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  1. 1. Bio-based ChemicalsBraskemRodrigo Belloli<br />
  2. 2. Braskem: Largest petrochemical company in Americas and global leader in biopolymers<br />NAPHTHA<br />CONDENSED<br />GAS / ETHANOL<br />ADDED VALUE<br />COMPETITIVENESS<br />COMPETITIVE INTEGRATION<br />EXTRACTION<br />Raw Materials<br />1st GENERATION<br />Basic<br />Petrochemicals<br />2nd GENERATION<br />Thermoplastic<br />Resins<br />3rd GENERATION<br />PlasticConverters<br />Overview<br />Industrial: 28 BRA e 3 USA<br />Projects: MEX e VEN<br />Offices: EUR, ARG, CHI e COL<br />Dow PP Acquisition<br />1Sales Revenues<br />USD 19,7 billion<br />1EBITDA<br />USD 2,3 billion<br />Industrial Capacity<br />15 million ton/year<br />12010<br />
  3. 3. Braskem Sustainability Strategy based on solid pillars <br />To be the world leader in sustainable<br />chemistry, innovating to serve people better<br />Vision 2020<br />Sustainable operations and resources<br />Sustainable portfolio of products<br />Solutions to make everyone’s life more sustainable<br /><ul><li>Social development engagement
  4. 4. Plastic as a solution for sustainable development
  5. 5. Recycling of products
  6. 6. Current fossil-based products
  7. 7. Global Leader in Biopolymers
  8. 8. Other bio-based chemicals
  9. 9. Renewability of resources
  10. 10. Efficient use of energy, raw materials & water
  11. 11. Pollution control
  12. 12. CO2 capture & storage (CCS)
  13. 13. Responsible Chemical Safety
  14. 14. The best talent, a culture of innovation, a flexible & dynamic organization
  15. 15. The best practice processes and system</li></ul>Main <br />Enablers<br />
  16. 16. Biopolymers Strategy based on current technology growth and R&D investments<br />Timeline<br />Phases<br />3rd Wave<br />Consolidation<br />2nd Wave<br />Growth<br />1st Wave<br />Pre-Marketing<br /><ul><li>Sustainable growth path to consolidate Green PE and Green PP market</li></ul>~2020<br /><ul><li>New capacities to increase market penetration</li></ul>2015 - 2019<br /><ul><li>To optimize actual polymerization facilities to speed up time-to-market</li></ul>2010 - 2014<br />Capacity<br />200 kty Green PE (Triunfo-RS)<br />Green PE<br />New Green PE capacities<br />Additional capacities<br />30kty+ Green PP<br />Existing Technology<br />New Green PP capacity Improved Technology<br />LargerGreen PP capacity<br />Biochemicalroute<br />Green PP<br />230kty+<br />TBD<br />TBD<br />Total Capacity<br />
  17. 17. Braskem Green Polyethylene: a running business<br /><ul><li>Startup Sept 24, 2010
  18. 18. Volume 200kton/year
  19. 19. Investment US$ 290 MM</li></ul>Braskem is the leading global supplier of biopolymers<br />
  20. 20. 6<br />A bio-based alternative to conventional polyethylene<br />Traditional<br />Sustainable<br />Oil<br />Polyethylene<br />SugarcanebasedEthanol<br />Gas<br />
  21. 21. Sugarcane based Ethanol brings to Green PE very positive environmental aspects<br />Sustainable<br />Green Polypropylene<br />Ethanol<br />Sugarcane<br />Sugar Beet<br />Corn<br />
  22. 22. Green Polyethylene Cycle<br />Ethylene CH2=CH2<br />Ethanol CH3-CH2OH<br />FROM CRADLE TO CRADLE<br />Through the dehydration, the ethanol is transformed in ethylene<br />At the distillery, the sugar juice is fermented and distillated to produce ethanol<br />Sugarcane<br />The sugarcane crop metabolizes the CO2 to produce sucrose<br />Very Favorable Ecoprofile*<br />Captures and Fixes 2,5 t CO2/t PE<br />Recycling<br />Green PE [CH2=CH2]<br />The green polyethylene is 100% recyclable (Mechanical / Incineration)<br />The ethylene is polymerized in polyethylene production unities<br />Carbon capture<br />The green polyethylene is transformed in final products in the same unities already existents<br />* Preliminary Ecoeficiency Analysis (From cradle to Braskem gate)– Fundação Espaço Eco 2007/2008<br />
  23. 23. From Sugar Cane to Green PolyethyleneMetrics and relations<br />9<br />produce<br />produce<br />produces<br />produce<br />1 Hectare of land<br />82,5 ton Sugar Cane<br />7200 l Ethanol<br />3 ton Green Ethylene<br />3 ton<br />Green PE<br />Braskem’s 1st Project: 200 kton/year<br />460 millions liters of Ethanol = approx. 65 thousand hectares<br />
  24. 24. Green PE/PP has a very favorable Carbon Footprint, helping to reduce GHG emissions<br />CarbonFootprint<br />Fromcradle to polymerfactorygate<br />(t CO2 eq. / t polymer)<br />3,4<br />PS Gen. Purpose1<br />2,1<br />Petrochemical PE1<br />2,0<br />Petrochemical PP1<br />1,3<br />PLA2<br />-2,3<br />Green PP3<br />-2,5<br />Green PE3<br />1Plastics Europe<br />2Naturewors LLC – CIT (CurrentlyImplementedTechnology)<br />3Preliminary EcoeficiencyAnalysis- Espaço ECO Foundation<br />
  25. 25. Braskem commitment with sugarcane production chain <br />CODE OF CONDUCTImportant alignment with Ethanol Suppliers<br />Commitment to Brazilian Laws<br />Land Use<br />Agro - Environment<br />Social<br />Agro-environmental Protocol<br />Environmental zoning<br />Code of Conduct to Ethanol Suppliers<br />The Code of Conductis fully aligned with the Brazilian laws and regulations and with the principles of sustainable development<br />In order to guarantee an international alignmentwith government and NGOs, Braskem requesteda 3rd party validation<br />
  26. 26. Green PE production unit certified by ISCC*<br /> * Allows Braskem to supply ISCC-certified green PE when it is produced with BonSucro-certified ethanol<br />
  27. 27. Partnerships with Leading Global Companies reinforce sustainability strategy<br />
  28. 28. Other current and future Green Chemicals paving the way towards Braskem 2020 Vision<br />Conventional Alternative<br />Product Description<br />Current Status<br />Green Chemical<br />Main Benefit<br />Capacity<br />200kty<br />Plant running since jul/2009, located in northeast Brazil<br />Oxygenate gasoline additive<br />ETBE<br />(Ethanol Based)<br />MTBE<br />(Metanol Based)<br />GHG emissions reduction of <br />~0,78 tCO2eq/t ETBE<br />Based monomer for many chemicals (e.g. MEG/PET) <br />Plant running since sep/2010, located in south Brazil<br />Ethylene<br />(Oil/Gas Based)<br />GHG emissions reduction of ~4,0 tCO2eq/t Green C2<br />200kty<br />Green C2<br />(Ethanol Based)<br />Lab scale production in 2008;<br />Plant start up in 2013<br />Second most used plastic in the world<br />PP<br />(Oil/Gas Based)<br />GHG emissions reduction of ~4,0 tCO2eq/t Green PP<br />30kty+<br />Green PP<br />(Ethanol Based)<br />Long term developments<br />Green PP (Biochemical Route)<br />Other Green Chemicals<br /><ul><li> Partnerships established with recognized R&D institutions
  29. 29. Expansion of Green Ethylene enabling to reach a broad range of green chemicals
  30. 30. Plenty of bio-resources in Brazil offers Braskem a relevant advantage on green chemicals developments
  31. 31. IDEOM Technolgy company formed in 2009 focusing mainly on R&D for green chemicals
  32. 32. Route more competitive enabling larger capacities
  33. 33. Expectation for industrial scale plants near 2020</li></li></ul><li>Bio-based ChemicalsBraskemRodrigo<br />