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MOL Group Petrochemicals. Operationa l integration. DOWNSTREAM. UPSTREAM. E&P. Gas Transmission. R&M. Petrochemicals. TVK ( 86 . 8 % MOL 8.1% SN ). MOL Plc. S N (98.4% MOL ). SPC (100% SN). IES ( 100 % MOL ).

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mol group a leading integrated oil and gas company

Operational integration

DOWNSTREAM

UPSTREAM

E&P

GasTransmission

R&M

Petrochemicals

TVK (86.8% MOL

8.1% SN)

MOL Plc.

SN (98.4% MOL)

SPC (100% SN)

IES (100% MOL)

INA (MOL47,15 %, Croatian government 44 %)

MOL Group – A leading integrated oil and gas company
  • One of the bestperformingintegratedenergy companiesin the world
  • Leader in coremarkets ofHungary,Slovakia and inCroatia
  • State of the artasset baseservingahigh growthregion
  • Highly successfulregional partnerships:Slovnaft, TVK, INA, IES

MOL plays a leading role in the Central European oil, gas and petrochemical business

mol group a leading integrated oil and gas company3
MOL Group – A leading integrated oil and gas company

Crude to plastic optimisation

Unbundling

Gas transmission

E&P

Petchem

Other Energy

R&M

  • UGS with 1.2 bcm strategic, 0.7 bcm commercial capacity
  • Enter to power business with CEZ
  • TSO in Hungary
  • 5,560 km high pressure gas pipeline operator
  • Petchem plants in Hungary and Slovakia
  • 880 kt ethylene capacity
  • 1.2 Mt polymer capacity
  • 5 refineries with total 470,000 bbl/day refining capacity
  • 1600+ filling stations
  • Producing assets in 7, exploration in 15 countries
  • 662 MMboe SPE 2P reserves
  • 135.5 Mboe/day production*

Data

  • 2 refineries having one of the highest net cash margin in Europe since 2003**
  • Extensive crude and product pipeline system
  • Strong market position
  • Stable EUR-base return on storage business
  • Good geographical position
  • Growing demand in electricity
  • Stable cash-flow from regulated Hungarian transmission
  • Unregulated international transit
  • Good geographical position
  • Full operational integration with R&M
  • The largest integrated olefin and polymer player in CEE
  • 70-year experience in CEE, international presence for 20 years
  • Hungarian onshore operation has one of the highest net cash margin in Europe***

Competitive advantages

  • Smooth operation of UGS
  • Building TPP in Slovnaft Refinery
  • Nabucco
  • Alternative energy
  • Become a regional hub
  • Doubling transit volume
  • NETS
  • Production growth via strong development
  • Exploration activity to increase reserve base
  • Refinery upgrade projects to become premium refinery group in Europe
  • Joint optimisation of 5 refineries and 2 petchem units

Growth drivers

  • Extend MOL’s outstanding efficiency to the whole group exploiting synergy potential

Share from 2007-2009 EBITDA

* MOL fully consolidate INA as of 30 June 2009, pro-forma 2009 data

** WoodMackenzie study (2003-2008)

*** Herold

mol group first mover in the regional downstream consolidation
MOL Group -First mover in the regional downstream consolidation
  • 2003 - 2007:Retail expansion
    • Shell Romania – 2003
    • Roth Company (Austria) - 2004
    • 67% in Energopetrol with INA (BiH) - 2006
    • Tifon (Croatia) - 2007

2009:Operational control over INA

2008:Acquisition of further 22.2% share in INA through a public offer

2007:Acquisition of IES (Italy)

2004:98.7% stake in Slovnaft via public offer

2003:Acquisition of 25.0% in INA

2002:Gain control over Slovnaft (70.0%)

2001:Gain control over TVK (34.5%)

2000:Acquisition of 32.9% of TVK, Acquisition of 36.2% of Slovnaft

petrochemical value chain structure

ethylene

sales

naphtha,

LPG, gasoil

propylene

polyolefins

MOL Refining & Marketing Division

Steam Crackers

Polymer units

LDPE

HDPE

PP

Plastics producers

olefin monomers

pygas, H2

i-butene

  • Raw-materials processed in 2009:

2.2 million tons

    • naphtha: 1821 kt
    • LPG: 339 kt
    • gasoil: 52 kt
  • Polymer sales in 2009:

1.2 million tons

    • LDPE: 233 kt
    • HDPE: 394 kt
    • PP: 527 kt

MOL Petrochemicals

(TVK+SPC)

  • First choice supplier in domestic (H, SK) polyolefin markets
  • Strong positions in other CEE markets – nice positions in WE
  • SCM coordinated optimisation, fully integrated with Refining
Petrochemical value chain structure

MOL PETROCHEMICALS

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R&M

Petrochemicals

Refining

(naphtha, LPG, gasoil)

Olefins

(ethylene, propylene)

Polymers

(LDPE, HDPE, PP)

Base transfers

Petrochemicals – Crude to plastic optimization

Petrochemicals is a significant risk mitigator in the hydrocarbon value chain

Transfer to Petchem

  • Petrochemicals support R&M growth as captive market for excess gasoline through naphtha.
  • Current annual feedstock transfer of 2.3Mt from Refining to Petchem…
  • …and 0.6Mt from Petchem to Refining
mol petrochemicals key assets and product flows

Olefins

Polyethylene (LD/HD)

Polypropylene

Ethylene sales

ethylene

*

TVK Steam Cracker 1

370 ktpaLinde1975

TVK Steam Cracker 2

290 ktpaLinde2004

naphtha

gasoil

LPG

TVKLDPE 1

32 ktpaICI1970

TVKLDPE 2

65 ktpaBASF1991

TVKHDPE 1

200 ktpaPhilips1986

TVKHDPE 2

220 ktpaMitsui2004

TVKPP 3

100 ktpaHimont1989

TVKPP 4

180 ktpaHimont1999

R E F I N E R I E S

propylene

by-products

ethylene

naphtha

gasoil

LPG

propylene

SPC Steam Cracker

219 ktpaABB Lummus1975

SPCLDPE 1

50 ktpaICI1964

SPCLDPE 2

40 ktpaICI1976

SPCLDPE 3

88 ktpaCDF1977

SPCPP 3

255 ktpaDow2005

propylene

by-products

MOL Petrochemicals: Key assets and product flows

TVK, Tiszaújváros site

SPC, Bratislava site

*permanently shut down in 2009

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Local presence of MOL Petrochemicals

Focus markets:

  • Western Europe: niche position
  • Central Europe including: Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, the Balkans (BG, BiH, CRO, SRB, CG, MAC, SLO), the Baltics (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia)
  • EE: Ukraine

R=1000 km circles

with TVK/SPC in focal points

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LDPE

HDPE

PP

One of the largest polyolefin players in CEE

Polyolefin capacities in the region*

  • Our competitive advantages:
  • efficient assets
  • up-to-date product portfolio
  • our integrated and optimised feedstock supply
  • strong regional position
  • proximity to rapid growth regions of Eastern Europe

* Region contains: H, CZ, SK, PL, SLO, A, CRO, RO, BiH, SR, CG, MAC, GR, BG, UA, BLO, E-Germany, N-Italy

polyolefins production capacity
Polyolefins production capacity
  • Commodity products, competitive quality
  • Grades in portfolio for each major application area
  • Flexibility to develop tailor-made products
applications
Applications
  • Strengths of LDPE:

MFI (Melt Flow Index) in range 0,3 to 200(synonyms of Melt Flow Index are Melt Flow Rate and Melt Index)

Grades of stable quality from autoclave and tubular process are available

Film grades from tubular process shows very good optical properties, drawability and broad processing-window

Special very high MFI grades from autoclave process are unique on European market

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Applications
  • Strengths of HDPE MITSUI technology

Excellent product quality ( Unimodal and Bimodal MWD)

Outstanding combination of the mechanical properties: high tensile modulus combined with an ESCR, which is much higher than with standard unimodal HDPE blow moulding grades (potential for wall thickness reduction)

Outstanding combination of excellent film impact strength and good processability at bimodal film resin ( potential for film thickness reduction), possibility to produce PE100 pipe grade

  • Strengths of HDPE PHILIPS technology

Medium and high density polyethylene are produced by continuous suspension polymerization using low pressure catalytic process

Density range of 0,934 – 0,955 g/cm3

High polymer purity and constant quality

Possibility to produce PE80 pipe grade

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Applications

HHomopolymers: the result of the polymerization of a single monomer.A homopolymer consists of a single type of repeating unit.

RCRandom Copolymers: a copolymer consisting of alternating segments of two monomeric units of random distribution, including single molecules. A random copolymer usually results from copolymerization of two monomers (propylene and about 7 weight percent ethylene) in the presence of a free-radical initiator.

ICImpact Copolymers: contains about 22 weight percent ethylene for improve impact resistance of PP