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1 Welcomes you to Analysts Meet 16 th December, 2011 GUJARAT STATE FERTILISERS & CHEMICALS LIMITED

2 CONTENTS Growth TrajectoryProduct Profile GSFC – Market Presence Financial PerformanceGSFC – Shareholders Profile GSFC v/s Peer Group SWOT AnalysisCSR – Touching Human Lives Achievements Way ForwardAn Overview

3 AN OVERVIEW

4 GSFC is Indias premier fertiliser & chemical manufacturing company incorporated on February 15, 1962. First to manufacture DAP (complex fertilizer) in India. First to establish Melamine Plant in the Country. First to set up Caprolactam Plant in India. AN OVERVIEW

5 HISTORY OF BUILT UP OF EQUITY SHARE CAPITAL Initial Public Offer Bonus IssueRights Issue YearRatioYearRatio 1966-671975 1980 1984 1987 1991 1:3 1:4 3:10 1989 1993 1996 8:13 1:10 1:5

6 GSFC – MANUFACTURING LOCATIONS

7 India Reach Corporate Office GUJARAT STATE FERTILISER & CHEMICALS LIMITED P.O. FERTILISERNAGAR DISTRICT VADODARA GUJARAT (INDIA)

8 Farm Information Centres cum Depots

9 COMPANIES PROMOTED BY GSFC GUJARAT NARMADA VALLEY FERTILIZERS COMPANY LIMITED (GNFC) A Fertilizer & Chemical Company GUJARAT INDUSTRIAL POWER COMPANY LIMITED (GIPCL) A Joint Power Plant GUJARAT GREEN REVOLUTION COMPANY LIMITED (GGRC) Revolution in agriculture through Micro Irrigation TUNISIAN INDIAN FERTILIZERS (TIFERT) A Joint Venture in Tunisia to ensure P.A. supply GUJARAT CHEMICAL PORT TERMINAL COMPANY LIMITED (GCPTCL) A step to improve port based infrastructure EFFLUENT CHANNEL PROJECTS LIMITED (ECPL) Ensuring Cleaner Environment BHAVNAGAR ENERGY COMPANY LIMITED (BECL) Lignite Based 500 MW power project

10 GROWTH TRAJECTORY

11 THE GROWTH TRAJECTORY SINCE 1967 PHASE I 1967 PHASE II 1969 PHASE III 1974-1982 PHASE IV 1983-88 PHASE V 1989-2000 PHASE VI 2002-2011 Inception as a Fertilizer Company at Baroda Expansion in Fertilizers at Baroda Diversification in Petro-Chemicals at Baroda Acquisition & Expansion at other Locations Further Expansion in Petrochemicals and Acquisition Expansion in Petrochemicals, Fertilizers and Green Power Ammonia I Ammonia II Caprolactam-I Nandesari - Polymer Unit Acquisition Co-Generation of Steam & Power Project –I Sikka – DAP C Train Urea-I Urea II Oleum(SO2) Kosamba - Fibre Unit Acquisition MEK-Oxime Ammonium Sulphate Purge Gas Recovery Plant (Methane) Co-Generation of Steam & Power Project – II Methanol Diammonium Phosphate Nylon-6 Sikka – New DAP Plant - A&B Trains Caprolactam II Ammonia-III Revival Sulphuric Acid-IV Wind Power Projects – Phase I to V – 124 MW Oxo-Syn Gas Sulphuric Acid-I MEK Oxime Combined Cycle Co-Generation Project-III Phosphoric Acid Sulphuric Acid III Melamine II Utilities Melamine IAmmonia-IV

12 PRODUCT PROFILE

13 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS (installed capacity) CAPROLACTAM -70000MTPA NYLON-6 (GUJLON)-7000MTPA MELAMINE (GUJLAMINE)-15000MTPA MEK OXIME (GUJOXIME)-4450MTPA WEAK NITRIC ACID-8000MTPA ARGON GAS-2960000NM3 NY FILAMENT YARN (GUJNYL)-6000MTPA NYLON -6 CHIPS-8000MTPA MMA (GUJMER)-5000MTPA PMMA (S)-2000MTPA PMMA (P)-2000MTPA MAA (GUJMET)-500MTPA ACH (GUJACH)-5150MTPA

14 INTERMEDIATES CYCLOHEXANONE ANONE-ANOL MIXTURE CYCLOHEXANE ANHYDROUS AMMONIA SULPHURIC ACID OLEUM

15 FERTILIZER PRODUCTS (installed capacity) Fertilizers under the brand name Sardar UREA-364000MTPA AMMONIUM SULPHATE (AS)- 196000MTPA AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE SULPHATE (APS)-256000MTPA DI-AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE (DAP)-984000MTPA NPK 12-32-16 NPK 10-26-26

16 AGRO PRODUCTS BIOFERTILIZERS TISSUE CULTURE -BANANA PLANTS SEEDS MICRO MIX (MICRONUTRIENTS) NUTRISOL (LIQUID FERTILIZERS) ORGANIC NUTRIENTS (PROTEIN HYDROLYSATE) PHOSPHO GYPSUM ZINC SULPHATE

17 AGRO EXTENSION ACTIVITY Krishijivan–Agricultural magazine for farming community More than 65,000 subscribers in Gujarati edition (monthly) More than 8,000 subscribers in Hindi edition (quarterly) Farm Youth Training Programs organized regularly. Soil and Water testing facilities through well-equipped laboratory besides Mobile Van Lab. Field Demonstrations, Night Meetings, Seminars, Exhibitions. Promoting Micro Irrigation Systems.

18 MARKET PRESENCE

19 MARKET SHARE – FERTILIZER NAME OF FERTILIZER INDIAN DEMAND (Million Tons per Annum) GSFC SHARE DAP11.18% APS3.53% AS0.570% UREA28.21%

20 FERTILIZER PRODUCTION – (in MT) In Lac Tonnes

21 MARKET SHARE – INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS Name of Product Major End Use Indian Demand MTPA GSFC Share GSFC Strength Caprolactam Tyre Cord and Nylon Yarn 12250060% Market Leader Melamine Laminates & Plywood 4000040% MEK Oxime Anti Skinning Agent for paints, varnish 55090% Nylon – 6 Chips Extrusion for Monofilaments, Packaging, Moulding for Automobiles 4000040% Well Spread Market Network

22 CAPROLACTAM PRODUCTION – (in MT)

23 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

24 SALES PERFORMANCE – (in MTs) YEARCAPROLACTAMNYLON – 6 MELAMINE AMMONIA 2006-0763,40013900 15,600 36,100 2007-0859,70014900 14,800 21,200 2008-0953,90014000 14,100 27,100 2009-1062,70013800 13,700 45,500 2010-1161,80014,900 13,300 76,200

25 NET SALES – (Rs. in Crores)

26 SEGMENT WISE TURNOVER 2010-11 (Rs. 4755 Crores) 2009-10 (Rs. 4019 Crores)

27 PROFIT PERFORMANCE

28 EARNING PER SHARE (Rs.) * EPS for the H1 2011-12 is 44

29 CURRENT FISCAL – Till September 2011 Rs. In Crores

30 SEGMENT WISE TURNOVER

31 DIVIDEND TRACK RECORD

32 BOOK VALUE PER SHARE In Rs.

33 SHAREHOLDERS PROFILE

34 MAJOR HOLDERS Holding more than 1% Shares

35 SHARE HOLDING PATTERN (as on 30-11-2011) Total paid up equity share capital Rs. 79,69,55,060.00

36 GSFC v/s PEER GROUP

37 PEER GROUP COMPARISON FY 10-11 ParticularsGSFCTCLRCFCFLZUARIFACT Net Sales Rs Bn 47.662.355.175.355.313.0 EBIDTA Rs Bn 12.710.04.811.43.0-0.5 EBIDTA / Net Sales %27%16%9%15%5%NA PBT Rs Bn 11.15.63.69.92.4-0.5 PBT / Net Sales %23%9%6%13%4%NA PAT Rs Bn 7.54.12.56.91.7-0.5 PAT / Net Sales %16%7%4%9%3%-4% EPSRs.941642557 Data Source : CMIE

38 ANALYSIS OF FINANCIALS NAME OF COMPANY RONWROCECURRENT RATIODEBT TO EQUITY RATIO 08-0909-1010-1108-0909-1010-1108-0909-1010-1108-0909-1010-11 CHAMBAL18.1 19.57.37.18.11.01.22.52.01.91.5 CFL51.234.736.826.220.725.71.2 1.51.41.30.7 GNFC10.83.87.110.33.55.91.20.91.00.20.30.5 GSFC25.412.429.024.912.327.81.21.02.10.20.30.1 IFFCO8.411.017.25.37.713.40.5 0.73.22.72.3 NAGARJUNA1.84.17.51.53.45.51.01.32.01.41.01.4 NFL6.37.89.76.17.69.21.51.81.50.20.30.4 TATA CHEMICALS 10.910.38.26.46.05.01.01.31.41.00.70.6 Data Source : CMIE

39 SWOT ANALYSIS

40 Zero Debt Company Fully integrated Production Facilities. Better & efficient Management of Utilities viz. Power & Gas Proper & timely plant Maintenance Schedule Strong Brand Image and Market Network Captive jetty at Sikka. JV in Tunisia viz. TIFFERT as a backward integration to ensure consistent supply of PA. WEAKNESS Major raw materials are being imported and there are limited suppliers world over yet efforts are on to obtain consistent supplies. Being in existence for more than 49 years, the plant capacities were contemporary at that time. However, they appear to be smaller in the present context except in case of DAP which has contemporary capacity.

41 OPPORTUNITIES Tie-ups with countries like Togo, Uganda, Senegal, Canada etc. for supply of raw material. Agro products consolidation. New Petrochemical Complex at Dahej. Capacity building in complex fertilizers. THREATS Market related threats. Exchange Rate Risks. Addition of new capacities world over resulting in Global competition.

42 CSR TOUCHING HUMAN LIVES

43 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (CSR) Mid-day meals thro Akshaypatra Foundation to around 100,000 School Children. Various facilities to nearby villages like drinking water, cleaning of ponds, construction of roads etc. Financial Support to Society for Village Development (SVADES) working in the field of developing village infrastructure, water recharging, education, youth activities etc. Financial support for providing gas connections, gas stoves and pressure cookers to 5000 Anganwadis thus saving precious trees.

44 ACHIEVEMENTS

45 ACHIEVEMENTS – Since 2007 FAI – 2007-08 award for best overall performance of P2O5 in Complex Fertilizers for Sikka Unit. Gold Trophy of SCOPE Meritorious Award – 2007 for environmental excellence & sustainable development. The International Safety Award - 2008 by the British Safety Council, U. K. for significant contribution in the field of health and safety. ICC Aditya Birla Award - 2008 for best Responsible Care company. The Ministry of Power, GOI awarded the first prize - 2009 for energy conservation in fertilizer sector. The Best Green Belt trophy - 2010 in Gujarat for creating green surroundings. Certificate of Merit for the National Energy Conservation Award- 2011 from Ministry of Power, Government of India.

46 WAY FORWARD…

47 PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION NAME OF PROJECT CAPACITY PROJECT COST RS Crores EXPECTED COMMISSIOING EXPECTED ADDITIONAL TURNOVER RS CRS SOURCE OF FINANCE Methanol 173000 MTPA 301Q4 2011-12347 Internal Accruals TIFERT (P 2 O 5 ) 360000 MTPA (GSFC share 50%) 500 mnUSD GSFC Investment – 120 Q1 2012-131244 Wind Mill – V 50.4 MW281H2 2011-1231 Nylon – 615000 MTPA125Q3 2013-14285 Annone Moderni- zation 2500 MTPA90H2 2013-1420

48 PROJECTS UNDER CONSIDERATION PROJECT ESTIMATED INVESTMENT RS CRORE STATUS 4 th DAP/NPK Train of 0.4 million MT/Year at Sikka 250LSTK Tenders in process. Methyl Ethyl Ketone of 24,000 MTPY120Tender invitation Phosphoric Acid/ SSP at Sikka1000Under DFR Study Integrated Fertilizer & Petrochemical Complex at Dahej * Urea 1 Million MTPY * Caprolactam 0.1 Million MTPY * Melamine 40,000 MTPY 7000 DPR is done. Land allocation and tendering in progress

49 This presentation contains forward-looking statements which may be identified by their use of words contains plans, expects, will, anticipates, believes, intends, projects, estimates or other words of similar meaning. All statements that address expectations or projections about the future, including, but not limited to, statements about the strategy for growth, product development, market position, expenditures, and financial results, are forward- looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on certain assumptions and expectations of future events. The Company cannot guarantee that these assumptions and expectations are accurate or will be realised. The actual results, performance or achievements, could thus differ materially from those projected in any such forward-looking statements. The Company assume no responsibility to publicly amend, modify or revise any forward looking statements, on the basis of any subsequent developments, information or events, or otherwise. Disclaimer

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