Infrastructure at work:
The Ma’aden Alcoa $10.8bn JV in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Kenneth P. Wisnoski
President, Alcoa G...
Mine Refinery Smelter Rolling Mill
• Co-located with Smelter
at Ras Al Khair
• 380 KMT annually
• Designed for expansion
•...
Foundation for an entire new industry
2400 MW
Power Plant
Fuel
Ownership in
Ma’aden
Direct Project
Finance
Port Facilities...
4
“Ultimately the
objective is to create
opportunity and
prosperity for the
citizens of Saudi
Arabia and prosperity
and pr...
Regional and global leaders in partnership
Ma’aden:
 Established as a Saudi Arabian joint stock company in March 1997 to
...
Key Global Megatrends Are Shaping The Future
Population Growth Urbanization Environment
6
Energy consumption rising
 Incr...
Aluminum Will Need Rapid Growth To Meet Demand
3 MMT per year
5x Ma’aden smelters
per year
7 MMT per year
4x Ma’aden refin...
8
Ras Al Khair
Industrial Complex:
Smelter, Refinery,
Rolling Mill, Port
Railway(600
km)
Al Baitha
bauxite mine
Speed of progress
 Signed JV Agreement December 2009
 Ground break smelter and rolling mill June 2010
 First concrete f...
10
World’s longest potrooms: 1.3 km
11
Hon James B. Smith
Ambassador of the United States
to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
“It helps
transform
the landscape
So ...
12
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Presentation at the US-Saudi Business Opportunities Forum (Dec 5-7, 2011, Atlanta, GA). Kenneth Wisnoski, President Growth, Energy, Bauxite & Africa, Alcoa, presented at the panel titled, "Industrial Infrastructure Initiatives: Creating the Foundation for Economic Growth".

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    1. 1. Infrastructure at work: The Ma’aden Alcoa $10.8bn JV in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Kenneth P. Wisnoski President, Alcoa Global Primary Products Growth
    2. 2. Mine Refinery Smelter Rolling Mill • Co-located with Smelter at Ras Al Khair • 380 KMT annually • Designed for expansion • Body, end & tab stock for aluminum cans • Operational 2013 • Co-located with Refinery at Ras Al Khair • 740 – 780 KMT annually • Designed for expansion • Ingots, billets, T-bar and slabs for Rolling Mill • Operational 2013 • Al Ba’itha mine • 4.25 MMT annually • 30+ years of reserves • North-South railway to transport bauxite • Operational 2014 The Ma’aden Alcoa aluminium joint venture: first-mover advantage • Located at Ras Al Khair • First Alumina Refinery in GCC • 1.8 – 2.1 MMT annually • Designed for expansion • Operational 2014 Phase II Phase I 2
    3. 3. Foundation for an entire new industry 2400 MW Power Plant Fuel Ownership in Ma’aden Direct Project Finance Port Facilities 1,719 km Railroad Infrastructure Support Aluminum Project 3 Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    4. 4. 4 “Ultimately the objective is to create opportunity and prosperity for the citizens of Saudi Arabia and prosperity and profits for the people who invest in the Kingdom.” H.E Adel A. Al Jubeir Saudi Arabian Ambassador to the United States
    5. 5. Regional and global leaders in partnership Ma’aden:  Established as a Saudi Arabian joint stock company in March 1997 to facilitate the development of Saudi Arabia’s non-petroleum mineral resources and to diversify the Kingdom’s economy .  Already a world-class mineral enterprise . Alcoa:  Established 1888. World’s leading producer of primary aluminum, fabricated aluminum and alumina. Operating in 31 countries  Supplies aerospace, automotive, packaging, building and construction, commercial transportation, consumer electronics and industrial markets. 5
    6. 6. Key Global Megatrends Are Shaping The Future Population Growth Urbanization Environment 6 Energy consumption rising  Increase of 54% by 2025  Driven by developing countries Personal transport rising  Increase of 40% by 2030 Greenhouse gas regulation Global population rising  2006: 6.6 billion  2025: 7.9 billion  2050: 9.1 billion Population in cities  2006: > 50%  2030: > 60%
    7. 7. Aluminum Will Need Rapid Growth To Meet Demand 3 MMT per year 5x Ma’aden smelters per year 7 MMT per year 4x Ma’aden refineries per year 19 MMT per year 4x Ma’aden bauxite mines per year Bauxite (MMT/year) Aluminum (MMT/year)Alumina (MMT/year) Industry Growth: 6.5% CAGR ~$30 billion in Investments per year 7 2X 2X2X 214 400 2010 2020 82 156 2010 2020 39 73 2010 2020
    8. 8. 8 Ras Al Khair Industrial Complex: Smelter, Refinery, Rolling Mill, Port Railway(600 km) Al Baitha bauxite mine
    9. 9. Speed of progress  Signed JV Agreement December 2009  Ground break smelter and rolling mill June 2010  First concrete for smelter October 2010  Phase 1 financial close November 2010  Ground break refinery August 2011  First concrete rolling mill August 2011  First pot shells on site August 2011  Phase 2 financial close Today! First production-smelter and rolling mill 2013 First production-mine and refinery 2014 9
    10. 10. 10 World’s longest potrooms: 1.3 km
    11. 11. 11 Hon James B. Smith Ambassador of the United States to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia “It helps transform the landscape So of all the joint ventures going on today, this one might be the most strategically important.”
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