PORTS-TO-PLAINS ALLIANCEENERGY SUMMITWASHINGTON, DCOPPORTUNITY CONNECTED TOOPPORTUNITY … TRANSPORTATION,ENERGY AND THE ECO...
INTRODUCTIONMISSION STATEMENTPorts-to-Plains is a grassrootsalliance of communities andbusinesses whose mission is toadvoc...
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION Currently 165 member organizations
INTRODUCTION   North America’s               Energy Corridor
INTRODUCTION   North America’s               Energy Corridor
INTRODUCTION   North America’s               Energy Corridor
INTRODUCTION   North America’s               Energy Corridor
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTIONCo-Chairs:Rep. Randy NeugebauerRep. Adrian SmithSenator Ben Nelson                            R-TX            ...
OPPORTUNITYThings continue to boom. Williston economy isrobust. The unemployment rate continues to hoveraround 2%. At any ...
OPPORTUNITYTen years ago Williston, North Dakota was a quiet agricultural townwith a population around 12,000.Today, becau...
OPPORTUNITYWilliston is only the ninth-largest city in North Dakota, but its sales tax collections were number one, beati...
OPPORTUNITYHow oil capitals of North America rank1.    Houston: HQ for almost every major company2.    Calgary: Center of ...
OPPORTUNITYFastest GrowingAreas in theNation
OPPORTUNITYCountyUnemploymentRates
OPPORTUNITYNewBusinessCreation
OPPORTUNITYJobCreation
OPPORTUNITY              Population              change 1990 -              2000
OPPORTUNITYPopulationChanges –2000 to 2010
OPPORTUNITY Population Changes – 2010 to 2011
OPPORTUNITY                         Domestic Exports by Truck in                                    KTONS      DMS ORIG   ...
OPPORTUNITY                      Domestic Exports by Truck in                                 $Millions     DMS ORIG      ...
ECONOMICALLY                                  Canada Exports by Truck in                                              KTON...
ECONOMICALLY                      Canada Exports by Truck in                                  $Millions thru Montana    DM...
ECONOMICALLY                                Canada Exports by Truck in                                            KTONS th...
ECONOMICALLY                   Canada Exports by Truck in                               $Millions thru North Dakota       ...
ECONOMICALLY                           Mexico Exports by Truck in                                       KTONS thru Texas  ...
ECONOMICALLY                               Mexico Exports by Truck in                                           $Millions ...
ECONOMICALLY    Energy Jobs along the Ports-to-Plains    Corridor                 Oil &      Oil &                 Oil &  ...
ECONOMICALLY                          What do Canadas oil sands                                      have to do with the U...
ECONOMICALLYAlberta Oil Sands Impact         2035millions              Total   PercentColorado           $1,221.5     1.60...
ECONOMICALLYAlberta Oil Sands Jobs                 2015         2035Colorado      1,300      13,300Kansas            800  ...
MOVING ENERGYTraffic Impacts
MOVING ENERGY
MOVING ENERGYPermitting Pilot Program ‐‐ One of the key challenges facingtransporters of the heavy equipment used in the e...
MOVING ENERGY• Interstate  Commerce• High and Wide  Corridors
MOVING ENERGY
THANK YOU … STAY IN TOUCH• http://www.portstoplains.com/• www.ptpblog.com/official-blog-for-ptp-alliance/• http://www.face...
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Ports-to-Plains Alliance Energy Summit
April 20, 2012
Washington, DC
Energy and Transportation
North America’s Energy Corridor
Opportunity Connected to Opportunity … Transportation, Energy and the Economy
Joe Kiely, Vice President of Operations, Ports-to-Plains Alliance

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Opportunity Connected to Opportunity … Transportation, Energy and the Economy

  1. 1. PORTS-TO-PLAINS ALLIANCEENERGY SUMMITWASHINGTON, DCOPPORTUNITY CONNECTED TOOPPORTUNITY … TRANSPORTATION,ENERGY AND THE ECONOMYAPRIL 20, 2012JOE KIELYVICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONMISSION STATEMENTPorts-to-Plains is a grassrootsalliance of communities andbusinesses whose mission is toadvocate for a robust transportationinfrastructure to promote economicsecurity and prosperity throughoutNorth Americas energy andagricultural heartland.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION Currently 165 member organizations
  5. 5. INTRODUCTION North America’s Energy Corridor
  6. 6. INTRODUCTION North America’s Energy Corridor
  7. 7. INTRODUCTION North America’s Energy Corridor
  8. 8. INTRODUCTION North America’s Energy Corridor
  9. 9. INTRODUCTION
  10. 10. INTRODUCTIONCo-Chairs:Rep. Randy NeugebauerRep. Adrian SmithSenator Ben Nelson R-TX R-NE D-NE Ports-to-PlainsSenator John Cornyn R-TX CaucusMembers:Rep. Michael Conaway R-TX Supporting:Rep. Bob Filner D-CA • RuralRep. Quico Canseco R-TXRep. Pete Olson R-TX TransportationRep. Cory Gardner R-COSen. Kay Bailey Hutchison R-TX • Rural EconomicRep. Jeff Fortenberry R-NE DevelopmentSenator Kent Conrad D-NDSenator Mark Udall D-CO • Ports-to-PlainsSenator John HoevenRep. Rick Berg R-ND R-ND Corridor
  11. 11. OPPORTUNITYThings continue to boom. Williston economy isrobust. The unemployment rate continues to hoveraround 2%. At any given time, over 1,200 jobopenings are available in the Williston area.
  12. 12. OPPORTUNITYTen years ago Williston, North Dakota was a quiet agricultural townwith a population around 12,000.Today, because of oil prices and drilling advancements, Williston ishome to Americas biggest oil boom and its residents number over30,000.
  13. 13. OPPORTUNITYWilliston is only the ninth-largest city in North Dakota, but its sales tax collections were number one, beating Fargo and Bismarck.2,100 new housing units were built in Williston last year, up from 1,500 new units in 2010.There are fifty oil rigs in McKenzie County, each estimated to create 120 direct and indirect jobs. That’s about 6,000 jobs in a county that in 2000 had an official population of 5,737 and in 2010 reported an official population of 6,360.
  14. 14. OPPORTUNITYHow oil capitals of North America rank1. Houston: HQ for almost every major company2. Calgary: Center of Canadian oil and coal industries3. Oklahoma City: Devon, Chesapeake, SandRidge, Continental Resources4. Tulsa: Energy diversity, Williams, ONEOK, manufacturing5. Dallas-Fort Worth: Barnett Shale, Exxon Mobil offices6. Denver: Cimarex, gateway to Piceance, Niobrara Shale7. Midland, Texas: Permian Basin hub8. New Orleans: Hub of Gulf Coast operations and shipping9. Williston, N.D.: Bakken Shale. Can you say "Boomtown!"10. Edmonton: Hub for Alberta oil and gas activity
  15. 15. OPPORTUNITYFastest GrowingAreas in theNation
  16. 16. OPPORTUNITYCountyUnemploymentRates
  17. 17. OPPORTUNITYNewBusinessCreation
  18. 18. OPPORTUNITYJobCreation
  19. 19. OPPORTUNITY Population change 1990 - 2000
  20. 20. OPPORTUNITYPopulationChanges –2000 to 2010
  21. 21. OPPORTUNITY Population Changes – 2010 to 2011
  22. 22. OPPORTUNITY Domestic Exports by Truck in KTONS DMS ORIG Total KTons in 2010 Total KTons in 2040 Colorado Total                            9,678                           13,252 37% Kansas Total                           19,536                           26,683 37% Montana Total                            3,325                            7,480 125% Nebraska Total                           12,730                           24,312 91% New Mexico Total                            4,485                            9,090 103% North Dakota Total                            3,032                           10,718 253% Oklahoma Total                           29,233                           25,995 ‐11% South Dakota Total                           12,992                           21,653 67% Texas Total                           22,405                           46,870 109% Wyoming Total                            8,100                           10,169 26% Grand Total                       125,517                       196,222 56%
  23. 23. OPPORTUNITY Domestic Exports by Truck in $Millions DMS ORIG Total Current M$ in 2010 Total M$ in 2040 Colorado Total $13,237 $22,597 71% Kansas Total $20,521 $27,562 34% Montana Total $1,821 $3,211 76% Nebraska Total $13,081 $26,634 104% New Mexico Total $4,721 $12,355 162% North Dakota Total $2,670 $7,086 165% Oklahoma Total $26,068 $39,474 51% South Dakota Total $4,726 $20,267 329% Texas Total $36,269 $76,043 110% Wyoming Total $3,218 $4,129 28% Grand Total $126,331 $239,358 89%
  24. 24. ECONOMICALLY Canada Exports by Truck in KTONS thru Montana DMS ORIG DMS DEST Total KTons in 2010 Total KTons in 2040 Colorado Montana                                  76                                 148 96% Kansas Montana                                  39                                  51 31% Montana Montana                                 187                                 717 283% Nebraska Montana                                  22                                  51 135% New Mexico Montana                                  10                                  37 257% North Dakota Montana                                    7                                  26 295% Oklahoma Montana                                 110                                 222 102% South Dakota Montana                                  10                                  56 464% Texas Montana 610                                                            1,394 128% Wyoming Montana                                  53                                 307 476% Montana Tota                            1,124                            3,008 168%
  25. 25. ECONOMICALLY Canada Exports by Truck in $Millions thru Montana DMS ORIG DMS DEST Total M$ in 2010 Total M$ in 2040 Colorado Montana $149 $263 76% Kansas Montana $75 $157 110% Montana Montana $179 $454 153% Nebraska Montana $61 $154 154% New Mexico Montana $27 $94 249% North Dakota Montana $15 $30 109% Oklahoma Montana $376 $859 129% South Dakota Montana $11 $112 950% Texas Montana $1,941 $3,769 94% Wyoming Montana $67 $157 135% Montana Tota $2,899 $6,049 109%
  26. 26. ECONOMICALLY Canada Exports by Truck in KTONS thru North Dakota & Total DMS ORIG DMS DEST Total KTons in 2010 Total KTons in 2040 Colorado North Dakota                                  58                                 126 117% Kansas North Dakota                                  96                                 158 65% Montana North Dakota                                  54                                 148 174% Nebraska North Dakota                                118                                 188 60% New Mexico North Dakota                                    1                                    3 207% North Dakota North Dakota                                681                            2,034 199% Oklahoma North Dakota                                  81                                 231 185% South Dakota North Dakota                                  82                                 143 76% Texas North Dakota                                381                            1,067 180% Wyoming North Dakota                                    4                                  19 380% North Dakota T                            1,554                            4,117 165% Grand Total                            2,678                            7,124 166%
  27. 27. ECONOMICALLY Canada Exports by Truck in $Millions thru North Dakota & Total DMS ORIG DMS DEST Total M$ in 2010 Total M$ in 2040 Colorado North Dakota $119 $255 114% Kansas North Dakota $223 $515 131% Montana North Dakota $43 $124 186% Nebraska North Dakota $320 $632 98% New Mexico North Dakota $3 $10 198% North Dakota North Dakota $761 $1,811 138% Oklahoma North Dakota $291 $925 218% South Dakota North Dakota $121 $290 140% Texas North Dakota $1,253 $3,118 149% Wyoming North Dakota $6 $17 178% North Dakota T $3,140 $7,697 145% Grand Total $6,039 $13,746 128%
  28. 28. ECONOMICALLY Mexico Exports by Truck in KTONS thru Texas DMS ORIG DMS DEST Total KTons in 2010 Total KTons in 2040 Colorado Texas                                 116                                 367 215% Kansas Texas                                 114                                 240 109% Montana Texas                                    3                                  14 292% Nebraska Texas                                  67                                 233 250% New Mexico Texas                                  39                                 171 338% North Dakota Texas                                    3                                  10 312% Oklahoma Texas                                  84                                 248 195% South Dakota Texas                                  46                                 150 228% Texas Texas                           14,668                           38,307 161% Wyoming Texas                                    0                                    4 898%                           15,140                           39,743 162%
  29. 29. ECONOMICALLY Mexico Exports by Truck in $Millions thru TexasDMS ORIG DMS DEST Total M$ in 2010 Total Current M$ in 2010 Total M$ in 2040Colorado Texas $391 $440 $1,757 349%Kansas Texas $313 $351 $696 122%Montana Texas $4 $5 $16 289%Nebraska Texas $262 $292 $859 228%New Mexico Texas $110 $119 $524 378%North Dakota Texas $13 $14 $31 133%Oklahoma Texas $243 $263 $686 183%South Dakota Texas $150 $171 $503 234%Texas Texas $48,947 $52,474 $117,979 141%Wyoming Texas $1 $1 $6 835% $50,434 $54,129 $123,057 144%
  30. 30. ECONOMICALLY Energy Jobs along the Ports-to-Plains Corridor Oil & Oil & Oil & Gas Gas Gas Jobs GDP $B % GDP Montana 34,210 3.3 8.90% North Dakota 27,914 2.8 9.60% South Dakota 19,942 1.5 4.60% Wyoming 71,063 8.4 29.40% Nebraska 49,784 5.1 6.80% Kansas 119,051 14.0 11.40% Colorado 190,408 24.1 9.30% New Mexico 88,814 8.3 12.20% Oklahoma 348,627 47.8 31.30% Texas 1,772,335 293.8 24.20% 2,722,148 409.1 Source: American Petroleum Institute
  31. 31. ECONOMICALLY What do Canadas oil sands have to do with the UnitedAlberta Oil Sands Impact 2011 States?millions Total PercentColorado $30.4 1.60% • Canada is the largestKansas $15.8 0.80% supplier of oil to the U.S.Montana $3.3 0.20% • For every two jobs created inNebraska $10.6 0.50% Canada from the oil sands, aNew Mexico $11.0 0.60% third job is created in the U.S.North Dakota $4.3 0.20%Oklahoma $24.5 1.60% • Oil sands development isSouth Dakota $4.9 0.30% projected to generate $521Texas $200.0 10.30% billion in economic activity inWyoming $2.6 0.10% the U.S. over the next 25 years. $307.4 16.20%
  32. 32. ECONOMICALLYAlberta Oil Sands Impact 2035millions Total PercentColorado $1,221.5 1.60%Kansas $805.9 1.90% % Increase Total 2490.47%Montana $1,663.6 3.90% % Increase Annual 103.77%Nebraska $134.0 0.30% Increase Total $m $7,963.1New Mexico $130.4 0.30%North Dakota $49.0 0.10%Oklahoma $298.5 0.70%South Dakota $57.7 0.10%Texas $3,217.5 7.50%Wyoming $77.6 0.20% $7,655.7 16.60%http://www.oilsands.alberta.ca/USEconomicImpactOilCalculator.html
  33. 33. ECONOMICALLYAlberta Oil Sands Jobs 2015 2035Colorado  1,300  13,300Kansas      800      8,900Montana  1,000  18,000Nebraska      300      1,600New Mexico      300      1,400North Dakota      100        600Oklahoma      700      3,300South Dakota      200        700Texas  5,100  33,700Wyoming      100        800  9,900  82,300http://www.ceri.ca/images/stories/CERI Study 124.pdf
  34. 34. MOVING ENERGYTraffic Impacts
  35. 35. MOVING ENERGY
  36. 36. MOVING ENERGYPermitting Pilot Program ‐‐ One of the key challenges facingtransporters of the heavy equipment used in the energy industry ispermitting oversized loads. They must frequently cross multiplejurisdictions, with varying regulations on size and weight, andrequiring multiple permits.We recommend a pilot program to provide uniform size and weightrestrictions and streamlined permitting throughout the corridor to finda more efficient way to move these important products.
  37. 37. MOVING ENERGY• Interstate Commerce• High and Wide Corridors
  38. 38. MOVING ENERGY
  39. 39. THANK YOU … STAY IN TOUCH• http://www.portstoplains.com/• www.ptpblog.com/official-blog-for-ptp-alliance/• http://www.facebook.com/portstoplains• http://www.linkedin.com/groups/PortstoPlains-Alliance- 4379682• https://twitter.com/#!/PortsToPlains

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