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SIBUR to Sell 100% Stake in Novokuibyshevsk

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SIBUR to Sell 100% Stake in Novokuibyshevsk Summary SIBUR Holding JSC, a petrochemical company engaged in the production of semi-finished and end petrochemical products has reached an agreement to sell all the stocks in Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company JSC, a producer of isoprene and LPG (propane, isobutene, butane and hexane) to LLC Samaraorgsintez, a producer of phenol and acetone in Russia Scope - Rationale behind LLC Samaraorgsintez,’s acquisition of Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company from Sibur - Strategic Benefits for SIBUR Holding JSC, to divest its assets - Deal Financials and Valuations - Information on acquired company Reasons to buy - Develop a sound understanding of the major M&A's, partnerships and joint ventures taking place in petrochemical industry - Identify the most lucrative segments to leverage on the growth opportunities available in the petrochemical industry - Take better decisions based on detailed analysis of the deal - Know about the major companies, which are adopting a divestment or acquisition

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									                             SIBUR to Sell 100% Stake in Novokuibyshevsk
      Reference Code: GDCH0007M&A                                                                                                         Publication Date: July 2011


      1         Table of Contents
      1 Table of Contents.................................................................1
       1.1 List of Tables .................................................................1
       1.2 List of Figures ................................................................1
      2 Summary .............................................................................2
      3 SIBUR to Sell 100% Stake in Novokuibyshevsk ..................2
       3.1 Deal Overview ...............................................................2
       3.2 Deal In Brief...................................................................2
       3.3 Acquisition to Help LLC Samaraorgsintez to Enter into
            Isoprene and LPG Markets............................................2
       3.4 Geographic Proximity: A Competitive Advantage for
            LLC Samaraorgsintez....................................................3
       3.5 Increasing Synthetic Rubber Consumption in Russia –
            An Opportunity for LLC Samaraorgsintez.....................3
       3.6 UNISIT Technology can Help LLC Samaraorgsintez to
            Save its Operational Cost ..............................................4
       3.7 SIBUR to Focus on its Core Business in Russia ...........4
       3.8 The Deal to Help SIBUR to Save Operational Costs .....4
         3.8.1    Details of the Acquired Company .........................4
       3.9 Deal Financials and Valuations .....................................5
         3.9.1    Companies Involved .............................................5
         3.9.2    Detailed Target Information ..................................5
         3.9.3    Detailed Acquirer Information ...............................5
         3.9.4    Detailed Vendor Information.................................5
      4 Appendix ..............................................................................6
       4.1 Methodology ..................................................................6
         4.1.1    Coverage..............................................................6
         4.1.2    Secondary Research ............................................6
         4.1.3    Primary Research ................................................6
         4.1.4    Expert Panel Validation ........................................6
       4.2 Contact Us.....................................................................7
       4.3 Disclaimer......................................................................7



      1.1       List of Tables
      Table 1: Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company JSC,
                Refinery Assets, Russia, 2010 .................................4
      Table 2: Companies Involved ....................................................5
      Table 3: Target Information ....................................................5
      Table 4: Acquirer Information .................................................5
      Table 5: Acquirer Information .................................................5



      1.2       List of Figures
      Figure 1:   LLC Samaraorgsintez, Petrochemical Products
                 Installed Capacity, MMtpa, Russia ...........................2
      Figure 2: Russia’s Synthetic Rubber Industry, Demand and
                 Production, MMtpa, 2000-2015 ................................3
      Figure 3: Russia’s Rubber Industry, Consumption Share by
                 Synthetic Rubber, % .................................................3
      Figure 4: SIBUR Holding JSC Market Position, Russia, %,
                 2010 .........................................................................4




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SIBUR To Sell 100% Stake In Novokuibyshevsk
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                                                                            produces propylene, polypropylene, polyethylene, synthetic
                                                                            rubbers, tires, fertilizers and other petrochemical products in the
      2      Summary                                                        Russian market. In addition, the company also manages
      SIBUR Holding JSC, a petrochemical company engaged in the             different divisions including hydrocarbon feedstock, base
      production of semi-finished and end petrochemical products            polymer, plastic and organic synthesis, synthetic rubber,
      has reached an agreement to sell all the stocks in                    fertilizer and tires.
      Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company JSC, a producer of
      isoprene and LPG (propane, isobutene, butane and hexane) to           3.3                     Acquisition to Help LLC Samaraorgsintez
      LLC Samaraorgsintez, a producer of phenol and acetone in                                      to Enter into Isoprene and LPG Markets
      Russia.                                                               Since 1965 Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company JSC
      SIBUR company sources stated, “The entity did not fit into the        has been producing and supplying LPG and isoprene for the
      SIBUR production structure because of its distance from the           Russian market and the company’s refinery is the largest
      company's West Siberian sources of raw material.”                     refinery of NGL in the samara region. After the acquisition of
                                                                            Novokuibyshevsk Petrochemical Company JSC, LLC
      SIBUR is a leading producer and marketer of petrochemicals in
                                                                            Samaraorgsintez has gained direct access to this refinery
      Russia and Eastern Europe. The company operates through its
                                                                            facility and emerged as the largest producer of LPG (propane,
      subsidiaries with a total of 34 production facilities and produces
                                                                            isobutene, butane and hexane) in the city of Samara, Russia.
      more than 100 
								
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