Michael ReevesPresidentPorts-to-Plains Alliance
 Ports to Plains  Alliance Partners
Tijuana   Mexicali                                                                                                       D...
Ports to Plains Benefits Economic development to rural areas of  North America Infrastructure to improve commerce,  part...
Safety Rural fatality rates  2.5 times higher than  urban roadways Completion of PTP  projected to reduce  accidents by ...
Ports to PlainsEastern AlbertaCorridor Rural economic  development Less congested  alternative to other  highways and bo...
Oil and Gas Corridor
ConocoPhillips inPorts to Plains States   16,000 employees   Approximately $2.8 billion in      royalties and taxes paid...
PTP serves oil exploration
Worlds Oil Reserves
Who do you trust?
Who do you trust?
PTP serves oil exploration Ports to Plains is   logical route for trade   between Alberta,   Texas and Mexico
Transportation key to             developmentMegaloads of heavy equipmentare essential to development ofoil sands projects
Rig Related Movements Per WellItem                        Number of Trucks   Inbound/OutboundSand                         ...
Truck Transportation Math        Snapshot  Truck Transportation   Loads per year     Rig Movements         3,036,000      ...
Protesters using transportationto block oil sands development
Keystone XL Pipeline                Important for oil                 sands                 development                P...
Wind Power Corridor
Transportation Costs Factorinto Manufacturing Decisions Large size of materials mean greater  shipping cost 1.5 mw blade...
Infrastructure Demands    8-10 permitted and escorted loads per tower    5 regular loads per tower    13 to 15 total tr...
Agriculture Corridor
Transporting Farm Equipment
Who buys U.S. Farm Products     Top 5 markets for 2006
Federal Advocacy Efforts Highway funding bill     Possible vehicle for environmental issues     Pilot program for freig...
Ports to Plains CorridorCoalition           Michael Reeves          5401 N. MLK #395         Lubbock, TX 79403            ...
Ports-to-Plains Alliance Presentation to Eastern Alberta Corridor
Ports-to-Plains Alliance Presentation to Eastern Alberta Corridor
Ports-to-Plains Alliance Presentation to Eastern Alberta Corridor
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Ports-to-Plains Alliance Presentation to Eastern Alberta Corridor

  1. 1. Michael ReevesPresidentPorts-to-Plains Alliance
  2. 2.  Ports to Plains Alliance Partners
  3. 3. Tijuana Mexicali Dallas Nogales Ciudad Juárez To Ports to Plains Houston San Antonio Del Rio Hermosillo Chihuahua Piedras Negras Allende Nuevo Laredo Monclova San Pedro Matamoros Saltillo Monterrey Culiacán Torreón La Paz Durango Cd.Victoria Mazatlán Zacatecas Cancún SLP Tampico Ags Progreso Tuxpan Mérida Tepic Querétaro Guadalajara Campeche Jalapa Colima Toluca D.F. Veracruz Manzanillo Morelia D.F. Chetumal Puebla Villa Hermosa Cuernavaca Lázaro Cárdenas Chilpancingo Oaxaca Acapulco Tuxtla Gutiérrez Salina Cruz Ciudad Hidalgo Texas Tech University 3
  4. 4. Ports to Plains Benefits Economic development to rural areas of North America Infrastructure to improve commerce, particularly agriculture and energy industries Improved highway safety Education and research exchanges
  5. 5. Safety Rural fatality rates 2.5 times higher than urban roadways Completion of PTP projected to reduce accidents by the following rates:  Texas – 47%  Oklahoma – 44%  New Mexico – 33%  Colorado – 28%
  6. 6. Ports to PlainsEastern AlbertaCorridor Rural economic development Less congested alternative to other highways and border crossings
  7. 7. Oil and Gas Corridor
  8. 8. ConocoPhillips inPorts to Plains States  16,000 employees  Approximately $2.8 billion in royalties and taxes paid to Provincial, State and Local governments  82 million barrels of oil produced annually  Almost 1.5 trillion cubic feet of natural gas production annually  4 refineries  7800 miles of pipeline
  9. 9. PTP serves oil exploration
  10. 10. Worlds Oil Reserves
  11. 11. Who do you trust?
  12. 12. Who do you trust?
  13. 13. PTP serves oil exploration Ports to Plains is logical route for trade between Alberta, Texas and Mexico
  14. 14. Transportation key to developmentMegaloads of heavy equipmentare essential to development ofoil sands projects
  15. 15. Rig Related Movements Per WellItem Number of Trucks Inbound/OutboundSand 80 InboundWater (fresh) 400 InboundWater (Waste) 200 OutboundFrac Tanks 100 BothRig Equipment 50 BothDrilling Mud 50 InboundChemical 4 InboundCement 15 InboundPipe 10 InboundScoria/Gravel 80 InboundFuel Trucks 7 InboundFrac/cement pumper trucks 15 InboundWorkover Rigs 1 InboundTotal – One Direction 1,012Total Trucks 2,024
  16. 16. Truck Transportation Math Snapshot Truck Transportation Loads per year Rig Movements 3,036,000 Sand 112,500 Oil 365,000 Production Water 584,000 Total 4,097,500 Loads per day 11,226
  17. 17. Protesters using transportationto block oil sands development
  18. 18. Keystone XL Pipeline  Important for oil sands development  PTP mayors sent letter of support
  19. 19. Wind Power Corridor
  20. 20. Transportation Costs Factorinto Manufacturing Decisions Large size of materials mean greater shipping cost 1.5 mw blade - $7 per mile shipping cost 2 mw blade - $15 per mile shipping cost Advantage to locate manufacturing facilities near wind farm sites
  21. 21. Infrastructure Demands  8-10 permitted and escorted loads per tower  5 regular loads per tower  13 to 15 total truck loads per wind tower  4000 MW farm with 2667 towers would require up to 40,005 trucks and 53,340 pilot cars
  22. 22. Agriculture Corridor
  23. 23. Transporting Farm Equipment
  24. 24. Who buys U.S. Farm Products Top 5 markets for 2006
  25. 25. Federal Advocacy Efforts Highway funding bill  Possible vehicle for environmental issues  Pilot program for freight and oversize loads Cross border issues  Wild Horse crossing  Trade issues Forums for education on agriculture and energy issues
  26. 26. Ports to Plains CorridorCoalition Michael Reeves 5401 N. MLK #395 Lubbock, TX 79403 (806) 775-2338 www.portstoplains.com michael.reeves@portstoplains.com

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