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  • 1. FACILITIES 1 Corporate Headquarters – Pittsburgh, Pa. – G 13 Star Tubular Services Division – Lone Star, Texas – F, I, K 21 U. S. Steel Canada – Hamilton, Ontario – G, I Business Service Center – Pittsburgh, Pa. – G Texas Operations Division – Lone Star, Texas – B, I Hamilton Works – Hamilton, Ontario – A, B, D, I Mon Valley Works Wheeling Machine Products – Hughes Springs, Texas – B, I Lake Erie Works – Nanticoke, Ontario – A, B, D, I Clairton Plant – Clairton, Pa. – D Baycoat – Hamilton, Ontario – B, J 14 Tubular Processing Services Division – Houston, Texas – B, I Edgar Thomson Plant – Braddock, Pa. – A D.C. Chrome Limited – Stoney Creek, Ontario – C, J Tubular Threading and Inspection Services Division – Houston, Texas – B, I Irvin Plant – West Mifflin, Pa. – B Z-Line Company – Hamilton, Ontario – B, J Wheeling Machine Products – Houston, Texas – B, I Research and Technology Center – Munhall, Pa. – H 22 U. S. Steel Košice, s.r.o. Bellville Operations Division – Bellville, Texas – B, I Transtar – Pittsburgh, Pa. – F, G, I – Košice, Slovak Republic – A, B, D, F, G, I 15 Wheeling Machine Products – Pine Bluff, Ark. – B, I USS Real Estate – Pittsburgh, Pa. – G, I U. S. Steel Europe Research and Development Center 16 Fintube Technologies, Inc. – Tulsa, Okla. – B, I 2 Mon Valley Works – Košice, Slovak Republic – H, I Fairless Plant – Fairless Hills, Pa. – B 17 Double G Coatings, LP – Jackson, Miss. – B, J 23 U. S. Steel Serbia, d.o.o. – Smederevo, Republic of Serbia – A, B, F, G, I 3 Fairfield Works – Birmingham, Ala. – A, B Tin Mill Šabac – Šabac, Republic of Serbia – B, I 18 PRO-TEC Coating Company – Leipsic, Ohio – B, J Fairfield Tubular Operations – Birmingham, Ala. – B USSS – Kuˇ evo, d.o.o. – Kuˇ evo, Republic of Serbia – E, I c c 19 USS-POSCO Industries – Pittsburg, Calif. – B, J 24 Aletas y Birlos – Monterrey, Mexico – B, I 4 Gary Works 20 Worthington Specialty Processing – Jackson, Mich. – C, J East Chicago Tin – East Chicago, Ind. – B 25 Acero Prime – Ramos Arizpe, Mexico – C, J, K Gary Works – Gary, Ind. – A, B, D 26 Acero Prime – San Luis Potosí, Mexico – C, J, K Midwest Plant – Portage, Ind. – B Chrome Deposit Corporation – Portage, Ind. – C, G, J 27 Apolo – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – B, J 10 5 Granite City Works – Granite City, Ill. – A, B, D Key: 11 6 Automotive Center – Troy, Mich. – H A– Steelmaking F – Transportation CANADA Great Lakes Works – Ecorse and River Rouge, Mich. – A, B B– Finishing G – Administrative Offices C– Processing H – Research and Technology Double Eagle Steel Coating Company – Dearborn, Mich. – B, J D– Coke Production I – Subsidiary and /or Division ProCoil Company – Canton, Mich. – C, I 8 8 E– Raw Material Mining J – Joint Venture 9 7 Lorain Tubular Operations – Lorain, Ohio – B and/or Processing K – Warehousing 21 18 17 6 8 Minnesota Ore Operations UNITED STATES 20 6 19 16 4 18 7 11 4 7 2 2 Keetac – Keewatin, Minn. – E 15 Minntac – Mt. Iron, Minn. – E 5 5 U. S. Steel Canada EUROPE 16 13 Hibbing Taconite Company – Hibbing, Minn. – E, J 15 12 22 3 19 9 U. S. Steel Canada 12 13 3 10 BRAZIL 9 17 14 Tilden Mining Company – Ishpeming, Mich. – E, J 14 11 23 10 U. S. Steel Canada 20 MEXICO Wabush Mines – Wabush, Labrador – E, J 22 24 25 21 11 U. S. Steel Canada Published by U. S. Steel Public Affairs 27 26 23 April 2008 Wabush Mines – Pointe Noire, Quebec – E, J 12 U. S. Steel Tubular Products, Inc. – Dallas, Texas – G, I
  • 2. FINISHING FACILITIES as of February 2008 VISION STATEMENT INTEGRATED STEELMAKING FACILITIES as of February 2008 AVERAGE PRICE PER TON GARY PRINCIPLES Bellville Operations Division Mon Valley Works (Million net tons) Annual Raw Steelmaking Capability # Blast Furnaces 2007 2006 2005 • I believe that when a thing is right, it will ultimately and North America CORE VALUES (Dollars) Making Steel. World Competitive. Building Value. – Welded (ERW) pipe with Fairless Plant Flat-rolled $ 642 $ 634 $ 617 Fairfield Tubular Operations outside diameters 1.9quot; – 4.5quot; – Galvanized sheet products • The highest rewards come from honest and proper practice. Fairfield Works 2.4 1 Tubular $1,335 $1,499 $1,326 Star Tubular Services Division permanently succeed. Irvin Plant – Sheet products Gary Works 7.5 4 FINANCIAL STATISTICS • Safety U. S. Steel Europe (USSE) $ 720 $ 608 $ 610 Granite City Works 2.8 2 – Seamless pipe with outside • Diversity and Inclusion Fairfield Works 2007 2006 2005 Great Lakes Works 3.8 3 diameters 4.5quot; – 9.875quot; – Threading, finishing, and Bad results come in the long run from selfish, unfair and Texas Operations Division • Focus on Cost, Quality and Customer Hamilton Works 2.3 1 inspection • I believe in competition…that the race should be won by the dishonest conduct. • Results and Accountability Lake Erie Works 2.6 1 Total North America 24.3 14 Steelmaking Operations Segment Income from Operations $1,509 $2,074 $1,675 Fintube Technologies, Inc. Mon Valley Works 2.9 2 • Environmental Stewardship Europe – Sheet products – Welded (ERW) pipe with BUSINESS FOCUS (Millions of dollars – before retiree Tubular Processing Services outside diameters 1quot; – 16quot; swiftest, and that success should come to him who is most Division benefit expenses and other items • I believe that no industry can permanently succeed that does – Finned tubes from 1quot; – 6.5quot;, earnest and active and persevering. not allocated to segments) U. S. Steel Košice (USSK) 5.0 3 Total Europe 7.4 5 studded tubes, and welded • Be forward-looking EMPLOYEES (Approximate by location as of February 2008) U. S. Steel Serbia (USSS) 2.4 2 Per shipped ton $ 68 $ 96 $ 85 Total U. S. Steel 31.7 19 (ERW) tubing with outside – Upsetting, threading, finishing, • Grow responsibly Gary Works Tubular Threading and North America diameters 1.25” – 3” heat treating, and inspection • I believe thoroughly in publicity. The surest and wisest of all Inspection Services Division not treat its employees equitably and humanely. STEEL SHIPMENTS BY PRODUCT AND SEGMENT • Generate a competitive return on capital Transtar 1,570 • Meet financial and stakeholder obligations Flat-rolled USSE Tubular Total KEY STRATEGIES East Chicago Tin – Tin products U. S. Steel Canada Fairfield Works U. S. Steel Canada • If we are to succeed in business, we must do it on principles Product – 2007 Midwest Plant – Sheet and – Threading and inspection regulation is public opinion. (Thousands of tons) Steelmaking Operations 1,410 Hamilton Works 2,250 tin products 7,246 Gary Works Lake Erie Works 1,300 Steelmaking Operations 5,640 • Become a world leader in safety and environmental performance Hamilton Works Granite City Works Hot-rolled Sheets 4,887 2,346 13 • We must put and keep ourselves on a platform so fair, so high, East Chicago Tin 340 U. S. Steel Tubular Products – Sheet products 4,338 – Sheet and bar products that are honest, fair, lawful and just. • Continue to increase our value-added product mix U. S. Steel Košice Cold-rolled Sheets 4,238 1,402 Gary Works 4,720 Fairfield Tubular Operations 540 1,906 Lake Erie Works – Sheet products Great Lakes Works • Further expand our global business platform Coated Sheets 3,743 595 Midwest Plant 930 Lorain Tubular Operations 510 – Sheet products 1,513 • Maintain a strong capital structure U. S. Steel Serbia Tin Mill Products 1,288 618 1,465 Granite City Works 2,210 Texas Operations Division 1,350 so reasonable, that we will attract the attention and invite and – Sheet, tin and tubular products Lorain Tubular Operations Total North America 26,840 Tubular 91 1,422 • Improve our reliability and cost competitiveness • We do not advocate combinations or agreements in restraint – Sheet products Total 14,534 6,139 1,435 22,108 Great Lakes Works 2,190 Other Units 700 secure the approval of all who know what we are doing. Semi-finished, Bars, and Plates 378 1,087 Wheeling Machine Products • Attract and retain a diverse workforce with the talent and skills Product – 2006 Headquarters 1,970 – Sheet and tin products Europe – Seamless pipe with outside 6,522 Other Units 200 SAFETY HIGHLIGHTS needed for our long-term success diameters 1.9quot; – 4.5quot; of trade, nor action of any kind which is opposed to the laws or 6,014 Minnesota Ore Operations – Pipe couplings RAW MATERIALS PRODUCTION and 10.75quot; – 26quot; Hot-rolled Sheets 4,195 2,327 • We must never forget that our rights and interests are and 4,498 to the public welfare. Keetac 380 USSK 15,040 Total Europe 20,840 Cold-rolled Sheets 4,479 1,535 2007 2006 2005 1,905 Minntac 1,200 USSS 5,800 Global Total Recordable Injury Rate Coated Sheets 4,083 415 Taconite pellets 1,341 Mon Valley Works (Million net tons) 62% improvement 2003 – 2007 Tin Mill Products 1,318 587 Total U. S. Steel 47,680 1,352 should be subservient to the public welfare, that the rights and Clairton Plant 1,330 Tubular 150 1,191 11% improvement 2006 – 2007 Total 14,180 6,261 1,191 21,632 interests of the individual must always give way to those of Edgar Thomson Plant 650 Keetac 5.7 5.8 5.8 Semi-finished and Plates 105 1,247 Total Taconite Pellets 20.8 22.1 22.3 Global Days Away From Work Injury Rate the public. Fairless Plant 90 Minntac 15.1 16.3 16.5 Coke Production 86% improvement 2003 – 2007 Irvin Plant 1,000 Note: Data does not include shipments by joint ventures and other equity 42% improvement 2006 – 2007 investees of U. S. Steel. North America 5.6 5.8 6.1 Total Coke Production 7.3 7.5 7.8 Europe 1.7 1.7 1.7