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Yara International Corporate Presentation 2012


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This is the corporate presentation of Yara International.

Yara delivers solutions for sustainable agriculture and the environment. Our fertilizers and crop nutrition programs help produce the food required for the growing world population. Our industrial products and solutions reduce emissions, improve air quality and support safe and efficient operations. Founded in Norway in 1905, Yara has a worldwide presence with sales to 150 countries. Safety is always our top priority.

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Yara International Corporate Presentation 2012

  1. 1. This is YaraCreating added value, making impact April 2012
  2. 2. Yara delivers sustainable solutions foragriculture and the environment Agricultural Industrial Environmental products products solutions
  3. 3. Our products and solutions share acommon platform PRODUCT BRANDS AND APPLICATIONS CORE PRODUCTS Global fertilizer brands Urea Nitric Nitrates acidAmmonia CN NPK Environmental Nitric acid solutions Urea Gases Industrial applications
  4. 4. Key numbers Number of employees 19,5 million tonsRevenues and other > 7,600 Crop nutrientsincome (2011) Located in more than 3,1 million tonsUSD 14.4 50 countries Industrial productsbillion Sales to more then 1,5 million tons Environmental 150 countries solutions
  5. 5. Historically strong financial results REVENUES EBITDA DEBT/EQUITY RATIO NOK billion, 2007-2011 NOK billion, 2007-2011 Percent, 2007-2011100 20 100 90 18 90 80 16 80 70 14 70 60 12 60 50 10 50 40 8 40 30 6 30 20 4 20 10 2 10 0 0 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
  6. 6. Yara has a solid global presenceYara plantsJoint ventureSales officesDevelopment programsR&D Units
  7. 7. 19.6 million tons of fertilizer sold on fivecontinents in 2011 48% Europe 9.4 mil. tons North America 15% 2.9 mil. tons Asia 12% 2.3 mil. tons Africa 6% 1.2 mil. tons 19% Latin America 3.8 mil. tons
  8. 8. Our presence across the value chain producessynergies YARA Worldwide marketing andProduction on six continents and operations in more than 50 countries farmer education activities Market insight and R&D form basis for innovative solutions and technologies Sourcing Production Shipping Storage Wholesale Retail Application Fragmented – some big players Highly fragmented – many small players INDUSTRY
  9. 9. Our integrated business model provides scale,flexibility and a end-to-end presence Downstream Upstream Industrial Supply & Trade Scale Unique Unrivalled advantages flexibility presence
  10. 10. Safety is always our top priority Ambition of zero injuries to people and no major process related incidents Product stewardship program Production according to high technical standards Reliable transport and shipping concepts Best practice sharing on storage and handling with partners and customers
  11. 11. The upstream business area is our productionplatform Includes Yara’s large-scale ammonia and fertilizer plants and a phosphate mine – Economies of scale – Low-cost gas – Aligned processes and high productivity – Strong product portfolio
  12. 12. The downstream business area markets world-leading crop nutrients Value added for the grower by offering a complete plant nutrient solution Agronomic and application competence Local market knowledge – presence in 50 countries Sales to over 150 countries worldwide Over 120 million bags of fertilizers are sold annually under the Viking Ship logo – one of the world’s best known agricultural brands
  13. 13. The industrial business area markets nitrogen applications Environmental Environmental Technical Solutions Chemicals Solutions Ammonium CO2 Stationary Mobile/Air1 Nitrates MaritimeMultiple chemical Abatement of NOx Abatement of NOx Solutions to the Civil CO2 in a gas, liquidapplications for emissions from emissions from explosives industry and Dry ice formathealthcare, food, heavy duty vehicles, stationary and based on Technical for freshness andpharmaceutical, car tractors and trains. maritime sources nitrates (AN and CN) carbonationindustries, space and (NOxCare) for the mining andH2S abatement. construction industries
  14. 14. The Supply and Trade business area optimizespurchasing and commodity trading Energy & raw material purchasing Third party sourcing Feed phosphates purchasing Ammonia trading & shipping Maritime logistics
  15. 15. Yara is the world’s leading provider of nitrogen-based fertilizer and industrial productsVision Mission ValuesIndustry Shaper Better Yield Ambition, Teamwork, Trust, AccountabilityYara aims to set industry Yara will deliver good returns Yara aims to drive astandards through for its owners, the world performance culture built onperformance and growth farming community, its vision and mission, the customers and society four core values and the overall. company’s Code of Conduct
  16. 16. Yara addresses interconnected challenges,creating competitive edge, value and impact Resources Food Environment
  17. 17. The world must feed 9 billion people by 2050The challenge is to do so without consuming more resources Arable land Fresh water CO2 generated per output unit 2800 9.5 Arable land in m2 World Population per person (left axis) 2600 World Population 8.5 in billions (right axis) 2400 7.5 2200 Arable land 6.5 2000 Source: UN Medium variant 1800 5.5 scenario. FAO (2003): World 2000 2015 2030 2050 Agriculture: Towards 2015/2030.
  18. 18. Yara applies its strength and knowledge tosolve key global challenges EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES Emissions to air Water scarcity Resource efficiency BUSINESS COMPETITIVE OPPORTUNITIES ADVANTAGES INTERNAL CAPABILITIES
  19. 19. Increasing Resource efficiencyThe challenge Yara’s approach Sustain growth in an era of  Greater efficiency resource scarcity  Better land use strategies  New and smart water solutions  Improved energy efficiency
  20. 20. Promoting Food securityThe challenge Yara’s approach Boost food production to  Crop nutrition solutions feed a fast-growing and  Value chain approach more prosperous global  Enhancing food quality population  Cross-sector partnership  Increased agricultural productivity
  21. 21. Addressing Environmental issuesThe challenge Yara’s approach Sustain growth while  Sustainable solutions for mitigating environmental yield growth impact  Higher precision in application  Emissions management