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SEMINAR: DOING BUSINESS IN RIO GRANDE DO SUL - BRAZIL
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  • Doing Business in Rio Grande do Sul:

    Petrochemicals Sector

  • Brazilian Petrochemical Industry

    EXTRACTION Raw Materials

    1st GENERATION Basic Petrochemicals

    2nd GENERATION Thermoplastic Resins

    3rd GENERATION Plastic Converters

    COMPETITIVE INTEGRATION

    NAPHTHA CONDENSATE ETHANE/PROPANE

    ADDED VALUE COMPETITIVINESS

    MARKET LEADERSHIP

    Biggest Producer of Resin in the Americas

    COST COMPETITIVENESS Integration with Scale

    TECHNOLOGICAL AUTONOMY Know-How

  • Strong and consistent growth since foundation

  • GLOBAL AND AMERICAS RANKING

    Resulted in production scale and competitiveness

    510

    Braskem after

    acquisitions

    Exxon Mobil Dow Lyondell Basell

    Braskem Formosa Shintech Chevron Philips

    Quattor Sunoco

    Lyondell Basell

    Exxon Mobil SINO PEC Dow Formosa SABIC Ineos Braskem after

    acquisitions

    Total IPIC Reliance PetroChina Braskem

    3.965

    3.005

    1.230

    4.077

    7.480

    5.307

    4.200

    627

    4.827

    2.525

    1.731

    4.256

    1.995

    1.090

    510

    1.050

    822

    1.210

    3.595 3.082

    2.340

    2.340

    2.311

    2.311

    1.040

    875

    1.915

    950

    950

    1

    4

    10.914

    9.311 8.668

    7.480 7.284 7.109 6.541 6.264

    4.681 4.564 4.303 4.79 3.595

    8

    12

    CAPACITY IN THE AMERICAS (kt/p.a.)

    GLOBAL CAPACITY (kt/p.a.)

    PE

    PP

    PVC

    4o

  • 35 industrial units

    Source: Braskem

    Industrial Presence

    Projects

    Bahia - Brazil

    1 UNIB

    4 PE

    1 PP

    1 PVC

    1 Chlorine Soda

    Alagoas - Brazil

    1 PVC

    1 Chlorine Soda

    So Paulo - Brazil

    2 UNIB

    2 PE

    2 PP

    Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

    1 UNIB

    1 PE

    1 PP

    Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil

    2 UNIB

    5 PE

    2 PP

    United States

    5 PP Neal | La Porte | Marcus

    Hook | Freeport | Seadrift

    Germany

    2 PP Wesseling | Schkopau

  • Camaari Bahia

    Duque de Caxias Rio de Janeiro

    Santo Andr So Paulo

    Triunfo Rio Grande do

    Sul

    Basic Petrochemical Sites in Brazil

  • Consistent evolution of eco-efficiency indicators

    Braskem pro forma data for 2002.

    2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

    3,97

    3,83

    4,25 4,26

    4,29

    4,50

    3,83

    4,14 4,15

    Water Consumption (m/t)

    +1%

    2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

    11,90

    11,47

    11,12

    11,55 11,46 11,47

    11,83

    11,27

    10,65

    Energy Consumption (GJ/t)

    -10%

    2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

    5,78

    4,52

    3,53 3,28 3,41 3,10 3,38

    2,40 2,21

    Residue Generation (kg/t)

    -62%

    2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

    1,94 1,74

    1,40 1,50 1,34 1,28 1,44 1,40

    1,24

    Effluent Generation (m/t)

    -36%

  • Braskem: Economic and Financial Performance

    KEY FINANCIAL ASPECTS:

    USD million 2010 2011 %

    NET REVENUE 15,828 19,852 +25

    Exports 26% 33%

    EBITDA 2,308 2,246 -3

    EBITDA Margin 14.6% 11.3% 457 581 871 851 764

    1.626 1.337

    1.638

    2.308 2.246

    19,1 19,3

    23,1

    18,0

    14,1

    16,9

    13,5 14,0 14,6

    11,3

    0

    5

    10

    15

    20

    25

    0

    1000

    2000

    3000

    4000

    5000

    6000

    7000

    2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

    EBITDA (USD Million) EBITDA Margin (%)

    CAGR 19%

  • Global Presence

    Algeria, Angola, Argentina, Belgium,

    Bolivia, British Virgin Islands,

    Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China,

    Colombia, Congo, Costa Rica,

    Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El

    Salvador, England, France, Gabon,

    Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala,

    India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Ivory

    Coast, Japan, Kenya, Libya, Mexico,

    Morocco , Netherlands, Nicaragua,

    Nigeria, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay,

    Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Senegal,

    Singapore, South Africa, South Korea,

    Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan,

    Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, United

    Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United

    States of America, Uruguay and

    Venezuela

  • Ownership Structure

    Fonte: Braskem

    Odebrecht as the controlling shareholder reinforces Braskems condition as a listed privately-owned company

    Odebrecht appoints Chairman, CEO and CFO

    Mutual right of preference between Odebrecht and Petrobras in case of decision to sell shareholder interests in the company

    Braskem rated as Investment Grade by Moodys, S&P and Fitchs

    Sole vehicle for petrochemical investments of both shareholders, Braskem has the right

    To lead all petrochemical investments identified by Petrobras

    If not of its interest, has the right to commercialize such products

    Governance

  • Odebrecht Businesses

  • ODB: Economic and Financial Performance 2011

    USD ? billions

    USD 23.8 billions

    and Others

    KEY FINANCIAL ASPECTS:

    USD billion 2010 2011

    Gross Revenue 31.7V ?

    Net Profit 1.6 ?

    GROSS REVENUE

  • 2002

    To become the leader in thermoplastic resins in Latin

    America

    2005

    Revision of 2012 Strategy

    To be among the worlds 10 largest

    petrochemical companies in market value

    2006

    POLITENO

    2007

    IPIRANGA

    COPESUL

    2008

    Revision of 2020 Strategy

    2009

    PETROQUMICA

    TRIUNFO

    2010

    TRIKEM

    POLIALDEN

    PAULINIA QUATTOR

    SUNOCO

    Be the world leader in sustainable chemistry, innovating to better serve people

    2020 VISION

    DOW

    2011

  • Acquisition of Dows Polypropylene Business

    US

    1. Freeport: 320kt/y

    2. Seadrift: 185kt/y

    Germany

    1. Wesseling: 225kt/y

    2. Schkopau: 320kt/y

  • On the path to leadership sustainable chemicals

  • Growth with improved competitiveness

    Source: Braskem

    Projects with Petrobras

    PVC Alagoas

    Expansion of capacity to 200 kt/year of PVC in Alagoas

    Investments of around US$ 500 million, and operational startup expected in the 2nd half of 2012

    Butadiene Rio Grande do Sul

    Expansion of capacity to 100 kt/year at an investment of R$ 300 million

    Partnership with Petrobras for new projects (under appraisal)

    Comperj: production and sale of resins and basic petrochemical products. Located in Rio de Janeiro state

    BRAZIL

    New Projects

  • Growth with improved competitiveness

    Source: Braskem

    Projects with Petrobras

    ETHYLENE XXI PROJECT: Startup in 2015

    MEXICO

    New Projects

    Partnership with the Mexican group IDESA (65% Braskem, 35% IDESA) to build an integrated petrochemical complex to produce 1 Mt/year

    ethylene and 1 Mt/year of PE using raw material (ethane) supplied by PEMEX

    Investments estimated at US$ 3 billion over 5 years

  • Growth with improved competitiveness

    Source: Braskem

    Projects with Petrobras

    JVs WITH PEQUIVEN THROUGH FINANCING OF PROJECT WITH NET EQUITY OF JUST 30% (UNDER ANALYSIS)

    VENEZUELA

    New Projects

    Polipropileno del Sur Propilsur

    ~350 kt/year of PP

    Polietilenos de America Polimerica

    1.3 Mt of ethylene and 1.1 Mt/year of PE

    Braskem, Petrobras and PetroPer concluded studies for the technical and economic pre-feasibility of an integrated project to produce between 600 kt and 1,000 kt/year of ethane and polyethylene using the natural gas available in Peru as raw material

    PERU

  • Products Portfolio

    :: Ethylene

    :: Propylene Chemical Gd.

    :: Propylene Polymer Gd.

    :: Butadiene

    :: Paraxylene

    :: Benzene

    :: Toluene Nitration

    :: Orthoxilene

    :: Isoprene

    :: Butene-1

    :: Dicyclopentadiene

    :: Pyperilenes

    :: Hydrogen

    :: Methane Stream

    :: M. T. B. E.

    :: Heavy Condensate

    :: E. T. B. E.

    :: RAP

    :: Heavy C4

    :: Petrochemical Oil BTE

    :: Propane High Purity

    :: LDPE

    :: LLDPE

    :: HDPE

    :: UHMW-PE

    :: EVA

    :: Green PE

    :: Homopolymer

    :: Raco

    :: Heco

    :: Electricity

    :: Steam

    :: Water

    :: Air

    :: PVC

    :: EDC

    :: Sodium

    :: Chlorine

    :: Mixed Xilenes

    :: Solvent AB9

    :: Toluene Solvent

    :: AB10+

    :: PGH Stream

    :: Coperaf1

    :: C6 Solvent

    :: Aguarras Mineral

    :: Light Aliphatic Solvent

    :: Dehydrated Ethanol

    :: C6C8 Rafinate

    :: Autom. Gasoline

    :: L P G

    :: Carbureting Residue

    :: AB9 Solvent

    :: C7C8 Aromatic

    :: Pyrolisis C9

    :: Diesel

    :: Caprolactam

    :: Amonium Sulfate

    :: Cyclohexane

    :: Cyclohexanone

    :: Nitrol

    Basic Petrochemicals Polymers

    Petrochemicals Solvents Fuels

    Utilities CPL

    PEs PPs

    Vinyls

  • Braskem Organization Chart Braskems Shareholding Structure Braskem Organization Chart

  • Braskem Organization Chart Braskems Shareholding Structure Basic Petrochemical Organization Chart

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