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  • 1. Corporate PresentationJanuary 2012
  • 2. 1DisclaimerThis document does not constitute or form part of and should not be construed as, an offer to sell or issue or the solicitation of an offer to buy oracquire securities of EVRAZ plc (“EVRAZ”) or any of its subsidiaries in any jurisdiction (including, without limitation, EVRAZ Group S.A.) (collectively,the “Group”) or an inducement to enter into investment activity. No part of this document, nor the fact of its distribution, should form the basis of,or be relied on in connection with, any contract or commitment or investment decision whatsoever. No representation, warranty or undertaking,express or implied, is made as to, and no reliance should be placed on, the fairness, accuracy, completeness or correctness of the information orthe opinions contained herein. None of EVRAZ or any of its affiliates, advisors or representatives shall have any liability whatsoever (in negligenceor otherwise) for any loss howsoever arising from any use of this document or its contents or otherwise arising in connection with the document.This document contains “forward-looking statements”, which include all statements other than statements of historical facts, including, withoutlimitation, any statements preceded by, followed by or that include the words “targets”, “believes”, “expects”, “aims”, “intends”, “will”, “may”,“anticipates”, “would”, “could” or similar expressions or the negative thereof. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks,uncertainties and other important factors beyond EVRAZ‟s control that could cause the actual results, performance or achievements of EVRAZ tobe materially different from future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking, including, among others,the achievement of anticipated levels of profitability, growth, cost and synergy of recent acquisitions, the impact of competitive pricing, the abilityto obtain necessary regulatory approvals and licenses, the impact of developments in the Russian economic, political and legal environment,volatility in stock markets or in the price of the Group‟s shares or GDRs, financial risk management and the impact of general business and globaleconomic conditions.Such forward-looking statements are based on numerous assumptions regarding EVRAZ‟s present and future business strategies and theenvironment in which the Group will operate in the future. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties because theyrelate to events and depend on circumstances that may or may not occur in the future. These forward-looking statements speak only as at thedate as of which they are made, and EVRAZ expressly disclaims any obligation or undertaking to disseminate any updates or revisions to anyforward-looking statements contained herein to reflect any change in EVRAZ‟s expectations with regard thereto or any change in events, conditionsor circumstances on which any such statements are based.Neither EVRAZ, nor any of its agents, employees or advisors intends or has any duty or obligation to supplement, amend, update or revise any ofthe forward-looking statements contained in this document.The information contained in this document is provided as at the date of this document and is subject to change without notice.
  • 3. 2EVRAZ in Brief◦ One of the largest vertically integrated steel and mining companies in the world◦ Leader in the Russian and CIS construction and railway products markets◦ A lead player in the European and North American plate and large diameter pipe markets◦ One of the world’s lowest cost steel producers due to production efficiency and high level of vertical integration◦ One of the leading producers in the global vanadium market◦ In 2011, EVRAZ produced 16.8 million tonnes of crude steel and 15.2 million tonnes of steel products◦ 2010 consolidated revenue amounted to US$13.4 billion; EBITDA was US$2.4 billion◦ GDRs listed on London Stock Exchange since June 2005, shares listed in the Premium segment of the LSE since 7 November 2011◦ EVRAZ is a FTSE 100 company and the only steel stock in UK FTSE All-Share Index
  • 4. Recent Developments and Outlook
  • 5. 4 Recent Market Developments Update EVRAZ Selling Prices US$/t◦ Positive dynamics in export prices at the beginning of 1,200 2012 will have limited effect on Q1 2012 results as we are currently selling early March export volumes 1,000◦ Recent pricing for long products outperforms flat 800◦ Visibility in the Russian market is still low after New Year 600 holiday season, though retail steel prices in Russia are 400 slightly growing Jan-10 Apr-10 Jul-10 Oct-10 Jan-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12◦ Vertical integration model helps mitigate the effects of Rebars, Russia, FCA Billets, Russia, export (1) raw materials prices volatility Slabs, Russia, export (1) Plate, North America, FCA◦ Current steelmaking capacity utilisation: Weighted average contract prices (1) ◦ Russia – 100% Source: Company data ◦ Ukraine – 100% Raw Material Prices (Domestic Markets) ◦ Czech Republic – 60% US$/t ◦ North America – 100% 500 ◦ South Africa – 100% 400◦ EVRAZ order book (external sales) currently stands at 300 approx. US$250 mln representing 1.2 months‟ 200 production 100 0 Jan-10 Apr-10 Jul-10 Oct-10 Jan-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Jan-12 Scrap, Russia, CPT Scrap, USA, CPT Iron ore concentrate, Russia, ExW Coking coal concentrate, Russia, FCA Source: Metall Expert
  • 6. 5 2011 Quarterly Production Volumes Q4 to Q3 comparison: Steel Products(1) „000 tonnes ◦ Production of steel and steel products increased by 3% 3,974 following completion of scheduled maintenance 3,780 3,697 3,783 ◦ Share of semi-finished steel grew due to seasonally lower demand for finished goods in Russia ◦ Coking coal production recovered after negative factors of the first three quarters were resolved ◦ Prices for steel products and coking coal declined reflecting negative seasonality and market volatility Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Semi-Finished Railway Other, incl. tubular Construction Flat Rolled Products Iron Ore (Saleable Products) Coal (Mined) Vanadium „000 tonnes „000 tonnes tonnes 5,436 6,000 5,396 5,379 4,960 3,261 3,197 5,269 5,438 5,256 2,611 2,699 4,897 4,000 2,000 4,936 5,222 4,804 5,780 0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Vanadium in Slag (gross production) Coking Steam Raspadskaya (2) Vanadium in Final Products (saleable)(1) Net of re-rolled volumes(2) Calculated as 40% of total Raspadskaya production
  • 7. 6 FY 2011 Operational Results◦ 2011 consolidated crude steel production was 16.8 mt, Production of Steel Products +3% vs. 2010 „000 tonnes 15,234◦ Major steelmaking assets operated at full capacity 15,000 14,698 through 2011 12,000◦ Steel product mix shifted further in favour of high value- 9,000 added finished goods 6,000◦ Coking coal production decreased by 16% due to 3,000 longwalll repositionings and additional implementation of safety equipment and procedures 0 2010 2011◦ Prices for steel products and coking coal improved Semi-finished products Construction products Railway products Flat-rolled products Tubular products Other steel products Production of Coal Production of Saleable Iron Ore Products„000 tonnes „000 tonnes 21,170 19,805 11,339 20,00012,000 9,268 3,830 16,000 9,000 2,965 12,000 6,000 8,000 7,509 6,303 3,000 4,000 0 0 2010 2011 2010 2011 Raw Coking Coal Raw Steam Coal
  • 8. 7Trading Update for 3Q and 9M 2011 9M 2011/ (US$ million) 3Q 2011 9M 2011 9M 2010 9M 2010, change, %Revenue 4,157 12,537 9,729 28.9%EBITDA 772 2,401 1,766 36.0%Interest expense 164 551 547 0.7%CAPEX 483 945 584 61.8%Steel product sales * 3,390 10,094 7,862 28.4%Iron ore product sales * 134 488 230 112.2%Coal product sales * 102 308 263 17.1%Vanadium product sales * 160 462 393 17.6%Other revenues * 371 1,185 981 20.8% As of 30 Sep As of 31 Dec Change, % 2011 2010Total debt 7,214 7,811 -7.6%Cash and cash equivalents 578 683 -15.4%* External sales
  • 9. 8 Move to Premium Listing EVRAZ‟s redomiciliation to the UK from Luxembourg and a premium share listing and admission to trading on the Main Market of the LSE since 7 November 2011◦ Existing GDR listing and trading will be cancelled following termination on 8 February 2011 of the deposit agreement with The Bank of New York Mellon◦ Following FTSE Committee Quarterly Review on 7 December 2011 EVRAZ became a FTSE 100 company and the only steel stock in UK FTSE All-Share index◦ Benefits of the premium listing : ◦ Broader shareholder base ◦ Improvement in long-term access to capital ◦ Improved liquidity ◦ Committed to high standards of corporate governance
  • 10. 9 Dividend Policy◦ On 10 October 2011 the EVRAZ Board approved a new dividend policy and the payment of interim and special dividends for 1H 2011◦ First dividend payment since 2008◦ The Company believes that the new policy and dividend payment creates a balanced approach towards return on shareholder equity whilst retaining sufficient capital for the Group‟s investment growth◦ Under the revised dividend policy EVRAZ will target to maintain a long-term average dividend payout ratio of at least 25 % of the consolidated net profit calculated in accordance with IFRS and adjusted for non-recurring items, for the relevant period. Dividends are expected to be paid semi-annually◦ In addition to the regular dividend payments the Company may also employ special dividends from time to time at the discretion of the EVRAZ Board to return surplus capital to shareholders
  • 11. 10OutlookGlobal economy and the steel industry continue to face challenges and remain very volatileEVRAZ maintains full steelmaking capacity utilisation of major production assetsInventories at traders and at our mills and ports are very lowTrading at the end of 2011 was impacted by the seasonal change in the product mix in favour of lower-margin semi-finished products and lower prices for main product groups due to volatile global economicenvironmentSteelmaking pricing in the beginning of 2012 is slightly better supported by expectations of growth inscrap and iron ore prices and very low inventory levelEVRAZ continuously assesses the market environment and has significant flexibility in CAPEX plans4Q 2011 EBITDA is expected to be in the range of US$500-600 million
  • 12. EVRAZ Investment Highlights
  • 13. 12Investment Highlights◦ #15 steel producer by volume globally and #1 in Russia◦ Low cost operations driven by vertically integrated business model◦ Exposure to growing construction and infrastructure markets globally◦ Strong position in growing Russian market◦ Successful track record of strategic acquisitions◦ Multiple opportunities to drive growth◦ Focus on HSE
  • 14. 13 Global Operating Model 240 Russia/CIS 402 6,420 2,607 1,054 Europe 400 590 4,208 North America 110 Asia 410 2010 Steel Sales Volume South America Africa 2010 Steel Sales Volume by Geography 110 by Product Africa Other Tubular 4% Europe 3% 6% Construction 9% Russia & CIS Steel Mills Railway 32% 12% North 42% Iron Ore MiningAmerica Coal Mining Flat- 17% Vanadium rolled 17% Sea Ports Semi- Asia finished 29% Mezhegey Coal Mill in Development 29% # Third Party Steel Products Sales (Kt), 2010 # Internal Supply of Slabs and Billets from Russian Steel Mills (Kt)
  • 15. 14 Cost Leadership Cash Cost*, Slabs & Billets◦ High level of vertical integration into iron ore and coking US$/t coal helps to partially mitigate negative impact of 500 441 459 437 479 446 escalating prices 364 378 411 400 354 350 438 317◦ Approx. 60% of consolidated operating costs are rouble 298 395 401 371 355 265 356 369 300 349 246 256 333 denominated 294 271 280 200 216◦ EVRAZ enjoys a position on the global cost curve well 100 200 179 within the first quartile 1Q08 2Q08 3Q08 4Q08 1Q09 2Q09 3Q09 4Q09 1Q10 2Q10 3Q10 4Q10 1Q11 2Q11 3Q11 Slab Billet *Average for Russian steel mills, integrated cash cost of production, EXW Consolidated Cost of Revenues by Cost Elements Sep‟11 Average Steel Slab Cash Cost by Region (EXW) Cash Cost ($/metric tonne) 1H 2011, % 1H 2010, % 720 of total CoR of total CoR World Average: 597 600 Raw materials, including 39% 37% Iron ore 7% 6% 480 Coking coal 12% 11% 360 Scrap 14% 13% 240 Other raw materials 6% 7% Semi-finished products 7% 4% 120 Transportation 5% 6% 0 12% 12% W. Europe (3) Staff costs S.America Africa Australia Mid. East USA Asia Brazil South Korea India China E. Europe Japan Mexico Canada Russia & Depreciation 7% 8% Electricity 5% 5% CIS Natural gas 4% 4% Other costs 21% 24% Cumulative Capacity Source: World Steel Dynamics
  • 16. 15 Exposure to Growth in Construction and Infrastructure Construction Steel Consumption in Russia ◦ EVRAZ is best positioned to benefit from infrastructure MMt development in its key markets 15 ◦ EVRAZ is the leading producer of long products in 10 8.6 7.9 Russia 6.2 ◦ Market share of 86% in H-beams, 66% in 5 channels, 89% in rails and 36% in wheels* ◦ Russian construction steel demand expected to reach 0 pre-crisis levels in 2012 2009 2010 2011(f) ◦ We expect construction steel demand to reach Consumption of Construction Steel in Russia approximately 11 MMt in 2015 ◦ Over US$30 bn of capital investments by the Russian Russian Government Capital Investments Government planned for 2011 US$ bn ◦ Key programmes include construction related to the 40 (1) Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, infrastructure 32 development for the APEC 2012 summit in Vladivostok, 26 Skolkovo innovation centre 20 ◦ Russia committed to invest over US$50 bn in 13 preparation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup (estimated steel requirement of 2.0-2.5 MMt) 0 ◦ Russian Railways approved investment programme for 2009 2010 2011(f) 2011-2013 of US$18.4 bnSource: Russian Government, press (1) RUB 895 bn * As of H1 2011
  • 17. Investment Projects
  • 18. 17Growth ProjectsProjects in Final Stage of Completion◦ Rail mill modernisation enabling production of high value-added products◦ PCI installation at Russian steel millsProjects in Progress◦ Construction of Yerunakovskaya VIII mine, 2 mtpa of coking coal◦ Exploration of Sobstvenno-Kachkanarskoye iron ore deposit to increase KGOK production to 55 mtpa◦ Construction of Yuzhny and Kostanay rolling mills in regions where demand is growing (South Russia and Kazakhstan): total 900,000 tpa of construction productsProjects under Consideration◦ Mezhegey coking coal deposit development◦ Joint venture with Alrosa to develop Timir iron ore deposit in Yakutia◦ Construction of 2nd converter shop at EVRAZ NTMK: steel capacity increase of 1-1.5 mtpa
  • 19. 18 CAPEX Dynamics ◦ Return to investment in modernisation projects and mine development in 2010 ◦ FY 2011 CAPEX of US$1.2 billion US$ mln 1,200 1,103 1,000 832 800 600 441 462 400 200 - 2008 2009 2010 1H 2011 Maintenance, Steel and other operations Coal mine development ** 2011 Budget Iron ore mine development Investment projects* CAPEX* In 2010 includes US$70 million acquisition of Mezhegey and Mezhegey East licences** Investment into maintaining and developing mining volumes, such as preparation of coal seams
  • 20. 19Update on Key Investment Projects Cum CAPEX by 30.06. 31.12. Total CAPEX 20111 2011Project $US mln $US mln Project TargetsIron ore & coal  Iron ore production to be increased to 55 mtpaExpansion of Kachkanar Mine 80 44  On-stream by 2012Development of Mezhegey and Eastern Field Coal  Maintaining self-sufficiency in high-quality hard coking coalDeposits (Tyva, Russia) TBD 80 (2) after depletion of existing deposits  On-stream by 2015 and 2021 respectively  Coal production of 2 mtpaYerunakovskava Mine Construction 350 35  On-stream by mid-2013Steel  Capacity of 950k tonnes of high-speed rails, including 450kReconstruction of Rail Mill at United ZSMK 520 305 tonnes of 100 metre rails(Former NKMK)  On-stream by 2013  Production of higher-quality railsReconstruction of Rail Mill at NTMK 60 58  550k tonnes capacity  On-stream by 2012  20% lower coke consumptionPulverised Coal Injection (PCI)  Save annually up to 650 mcm of natural gas at NTMK and up 320 170at NTMK and ZSMK to 600 mcm at ZSMK  On-stream by end-2012Reconstruction of Mechanical Area at  Production of higher-quality wheels 35 23NTMK Wheel & Tyre Mill  On-stream by 2011Construction of Yuzhny and Kostanay  Capacity: 450 ktpa of construction products each mill 260 57Rolling Mills  On-stream by mid-2013 (1) Total 2011 capex is ca. $US1.2 bn (2) Acquisition of Mezhegey and Mezhegey East licences
  • 21. 20SummaryVolatile market environment in H2 2011 and beginning of 2012 due to global economic and financialuncertaintyGroup‟s vertically integrated business model is relatively resilient to market fluctuationsImproved liquidity position and reduced debt level following continuous refinancing in 2011Renewed investment into enhancing the mining base, production modernisation and product quality areexpected to bear fruit in 2012The premium share listing in London and FTSE 100 inclusion to improve liquidity and shareholder baseCompany now on sound footing to achieve further growth and is well prepared to efficiently operateeven in the prolonged period of market uncertainty
  • 22. Appendix
  • 23. 22 1H 2011 SummaryUS$ mln unless otherwise stated 1H 2011 1H 2010 ChangeRevenue 8,380 6,379 31%Gross profit 2,197 1,460 50%Consolidated adjusted EBITDA* 1,629 1,154 41%Adjusted EBITDA margin 19.4% 18.1%Net Profit** 263 176 49%EPS (US$ per GDR) 0.62 0.42 48%Interim Dividend (US$ per GDR) 0.2 0Steel sales volumes*** (‟000 tonnes) 7,946 7,714 3% As of As of 30 June 2011 31 Dec 2010 ChangeNet Debt 6,042 7,127 (15)%Short-term Debt 604 714 (15)%* Consolidated adjusted EBITDA represents profit from operations plus depreciation and amortisation, impairment of assets, foreign exchange loss (gain) and loss (gain) on disposal ofPP&E. See appendix on p.30 for reconciliation of profit (loss) from operations to Adjusted EBITDA** Net profit in 1H 2011 was negatively affected by one-off items. Without one-off losses of US$231 million relating to the conversion and early repurchase of debts the 1H 2011 net profitwould have been US$494 million*** Here and throughout the presentation steel sales volumes to external customers only if not stated otherwise
  • 24. 23 1H 2011 Financial Highlights◦ Significant growth in revenues and EBITDA in 1H 2011 vs. 1H 2010 as a result of market recovery◦ Revenue growth was driven primarily by prices increases as EVRAZ operated at high capacity utilisation levels in 1H 2011◦ EVRAZ benefits from high level of vertical integration◦ Major share of revenues coming from Steel segment, while more than half of EBITDA generated in Mining segment Consolidated Revenue by Segment Consolidated Adjusted EBITDAUS$ mln US$ mln12,000 1,629 8,380 482 1,800 8310,000 1,154 6,379 320 2,040 1,500 8,000 414 62 290 1,200 55 962 1,120 6,000 390 900 4,000 7,492 600 5,796 803 744 2,000 300 0 0 (156) (3) (1,241) (157) (1,954)-2,000 -300 1H 2010 1H 2011 1H 2010 1H 2011 Steel Mining Vanadium Other operations Eliminations Steel Mining Vanadium Other operations Unallocated & Eliminations
  • 25. 24 FCF Generation ◦ Substantial free cash flow generation in 1H 2011 ◦ Release of working capital in spite of higher level of activity and higher prices ◦ Major uses of FCF in 1H2011 were: US$402 million increase in cash, US$275 million net repayment of loan principals, US$51 million purchase of non-controlling interests (Evraztrans) US$ mln 2000 134 1800 41 1,670 1,629 1,594 1600 (210) 1400 1200 (386) 1000 5 751 800 600 (462) 400 200 0 EBITDA 1H Non-cash EBITDA (excl. Changes in Income tax CF from Interest paid Capex CF from Free cash 2011 items non-cash working paid operating and costs of investing flow* items) capital, excl activities early activities income tax repurchase of (excl. capex) debts*Free cash flow comprises cash flows from operating activities less interest paid, costs of early repurchase of debts and cash flows frominvesting activities
  • 26. 25 Liquidity and Debt Maturity Profile ◦ Refinancing steps significantly strengthened the Group‟s liquidity profile: ◦ In April 2011, EVRAZ issued US$850m bonds due 2018 at 6.75%, the lowest ever coupon for EVRAZ Eurobond issues ◦ Part of the proceeds from the issue was used to purchase approx. US$622m in aggregate principal amount of the outstanding bonds due 2013 ◦ In June 2011, Evraz issued a 20 billion 5-year rouble bond (approx. US$715m) at 8.40%, and incentivised conversion of US$648 million in principal amount of convertible bonds due 2014 ◦ In October 2011, the 5-year US$500 million unsecured credit facility with Gazprombank was used to prepay the existing US$300 million secured loan ◦ In December 2011, closed a US$610 million 5-year committed revolving credit facility for EVRAZ NA at 1.5-2% over LIBOR, refinancing US$225 million and CAD300 million facilities at 3.25-4.25% over LIBOR ◦ EVRAZ‟s total debt was US$7.2 billion as of 30 September 2011, including US$4.7 billion of public debt and US$2.5 billion of bank loans ◦ Targeting net debt/EBITDA ratio below 2.5x Debt* Maturities Schedule (as of 30 September 2011)US$ mln 2,000 1,713 1,452 1,373 1,374 1,500 1,000 659 301 500 194 30 33 0 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019-2023 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 * Principal debt (excl. interest payments)
  • 27. 26 Improved Business Fundamentals ◦ EBITDA and EBITDA margin progression 31 December 30 June ◦ Focus on financial management 2009 2011 ◦ Reduction of total debt level Net Debt US$7,230m US$6,042m ◦ Significant improvement of leverage Leverage (Net Debt/LTM 5.8x 2.1x ◦ Successful refinancing of short-term debt using debt EBITDA) instruments with longer term maturities Average Maturity 3.4 years 3.8 years ◦ EVRAZ credit ratings upgraded: S&P to B+, Stable; Moody‟s to Ba3, Stable; Fitch to BB-, Stable Short-term Debt US$1,992m US$604m EBITDA and EBITDA Margin Performance US$ MM %2,000 18% 17% 19% 20% 15%1,500 15% 10%1,000 10% 1,629 500 1,154 1,196 5% 769 468 0 0% 1H2009 2H2009 1H2010 2H2010 1H2011 EBITDA EBITDA Margin (RHS)
  • 28. 27 Steel: CIS Steel Product Sales, Domestic vs. Export ◦ Full utilisation of Russian and Ukrainian steelmaking „000 tonnes capacities maintained in 2011 ◦ In 1H 2011 domestic steel sales accounted for 68% of 6,000 5,532 5,541 EVRAZ‟s Russian and Ukrainian mills‟ steel sales 5,000 32% compared to 53% in 1H 2010, reflecting improving 4,000 47% demand in the CIS market and the shift to sales of higher 3,000 margin products 2,000 68% ◦ 53% High market share in domestic sales through own 1,000 distribution network 0 ◦ Prices of key products strengthened in response to 1H 2010 1H 2011 demand recovery and growth in raw material prices Domestic Export Steel Product Sales Volumes Steel Product Revenues„000 tonnes Revenue, Revenue per tonne, 5,541 Products 5,532 US$m US$ 6,000 387 512 5,000 785 813 1H 2010 1H 2011 1H 2010 1H 2011 4,000 2,100 Semi-finished 1,112 1,159 492 630 3,000 2,378 2,000 Construction 1,275 1,833 607 771 1,000 2,260 1,838 Railway 541 734 689 903 0 Other steel 247 422 638 824 1H 2010 1H 2011 Total 3,175 4,148 574 749 Semi-finished Construction Railway Other
  • 29. 28 Steel: North America ◦ Gradual recovery in demand ◦ Sales volumes of steel products increased by 4% in 1H 2011 vs. 1H 2010 ◦ Flat-rolled steel volumes increased by 11%; railway products by 34% ◦ Average prices of all product categories increased with the largest increase in flat-rolled products (+US$266/t) ◦ Pricing of steel products generally follows scrap price trends Steel Product Sales Volumes Steel Product Revenues„000 tonnes 1,276 1,321 Revenue, Revenue per tonne, Products1,400 US$m US$1,200 4031,000 436 1H 2010 1H 2011 1H 2010 1H 2011 800 Construction 154 153 782 927 600 462 511 and other 400 Railway 172 249 950 1,029 181 242 200 197 Flat-rolled 400 578 866 1,131 165 0 1H 2010 1H 2011 Tubular 601 589 1,378 1,461 Total 1,327 1,569 1,040 1,188 Construction & other steel Railway Flat-rolled Tubular
  • 30. 29 Steel: Europe, South Africa Steel Product Sales Volumes,◦ EVRAZ‟s European mills sales volumes increased by European Operations „000 tonnes 23% in 1H 2011 vs. 1H 2010 740◦ European flat-rolled product sales volumes increased 800 700 603 109 by 23%, which largely reflected the increased 600 92 500 demand picture in the European market 400◦ Sales of EVRAZ Highveld‟s steel products were 300 200 511 631 effectively flat as domestic demand in the South 100 African market remained weak 0 1H 2010 1H 2011 Flat-rolled Other Steel Product Revenues Steel Product Sales Volumes, South African Operations Revenue, Revenue per tonne, „000 tonnesProducts US$m US$ 1H 2010 1H 2011 1H 2010 1H 2011 400 343 350 302 European Operations 52 300 10Flat-rolled 345 598 675 948 250Other 74 104 804 954 200 195 183Total 419 702 695 949 150 100 South African Operations 50 97 108Construction 70 89 721 824 -Flat-rolled 138 159 708 869 1H 2010 1H 2011Other 7 36 700 692 Construction Flat-rolled OtherTotal 215 284 712 828
  • 31. 30 Mining: Integrated Portfolio of Iron Ore and Coking Coal◦ As of 1H 2011 EVRAZ was 99% self-sufficient in iron ore and Cash Cost, Russian Iron Ore Products and Coal 62% in coking coal (88% including 40% share of production US$/t from Raspadskaya) 100 90◦ Cash cost of washed coking coal went up in 3Q 2011 due to 80 drop in production volumes and increased repair costs 70◦ EVRAZ‟s strategy is to expand its mining division increasing 60 50 self-sufficiency 40◦ The company is developing a number of projects including 30 20 the Mezhegey and Yerunakovsky VIII coal deposits and the 1Q08 2Q08 3Q08 4Q08 1Q09 2Q09 3Q09 4Q09 1Q10 2Q10 3Q10 4Q10 1Q11 2Q11 3Q11 Kachkanar iron ore deposit Iron ore products (Fe 58%) Washed coking coal (concentrate) Iron Ore Self-Coverage (1), 2009-H1 2011 Washed Coking Coal (Concentrate) Self-Coverage (2)„000 tonnes „000 tonnes 99% 96% 90% 102% 99% 137% 125% 90% 80% 88% 6,000 5,288 12,000 10,397 10,635 10,455 4,795 9,955 9,608 9,981 10,191 10,355 4,218 4,053 8,859 8,809 4,021 3,850 3,501 3,642 3,229 3,402 8,000 3,000 4,000 3,499 3,299 2,191 2,506 2,404 100%(3) 78%(3) 54%(3) 62%(3) 62%(3) 0 0 H1 2009 H2 2009 H1 2010 H2 2010 H1 2011 H1 2009 H2 2009 H1 2010 H2 2010 H1 2011 Consumption Production Consumption Production Excl. Raspadskaya Raspadskaya Production (1) Self-coverage, %= total production divided by total steel segment consumption (2) Self-coverage, %= total production (plus 40% of Raspadskaya production on pro rata basis) divided by total steel segment consumption (3) Self-coverage excl. 40% Raspadskaya share
  • 32. 32London +44 207 832 8990Moscow +7 495 232 1370 IR@evraz.com www.evraz.com