Canada and U.S. Trade Overview

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Presentation by Joe Kiely, Vice President of Operations at Ports-to-Plains Alliance at Northern Ports-to-Plains Work Group Meeting in Wainwright, AB on June 21, 2013

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Canada and U.S. Trade Overview

  1. 1. Northern Ports-to-Plains Alliance Working GroupWainwright, ABJune 21, 2013Overview of Border Crossing Data,Overview of Other Corridor StudiesJoe Kiely,Vice President of OperationsPorts-to-Plains Alliance
  2. 2. Securing the Benefits ofCommerce to North America’sEnergy & Agricultural HeartlandMission:Ports-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. Membership:• Government of Alberta• Alliances:• Theodore RooseveltExpressway• Heartland Expressway• Municipalities• Counties• Economic Development• Chambers of Commerce• Businesses168 current members in U.S. andCanada. Expanding into Mexico.
  4. 4.  Economic development to rural areas ofNorth America Infrastructure to improve commerce,particularly agriculture and energy industries Improved highway safety
  5. 5. Northern Border (All Crossings)Montana (All Crossings)MT Thru PTP (Sweetgrass/Coutts to Wild Horse)North Dakota Thru PTP (Fortuna/Oungre toPortal/North Portal)Montana/North Dakota Thru PTPMontana/North Dakota (All Crossings)North Dakota (All Crossings)Alberta Thru PTPSaskatchewan Thru PTP
  6. 6. Border CrossingsEntering U.S. 2004-2012 Looks at entire U.S. /Canadian Border Empty Containers by Truckincreased 36% since 2004 Overall Decrease of 19.6%Northern Border (Total Aggregate)Year 2004 2012%Change2004-2012Trucks 6,903,882 5,623,507 -18.55%Loaded Containers 5,817,851 4,068,774 -30.06%Unloaded Containers 957,537 1,306,899 36.49%Total 13,679,270 10,999,180 -19.59%
  7. 7. Border CrossingsEntering U.S. 2004-2012 Looks at entireMontana/Canadian Border Empty Containers byTruck increased 334%since 2004 Overall Increase of 5% Market Share increasedby 0.75%Montana (Aggregate)Year 2004 2012% Change2004-2012Trucks 167,678 175,770 4.83%Loaded Containers 155,007 129,789 -16.27%Unloaded Containers 10,160 44,047 333.53%Total 332,845 349,606 5.04%% of Northern Border 2.43% 3.18% 0.75%
  8. 8. Border CrossingsEntering U.S. 2004-2012 Looks at PTP Crossings inMT/Canadian Border Empty Containers by Truckincreased 327% since 2004 Overall Increase of 13% Market Share increased by6.45%Corridor 10 MT Borders (Aggregate)Year 2004 2012% Change2004-2012Trucks 141,813 159,999 12.82%Loaded Containers 129,807 117,410 -9.55%Unloaded Containers 9,447 40,362 327.25%Total 281,067 317,771 13.06%% of MT 84.44% 90.89% 6.45%
  9. 9. Border CrossingsEntering U.S. 2004-2012 Looks at entire NorthDakota/Canadian Border Empty Containers by Truckincreased 374% since 2004 Overall Increase of 19.8% Market Share increased by2.48%North Dakota (Aggregate)Year 2004 2012%Change2004-2012Trucks 340,862 412,873 21.13%Loaded Containers 322,494 277,270 -14.02%Unloaded Containers 29,474 139,638 373.77%Total 692,830 829,781 19.77%% of Northern Border 5.06% 7.54% 2.48%
  10. 10. Border CrossingsEntering U.S. 2004-2012 Looks at PTP Crossings inND/Canadian Border Trucks increased 102% since2004 Empty Containers by Truckincreased 587% since 2004 Overall Increase of 102% Market Share increased by 12%Corridor 4 ND Borders (Aggregate)Year 2004 2012%Change2004-2012Trucks 59,709 120,703 102.15%Loaded Containers 54,087 79,048 46.15%Unloaded Containers 6,295 43,236 586.83%Total 120,091 242,987 102.34%% of ND 17.33% 29.28% 11.95%
  11. 11. Border CrossingsEntering U.S. 2004-2012 Looks at all Crossing enteringMT/ND Trucks increased 16% since2004 Empty Containers by Truckincreased 363% since 2004 Overall Increase of 15%MT/ND (All Crossings)Year 2004 2012%Change2004-2012Trucks 508,540 588,643 15.75%Loaded Containers 477,501 407,059 -14.75%Unloaded Containers 39,634 183,685 363.45%1,025,675 1,179,387 14.99%
  12. 12. Border CrossingsEntering U.S. 2004-2012 Looks at Crossings in PTPRegion Trucks increased 39% since2004 Empty Containers by Truckincreased 531% since 2004 Overall Increase of 40% Market Share of EntireNorthern Border increasedby 2.17% Market Share of All MT/NDincreased by 8.06%TransBorder Data, U.S. DOT,based on data from U.S.Department of HomelandSecurity, Customs and BorderProtectionNorthern Border (PTP)Year 2004 2012%Change2004-2012Trucks 201,522 280,702 39.29%Loaded Containers 183,894 196,458 6.83%Unloaded Containers 15,742 83,598 431.05%Total 401,158 560,758 39.78%Market Share of N. Border 2.93% 5.10% 2.17%Market Share MT/ND Crossings 39.63% 47.69% 8.06%
  13. 13. Border CrossingsEntering U.S. 2004-2012 Looks From AB Crossingsin PTP Region Trucks increased 15% since2004 Empty Containers by Truckincreased 302% since 2004 Overall Increase of 15%TransBorder Data, U.S. DOT,based on data from U.S.Department of HomelandSecurity, Customs and BorderProtectionAlberta PTP CrossingsYear 2004 2012%Change2004-2012Trucks 116,863 134,057 14.71%Loaded Containers 108,140 99,892 -7.63%Unloaded Containers 8,370 33,647 302.00%Total 233,373 267,596 14.66%
  14. 14. Border CrossingsEntering U.S. 2004-2012 Looks From SK Crossingsin PTP Region Trucks increased 73% since2004 Empty Containers by Truckincreased 578% since 2004 Overall Increase of 75%TransBorder Data, U.S. DOT,based on data from U.S.Department of HomelandSecurity, Customs and BorderProtectionSaskatchewan PTP CrossingsYear 2004 2012%Change2004-2012Trucks 84,659 146,645 73.22%Loaded Containers 75,754 96,566 27.47%Unloaded Containers 7,372 49,951 577.58%Total 167,785 293,162 74.72%
  15. 15. Alberta Truck Imports Thru MT PTP PortsAlberta Truck Exports Thru MT PTP PortsSaskatchewan Truck Imports Thru MT PTP PortsAlberta Truck Imports thru ND PTP PortsSaskatchewan Truck Imports thru ND PortsAlberta Truck Exports thru ND PTP PortsSaskatchewan Truck Exports thru MT PTP PortsSaskatchewan Truck Exports thru ND Ports
  16. 16. Truck Imports (value)2004-2012• 2004 $1.6 billion• 2011 $3.9 billion• Change: 139%PTP Thru MontanaTransBorder FreightData, U.S. DOT
  17. 17. Truck Exports (value)2004-2012• 2004 $1.0 billion• 2011 $2.5 billion• Change: 152%PTP Thru Montana
  18. 18. Truck Imports (value)2004-2012• 2004 $35 million• 2011 $138 million• Change: 294%PTP Thru Montana
  19. 19. Truck Exports (value)2004-2012• 2004 $144 million• 2011 $178 million• Change: 23%PTP Thru Montana
  20. 20. Truck Imports (value)2004-2012• 2004 $18.8 million• 2011 $20.7 million• Change: 10%PTP Thru North Dakota
  21. 21. Truck Exports (value)2004-2012• 2004 $134 million• 2011 $647 million• Change: 382%PTP Thru North Dakota
  22. 22. Truck Imports (value)2004-2012• 2004 $549 million• 2011 $3.16 billion• Change: 475%PTP Thru North Dakota
  23. 23. Truck Exports (value)2004-2012• 2004 $164 million• 2011 $344 million• Change: 109%PTP Thru North Dakota
  24. 24. D.F.Piedras NegrasSLPQuerétaroCiudad HidalgoSalina CruzCancúnChilpancingoOaxacaHermosillo ChihuahuaDurangoLa PazCuliacánMonterreySaltilloMexicaliMéridaCampecheVilla HermosaTuxtla GutiérrezChetumalTijuanaNogales Ciudad JuárezNuevo LaredoMatamorosMazatlánAcapulcoLázaro CárdenasColimaManzanilloTampicoTuxpanProgresoVeracruzTorreónZacatecasAgsCd.VictoriaGuadalajaraTepicMoreliaToluca D.F.CuernavacaPueblaJalapaSan PedroMonclova25Texas Tech UniversitySan AntonioHoustonDallasDel RioTo Ports to PlainsAllende
  25. 25. AB from Mexico -- All ModesTrader 2009 2012 Percent ChangeMexico $665,000,000 $1,532,000,000 130%ImportsExportsAB to Mexico -- All ModesTrader 2009 2012 Percent ChangeMexico $915,978,000 $983,679,000 7%
  26. 26. ImportsExportsSK from Mexico -- All ModesTrader 2009 2012 Percent ChangeMexico $115,234,000 $252,764,000 119%SK to Mexico -- All ModesTrader 2009 2012 Percent ChangeMexico $347,566,000 $735,223,000 112%
  27. 27. • Ports-to-Plains Corridor Development andManagement Plan, 2004• Corridor from Texas/Mexico ThruLubbock/Amarillo to Denver• Benefit/Cost Ratio by Economic Analysis was 3.15to 1• Over 43,000 jobs earning $4.5 billion in 2004dollars
  28. 28. • Alberta’s Need for aSecond 24 HourBorder Crossing andRecognition of anAlternate North-South Corridor, 2006
  29. 29. • US 2 / MT 16 TREDStudy, April 2007• Strategic• Competitiveness• User Perception• Design Continuity
  30. 30. • Eastern Alberta Portsto Plains CorridorDevelopment andMarketing Project,September 2010
  31. 31. • Corridor forCompetitiveness,Highway 4
  32. 32. • Nebraska HeartlandExpressway CorridorDevelopment andManagement Plan, 2013• Benefit/Cost Ration 1.98to 1• Without Consideration ofWages and Employment
  33. 33. Thoughts on Business Case1. Significant that use in region growing faster than thewhole (-19% compared to +40%)2. Combining the Region presents the strongest case.4. History is created by past circumstances.5. Business case must meet criteria of CBSA and CBP.3. Role of unloaded containers (+431%)?6. Success will take time and a commitment to thewhole.
  34. 34. Joe KielyVice President of OperationsP.O. Box 9Limon, CO 80828P: 719-775-2346C: 719-740-2240joe.kiely@portstoplains.comwww.portstoplains.comwww.ptpblog.com

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