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1 São Paulo, Number 1 State in Brazil Luciano Almeida President May 22 nd, 2013

2 Mission Being the gateway to new investments or expansion of existing businesses, generating innovation, employment and income, in addition to the continuous improvement of the competitive environment and of the image of the State of São Paulo

3 Promotion of the image of the State of Sao Paulo Actions for the Promotion of Competitiveness Labor training, Taxation, Innovation, Infrastructure and Licensing Studying and proposing public policies Institutional Activities Reception of foreign delegations and organization of international missions Support and guidance for municipal governments Investment Projects Technical support and orientation to investors: site location, taxes, infrastructure Contact with public and private institutions aiming as investment facilitation Business Prospection Identification of sectors and companies with investment potential Areas of Activity SP

4 Our Website SP in Maps

5 Our Customers Portfolio of projects Number of projects: 61 Potential Investment: USD 7,672 billion Potential direct jobs: 30,000 Sectors: automotive, food, oil and gas, energy, machinery and equipment, information technology and communication, solid waste and biotechnology. Origin: Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, France, Germany, Japan. South Korea, USA and UK * The names of these companies are kept confidential in compliance with NDA signed with Investe São Paulo May 2013 Direct Jobs: 42.200 Announced Investments: USD 9,300 billion

6 Brasil and São Paulo Comparison 8.515.000 Km² Territory 3% 248.000 Km² 193.9millionPopulation22%41.9million US$ 2.475 billion GDP nominal 33% US$ 750 billion US$ 11,611 GDP per capita per capita 50% larger US$ 17.908 São Paulo´s Share Source: IBGE, Banco Central e SEADE Exchange Rate: US$ 1 = R$ 1.95

7 São Paulo Competitive Advantages Largest Consumer Market in LATAM Skilled Workforce Supply Chain World-class Infrastructure Largest Brazilian Investor in R&D Environmental Responsibility

8 Brazilian State Capitals where the consumer market grows most Sales increase 2010 - 2020 1 (US$ billions) (1) 45 product categories analyzed Source: Exame Magazine – McKinsey Exchange rate – US$ 1 = R$ 1.67

9 São Paulo Consumer Market Map Source: IPC marketing 2012 USD billion 50,2% 49,8% The largest brazilian consumer market USD 390 billion

10 São Paulo’s share of the Brazilian output 33,52% Petroleum products 36,76% Biofuels 47,77% Chemicals 55,28% Machinery and equipment 58,13% Electronic components 58,34% Computer equipment and peripherals 60% Communications equipment 67.83% Manufacture of pharmaceutical chemicals and pharmaceuticals 72.92% Electromedical and electrotherapeutic apparatus and equipment of irradiation 95.84% Aircraft Selected Sectors

11 Higher Education Source:INEP 577 college level institutions 1,542,415 students enrolled The State Government is responsible for three of the best universities in Latin America Largest number of technological students graduated in Brazil 59 thousand students 56 technology colleges 61 courses in the areas industry, services and agrobusiness

12 Technical Schools 1274 technical schools 357,000 students enrolled The largest program of technical education in Brazil: Your company can have specific courses tailored to the project needs Technical Schools – Etecs 226 thousand students 211 technical schools 121 courses in the fields of industry, services and agriculture Source: INEP, Centro Paula Souza

13 R&D / Innovation USP, Unicamp and Unesp International recognition All over the state USD 616 million annual budget Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa Científica e Tecnológica (Fapesp) 3 universities among the ones that most develop scientific research in Brazil 19 research institutes 19 initiatives of Technological Parks More than 13% of the São Paulo State revenue is used in high quality education, research and development. The State also hosts federal universities and research institutions.

14 State funds invested in R&D (2010) Source: Coordenação-Geral de Indicadores(CGIN)- ASCAV/SEXEC - Ministério da Ciência e Tecnologia (R$ millions)

15 Technology Park System Source: Secretariat of Development. 19 implementation initiatives Piracicaba São José dos Campos São Carlos - Damha Campinas Ribeirão Preto Sorocaba

16 19 out of the 20 best highways in Brazil 5.400 Km of railways 2 international airports 33 domestic airports Largest port in South America 800 km of Waterways Pipeline in industrial centers 19 out of the 20 best highways 5,400 Km of railways 2 international airports 33 domestic airports Largest port in South America 800 km of Waterways Pipelines in industrial centers Highway Railway Waterway Pipeline Home airport International airport River port Sea port World Class Infrastructure

17 Energy matrix with 55% of renewables Competitive advantages for energy production from biomass New opportunities in environmental technology markets Brazil’s most advanced conservation system 17.5% of the state area is of environmental preservation 27 State Parks 21 Ecological Stations 17 Experimental Stations 13 State Forests Environmental Responsibility Source: Energy Secretariat of State of Sao Paulo, Forest Foundation

18 FIRJAN Index of Municipal Development 19 out of the 20 best ranked Brazilian municipalities are in the State of São Paulo 19 out of the 20 best ranked Brazilian municipalities are in the State of São Paulo

19 Oil & Gas at the State of São Paulo

20 Cespeg - Creation Purposes I – To evaluate the social, environmental, economic and fiscal impacts generated by the ancillary activities and the support activities for the exploration, production, transportation and refining of oil & natural gas in São Paulo shore, aiming the increase in its development; II – To propose actions to the Government of the State of São Paulo that are necessary for the full development of the activities mentioned in item I of this article. Decree 53.392 of 08/09/2008 Special Comission for Oil & Natural Gas in the State of São Paulo (CESPEG)

21 Comission becomes Council Energy Secretarial Naval Cluster: To present new areas, naval vocations and support actions necessary for the setting up of shipyards, naval repair centers and maritime support bases for the offshore activities related to oil in the Santos Basin. State Council for Oil & Gas

22 Naval Cluster

23 Pre-salt – Santos Basin Petrobras E&P Investments in São Paulo: US$9.5 billion (Petrobras Business Plan 2013-2017) Petrobras E&P Investments in São Paulo: US$9.5 billion (Petrobras Business Plan 2013-2017) Investments in O&G in São Paulo shore 2010- 2025: US$ 78 billion Investments in O&G in São Paulo shore 2010- 2025: US$ 78 billion

24 Impacts on São Paulo shore 93,3% ~0,3% 6,7% Source: State Energy Secretariat and Arcadis Tetraplan 2010 Estimated Investments in São Paulo shore until 2025 (Oil & Gas and Port) – US$ 105 billion Estimated Investments in São Paulo shore until 2025 (Oil & Gas and Port) – US$ 105 billion

25 New Jobs New jobs to be created in São Paulo until 2025 - Oil & Gas, port and naval activities. Implementation step : 130,000 jobs (petroleum and port) Operation step: 71,000 jobs (petroleum and port) Indirect jobs: 120,000 jobs Source: State Energy Secretariat and Arcadis Tetraplan 2010

26 Main Research Centers on Oil and Gas in São Paulo Source: State Energy Secretariat Seminário Brasilianas – 30/04/2013 USP (capital) Fluid interaction/Offshore mechanics and structure laboratory Geosciences Institute Ultrasound Laboratory Eletrotechnical and Energy Institute Oceanographic Institute Departament of Mineralogy and Geotectonics IPT Tests for fluence in salt rocks Risers, umbilicals, manifolds and christmas tress FPSO, relievers, moorings, stakes (estacas-torpedo) and anchors (âncoras- tartaruga) Ducts, BGL-1 and stinger UFABC Energy, Energy Economy, Sustainable Development e Petroleum. Unesp (Presidente Prudente) Geodetic and topographic positioning; GIS (Geographic information system); Digital photogrammetry; Digital image processing. USP (Ribeirão Preto) Accountancy and finance for the energy sector Unesp (Rio Claro) Petroleum geology Environmental engineering applied to the O&G sector Unicamp Center for Petroleum Studies: mineral resources economy, well engineering, geological reservoir modeling, drilling and completion of wells Departament of Geology and Natural Resources - Institute of Geosciences Laboratory of Intensified Processes for evaluation and elaboration of petroleum – Chemical Engineering School

27 Professional qualification courses - free of cost Seminário Brasilianas – 30/04/2013 Fonte mapa: Google Systems Analysis and Development, Business management, Port Management, Logistics, Sistems for Internet Travel agencying, Civil Building Design, Buildings, Eletronics, Eletrotechnics, Informatics, Informatics via internet, Mechanics, Telecommunication, Management, Accountancy, Metalurgy, Nutrition and Dietétics, Ports, Secretarial, Labour Safety, Technical School Communital health agent, Accountancy, Pharmaceutics, Informatics, Logistics, Real estate operations Logistics, Management, Environment, Tourism Management, Buildings, Travel agencying, Communital health agent, Trade, Nursing, Informatics, Tourism, Secretarial and Assistance, Technical School Management, Hidrology, Informatics via internet, Secretarial, Technical School Hospitality, Aeronautical maintenance, Secretarial, Tourism, Technical School FATECs (11 courses) ETECs (51 courses) USP (2 courses) Marine Biology Center Systems Analysis and Development, Foreign Trade, Business management, Chemical processes Logistics, Accountancy Nursing, Informatics, Buildings, Technical School Logistics, Environment, Technical School Business management, Port management Petroleum Engenieering UNESP (1 course) Course of Marine Biology and Coastal Management

28 Seminário Brasilianas – 30/04/2013 São Paulo is the destiny of significant part of Petrobras R&D resources Partnership with universities and R&D institutions Research and education centers Construction of new laboratories Infrastructure increase Equipment acquisition Operational Units Investments in the State of São Paulo in 2006-2011 R$ 469 MM

29 Support for the Santos Basin Operations in the state of São Paulo Seminário Brasilianas – 30/04/2013 Source: Petrobras and Government of the State of São P aulo Cities with existing installation and implantation projects and study Santos Headquarter CDA Geology lab São Vicente company contracted construction and assembly Praia Grande Merluza Pipeline Cubatão gas treatment and warehouse Naval Pole Guarulhos CDA Itanhaém Airport Guarujá Logistic base on study São Sebastião Port and TEBAR Caraguatatuba UTGCA São José dos Campos Platform for receipt of C5+ at Revap

30 Gas supply and demand in the state of São Paulo Seminário Brasilianas – 30/04/2013 Natural Gas Proven Reserves (in Million M3) Natural Gas Production (in Million M3 per day) Natural Gas Consumption (in Milion M3 per day) BRASIL 436.43070,5656,75 SÃO PAULO 45.4395,4316,60

31 Source: State Energy Secretariat / IPT (2009) The state of São Paulo in the Oil & Gas supply chain For each R$ 1 billion invested in E&P more than R$ 400 million are supllied from São Paulo ACTIVITY DIRECTINDIRECTTOTAL Machinery manufacturing and maintenance80.516.997.4 Other metal products manufacturing 61.928.190.0 Services36.740.176.8 Siderurgy11.922.634.5 Transportation3.829.533.3 Oil refining and petrochemical industry -32.9 Electric equipment and material manufacturing 18.910.829.7 Chemical products manufacturing 17.08.325.3 Total230.7189.2419.9

32 Some Incentives Seminário Brasilianas – 30/04/2013 P&G – Oil and Natural Gas financing line. Finacing of up to 100% of the elegible items REPETRO (National and State) Special Customs Regimen for Export and Import of goods destinated to the exploration and production of oil and natural gas. Tax suspensionII (Import tax), IPI, PIS/PASEP and COFINS. Reduction or exemption ICMS – State of São Paulo; - ICMS exemption on the notional export and Drawback; - ICMS reduction to 3% in the transactions previous to the notional export; - ICMS reduction to 3% in imports under temporary admission for the production and mining stages, ICMS exemption for the exploration stage.

33 SECRETARIA DE DESENVOLVIMENTO ECONÔMICO, CIÊNCIA E TECNOLOGIA Thank You! Luciano Almeida President Telephone: + 55 11 3218 6060 E-mail:

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