MURRAY & ROBERTS HOLDINGS LIMITED - Clough In Joint Venture With Elecnor Selected As Contractor For Transgrid Project Energy Connect

            
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Clough In Joint Venture With Elecnor Selected As Contractor For Transgrid Project Energy Connect

MURRAY & ROBERTS HOLDINGS LIMITED
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
Registration number 1948/029826/06
JSE Share Code: MUR
ADR Code: MURZY
ISIN: ZAE000073441
(Murray & Roberts the Group or the Company)

CLOUGH IN JOINT VENTURE WITH ELECNOR SELECTED AS CONTRACTOR FOR TRANSGRID PROJECT ENERGY CONNECT

The Clough Elecnor joint venture, SecureEnergy, is pleased to announce it has been selected as
contractor for an approximate AU$1,5 billion contract for TransGrids Project EnergyConnect.
SecureEnergy is a 50/50 integrated joint venture.

ElectraNet and TransGrid are partnering to deliver an energy interconnector between the power grids
of South Australia and New South Wales, with an added connection to Victoria.

The joint venture will deliver the engineering, procurement and construction of TransGrids portion of
the project, which includes four substations and approximately 700km of 330kV transmission line.

Elecnor has an enviable track record globally in delivering high voltage transmission projects such as
this, and combined with Cloughs Australian project delivery expertise, they form a formidable joint
venture. The project has been strongly supported by the New South Wales government, which has
declared it Critical State Significant Infrastructure.

SIGNIFICANT ORDER BOOK AND OPPORTUNITY PIPELINE

As at June 2020, the Group reported a significant, quality order book of 54,2 billion, which includes
several multi-year contracts.

The project pipeline includes a significant value of near orders, and Category 1 opportunities include
four projects which are being negotiated on a sole-source basis, one in the Mining platform and three in
the Energy, Resources & Infrastructure platform, with a combined value of approximately R40 billion.
The TransGrid project was not one of the three Energy, Resources & Infrastructure platform projects
mentioned in the annual results announcement.

The value of our order book is a lead indicator of future earnings potential, and our multi-year project
pipeline categorises the opportunities expected to grow this value. The resilience of the Groups
business model, and the strategic positions achieved by the business platforms in high-potential market
sectors, supports a return to profitability in FY2021 and a path to earnings growth beyond.

The information contained in this announcement has not been reviewed or reported on by the
Companys external auditors.

Bedfordview

12 October 2020

Sponsor
The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited

Date: 12-10-2020 09:21:00
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