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CLEAN ENERGY FOR A CLEAN ENVIRONMENT Subtitle and/or date Who we are Martifer SGPS is a group of approximately 40 companies divided by five activities sectors. Our internationalization process and the diversification of our business activities, specially dedicated to the energy sector, as in the production/distribution, as a technology supplier, passing trough our Retail and Warehousing projects are our main challenges nowadays. Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 2 Where we are Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 3 References Dragão Stadium Alvalade XXI Stadium Luz Stadium Gran Plaza Shopping Center Wind parks; Photovoltaic parks Mini-hydro centrals Wind energy – Biodiesel Plants Photovoltaic Equipments assembly and Instalation panels – Solar production production and Biodiesel energy for wave production energy Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 4 Opportunity and Challenge • The ecological concerns, nowadays, lead us to create environmental sustainable combustion solutions to low the percentage of damages for the environment; • Follow this line MARTIFER has created a sub- holding, for the production and promotion of advanced fuels, named PRIO, once again one step forward to the future. Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 5 Structure PRIO SGPS PRIO AGRICULTURE PRIO BIOFUELS PRIO ADVANCED FUELS • Portugal • Portugal • Portugal • Romania • Romania • Brazil PRIO TRADING & LOGISTIC • Portugal • Poland Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 6 Activity Romania: Rapeseed and sunflower production(20K ha) Brazil: Soya production (50K ha) Portugal: Sunflower production (10K ton) AGRICULTURE ADVANCED FUELS BIOFUELS Romania (Lehliu): Production capacity 100K ton/year Portugal: Petrol stations network (in 2010) Portugal (Aveiro): Production capacity 100K ton/year 200 stations Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 7 What is Biodiesel? • Natural fuel, derived from renewable sources as vegetable oils (rape, soya, sun and palm oil); • FAME (Fatty Acid Methyl Ester); • To be used in all diesel engines, without any modification; • Superior lubricity properties; • Biologically decomposable; • To be used blended (B5, B20, B50,…) or as a substitute of mineral diesel (B100). Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 8 Our Plants Competitive advantages Why Biodiesel? • Low emissions, particularly “0” sulphur emissions; • Vehicle to develop industry and agriculture; • Reduce the dependency from mineral fuels; • Kyoto Protocol and European Directive CE 2003/30. Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 11 Biodiesel Production in Europe • Target for 2010 (5,75%): ~ 12 Million tonnes • Total or partially exempted Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 12 Biodiesel Production in Romania • One of the most promissory biodiesel raw-materials supplier in the EU-27; • Actual production facilities: small producers; • Several large-scale projects on the pipeline; • 2% of incorporation starting from 1st July 2007; • Partially exempted: 259,91€/m3; • PRIO will be the first large scale producer until the end of 2008 - First Movers Advantage; Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 13 Biodiesel Plant in Lehliu, ROMANIA Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 14 Biodiesel Plant in Aveiro, PORTUGAL Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 15 Our contacts PRIO BIOCOMBUSTIBIL, SRL Str. Dr. Raureanu Nr.1, Etaj 1,Sector 5 Bucuresti, Romania Tel: +40 314 056 863 Fax: +40 213 106 864 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.priofuels.com Clean Energy for a Clean Environment June 10 16