NORTHERN PORTS-TO-PLAINS TASK FORCEBILLINGS, MTAPRIL 2, 2012JOE KIELYVICE PRESIDENT OFOPERATIONS
INTRODUCTIONMISSION STATEMENTPorts-to-Plains is a grassrootsalliance of communities andbusinesses whose mission is toadvoc...
ECONOMICALLYAlberta Exports                   2011millions              Total      TruckColorado           $2,965.0     $2...
ECONOMICALLYSaskatchewan Exports               millions     Total TruckColorado                    $64.0 $41.0Kansas      ...
ECONOMICALLYMontana Exports                          2010               millions      Total      TruckColorado            ...
ECONOMICALLYNorth Dakota Exports                     2010               millions      Total      TruckColorado            ...
ECONOMICALLY                          What do Canadas oil sands                                      have to do with the U...
ECONOMICALLYAlberta Oil Sands Impact        2035millions             Total   PercentColorado          $1,221.5     1.60%Ka...
ECONOMICALLYAlberta Oil Sands Jobs              2015   2035Colorado     1,300 13,300Kansas         800  8,900Montana      ...
ECONOMICALLYAlberta Oil Sands Impact2010 to 2035SaskatchewanGDP           $4,855 MillionsJobs         55,000Tax Revenues $...
ECONOMICALLY – SOUTHERN TASK FORCE
ECONOMICALLY – SOUTHERN TASK FORCE                      • Trade                      • Transportation                     ...
ECONOMICALLY – SOUTHERN TASK FORCE
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POLITICALLYCo-Chairs:Rep. Randy Neugebauer R-TXRep. Adrian Smith        R-NESenator Ben Nelson    D-NESenator John Cornyn ...
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POLITICALLYPolicy Recommendations:  Rural Connectivity and Mobility  • A major focus on upgrading and    modernizing the t...
POLITICALLYPolicy Recommendations:• Freight Transportation – The new legislation  should also include a major focus on fre...
POLITICALLYPolicy Recommendations:• Rural Safety -- The new legislation should include  a major focus on highway safety, e...
POLITICALLYPolicy Recommendations:• Freight Transportation – The new legislation  should also include a major focus on fre...
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POLITICALLY  Ports-to-Plains Alliance Mini-Summit                     April 20, 2012                    Washington, DC    ...
POLITICALLY   Ports-to-Plains Alliance Mini-Summit      Oil and Gas Prices and the ConsumerDescription: New energy opportu...
POLITICALLY   Ports-to-Plains Alliance Mini-Summit             Electricity and the EconomyDescription: There is not a sect...
POLITICALLY   Ports-to-Plains Alliance Mini-Summit             Energy and TransportationDescription: The Ports-to-Plains A...
MEMBERSHIP Currently 165 member organizations
MEMBERSHIP • Cities: Membership dues are figured at .61   per capita based on current census • Counties: Membership dues a...
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The Ports-to-Plains Alliance: An Overview

  1. 1. NORTHERN PORTS-TO-PLAINS TASK FORCEBILLINGS, MTAPRIL 2, 2012JOE KIELYVICE PRESIDENT OFOPERATIONS
  2. 2. INTRODUCTIONMISSION STATEMENTPorts-to-Plains is a grassrootsalliance of communities andbusinesses whose mission is toadvocate for a robusttransportation infrastructure topromote economic security andprosperity throughout NorthAmericas energy andagricultural heartland.
  3. 3. ECONOMICALLYAlberta Exports 2011millions Total TruckColorado $2,965.0 $278.0Kansas $187.0 $128.0Montana $4,935.0 $343.0Nebraska $68.0 $43.0New Mexico $42.0 $40.0North Dakota $1,016.0 $526.0Oklahoma $4,825.0 $211.0South Dakota $84.0 $36.0Texas $4,416.0 $1,661.0Wyoming $1,514.0 $214.0 $20,052.0 $3,480.0 17.35%
  4. 4. ECONOMICALLYSaskatchewan Exports millions Total TruckColorado $64.0 $41.0Kansas $50.0 $24.0Montana $72.0 $71.0Nebraska $87.0 $39.0New Mexico $10.0 $6.0North Dakota $610.0 $285.0Oklahoma $10.0 $5.0South Dakota $81.0 $54.0Texas $301.0 $31.0Wyoming $10.0 $10.0 $1,295.0 $566.0 43.71%
  5. 5. ECONOMICALLYMontana Exports 2010 millions Total TruckColorado $306.7 $87.1Kansas $254.7 $17.8Nebraska $79.3 $27.6New Mexico $122.4 $15.7North Dakota $359.9 $201.0Oklahoma $382.1 $6.4South Dakota $192.2 $143.9Texas $2,022.2 $52.4Wyoming $2,052.2 $1,078.4Alberta $343.0 $242.0Saskatchewan $126.0 $120.0 $6,240.7 $1,992.3 31.92%
  6. 6. ECONOMICALLYNorth Dakota Exports 2010 millions Total TruckColorado $429.3 $270.5Kansas $342.6 $49.4Montana $535.8 $397.8Nebraska $229.4 $161.4New Mexico $168.1 $50.2Oklahoma $338.4 $76.2South Dakota $1,150.0 $1,082.9Texas $1,757.7 $275.7Wyoming $210.5 $92.7Alberta $212.0 $17.0Saskatchewan $981.0 $928.0 $6,354.8 $3,401.8 53.53%
  7. 7. 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 jobsNebraska $10.6 0.50% created in Canada fromNew Mexico $11.0 0.60% the oil sands, a third jobNorth Dakota $4.3 0.20%Oklahoma $24.5 1.60% is created in the U.S.South Dakota $4.9 0.30% • Oil sands development isTexas $200.0 10.30% projected to generateWyoming $2.6 0.10% $521 billion in economic activity in the U.S. over $307.4 16.20% the next 25 years.
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. ECONOMICALLYAlberta Oil Sands Impact2010 to 2035SaskatchewanGDP $4,855 MillionsJobs 55,000Tax Revenues $1,553 Millions
  11. 11. ECONOMICALLY – SOUTHERN TASK FORCE
  12. 12. ECONOMICALLY – SOUTHERN TASK FORCE • Trade • Transportation • Borders • Culture and Arts • Education
  13. 13. ECONOMICALLY – SOUTHERN TASK FORCE
  14. 14. POLITICALLY
  15. 15. POLITICALLY
  16. 16. POLITICALLYCo-Chairs:Rep. Randy Neugebauer R-TXRep. Adrian Smith R-NESenator Ben Nelson D-NESenator John Cornyn R-TXMembers:Rep. Michael Conaway R-TXRep. Bob Filner D-CARep. Quico Canseco R-TXRep. Pete Olson R-TXRep. Cory Gardner R-COSen. Kay Bailey Hutchison R-TXRep. Jeff Fortenberry R-NESenator Kent Conrad D-NDSenator Mark Udall D-COSenator John Hoeven R-NDRep. Rick Berg R-ND
  17. 17. POLITICALLY
  18. 18. POLITICALLYPolicy Recommendations: Rural Connectivity and Mobility • A major focus on upgrading and modernizing the transportation infrastructure that provides connectivity and mobility for America’s small communities and rural areas Rural Areas Must Work Together
  19. 19. POLITICALLYPolicy Recommendations:• Freight Transportation – The new legislation should also include a major focus on freight movement, including freight corridors in rural areas, especially High Priority Corridors on the National Highway System. Rural Areas Must Work Together
  20. 20. POLITICALLYPolicy Recommendations:• Rural Safety -- The new legislation should include a major focus on highway safety, especially safety on two-lane rural roads which often have fatality rates well above urban interstates.• These overburdened two-lane roads are carrying much of the food and fuel destined for major metropolitan areas. Rural Areas Must Work Together
  21. 21. POLITICALLYPolicy Recommendations:• Freight Transportation – The new legislation should also include a major focus on freight movement, including freight corridors in rural areas, especially High Priority Corridors on the National Highway System. Rural Areas Must Work Together
  22. 22. POLITICALLY
  23. 23. POLITICALLY
  24. 24. POLITICALLY
  25. 25. POLITICALLY Ports-to-Plains Alliance Mini-Summit April 20, 2012 Washington, DC Meeting Room: Gold Room, 2168 Rayburn House Office Building Time: 2 hours (9-11 am) Invited Audience: Congressional Members Congressional Staff Focused on the Ports-to-Plains Alliance Region and Caucus Members
  26. 26. POLITICALLY Ports-to-Plains Alliance Mini-Summit Oil and Gas Prices and the ConsumerDescription: New energy opportunities for North America in thePorts-to-Plains Region are growing quickly. These opportunitiesare largely dependent upon the decisions of regulators. What arethese key opportunities and what affect will these opportunitieshave on consumer oil and gas prices.• Hydraulic Fracturing and Domestic Opportunities• Keystone XL Pipeline and Energy Security• Incentives, What Incentives?
  27. 27. POLITICALLY Ports-to-Plains Alliance Mini-Summit Electricity and the EconomyDescription: There is not a sector of the economy that is notaffected by the cost and availability of electricity. Renewableenergy is providing many of our rural communities in the Ports-to-Plains region an economic shot in the arm as well as creating agrowing manufacturing sector across the region. At the sametime coal provides the majority of electricity in the nation whilecreating rural jobs. How can we create an electric future thatsupports the economy and the consumer?• Renewable Energy Production Tax Credits and Rural Communities• It is a long haul• Policy … Policy … Policy
  28. 28. POLITICALLY Ports-to-Plains Alliance Mini-Summit Energy and TransportationDescription: The Ports-to-Plains Alliance Corridors create thebackbone transportation corridor for North America’s EnergyCorridor. With domestic energy production booming in the region,the stresses on the rural transportation system is also booming ata time when transportation funding is slowing. What are theopportunities to address economic opportunity with atransportation system that is safe and reliable.• North America’s Energy Corridor• Pilot Permitting Proposal• Opportunity connected to opportunity … Transportation, Energy and the Economy
  29. 29. MEMBERSHIP Currently 165 member organizations
  30. 30. MEMBERSHIP • Cities: Membership dues are figured at .61 per capita based on current census • Counties: Membership dues are figured at .10 per capita based on current census • $500 (International Economic Development Organizations and Chambers) • $250 (U.S. Economic Development Organizations and Chambers) • $2,000 - $50,000 (Business and Industry)

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