RBG Profit Growth Attracts Attention

Life-of-field integrated services contractor to the international oil, gas and petrochemicals industry, RBG Limited ("RBG"), is ranked 62nd in the latest "The Sunday Times PricewaterhouseCoopers Profit Track 100" league table. Profit Track 100 ranks Britain's 100 fastest-growing medium-sized private companies by profit growth over three years.

The Profit Track 100 league table was published as a color supplement in The Sunday Times on April 22, 2007. Compiled by Fast Track, the table is published annually in April and is sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers.

RBG's Chief Executive Officer, Doug Sedge, stated: "We are pleased to receive further recognition of RBG's track record of significant growth, with our inclusion in the The Sunday Times PricewaterhouseCoopers Profit Track 100."

This is the fourth time in recent months that RBG has featured in league tables tracking business performance. In February 2007, RBG came 6th in the inaugural "The Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout Track 100" league table, also compiled by Fast Track, which ranks private companies with venture capital funding on profit growth over 2 years. In January 2007, RBG was 89th in the Top 500 Companies survey produced by the Scottish Business Insider magazine. In December 2006, the company was for the first time included in The Scotsman's list of Top 250 companies driving Scotland's economy, achieving 45th place.

RBG Limited is a leading life-of-field services contractor focused on the provision of asset integrity support, integrated maintenance, modification, engineering support and resource services to the international oil, gas and petrochemicals industry. Headquartered in Aberdeen, UK, RBG operates in the UK and internationally and employ over 4,000 people. Its facilities and offices are located in principal areas of energy exploration and production activity.

Fast Track focuses on Britain's top-performing private companies and the entrepreneurs who own and run them. Fast Track researches and publishes in association with The Sunday Times six annual league tables, ranging from the fastest-growing to the biggest companies.