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  1. IHS Environment DomainChris MethvenDirector Business Development –

  2. Solutions Overview… • Dolphin • MSDS Management • Physical Inventories • Greening supply chain and reducing spend • Environmax • Hazardous Material Management System • ESP • Environment, Health and Safety and Sustainability Management Information Systems

  3. IHS Dolphin Chemical Lifecycle Management

  4. IHS-Dolphin solutions allow companies to track and report chemical information at the site, division or corporate level. Functionality allows for compliance with basic employee right-to-know regulations through regulatory reporting and ultimately greening the supply chain with the following three objectives: • Reduce Chemical Spend • Reduce Toxicity • Reduce Environmental Liability

  5. Typical Customer Needs Overview • Global-enterprise solution • MSDS and Chemical Management • Compliance tool for meeting different regulatory and regional needs • Track, search and identify chemical data (what chemicals are used, where and how are they regulated) • Track associated chemical data (ingredients, parts, hazards, classifications, regulatory list comparison) • Chemical Inventory, container tracking and bar-coding • Material/Chemical Request and Approval • Taking Physical Inventories • Chemical reduction, human health and environmental hazard reduction • “Greening of chemicals” • Data Services • MSDS and associated data automation, cleansing and enrichment

  6. Does your prospect have a requirement? • Do you have an automated MSDS Management system in place today? • Is it a centralized system for all your sites or is it decentralized • Is it a third party system or in house developed system • What are you doing to manage your chemical data? • Knowledge of chemical ingredient data • Regulatory reporting (regulatory lists, REACH, Department of Homeland Security, etc.) • Do you have “Greening” initiatives and/or a Sustainability team? • Do you have a Sustainability team in place? • Do you have initiatives to Green your workplace? • Chemical Reduction • Selection of safer and better chemicals

  7. Providing a spectrum of innovative tools designed to protect people, planet, and profits Regulatory Compliance Process Improvements, Efficiencies Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Green Chemistry Electronic MSDS Management Chemical Management Risk and Cost Reduction Designing Green Chemical Data Ingredients, hazards and classifications Chemical Approval Physical Inventories Labels, Reporting Waste Management Chemical Scoring and Analysis Green Product Selector Sourcing Solutions Scorecards Screening 12 Principles of Green Chemistry Design and Discover Green Paths Choosing Green Chemicals Formulators and Bench Chemists MSDS Searching MSDS Management Tools 2004 2002 1991 2007 Leveraging Chemical Information INNOVATION

  8. The Services Overview Standardize & Cleanse the chemical data • Merge data from disparate systems • Standardize available indexed data • Product & Manufacturer names (inconsistent naming conventions, merged manufacturers) • Ingredient data (ingredient names, CAS numbers, percent contribution) • Removal of duplicate data records • Maintain a unique master set of data Enrich the data • Ingredient data (ingredient names, CAS numbers, percent contribution) • Product categorization • Market price research • Human Health and Environmental Hazard Scores • Pass/Fail and score resulting from specified criteria Visibility to Dolphin’s Master Database • Identification of green zone

  9. Case Study: North America Mining Company Profile • Annual revenue: $4.5 billion • Employees: 8,100 • Site count: 22 • Chemical products: 11,000 Results • Chemical count reduction: 4,000 • Health hazard reduction: 50% - 60% • Annual MRO cost savings of 30% - 40%

  10. IHS EnvironMax Hazardous Materials Management System (HMMS) Offering

  11. IHS EnvironMax • For over 12 years, IHS EnvironMax has been the leading COTS solution for hazardous materials and waste management for the government • IHS EnvironMax’ HMMS is in use by every branch of the defense department, along with NASA and the US Coast Guard • HMMS has enabled customers to realize hard dollar savings through: • Procurement – Reduced hazmat inventory & procurement costs • Inventory – Increased material availability and shelf life management • Waste – Reduced waste output and increase waste tracking and inventory management • Compliance Reporting – Complete automation & accuracy • Customers typically realize a payback period of 6-12 months and a first year ROI of 100-200% • Oracle Partner

  12. IHS EnvironMax customer include every defense department branch and other federal agencies

  13. IHS EnvironMax– Total Transaction Management 13

  14. Solving Multiple Problems with One Solution • What If: • An unlabeled bottle kills someone? • A bad report costs you $10,000 a day? • You can realize a validated 4:1 ROI installing an environmental information management system? • You could reduce waste while increasing production? The Solution: Automated Environmental Total Transaction Management … HMMS

  15. IHS HMMS Value The HMMS enterprise-wide, web-based software suite enables users to automate: • Chemical Supply Chain • Waste Tracking • Emissions Management • Regulatory Compliance which allows them to: • Increase ROI • Establish Control and Accountability • Mitigate Risk • Manage Multi-site Information

  16. The IHS HMMS Platform Software / Services / Content • Hazardous Material Management • Hazardous Waste Management • Air Emissions Management • Regulatory Compliance Reporting • Regulatory Content Management • Implementation and Integration • Application Support Services

  17. Customer Statistics • Financial • “… incurred savings of $1.6MM, $5.7MM, $8.4MM and $7.3 Million over four years …” • Risk Management • “… identified employee problems before chemicals purchased… first site in state with zero violations …” • Operational • “… while increasing production 40% over four years, reduced waste by 63% ...” • Managerial • “… foundation upon which we obtained ISO 14000 ...” • Logistical • “… reduced inventories 68%, hazmat acquisition 39% ...”

  18. IHS ESP From compliance to sustainability

  19. IHS ESP is the world’s leading provider of enterprise EHS-MIS solutions Since 1992, IHS ESP has focused on EHS and sustainability information systems for the Global 1000 IHS ESP solutions are implemented in over 30,000 sites in 60 countries The solutions take companies from global GHG and sustainability program management through to facility-level regulatory compliance and performance optimization They accomplish this through: Compliance assurance – Minimizing risk and improving stakeholder relations Performance optimization – Facilitating best practices, standardization and continuous improvement Decision support – Providing analysis to make critical operations and sustainability decisions 19

  20. IHS ESP customers span the globe and cover a broad range of industries Utilities Oil & Gas Aerospace & Defense Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing Automotive 20

  21. IHS ESP’s Focus – Enterprise Sustainability Better data in more accessible formats facilitates improved corporate sustainability at lower total cost Compliance risks are mitigated Critical operations decisions are supported Environmental assets and liabilities can be managed Flexible system adapts to future requirements “Help companies operate more sustainably through streamlined information systems which assure cost-effective compliance, enable asset optimization, and improve EHS performance across the enterprise” 21

  22. The need for sustainability information solutions is growing • A move towards market-based mechanisms/product lifecycle • Cap & Trade Programs (EU ETS) • Extended Producer Responsibility • A move towards reporting standards / stakeholder relations • GRI • CDP 6 • A desire for leading indicators • Forecast emissions & metrics based on production estimates • Flexibility to use systems to address new areas • Equipment performance and optimization • Asset retirement obligations

  23. Business Impact: Proliferation of Cap & Trade Programs (NOx, SO2 & CO2) RGGI Denmark Netherlands US Markets (CAIR, Acid Rain, NOx budget) UK Norway Canada Large Emitters Ontario EU ETS California & West Coast Govs Japan CCX (Voluntary) Some Chinese provinces Active/Pending Australian Greenhouse Challenge Proposed New South Wales

  24. IHS ESP Climate Change Solution 24

  25. Customer-driven solution development brings results 25

  26. Contact:Chris MethvenDirector Business Development –