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Report
A Natural Gas to Petrochemical Complex
Union Industrial Estate, La Brea
Presented on June 11, 2013
La Brea
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We are here to…
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Introduce the Corporate Sponsors of the
Natural Gas to Petrochemical Complex
• Mitsubishi Corporation
• Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Co. Inc.
• Neal & Massy Holdings Ltd.
2.
Provide an overview of the project
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We are the project sponsors…
Represented by
Mr. Hiroshi Kita
Represented by
Mr. Yoshimitsu Uemura
Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Co.
Inc. has been developing
chemicals in a wide range of
fields, from basic to specialty
chemicals. Our business
Segments include:
• Natural Gas Chemicals
• Aromatic Chemicals
• Specialty Chemicals
• Information & Advanced
Material
Mitsubishi Corporation operates
companies in 6 Business Groups:
• Industrial Finance, Logistics
and Development Group
• Energy Business Group
• Metals Group
• Machinery Group
• Chemicals Group
• Living Essentials Group
(Website)
www.mgc.co.jp/eng/index.html
(Website)
www.mitsubishicorp.com/jp/ja/csr/
Represented by
Mr. Baajnath Sirinath
Neal & Massy Holdings Limited is
the parent company of the
Neal & Massy Group of Companies.
We operate mainly in Trinidad and
Tobago, Barbados, Jamaica and
Guyana. Key Business Units:
• Retail
• Distribution & Logistics
• Consumer Finance
• Automotive & Industrial Equipment
• Energy & Industrial Gases
• Information Technology &
Communications
(Website)
www.neal-and-massy.com/
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Mitsubishi Group of Companies (28 Companies)
Machinery
Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck & Bus Corp.
Mitsubishi Kakoki Kaisha, Ltd.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp.
Nikon Corp.
Metals・Glass
Asahi Glass Co.
Mitsubishi Materials Corp.
Mitsubishi Steel Mfg. Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Aluminum Co., Ltd.
Trading & Investment
Mitsubishi
Corporation
Finance
Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Co.
The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd.
Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corp.
Mitsubishi UFJ Securities Holdings Co., Ltd.
Chemicals
Mitsubishi Chemical Corp.
Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Inc.
Mitsubishi Plastics, Inc.
Textiles・Paper
Mitsubishi Rayon Co., Ltd.
Petroleum
JX Holdings, Inc.
Research Center
Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.
Mitsubishi Paper Mills, Ltd.
Foods
Kirin Holdings Company, Ltd.
Construction・Estate
Transportation・Logistics
Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha
Mitsubishi Logistics Corp.
Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd.
P.S.Mitsubishi Construction Co.,Ltd.
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The Project…
• Development of a project for the commercialization of natural
gas-based petrochemicals.
• The plant which will be constructed will produce 1,000,000
tonnes per year of Methanol
• 140,000 tonnes per year of Methanol produced will be used
to produce 100,000 tonnes per year of Di-Methyl-Ether
(DME).
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What is the current status of the project?
April 8, 2013 - The Government of Trinidad and Tobago
(GORTT) and the Mitsubishi Consortium
signed a Project Development Agreement
Currently we are in the Pre-Development Stage
- CEC Process
- Contracts to be Negotiated
 Project Development Company Incorporated
- Caribbean Gas Chemical Limited
NEC – Appointed as GORTT Participant
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Project Milestones
 The
Project need to successfully complete many works
during the Pre-Development Stage (CEC / Contracts Negotiation
/ Finance Arrangement / etc).
Target Final Investment Decision by Shareholders March, 2014.
Until the Final Investment Decision, a temporary office of
CGCL for inquiry will be located at NEC’s Communication
Centre.
After the Final Investment Decision a permanent office will be
opened in La Brea
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Project target schedule
Q4
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Q1
13
GAS
TERM
Q2
13
Q3
13
Q4
13
Q1
14
PDA
Q2
14
Q3
14
Q4
14
Q1
15
Q2
15
Q3
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FID
Q4
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Q1
16
Q2
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Q3
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STARTUP
General
Negotiation
Pre Development
Construction
FEED / EPC
Preliminary
Works
Finance
FEED
JBIC Preliminary
Conversation
CEC
Application
Construction
Negotiation
CEC Process (Target)
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Location of Mitsubishi’s Methanol and DME Plants
Netherlands
DME 25KTPA
Year 1990
Venezuela
Germany
DME 20KTPA
METOR Ⅰ 750KTPA
(Year 1994)
China (Inner Mongolia)
Year 2010
180KTPA (Restart Year 2003)
METOR Ⅱ 850KTPA
(Year 2010)
Niigata, Japan (DME)
80KTPA (Year 2008)
Saudi Arabia
AR-RAZI
Ⅰ 620KTPA
(Year1983)
Ⅱ 650KTPA
(Year 1991)
Equatorial Guinea
850KTPA (Year 2001)
Ⅲ 850KTPA
(Year 1997)
La Brea, Trinidad
Brunei
850KTPA (Year 2010)
Ⅳ 850KTPA
(Year 1999)
Ⅴ 1,700KTPA
(Year 2008)
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SOBO
VILLAGE
Project Site
VESSIGNY
VILLAGE
UNION VILLAGE
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What is Methanol?
What is DME?
• Clear, colourless LIQUID
• Clear, colourless GAS
• Looks like water
• Slightly sweet odor
• No odor in low
concentrations
• Flammable
• Flammable
• Similar physical properties
to LPG
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Pictures: MITSUBISHI ESTATE HOME CO., Ltd. / MITSUBISHI MOTERS
Methanol in Our Lives
Paints
MDF baseboard
moldings
Vinyl
adhesives
Polyester
carpet
Particle
board
Plywood
structural
panels
Solvents for
Lacquers
(inside)
Fiberglass
insulation
binder
Urethane
foam
Polyester/
cotton
fabric
Polyurethane
door skins
Oriented
strand board
ASA
medication
Aerosols,
Disinfectants,
Fragrances
Fertilizer
Safety glass
laminate
Polyurethane
Dashboard form
silicone
sealants
Body panels,
Paints
Polyester fabric
Thermo set
bumper &
energy absorber
Windshield
Washer fluid
Clean fuels
Acetyl
thermoplastics:
Gears, pumps,
caps, fuses
Tire core
adhesives
Light lens
MDF/MDI
door panels
Acetyl
thermoplastics
Acrylic
coating
Textile treatments,
PET
Fleece Jacket,
Plastics
Sport tights
bottles
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Uses of DME
Propellant for spray
Fuel (Cleaner fuel than diesel)
DVD of DME
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The production process
Natural Gas
100 million cubic
feet per day
Methanol
1 000 000
tonnes per year
DME
100 000 tonnes
per year
Export
860 000 tonnes
of Methanol per
year
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Project Impact
THE IMPACT ON :
HEALTH
ENVIRONMENT
SAFETY
THE COMMUNITY
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Health Impact
•There is no known adverse negative health impact from the
production of Methanol & DME
•7 Methanol Plants in Point Lisas
•Assessments will be conducted as per the CEC requirements by
the EMA
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Environmental Impact
During Construction
.•
During Operations
Dust & Noise from Piling - mitigation
measures in place but area prone to
dust emissions
•
Water Effluent– Appropriate
treatment. There is no expected
adverse environmental impact
•
Traffic - There will be increased traffic
during construction. As part of the CEC
requirement a Traffic Management
Plan will be developed.
•
Air Quality and Noise will be
monitored and will be within EMA
requirement.
•
Water Quality – Storm Water
Management will be developed
•
Construction Waste- Standard Waste
Disposal Methods-Bins on site to
segregate waste
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Safety
• Handling Spills
- Storage tanks surrounded by dirt dyke
- Spill Kits will be put in place
• Fire
- Fire Tender
- Fire Fighting System
• Medical
- Emergency Medical Technicians on site
- Ambulance
- First Aid Facility
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Community Development
• Employment
.
- Direct
- Indirect
• Site Workers/Employees – Point Lisas Energy Association
(PLEA) Pass Card certified
• Local Contractors/Sub Contractors – Safe To Work (STOW)
certified
• Training & Development - Plan to be Developed to Increase
Skills of Local Personnel
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Once the project is materialized
Provide regular and accurate
information about the Project
(meetings / La Brea office)
Partnerships with key communitybased organizations to develop
sustainable programmes including
training
The communication process will provide
opportunities for persons in the community
to express their views on strengthening the
relationships between the consortium and
the community
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Snapshot of our global Corporate Social Responsibility
Mitsubishi Corporation
Global Coral Reef
Conservation Project
Mitsubishi Gas Chemical
MC International Scholarship
“Shoki Hoko” Strive to enrich Society, both materially and
spiritually, while contributing towards the preservation of the
global environment.
Neal & Massy
The Neal & Massy Group is involved in a number of
Community development initiatives including the Boys to
Men programme and sponsorship of Neal & Massy Trinidad
All Stars
MGC contributes to societal growth and harmony
by creating a wide range of value through chemistry.
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OUR CONTACT FROM 15TH OF JULY (AFTER LA BREA
TEMPORARY OFFICE OPENING)
NEC Communication Centre
Telephone Numbers 651-1173/1180
(Before 15th of July : Contact 678-6639)
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