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WILLIAMS ARCTIC TEAM Petrochemicals in Alaska: Background and Opportunities WILLIAMS ARCTIC TEAM Petrochemicals in Alaska: Background and Opportunities

Olefins - North America • The olefin business is in the early stages of Olefins - North America • The olefin business is in the early stages of restructuring and change. • Consolidation and integration through mergers and acquisitions. • Excellent market fundamentals- high growth. • New market forces influencing customer/supplier relationships. • Opportunities for Williams.

Ethylene Production Capacity by Region - 2000 Canada West 9. 0% Canada East 4. Ethylene Production Capacity by Region - 2000 Canada West 9. 0% Canada East 4. 0% U. S. Midwest 3. 0% Gulf Coast 83. 0% L: GRAPOWERPOINTTSHUPEEPCBR. PPT U. S. Northeast 1. 0%

U. S. Commodity Demand Growth Per Capita 650 160 Refining - U. S. Gasoline U. S. Commodity Demand Growth Per Capita 650 160 Refining - U. S. Gasoline Consumption, gallons/person Natural Gas - U. S. Nat Gas Production, MMSCF/person 600 140 Plastics - U. S. Plastics (PE+PP) Consumption, lb/person Electricity - U. S. Electricity Generation, Bkwh/person 550 120 500 100 Natural Gas 450 80 400 60 Gasoline Plastics Consumption: 4. 67% growth rate from 1989 1999 Plastics 350 40 300 20 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 250 1960 Electricity 0

U. S. Ethylene Consolidation 2004 1995 Top 5 70% Top 5 44% Other 18 U. S. Ethylene Consolidation 2004 1995 Top 5 70% Top 5 44% Other 18 56% Other 12 30% Total 51, 334 MMlbs. Total 65, 554 MMlbs.

Ethylene Integration Chain Ethylene Integration Chain

Ethylene Buyers and Sellers U. S. Gulf Coast Capabilities - 2002 Ethylene Buyers and Sellers U. S. Gulf Coast Capabilities - 2002

U. S. Olefin Industry is Changing • Consolidation - mergers and acquisitions will continue. U. S. Olefin Industry is Changing • Consolidation - mergers and acquisitions will continue. • Increased integration - leaving some smaller companies vulnerable to majors. • Storage hubs and the opportunity to trade around assets will occur. • E-commerce will speed up change and improve liquidity. Sales are occurring now. • These are major structural changes to the industry creating opportunities for the participants in the consolidation process.

U. S. Olefin Industry is Changing • 2000 U. S. light olefins and polyolefins U. S. Olefin Industry is Changing • 2000 U. S. light olefins and polyolefins - $41. 4 billion revenue. • Growth rates are projected to be strong. • New capacity will be needed by 2004. • In 2001, high feedstock prices shocked the industry and curtailed ethylene production. For a time, Naphtha became preferred feed over ethane. • Companies are looking for ways to manage their risk and stay competitive. They are looking for suppliers who don’t compete in downstream derivatives.

Williams Has a Significant Stake in the Business • Major supplier of NGL feedstock Williams Has a Significant Stake in the Business • Major supplier of NGL feedstock to chemical companies in the U. S. (~88, 000 BPD) and Canada (110, 000+ BPD). Therefore, already tied to the industry. • 5/12 ownership of ethylene cracker in Louisiana. • Refinery-grade propylene in Memphis. • Gulf Coast Off Gas project in Louisiana. • Off Gas project with polymer grade propylene in Alberta.

Williams’ Capabilities • Geismar acquisition has provided knowledge, physicals, storage and pipelines. This places Williams’ Capabilities • Geismar acquisition has provided knowledge, physicals, storage and pipelines. This places us as a merchant seller of ethylene and propylene. • Familiar with commodity markets. • Excellent customer service capabilities in supply, storage, transportation and risk management. • Expertise in trading and risk analysis tools. • Backward integrated.

Preliminary View of Alaska Extraction / Petchem Complex • Remove methane for Fairbanks supply Preliminary View of Alaska Extraction / Petchem Complex • Remove methane for Fairbanks supply • Remove ethane for ethylene production – estimate extracting 50, 000 BPD ethane • Ethylene is feedstock for polyethylene plant • Polyethylene pellets delivered by rail to Anchorage • Excess gas and liquids re-injected for delivery to Alberta and beyond

Potential Alaska Petchem Project North Slope Extraction plant Ethane cracker Natural gas to Fairbanks Potential Alaska Petchem Project North Slope Extraction plant Ethane cracker Natural gas to Fairbanks Polyethylene Plant Railroad Anchorage Alberta

Petrochemical Feasibility Study • Initiated on May 24, 2001 • Analysis ongoing. Preliminary results Petrochemical Feasibility Study • Initiated on May 24, 2001 • Analysis ongoing. Preliminary results favorable for world class polyethylene plant in Alaska • CMAI engaged to perform international market evaluation • CMAI evaluation due mid-October • Williams study targeted for November completion – Originally planned for 9 -12 months – Accelerated schedule to produce results in 6 months

Feasibility Study Components • • • Natural gas and ethane price forecasts and differentials Feasibility Study Components • • • Natural gas and ethane price forecasts and differentials Ethane extraction costs Identification of markets Cost factors for Alaska vs. other locations Polyethylene and ethylene glycol price, supply, and demand forecasts • Freight costs • By-product disposition

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