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Joe Kiely Vice President of Operations, Ports-to-Plains Alliance Finney County Economic Development Annual Meeting January 20, 2010.

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1 Joe Kiely Vice President of Operations, Ports-to-Plains Alliance Finney County Economic Development Annual Meeting January 20, 2010

2 Ports-to-Plains Alliance It’s about connections …. A pipeline!

3 Ports-to-Plains Alliance

4 PORTS-TO-PLAINS ALLIANCE WHAT WE’VE ACHIEVED Since 1998 –Over $1 billion new highway investment –$192.2 Million currently Grew from 4-state coalition to 9-state alliance Partners in Canada & Mexico Staff in CO, NE, ND, TX and DC

5 Corridor 51 – S.P.I.R.I.T. 54 Corridor 48 – Route 50 High Plains Corridor Interstate 70

6 Why Does the Alliance Matter? Nearly half of U.S. oil and gas production Source: U.S. Department of Energy

7 Why Does the Alliance Matter? Primary pipeline corridor for North America’s oil

8 Why Does the Alliance Matter? 7 of America’s top 10 wind states Source: U.S. Department of Energy

9 Why Does the Alliance Matter? America’s agricultural heartland. Source: U.S. Department of Agriculture

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11 Elected Officials State and Federal

12 Why Kansas? … The Corridor is not in Kansas … Kansas has Interstate 35 …

13 Why Kansas? … It’s about a Pipeline … Connections

14 Why Kansas? … It’s about a Domestic Trade … Over $19 billion

15 Why Kansas? … It’s about North American Trade … Mexico … Exports … Truck …$535m up 55% since 2004 Rail … $709m up 254% since 2004

16 Why Kansas? … It’s about North American Trade … Mexico … Imports … Truck …$338m up 24% since 2004 Rail … $68m down 74% since 2004

17 Why Kansas? … It’s about North American Trade … Canada … Exports … Truck …$1.5b up 98% since 2004 Rail … $747m up 155% since 2004

18 Why Kansas? … It’s about North American Trade … Canada … Imports … Truck …$1.5b up 20% since 2004 Rail … $229m down 1% since 2004

19 Why Kansas? … It’s about North American Trade … Alberta … Exports … $240.7m Saskatchewan … Exports … $122.9m

20 Why Kansas? … It’s about North American Trade … Tampalipas … Exports … $10.3m Coahuila … Exports … $9.2m Nuevo Leon … Exports … $236m

21 Why Kansas? … It’s about a Common Economy … Energy … Oil Reserves 243 million barrels Share of U.S.1.3% Rotary Rigs in Operation 11 Share of U.S.0.6% Crude Oil Producing Wells 54,605 Share of U.S.10.4% Crude Oil Refinery Capacity 331,200 barrels/calendar day Share of U.S.1.9%

22 Why Kansas? … It’s about a Common Economy … Energy … Dry Natural Gas Reserves3.557 billion cu ft Share of US1.5% Natural Gas Producing Wells 19,713 Share of U.S.4.4% Natural Gas Liquids Reserves181 million barrels Share of U.S.2.0%

23 Why Kansas? … It’s about a Common Economy … Energy … Electricity Generation Total Net Electricity Generation 3,736 thousand MWh Share of U.S.1.1% Petroleum-Fired 4 thousand MWh Share of U.S.0.2% Natural Gas-Fired 169 thousand MWh Share of U.S.0.2%

24 Why Kansas? … It’s about a Common Economy … Energy … Electricity Generation Coal-Fired 2,581 thousand MWh Share of U.S.1.9% Nuclear 849 thousand MWh Share of U.S.1.3% Other Renewables 130 thousand MWh Share of U.S.1.3%

25 Why Kansas? … It’s about a Common Economy … Energy … Wind Power Capacity - Existing projects (MW): Power Capacity - Projects under construction (MW): 12.5 Rank In US (by Existing Capacity): 10

26 Why Kansas? … It’s about a Common Economy … Agriculture … Number of Farms , ,414 Change2% Land in Farms ,345,827 acres ,227,944 acres Change-2% Average Size of Farm acres acres Change-4%

27 Why Kansas? … It’s about a Common Economy … Agriculture … Market Value of Products Sold 2007$14.4 billion 2002$8.7 billion Change65% Crop Sales $4,887,212,000 (34 percent) Livestock Sales $9,525,971,000 (66 percent)

28 Why Kansas? … It’s about the rural heartland … Most communities have little voice in Washington, D.C. Most communities are a long way from their state capitals. Most communities under 20,000 population

29 Why Kansas? … It’s about Politics … 1 vote out of votes out of 100 By elected officials who cover a huge, diverse, geographic area.

30 Kansas and PTP Alliance … It’s a discussion … Is it beneficial to all parties? …

31 Kansas and PTP Alliance … PTP Alliance Memberships Regular Members Municipalities$0.61 per capital Counties$0.10 per capita Voting Members, Eligible for Board of Directors

32 Kansas and PTP Alliance … PTP Alliance Memberships Associate Members Alliance MembersNegotiated Regional Sister Organizations … Staffing One Board of Directors Seat

33 Kansas and PTP Alliance … PTP Alliance Memberships Associate Members Chambers/ED $250 No voting status

34 Kansas and PTP Alliance … PTP Alliance Memberships Associate Members Business Members$2,000-$50,000 Advisory Council and Workgroups

35 Energy Summit April 8-9, 2010 Omni-Interlocken Hotel Broomfield, CO

36 Washington, DC Fly-in April 26-30, 2010

37 Annual Meeting Tentative Schedule … September/October Tentative Location … Rapid City, SD

38 Joe Kiely Vice President of Operations P.O. Box 9 Limon, CO P: C:


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