley,
Elevala/Ketu

2013-2015

Discovered

2012 finding cost of $1.80/bbl


Potential for $0.5 billion net in project
NPV and generating cash flow of up to
$100 million net per annum

2013-2015

Joint venture carry (by both Mitsubishi


Corporation and Santos) and early
condensate recovery scheme providing
funding over mid-term
Gas aggregation project on track

ASIA-PACIFIC GROWING PRODUCTION AND


CASH FLOW
Steady production growth*

Sources and uses of cash*

mboe/d

$ million
Liquid

200

2,000

Oil-linked gas

Cash flow

Fixed price gas

Exploration capex
Development capex

~8% p.a
150

1,500

Corridor
developments

100

1,000

PM-3 CAA
Jambi Merang
HST/HSD
Kinabalu
PNG early
liquids

50

500

2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

2016

* Excludes Algeria

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2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

2016

* Excludes Algeria

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OUR FOUR PRIORITIES TO CREATE VALUE


At work in Asia-Pacific

Living within our means


Delivering year-on-year growth in production (8% p.a. from 2008)
Generated cash flow of $1.2B and free cash flow of more than $600M in 2012
Cash flow projected to grow in 2013

Focusing our capital program


Strong regional energy demand growth supporting premium pricing
Stable and attractive fiscal regimes
Multiple value accretive investment options within existing portfolio

Consistently improving operational performance


Top quartile safety performance
Consistent and reliable project execution, i.e.; HST/HSD delivered ahead of schedule and under budget
PM3-CAA production efficiency averaged 97% in 2012

Continue unlocking net asset value (NAV)

Continue to high-grade current portfolio to focus on the best assets (ONWJ sold in Q2)

Capitalizing on tuck-in acquisitions that deliver near-term cash flow/value

Robust business development opportunities

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Advisories
Forward-Looking Information
This presentation contains information that constitutes forward-looking information or forward-looking
statements (collectively forward-looking information) within the meaning of applicable securities
legislation. This forward-looking information includes, among others, statements regarding: business
strategy, priorities and plans; expected production, regionally and by asset; expected cash flow, regionally
and by asset; expected capital spending; expected netbacks; expected free cash flow; expected drilling;
expected Southeast Asia GDP growth, gas supply-demand balance and LNG demand and supply;
expected upgrades at Corridor; expectation of Phase 2 at Jambi Merang; expected expansion at
Tangguh; expected exploration and development activities in Talismans Asia-Pacific region; expected
extension of the PM-3 license and related development activities; expected exploration upside in the
Sabah basin; potential or planned gas aggregation and targeted liquids and local gas sales in PNG;
targeted gas monetization options in PNG; potential project NPV and cash flow in PNG; and other
expectations, beliefs, plans, goals, objectives, assumptions, information and statements about possible
future events, conditions, results of operations or performance. The company priorities disclosed in this
presentation are objectives only and their achievement cannot be guaranteed.
The factors or assumptions on which the forward-looking information is based include: assumptions
inherent in current guidance; projected capital investment levels; the flexibility of capital spending plans
and the associated sources of funding; the successful and timely implementation of capital projects; the
continuation of tax, royalty and regulatory regimes; ability to obtain regulatory and partner approval;
commodity price and cost assumptions; and other risks and uncertainties described in the filings made by
the Company with securities regulatory authorities. The Company believes the material factors,
expectations and assumptions reflected in the forward-looking information are reasonable but no
assurance can be given that these factors, expectations and assumptions will prove to be correct.
Forward-looking information for periods past 2013 assumes escalating commodity prices. Closing of any
transactions will be subject to receipt of all necessary regulatory approvals and completion of definitive
agreements.
Undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking information. Forward-looking information is
based on current expectations, estimates and projections that involve a number of risks which could
cause actual results to vary and in some instances to differ materially from those anticipated by Talisman
and described in the forward-looking information contained in this presentation. The material risk factors
include, but are not limited to: the risks of the oil and gas industry, such as operational risks in exploring
for, developing and producing crude oil and natural gas; risks and uncertainties involving geology of oil
and gas deposits; risks associated with project management, project delays and/or cost overruns;
uncertainty related to securing sufficient egress and access to markets; the uncertainty of reserves and
resources estimates, reserves life and underlying reservoir risk; the uncertainty of estimates and
projections relating to production, costs and expenses, including decommissioning liabilities; risks related
to strategic and capital allocation decisions, including potential delays or changes in plans with respect to
exploration or development projects or capital expenditures; fluctuations in oil and gas prices, foreign
currency exchange rates, interest rates and tax or royalty rates; the outcome and effects of any future
acquisitions and dispositions; health, safety, security and environmental risks, including risks related to
the possibility of major accidents; environmental regulatory and compliance risks, including with respect
to greenhouse gases and hydraulic fracturing; uncertainties as to the availability and cost of credit and
other financing and changes in capital markets; risks in conducting foreign operations (for example, civil,
political and fiscal instability and corruption); risks related to the attraction, retention and development of
personnel; changes in general economic and business conditions; the possibility that government

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policies, regulations or laws may change or governmental approvals may be delayed or withheld; and
results of the Company's risk mitigation strategies, including insurance and any hedging activities.
The foregoing list of risk factors is not exhaustive. Additional information on these and other factors which
could affect the Companys operations or financial results or strategy are included in Talismans most
recent Annual Information Form. In addition, information is available in the Companys other reports on
file with Canadian securities regulatory authorities and the United States Securities and Exchange
Commission. Forward-looking information is based on the estimates and opinions of the Companys
management at the time the information is presented. The Company assumes no obligation to update
forward-looking information should circumstances or managements estimates or opinions change, except
as required by law.
Oil and Gas Information
Reserves
National Instrument 51-101 ("NI 51-101") of the Canadian Securities Administrators imposes oil and gas
disclosure standards for Canadian public companies engaged in oil and gas activities. Talisman has
obtained an exemption from Canadian securities regulatory authorities to permit it to provide certain
disclosures in accordance with the US disclosure standards, in addition to the disclosure mandated by NI
51-101, in order to provide for comparability of oil and gas disclosure with that provided by US and other
international issuers. Accordingly, in addition to the reserves data and certain other oil and gas
information included in this presentation which is provided in accordance with NI 51-101, there is data
and information provided in accordance with US disclosure standards.
A separate exemption granted to Talisman also permits it to disclose internally evaluated reserves data.
Any reserves and resources data contained in this presentation reflects Talismans estimates of its
reserves and resources. While Talisman annually obtains an independent audit of a portion of its proved
and probable reserves, no independent qualified reserves evaluator or auditor was involved in the
preparation of the reserves and resources data disclosed in this presentation.In this presentation, the
estimates of reserves and future net revenue for individual properties may not reflect the same
confidence level as estimates of reserves and future net revenue for all properties, due to the effects of
aggregation.

Production and Reserves Volumes


Unless otherwise stated, production volumes and reserves estimates are stated on a Company interest
basis prior to the deduction of royalties and similar payments. In the US, net production volumes and
reserve estimates are reported after the deduction of these amounts. US readers may refer to the table
headed Continuity of Net Proved Reserves in Talismans most recent Annual Information Form for a
statement of Talismans net production volumes and reserves. The use of the word gross in this
presentation means a 100% interest prior to the deduction of royalties and similar payments.
Resources, In-place Estimates and EURs
In this presentation, Talisman also discloses contingent resources, prospective resources, PIIP and EUR
as at February 28, 2013. Where not otherwise indicated, in this presentation, the contingent resources
provided are 2C and the prospective resources are unrisked best estimates. Contingent resources are
defined as those quantities of petroleum estimated, as of a given date, to be potentially recoverable from
known accumulations using established technology or technology under development, but which are not
currently considered to be commercially recoverable due to one or more contingencies. The

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contingencies that prevent the resources from being classified as reserves are: lack of gas sales contract;
additional testing; production and performance appraisal activities; development time frame too far in the
future; demonstration of economic viability; facilities and egress; access to equipment and services;
hydraulic fracturing technology; commodity prices and regulatory approvals. There is no certainty that it
will be commercially viable to produce any portion of the resources. In addition to these contingencies
and uncertainties the development of commerciality of resources is also subject to a number of risk
factors, as discussed more fully above.
Prospective resources are those quantities of petroleum estimated, as of a given date, to be potentially
recoverable from undiscovered accumulations by application of future development projects. Prospective
resources have both an associated chance of discovery and a chance of development. There is no
certainty that any portion of the resources will be discovered. If discovered, there is no certainty that it will
be commercially viable to produce any portion of the resources. Unrisked prospective resources are not
risked for change of development or chance of discovery. If a discovery is made, there is no certainty
that it will be developed or, if it is developed, there is no certainty as to the timing of such development.
In this presentation risked prospective resources have been risked for chance of discovery but have not
been risked for chance of development. If a discovery is made, there is no certainty that it will be
developed or, if it is developed, there is no certainty as to the timing of such development. Estimated
ultimate recovery (EUR) is a term commonly used in the oil and gas industry. EUR is an estimate, on a
given date, of the quantity of oil and gas that is potentially recoverable, plus those quantities already
produced. There is no certainty that it will be commercially viable to produce any portion of the EUR
amount that is contained herein. PIIP is defined as petroleum initially in place and is that quantity of
petroleum that is estimated to exist originally in naturally occurring accumulations. It is the total quantity of
petroleum that is estimated, as of a given date, to be contained in known accumulations, prior to
production. PIIP estimates may contain all resource classifications, both discovered and undiscovered.
There is no certainty that any portion of the resources will be discovered. If discovered, there is no
certainty that it will be commercially viable to produce any portion of the resources.
Non-Core Assets
In this presentation, all references to core and non-core assets and properties align with the
companys current public disclosure regarding its assets and properties.
BOE Conversion
Throughout this presentation, barrels of oil equivalent (boe) are calculated at a conversion rate of six
thousand cubic feet (mcf) of natural gas for one barrel of oil (bbl). This presentation also includes
references to mcf equivalents (mcfes) which are calculated at a conversion rate of one barrel of oil to six
thousand cubic feet of gas. Boes and Mcfes may be misleading, particularly if used in isolation. A boe
conversion ratio of 6mcf:1bbl and an mcfe conversion ratio of 1bbl:6mcf are based on an energy
equivalence conversion method primarily applicable at the burner tip and do not represent a value
equivalency at the well head.
Netbacks
Talisman also discloses netbacks in this presentation. Netbacks per boe are calculated by deducting from
the sales price associated royalties, operating and transportation costs.
US Dollars and IFRS
Dollar amounts are presented in US dollars, except where otherwise indicated. Financial information prior
to January 1, 2011 was prepared in accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles
(CGAAP) then applicable to publically accountable enterprises. The financial information for 2011, 2012

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and 2013 is presented in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Both IFRS
and CGAAP may differ from generally accepted accounting principles in the US.
Forecasted Cash Flow and Forecasted Free Cash Flow:
This presentation also contains discussions of anticipated cash flow and anticipated free cash flow both
on an aggregate and per share basis. The material assumptions used in determining estimates of cash
flow are: the anticipated production volumes; estimates of realized sales prices, which are in turn driven
by benchmark prices, quality differentials and the impact of exchange rates; estimated royalty rates;
estimated operating expenses; estimated transportation expenses; estimated general and administrative
expenses; estimated interest expense, including the level of capitalized interest; and the anticipated
amount of cash income tax and petroleum revenue tax. The amount of is inherently difficult to predict.
Anticipated production volumes are, in turn, based on the midpoint of the estimated production range and
do not reflect the impact of any potential asset dispositions or acquisitions. The completion of any
contemplated asset acquisitions or dispositions is contingent on various factors including favourable
market conditions, the ability of the Company to negotiate acceptable terms of sale and receipt of any
required approvals for such acquisitions or dispositions.
In addition to the assumptions that underpin forecasted cash flow, forecasted free cash flow also includes
assumptions around capital investments and financing activities.
Non-GAAP Financial Measures
Included in this presentation are references to financial measures used in the oil and gas industry such as
free cash flow, cash flow and capital expenditure. These terms are not defined by IFRS. Consequently,
these are referred to as non-GAAP measures. Talismans reported results of such measures may not be
comparable to similarly titled measures reported by other companies. Free Cash Flow is used by
management to assess the amount of funds available for reinvestment or to reduce debt levels or return
to shareholders. Free cash flow is the net of cash provided by operating, investing and financing
activities before the repayment or issuance of long-term debt. Cash Flow represents net income before
exploration costs, DD&A, impairment, deferred taxes and other non-cash expenses. Cash flow is used by
the Company to assess operating results between years and between peer companies using different
accounting policies. Cash flow should not be considered an alternative to, or more meaningful than, cash
provided by operating, investing and financing activities or net income as determined in accordance with
IFRS as an indicator of the Companys performance or liquidity. Capital expenditure (or capex or cash
capital spend) is calculated by adjusting the capital expenditure per the financial statements for
exploration costs that were expensed as incurred. Exploration capex is the combined total of exploration
expenditures capitalized as part of the exploration and evaluations assets in the Consolidated Balance
Sheet plus the exploration expenses on a before-tax basis from the Consolidated Statement of
Income.Development capex is the costs incurred in the development and producing phase and recorded
as part of property, plant and equipment in the Consolidated Financial statements.

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INVESTOR RELATIONS CONTACTS:


Paul Smith
Executive Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer
(403) 237.1434

ANALYST & INVESTOR RELATIONS INQUIRIES:


Lyle McLeod
Vice President, Investor Relations
(403) 237.1020

GENERAL & MEDIA INQUIRIES:


David Mann
Vice President, Corporate & Investor Communications
(403) 237.1196

TALISMAN ENERGY INC.


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Phone: (403) 237.1234
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