Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Rectangle 212 + Rectangle 212 + Rectangle 212 Created with Sketch. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Twitter Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta. Slice 1 Created with Sketch Beta.

STOCK EXCHANGE RELEASE 27 Oct 2006

INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2006

PÖYRY PLC                  Stock Exchange Notice
                           October 27, 2006 at 8.30 a.m.       1(16)

INTERIM REPORT JANUARY 1 - SEPTEMBER 30, 2006

The Pöyry Group's net sales for the period under review were EUR 450.9
million (378.3 million in the same period 2005). Profit before taxes was
EUR 34.1 (26.9) million.

The Group's consolidated balance sheet is healthy. The equity ratio was
47.3 (50.7) per cent and the net debt/equity ratio (gearing)
-22.3 (-23.6) per cent.

Earnings per share were EUR 0.38 (0.32) and the return on investment
28.1 (24.4) per cent.

The order stock increased by EUR 65.2 million during the period under
review to EUR 517.3 million. The number of personnel increased,
amounting to 6252 at the end of the review period (5608 at the end of
2005).

Consolidated net sales will increase during 2006. Profit before taxes
will improve clearly in 2006.

This interim report has been prepared in accordance with the
International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The data in this
interim report are unaudited.

Business groups

Energy

Net sales for the period under review were EUR 137.5 (114.5) million.
Operating profit was EUR 10.2 (5.9) million.

Demand for energy-related services has remained good and the business
group has strengthened its global market position.

The order stock is good, amounting to EUR 222.6 million at the end of
the review period (195.2 at the end of 2005). The most important new
projects were the hydropower plant contract with Verbund Austrian Hydro
Power in Austria (EUR 13 million), the power plant engineering contract
with EGL Group in Italy (EUR 7.3 million), the hydropower plant contract
with SouthEast Asia Energy Limited in Laos (EUR 8.9 million), the
hydropower plant contract with Hochtief Glendoe Joint Venture in the
United Kingdom (EUR 5 million) and the sea water cooling project for
Qatar Petroleum in Abu Dhabi (EUR 17 million).

Forest Industry

Net sales for the period under review were EUR 164.6 (148.9) million.
Operating profit amounted to EUR 15.4 (14.7) million.

Most of the forest industry's new investments have been directed to
emerging markets. Demand for local engineering services and operations

                                                               2(16)

improvement services has remained stable. Demand for consulting services
has grown.

The business group's order stock has remained stable, amounting to EUR
111.0 million (97.3 million at the end of 2005), which is a good figure.
The most important new projects received during the review period were
the hydrogen peroxide plant engineering and project services contract
with Solvay S.A. in Belgium, the recovery line project for UPM-Kymmene's
Kymi pulp mill in Finland (EUR 10 million) and engineering, procurement
and construction management, and owner's engineering services for the
Klabin and Aracruz pulp mills in Brazil (about EUR 20 million).

Infrastructure & Environment

Net sales for the period under review were EUR 147.7 (114.6) million.
Operating profit was EUR 9.5 (6.2) million.

Demand in the infrastructure and environment markets has remained
stable. The business group has continued to strengthen its position in
local and international markets.

The order stock amounted to EUR 183.7 million (159.5 at the end of
2005), which is a good level. The most important new projects were the
light rail transport system contract with Metro de Maracaibo C.A. in
Venezuela (EUR 13.1 million), the high-speed railway construction
supervision contract with Zhengzhou-Xian Passenger Dedicated Line
Company Ltd in China (EUR 2.6 million) and the continuation of
implementation services for line No. 1 of C.A. Metro de Valencia's light
rail system in Venezuela (EUR 12.6 million).

Pöyry Group adopted Pöyry brand

The extraordinary General Meeting on March 28, 2006 decided to change
the company's business name to Pöyry Oyj, Pöyry Plc in English. The
change was registered in the Trade Register on April 3, 2006.

The Pöyry Group's entire business has been brought together under one
brand, Pöyry. Accordingly, all Group companies will be named in a
uniform manner, beginning with "Pöyry". They also use the common brand
in all markets. The introduction of the Pöyry brand will be completed
during 2006.

The objective of this change is to unite the resources of the Group's
extensive office network and to concentrate all communications clearly
and effectively under one name. In addition to supporting the company's
growth objectives, the change will strengthen the Global Network Company
concept and promote the company's international recognition.

Group structure

Energy
                                                               3(16)

The Energy business group has expanded its global presence in the oil
and gas engineering and consulting sector by acquiring in May IGL
Consultants Ltd, headquartered in Aberdeen, UK. IGL's main operational
bases are in Aberdeen (UK), Stavanger (Norway), Perth (Australia) and
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and it has 117 employees. IGL's net sales
amounted to EUR 11 million in 2005. It has a wide client base that
includes international and national oil companies and independents. IGL
was consolidated into Pöyry Group as of May 2006.

After the period under review the Energy business group in October
expanded its management consulting business by acquiring Convergence
Utility Consultants Ltd, headquartered in Switzerland. The joining of
forces represents an excellent strategic fit and strengthens Pöyry's
position as the biggest consultant in the European energy market.
Convergence's main operational bases are in Dusseldorf, Milan, Paris,
Warsaw and Zurich and it has 70 employees. Convergence is a business,
strategy and economics consulting firm serving utility companies,
regulators and energy-sector institutions. Its service portfolio covers
a broad spectrum relating to producers, network carriers, retailers and
suppliers. The company's net sales amounted to EUR 8 million in 2005.

Forest Industry

Pöyry Civil Oy (formerly JP-Kakko Oy) acquired in February 100 per cent
of the shares of Salminen & Sorasalmi Oy of Espoo, Finland. The
company's net sales are EUR 0.7 million and it has a staff of nine.
Salminen & Sorasalmi strengthens the structural engineering operations
of Pöyry Civil Oy and broadens its business in Russia and the Baltic
countries. Salminen & Sorasalmi Oy was merged into Pöyry Civil Oy on
September 30, 2006.

In March, the Forest Industry business group formed a joint venture with
the Shandong Light Industry Design Institute to provide detail
engineering services in China. The joint venture, Pöyry Shandong
Engineering Consulting Co. Ltd, is 70 per cent owned by Pöyry. The
company is based in Jinan, Shandong Province in eastern China, and has a
staff of about 100. The joint venture is a major step in strengthening
Pöyry's local engineering presence in China, building on the existing
operations in Shanghai and Beijing.

In June, Pöyry Civil Oy bought the entire share capital of TH Consulting
Oy, Espoo, Finland. The company specialises in structural design. Its
net sales amount to EUR 0.4 million.

Infrastructure & Environment

Pöyry Environment Oy (formerly Soil and Water Ltd) in February acquired
100 per cent of the shares of Savon Tekmi Oy, based in Kuopio, Finland.
Savon Tekmi Oy has net sales of EUR 0.9 million and a staff of twelve.
The acquisition strengthens Pöyry's local operations in eastern Finland.
Savon Tekmi Oy specialises in geotechnical, foundation and municipal
engineering. It also has expertise in surveying and in planning, and in
research related to contaminated soils. Savon Tekmi Oy was merged into
Pöyry Environment Oy on September 30, 2006.
                                                               4(16)

In August the business group increased its ownership in Entec A.S.,
Estonia. Pöyry Environment Oy's ownership increased from 42 per cent to
67 per cent of Entec's shares. Entec's net sales amount to about EUR 1
million and it has 30 employees. The transaction strengthens Pöyry's
position in the Estonian engineering services market. Entec A.S.
specialises in consulting and engineering services in the fields of
water supply, community planning, municipal engineering, waste
management, environmental consulting and contaminated soils. The company
has a leading position in its own business sector in Estonia. Its main
clients are governmental bodies, cities, municipalities, industry,
trade, construction companies and other private enterprises.

Order stock

The Group's order stock is good. It increased by EUR 65.2 million during
the period under review, totalling EUR 517.3 million at the end of
September. At the end of 2005 the order stock was EUR 452.1 million.

Capital expenditure

The Group's capital expenditure for the period under review totalled EUR
20.3 (16.5) million, of which EUR 6.8 (5.5) million consisted of
computer software, hardware and systems and EUR 13.5 (11.0) million were
capital expenditure due to share investments.

Share capital and shares

The total number of shares at the end of 2005 was 14 545 036.

The Annual General Meeting on March 7, 2006 decided to increase the
number of shares in proportion to the ownership of the shareholders,
without increasing the share capital ("share split"). The share split
was realised so that all shares of the company with an accounting par
value of EUR 1.00 were split so that each share entitled to four (4) new
shares with an accounting par value of EUR 0.25 each. The share split
was registered in the Trade Register on March 13, 2006. As a result, the
total number of shares in the company quadrupled from 14 545 036 to
58 180 144 shares. The share capital remained unchanged at EUR
14 545 036. The new shares created through the share split were
available for public trading on the Helsinki Stock Exchange as of March
14, 2006.

Pöyry Plc issued in 2004 stock options to the management of the Group as
well as to a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pöyry Plc. According to the
original terms, the stock options entitle to subscription of a maximum
of 550 000 shares in Pöyry Plc, and each stock option entitles the
holder to subscribe one share in the company.

Because of the share split, the General Meeting decided on March 7, 2006
to amend the terms and conditions of the stock options issued in 2004
accordingly. Each stock option will entitle the holder to subscribe four
(4) shares in the company with an accounting par value of EUR 0.25 each,
with the total subscription price remaining unchanged.
                                                               5(16)

The share subscription periods are the following: for 660 000 shares
(after the share split) between March 1, 2007 and March 31, 2010, for
660 000 shares (after the share split) between March 1, 2008 and March
31, 2011, and for 880 000 shares (after the share split) between March
1, 2009 and March 31, 2012. All stock options have been issued and their
receipt confirmed.

The Annual General Meeting authorised the Board of Directors to decide
on an increase in the share capital by a new issue and/or by taking a
convertible loan and/or by issuing option rights so that based on the
new issue, the convertible bonds and the option rights the share capital
can be increased by a maximum of EUR 2.8 million by issuing for
subscription 2.8 million new shares (no more than 11.2 million after the
share split). The authorisation is in force until March 7, 2007.

The Annual General Meeting authorised the Board of Directors to acquire
and convey the company's own shares to a maximum of 1 400 000 shares (no
more than 5 600 000 new shares after the share split). The
authorisations are in force until March 7, 2007.

The Annual General Meeting decided that a dividend of EUR 1.30 be
distributed per outstanding share for 2005 (EUR 1.20 for 2004), which
equals EUR 0.325 (0.30) after the share split, totalling EUR 18.9
million. The dividend was paid on March 17, 2006.

The company's shares are quoted on the Helsinki Stock Exchange. The
average trading price during the period under review was EUR 8.87, with
a high of EUR 10.10 and a low of EUR 7.65 (share prices after share
split). A total of 19.2 million of the company's shares were traded,
equalling 33.1 per cent of the total number of shares and corresponding
to a turnover of EUR 170.4 million.

Prospects

Energy

Good opportunities for growth in demand for energy-related services are
created as the economies of Southeast Asia, Latin America and Europe are
growing, and as the EU expands. Increasing EU energy legislation is
driving demand for industry-specific management consulting services in
the energy sector, and therefore Pöyry has strengthened its position in
this area by an acquisition. Environmental legislation continues to
boost demand for renewable energy and plant refurbishment services. The
high price of crude oil is creating new opportunities within the oil and
gas sectors. In the thermal power sector clients focus on diversifying
their energy mix. The Energy business group's market position has
improved further and its order stock is good. The business group's
operating profit will improve clearly in 2006.

Forest Industry

Investment activity in the forest industry will remain relatively strong
in emerging markets. Rising production costs continue to call for
operational and productivity improvements in mature markets. Industry

                                                               6(16)

restructurings will increase demand for consulting and investment
banking services. The business group's order stock is good. The business
group's operating profit will improve somewhat during 2006.

Infrastructure & Environment

The infrastructure and environment markets have improved in the course
of 2006. Demand prospects have improved especially in Western Europe,
where the recovery of national economies has boosted investments in the
public sector. Maintaining a local presence is becoming more important
in emerging markets. The business group's order stock has remained good.
The operating profit will improve clearly in 2006.

Group

The Group has a strong market position in all of its business areas. The
order stock is good and has increased by EUR 65.2 million during the
period under review. Consolidated net sales will increase in 2006.
Profit before taxes will improve clearly in 2006.


Vantaa, Finland, October 26, 2006

PÖYRY PLC
Board of Directors

PÖYRY PLC



Erkki Pehu-Lehtonen                 Teuvo Salminen
President and CEO                   Deputy to President and CEO

Additional information by:
Erkki Pehu-Lehtonen, President and CEO, Pöyry Plc
tel. +358 10 33 22999, +358 400 468 084
Teuvo Salminen, Deputy to President and CEO, Pöyry Plc
tel. +358 10 33 22872, +358 400 420 285
Satu Perälampi, Investor Relations Manager, Pöyry Plc
tel. +358 10 33 23002, +358 40 526 3388

www.poyry.com

DISTRIBUTION:
Helsinki Stock Exchange
Major media
                                                               7(16)

PÖYRY GROUP


Consolidated statement of    7-9/06   7-9/05  1-9/06 1-9/05  1-12/2005
income
EUR million

NET SALES                     153.0    125.1   450.9  378.3      523.6

Other operating income          0.0      0.5     0.2    0.7        0.8
Share of associated             0.1      0.3     0.9    0.7        0.8
companies' results

Materials, supplies and       -23.0    -18.9   -66.3  -49.6      -75.1
subconsulting
Personnel expenses            -78.6    -66.6  -240.7 -209.2     -283.2
Depreciation                   -2.0     -1.9    -5.8   -5.9       -7.9
Other operating expenses      -36.3    -28.7  -105.5  -89.1     -121.8

OPERATING PROFIT               13.2      9.8    33.7   25.9       37.2
Proportion of net sales, %      8.6      7.8     7.5    6.8        7.1

Financial income                0.7      0.8     1.8    1.4        2.2
Financial expenses             -0.6     -0.4    -1.0   -0.6       -0.6
Exchange rate differences      -0.1      0.2    -0.4    0.2        0.3
Value decrease                  0.0      0.0     0.0    0.0       -0.5

PROFIT BEFORE TAXES            13.2     10.4    34.1   26.9       38.6
Proportion of net sales, %      8.6      8.3     7.6    7.1        7.4

Income taxes                   -4.2     -3.2   -10.9   -8.5      -12.3

NET PROFIT FOR THE PERIOD       9.0      7.2    23.2   18.4       26.3

Attributable to:
Equity holders of the           8.6      7.4    22.4   18.2       25.9
parent company
Minority interest               0.4     -0.2     0.8    0.2        0.4

Earnings per share, EUR        0.14     0.13    0.38   0.32       0.45
Corrected with dilution        0.15     0.13    0.39   0.32       0.45
effect

                                                               8(16)

                                   Sept. 30, Sept. 30,      December 31,
Consolidated balance sheet              2006      2005              2005
EUR million

ASSETS

NON-CURRENT ASSETS
Goodwill                                50.7      38.8              42.4
Intangible assets                        7.2       5.8               8.5
Tangible assets                         16.0      15.7              15.2
Share ownership                         11.7      13.0              11.6
Loans receivable                         1.6       1.0               1.1
Deferred tax receivables                 6.1       6.0               6.5
Pension receivables                      4.4       4.9               4.3
Other                                    8.0       8.8               9.4
                                       105.7      94.0              99.0
CURRENT ASSETS
Work in progress                        68.0      67.9              56.6
Accounts receivable                    124.9     103.3             108.1
Other receivables                       26.0      18.8              21.6
Cash and cash equivalents               59.1      44.3              64.5
                                       278.0     234.3             250.8

TOTAL                                  383.7     328.3             349.8

SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY AND
LIABILITIES

SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
Equity attributable to the equity
holders of the parent company
Share capital                           14.5      14.5              14.5
Share premium reserve                   31.5      31.5              31.5
Legal reserve                           18.6      18.2              18.6
Translation difference                 -10.4      -8.4              -8.6
Retained earnings                       69.2      62.1              62.2
Net profit for the period               22.4      18.2              25.9
                                       145.8     136.1             144.2
Minority interest                        5.7       4.8               4.7
                                       151.5     140.9             148.9

LIABILITIES
Non-current liabilities
Interest bearing non-current             5.1       7.6               6.8
liabilities
Pension obligations                      6.9       6.7               6.8
Deferred tax liability                   2.7       0.5               2.9
Other non-current liabilities            5.8      10.2               7.7
                                        20.5      25.0              24.2
Current liabilities
Amortisations of interest bearing        2.6       3.2               2.6
non-current liabilities
Interest bearing current                17.6       0.3               1.3
liabilities
                                                               9(16)

Provisions                               4.9       1.5               3.4
Project advances                        63.5      50.6              51.0
Accounts payable                        19.8      16.8              18.8
Other current liabilities              103.3      90.0              99.6
                                       211.7     162.4             176.7

TOTAL                                  383.7     328.3             349.8

                                                               10(16)

Statement of changes in financial 7-9/06 7-9/05 1-9/06  1-9/05 1-12/2005
position
EUR million

FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
  Net profit for the period          9.0    7.2   23.2    18.4      26.3
  Depreciation and value decrease    2.0    1.9    5.8     5.9       8.4
  Gain on sale of fixed assets      -0.1    0.0   -0.1     0.0      -0.1
  Share of associated companies'    -0.1   -0.3   -0.9    -0.7      -0.8
  results
  Financial items                    0.0   -0.6   -0.4    -1.0      -1.9
  Income taxes                       4.2    3.2   10.9     8.5      12.3
  Change in work in progress        -0.2   -8.5  -11.4   -21.3      -3.5
  Change in accounts and other      -9.8    1.7  -16.7    -2.2      -4.2
  receivables
  Change in advances received        1.5    1.4   12.5    -1.0      -3.3
  Change in payables and other       2.4    0.5    5.3    11.9      12.4
  liabilities
  Received financial income          0.9    1.0    1.9     1.6       1.8
  Paid financial expenses           -0.2   -0.4   -0.7    -0.6      -0.8
  Paid taxes                        -3.1   -3.2   -9.1    -8.5     -11.3

Total from operating activities      6.5    3.9   20.3    11.0      35.3

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
  Investments in shares in          -0.2   -8.0  -13.1    -8.0     -10.4
  subsidiaries
  Investments in other shares        0.0   -1.7    0.0    -3.0      -2.7
  Investments in fixed assets       -3.6   -1.6   -6.8    -5.5      -8.0
  Sales of other shares              0.0    0.0    0.5     0.0       1.1
  Sales of fixed assets              0.0    0.6    0.1     0.8       0.8

Capital expenditure total, net      -3.8  -10.7  -19.3   -15.7     -19.2

Net cash before financing            2.7   -6.8    1.0    -4.7      16.1

FINANCING
  Repayments of loans               -0.4   -0.5   -1.7    -1.8      -2.6
  Change in current financing        6.4    0.0   16.3     0.7       1.0
  Change in non-current             -0.3    0.0   -0.3     0.0      -0.1
  investments
  Dividends                          0.0    0.0  -19.4   -17.2     -17.1
  Share subscription                 0.0    0.0    0.0     2.5       2.5
  Translation difference             0.0    2.6   -1.3     2.6       2.6

Net cash from financing              5.7    2.1   -6.4   -13.2     -13.8

Change in liquid assets              8.4   -4.7   -5.4   -17.9       2.3

Liquid assets at the beginning of   50.7   49.0   64.5    62.2      62.2
the period

Liquid assets at the end of         59.1   44.3   59.1    44.3      64.5
period
                                                               11(16)

Changes in equity                  7-9/06 7-9/05 1-9/06 1-9/05 1-12/2005
EUR million

Share capital beginning of period    14.5   14.5   14.5   14.1      14.1
  Shares subscribed with warrants     0.0    0.0    0.0    0.4       0.4
Share capital end of period          14.5   14.5   14.5   14.5      14.5

Share premium reserve beginning      31.5   30.5   31.5   28.4      28.4
of period
  Shares subscribed with warrants     0.0    0.0    0.0    2.1       2.1
  Minority change                     0.0    1.0    0.0    1.0       1.0
Share premium reserve end of         31.5   31.5   31.5   31.5      31.5
period

Legal reserve beginning of period    18.6   18.2   18.6   18.2      18.2
  Transfer. retained earnings         0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0       0.5
Legal reserve end of period          18.6   18.2   18.6   18.2      18.6

Translation differences beginning   -10.8  -12.0   -8.6  -10.6     -10.6
of period
  Change during the period            0.4    3.6   -1.8    2.2       2.1
Translation differences end of      -10.4   -8.4  -10.4   -8.4      -8.6
period

Retained earnings beginning of       83.1   70.7   88.1   76.5      76.5
period
  Payment of dividend                 0.0    0.0  -18.9  -16.9     -16,9
  Minority change                     0.0    1.8    0.0    1.8       1.8
  Transfer. retained earnings         0.0    0.0    0.0    0.0      -0.5
  Other                               0.0    0.4    0.0    0.7       0.8
  Translation difference included    -0.1    0.0    0.0    0.0       0.5
  in the result
  Net profit for the period           8.6    7.4   22.4   18.2      25.9
Retained earnings end of period      91.6   80.3   91.6   80.3      88.1

Minority interest beginning of        5.0    7.5    4.7    7.1       7.1
period
  Change during the period            0.3   -2.5    0.2   -2.5      -2.8
  Net profit for the period           0.4   -0.2    0.8    0.2       0.4
Minority interest end of period       5.7    4.8    5.7    4.8       4.7

Total equity beginning of period    141.9  129.4  148.9  133.7     133.7
  Payment of dividend                 0.0    0.0  -18.9  -16.9     -16.9
  Shares subscribed with warrants     0.0    0.0    0.0    2.5       2.5
  Other changes                       0.3    0.7    0.1    1.0       0.8
  Translation differences             0.4    3.6   -1.8    2.2       2.1
  Translation difference included    -0.1    0.0    0.0    0.0       0.5
  in the result
  Net profit for the period           9.0    7.2   23.2   18.4      26.3
Total equity end of period          151.5  140.9  151.5  140.9     148.9

                                                               12(16)

                                   Sept. 30, Sept. 30,      December 31,
Contingent liabilities                  2006      2005              2005
EUR million

For own debt                             0.0       0.0               0.0

Other obligations
  Pledged assets                         0.3       0.3               0.4
  Rent and leasing obligations         106.7     111.3             108.7
  Other obligations                     43.8      48.4              51.7

For others
  Pledged assets                         0.1       0.1               0.0
  Other obligations                      0.0       0.0               0.0

Derivative instruments

  Foreign exchange forward
  contracts,
  notional values                       26.2      29.7              21.3
  Foreign exchange forward               0.3      -1.2               0.2
  contracts,
  fair values                           -0.2       0.0              -1.1

  Currency options,
  notional values                        0.0      10.0               0.0
  fair values                            0.0      -0.2               0.0

  Interest rate swaps, fair              0.0      -0.1               0.0
  values

Pöyry Plc has made interest rate
swaps for EUR 6.9 million
external loans.

                                                               13(16)

Key figures                      7-9/06  7-9/05 1-9/06  1-9/05 1-12/2005


Earnings / share, EUR              0.14    0.13   0.38    0.32      0.45
  Corrected with dilution          0.15    0.13   0.39    0.32      0.45
  effect

Equity attributable to equity                     2.51    2.34      2.48
holders of the parent
company / share, EUR

Return on investment, % p.a.                      28.1    24.4      25.8

Return on investment, % p.a. for the
business groups
  Energy                                          19.8    14.7      16.4
  Forest Industry                                 29.2    28.5      29.2
  Infrastructure & Environment                    23.3    15.0      18.5

Return on equity, % p.a.                          20.6    17.9      18.6

Equity ratio, %                                   47.3    50.7      49.8

Equity / Assets ratio, %                          39.5    42.9      42.6

Net debt / Equity ratio                          -22.3   -23.6     -36.1
(gearing), %

Net debt, EUR million                            -33.8   -33.1     -53.8

Consulting and engineering, EUR                  502.1   388.1     428.1
million
EPC, EUR million                                  15.2    32.2      24.0
Order stock total, EUR million                   517.3   420.3     452.1

Capital expenditure, operating,     3.6     1.6    6.8     5.5       8.0
EUR million
Capital expenditure in shares,      0.2     9.7   13.5    11.0      17.8
EUR million

Personnel in Group companies on    6178    5417   5925    5362      5423
average
Personnel in Group companies
at the end of the period                          6252    5557      5608
Personnel in associated companies
at the end of the period                           239     249       248

                                                               14(16)

Segment information                1-9/2006      1-9/2005      1-12/2005
EUR million

NET SALES
Energy                                137.5         114.5          160.0
Forest Industry                       164.6         148.9          199.3
Infrastructure & Environment          147.7         114.6          164.9
Unallocated                             1.1           0.3           -0.6
Total                                 450.9         378.3          523.6

OPERATING PROFIT AND NET PROFIT FOR THE
PERIOD
Energy                                 10.2           5.9            9.1
Forest Industry                        15.4          14.7           19.7
Infrastructure & Environment            9.5           6.2            9.2
Unallocated                            -1.4          -0.9           -0.8
Operating profit total                 33.7          25.9           37.2

Financial items                         0.4           1.0            1.4
Profit before taxes                    34.1          26.9           38.6

Income taxes                          -10.9          -8.5          -12.3
Net profit for the period              23.2          18.4           26.3
Profit attributable to:
Equity holders of the parent           22.4          18.2           25.9
company
Minority interest                       0.8           0.2            0.4

OPERATING PROFIT %
Energy                                  7.4           5.2            5.7
Forest Industry                         9.4           9.9            9.9
Infrastructure & Environment            6.4           5.4            5.6
Total                                   7.5           6.8            7.1

ORDER STOCK
Energy                                222.6         197.6          195.2
Forest Industry                       111.0          78.3           97.3
Infrastructure & Environment          183.7         144.2          159.5
Unallocated                             0.0           0.2            0.1
Total                                 517.3         420.3          452.1

Consulting and engineering            502.1         388.1          428.1
EPC                                    15.2          32.2           24.0
Total                                 517.3         420.3          452.1

NET SALES BY AREA
The Nordic countries                  112.4         102.7          137.1
Europe                                203.8         163.8          229.2
Asia                                   53.2          52.4           72.5
North America                          19.5          13.7           18.1
South America                          46.1          27.5           43.7
Other                                  15.9          18.2           23.0
Total                                 450.9         378.3          523.6

                                                               15(16)

Segment information                10-12/04 1-3/05  4-6/05 7-9/05
EUR million

NET SALES
Energy                                 42.3   37.8    39.3   37.4
Forest Industry                        50.1   50.0    51.5   47.4
Infrastructure & Environment           37.3   35.7    39.2   39.7
Unallocated                            -0.5   -0.2    -0.1    0.6
Total                                 129.2  123.3   129.9  125.1

OPERATING PROFIT AND NET PROFIT FOR THE
PERIOD
Energy                                  2.5    2.0     2.1    1.8
Forest Industry                         5.3    4.1     4.7    5.9
Infrastructure & Environment            2.1    1.3     2.6    2.3
Unallocated                            -0.7   -0.2    -0.5   -0.2
Operating profit total                  9.2    7.2     8.9    9.8

Financial items                         0.5    0.3     0.1    0.6
Profit before taxes                     9.7    7.5     9.0   10.4

Income taxes                           -3.9   -2.5    -2.8   -3.2
Net profit for the period               5.8    5.0     6.2    7.2
Profit attributable to:
Equity holders of the parent            5.2    4.7     6.1    7.4
company
Minority interest                       0.6    0.3     0.1   -0.2

OPERATING PROFIT %
Energy                                  5.9    5.3     5.3    4.8
Forest Industry                        10.6    8.2     9.1   12.4
Infrastructure & Environment            5.6    3.6     6.6    5.8
Total                                   7.1    5.8     6.9    7.8

ORDER STOCK
Energy                                171.8  167.1   203.4  197.6
Forest Industry                        82.5   82.5    79.6   78.3
Infrastructure & Environment          118.8  127.0   121.1  144.2
Unallocated                             0.1    0.3     0.2    0.2
Total                                 373.2  376.9   404.3  420.3

Consulting and engineering            359.3  366.7   367.4  388.1
EPC                                    13.9   10.2    36.9   32.2
Total                                 373.2  376.9   404.3  420.3

                                                               16(16)

Segment information                10-12/05 1-3/06 4-6/06 7-9/06
EUR million

NET SALES
Energy                                 45.5   42.8   45.6   49.1
Forest Industry                        50.4   52.8   57.0   54.8
Infrastructure & Environment           50.3   48.3   50.7   48.7
Unallocated                            -0.9    0.1    0.6    0.4
Total                                 145.3  144.0  153.9  153.0

OPERATING PROFIT AND NET PROFIT FOR THE
PERIOD
Energy                                  3.2    3.2    3.3    3.7
Forest Industry                         5.0    4.4    4.6    6.4
Infrastructure & Environment            3.0    3.3    2.8    3.4
Unallocated                             0.1   -0.7   -0.4   -0.3
Operating profit total                 11.3   10.2   10.3   13.2

Financial items                         0.4    0.3    0.1    0.0
Profit before taxes                    11.7   10.5   10.4   13.2

Income taxes                           -3.8   -3.5   -3.2   -4.2
Net profit for the period               7.9    7.0    7.2    9.0
Profit attributable to:
Equity holders of the parent            7.7    6.9    6.9    8.6
company
Minority interest                       0.2    0.1    0.3    0.4

OPERATING PROFIT %
Energy                                  7.0    7.5    7.2    7.5
Forest Industry                         9.9    8.3    8.1   11.7
Infrastructure & Environment            6.0    6.8    5.5    7.0
Total                                   7.8    7.1    6.7    8.6

ORDER STOCK
Energy                                195.2  220.0  237.1  222.6
Forest Industry                        97.3  111.4  109.1  111.0
Infrastructure & Environment          159.5  187.6  185.3  183.7
Unallocated                             0.1    0.1    0.0    0.0
Total                                 452.1  519.1  531.5  517.3

Consulting and engineering            428.1  496.9  514.0  502.1
EPC                                    24.0   22.2   17.5   15.2
Total                                 452.1  519.1  531.5  517.3

The figures in the interim report
are unaudited.