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1 ATTACHMENT 1 - EXHIBIT A FORM OF EXPORTER'S CERTIFICATE Name and U.S. Street Address of Exporter: Date: ____________, 20__ RE: Ex-Im Bank Credit/Guarantee/Insurance Number: AP085675XX -Australia Purchaser: Australia Pacific LNG Processing Pty Limited Supply Contract/Purchase Order No.(s) Check one:  Initial Exporter’s Certificate  Amended Exporter’s Certificate. The following has changed: [specify] We understand that the Export-Import Bank of the United States ("Ex-Im Bank") provides credit support to promote U.S. export sales, and that Ex-Im Bank will determine the scope of its support for our sale to the Purchaser based on the information provided below. To aid in this determination, we, the Exporter, hereby certify: PART A: CONTENT 1. Content. This information is based on our best efforts to assess the value of the goods and services (“Goods and Services”) to be provided under the above-referenced supply contract(s) or signed purchase order(s) with the Purchaser (the “Supply Contract(s)/Purchase Order(s)”). Content changes may need to be reported via an amended Exporter’s Certificate (see Part C below). Check one: The Goods and Services contain only U.S. Content: the U.S. Content Percentage is 100% (i.e.,  no Foreign Content, Local Costs, or Excluded Goods and Services (defined below)). Please do not complete the chart if this box is checked. The Goods and Services contain less than 100% U.S. Content. Please complete the chart if  this box is checked. Definition USD Supply Contract The aggregate price of all Goods and Services in the Supply / Purchase A. Contract/ Purchase Order(s). Order(s) Excluded The aggregate price of all Goods and Services that are not eligible Goods and for (or excluded from) Ex-Im Bank support (e.g., goods not shipped B. Services from the U.S.) C. Contract Price A minus B The aggregate price of all Goods originated/manufactured in the D. Local Costs Purchaser’s country and all Services provided by residents of the Purchaser’s country. Net Contract E. C minus D Price 3 Exporter’s Certificate

2 ATTACHMENT 1 - EXHIBIT A FORM OF EXPORTER'S CERTIFICATE USD Definition The aggregate cost to the Exporter of any Goods (or components thereof) that were produced or manufactured outside the U.S., Foreign Services provided by third country-resident personnel, and foreign F. Content freight costs and foreign insurance included in the Net Contract Price for Goods exported from the U.S. (Such amount shall not include any Local Costs.) G. E minus F U.S. Content U.S. Content H. G divided by E, expressed as a percentage. % Percentage Initial Exporter’s Certificate: input the lower of (i) 85% and (ii) the Disbursement percentage in H. Amended Exporter’s Certificate: input the % I. Percentage percentage obtained from the Disbursement Percentage Calculator page (if any). PART B: CERTIFICATIONS We hereby certify, as to ourselves and the Ex-Im Bank-approved Goods and Services sourced from the U.S. and the Purchaser’s country, as follows: 15% Cash Payment. We (i) have received (or will receive) payment for at least 15% of the Net Contract 1. Price, and/or (ii) have financed (or will finance) such amount at market rates. We have submitted (or will submit) evidence of payment of our invoices. (For 100% U.S. Goods and Services, “Net Contract Price” means the aggregate price of such Goods and Services.) Invoices and Shipment. We have provided (or will provide) copies of (i) invoices describing the Goods 2. and Services and (ii) signed, clean, onboard bills of lading evidencing that the Goods included in the Net Contract Price have been shipped from the U.S. to the Purchaser’s country. For Services, progress payments for Goods prior to shipment, and/or Local Costs, the value of the work performed at the time the invoices therefor are submitted for payment shall equal or exceed the amount so invoiced (or we have obtained Ex-Im Bank’s prior consent to an alternative arrangement). 3. Suspension and Debarment. We and each of our Principals individually, have not within the past 3 years been a) debarred, suspended, declared ineligible from participating in, or voluntarily excluded from participation in, a Covered Transaction, b) formally proposed for debarment, with a final determination still pending, c) indicted, convicted or had a civil judgment rendered against us for any of the offenses listed in the Regulations, d) delinquent on any substantial debts owed to the U.S. Government or its agencies or instrumentalities as of the date of execution of this certification; or we have received a written statement of exception from Ex-Im Bank attached to this certification, permitting participation in this Covered Transaction despite an inability to make certifications a) through d) in this paragraph. We further certify that we have not and will not knowingly enter into any agreements in connection with the Goods and Services with any individual or entity that has been debarred, suspended, declared ineligible from participating in, or voluntarily excluded from participation in a Covered Transaction. All capitalized terms not defined herein shall have the meanings set forth in the Government-wide Non-procurement Suspension and Debarment Regulations - Common Rule (Regulations). In addition, we are not listed on any of the publicly available debarment lists of the following international financial institutions: World Bank Group, African Development Bank, Asian Development Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the Inter-American Development Bank. 4 Exporter’s Certificate

3 ATTACHMENT 1 - EXHIBIT A FORM OF EXPORTER'S CERTIFICATE 4. Other Payments; Legal Compliance. Without Ex-Im Bank’s written consent, a copy of which is attached, we have not and will not agree to, offer to, cause to, or arrange for, directly or indirectly, any payment, discount, allowance, rebate, commission, fee or other payment in connection with the sales of the Goods and Services under (or obtaining) the Supply Contract/Purchase Order(s) or Ex-Im Bank Credit/Guarantee/Insurance, except for a) payment of manufacturing costs or for the purchase of the Goods, b) the regular remuneration of our regular full-time directors, officers and employees; c) regular commissions or fees, if any, to our regular sales agent, broker or representative and readily identifiable on our books and records as to amount, purpose and recipient; d) any discounts, allowances, or rebates to the Purchaser that are disclosed in our invoices; or e) any letter of credit or other fees paid to commercial banks or any payments made to Ex-Im Bank in connection with the Ex-Im Bank Credit/Guarantee/Insurance. In addition, neither we nor anyone acting on our behalf, such as agents, have engaged, or will engage, in any activity in connection with this transaction that is a violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, 15 U.S.C. 78dd-1, et seq. (which provides for civil and criminal penalties against companies and individuals who directly or indirectly make or facilitate corrupt payments to foreign officials to obtain or keep business). Further, neither we nor anyone acting on our behalf in connection with this transaction are currently under charge or have been, within the past 5 years, convicted in any court or been subject to national administrative measures of any country for bribery of foreign public officials. To the best of our knowledge, the Supply Contract/Purchase Order(s) and the performance by the parties of their respective obligations thereunder does not violate any applicable law. 5. Munitions List. Except as described on our attached statement, none of the Goods and Services are on the U.S. Munitions List (part 121 of Title 22 of the Code of Federal Regulations). PART C: CHANGES AND EX-IM BANK RELIANCE Changes to Certifications. With respect to Part A, we will promptly complete and submit an Amended 6. Exporter’s Certificate if there has been a “material change” in the U.S. Content Percentage (together with a copy of the completed “Disbursement Percentage Calculator” found at www.exim.gov /tools/disbcalc.html) prior to any further presentation of invoices for payment. A “material change” in the U.S. Content Percentage occurs if (a) the U.S. Content Percentage has decreased by more than 5% (as compared to the U.S. Content Percentage reported in the initial Exporter’s Certificate) and (b) aggregate foreign content is over 20% (i.e., the new U.S. Content Percentage is less than 80%). With respect to Parts B or C, if any of the certifications made therein become untrue, we will promptly submit an amended Exporter’s Certificate, noting the changes and with any required attachments, prior to any further presentation of invoices for payment. 5 Exporter’s Certificate

4 ATTACHMENT 1 - EXHIBIT A FORM OF EXPORTER'S CERTIFICATE 7. Ex-Im Bank Reliance. With knowledge that Ex-Im Bank will rely on the certifications and representations made in this Exporter’s Certificate, we agree we are liable for any damages suffered by Ex- Im Bank’s reliance. We understand that these certifications are subject to the penalties for fraud provided in Article 18 U.S.C., Section 1001. We agree that presentation of invoices for payment under the Ex-Im Bank Credit/Guarantee/Insurance is a confirmation by us of the information and certifications made herein. By his signature, the person signing this Exporter’s Certificate on behalf of the Exporter represents that he is fully authorized to do so. We agree to provide additional information with respect to any of the matters covered in this Exporter’s Certificate upon Ex-Im Bank’s reasonable written request. [EXPORTER] By: (Authorized Officer or Employee) Name: Title: 6 Exporter’s Certificate

5 ATTACHMENT 1 - EXHIBIT A FORM OF EXPORTER'S CERTIFICATE INSTRUCTIONS TO EXPORTERS: Part A: Content The information provided in Part A will be used to determine the total amount of Ex-Im Bank guarantee, loan or insurance support for a transaction. Please refer to Ex-Im Bank’s Fact Sheets on Foreign Content, Local Costs, and Ancillary Services at http://www.exim.gov/products/index.html for a further explanation of Ex-Im Bank’s content and cover policies. Part B: Certifications The certifications in Part B cover those Goods and Services sourced from U.S. (or the Purchaser’s country) and approved as eligible for coverage under an Ex-Im Bank Credit/Guarantee/Insurance. If you have any question about what Goods and Services are approved by Ex-Im Bank, please contact your Ex-Im Bank credit officer. For Long-Term transactions (credit over $10MM or more than 7 years repayment), such “Goods and Services” are those listed in the current Acquisition List submitted by the Borrower to Ex-Im Bank. Initial Exporter’s Certificate The Exporter’s Certificate must be completed by the Exporter and presented prior to the borrower’s first request for disbursement related to that exporter’s invoices under the Ex-Im Bank-supported credit. Exporter’s Certificates are also to be completed by U.S. and non-U.S. providers of ancillary services (such as banking, financial advisor, technical consultant, and legal) that have been approved by Ex-Im Bank for financing under the Ex-Im Bank Credit/Guarantee/Insurance. Amended Exporter’s Certificates If an Amended Exporter’s Certificate is required pursuant to Section 6 of the Exporter’s Certificate, the Exporter should check the “Amended Exporter’s Certificate” box at the top of the Certificate and note the change being reflected in the amended Certificate. The Exporter should contact the lender under an Ex-Im Bank Guarantee/Insurance transaction, or Ex-Im Bank if an Ex-Im Bank Credit, for instructions on where to send the Amended Exporter’s Certificate. Please note that a change to Part A (Content) requires the Exporter to attach a copy of the “Disbursement Percentage Calculator” to the Amended Exporter’s Certificate. The Calculator allows the Exporter to calculate the new disbursement percentage for the transaction. The Calculator (and instructions) are found at http://www.exim.gov/tools/disbcalc.html . Changes to Sections 4 and 5 of Part B require the relevant Ex- Im Bank approval to be attached. Consolidation Across Supply Contracts . If there is more than one Exporter in the Ex-Im Bank-supported transaction, the Exporters may appoint in writing one Exporter (the “consolidator”) to submit an Exporter’s Certificate on their behalf. In this case, the content information would be calculated on an aggregate basis, and any material changes in content (or any other changes) would be reported through the consolidator. Since the use of a consolidation structure can affect the amount of available Ex-Im Bank support, it should be disclosed at the application stage. If approved by Ex-Im Bank, the following should be added above the signature block on the last page of the Exporter’s Certificate: 7 Exporter’s Certificate

6 ATTACHMENT 1 - EXHIBIT A FORM OF EXPORTER'S CERTIFICATE The undersigned has been duly authorized in writing by ______________________[insert exporter name(s)] to make the representations and certifications in this Exporter's Certificate as the agent of and on behalf of such exporter(s) and its Supply Contract(s). As used in this Certificate, the term "we" (and corresponding terms) shall mean each of undersigned and such exporter(s); provided that the obligation to report Changes to Certifications in Section 6 shall be solely the responsibility of the undersigned Exporter. Links and Additional Information For information regarding the Exporter’s Certificate (and other helpful facts), go to http://www.exim.gov/ . Should you have any further questions regarding the Exporter’s Certificate, please call Ex-Im Bank’s Operations Division at (202) 565-3470. For insurance transactions, please contact your insurance broker or appropriate Ex-Im Bank regional office. : CONTENT REPORTS AND AGGREGATE FOREIGN CONTENT CAUSE REPORTS For informational and reporting purposes only, Ex-Im Bank requests that Exporters submit Content Reports and an annual Aggregate Foreign Content Cause Report. Under Medium-Term transactions a Content Report should be submitted with the Application for Ex-Im Bank support. Under Long-Term transactions the Content Report should be submitted with the initial Exporter’s Certificate. If at the completion of the work performed under a Supply Contract/Purchase Order(s), the foreign content amount changed by one percentage point or more of the value of the Net Contract Price, Exporters should submit a final revised Content Report within 60 days. Ex-Im Bank may contact Exporters to reconfirm the information provided in the Content Report. Exporters are requested to submit an annual Aggregate Foreign Content Cause Report containing information about the reasons for foreign content in Supply Contract/Purchase Orders. The processing or approval of, or disbursements under, an Ex-Im Bank Credit/Guarantee/Insurance transaction will not be affected by the submission (or not) of Content Reports or Aggregate Foreign Content Cause Reports. Content Report and Aggregate Foreign Content Cause Report forms and instructions can be found at http:/www.exim.gov/pub/txt/eib01-02.doc and http://www.exim.gov/pub/txt/eib01-02a.doc , respectively. Should you have any questions regarding the Content Report or Aggregate Foreign Content Cause Report, please call the Policy Group at (202) 565-3760. 8 Exporter’s Certificate

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