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  1. MotivaOverview

  2. Port Arthur, Texas • Norco, Louisiana • Convent, Louisiana • 270 M bbls/day 600 M bbls/day • 220 M bbls/day • 250 M bbls/day Motiva - Refineries • 3 Refineries = approx. 740 thousand bbls/day of crude oil refining capacity (Post Exp: 1,070 million bbls/day) • Today Produce approximately 420 thousand bbls/day gasoline; 260 thousand bbls/day diesel

  3. Motiva - Terminals • Ownership in 41 refined product terminals • Terminal Hubs for Ethanol, Heating Oil, Gasoline Blending

  4. Motiva - Petroleum Marketer Market Shell gasoline and other petroleum products in all or part of 26 states and Washington, D.C. thru approx. 8,000 retail outlets

  5. New England Ethanol

  6. NE Regional Gasoline Demand At 10% ethanol blend this equals approximately 55 thousand BPD Source: Woods and Poole

  7. Boston Providence New York City Philadelphia Regional Population Centers • Populations Centers: • Gasoline primarily supplied by Irving Refinery • Ethanol primarily supplied via barge from Providence, Albany, and New York Harbor (Rail to Vermont) • Majority of ethanol origin from the Midwest via rail. Occasional imports S.A.

  8. U.S Ethanol Capacity Source: Ethanol plant information, updated April 2007, based on Renewable Fuels Association data.

  9. Motiva - Biofuels • Leading destination terminal provider for Ethanol suppliers in our region • Major purchaser and Ethanol blender in marketing area • First mover advantage in providing ethanol hubs • Obligated blender under Federal 2009 biodiesel blend mandate Serving the Ethanol market since the mid-90s, and our presence is growing

  10. Expanded Sewaren, New Jersey • Market leadership – first mover in NE • 1 MM BBLs Ethanol capacity • Current capacity 200 rail cars per day • Serving Ethanol producers and Northeast markets • Distilled Spirits Plant Permit

  11. Providence, Rhode Island • First mover in Rhode Island and Massachusetts markets • 265 MB of Ethanol storage • Capacity to off-load 40 rail cars per day • Load to barge and / or truck • Distilled Sprits Plant Permit

  12. Q & A