Develop Broader Capabilities:Bio-Based ChemicalsWorld Biofuels Market Brazil   Ed Dinnen,CEOSeptember 28, 2011Ed Dineen, CEO
What’s in a name?                      life                     sustain                       billion               Life s...
Replace the “whole barrel”              Current biofuels        Gasoline                                      Diesel/     ...
New LS9 focus      Better understand and exploit the full range of our technology platform      Define/drive commerciali...
Simple Efficient Processes      • Platform      • High yield                                             Drop in:      • S...
Our value creators      Better, more stable cost position      Production optionality      Ability to target specific, ...
Portfolio pipeline                                                                                     COMMERCIALIZATION  ...
Initial-to-medium term chemical market fits                                                       Aldehydes               ...
LS9 additional chemical opportunities      New green markets – green plastics, phthate replacements       biodegradable s...
We are bringing a family of sustainable fuel products   to the market     LS UltraClean™ Fuels                            ...
We have multiple initial commercialization pathways      P&G Venture – alcohols      Alcohol offtake partners      Este...
Scale-up plans     South San Francisco, CA     Okeechobee, FL9/28/11                        LS9, Inc.   12
Feedstocks          Geographic positions               Forge alliances/integration           U.S.                        ...
Competitive position vs.   Other advanced bio product strategies     Strategic focus                             Examples ...
Board of Directors          Ed Dineen        Noubar Afeyan       Vinod Khosla       Peter Nieh       Charles Cooney       ...
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  1. 1. Develop Broader Capabilities:Bio-Based ChemicalsWorld Biofuels Market Brazil Ed Dinnen,CEOSeptember 28, 2011Ed Dineen, CEO
  2. 2. What’s in a name? life sustain billion Life sciences As in preserve and renew. Representing the significant enhancing human life. quantities of renewable fuels and chemicals that will be used by billions of people on our Earth. To continue to sustain life as we know it with a growing population in the billions, the world needs practical, commercially relevant technologies that enable renewable alternatives to petroleum-based products. LS9 is bringing these technologies and products to the world.9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 2
  3. 3. Replace the “whole barrel” Current biofuels Gasoline Diesel/ Barrel of crude heating oil oil products LS9 BioProducts Aviation Chemicals Lower value Heavy fuel, coke, gases9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 3
  4. 4. New LS9 focus  Better understand and exploit the full range of our technology platform  Define/drive commercialization pathways  Build the management team and strengthen/grow technology team  Deliver new funding sources9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 4
  5. 5. Simple Efficient Processes • Platform • High yield Drop in: • Simple - Fuels - Chemicals Synthetic Biology Organic (fuel) Engineered Microbial Aqueous Catalyst (sugar) Diverse Renewable Feedstocks Single microbial transformation from sugar to finished product 59/28/11 LS9, Inc.
  6. 6. Our value creators  Better, more stable cost position  Production optionality  Ability to target specific, dedicated large volumes for new uses  Ability to bio-directly produce higher value products (derivatives of oleochemicals)  New materials: odd chain, beta-hydroxy esters, selective olefin content, unique branching9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 6
  7. 7. Portfolio pipeline COMMERCIALIZATION α olefins Internal olefins Other Alcohols Amines Other Esters LS Diesel™ (FAME/FAEE) Paraffins LS Jet™ (via FAME) Amides LS Jet™ (Alkanes) Bi-functional LS Diesel™ (Alkanes) Specialty esters molecules LS Kerosene™ Fatty alcohols (C10-C18) Aldehydes Ketones Waxes Longer (>C20) molecules9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 7
  8. 8. Initial-to-medium term chemical market fits Aldehydes Branched Internal & ALC, AC, ά olefins Alkanes Market Esters Esters Linear FALC Fatty FAC $B Detergents & cleaners X X X X X 100 Lubricants & fuel X X X X 45 additives Plasticizers X X 7 Personal care X X X 5 Polymer comonomers X X 2 Fragrance chemicals X X X X 29/28/11 LS9, Inc. 8
  9. 9. LS9 additional chemical opportunities  New green markets – green plastics, phthate replacements biodegradable surfactants  Enhanced oil recovery/gas fracking chemical solutions  Higher value products via research & development extensions  Bi-functional molecules for engineering resins9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 9
  10. 10. We are bringing a family of sustainable fuel products to the market LS UltraClean™ Fuels Very Large Global Markets: Diesel/ $1.5 Trillion/yr. - LS Diesel™ (FAME) Kerosene - LS Diesel™ (FAEE) Aviation $300 Billion/yr. - LS Diesel™ (Alkanes) Fuels - LS Kerosene™ (lower chain FAME) - LS Jet™ (via FAME/FALC processing) - LS Jet™ (Alkanes)9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 10
  11. 11. We have multiple initial commercialization pathways  P&G Venture – alcohols  Alcohol offtake partners  Ester offtake partners  Fuel license with/without chemicals  Fuels partnership And significant potential to grow based on existing market drivers and new market outlets9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 11
  12. 12. Scale-up plans South San Francisco, CA Okeechobee, FL9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 12
  13. 13. Feedstocks Geographic positions Forge alliances/integration  U.S. validation with new technologies  Brazil  HCL CleanTech  Wood  Thailand  Chemtex  Bagasse  China  Abengoa  Corn stover  EU  Switchgrass Traditional sources By-products as feedstock  Sugar cane  Molasses  Sweet sorghum  Glycerin  Corn  Sugar beet9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 13
  14. 14. Competitive position vs. Other advanced bio product strategies Strategic focus Examples  One core product /  Cellulosic ethanol One primary market  One core product /  n-butanol, l-butanol, Multiple markets Farnesene  One product family /  Algae based oils Multiple markets  Multiple product families /  Alcohols, esters, alkanes, Multiple markets olefins, aldehydes, etc.9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 14
  15. 15. Board of Directors Ed Dineen Noubar Afeyan Vinod Khosla Peter Nieh Charles Cooney LS9 Flagship Ventures Khosla Ventures Lightspeed Massachusetts Venture Partners Institute of Technology Board Observers:  BlackRock  Procter & Gamble  Chevron9/28/11 LS9, Inc. 15

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