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A Natural Gas to Petrochemical Complex Union Industrial Estate, La Brea. Presented on August 29th, 2013 NESC, La Brea. 1. A CEC [CEC3859/2013] is being sought from the EMA to proceed with A Natural Gas to Petrochemical Complex. AGENDA Introduce the Project Sponsors

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A Natural Gas to Petrochemical Complex

Union Industrial Estate, La Brea

  • Presented on August 29th, 2013
  • NESC, La Brea

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A CEC[CEC3859/2013] is being sought from the EMA to proceed with A Natural Gas to Petrochemical Complex

    • AGENDA
  • Introduce the Project Sponsors
        • Mitsubishi Corporation
        • Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Co. Inc.
        • Neal & Massy Holdings Ltd.
  • Project Site
  • The Project
  • Activities to be undertaken by CGCL
  • Logistics
  • Possible Impacts/Risks
  • Proposed Mitigation Measures
  • Questions
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We are the project sponsors…

Represented by

Mr. Hiroshi Kita

Represented by

Mr. Chikara Jitsumatsu

Represented by

Mr. Linford Carrabon

  • Neal & Massy Holdings Limited is
  • the parent company of the
  • Neal & Massy Group of Companies.
  • We operate mainly in Trinidad and
  • Tobago, Barbados, Jamaica and
  • Guyana. Key Business Units:
  • Retail
  • Distribution & Logistics
  • Consumer Finance
  • Automotive & Industrial Equipment
  • Energy & Industrial Gases
  • Information Technology &
  • Communications
  • (Website)
  • www.neal-and-massy.com
  • Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Co.
  • Inc. has been developing
  • chemicals in a wide range of
  • fields, from basic to specialty
  • chemicals. Our business
  • Segments include:
  • Natural Gas Chemicals
  • Aromatic Chemicals
  • Specialty Chemicals
  • Information & Advanced
  • Material
  • (Website)
  • www.mgc.co.jp/eng/index.html
  • Mitsubishi Corporation operates
  • companies in 6 Business Groups:
  • Industrial Finance, Logistics
  • and Development Group
  • Energy Business Group
  • Metals Group
  • Machinery Group
  • Chemicals Group
  • Living Essentials Group
  • (Website)
  • www.mitsubishicorp.com/jp/ja/csr/

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Project Sponsors’ roles

Technology Licensor

Project Coordination

Local Content

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SOBO

VILLAGE

Project Site

A “Brownfield” site

Approved and zoned for heavy gas based industrial development

Substantial infrastructural works already installed.

VESSIGNY

VILLAGE

UNION VILLAGE

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The Project…

  • Development of a project for the commercialization of natural gas-based petrochemicals.
    • The plant which will be constructed will produce 1,000,000 tonnes per year of Methanol
    • 140,000 tonnes per year of Methanol produced will be used to produce 100,000 tonnes per year of Di-Methyl-Ether (DME).
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PDA-Project Development Agreement

FID-Final Investment Decision

FEED-Front End Engineering Design

EPC-Engineering/Procurement/Construction

CEC- Certificate of Environmental Clearance

CGCL Project Schedule

GAS

TERM SHEET

FID

STARTUP

PDA

Negotiation

Pre Development

Construction

Construction

Preliminary

Works

FEED

Negotiation

CEC Process (Target)

Application

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Activities to be done

  • GENERAL
    • CGCL needs to successfully complete many activities during the Pre-Development Stage (CEC / Contracts Negotiation / Finance Arrangement / etc).
    • Target Final Investment Decision by Shareholders March, 2014
  • CONTRACTS
    • Many contracts including water and electricity still need to be finalized
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Activities to be done

  • FEED
    • Targeting to be complete in November 2013
  • LOAN
    • Targeting to reach an agreement by March 2014
    • CEC
    • Our consultant “REAL” will present
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OPERATIONS (METHANOL)

FUEL GAS

STEAM

PURGE GAS

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OPERATIONS (DME)

DME

METHANOL

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Project Impact & Mitigation Measures

THE IMPACT ON :

HEALTH

ENVIRONMENT

SAFETY

THE COMMUNITY

Local / International standards

i) Mitigation / Management plan

ii)Emergency countermeasures to be installed

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There is no known adverse negative health impact from the production of Methanol & DME

7 Methanol Plants in Point Lisas / One of the oldest products in the petrochemical industry

DME has been long used for propellant for hair spray

Assessments will be conducted as per the CEC requirements by the EMA

Health Impact

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Dust & Noise from Piling - mitigation measures in place

Traffic - There will be increased traffic during construction. As part of the CEC requirement a Traffic Management Plan will be developed.

Water Quality – Storm Water Management will be developed

Construction Waste- Standard Waste Disposal Methods-Bins on site to

segregate waste & Industrial waste

treatment

Environmental Impact

  • Water Effluent– Appropriate treatment. Historically no adverse environmental impact has been reported
  • Air Quality and Noise will be monitored and will be within EMA requirement.

During Construction

During Operations

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Safety

  • Handling Spills - Storage tanks surrounded by dirt dyke
  • - Spill Kits will be put in place
  • Fire - Fire Tender
  • - Fire Fighting System
  • Medical - Emergency Medical Technicians on site
  • - Ambulance
  • - First Aid Facility
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Employment (Expectation from the experience of another project)

During Construction – 3000 jobs (peak time)

Operations

- Direct 180 jobs

- Indirect 200 jobs

Site Workers/Employees – Point Lisas Energy Association (PLEA) Pass Card certified

Local Contractors/Sub Contractors – Safe To Work (STOW) certified

Training & Development - Plan to be developed to increase skills of local personnel (via continuous discussion with surrounding community)

Community Development

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CONTACT INFORMATION

NEC Communication Centre

Telephone Numbers 651-1173/1180

361-1866

Website:www.cgcl.co.tt