Pentageni

Corporate Profile

Established in Ankara Turkey, Pentageni is an international contracting company which furnishes services on engineering; design; manufacturing; construction; erection; commissioning and conducts large scale heavy industry & industrial projects.

Working in global field, Pentageni, whose quality of services has been certified by various local & international awards and certificates, occupying a prominent place among the leading companies within the principle of maximum productivity and effectiveness.

Pentageni can provide different business models such as Turnkey Solutions, EPC, EPC-F, EPC-M, PPP and BOT for various projects in its scope of works to its clients.

Pentageni is in the business of supporting the process industry and understands the constraints that much of the industry must operate under. The staff of Pentageni strive to understand and become closely associated with your operation and work within the culture that exists on your site. To this end, we can work either within or outside your company's business structure, but we would also advise on the most appropriate management approach for each individual project.

The aim of Pentageni is to support you in you project, to the level that you require and which is most appropriate for the scale of the project. Mostly this is by means of supplying expert labour to design and manage the works that are requested. However, Pentageni will also coordinate other disciplines where required so that implementation is accurate, timely and operable to you standards.

Pentageni is not only an international contracting & construction company, but a group of dedicated professional and practical people that understand the process industry and its needs.

It is our commitment to provide the latest know-how and most modern technologies for the realization of the projects we undertake with the generation of best value and customer satisfaction.


Vision , Mission & Values

OUR MISSION

At Pentageni, it is our commitment to provide the latest know-how and most modern technologies for the realization of the projects we undertake with the generation of best value and customer satisfaction. As a part of this commitment, we believe that the quality of the works we provide would carry us amongst the most respected companies before our customers.

OUR VISION

Pentageni aims to be in the leader board with the services that it offers in the regions of its activities.

Our long term strategies to realize this aim are;

• Working with the latest technologies,
• Becoming a specialist of working in the challenging regions along with all other locations,
• Continuously improving our methods, the technologies we use and our performance,
• Using innovation to differentiate and gain competitiveness in our services,
• Forming strategic partnerships to enter into a wider area of services strongly and learn from this partnerships to always step further.

OUR VALUES

Safety as a priority: We give priority while conducting our business into a safe and sustainable way.
Pursuing excellence: We believe in the pursuit of excellence in everything we do.
Collaboration and teamwork: We believe we are better when we work together. We know that a company without its
solution partners and without its team is just an empty shell.
Continuous improvement and knowledge: We always strive to get better. We share our know-how, expertise and
ideas with each other. We are open and willing to learn from every person and entity. And we apply the lessons we learn.
Honesty, Integrity and transparency: We set the highest standard of corporate governance. We are open and honest
with each other, our partners and stakeholders. We are always transparent to our clients, solution partners and our industry members.
Commitment to environment: We understand our impact on the environment and we work towards a more sustainable industry.

OUR BRAND

Pentageni's success in becoming a leader in our home markets and the customer's first choice is to a great extent depending on the perception of Pentageni as a brand. Our aim is to be known and recognized for our strong values and dedication to creating shareholder value in a responsible way, while building for a better society. Today, Pentageni has a strong brand position and is recognized as an Industry leader in most of our home markets. Our brand is also strongly associated with our focus areas within Sustainability – Safety, Ethics, Green, Community Investment and Diversity and Inclusion.


As a multidiscipline EPC contractor, the complexity of our work also means that we rely on team work, where there are no ‘single-person’ jobs, but collaborative efforts. This value of unitedness helps us to create an environment where everyone feels connected, enabling a collective intelligence.

Pentageni is the sum of collective talent of its team.

The Board of Directors has 5 members, from our shareholders and in addition to a selection of experienced independent members who are experts in the industry. The Directors and the Board Committees provide disciplined oversight and guidance, and the management team leads, supervises and controls the Company with uncompromising integrity.

The Directors bring deep and wide-ranging experience of corporate governance, operations and maintenance, finance, business development and institution building. The management team's leadership skills are complemented by their academic and professional qualifications in the fields of administration, management, finance, engineering and contracting.

Aynur ŞIK
Chairperson
Kaan ERALP
Vice Chairman & CEO
John BURNS
Board Member
Erdal HANÇER
Board Member
Yalın ERALP
Board Member
Kaan ERALP
Vice Chairman & CEO
Global Managing Director
kaaneralp@pentageni.com
Dr.Oleg KOTKOV
Managing Director
Russia & CIS
olegkotkov@pentageni.com
Kiren WARAICH LLB Hons
Managing Director
Europe & UK
kirenwaraich@pentageni.com
Qingcheng HUANG 黄庆成
Managing Director
China
huangqingchen@pentageni.com
Jianying HE 何建英
Managing Director
East Asia & India
hejianying@pentageni.com
Aleksandra DRASKOVIC
Managing Director
East Europe & Balkans
aleksandradraskovic@pentageni.com
Vinza MUSONGOLE
Managing Director
East & South Africa
vinzamusongole@pentageni.com
Jean Paul NGUEGANG ,MBA,MSc,MCMI
Managing Director
Central & West Africa
jpnguegang@pentageni.com
Antonella SEPULVEDA
Managing Director
Latin America
antonellasepuvelda@pentageni.com
Sanzhar ZHAPAROV
Managing Director
Central Asia & Caucaus
sanzharzhaparov@pentageni.com

Areas Of Expertise

I.Energy production facilities

- Thermal power plants
- Natural gas cycle plants
- Flue gas treatment systems
- Geothermal power plants

II.Refineries and petrochemical plants

- Refineries
- CCR and hydrocracker plants
- Ammonia and urea plants
- Isomerization facilities

III. Industrial plants

- Iron & steel works
- Cement plants
- Chemical factories
- Integrated facilities
- Wood plants
- Tire factories
- Coal preparation and dewatering systems
- Long distance conveyor systems
- Air separation plants
- Pipelines
- Milling plants
- Fertilizer facilities
- Dust collection systems

IV. Civil works

- Airports
- Military facilities
- Cooling towers
- Roads and bridges
- Transportation projects
- Dams
- Ash dams
- Tunnels
- infrastructure works
- Ports
- Prefabricated plants
- Irrigation works
- Water Treatment & Desalination plants

Solution Partners

Stronger. Together.

For many years, we have been tirelessly and enthusiastically provided services for hundreds of clients across dozens of sectors, addressing all their electrical, mechanical, and construction related needs by partnering several reputable and reliable partners.

Our approach is based on long-term partnerships. We are proud of our partners with whom we strive to improve our solutions.

Our Technical performance and Know-how has increased to the maximum level, by making cooperations and conducting joint venture projects with international organizations.

Our experience on contracting, construction, installation, can fulfill all the desired services and requirements of large international collaborations and can be maintained easily in international competition.

We work together as partners with some of the international companies on providing bug-up solutions.

Heritage

The board and some associates of Pentageni advise on heritage matters related to engineering and contracting all over the territories we work. Staff sit on a number of heritage committees both in governments and the Engineers & Construction Institutions.

Though considered unimportant at present, heritage is fast becoming an issue just as environment was.

Many older structures, plant, factories and contemporary high tech equipment becomes of heritage value without the owner knowing.

Dealing with the related conservation issues associated with heritage works needs additional skills which Pentageni bring to a project.

Quality Policy

Pentageni Quality Management System has been established based on the principles of minimal bureaucracy and documentation which allows quick decision making and implementation. These features are achieved and successfully integrated into the quality management system by utilizing the on-site based management and process approach that includes;

• Understanding the current and future customer needs, meeting with customer requirements and striving to exceed client expectations.
• Leading to establish unity of purpose and directing to create and maintain the internal environment in which Pentageni employees can become fully involved in achieving the company objectives.
• Pentageni members, at all levels are the essence of organization and their full involvement enables the usage of their abilities for company’s quality achievement.
• Management of activities and related resources as a whole process to achieve the desired results more efficiently.
• Identifying, understanding and managing interrelated processes as a system which contributes to effectiveness and efficiency in achieving company quality objectives.
• Continuous improvement of overall performance as a permanent objective of Pentageni. Effective decisions based on the analysis of data and information and mutually beneficial relationships with suppliers to create value.

Within this framework Pentageni engages in activities on the basis of our Quality Management and Health and Safety Management systems in accordance with international standards. As one of the significant indicators of the fact our companies has received all of the related international certificates required in the scope of businesses such as IS0:9001, IS0:14001, OHSAS:18001, ISO:3834- 2, TRD201, D1N18880, D1N-EN729-2 and local standardization certificates.

For More information Please Contact quality@pentageni.com

SUSTAINABILITY

Pentageni's sustainability agenda consists of five focus areas and 18 goals that are linked to our values and to our core activities in Construction and Project Development operations. All of these areas relate to our core business and expertise, and are interconnected.

Our sustainibility goals are:


We aim to meet the Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN, which include affordable and clean energy, decent work and economic growth, industry innovation and infrastructure, sustainable cities and communities, and climate action through our work,

Our Sustainibility focus areas are:

1. Health and Safety
2. Ethics
3. Environment
4. Community Investment

Ultimately, our goal is to grow from being a leader in each area to being an industry leader and authority within sustainability as a whole. Our sustainability leadership is also a business advantage, contributing to delivering profit and creating shareholder value.

Construction remains one of the most hazardous industries in Pentageni's home markets, so we focus on eliminating risks by thoroughly training our people, comprehensively planning our projects and operating according to our industry-leading health and safety procedures and policies. Our culture of caring is also central to our goal of no one being injured on or around our workplaces.

We truly care for the health and safety of each and every person connected with our projects. Consequently, we strive to foster an environment in which everyone takes responsibility for their own health and safety, as well as the health and safety of those around them.

Health and Safety permeates all that we do. We consider health and safety when selecting projects and when choosing supply chain partners. When projects are being planned and designed, we look for ways to eliminate risks. Every day, nothing is more important than living our value of Care for Life.

Pentageni aims to be a world leader in health and safety and aspire to provide an injury free working environment in all of our workplaces every day. Our Care for Life value commits us to work safely or not at all and support health and wellbeing of our employees and contractors.

The Pentageni Safety Policy Statement commits us to challenging milestones on our way to an injury free workplace including:

• Leadership in Health and Safety
• Health and Safety Culture
• Proactive management and measurement
• Health and Safety Resources
• Being an agent for change in our home markets

A tool has been developed to support development of health and safety in the organization, the Pentageni Health and Safety Road Map. It is used to inspire and support management teams across Pentageni to meet their health and safety milestones. Work include annual reviews on performance and progress.

The Health and Safety Road Map focuses on six key areas of development:

1. Health and Safety Culture
2. Improving safety Competency through development and education programs
3. Improved Communication of health and safety issues throughout Pentageni
4. Developing, implementingand monitoring Controls
5. Engagement and supervision with our Contractors
6. Health and Well-being engagement

To facilitate greater commonality in performance across all Pentageni business units, sixteen Global Health and Safety Standards have been put in place, spanning from training to audits.

1. Introduction training for all employess

Studies show that people are more likely to have accidents when they are new to their work environment. That is why all new starts on Pentageni workplaces are required to receive a day one safety induction.

2. Incident management

Understanding the nature and causes of accidents, incidents and near misses at our workplaces is essential knowledge for preventing recurrence. Having processes and procedures that collect, collate and communicate causes and actions to prevent recurrence is a vital part of the safety management system.

3. Risk assessment

Identifying safety hazards and mitigating the risk is a key step to delivering an injury free workplace. This Pentageni standard stresses the use of safety briefings as a means to communicate the risks and controls.

4. Personal protective equipment

Personal protective equipment is the last line of defence in preventing injury and not the first option. In Pentageni managing the safety risk comes first.

5. Management of vehicles on site

Man – machine interface only has one winner. This standard focusses on planning and controlling the vehicles movements on the jobsite.

6. Overhead /underground services

Activities associated with working adjacent to overhead and underground services such as gas, water, electrical power lines, fuel pipelines, structures and other hazards requires detailed planning.

7. Electrical safety

Overhead and underground electrical services are a constant hazard for construction sites whether they be in urban or rural areas. Having strong procedures to manage the risk is essential to the safety working alongside high voltage power lines.

8. Working at height

In Pentageni we recognise that falls from height are responsible for more fatalities and serious injuries than any other category of accident in the construction industry worldwide. Therefore it is essential that whatever the height the risks of injury are controlled.

9. Temporary work structures

On Pentageni jobsites all temporary works of every kind that are required on site for the construction of the Permanent Works are covered by this safety standard including ;Falsework and formwork systems, supports for deep excavation and working platforms for heavy mobile equipment including cranes and piling rigs.

10. Excavation and trenching

In carrying out excavation and trenching activities ground conditions can vary, even in short distances. A small fall of earth is capable of inflicting serious or even fatal injuries. Design and installation of systems by qualified personnel is a key element of the standard.

11. Lifting operations

Lifting operations are an everyday activity on construction sites but they represent one of the highest risk activities. Lifting operations can be undertaken by a variety of equipment powered or manual including cranes, excavators, piling rigs, gantry cranes, forklift and telehandlers. On Pentageni jobsites all lifting is covered by this safety standard.

12. Confined spaces

Confined spaces are work environments that by their nature have restricted space and ventilation and are therefore at risk of fumes or fire. Controlling access egress and the work activities in these spaces is essential.

13. Fire prevention

Construction sites are at risk from fire particularly during the latter stages as more flammable materials are introduced to the building. Planning, control of activities and emergency response are ways to reduce potential accidents.

14. Fixed facilities

This standard provides a general approach to develop specific Fixed Facilities Safety Plan (FFSP) all types of fixed facilities in Pentageni.

15. Safe management of goods

For goods delivered from sellers to our worksites and fixed facilities requires a delivery plan, which covers all safety issues arising during the procurement stage, post award and the delivery at a Pentageni worksite. It is used in conjunction with guidance on “Safe Loading / Unloading of vehicles”.

16. Safety audit

This standard sets the minimum requirements to establish an internal safety audit process, in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the safety management system implemented and identify opportunities for improvement. Additional local legislation requirements must be complied with at all times.

We are committed to doing business with a high degree of integrity and transparency. Fundamental to living our value of Act Ethically and Transparently are our comprehensive ethics and compliance program, our Code of Conduct and Supplier Code of Conduct, and our empowered culture.

Pentageni’s value of Act Ethically and Transparently contains three key aspects that we are committed to following in all areas of our business:

• Doing business with a high degree of integrity and transparency
• Living by our Code of Conduct and never accepting shortcuts
• Fostering a working climate in which everyone can speak their mind

Doing business with a high degree of integrity and transparency means that we aim to be open in all our dealings with stakeholders, including customers, suppliers and other partners, employees, investors and communities.

We proactively communicate and provide information on our targets, performance and market outlooks. This is essential to maintaining trust with both colleagues and external stakeholders.

We expect those with whom we work to be equally transparent. We have a third party due diligence program to ensure that we know who we are doing business with throughout our supply chain.

We are accountable for our actions and have a governance structure that clearly defines the allocation of responsibilities.

Our comprehensive Code of Conduct covers the topics we regard as most important for doing business ethically. It gives very clear guidance and examples so that employees and external parties know exactly what is expected of them.

In all joint venture arrangements, we require our partners to follow the Pentageni Code of Conduct or an agreed equivalent. For suppliers, we have a shorter version of the Code with the sections applicable to them. We require this Supplier Code of Conduct to be embedded throughout our supply chain to be sure that actions taken on our behalf are always carried out in accordance with the Pentageni Values.

Our Code of Conduct is supported by more detailed policies and procedures in key areas, including anti-corruption, personal data, insider trading and sanctions.

Our business units implement these policies and are responsible for supplementing them with local policies, procedures and guidance applicable to their specific business.

We set high expectations for our employees to follow our clear and transparent way of working and to live by our Code of Conduct. New employees are required to be trained on the Code of Conduct within their first month of employment.

We foster a working climate in which everyone can speak their mind. Every employee has the ability and the authority to question and challenge anything that doesn’t seem right.

We recognize that “gray areas” exist, in which the solutions are not clear. To increase awareness and enable better decisions in these real-life situations, all employees regularly discuss scenarios that present dilemmas.

All those inside and outside Pentageni are encouraged to speak with a Pentageni manager if they believe there is an ethical issue.

We investigate all ethics complaints and, where they are substantiated, ensure that appropriate consequences and follow up actions are implemented. Pentageni Group Headquarters and our business units all operate ethics committees to ensure ethics reports are dealt with in accordance with our procedures. Our local ethics committees and Ethics and Compliance Officers also work actively to drive ethics in their respective business units.

We do not tolerate negative consequences to anyone reporting a concern in good faith. A no retaliation policy is embedded in our Code of Conduct.

At Pentageni we are always working toward a corruption-free society.

We engage with organizations who are working to eliminate corruption and its effects on society from the business world.

Anti-Corruption is an important part of our Code of Conduct and our Supplier Code of Conduct as well.

We have a strong Anti-Corruption Policy which emphasizes the importance of Anti-Corruption and supports our employees in how to do business in a transparent way to avoid even the perception of a connection to corrupt practices.

In practical terms an ethics risk assessment with a large focus in identifying corruption red flags is carried out every other year in all Business Units. Where risks exist, mitigating measures are put in place. In the intervening years an assurance review to assess that the mitigating measures are working effectively is carried out.

The Pentageni considers environmental responsibility as a key factor in support of sustainability and closely connected to the ability of a business to create added and sustainable value. We recognize that climate change will have significant implications for the industries we serve. Together with our customers and industry partners, we use the principles of EnviroMetrics™ and the UN Sustainable Development Goals to help drive solutions for a lower carbon world. We are committed to being part of the solution, to reducing our own emissions intensity and protecting our people and assets from the physical impact of climate change.

We live in one world, which is why we are committed to being part of the solution for a lower-carbon world. We’ve worked hard to reduce our own emissions intensity and to ensure our people and assets are protected from the physical impact of climate change.

As well as making changes to the way we operate, we are working with our customers to plan their low carbon energy transition strategies, using the latest breakthrough technologies for emissions Management. We are also seeing more opportunities to blend energy solutions using renewable energy, to deliver on affordability, reliability and environmental expectations.

We are committed to supporting the communities in which we operate by drawing on our core competencies to address local social challenges.

As a project development and construction company engaging with numerous local stakeholders in our home markets on a daily basis, we can play a key role in strengthening the communities we work in.

Our approach to Community Investment aims to create shared value by ensuring mutual benefit for our communities and customers – as well as for Pentageni.

Dialogue and cooperation with various stakeholders, such as residents, organizations and municipalities, helps us identify and address the most important local challenges. By providing our skills and time, we can create both social and economic value wherever we work. This directly supports our purpose to build for a better society.

Focus Areas

We primarily work with our three Community Investment focus areas, which we have identified as the areas we can make the most significant positive contribution. They relate to our expertise and firmly ground our work in Pentageni's core business:

1.Employability

We create opportunities for diverse groups to enter the job market together with customers, subcontractors and strategic partners by providing skills, opportunities, and employment when possible.

2.Education

We support schools and other organizations by providing the younger generation with role models that inspire further study and promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) learning to encourage greater diversity in our sector.

3.Design for social impact

We help improve communities through design together with our customers, partners and local actors. We do this by improving neighborhoods around where we work and by using holistic design solutions on our projects.

SUSTAINABILITY

Pentageni's sustainability agenda consists of five focus areas and 18 goals that are linked to our values and to our core activities in Construction and Project Development operations. All of these areas relate to our core business and expertise, and are interconnected.

Our sustainibility goals are:


We aim to meet the Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN, which include affordable and clean energy, decent work and economic growth, industry innovation and infrastructure, sustainable cities and communities, and climate action through our work,

Our Sustainibility focus areas are:

1. Health and Safety
2. Ethics
3. Environment
4. Community Investment

Ultimately, our goal is to grow from being a leader in each area to being an industry leader and authority within sustainability as a whole. Our sustainability leadership is also a business advantage, contributing to delivering profit and creating shareholder value.

Construction remains one of the most hazardous industries in Pentageni's home markets, so we focus on eliminating risks by thoroughly training our people, comprehensively planning our projects and operating according to our industry-leading health and safety procedures and policies. Our culture of caring is also central to our goal of no one being injured on or around our workplaces.

We truly care for the health and safety of each and every person connected with our projects. Consequently, we strive to foster an environment in which everyone takes responsibility for their own health and safety, as well as the health and safety of those around them.

Health and Safety permeates all that we do. We consider health and safety when selecting projects and when choosing supply chain partners. When projects are being planned and designed, we look for ways to eliminate risks. Every day, nothing is more important than living our value of Care for Life.

Pentageni aims to be a world leader in health and safety and aspire to provide an injury free working environment in all of our workplaces every day. Our Care for Life value commits us to work safely or not at all and support health and wellbeing of our employees and contractors.

The Pentageni Safety Policy Statement commits us to challenging milestones on our way to an injury free workplace including:

• Leadership in Health and Safety
• Health and Safety Culture
• Proactive management and measurement
• Health and Safety Resources
• Being an agent for change in our home markets

A tool has been developed to support development of health and safety in the organization, the Pentageni Health and Safety Road Map. It is used to inspire and support management teams across Pentageni to meet their health and safety milestones. Work include annual reviews on performance and progress.

The Health and Safety Road Map focuses on six key areas of development:

1. Health and Safety Culture
2. Improving safety Competency through development and education programs
3. Improved Communication of health and safety issues throughout Pentageni
4. Developing, implementingand monitoring Controls
5. Engagement and supervision with our Contractors
6. Health and Well-being engagement

To facilitate greater commonality in performance across all Pentageni business units, sixteen Global Health and Safety Standards have been put in place, spanning from training to audits.

1. Introduction training for all employess

Studies show that people are more likely to have accidents when they are new to their work environment. That is why all new starts on Pentageni workplaces are required to receive a day one safety induction.

2. Incident management

Understanding the nature and causes of accidents, incidents and near misses at our workplaces is essential knowledge for preventing recurrence. Having processes and procedures that collect, collate and communicate causes and actions to prevent recurrence is a vital part of the safety management system.

3. Risk assessment

Identifying safety hazards and mitigating the risk is a key step to delivering an injury free workplace. This Pentageni standard stresses the use of safety briefings as a means to communicate the risks and controls.

4. Personal protective equipment

Personal protective equipment is the last line of defence in preventing injury and not the first option. In Pentageni managing the safety risk comes first.

5. Management of vehicles on site

Man – machine interface only has one winner. This standard focusses on planning and controlling the vehicles movements on the jobsite.

6. Overhead /underground services

Activities associated with working adjacent to overhead and underground services such as gas, water, electrical power lines, fuel pipelines, structures and other hazards requires detailed planning.

7. Electrical safety

Overhead and underground electrical services are a constant hazard for construction sites whether they be in urban or rural areas. Having strong procedures to manage the risk is essential to the safety working alongside high voltage power lines.

8. Working at height

In Pentageni we recognise that falls from height are responsible for more fatalities and serious injuries than any other category of accident in the construction industry worldwide. Therefore it is essential that whatever the height the risks of injury are controlled.

9. Temporary work structures

On Pentageni jobsites all temporary works of every kind that are required on site for the construction of the Permanent Works are covered by this safety standard including ;Falsework and formwork systems, supports for deep excavation and working platforms for heavy mobile equipment including cranes and piling rigs.

10. Excavation and trenching

In carrying out excavation and trenching activities ground conditions can vary, even in short distances. A small fall of earth is capable of inflicting serious or even fatal injuries. Design and installation of systems by qualified personnel is a key element of the standard.

11. Lifting operations

Lifting operations are an everyday activity on construction sites but they represent one of the highest risk activities. Lifting operations can be undertaken by a variety of equipment powered or manual including cranes, excavators, piling rigs, gantry cranes, forklift and telehandlers. On Pentageni jobsites all lifting is covered by this safety standard.

12. Confined spaces

Confined spaces are work environments that by their nature have restricted space and ventilation and are therefore at risk of fumes or fire. Controlling access egress and the work activities in these spaces is essential.

13. Fire prevention

Construction sites are at risk from fire particularly during the latter stages as more flammable materials are introduced to the building. Planning, control of activities and emergency response are ways to reduce potential accidents.

14. Fixed facilities

This standard provides a general approach to develop specific Fixed Facilities Safety Plan (FFSP) all types of fixed facilities in Pentageni.

15. Safe management of goods

For goods delivered from sellers to our worksites and fixed facilities requires a delivery plan, which covers all safety issues arising during the procurement stage, post award and the delivery at a Pentageni worksite. It is used in conjunction with guidance on “Safe Loading / Unloading of vehicles”.

16. Safety audit

This standard sets the minimum requirements to establish an internal safety audit process, in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the safety management system implemented and identify opportunities for improvement. Additional local legislation requirements must be complied with at all times.

We are committed to doing business with a high degree of integrity and transparency. Fundamental to living our value of Act Ethically and Transparently are our comprehensive ethics and compliance program, our Code of Conduct and Supplier Code of Conduct, and our empowered culture.

Pentageni’s value of Act Ethically and Transparently contains three key aspects that we are committed to following in all areas of our business:

• Doing business with a high degree of integrity and transparency
• Living by our Code of Conduct and never accepting shortcuts
• Fostering a working climate in which everyone can speak their mind

Doing business with a high degree of integrity and transparency means that we aim to be open in all our dealings with stakeholders, including customers, suppliers and other partners, employees, investors and communities.

We proactively communicate and provide information on our targets, performance and market outlooks. This is essential to maintaining trust with both colleagues and external stakeholders.

We expect those with whom we work to be equally transparent. We have a third party due diligence program to ensure that we know who we are doing business with throughout our supply chain.

We are accountable for our actions and have a governance structure that clearly defines the allocation of responsibilities.

Our comprehensive Code of Conduct covers the topics we regard as most important for doing business ethically. It gives very clear guidance and examples so that employees and external parties know exactly what is expected of them.

In all joint venture arrangements, we require our partners to follow the Pentageni Code of Conduct or an agreed equivalent. For suppliers, we have a shorter version of the Code with the sections applicable to them. We require this Supplier Code of Conduct to be embedded throughout our supply chain to be sure that actions taken on our behalf are always carried out in accordance with the Pentageni Values.

Our Code of Conduct is supported by more detailed policies and procedures in key areas, including anti-corruption, personal data, insider trading and sanctions.

Our business units implement these policies and are responsible for supplementing them with local policies, procedures and guidance applicable to their specific business.

We set high expectations for our employees to follow our clear and transparent way of working and to live by our Code of Conduct. New employees are required to be trained on the Code of Conduct within their first month of employment.

We foster a working climate in which everyone can speak their mind. Every employee has the ability and the authority to question and challenge anything that doesn’t seem right.

We recognize that “gray areas” exist, in which the solutions are not clear. To increase awareness and enable better decisions in these real-life situations, all employees regularly discuss scenarios that present dilemmas.

All those inside and outside Pentageni are encouraged to speak with a Pentageni manager if they believe there is an ethical issue.

We investigate all ethics complaints and, where they are substantiated, ensure that appropriate consequences and follow up actions are implemented. Pentageni Group Headquarters and our business units all operate ethics committees to ensure ethics reports are dealt with in accordance with our procedures. Our local ethics committees and Ethics and Compliance Officers also work actively to drive ethics in their respective business units.

We do not tolerate negative consequences to anyone reporting a concern in good faith. A no retaliation policy is embedded in our Code of Conduct.

At Pentageni we are always working toward a corruption-free society.

We engage with organizations who are working to eliminate corruption and its effects on society from the business world.

Anti-Corruption is an important part of our Code of Conduct and our Supplier Code of Conduct as well.

We have a strong Anti-Corruption Policy which emphasizes the importance of Anti-Corruption and supports our employees in how to do business in a transparent way to avoid even the perception of a connection to corrupt practices.

In practical terms an ethics risk assessment with a large focus in identifying corruption red flags is carried out every other year in all Business Units. Where risks exist, mitigating measures are put in place. In the intervening years an assurance review to assess that the mitigating measures are working effectively is carried out.

The Pentageni considers environmental responsibility as a key factor in support of sustainability and closely connected to the ability of a business to create added and sustainable value. We recognize that climate change will have significant implications for the industries we serve. Together with our customers and industry partners, we use the principles of EnviroMetrics™ and the UN Sustainable Development Goals to help drive solutions for a lower carbon world. We are committed to being part of the solution, to reducing our own emissions intensity and protecting our people and assets from the physical impact of climate change.

We live in one world, which is why we are committed to being part of the solution for a lower-carbon world. We’ve worked hard to reduce our own emissions intensity and to ensure our people and assets are protected from the physical impact of climate change.

As well as making changes to the way we operate, we are working with our customers to plan their low carbon energy transition strategies, using the latest breakthrough technologies for emissions Management. We are also seeing more opportunities to blend energy solutions using renewable energy, to deliver on affordability, reliability and environmental expectations.

We are committed to supporting the communities in which we operate by drawing on our core competencies to address local social challenges.

As a project development and construction company engaging with numerous local stakeholders in our home markets on a daily basis, we can play a key role in strengthening the communities we work in.

Our approach to Community Investment aims to create shared value by ensuring mutual benefit for our communities and customers – as well as for Pentageni.

Dialogue and cooperation with various stakeholders, such as residents, organizations and municipalities, helps us identify and address the most important local challenges. By providing our skills and time, we can create both social and economic value wherever we work. This directly supports our purpose to build for a better society.

Focus Areas

We primarily work with our three Community Investment focus areas, which we have identified as the areas we can make the most significant positive contribution. They relate to our expertise and firmly ground our work in Pentageni's core business:

1.Employability

We create opportunities for diverse groups to enter the job market together with customers, subcontractors and strategic partners by providing skills, opportunities, and employment when possible.

2.Education

We support schools and other organizations by providing the younger generation with role models that inspire further study and promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) learning to encourage greater diversity in our sector.

3.Design for social impact

We help improve communities through design together with our customers, partners and local actors. We do this by improving neighborhoods around where we work and by using holistic design solutions on our projects.

SUSTAINABILITY

Pentageni's sustainability agenda consists of five focus areas and 18 goals that are linked to our values and to our core activities in Construction and Project Development operations. All of these areas relate to our core business and expertise, and are interconnected.

Our sustainibility goals are:


We aim to meet the Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN, which include affordable and clean energy, decent work and economic growth, industry innovation and infrastructure, sustainable cities and communities, and climate action through our work,

Our Sustainibility focus areas are:

1. Health and Safety
2. Ethics
3. Environment
4. Community Investment

Ultimately, our goal is to grow from being a leader in each area to being an industry leader and authority within sustainability as a whole. Our sustainability leadership is also a business advantage, contributing to delivering profit and creating shareholder value.

Construction remains one of the most hazardous industries in Pentageni's home markets, so we focus on eliminating risks by thoroughly training our people, comprehensively planning our projects and operating according to our industry-leading health and safety procedures and policies. Our culture of caring is also central to our goal of no one being injured on or around our workplaces.

We truly care for the health and safety of each and every person connected with our projects. Consequently, we strive to foster an environment in which everyone takes responsibility for their own health and safety, as well as the health and safety of those around them.

Health and Safety permeates all that we do. We consider health and safety when selecting projects and when choosing supply chain partners. When projects are being planned and designed, we look for ways to eliminate risks. Every day, nothing is more important than living our value of Care for Life.

Pentageni aims to be a world leader in health and safety and aspire to provide an injury free working environment in all of our workplaces every day. Our Care for Life value commits us to work safely or not at all and support health and wellbeing of our employees and contractors.

The Pentageni Safety Policy Statement commits us to challenging milestones on our way to an injury free workplace including:

• Leadership in Health and Safety
• Health and Safety Culture
• Proactive management and measurement
• Health and Safety Resources
• Being an agent for change in our home markets

A tool has been developed to support development of health and safety in the organization, the Pentageni Health and Safety Road Map. It is used to inspire and support management teams across Pentageni to meet their health and safety milestones. Work include annual reviews on performance and progress.

The Health and Safety Road Map focuses on six key areas of development:

1. Health and Safety Culture
2. Improving safety Competency through development and education programs
3. Improved Communication of health and safety issues throughout Pentageni
4. Developing, implementingand monitoring Controls
5. Engagement and supervision with our Contractors
6. Health and Well-being engagement

To facilitate greater commonality in performance across all Pentageni business units, sixteen Global Health and Safety Standards have been put in place, spanning from training to audits.

1. Introduction training for all employess

Studies show that people are more likely to have accidents when they are new to their work environment. That is why all new starts on Pentageni workplaces are required to receive a day one safety induction.

2. Incident management

Understanding the nature and causes of accidents, incidents and near misses at our workplaces is essential knowledge for preventing recurrence. Having processes and procedures that collect, collate and communicate causes and actions to prevent recurrence is a vital part of the safety management system.

3. Risk assessment

Identifying safety hazards and mitigating the risk is a key step to delivering an injury free workplace. This Pentageni standard stresses the use of safety briefings as a means to communicate the risks and controls.

4. Personal protective equipment

Personal protective equipment is the last line of defence in preventing injury and not the first option. In Pentageni managing the safety risk comes first.

5. Management of vehicles on site

Man – machine interface only has one winner. This standard focusses on planning and controlling the vehicles movements on the jobsite.

6. Overhead /underground services

Activities associated with working adjacent to overhead and underground services such as gas, water, electrical power lines, fuel pipelines, structures and other hazards requires detailed planning.

7. Electrical safety

Overhead and underground electrical services are a constant hazard for construction sites whether they be in urban or rural areas. Having strong procedures to manage the risk is essential to the safety working alongside high voltage power lines.

8. Working at height

In Pentageni we recognise that falls from height are responsible for more fatalities and serious injuries than any other category of accident in the construction industry worldwide. Therefore it is essential that whatever the height the risks of injury are controlled.

9. Temporary work structures

On Pentageni jobsites all temporary works of every kind that are required on site for the construction of the Permanent Works are covered by this safety standard including ;Falsework and formwork systems, supports for deep excavation and working platforms for heavy mobile equipment including cranes and piling rigs.

10. Excavation and trenching

In carrying out excavation and trenching activities ground conditions can vary, even in short distances. A small fall of earth is capable of inflicting serious or even fatal injuries. Design and installation of systems by qualified personnel is a key element of the standard.

11. Lifting operations

Lifting operations are an everyday activity on construction sites but they represent one of the highest risk activities. Lifting operations can be undertaken by a variety of equipment powered or manual including cranes, excavators, piling rigs, gantry cranes, forklift and telehandlers. On Pentageni jobsites all lifting is covered by this safety standard.

12. Confined spaces

Confined spaces are work environments that by their nature have restricted space and ventilation and are therefore at risk of fumes or fire. Controlling access egress and the work activities in these spaces is essential.

13. Fire prevention

Construction sites are at risk from fire particularly during the latter stages as more flammable materials are introduced to the building. Planning, control of activities and emergency response are ways to reduce potential accidents.

14. Fixed facilities

This standard provides a general approach to develop specific Fixed Facilities Safety Plan (FFSP) all types of fixed facilities in Pentageni.

15. Safe management of goods

For goods delivered from sellers to our worksites and fixed facilities requires a delivery plan, which covers all safety issues arising during the procurement stage, post award and the delivery at a Pentageni worksite. It is used in conjunction with guidance on “Safe Loading / Unloading of vehicles”.

16. Safety audit

This standard sets the minimum requirements to establish an internal safety audit process, in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the safety management system implemented and identify opportunities for improvement. Additional local legislation requirements must be complied with at all times.

We are committed to doing business with a high degree of integrity and transparency. Fundamental to living our value of Act Ethically and Transparently are our comprehensive ethics and compliance program, our Code of Conduct and Supplier Code of Conduct, and our empowered culture.

Pentageni’s value of Act Ethically and Transparently contains three key aspects that we are committed to following in all areas of our business:

• Doing business with a high degree of integrity and transparency
• Living by our Code of Conduct and never accepting shortcuts
• Fostering a working climate in which everyone can speak their mind

Doing business with a high degree of integrity and transparency means that we aim to be open in all our dealings with stakeholders, including customers, suppliers and other partners, employees, investors and communities.

We proactively communicate and provide information on our targets, performance and market outlooks. This is essential to maintaining trust with both colleagues and external stakeholders.

We expect those with whom we work to be equally transparent. We have a third party due diligence program to ensure that we know who we are doing business with throughout our supply chain.

We are accountable for our actions and have a governance structure that clearly defines the allocation of responsibilities.

Our comprehensive Code of Conduct covers the topics we regard as most important for doing business ethically. It gives very clear guidance and examples so that employees and external parties know exactly what is expected of them.

In all joint venture arrangements, we require our partners to follow the Pentageni Code of Conduct or an agreed equivalent. For suppliers, we have a shorter version of the Code with the sections applicable to them. We require this Supplier Code of Conduct to be embedded throughout our supply chain to be sure that actions taken on our behalf are always carried out in accordance with the Pentageni Values.

Our Code of Conduct is supported by more detailed policies and procedures in key areas, including anti-corruption, personal data, insider trading and sanctions.

Our business units implement these policies and are responsible for supplementing them with local policies, procedures and guidance applicable to their specific business.

We set high expectations for our employees to follow our clear and transparent way of working and to live by our Code of Conduct. New employees are required to be trained on the Code of Conduct within their first month of employment.

We foster a working climate in which everyone can speak their mind. Every employee has the ability and the authority to question and challenge anything that doesn’t seem right.

We recognize that “gray areas” exist, in which the solutions are not clear. To increase awareness and enable better decisions in these real-life situations, all employees regularly discuss scenarios that present dilemmas.

All those inside and outside Pentageni are encouraged to speak with a Pentageni manager if they believe there is an ethical issue.

We investigate all ethics complaints and, where they are substantiated, ensure that appropriate consequences and follow up actions are implemented. Pentageni Group Headquarters and our business units all operate ethics committees to ensure ethics reports are dealt with in accordance with our procedures. Our local ethics committees and Ethics and Compliance Officers also work actively to drive ethics in their respective business units.

We do not tolerate negative consequences to anyone reporting a concern in good faith. A no retaliation policy is embedded in our Code of Conduct.

At Pentageni we are always working toward a corruption-free society.

We engage with organizations who are working to eliminate corruption and its effects on society from the business world.

Anti-Corruption is an important part of our Code of Conduct and our Supplier Code of Conduct as well.

We have a strong Anti-Corruption Policy which emphasizes the importance of Anti-Corruption and supports our employees in how to do business in a transparent way to avoid even the perception of a connection to corrupt practices.

In practical terms an ethics risk assessment with a large focus in identifying corruption red flags is carried out every other year in all Business Units. Where risks exist, mitigating measures are put in place. In the intervening years an assurance review to assess that the mitigating measures are working effectively is carried out.

The Pentageni considers environmental responsibility as a key factor in support of sustainability and closely connected to the ability of a business to create added and sustainable value. We recognize that climate change will have significant implications for the industries we serve. Together with our customers and industry partners, we use the principles of EnviroMetrics™ and the UN Sustainable Development Goals to help drive solutions for a lower carbon world. We are committed to being part of the solution, to reducing our own emissions intensity and protecting our people and assets from the physical impact of climate change.

We live in one world, which is why we are committed to being part of the solution for a lower-carbon world. We’ve worked hard to reduce our own emissions intensity and to ensure our people and assets are protected from the physical impact of climate change.

As well as making changes to the way we operate, we are working with our customers to plan their low carbon energy transition strategies, using the latest breakthrough technologies for emissions Management. We are also seeing more opportunities to blend energy solutions using renewable energy, to deliver on affordability, reliability and environmental expectations.

We are committed to supporting the communities in which we operate by drawing on our core competencies to address local social challenges.

As a project development and construction company engaging with numerous local stakeholders in our home markets on a daily basis, we can play a key role in strengthening the communities we work in.

Our approach to Community Investment aims to create shared value by ensuring mutual benefit for our communities and customers – as well as for Pentageni.

Dialogue and cooperation with various stakeholders, such as residents, organizations and municipalities, helps us identify and address the most important local challenges. By providing our skills and time, we can create both social and economic value wherever we work. This directly supports our purpose to build for a better society.

Focus Areas

We primarily work with our three Community Investment focus areas, which we have identified as the areas we can make the most significant positive contribution. They relate to our expertise and firmly ground our work in Pentageni's core business:

1.Employability

We create opportunities for diverse groups to enter the job market together with customers, subcontractors and strategic partners by providing skills, opportunities, and employment when possible.

2.Education

We support schools and other organizations by providing the younger generation with role models that inspire further study and promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) learning to encourage greater diversity in our sector.

3.Design for social impact

We help improve communities through design together with our customers, partners and local actors. We do this by improving neighborhoods around where we work and by using holistic design solutions on our projects.

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Corporate Profile

Established in Ankara Turkey, Pentageni is an international contracting company which furnishes services on engineering; design; manufacturing; construction; erection; commissioning and conducts large scale heavy industry & industrial projects.

Working in global field, Pentageni, whose quality of services has been certified by various local & international awards and certificates, occupying a prominent place among the leading companies within the principle of maximum productivity and effectiveness.

Pentageni can provide different business models such as Turnkey Solutions, EPC, EPC-F, EPC-M, PPP and BOT for various projects in its scope of works to its clients.

Pentageni is in the business of supporting the process industry and understands the constraints that much of the industry must operate under. The staff of Pentageni strive to understand and become closely associated with your operation and work within the culture that exists on your site. To this end, we can work either within or outside your company's business structure, but we would also advise on the most appropriate management approach for each individual project.

The aim of Pentageni is to support you in you project, to the level that you require and which is most appropriate for the scale of the project. Mostly this is by means of supplying expert labour to design and manage the works that are requested. However, Pentageni will also coordinate other disciplines where required so that implementation is accurate, timely and operable to you standards.

Pentageni is not only an international contracting & construction company, but a group of dedicated professional and practical people that understand the process industry and its needs.

It is our commitment to provide the latest know-how and most modern technologies for the realization of the projects we undertake with the generation of best value and customer satisfaction.


Vision , Mission & Values

OUR MISSION

At Pentageni, it is our commitment to provide the latest know-how and most modern technologies for the realization of the projects we undertake with the generation of best value and customer satisfaction. As a part of this commitment, we believe that the quality of the works we provide would carry us amongst the most respected companies before our customers.

OUR VISION

Pentageni aims to be in the leader board with the services that it offers in the regions of its activities.

Our long term strategies to realize this aim are;

• Working with the latest technologies,
• Becoming a specialist of working in the challenging regions along with all other locations,
• Continuously improving our methods, the technologies we use and our performance,
• Using innovation to differentiate and gain competitiveness in our services,
• Forming strategic partnerships to enter into a wider area of services strongly and learn from this partnerships to always step further.

OUR VALUES

Safety as a priority: We give priority while conducting our business into a safe and sustainable way.
Pursuing excellence: We believe in the pursuit of excellence in everything we do.
Collaboration and teamwork: We believe we are better when we work together. We know that a company without its
solution partners and without its team is just an empty shell.
Continuous improvement and knowledge: We always strive to get better. We share our know-how, expertise and
ideas with each other. We are open and willing to learn from every person and entity. And we apply the lessons we learn.
Honesty, Integrity and transparency: We set the highest standard of corporate governance. We are open and honest
with each other, our partners and stakeholders. We are always transparent to our clients, solution partners and our industry members.
Commitment to environment: We understand our impact on the environment and we work towards a more sustainable industry.

OUR BRAND

Pentageni's success in becoming a leader in our home markets and the customer's first choice is to a great extent depending on the perception of Pentageni as a brand. Our aim is to be known and recognized for our strong values and dedication to creating shareholder value in a responsible way, while building for a better society. Today, Pentageni has a strong brand position and is recognized as an Industry leader in most of our home markets. Our brand is also strongly associated with our focus areas within Sustainability – Safety, Ethics, Green, Community Investment and Diversity and Inclusion.


As a multidiscipline EPC contractor, the complexity of our work also means that we rely on team work, where there are no ‘single-person’ jobs, but collaborative efforts. This value of unitedness helps us to create an environment where everyone feels connected, enabling a collective intelligence.

Pentageni is the sum of collective talent of its team.

The Board of Directors has 5 members, from our shareholders and in addition to a selection of experienced independent members who are experts in the industry. The Directors and the Board Committees provide disciplined oversight and guidance, and the management team leads, supervises and controls the Company with uncompromising integrity.

The Directors bring deep and wide-ranging experience of corporate governance, operations and maintenance, finance, business development and institution building. The management team's leadership skills are complemented by their academic and professional qualifications in the fields of administration, management, finance, engineering and contracting.

Aynur ŞIK
Chairperson
Kaan ERALP
Vice Chairman & CEO
John BURNS
Board Member
Erdal HANÇER
Board Member
Yalın ERALP
Board Member
Kaan ERALP
Vice Chairman & CEO
Global Managing Director
kaaneralp@pentageni.com
Dr.Oleg KOTKOV
Managing Director
Russia & CIS
olegkotkov@pentageni.com
Kiren WARAICH LLB Hons
Managing Director
Europe & UK
kirenwaraich@pentageni.com
Qingcheng HUANG 黄庆成
Managing Director
China
huangqingchen@pentageni.com
Jianying HE 何建英
Managing Director
East Asia & India
hejianying@pentageni.com
Aleksandra DRASKOVIC
Managing Director
East Europe & Balkans
aleksandradraskovic@pentageni.com
Vinza MUSONGOLE
Managing Director
East & South Africa
vinzamusongole@pentageni.com
Jean Paul NGUEGANG ,MBA,MSc,MCMI
Managing Director
Central & West Africa
jpnguegang@pentageni.com
Antonella SEPULVEDA
Managing Director
Latin America
antonellasepuvelda@pentageni.com
Sanzhar ZHAPAROV
Managing Director
Central Asia & Caucaus
sanzharzhaparov@pentageni.com

Areas Of Expertise

I.Energy production facilities

- Thermal power plants
- Natural gas cycle plants
- Flue gas treatment systems
- Geothermal power plants

II.Refineries and petrochemical plants

- Refineries
- CCR and hydrocracker plants
- Ammonia and urea plants
- Isomerization facilities

III. Industrial plants

- Iron & steel works
- Cement plants
- Chemical factories
- Integrated facilities
- Wood plants
- Tire factories
- Coal preparation and dewatering systems
- Long distance conveyor systems
- Air separation plants
- Pipelines
- Milling plants
- Fertilizer facilities
- Dust collection systems

IV. Civil works

- Airports
- Military facilities
- Cooling towers
- Roads and bridges
- Transportation projects
- Dams
- Ash dams
- Tunnels
- infrastructure works
- Ports
- Prefabricated plants
- Irrigation works
- Water Treatment & Desalination plants

Solution Partners

Stronger. Together.

For many years, we have been tirelessly and enthusiastically provided services for hundreds of clients across dozens of sectors, addressing all their electrical, mechanical, and construction related needs by partnering several reputable and reliable partners.

Our approach is based on long-term partnerships. We are proud of our partners with whom we strive to improve our solutions.

Our Technical performance and Know-how has increased to the maximum level, by making cooperations and conducting joint venture projects with international organizations.

Our experience on contracting, construction, installation, can fulfill all the desired services and requirements of large international collaborations and can be maintained easily in international competition.

We work together as partners with some of the international companies on providing bug-up solutions.

Heritage

The board and some associates of Pentageni advise on heritage matters related to engineering and contracting all over the territories we work. Staff sit on a number of heritage committees both in governments and the Engineers & Construction Institutions.

Though considered unimportant at present, heritage is fast becoming an issue just as environment was.

Many older structures, plant, factories and contemporary high tech equipment becomes of heritage value without the owner knowing.

Dealing with the related conservation issues associated with heritage works needs additional skills which Pentageni bring to a project.

Quality Policy

Pentageni Quality Management System has been established based on the principles of minimal bureaucracy and documentation which allows quick decision making and implementation. These features are achieved and successfully integrated into the quality management system by utilizing the on-site based management and process approach that includes;

• Understanding the current and future customer needs, meeting with customer requirements and striving to exceed client expectations.
• Leading to establish unity of purpose and directing to create and maintain the internal environment in which Pentageni employees can become fully involved in achieving the company objectives.
• Pentageni members, at all levels are the essence of organization and their full involvement enables the usage of their abilities for company’s quality achievement.
• Management of activities and related resources as a whole process to achieve the desired results more efficiently.
• Identifying, understanding and managing interrelated processes as a system which contributes to effectiveness and efficiency in achieving company quality objectives.
• Continuous improvement of overall performance as a permanent objective of Pentageni. Effective decisions based on the analysis of data and information and mutually beneficial relationships with suppliers to create value.

Within this framework Pentageni engages in activities on the basis of our Quality Management and Health and Safety Management systems in accordance with international standards. As one of the significant indicators of the fact our companies has received all of the related international certificates required in the scope of businesses such as IS0:9001, IS0:14001, OHSAS:18001, ISO:3834- 2, TRD201, D1N18880, D1N-EN729-2 and local standardization certificates.

For More information Please Contact quality@pentageni.com

Services

At a Glance

At Pentageni, we can supply a variety of services to provide effective solutions for technologically demanding projects that require specialized know-how with our dynamic organization, experienced workforce and proven expertise.

We provide customized services for our clients for their projects of our Areas of Expertise, either for Greenfield & Brownfield projects, or the plant is established and producing product, or modified to compete in this ever demanding and competitive market.

We are proud to furnish our customers various types of services include:

• Project Development
• Project Feasibility & Cost Estimating & Studies
• Design & Engineering
• Project Planning, Programming & Project Management
• Project Approvals
• Procuring Plant and Machiner
• Manufacturing
• Construction, Installation & Installation Management
• Commissioning and Startup
• Plant Modifications & Rehabilitation
• Operation & Maintenance
• Financial Services

DESIGN & ENGINEERING

Through our past experiences we carry out basic and detailed engineering for various disciplines fin the areas of our expertise:

• Process
• Piping
• Mechanical
• Electrical
• Civil
• Structural
• Architectural
• Instrumentation and Control

We act as Client’s / Investor’s Engineer to provide the following services at the very early stages of an investment:

• Feasibility and optimization studies
• Cost comparison studies
• Preparation of technical specifications for Invitation to Bid (ITB)
• Preparation of Front End Engineering Design package for ITB
• Preparation of Bid Evaluation Report

Our prime objective in activities is the SAFETY. Therefore we adopt inherent safety approach to ensure that the project would be implemented safely and to ensure the plant operability and safe maintenance. The concept of inherent safety is that through safety reviews identify hazards in design and attempts to select design solutions that reduce these, such that plant and process designs, as far as practicable, are by their nature safe to operate. These reviews and studies include Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP), Safety Integrity Level (SIL), Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).

PROCESS DESIGN & SCHEMATICS

We assist our clients in establishing the process design for his new or modified plant in order that the process is sustainable, economic and a producer of quality product. Careful consideration of safety, fire, energy and manufacturability will all be part of the design process to give the client the optimum solution. Finally, we can produce the schematic diagrams or P&IDs. It is essential to ensure that a plant is operable and safe to work in. Plant schematics are an important requirement in undertaking any safety or HAZOP study to determine and minimize any risks or operating issues.

SAFETY & OPERABILITY STUDIES

A key element in designing and constructing any process plant is to ensure it works and is safe to work in. The plant must be efficient and capable of producing consistent and quality product with minimum reject, waste and power use. The plant must also meet current social standards in safety and environmental risk. Our organization fully endorses these basic concepts and encourages the client to undertake the appropriate research and studies to ensure that when the project is finished the clients risk profile is minimal.

SERVICES, UTILITIES AND SYSTEMS DESIGN

We design and specify all services and utilities required for clients investments including;

• Dust Extraction
• Compressed Air
• Fire & Heating Process Systems
• Cooling Water Systems
• Town water supply
• Waste removal and/or destruction
• Materials handling where required
• Heat & boiler plants

FOUNDATION AND BUILDING DESIGN & COORDINATION

Many projects require new concrete foundations and building extensions to house the new plant. We coordinate and arrange for the design of any new building and any specific foundations as well as arrange approvals from the Local Council and other government authorities.

DUST AND WASTE SYSTEM DESIGN

Often plants are hindered from achieving maximum production because the waste systems cannot cope with the demand that is placed upon them. Waste systems also need careful consideration when planning a new facility because at the end of the day you’re only wasting your profits.

We have had a great deal of experience in waste systems with many of the systems feeding energy plants for useful recovery of the material. We can assist you to achieve the optimum plant in what can prove to be an expensive exercise if not managed and designed correctly.

ENERGY PLANT DESIGN

Often a process plant consumes vast amounts of heat to perform some important process operation. Sometimes this heat is obtained from burning waste and other combustibles. In burning these materials, environmental aspects need to be carefully considered as part of the final solution.

We have had vast experience in this area and can assist the client in the design and selection of energy plants for dryers, heating systems and boilers, firing by various means such as coal, solid timber, dust, gas, and oil.

ENERGY AND MASS BALANCE STUDIES

An important aspect in designing new or altering any process is to achieve balance in the raw materials, products, waste and energy. Without this balance the plant will either not work or go financially broke. We assist our client in measuring and establishing what the material and energy balance ‘is’ and what it ‘should be’ in his/her operation. With this knowledge our clients can achieve that competitive edge in this demanding industry.

PROJECT APPROVALS

Any project today will require approval from numerous government bodies and authorities. We assist our clients in establishing documentation required for these approvals and assisting in the following negotiations. Our aim is to get your project approved to meet the market goals.

PROCESS TECHNOLOGY, INSTRUMENTATION AND EQUIPMENT DESIGN

The following services are provided:

• FEED Development
• Process Flow Diagram (PFD) and Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) preparation
• Plant Layout and Equipment Layout

PLANT LAYOUT

We provide layout and draw client’s plant so that it will meet needs for efficient operation into the today and into the future.

We operate CAD systems that can quickly modify the layout so that all possible options can be considered. We also arrange an “operational flow“ study to be carried out if desired.

• Equipment Data Sheets & Specifications
• Operation and Maintenance Manuals
• Commissioning and Start Up Supervision

In overall our aim for a design is that, as far as practicable, inherently safe through application of hazard/environmental identification and preferential engineering. Inherently Safe Design approach aims to:

• Eliminate hazards through the design
• Reduce potential consequences
• Simplify control and equipment design to minimize requirements for intervention and maintenance

We carry out Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) in the selection of solutions to reduce risk as long as reasonably practicable (ALARP) in order to:

• Identify primary risk drivers so that the risk reduction and mitigation activities can be focused • Asses the cost effectiveness of risk reducing measures, as part of the Cost Benefit Analysis • Assist with final decision making with respect to design options • Provide basis for further design optimization to reach risk levels regarded as ALARP

PROCUREMENT SERVICES

We believe good procurement practices prevent schedule delays and negative budget events. We develop a project procurement plan based on individual project needs and then follow it throughout the project. Our experienced team has strong working relationships with many equipment vendors commonly used in the industry but maintains a vendor neutral approach to deliver the ideal solution for each project.

Procurement Services

Far too often, installation and operating costs are driven up because machinery is ordered without adequately specifying what the client requires. We also arrange for shipment and customs to meet the project schedule. We adopt a systematic procurement management system in our major projects by preparing and implementing a comprehensive procurement program to supply equipment, materials and services for the project. The procurement plan is based on an approach to achieve optimum project objectives in terms of safety, schedule, cost, technical and commercial compliance as well as local participation initiatives.

Our procurement procedure ensures strict adherence to quality standards, national and international requirements of legislations, safety, health and environmental issues. Our experienced personnel at diverse locations ensure on time delivery of project equipment and material.

MANUFACTURING SERVICES

With our high of experience and fabrication shops with an aggregated annual capacity, we provide welded fabrication, machining, modularization services to the leading customers of Cement, Construction, Power, Oil, Gas & Chemicals industries; integrated facilities and Industrial facilities.

We fabricate;

Heavy Steel Construction Fabrications
HRSG Boiler Fabrications
All kinds of factory buildings and industrial plants
Warehouses, hangars, workshop buildings
Railroad and highway bridges
Bridge cranes and port cranes
Antenna towers
Conveyor bridges
Railroad wagons
Storage tanks, bins and bunkers
Containers
Truck bodies, trailer frames
Conveyors and feeders, bucket elevators
Drying mills, furnace mills, coal mills
Mixers, separators, cyclones
Forced pipes, dam gates, valves
Molds, conduit spirals, fans
Dust collection systems
Rotary furnace casings
Hatch covers for ships
LPG Tanks
Shafts
Pressure vessels
Heat recovery steam generators
Combustion casings
Steel structures
Steel bridges
Oil and chemical tankers
Floating platforms
Piping systems
Process skids and modules
Turbine auxiliary systems
SVC and MV Harmonic Filter Systems
MV LV Energy Monitoring Systems
High Voltage Distribution Systems
Medium Voltage Distributional Systems
Low Voltage Distribution Systems
DC Drive Panels
Sivacon Panels
Precast Concrete Elements

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Coordination and timing are key aspects of getting plant up and operational in this competitive world. At Pentageni we manage the project and coordinate the construction and installation activities to get your plant built on time. In large scale construction projects, we provide Project Management services acting as the Executive Project Manager on behalf of our Clients. Project management service includes the preparation of a detailed Project Management Plan (PMP) and implementing this plan through the life cycle of the project.

Our PMP typically includes:

• Project Summary
• Scope Definition and Work Breakdown including planning and scheduling
• Project Organization including communication procedures, contractual relationships and resource management
• Project Delivery Processes for inception, feasibility, outline design, scheme design, detail design, mobilization, construction, commissioning and handover
• Regulatory Processes including health & safety, environmental & sustainability, town planning and client specific third party approvals
• Project Management Processes for resource management, project scheduling & control, cost modeling & planning, forecasts, data transfer methods and formats, risk assessment & quality management, procurement, subcontractor & supplier management, project closure, performance measurement & key performance indicators and dispute resolution

We realize that one of the key factors of a successful completion of a complex project is the Interface Management. At the commencement of a complex project if required by the Client an Interface Management Plan will be developed and maintained in order to establish processes to identify and efficiently manage interfaces and coordinate activities.

We utilize an advance 3-D modeling systems for the design optimization and interface management for:

• Design Review
• Collision Checks and Interface Management
• Equipment arrangement and space allocations
• Material Management

We are driven by the motto: “Your investment is our investment”

CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

Across many of our sectors we deliver excellence in construction and construction management for our customers, enhancing the quality and value of construction projects.

The success in construction depends on the quality of materials, construction practices, and the level of care and quality control in the construction process. We are directed at enhancing the quality and value of construction projects.

We provide dependable construction services, our approach to providing 'World skills at your doorstep' allow our clients to benefit from a complete lifecycle of services less than one roof.

Our construction professionals focus on providing leading practices for project management, construction techniques, subcontractor management, health & safety, quality assurance and quality control, and other issues affecting construction projects. We provide front-end regulatory and design consulting as well as constructing.

One of the key elements of successful implementation of a project is the professional supervision of the construction activities. To this end if requested by our Client, we provide:

• Construction Management
• Construction Supervision
• Planning and Cost Control
• QA/QC
• HSE instead of our EPC services.

We will participate in constructability, maintainability an operability reviews with the construction team in advance of construction to allow time for implementation of any specific design considerations. These reviews will focus on safety, schedule, cost and design implications affecting construction.

We assign engineering personnel to site during the complete construction and commissioning stage in order to support the construction team on day to day problems and resolve the problems at the construction site.

We Build the Future…Together.

COMMISSIONING SERVICES

This is probably the most important activity if a project is to be successful. Far too often startup can take too long and cost far more than what was originally anticipated.

Commissioning is performed before commercial operation and after mechanical completion of the plant. It aims to ascertain and verify that all constructed plant equipment and facility will operate in accordance with the design and project specifications.

We believe that delivering successful commissioning is a critical part to our business; it leads to smooth and uninterrupted plant start-up and delivers value to our customers at the final stage of every project.

We apply CTSU programs which are established based on the concept of quality control to ensure the integrity and quality of procured and constructed facility. We have developed a reliable process and deep knowledge for trouble-shooting during commissioning and start-up.

There are various styles of relationship to commissioning depend on contract scheme of each project. Commissioning period is also timing of training of customer operators, there is high emotion when plant start up successfully with all related parties.

We produce and compile any documentation required to keep the plant maintained and operational into the future.

REHABILITATION SERVICES

It is very difficult to apply the EPC philosophy on a rehabilitation project for the following reasons:

• On rehabilitation projects, the existing configuration/situation has always to be taken into account. During the bidding stage, the Employer usually informs the bidders about the existing situation. He does this by providing the as built drawings and a condition assessment report. Each bidder cannot collect that information himself. This would suppose stopping the equipment, dismantling certain parts and even go beyond a visible inspection. Thus, the Employer has to take the responsibility for the large quantity of information he has provided. We are not in a situation of a limited quantity of “reliance data”.

• The Employer/Owner has operated the project for many years. The Employer’s operators and maintenance staff have quite precise ideas of what they expect from the rehabilitated project. They transform their expectations in a detailed specification included in the RfQ. We do not have a case of merely functional specifications.

• The Tender needs to have a clear scope of works for a competitive bidding process. Invariably, during the execution of a rehabilitation project, new issues arise. Let us look at the example of the rehabilitation of a power plant. The shaft of the rotating machine was expected to be in good conditions. But, after dismantling and ultrasonic examination, cracks are observed and the shaft needs to be replaced. Expecting that Contractors will rehabilitate unforeseen equipment without any compensation is a recipe for a failed project. It will lead to dispute, quality shortcuts etc. with a partially dismantled power plant… The loss of production will be much more than the rehabilitation contract.

• Presence of hazardous materials / health & safety risks: the Employer – the project Owner – sometimes tries to transfer all responsibility for hazardous materials, such as asbestos, to a general Contractor. But this situation is very complicated. As a project owner, the Employer has a duty to take care of, or otherwise indemnify, persons exposed to hazardous materials in his property. He can however engage specialist contractors to remove the asbestos. He should do this in a very intentional and conscious way.

However at Pentageni, by working shoulder to shoulder with our clients and treating their investments as our own, we are delivering the EPC optimization procedures into the Rehabilitation Works and implementing tailor made programming fort he rehabilitation works

MODIFICATION SERVICES

To be cost effective in the power generation and processing industry, tight economy is often called for, and this requires producers to modify their existing plants to either:

• Produce New Products
• To Vary the Quality or Range of Products or
• To Make More Product
• To establish a safer working environment

Modification of existing plant is really only another project, but with tighter demands on schedule, startup and producing good product quickly.

We have had a number of years of experience in modifying plants and getting them operational as quick as possible.

Divisions

Five Divisions | One Mission

Our Five-in-One structure and “All Under One Roof” self-performing capabilities guarantee high-touch client service. The result is Quality, Efficiency and Value from design, implementation and beyond – maximizing the lifetime value of services, facilities and equipment.

PentaGenious

Pentageni’s five divisions work both independently or collectively and our broad capabilities allow us to deliver customized solutions at reduced cost and increased efficiency to our clients. We name it “PentaGenious.”

All Under One Roof

We are a self-performing, multi-discipline enterprise. By this approach we provide a single design, engineering, management, labor and funding resource. In turn, our clients receive nimble, top-level collaboration and flexibility at every stage of every project.

Facilities

Diversified Facilities. Unvarying quality.

We perform and conduct its scope of our manufacturing works in different facilities according to types of manufacturing requirements.

Our comprehensive ranges of manufacturing services together with sophisticated approach of our staff in accordance with the technical standards enable us to execute manufacturing process in order.

We oversee each manufacturing in different facilities through fabrication experts appointed specially for the scope of work.

We offers products, solutions and pre-manufactured works from its facilities to all industries. Empowered by this diversified company formation; we continue to develop itself by implementing the newest technologies and following technical trends.As a key matter to enhance customer satisfaction, we create development and management strategies on the basis of continuous self-improvement of company.

For Inquiries Please Contact manufacturing@pentageni.com

Investment

A Wealth of Opportunities

We can offer funding solutions to clients as Debt, Mezzanine Financing Preferred Convertible Share and Equity Partnership for new and existing projects & ventures of its areas of interest, through its investment partners and also through financing institutions and consessional organizations its working together.

Our investment capabilities varies on several industries including but not limited to wind, solar, river hydro, and heat and cold thermal storage, and also energy efficiency and storage projects Our funding solutions ranges from development to operational stage and from small size to mega projects.

Through our financing & investment partners, we serve our clients to find the right funding solution in their projects.

  • 146.000 sqm.
    Closed Manufacturing Area
  • 8
    Facilities
  • 30+
    Countries We Operate
  • 3000+
    Employees
  • 12
    Natinolities
  • 98
    Countries We Export

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Privacy & Cookies Policy

Last updated: Jan 24, 2020

Introduction

Pentageni Global is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We are a corporation established in the Republic of Turkey with a registered office at Ankara Turkey. This Privacy Policy describes our practices in connection with information that we collect through websites operated by us from which you are accessing this Privacy Policy (the “Websites”), through the software applications made available by us for use on or through computers and mobile devices (the “Apps”), through our social media pages listed below:

https://twitter.com/PentageniGlobal
https://www.instagram.com/PentageniGlobal/
https://www.linkedin.com/company/Pentageni/

(collectively, our “Social Media Pages”) as well as through HTML-formatted email messages that we send to you that link to this Privacy Policy (collectively, including the Websites, the Apps and our Social Media Pages, the “Services”). What types of personal data do we collect?

“Personal Data” are data that identify you as an individual or relate to an identifiable individual, including:

• Name
• Postal address (including billing and shipping addresses)
• Telephone number
• Email address
• Social media account ID

How do we collect Personal Data?

We and our service providers collect Personal Data in a variety of ways, including:

• Through the Services

- We collect Personal Data through the Services, for example, when you sign up for a newsletter, or register an account to access the Services.

• Offline

- We collect Personal Data from you offline, e.g., attend one of our trade shows, or correspond with us by phone or otherwise.

• From Other Sources

- We receive your Personal Data from other sources, for example:

o publically available databases
o joint marketing partners, when they share the information with us;

- If you connect your social media account to your Services account, you will share certain Personal Data from your social media account with us, for example, your name, email address, photo, list of social media contacts, and any other information that may be or you make accessible to us when you connect your social media account to your Services account.

We need to collect Personal Data in order to provide the requested Services to you. If you do not provide the information requested, we may not be able to provide the Services.

If you disclose any Personal Data relating to other people to us or to our service providers in connection with the Services, you represent that you have the authority to do so and to permit us to use the information in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

How do we use your Personal Data?

We and our service providers use Personal Data for legitimate business purposes including:

• Providing the functionality of the Services and fulfilling your requests.

- To provide the Services’ functionality to you, such as arranging access to your registered account, and providing you with related customer service.
- To respond to your inquiries and fulfil your requests, when you contact us via one of our online contact forms or otherwise, for example, when you send us questions, suggestions, compliments or complaints, or when you request a quote for or other information about our Services.
- To send administrative information to you, such as changes to our terms, conditions and policies.
We will engage in these activities to manage our contractual relationship with you and/or to comply with a legal obligation.

• Providing you with our newsletter and/or other marketing materials and facilitating social sharing.

- To send you investor-related notifications and marketing related emails, with information about our services, new products and other news about our company.
- To facilitate social sharing functionality that you choose to use.
We will engage in this activity with your consent.

• Analysis of Personal Data for business reporting and providing personalized services.

- To measure and understand the effectiveness of the content we serve to you and others and to analyse or predict our users’ preferences in order to prepare aggregated trend reports on how our digital content is used, so we can improve our Services.
- To better understand you, so that we can personalize our interactions with you and provide you with information and/or offers tailored to your interests.
- To ensure content from the Services is presented in the most effective manner for you and your device.
- To better understand your preferences so that we can deliver content via our Services that we believe will be relevant and interesting to you.
We will provide personalized services either with your consent or because we have a legitimate interest.

• Allowing you to participate in internal competitions.

- We may offer you the opportunity to participate in internal competitions.
- Some of these competitions have additional rules containing information about how we will use and disclose your Personal Data.
We use this information either with your consent or to manage our contractual relationship with you.

• Aggregating and/or anonymizing Personal Data .

- We may aggregate and/or anonymize Personal Data, so that they will no longer be considered Personal Data.
We do so to generate other data for our use, which we may use and disclose for any purpose.
We will engage in this activity because we have a legitimate interest.

• Accomplishing our business purposes.

- For data analysis, for example, to improve the efficiency of our Services;
- For audits, to verify that our internal processes function as intended and are compliant with legal, regulatory or contractual requirements;
- For fraud and security monitoring purposes, for example, to detect and prevent cyberattacks or attempts to commit identity theft;
- For developing new products and services;
- For enhancing, improving, or modifying our current products and services;
- For identifying usage trends, for example, understanding which parts of our Services are of most interest to users;
- For determining the effectiveness of our promotional campaigns, so that we can adapt our campaigns to the needs and interests of our users; and
- For operating and expanding our business activities, for example, understanding which parts of our Services are of most interest to our users so we can focus our energies on meeting our users’ interests;
We engage in these activities to manage our contractual relationship with you, to comply with a legal obligation, and/or because we have a legitimate interest.

Do we use cookies?

We use cookies to enhance your experience using the Website. Cookies are small files which, when placed on your device, enable us to provide certain features and functionality. For more information about cookies, please refer to our Cookie policy

How do we share your Personal Data?

We disclose your Personal Data:

• To our affiliates for the purposes described in this Privacy Policy.

- You can consult the list and location of our affiliates by contacting us via Privacy@Pentageni.com
- Pentageni Global is the party responsible for the management of the jointly-used Personal Data.

• To our third party service providers, to facilitate services they provide to us.

- These can include providers of services such as website hosting, data analysis, information technology and related infrastructure provision, customer service, email delivery, auditing, and other services.

• By using the Services, you may elect to disclose Personal Data

- On message boards, chat, profile pages, blogs and other services to which you are able to post information and content (including, without limitation, our Social Media Pages). Please note that any information you post or disclose through these services will become public and may be available to other users and the general public.
- Through your social sharing activity. When you connect your Services account with your social media account, you will share information with your friends associated with your social media account, with other users, and with your social media account provider. By doing so, you authorize us to facilitate this sharing of information, and you understand that the use of shared information will be governed by the social media provider’s privacy policy.

Other Uses and Disclosures

We also use and disclose your Personal Data as necessary or appropriate, especially when we have a legal obligation or legitimate interest to do so:

• To comply with applicable law.

- This can include laws outside your country of residence.

• To respond to requests from public and government authorities.

- These can include authorities outside your country of residence.

• To cooperate with law enforcement.

- For example, when we respond to law enforcement requests and orders.

• For other legal reasons.

- To enforce our terms and conditions; and
- To protect our rights, privacy, safety or property, and/or that of our affiliates, you or others.

• In connection with a sale or business transaction.

- We have a legitimate interest in disclosing or transferring your Personal Data to a third party in the event of any reorganization, merger, sale, joint venture, assignment, transfer or other disposition of all or any portion of our business, assets or stock (including in connection with any bankruptcy or similar proceedings) Such third parties may include, for example, an acquiring entity and its advisors.

Where do we store your Personal Data?

Your Personal Data may be stored and processed in any country where we have facilities or in which we engage service providers, and by using the Services you understand that your data will be transferred to countries outside of your country of residence, which may have data protection rules that are different from those of your country. In certain circumstances, courts, law enforcement agencies, regulatory agencies or security authorities in those other countries may be entitled to access your Personal Data.

The security of your Personal Data

Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure. Although we will do our best to protect your Personal Data, we cannot guarantee the security of your information transmitted through the Website; any transmission is at your own risk. If you have reason to believe that your interaction with us is no longer secure, please immediately notify us in accordance with the “Contact” section below.

How long do we store your Personal Data?

We will retain Personal Data for as long as needed or permitted in light of the purpose(s) for which they were obtained and consistent with applicable law.

The criteria used to determine our retention periods include:

· The length of time we have an ongoing relationship with you and provide the Services to you (for example, for as long as you have an account with us or keep using the Services);

· Whether there is a legal obligation to which we are subject (for example, certain laws require us to keep records of your transactions for a certain period of time before we can delete them); or

· Whether retention is advisable in light of our legal position (such as in regard to applicable statutes of limitations, litigation or regulatory investigations).

What are my rights about my Personal Data?

Your choices regarding our use and disclosure of your Personal Data We give you choices regarding our use and disclosure of your Personal Data for marketing purposes. You may opt-out from:

• Receiving electronic communications from us: If you no longer want to receive investor-related or marketing-related emails from us on a going-forward basis, you may opt-out by contacting us at: Privacy@Pentageni.com.

• Our sharing of your Personal Data with affiliates for their direct marketing purposes: If you would prefer that we discontinue sharing your Personal Data on a going-forward basis with our affiliates for their direct marketing purposes, you may opt-out of this sharing by contacting us at: Privacy@Pentageni.com.

• Our sharing of your Personal Data with unaffiliated third parties for their direct marketing purposes: If you would prefer that we discontinue sharing your Personal Data on a going-forward basis with unaffiliated third parties for their direct marketing purposes, you may opt-out of this sharing by contacting us at: Privacy@Pentageni.com.

We will try to comply with your request(s) as soon as reasonably practicable. Please note that if you opt-out of receiving marketing-related emails from us, we may still send you important administrative messages, from which you cannot opt-out.

How you can access, change or delete your Personal Data

If you would like to request to review, correct, update, suppress, restrict or delete Personal Data that you have previously provided to us, or if you would like to request to receive an electronic copy of your Personal Data for purposes of transmitting them to another company (to the extent this right to data portability is provided to you by applicable law), you may contact us at: Privacy@Pentageni.com. We will respond to your request consistent with applicable law.

In your request, please make clear what Personal Data you would like to have changed, whether you would like to have your Personal Data suppressed from our database or otherwise let us know what limitations you would like to put on our use of your Personal Data. For your protection, we may only implement requests with respect to the Personal Data associated with the particular email address that you use to send us your request, and we may need to verify your identity before implementing your request. We will try to comply with your request as soon as reasonably practicable. Please note that we may need to retain certain information for recordkeeping purposes.

Questions and complaints

In the event that you have a question about how we process your Personal Data or wish to make a complaint, please contact us in the first instance at Privacy@Pentageni.com and we will endeavour to deal with your request as soon as possible.

What if I am applying for a job at Pentageni?

If you are applying for a job at Pentageni, our Applicant Privacy Notice applies.

What about privacy on other sites?

This Privacy Policy does not address, and we are not responsible for, the privacy, information or other practices of any third parties, including any third party operating any website or service to which the Services link. The inclusion of a link on the Services does not imply endorsement of the linked site or service by us or by our affiliates.

In addition, we are not responsible for the information collection, use, disclosure or security policies or practices of other organizations, such as Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, any other app developer, app provider, social media platform provider, operating system provider, wireless service provider or device manufacturer, including with respect to any Personal Data you disclose to other organizations through or in connection with the Apps or our Social Media Pages.

Use of Services by minors

The Services are not directed to individuals under the age of sixteen (16), and we do not knowingly collect Personal Data from individuals under 16.

Sensitive information

We ask that you not send us, and you not disclose, any sensitive Personal Data (e.g., social security numbers, information related to racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religion or other beliefs, health, biometrics or genetic characteristics, criminal background or trade union membership) on or through the Services or otherwise to us.

Changes

The “LAST UPDATED” legend at the top of this Privacy Policy indicates when this Privacy Policy was last revised. Any changes will become effective when we post the revised Privacy Policy on the Services.

Contact

Pentageni Global, located at Ankara Turkey, is the company responsible for collection, use and disclosure of your Personal Data under this Privacy Policy. If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at Privacy@Pentageni.com.

Because email communications are not always secure, please do not include credit card or other sensitive information in your emails to us.

Pentageni - Cookies policy

Last updated: Jan 20, 2020

We use cookies, pixel tags, web beacons, mobile device IDs and similar files or technologies to collect and store the information we automatically collect about your computer, device, and use of http://www.Pentageni.com (the “Website”). You can find out more about cookies and how to control them in the information below.

If you do not accept the use of these cookies, please disable them using the instructions in this cookies policy, by following the 'opt-out' links provided below or by changing your browser settings so that cookies from the Website cannot be placed on your computer or mobile device.

1. What is a cookie?

Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit a certain webpage. Cookies are then sent back to the originating webpage on each subsequent visit, or to another webpage that recognizes that cookie. Cookies are widely used in order to make the Website work, or to work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the Website.

Cookies do lots of different jobs, like letting you navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences, and generally improving the user experience. Cookies may tell us, for example, whether you have visited the Website before or whether you are a new visitor. They can also help to ensure that adverts you see online are more relevant to you and your interests.

There are two broad categories of cookies:

• First party cookies, served directly by us to your computer or mobile device.

• Third party cookies, which are served by a third party on our behalf. We use third party cookies for functionality, performance / analytics, advertising and social media purposes.

Cookies can remain on your computer or mobile device for different periods of time. Some cookies are 'session cookies', meaning that they exist only while your browser is open. These are deleted automatically once you close your browser. Other cookies are 'permanent cookies', meaning that they survive after your browser is closed. They can be used by the Website to recognize your computer when you open your browser and browse the internet again.

2. How do we use cookies?

We use cookies to:

· track traffic flow and patterns of travel in connection with the Website;
· understand the total number of visitors to our Website on an ongoing basis and the types of internet browsers (e.g. Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer) and operating systems (e.g. Windows or Mac OS) used by our visitors;
· monitor the performance of the Website and to continually improve it;
· customize and enhance your online experience; and
· enable us and third parties to advertise both on and off this Website.

3. What types of cookies do we use?

The types of cookies used by us and our partners in connection with the Website can be classified into one of five categories, namely 'essential Website cookies', 'functionality cookies', 'analytics and performance cookies', 'advertising cookies', and ' social media cookies'. We've set out some further information about each category, and the purposes of the cookies we and third parties set in the following table.

To find out more information about how to block any of these cookies, please see the instructions set out in 'How to control or delete cookies' below.

Cookies necessary for essential Website purposes

These cookies are essential to provide you with the Website and any services available through this Website and to use some of its features, such as access to secure areas.

Functionality Cookies

Functionality cookies record information about choices you've made and allow us to tailor the Website to you. These cookies mean that when you continue to use or come back to the Website, we can provide you with our services as you have asked for them to be provided. For example, these cookies allow us to:

• Save your language preference
· Remember settings you have applied, such as layout, text size, preferences, and colours;
• Store accessibility options.

Performance / Analytics Cookies

We use performance/analytics cookies to analyze how the Website is accessed, used, or is performing in order to provide you with a better user experience and to maintain, operate and continually improve the Website. For example, these cookies allow us to:

· Better understand our Website visitors so that we can improve how we present our content;
· Test different design ideas for particular pages, such as our homepage;
· Collect information about Website visitors such as where they are located and what browsers they are using;
· Determine the number of unique users of the Website;
· Improve the Website by measuring any errors that occur; and
· Conduct research and diagnostics to improve product offerings.

Social Media Cookies

On some pages of our Website, third parties that provide applications through our Website may set their own anonymous cookies in order to track the success of their applications or customize applications for you. For example, when you share an article using a social media sharing button on our Website (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, or Google Plus), the social network that has created the button will record that you have done this. Because of how cookies work, we cannot access these cookies, nor can the third parties access the data in cookies used by us. Some pages of our Website may also contain embedded content, such as video content from YouTube, and these sites may set their own cookies.

Other technologies used

Google Analytics. We use Google Analytics, which uses cookies and similar technologies to collect and analyze information about use of the Services and report on activities and trends. This service may also collect information regarding the use of other websites, apps and online resources. You can learn about Google’s practices by going to www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/ , and opt out of them by downloading the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on, available at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout .

4. How to control or delete cookies

You have the right to choose whether or not to accept cookies and we have explained how you can exercise this right.

However, please note that if you choose to refuse cookies you may not be able to use the full functionality of our Website.

Most browsers allow you to change your cookie settings. These settings will typically be found in the “options” or “preferences” menu of your browser. In order to understand these settings, the following links may be helpful, otherwise you should use the “Help” option in your browser for more details.

• Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
• Cookie settings in Firefox
• Cookie settings in Chrome
• Cookie settings in Safari web and iOS.

5. Changes to this Cookie Policy

We will occasionally update this Cookie Policy to reflect changes in our practices and services. When we post changes to this Cookie Policy, we will revise the "Last Updated" date at the top of this Cookie Policy. If we make any material changes in the way we collect, use, and/or share information held in cookies, we will notify you by prominently posting notice of the changes on the Website. We recommend that you check this page from time to time to inform yourself of any changes in this Cookie Policy or any of our other policies.

6. Need more information?

If you would like to find out more about cookies and their use on the Internet, you may find the following links useful:

• All About Cookies

7. Cookies that have been set in the past

If you have disabled one or more Cookies, we may still use information collected from cookies prior to your disabled preference being set, however, we will stop using the disabled cookie to collect any further information.

8. Contact us

If you have any questions or comments about this cookies policy, or privacy matters generally, please contact us via email Privacy@Pentageni.com

Legal Notice

Last updated: Jan. 23, 2020

Your relationship with us

Welcome to the Pentageni Global Website (the “Website”).

We are a corporation established in the Republic of Turkey with a registered office at Ankara Turkey.

You are reading the terms of use which govern the relationship and serve as an agreement between you and Pentageni (“Pentageni,” “we” or “us”) for your use of our Website (the “Terms”).
These Terms do not seek to deal with the supply of goods or services from us to you.

The Terms form a legally binding agreement between you and us. Please take the time to read them carefully.

Accepting the Terms

By using our Website, you confirm that you accept these Terms and that you agree to comply with them. If you do not agree to these Terms, you must not use our Website. You understand and agree that we will treat your use of the Website as acceptance of the Terms from that point onwards.
You should print or save a local copy of the Terms for your records.

Changes to the Terms

We amend these Terms from time to time, for instance when we update the functionality of our Website or when there are regulatory changes. You must look at the Terms regularly to check for such changes. Your continued use of the Website after the date of the new Terms constitutes your acceptance of the new Terms. If you do not agree to the new Terms, you must stop using the Website.

Your use of our Website

Your use of our Website is subject to these Terms and all applicable laws and regulations. You may not:

• modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, disassemble, decompile or create any derivative works based on our Website, including any files, tables or documentation (or any portion thereof) or determine or attempt to determine any source code, algorithms, methods or techniques embodied in the Website or any derivative works thereof;
• distribute, license, transfer or sell, in whole or in part, any of the Website or any derivative works thereof; market, rent or lease the Website for a fee or charge, or use the Website to advertise or perform any commercial solicitation; interfere with or attempt to interfere with the proper working of the Website, disrupt any networks connected to the Website, or bypass any measures we may use to prevent or restrict access to the Website;
• incorporate the Website or any portion thereof into any other program or product. We reserve the right to refuse service, terminate accounts or limit access to the Website in our sole discretion;
• use automated scripts to collect information from or otherwise interact with the Website;
• impersonate any person or entity, or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent you or your affiliation with any person or entity, including giving the impression that any content you upload, post, transmit, distribute or otherwise make available emanates from Pentageni or the Website;
• use the Website in a manner that may create a conflict of interest or undermine the purposes of the Website; or
• use the Website to upload, transmit, distribute, store or otherwise make available in any way:
• files that contain viruses or other material that is malicious or technologically harmful;
• any material which does or may infringe any copyright, trademark or other intellectual property rights of any other person; any material which is defamatory of any person, obscene, offensive, hateful or inflammatory;
• any content that would constitute, encourage or provide instructions for a criminal offence; or
• content that, in the sole judgment of Pentageni, is objectionable or which restricts or inhibits any other person from using the Site, or which may expose Pentageni or its users to any harm or liability of any type.

Copyright

We respect intellectual property rights and ask you to do the same. As a condition of your use of the Website, you agree not to use the Website to infringe on any intellectual property rights. We reserve the right, with or without notice, at any time and in our sole discretion to block access to and/or terminate the accounts of any user who infringes any copyrights or other intellectual property rights.

Content

All content on the Website is either owned or licensed by Pentageni. Such content may not be downloaded, copied, reproduced, distributed, transmitted, broadcast, displayed, sold, licensed or otherwise exploited for any purpose whatsoever without our or, where applicable, our licensors’ prior written consent. We and our licensors reserve all rights not expressly granted in and to their content.
The content on the Website is provided for general information only. It is not intended to amount to advice on which you should rely. You must obtain professional or specialist advice before taking, or refraining from, any action on the basis of the content on our Website.
We make no representations, warranties or guarantees, whether express or implied that the content on our Website is accurate, complete or up to date. Where our Website contains links to other sites and resources provided by third parties, these links are provided for your information only. We have no control over the contents of those sites or resources. Such links should not be interpreted as approval by us of those linked websites or information you may obtain from them.

Forward-looking statements

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Corporate Governance Guidelines

Revised effective as of December 4, 2019

The Board of Directors of Pentageni A.Ş. (the “Company”) has adopted these Guidelines to assist in the exercise of its responsibilities. These Guidelines will be reviewed annually by the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and revised as appropriate.

The Board’s primary responsibility is to provide effective governance over the Company’s business for the benefit. In furtherance of that responsibility, the Board will:

A. Evaluate the performance of the Chief Executive Officer and take appropriate action, including removal, when warranted. Specifically:

1. The Lead Director will facilitate in executive session an annual evaluation of the performance of the Chief Executive Officer by the non-management Directors. The non-management Directors shall consider the Chief Executive Officer’s performance in both qualitative and quantitative areas, including:

a. Leadership and vision;
b. Integrity;
c. Informing the Board on matters affecting the Company;
d. Performance of the business (including measurements of total stockholder return, health, safety and environmental performance, and achievement of financial objectives and goals);
e. Development and implementation of initiatives to provide long-term economic benefits to the Company;
f. Accomplishment of strategic objectives; and
g. Development of management.

The Compensation Committee will review the performance evaluation of the Chief Executive Officer and the market study conducted by an independent, external compensation consultant. Based upon the review, the Compensation Committee will make a recommendation on the Chief Executive Officer’s compensation for the upcoming year. The Compensation Committee will present its recommendation to the non-management Directors in executive session.

2. The non-management Directors will set the Chief Executive Officer’s compensation for the next year considering the recommendation of the Compensation Committee.

3. The Lead Director will communicate the annual evaluation to the Chief Executive Officer.

B. Select, evaluate, and set the compensation of executive officers of the Company.

C. Annually review and evaluate the succession plans and management development programs for all members of executive management, including the Chief Executive Officer. Specifically, the Board will oversee a Chief Executive Officer succession management process, which will:

1. Develop criteria for the position that reflects the Company’s business strategy;
2. Utilize a formal assessment process to evaluate candidates;
3. Identify and develop internal candidates for the position;
4. Ensure non-emergency planning at least three (3) years before an expected transition; and
5. Develop and maintain an emergency succession plan.

D. Conduct periodic reviews of and approve strategic and business plans, and monitor corporate performance against the plans.

E. Review:

1. Applicable laws and regulations, including periodic updates from management to the Health, Safety and Environment Committee regarding health, safety and environmental laws and regulations applicable to the Company’s major areas of operation;
2. Annual updates from management regarding any political contributions made by the Company to Turkish Republic local and national government officials who oversee or regulate the Company’s operations, including any expenditures on lobbyists and political action committees, and any contributions to Turkish trade organizations;
3. Maintenance of accounting, financial, disclosure and other controls;
4. Adequacy of compliance systems and controls;
5. Policies to govern corporate conduct and compliance, and adopt same; and
6. Matters of corporate governance.

F. Conduct an annual evaluation of the overall effectiveness of the Board.

Board Structure

A. Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer: Under normal circumstances, the Chief Executive Officer should also serve as the Chairman of the Board. The Chairman of the Board is responsible for leadership of the Board to maximize its effectiveness. The Chief Executive Officer is responsible to stockholders for the overall management and functioning of the Company. On an annual basis the Board will consider whether it is appropriate that the Chairman of the Board and the Chief Executive Officer be the same individual and, if it determines that it is no longer appropriate, will take the necessary steps to have a different individual appointed to each position.

B. Lead Director: If the offices of Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer are held by the same person, the independent members of the Board will, after considering the recommendation of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee, annually elect an independent Director to serve in a lead capacity. Although elected annually, the Lead Director is generally expected to serve for more than one year. The Lead Director shall preside at each executive session of the non-management Directors and each executive session of the independent Directors and, in his or her absence, the independent Directors shall select another independent Director to preside. The Lead Director is also responsible for providing input into and approving agendas for Board meetings, and performing various other duties as may be appropriate, including advising the Chairman of the Board.

C. Director Independence: The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will review the definition of independence and compliance with these guidelines periodically.

1. At least three-fourths of the members of the Board shall be independent. In order to be independent, a Director cannot have a material relationship with the Company. A Director will not be considered independent if he or she:

a. Is or has been employed by the Company or any of its affiliates in the preceding five calendar years, or any member of the Director’s immediate family has been employed as an Executive Officer of the Company or any of its affiliates in the preceding five calendar years;
b. Has received during any twelve-month period within the last three years more than $120,000 in direct compensation from the Company, other than director’s fees, committee fees, and pension or other forms of deferred compensation for prior service as a Director (provided such compensation is not contingent in any way on continued service);
c. Has an immediate family member who has received during any twelve-month period within the last three years more than $120,000 in direct compensation from the Company, other than director’s fees, committee fees, and pension or other forms of deferred compensation for prior service as a Director (provided such compensation is not contingent in any way on continued service);
d. (i) is a current partner or employee of the Company’s external auditor or (ii) during the past three years, was a partner or employee of the Company’s external auditor and personally worked on the Company’s audit within that time;
e. Has an immediate family member who (i) is a current partner of the Company’s external auditor, (ii) is a current employee of the Company’s external auditor and personally works on the Company’s audit or (iii) during the past three years, was a partner or employee of the Company’s external auditor and personally worked on the Company’s audit within that time;
f. Is a partner, member or officer of, or employed in a similar position with, any entity that provides accounting, consulting, legal, investment banking or financial advisory services to the Company for which such entity receives payments from the Company in excess of $120,000 per year; provided that this provision does not apply to a Director who is a limited partner or non-managing member of, or is employed in a similar position with, such entity and has no active role in providing such services to the Company;
g. Is a current employee, or has an immediate family member who is a current Executive Officer, of an entity that has made payments to, or received payments from, the Company for property or services in an amount which, in any of the last three fiscal years, exceeds the greater of $1 million or 2% of such other entity’s consolidated gross revenues;
h. Is or has been within the preceding three years part of an interlocking directorate in which an Executive Officer of the Company serves on the compensation committee of another entity that employs the Director, or an immediate family member of the Director, as an Executive Officer; or
i. Is or has an immediate family member who is currently a party to one or more personal services contract(s) with the Company or any Executive Officer of the Company that provides in the aggregate for payments to the Director or immediate family member in excess of $120,000 per year.

2. All Directors will complete independence questionnaires annually and the Board will make determinations of the independence of its members.

3. For purposes of this Section C:

a. “affiliate” means any individual or entity that directly, or indirectly through one or more intermediaries, controls, is controlled by or is under common control with, the Company;
b. “Company” means Pentageni A.Ş. and includes any parent or subsidiary in a consolidated group with Pentageni A.Ş.;
c. “Executive Officer” has the meaning given to “officer” and
d. “immediate family member” includes a person’s spouse, parents, children, siblings, mothers and fathers-in-law, sons and daughters-in-law, brothers and sisters-in-law, and anyone (other than domestic employees) who shares such person’s home.
For purposes of the look-back provision in this Section C, “immediate family member” will not include individuals who are no longer immediate family members as a result of legal separation or divorce, or those who have died or become incapacitated.

D. Management Directors: The number of management Directors should not exceed two (2). While this is not an absolute limitation, other than the Chief Executive Officer, who should at all times be a member of the Board, management Directors should be limited to those officers whose positions or potential make it appropriate for them to be a Board member. Management Directors shall retire from the Board at the time of their retirement from employment with the Company unless continued service as a Director is requested and approved by the Board.

E. Size of the Board: Optimally, the Board should number between four (4) and eight (8) members. The Company’s By-laws provide that the number of Directors will not be less than two (2) nor more than ten (10).

F. Annual Election of All Directors: As provided in the Company’s By-laws, all Directors will be elected annually by the majority of votes cast, unless the number of nominees exceeds the number of Directors to be elected, in which event the Directors will be elected by a plurality vote. Should a Director’s principal occupation change, the Director shall submit a letter of resignation to the Chair of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee, which Committee shall have the discretion to accept or reject the resignation.

G. Process for the Selection of New Directors: The Board is responsible for filling Board vacancies that may occur between annual meetings and for proposing new nominees for election by stockholders. The Board has delegated to the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee the duty of selecting and recommending candidates to the Board for approval. The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will consider candidates for Board membership recommended by Board members, executive management. The Committee may also retain an independent executive search firm to identify candidates for consideration and to gather additional information about candidate’s background, experience and reputation.

The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee, in consultation with the Board, will determine the specific criteria for a new Director candidate. After the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee identifies a candidate, the Committee will determine the appropriate method to evaluate the candidate. The preliminary determination regarding a candidate is based on the likelihood that the candidate will meet the Board membership criteria listed in Section H below. The Committee will determine, after discussion with the Chairman of the Board and other Board members, whether a candidate should continue to be considered. If a candidate warrants additional consideration, the Committee will interview the candidate. One or more members of the Committee and others, as appropriate, will perform candidate interviews. Once the evaluation and interviews are completed, the Committee will recommend to the Board whether the candidate should be appointed to the Board or proposed for election by stockholders and the Board will act on such recommendation.

A stockholder who wishes to recommend a candidate should notify the Company’s Corporate Secretary, as described in the Company’s annual proxy statement. The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will consider persons nominated by a stockholder owning at least 1% of the issued and outstanding voting stock of the Company pursuant to the Company’s By-laws. For each individual nominated in accordance with the Company’s By-laws, the Corporate Secretary will (i) obtain from the nominee any additional relevant information the nominee wishes to provide in consideration of his or her nomination, (ii) report on the nominee to the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee, and (iii) facilitate a meeting between the nominee and the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee as the Committee deems appropriate.

H. Board Membership Criteria: Directors and nominees should possess the following qualifications:

1. Personal characteristics:

a. Highest personal and professional ethics, integrity, and values;
b. An inquiring and independent mind; and
c. Practical wisdom and mature judgment.
2. Broad training and experience at the policy-making level in business, government, education or technology.
3. Expertise that is useful to the Company and complementary to the background and experience of other Board members, so that an optimum balance of experience and expertise of members of the Board can be achieved and maintained.
4. Willingness to devote the required amount of time to carry out the duties and responsibilities of Board membership.
5. Commitment to serve on the Board for several years to develop knowledge about the Company’s business.
6. Willingness to represent the best interests of all Company stockholders and objectively evaluate management performance.
7. Involvement only in activities or interests that do not create a conflict with the Director’s responsibilities to the Company and its stockholders.

The Board will evaluate nominees annually for election and reelection, and as necessary to fill vacancies, to ensure they meet the above criteria. The findings of the reviews and assessments conducted in accordance with Sections I and J below will be taken into consideration by the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and the Board in connection with that evaluation.

I. Annual Performance Review: The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will conduct annual performance reviews of each non-management Director. While the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee determines the evaluation process, each evaluation will include a review of the non-management Director’s:

1. Attendance and participation;
2. Independence;
3. Expertise and experience;
4. Changes in principal occupation; and
5. Other contributions to the Board and its Committees.

The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will review each evaluation and, if appropriate, discuss the evaluation with the applicable non-management Director.

J. Annual Review of Board Composition; Board Assessment: The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will conduct an annual review of the overall composition of the Board to determine whether the current non-management Directors collectively represent an appropriate mix of experience and expertise, including significant experience with an energy-focused company, with a manufacturing, engineering or technology company, or in matters relating to health, safety and the environment. In addition, the non-management Directors will conduct an annual assessment of the Board, including:

1. General makeup and composition of the Board;
2. Sufficiency of materials and information provided to the Board;
3. Board meeting mechanics and structure;
4. Board responsibilities and accountability; and
5. Board meeting content and conduct.

K. Service on Other Public Company Boards: The Chief Executive Officer will not serve on the boards of directors of more than two publicly traded companies in addition to the Company. The other Directors will not serve on the boards of directors of more than three publicly traded companies in addition to the Company; provided, however, that any other Director may serve on boards of directors of additional companies if that Director served on those boards of directors at the time the Director joined the Company’s Board and that Director undertakes not to stand for reelection or appointment to the boards of directors of in excess of three publicly traded companies in addition to the Company. Directors shall consult with the Chairman of the Board and the Chair of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee before accepting an invitation or nomination to serve on the board of directors of another publicly traded company. In evaluating prospective nominees for the Board and the continued service of current Directors, the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will consider whether service on other boards of directors impairs a Director’s ability to serve effectively as a Company Director.

L. Diversity: The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee is responsible for assessing the appropriate mix of skills and characteristics required of Board members given the present needs of the Board and shall periodically review and update the criteria as deemed appropriate. Experience, expertise, background, race, gender, age and nationality will be reviewed for the Board as a whole, and diversity in these factors may be considered in evaluating Board candidates.

M. Director Tenure; Conditional Resignation in Certain Circumstances: The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee, in consultation with the Chairman of the Board, will perform an annual review of each Director in making its recommendation to the Board concerning his or her nomination for election as a Director. As a condition to being nominated by the Board, each incumbent Director shall sign and deliver to the Board irrevocable letters of resignation, in forms satisfactory to the Board. The first resignation letter will be limited to and conditioned on that Director failing to achieve a majority of the votes cast at an election where Directors are elected by majority vote. For any Director who fails to be elected by a majority of votes cast, where Directors are elected by majority vote, his or her irrevocable letter of resignation will be deemed tendered on the date the election results are certified. The resignation shall only be effective upon acceptance by the Board. The second resignation letter is limited to and conditioned on the Director being found to have Participated in a Significant Violation or to have Recklessly disregarded his or her duty to exercise reasonable oversight, as more fully described in the Company’s By-laws. The resignation shall only be effective upon acceptance by the disinterested members of the Board. Each non-incumbent Director nominee shall sign and deliver to the Board the irrevocable letters of resignation described above to be eligible for election as a Director. Further, the Board shall fill vacancies and new directorships only with candidates who agree to tender the letters of resignation described above promptly following their appointment as a Director. Any Director whose resignation has been tendered as described in this section will abstain from participation in both the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee’s consideration of the resignation, if they are a member of that Committee, and the Board’s decision regarding the resignation. There are no term limits on Directors’ service, other than mandatory retirement.

N. Non-Management Director Retirement: Each non-management Director shall retire from the Board immediately prior to the annual meeting of stockholders following his or her seventy-second (72nd) birthday.

O. Form and Amount of Director Compensation: The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will annually review the competitiveness of the Company’s Director compensation practices. The Committee, with the assistance of executive management and an independent, external compensation consultant, will compare the Company’s practices with those of its comparator group, which includes both peer and general industry companies. The Committee will also consider external market survey data. Specific components reviewed include cash compensation, equity compensation, benefits and perquisites. Changes in Director compensation, if any, shall be recommended by the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and approved by the Board.

P. Annual Meeting Attendance: All Directors will be expected to attend the annual meeting of stockholders, and the Company’s annual proxy statement shall state the number of Directors who attended the prior year’s annual meeting.

Board and Committee Meetings

A. Executive Sessions: During each regular Board meeting, the non-management Directors will meet in executive session presided over by the Lead Director. If any non-management Director is not independent, the independent Directors will meet at least annually in executive session presided over by the Lead Director.

B. Frequency of Board Meetings: The Board has five regularly scheduled meetings per year. The schedule for regular meetings will be approved in advance and maintained on a calendar. Special meetings are called as necessary. It is the responsibility of the Directors to attend the meetings.

C. Attendance of Non-Directors at Board Meetings: The Chief Financial Officer and the General Counsel will attend Board meetings, except where there is a specific reason for one or both of them to be excluded. In addition, the Chairman of the Board may invite one or more members of management to be in regular attendance at Board meetings and may include other officers and employees from time to time as appropriate.

D. Board Access to Management: Directors have open access to the Company’s management. The Company’s executive management routinely attends Board and Committee meetings and they and other managers frequently brief the Board and the Committees on particular topics. The Board encourages executive management to bring managers into Board or Committee meetings and other scheduled events who (i) can provide additional insight into matters being considered or (ii) have future potential and executive management believes should be given exposure to the Board.

E. Board Access to Independent Advisors: The Board has the authority to retain, set terms of engagement, and dismiss independent advisors, including legal counsel or other experts, as it deems appropriate, and to approve the fees and expenses of the advisors.

F. Conflicts of Interest: It is the responsibility of each Director to comply with the Company’s Conflicts of Interest Policy. If an actual or potential conflict of interest involving the Company exists, the Director should report the matter immediately to the Chairman of the Board, the Chair of the Audit Committee, and the General Counsel for evaluation by the Board. Any significant conflict must be resolved or the Director should resign. If a Director has a personal interest in a matter before the Board, the Director shall disclose the interest to the Board, excuse him or herself from participation in the discussion, and not vote on the matter.

G. Strategic and Business Planning: Strategic and business plans will be reviewed annually by the Board.

H. Agenda Items: The Chairman of the Board and the Chief Executive Officer will prepare a draft agenda for each Board meeting and the agenda and meeting schedule will be submitted to the Lead Director. In advance of each Board or Committee meeting, the agenda will be distributed to each Director. Each Director may suggest items for inclusion on the agenda, and raise at any Board or Committee meeting subjects that are not on the agenda.

İ. Checklists: A checklist of matters requiring recurring attention by the Board and each Committee will be prepared and distributed prior to the beginning of each year to ensure that the required actions are taken in a timely manner after adequate consideration. The Board or Committee shall annually review the checklists and may change or revise them as deemed appropriate.

J. Advance Review of Meeting Materials: To the extent feasible or appropriate, information and data important to the Directors’ understanding of the matters to be considered, including background summaries and presentations to be made at the meeting, will be distributed in advance of each Board or Committee meeting. The Lead Director will advise management on and approve information distributed to the Directors. Directors also routinely receive monthly financial statements, earnings reports, press releases, analyst reports and other information designed to keep them informed of the material aspects of the Company’s business. It is each Director’s responsibility to review the meeting materials and other information provided by management.

K. Director Confidentiality: The information provided to the Directors by management (including information disclosed at Board and Committee meetings and in other Board communications or discussions) and any other information about the Company obtained by the Directors, from whatever source, in his or her capacity as a Director shall be kept confidential by each Director. Except as authorized by the Board or required by law, each Director shall not disclose any confidential information to any person or entity (including members of the media, stockholders or any other third party) other than other Directors, executive management of the Company, the independent accountants, and legal counsel and financial and other advisors retained by the Company. No Director shall use confidential information for his or her personal benefit or to benefit persons or entities other than the Company and its stockholders. For purposes of these guidelines, “confidential information” includes all non-public information relating to the Company, including information regarding Board deliberations and discussions and the status thereof.

Committees of the Board

A. Number and Types of Committees: A substantial portion of the analysis and work of the Board will be done by standing Board Committees. A Director is expected to participate actively in the meetings of each Committee to which he or she is appointed.

B. Standing Committees: The Board has established the following standing Committees: Audit, Compensation, Health, Safety and Environment, and Nominating and Corporate Governance. Each Committee’s charter shall be reviewed annually by the Committee and the Board.

C. Composition of Committees: Only non-management Directors may serve on Board Committees. Further, only independent Directors may serve on the Audit, the Compensation, the Nominating and Corporate Governance, and the Health, Safety and Environment Committees; provided that the Directors may appoint one non-independent Director as a member (but not the Chair) of the Health, Safety and Environment Committee as they deem appropriate. The composition of the Board Committees will be reviewed annually to ensure that each of its members meet the criteria set forth in applicable TTK rules and regulations.

D. Committee Rotation: The Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee, in consultation with the Chairman of the Board and the Chief Executive Officer, will recommend annually to the Board the membership of the various Committees and their Chairs, and the Board will approve the Committee assignments. In making its recommendations to the Board, the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will consider the need for continuity, subject matter expertise, applicable SEC, NYSE or IRS rules and regulations, tenure and the preferences of individual Board members.

E. Frequency of Committee Meetings: Each Committee shall meet as frequently and for the length of time as may be required to carry out its assigned duties and responsibilities. The schedule for regular meetings of the Committees will be approved in advance and maintained on a calendar. In addition, a quorum of members of a Committee may call a special meeting at any time as deemed appropriate.

F. Committee Agendas/Reports to the Board: Management will prepare draft agendas and related background information for each Committee meeting which, to the extent desired by the relevant Committee Chair, will be approved by the Committee Chair in advance of distribution to the other members of the Committee. Committee members may suggest items for inclusion on the agenda and raise at any Committee meeting subjects that are not on the agenda. Reports on each Committee meeting are made to the Board. All Directors will be furnished copies of each Committee’s minutes.

Other Board Practices

A. Non-Management Director Orientation and Continuing Education: An orientation program is provided to new non-management Directors which includes: comprehensive information about the Company’s business; general information about the Board and its Committees, including a summary of Director compensation and benefits; and a review of Director duties and responsibilities. Non-management Directors also receive education and training in areas of importance to the Company, including the Company’s business, heath, safety and environmental matters, compliance matters, corporate governance, and duties and responsibilities of directors.

B. Board Interaction with Institutional Investors: Executive management is responsible for speaking for the Company. Individual Directors may, from time to time, meet or otherwise communicate with outside constituencies that are involved with the Company. In those instances, however, it is expected that Directors will do so only with the knowledge of executive management and, absent unusual circumstances, only at the request of executive management.

C. Stockholder Communications with Directors: The Company’s Director of Business Conduct, a Company employee, will review all stockholder communications directed to the Audit Committee and the Board. The Chair of the Audit Committee will be promptly notified of any significant communication involving accounting, internal accounting controls, or auditing matters. The Lead Director will be promptly notified of any other significant stockholder communications. Communications addressed to a named Director will be promptly sent to the Director. A report summarizing all communications is provided to the Directors at each Board meeting and copies of communications will be available for review by any Director.

D. Core Values: The Board is committed to promoting the Company’s core values.

E. Periodic Review of these Guidelines: The operation of the Board is a dynamic and evolving process. Accordingly, the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee will review these Guidelines periodically and any recommended revisions will be submitted to the Board for consideration and approval.

Approved as revised:
Pentageni
Board of Directors
December 4, 2019

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