Frontier Services Group Limited

Frontier Services Group Limited (“FSG”) (SEHK: 00500) is a publicly listed company on the
Hong Kong Stock Exchange with its headquarters in Beijing and Hong Kong having an African
footprint in Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, South Africa, Somalia, South
Sudan and Nigeria. FSG supports businesses operating in frontier markets overcome
complex security, logistics and operational challenges. From Asia to Africa, FSG works
closely with clients to help them put together a fully integrated security solution to
transport and protect people, goods and equipment across air, sea and ground.

South Sudan – Track Record: FSG was the cornerstone of the Thiangral Petroleum Project in South Sudan on behalf of the Ministry of Petroleum from 2013 to 2016. FSG was successful in providing project oversight, on ground management, 24/7/365 safety and security monitoring, risk mitigation, comprehensive life support and logistics services.

FSG Security & Crisis Management: FSG escorted both road and air movements and
developed South Sudan specific emergency response systems.  The team included expertly
trained international security personnel as well as certified field medical staff.
FSG safely transported fuel and other materials by road and air throughout South Sudan and
conducted air drop of materials to remote locations when the weather prohibited landing of
fixed wing aircraft. Together with its strategic partners, FSG demonstrates unparalleled
knowledge of aviation in South Sudan and has successfully operated over hundreds of
medivacs and casavacs in the region.

FSG Aviation & Logistics Scope: Aviation assets and teams were based in Juba at the
international airport as well as in various remote and challenging locations throughout
South Sudan. The team included Air Boss and Maintenance personnel, support crews and
pilots numbering approximately 20 personnel. Aviation assets deployed and maintained in-
country included AN26 and Shorts SD 3-30 rear loading Cargo aircraft, PC6 Porter and C208B
STOL aircraft as well as Aérospatiale Gazelle and Bell412 helicopters. Services included, crew
rotations, re-supply to remote locations, survey and monitoring, VIP transport, medivac and
parachute air drop. The in-country fleet of 9 aircraft was supplemented by regional assets
including C550 Bravo jets, King Air 350 and King Air 200 aircraft. Ground-based assets
included leased 4×4 vehicle fleets, furnished offices, barges, field camps, workshops,
communications infrastructure and heavy road building machinery. The logistics capacity of
the project was divided between the procurement and transport of materials and
equipment in-bound to South Sudan, the distribution of supplies, crews fuel and equipment
to remote stations, communications, road and airstrip construction and support for the
aviation component of the project.