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1 Grupo Mexicano de Desarrollo, S. A. B. Ports and Energy Business Unit Presentation for: June, 2009

2 The Mexican port system has 16 active commercial ports: 9 Ports on the Pacific, among them Manzanillo and Lázaro Cárdenas as main Ports. 7 Ports on the Gulf & Caribbean, among them Veracruz and Altamira as main Ports. 2 2 Mexican Port System: More than 11,000 kilometers of coastline. Altamira Lázaro Cárdenas Salina Cruz Ensenada Guaymas Topolobampo Mazatlán Manzanillo Puerto Madero Puerto Vallarta Tampico Tuxpan Veracruz Coatzacoalcos Progreso

3 GMD Background 3 3 For over 60 years, Grupo Mexicano de Desarollo S.A.B. (GMD) has taken part in the infrastructure sector engineering and operating large scale transportation projects, communication systems and public services. GMD has gone trough a dynamic transformation from its roots as a construction company to a highly competitive business group that holds a diverse portfolio of selective, long term concessions contracts. GMD since the 70´s has been active in the Port construction as it took part on the strategic planning and construction of the two most industrial ports in Mexico: Lázaro Cardenas and Altamira. Since the Mexican Port privatization in 1995, GMD Energía y Puertos had participated on five Port tenders and has been granted with four Port Terminal concessions for its construction and operation.

4 GMD Port Terminals Bids & Concessions awarded: 4 4 YearProjectLocation 1995 Public Bulk Mineral Terminal Cooper T. Smith Altamira, Tamps CFE Private Coal Terminal Carbonser Lázaro Cárdenas, Mich Fuel Oil & Gasoline Private Terminal PEMEX canceled this project Puerto Madero, Chiapas 2006 Mineral Public Terminal Terminales Portuarias del Pacífico Lázaro Cárdenas, Mich.

5 GMD Marinas / Passenger Terminals Bids & Concessions awarded: 5 5 YearProjectLocation 1991Marina Isla Mujeres Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo 1995 Ferry & Tender Passenger Terminal Cancun, Quintana Roo 1996Marina MajahuaAcapulco, Guerrero 1997 Marina San Miguel Cozumel Cozumel, Quintana Roo

6 GMD – Operating Projects Cooper T. Smith Bulk terminal – Mexican Gulf GMD 50% - Cooper T. Smith 50% Altamira, Tamaulipas Cooper T. Smith Bulk terminal – Mexican Gulf GMD 50% - Cooper T. Smith 50% Altamira, Tamaulipas Carbonser Private Bulk Coal Terminal GMD 50% - Techint 50% Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán Carbonser Private Bulk Coal Terminal GMD 50% - Techint 50% Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán TPP Bulk Terminal - Pacific Carbonser 50% - TransEnergy 50% Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán TPP Bulk Terminal - Pacific Carbonser 50% - TransEnergy 50% Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán Marina Isla Mujeres GMD 100% Marina Isla Mujeres GMD 100% Can Cun Terminal GMD 1000% Can Cun Terminal GMD 1000% Marinas & Passenger Terminals Ports Terminals Extendable period Term Marina Majahua GMD 1000% Marina Majahua GMD 1000% Today GMD P&E controls a solid portfolio of long term projects.

7 GMD – Port Terminals market share 7 7 YTD May 2010 GMD managed 28.5 % of the mineral bulk freight which represents 8.8 % of total freight in the country’s commercial seaports.

8 Cooper T. Smith Bulk Terminal Atlantic GMD 50% - Cooper T. Smith 50% Cooper T. Smith Bulk Terminal Atlantic GMD 50% - Cooper T. Smith 50% Projects in Operation Cooper T. Smith de México has received more than 1,100 vessels, handling over 25 million tons. 8 8 Total investment: USD $30 million Total annual capacity: 5 million tons Products operated: Coal, Pet Coke, Fluorite, other bulk minerals. Annual growth rate of 21% in the last 10 years.

9 Projects in Operation Carbonser Provides unloading, storage and transfer services to a 2.1 GWatt coal power station. 9 9 Private Bulk Coal Terminal Carbonser GMD 50% - Techint 50% Private Bulk Coal Terminal Carbonser GMD 50% - Techint 50% Total investment: USD $300 million. Total annual capacity: 6 million tons. Has received more than 325 vessels mainly Cape Size. National record-holder for unloading a bulk vessels with more than 143,000 tons of cargo. The Terminal has had in the 10 years of operation over 99% availability.

10 Projects in Construction Terminales Portuarias del Pacifico First public bulk mineral and steel products terminal in the Mexican Pacific. 10 Total investment: USD $75 million Total annual capacity: 6 million tons Two berth positions on 650 meters of waterfront. Equipped with mobile cranes with different types of grab equipments. Start of operation in 3Q TPP Bulk Terminal Pacific Carbonser 50% - TransEnergy 50% TPP Bulk Terminal Pacific Carbonser 50% - TransEnergy 50%

11 Inland Terminals Opportunities GMD has interest to develop new business opportunities on Inland Intermodal Terminals. 11 GMD and local State Governments has spotted strategic location for medium range Terminals that will support industrial activity in the region. Project planning for new Terminals around Mexico City, Puebla and Tlaxcala as well as northeast of the country are being under economic feasibility analysis for future development.

12 GMD Port and Energy Strengths GMD P&E is leading mineral bulk Terminal Operator in Mexico and Port Infrastructure projects. 12 Experience in port engineering, construction as well as in terminal operations and transport infrastructure. Legal and technical expertise on API’s public bidding process. Strong relations with Federal Ministry of Transport and Port Administrations (API’s). Strategic alliances with International Partners for long term projects. GMD E&P staff has more than 25 years of experience in transport planning, engineering and construction, as well as terminal operations management.


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