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1909 • Refinery operations began 1927 • Exxon Research and Development Laboratories formed

1909 • Refinery operations began 1927 • Exxon Research and Development Laboratories formed

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1909 • Refinery operations began 1927 • Exxon Research and Development Laboratories formed

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  1. HISTORY OF BATON ROUGE AREA COMPLEX 1909 • Refinery operations began 1927 • Exxon Research and Development Laboratories formed - Now responsible for world-wide fuels and lubes process R&D 1940 • Chemical Plant began operations 1956 • First production of hydrocarbon tackifying resins (ESCOREZ 1000 family) 1968 • Plastics Plant founded for production of low density polyethylene - EVA production began in mid 1980’s 1976 • Technology research and development center began operations 1983 • Acquired the Baton Rouge Resin Finishing Plant 1987 • First production of ESCOREZ 5000 hydrogenated tackifiers 1990 • Port Allen Lubricants Plant startup • DEXCO (DOW/Exxon joint venture) startup for production of VECTOR Styrenated Block Copolymers 1995 • Exxon Chemical acquired 100% ownership of Baton Rouge Polyolefins Plant (PAXON) for production of HDPE 1999 • Baton Rouge NGL Fractionator (Joint Venture) startup • Baton Rouge Cogeneration Project (2Q99)

  2. EXXONMOBIL BATON ROUGE AREA FACILITIES • Highly integrated Refinery/Chemical • operations • Approximately 2400 acres • Excellent water, pipeline, rail, and highway access • Shared infrastructure • Flexibility to adapt to changing markets • Two research organizations • (Refining and Chemical) • Chemicals Operations include four • manufacturing facilities • Baton Rouge Chemical Plant • Baton Rouge Polyolefins Plant • Baton Rouge Plastics Plant • Baton Rouge Resins Finishing Plant

  3. SITE OPERATIONS HIGHLY INTEGRATED • Significant coordination of operations • Monthly Joint Management meetings • Day-to-day operation coordination/optimization • Major mechanical workload coordination • Investment planning and general interest optimization • Many facilities and services shared • Steam, electric, and natural gas purchasing and supply • Docks • Emergency Response • Security • Business Services (accounting, stores, office services, telephone, purchasing) • Human Resources (labor relations, wage training) • Public Affairs • Law • Health Services

  4. OVERVIEW OF BATON ROUGE REFINERY • Refinery turns crude into prime products of mogas and diesel • Four basic steps make up the Refinery process • Distillation • Cracking/Conversion ( mogas, create octane) • Treating (remove impurities) • Blending • Out of these processes come molecules that can be used as Chemicals feedstock

  5. BASIC DEFINITIONS Light Ends Naphthas Middle distillates Gas oil Residuum (“resid”) Clean products Butane and Lighter Generally refers to petroleum and natural gas liquid products in the 60°F - 430 °F boiling point range Generally includes heating oil, diesel fuel, kerosene, and jet fuel (220 °F - 750 °F boiling point range) Petroleum distillate in the 400 °F+ boiling point range Heaviest oil fraction (left in Pipestill after gasoline and other distillates have been distilled off) Mogas and heating oil Also includes similar products which require more refining than heavy fuels *Mogas final boiling point approximately 430 ° F

  6. CRUDE SOURCE PIPELINE 60% FOREIGN 52% WATERBORNE 40% DOMESTIC 48% PRODUCT DISPOSITION PIPELINE 58% SHIP/BARGE 39% TANK CAR/TRUCK 3% LIGHT ENDS FRACTIONATION LPG BUTANES FUEL GAS LIGHT GAS OIL REFORMATE OLEFINS H2 CHEMICAL PLANT PIPE STILLS ATMOSPHERIC & VACUUM NAPHTHA REFORMER FUEL PRODUCTS BLENDING MIDDLE DISTILLATES ALKYLATION MOGAS AVGAS JET FUEL DIESEL HEATING OIL MTBE CRUDE TREATING FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING UNITS LIGHT GAS OIL HYDROCRACKER HEAVY GAS OIL LUBE/ BASE STOCKS WAXES LUBES COKER COKE SIMPLIFIED BATON ROUGE REFINERY FLOW

  7. ETHYLENE REFINERY GAS OLA-1X EPLA-S CAT PROPYLENE CAT CRACKER COKER DIL PROPYLENE REFINERY GAS C3+ TO BRRF GAS CRACKING ECLA-W MAINTRAIN - RGR CROSSOVER LINES GAS ETHANE PROPANE E/P MIX ETHYLENE PURIFICATION EPLA-W HYDROGEN STEAM CRACKING OLA-2X FUEL GAS C3- GAS OILS (0-40 kB/d) ETHYLENE PROPYLENE RAFFINATE / NAPHTHA (0-10 kB/d) BUTADIENE EXTRACTION BELA-5 BUTADIENE C4’s ISOBUTYLENE EXTRACTION BPLA ISOBUTYLENE CAT C4’s N-BUTYLENES ISOPRENE EXTRACTION DILA OTHER FEEDS PENTANE, ‘BUTANE, PROPANE, E/P MIX, ETHANE ISOPRENE C5 / C6 BENZENE EXTRACTION BHLA Cyclics BENZENE C6 REFORMATE TAR CBO CYCLOPENTADIENE CPLA DIELS-ALDER REACTOR DARLA ENB BATON ROUGE OLEFINS

  8. Exxate INTERMEDIATES MANUFACTURING VinylsEnd Uses Oxy FluidsEnd Uses OXO/ LION PLA/ EAGLE Neo Acids POLY PALA IPA MEK Used in pharmaceutical, coating, consumer product, and electronic chip manufacturing Rubbing alcohol, Post-it Notes, raw material for Round Up, Kodak Film, Formula 409, Raid Insecticide Component in inks, coatings, and adhesives. Processing fluid for magnetic media manufacturing Auto coatings, circuit board cleaning, Reynolds Aluminum Foil, Fuji Video Tape, Oatey Pipe Cement Used in pharmaceutical, coating, herbicide, and adhesive manufacturing Antibiotics, fluorescent lamps, wood preservatives, clear coat automotive paint Component in coating, and industrial cleaner manufacturing Aerosol carb cleaner, Goop Hand Cleaner, traffic paint, perfume Key component of vinyl plasticizers Adhesives, lube oil additives, shampoo component Primary feedstock for OXO alcohols leading to vinyl plasticizers Plywood adhesives, lube oil additives, mogas Key component of vinyl plasticizers Latex paints, polyesters, saccharin Flexible vinyl plasticizers Garden hose, food wraps, auto upholstery, vinyl floor tiling, shoes, fishing lures

  9. POLYMERS HALOBUTYL MANUFACTURING PRODUCT FEEDSTOCKS END USES 14 commercial and 1 market development grade produced, including butyl, chlorobutyl, bromobutyl & star-branched derivativesMolecular weight of 300,000 - 600,000Produced 302 Mlbs in 2001 Value added properties of air retention and bonding with other types of rubber during vulcanization Isobutylene, isoprene from Olefins Halogens (Br2, Cl2), catalyst, and other product additives from outside suppliers Inner liner of tires for automobiles and trucks (~95%) Air-tight stoppers and seals for pharmaceutical containers. (~5%) VISTALON MANUFACTURING Dynamically Vulcanized Alloys Thermo-plastic elastomersElectricalsOil additivesRoof sheetingHose/belts Automotive and Industrial mechanical goods (body sealing) 22 commercial grades and 1 development grade5 copolymers and 18 terpolymersProduced 200 Mlbs in 2001Products vary in monomer content, average MW, MWD, product form • Ziegler - Natta Catalyst • Ethylene/Propylene • Diene: ENB or VNB • Extension Oil

  10. POLYMERS ADHESION INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURING PRODUCT FEEDSTOCKS END USES Hot Melt Adhesives • Packaging, Bookbinding, Product Assembly • Pressure Sensitive Adhesives • Office Tape, Packaging Tape, Pipe Wrap Tape, • Masking Tape, Diaper Tabs • Sealants • Insulated Glass, Window and Door Caulking, • Bathroom Tiles and Fixtures Miscellaneous Adhesives Tires, Textiles, Paper Sizing, Road Marking Polymer Modification Catalytic and thermal polymerization with hydrogenation of thermal polymers 16 Hydrogenated and 15 Catalytic commercial grades produced, Molecular weight of 6,000-10,000Produced 210 Mlbs in 2001 C5 diolefin, C9-C12 aromatic, C9 cyclic Catalyst, and other product additives from outside suppliers

  11. BATON ROUGE COMPLEX OVERVIEW • OLEFINS Annual Capacity • Site Ethylene 2263 Mlbs • Steam Cracking • Ethylene 2000 Mlbs • CG Propylene 600+ Mlbs • RGR • Ethylene 263 Mlbs • Dilute Propylene 29 Mlbs • PCU-CG Propylene 1500 Mlbs • Butadiene 422 Mlbs • Isobutylene 295 Mlbs • n-Butylenes • Isoprene 26 Mlbs • Amylenes (>65%) • Cyclics (DCPD) 43 Mlbs • ENB (VNB) 26 Mlbs • Benzene 102 Mgals • Comm Gr Toluene 30 Mgals • Mixed Xylenes (4/97) 137 Mgals • Tar 50 Mgals • BRRF • Pipestills (4, 500+ kB/D) • Cat Cracking (2, 240 kB/D) • Hydrocracking (1, 30 kB/D) • Reforming (1, 72 kB/D) • Alkylation (3, 24 kB/D) • Coking (3, 120 kB/D) • LEU’s (4,120 kB/D Distillate) • Product H/F (100 kB/D) • Sulfur Recovery (3,22 MSCF AG) • INTERMEDIATES • MEK 300 Mlbs • IPA 650 Mlbs • Oxo Alcohols 925 Mlbs • Plasticizers 1000 Mlbs • POLYMERS • Resins 290 Mlbs • HCD 150 Mlbs • Vistalon 200 Mlbs • Halobutyl 300 Mlbs • BRPP • BRPO FWPS 10 kB/D