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Enron Overview Jeff Skilling Chief Operating Officer. Total Return to Shareholder* January 1, 1990 to May 31, 2000. 1,200. Enron Corp 1,224% S&P 500 417% Pipeline Avg 279% Utility Avg 195% E&P Avg 93% . 1,000. 294%. 800. 600. 400. 200. 0. -200. Dec-91. Dec-94.

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Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

Enron OverviewJeff SkillingChief Operating Officer


Total return to shareholder january 1 1990 to may 31 2000

Total Return to Shareholder*January 1, 1990 to May 31, 2000

1,200

Enron Corp 1,224%

S&P 500 417%

Pipeline Avg 279%

Utility Avg 195%

E&P Avg 93%

1,000

294%

800

600

400

200

0

-200

Dec-91

Dec-94

Dec-92

Dec-90

Dec-95

Dec-98

Dec-93

Dec-96

Dec-97

Dec-99

May-00

*Dividends Reinvested in Security


Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

Fourth Vision

?

(2000- )

Enron’s Visions to Date

Third Vision

To Become the World’s Leading Energy Company

(1995-1999)

Second Vision

Become the World’s

First Natural Gas Major

(1990-1995)

First Vision

Become the Premier Integrated Natural Gas Company in North America

(1986-1989)


The energy network model

Physical Assets

Contract Access

Market Making

The Energy Network Model

Applications

Utility Facility

Operations

& Management

Fuel

Management

Services

Energy

Outsourcing

eCommerce

Applications

Price Risk

Management

Contracts

Peaking &

Storage Services

Physical Delivery

Contracts

Settlement

Services

Finance


Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

Energy

Communications

Transportation

&

Distribution

Wholesale

Energy

Retail

Energy

Broadband

Services

Enron

Net Works

  • Bandwidth Managementand Broadband DeliveryServices

  • Seeks IT Commercial synergies

  • Natural Gas Transportation

  • Electric Distribution

  • Marketing and Delivery of Energy Products Worldwide

  • Energy Outsourcingto Commercial and Industrial Customers

Traditional

New


Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

Energy

Communications

Transportation

&

Distribution

Wholesale

Energy

Retail

Energy

Broadband

Services

Enron

Net Works

  • Natural Gas Transportation

  • Electric Distribution

Traditional

New


Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

Transportation and Distribution

Operating Highlights

Northern Border

1,214 Miles

  • Began construction for Florida Gas Transmission’s Phase IV expansion. Conducted Open Season for Mainline expansion.

  • Transwestern installed new compressor station in Gallup, NM increasing available capacity by 15 percent.

  • 99% Utilization of Northern Border’s Pipeline.

  • Currently conducting open season for C & D line extensions on Northern Natural Gas’ Pipeline.

Northern Natural Gas

16,463 Miles

Transwestern Pipeline

2,487 Miles

Florida Gas Transmission

4,795 Miles

Interstate Throughput

(Bbtu/d)

9,785

9,151

  • Throughput for 1999 was 9.2 Bbtu/d

  • Operates 32,000 Miles of Natural Gas Pipelines

  • Serves Customers in 21 states

  • Transports 15% of U.S. Natural Gas Demand


Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

Energy

Communications

Transportation

&

Distribution

Wholesale

Energy

Retail

Energy

Broadband

Services

Enron

Net Works

  • Bandwidth Managementand Broadband DeliveryServices

  • Seeks IT Commercial synergies

  • Natural Gas Transportation

  • Electric Distribution

  • Marketing and Delivery of Energy Products Worldwide

  • Energy Outsourcingto Commercial and Industrial Customers

Traditional

New


Wholesale energy operations and services

Wholesale Energy Operations and Services

Income Before Interest and Taxes

(Millions)

Physical Volumes

(BBtue/d)

32,429

$1,317

27,308

$968

17,970

$654

12,392

$466

$401

8,966

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

38% Compound Annual Growth Rate

35% Compound Annual Growth Rate


Enron s wholesale energy network north america

COB

Hub

COB

ComEd

Hub

Hub

Cinergy

Hub

Cinergy

Hub

Palo

Verde

Hub

Palo

Verde

Hub

Entergy

Hub

Henry

Entergy

Hub

Hub

Henry

Hub

PJM

Hub

Enron’s Wholesale Energy NetworkNorth America

Marketing Offices

Owned and Leased Capacity

NYMEX Trading

Owned Gas Storage

Leased Storage

COB

COB

COB

Power Plants

Hub

Hub

Hub

In Operation

In Construction

Under Development

Cinergy

Cinergy

Cinergy

Hub

Hub

Hub

Energy Marketing

Activity

Palo

Palo

Palo

Gas

Power

Coal

Verde

Verde

Verde

TVA

Hub

Hub

Hub

Hub

Entergy

Entergy

Entergy

Hub

Hub

Hub

Henry

Henry

Henry

Hub

Hub

Hub

Enron’s Extensive Network and Broad Range of Capabilities Offer Customers Higher Value Products at Lower Costs


Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

Enron’s European Wholesale Network

Nordic Region

Market Maker and Largest

Power Marketer

U.K.

Established Market Leader in Power and Gas

Helsinki

Nord

Pool

Total Volumes (BBtue/d)

Oslo

3,243

Offices

Energy Exchange

LNG Project Under Development

Energy Services

Energy Partnerships

Leased Capacity

Utility Services

Stockholm

Teesside

1,875 MW

Power and Other

Wilton

154 MW

Gas

Amsterdam

Moscow

APX

Oxford

Warsaw

1,825

Nowa Sarzyna

116 MW

EEX

Brussels

London

Frankfurt

Power Plants

In Operation

In Construction

Under Development

Energovill

Enron/Petrom JV

Zurich

+78%

Budapest

Milan

Jertovec

Energy Marketing

Activity

Bucharest

240 MW

Gas

Power

Coal

Sarlux

551 MW

Madrid

1Q99

1Q00

Marmara

478 MW

Arcos

1,200 MW

Continental Europe

Only Significant New Entrant in Power and Gas


Enron today international portfolio

In Operation

Power Plant

Pipeline

Other

E&P

LPG Facility

LNG Facility

Water

Gas Distribution

ElectricityDistribution

In Development

Power Plant

Pipeline

Other

E&P

LPG Facility

LNG Facility

LNG Vessel

Barge

Offices

OfficeLocations

Enron Today: International Portfolio

In Construction

Power Plant

Pipeline

Other

LPG Facility

LNG Facility

Teesside

1,875 MW

United Kingdom

London

Poland Elektrocieplownia

Nowa Sarzyna

116 MW

Sutton Bridge

790 MW

Germany

Bitterfeld

125 MW

Wessex

Jertovec

240 MW

Italy

Milan

Croatia

Zagreb

China

Beijing

Turkey

Trakya

478 MW

South Korea

Seoul

Western-Eastern China

Natural Gas Pipeline

Palestine

Gaza

Power Project

Wuhan

Loop

Italy

Sarlux

551 MW

SK-Enron

Gas Distribution

LPG Import

EOG

Sichuan

E&P

Sichuan-WuhanNatural Gas Pipeline

Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo

Puerto Rico

San Juan

LNG Vessel

135 Mc3m

EOG - India

3,200 Bbls/d

38 MMcf/d

Dabhol-

Talasari

Pipeline

United Arab Emirates

Dubai

Wuhan Qingshan

443 MW

EcoEléctrica

507 MW

LNG Facility

Puerto Plata

185 MW

Guatemala

Guatemala City

Chengdu

Logun

284 MW

Wuhan Wuchang

189 MW

Guam

Anigua

Abu Dhabi

500,000 Tons

LNG Export

Puerto Quetzal

110 MW

124 MW

San Juan Gas

LDC

Philippines

Manila

India

Delhi,

Mumbai

Oman

1.6 MM Tons

LNG Export

Jamaica

Kingston

Piti

80 MW

Trinidad and

Tobago

EOG

115 MMcfd;

3,500 Bbls/d

Hainan Island

160 MW

ProCaribe

Subic Bay

116 MW

Thailand

Bangkok

Dabhol

LNG

Import

IGL

Progasco

Vietnam

Hanoi

Batangas

110 MW

Nicaragua

Corinto

70MW

Nigeria

Lagos StatePower Project90 MW Barge

560 MW CCGT

Venezuela

Caracas

First Gas Power Co

Fuel Supply

30-35,000 Bbls/d

Malaysia

2.6 MM Tons

LNG Export

India

Dabhol

2,184 MW

Phase I: 740 MW

Phase II: 1,444 MW

Ventane

Colombia

Bogotá

Panama

Bahía Las Minas

355 MW

Phase I: 245 MW

Phase II: 110 MW

Citadel Venezolana

Benin

Integrated Gas

& Power Project

80 MW

20 Miles

Singapore

Bachaquero III

Promigas

1,062 Miles

Accro III & IV

Gaspart Northeast

5 LDC

CALIFE

LDC

Centragas

357 Miles

Pantanal Energía

480 MW

Phase I: 150 MW

Phase II & III: 330 MW

Indonesia

Jakarta

Bolivia

Santa Cruz

Maputo Iron &

Steel ProjectIntegrated Steel SlabManufacturing Facility 3.5 MTPY

Brazil

Salvador, Sáo Paulo, Rio de Janeiro

Cuiabá Pipeline

385 Miles

TRANSREDES

3,093 Miles

Riogás/CEG

LDC

Bolivia to Brazil

Pipeline

1,864 Miles

Pande Gas Project378 Miles

Gaspart South

2 LDC

Elektro Eletricidade e Serviços

Mozambique

Maputo

South Africa

Johannesburg

Obras Sanitarias

de Mendoza

Australia

Sydney

Argentina

Buenos Aires

TGS

4,104 Miles

Enron projects completed or underway

in over 30 countries


Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

EnronOnline

TM

Putting the Energy into e-commerce

TM


Enrononline extending enron s products to the internet

EnronOnline Extending Enron’s Products to the Internet

Free, Reliable Transaction System with Enron as Principal

Fully Integrated into Enron’sEstablished Risk Managementand Logistic Processes

Utilizing Site to Offer Energy-Related Auction Capabilities

Expands Enron’s Information Base and Market Knowledge

“Tried and Tested” Platform for Expanding Enron’s

eCommerce Activity


Mass customization enron risk products

Mass CustomizationEnron Risk Products

EnronOnline: 840 products

Gas

Electricity

Liquids

Other


Enrononline daily transactions

EnronOnlineDaily Transactions

Nov & Dec 1999

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

June


Impact of enrononline

EnronOnline

EnronOnline

Impact of EnronOnline

Gas

Power

544

116

480

109

452

97

EnronOnline start date

EnronOnline start date

410

85

Deals per week

260

54

225

43

40

158

132

21

December

January

December

January


Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

Energy

Communications

Transportation

&

Distribution

Wholesale

Energy

Retail

Energy

Broadband

Services

Enron

Net Works

  • Bandwidth Managementand Broadband DeliveryServices

  • Seeks IT Commercial synergies

  • Natural Gas Transportation

  • Electric Distribution

  • Marketing and Delivery of Energy Products Worldwide

  • Energy Outsourcingto Commercial and Industrial Customers

Traditional

New


Enron energy services

Enron Energy Services

Annual Contract Value

(Billions)

Profitability

(Millions)

$75

$16.0

($107)

($119)

($68)

$8.5

$3.8

$1.2

1997

1998

1999

2000E

1997

1998

1999

2000E


Total energy outsourcing

Total Energy Outsourcing

Customer Needs

Traditional Suppliers

Enron

Utilities

Commodity

Management

Light

Software Vendors

Control Manufacturers

Architects

Energy Information Management

Engineers

Equipment Manufacturers

Conditioned Air

Mechanical Contractors

Energy Asset

Management

Electrical Contractors

HVAC Svc Companies

Facilities

Management

Consultants

Specialty Contractors

Managed Facilities

Lenders

Capital

Management

Internal Treasury


Enron s retail energy customers

Enron’s Retail Energy Customers

High Technology

Hotels / REITs

Manufacturing

  • BICCGeneral

  • Lockheed Martin

  • MFG

  • The Orange County Register

  • Owens Corning

  • Polaroid

  • Ridgid

  • Solo

  • Tyco Healthcare

  • World Color™

  • Applied Materials

  • Cisco Systems

  • GTE

  • IBM

  • InfoMart

  • Lucent Technologies Bell Labs Industries

  • Pacific Bell

  • Excelsior Hotel

  • Hilton

  • Hyatt

  • Simon

Food Processing

Sports Venues

Financial Institutions

Public Sector/Institutions

  • OceanSpray

  • Packaged Ice Inc.

  • Suiza

  • Tricon

  • Cleveland Browns

  • Enron Field

  • San Francisco Giants

  • Bank of America

  • Chase

  • First Interstate

  • Archdiocese of Chicago

  • California State University

  • Department of Veterans Affairs

  • DESC

  • Fort Hamilton

  • General Services Administration

  • Los Angeles County


Enron retail in europe

  • Marketing Offices in London, Frankfurt, Stockholm and Amsterdam

  • 670 Employees

  • Successfully Expanding U.S. Relationships to Europe

  • Rolling Out Energy Outsourcing to Large European Customers

  • Significantly Growing Mid-Market Commodity Business

    • Customer Segments Include:

      • Retail Establishments

      • Transportation

      • Government

Enron Retail in Europe


Enron overview jeff skilling chief operating officer

Energy

Communications

Transportation

&

Distribution

Wholesale

Energy

Retail

Energy

Broadband

Services

Enron

Net Works

  • Bandwidth Managementand Broadband DeliveryServices

  • Seeks IT Commercial synergies

  • Natural Gas Transportation

  • Electric Distribution

  • Marketing and Delivery of Energy Products Worldwide

  • Energy Outsourcingto Commercial and Industrial Customers

Traditional

New


Enron broadband services

Enron Broadband Services

Enron

Intelligent

Network

BandwidthIntermediation

ContentServices

Deploy the Most Open, Efficient Network with Broad Connectivity

Be the World’s Largest Provider of Premium Broadband Delivery Services

Be the World’sLargest Buyer andSeller of Bandwidth

Fiber

Servers

Pooling Points

Software

Bandwidth Marketing

ComprehensiveBandwidthManagement

Delivery of StreamingContent

Data Management Services

Replicating Enron’s Wholesale Energy Experience and Skill Base in a Highly Scalable, Efficient Broadband Strategy


Network connectivity

Network Connectivity

Europe

Asia

Fiber

Servers

Markets

Pooling Points

Unlimited, Real-Time Bandwidth Access with

End-to-End Control


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