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Goin ’ With the Flow? What’s Moving On the Waterways? (Commodities Panel). Ken Eriksen Senior Vice President October 2, 2013. Charting the Coarse. General Barge Supply and Demand Situation and Outlook Grain: Chris Stringer, Senior Merchant, CHS, Inc.

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    1. Goin’ With the Flow?What’s MovingOn the Waterways?(Commodities Panel) Ken Eriksen Senior Vice President October 2, 2013

    2. Charting the Coarse • General Barge Supply and Demand Situation and Outlook • Grain: Chris Stringer, Senior Merchant, CHS, Inc. • Coal: Jacob Williams, Vice President, Global Energy Analytics, Peabody Energy • Steel: Jim Scharner, Director of Transportation for the David J. Joseph Company, division of Nucor Steel • Questions and Answers

    3. Barge Supply and Demand Situation and Outlook

    4. Dry Fleet AdequateBut Facing Challenges

    5. Tank Fleet Surging

    6. Fleet Age Varies by Type

    7. Covered Barge MarketWaiting for Second Half 2013

    8. Open Barge MarketCoal as King has Lost its Luster

    9. Tank Barge FleetRising Crude Volumes – Black Gold

    10. Tank Barge Fleet – Distance Matters!

    11. Goin’ With the Flow?What’s MovingOn the Waterways?(Commodities Panel) Ken Eriksen Senior Vice President October 2, 2013