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DuPont Today 2012 March 2012 1. Safety and Health Environmental Stewardship Highest Ethical Behavior Respect for People Safety and Health Environmental.

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1 DuPont Today 2012 March

2 Safety and Health Environmental Stewardship Highest Ethical Behavior Respect for People Safety and Health Environmental Stewardship Highest Ethical Behavior Respect for People The Foundation of DuPont 2 CORE VALUES

3 The creation of shareholder and societal value while we reduce the environmental footprint* along the value chains in which we operate. *DuPont defines “footprint” as all injuries, illnesses, incidents, waste, emissions, use of water and depletable forms of raw materials and energy. The Mission of DuPont 3 SUSTAINABLE GROWTH

4 The Vision of DuPont Our vision is to be the world’s most dynamic science company, creating sustainable solutions essential to a better, safer, healthier life for people everywhere. 4 M ARKET -D RIVEN S CIENCE © National Geographic image

5 DuPont Long-Term Growth Profile 7% Sales CAGR Food / energy / protection trends New products and applications Building on our success in developing markets 5 12% EPS CAGR* Innovation Differential management Ongoing productivity Margin expansion Agriculture Nutrition & Health Performance Chemicals Performance Coatings Performance Materials Electronics & Communications Safety & Protection Industrial Biosciences *Excludes significant items. Refer to company website for detailed reconciliations of non-GAAP measures

6 70,000 DuPont employees in more than 90 countries are working to find solutions through MARKET-DRIVEN SCIENCE 6 Our Market-Driven Science

7 7 The Global Scope of DuPont Science & Technology >9,500 Scientists and Engineers $2 Billion R&D Spend in 2011 Over 150 R&D Centers Worldwide >9,500 Scientists and Engineers $2 Billion R&D Spend in 2011 Over 150 R&D Centers Worldwide

8 8 DuPont Opened Four New Innovation Centers in 2011

9 In 2011, our global population hit 7 billion people. 9 © National Geographic image By 2050, it will be 9 billion.

10 THE POWER OF COLLABORATION Think GLOBALLY. Work LOCALLY. Solutions work where CUSTOMERS are. 10 India Africa Brazil

11 11 Aiming Our R&D Engine at Big Challenges 86% of R&D Spend Targeting Food, Energy, Protection Chemicals & Materials Electronics $2 billion R&D spend in 2011

12 We are applying our science to find solutions to some really BIG challenges… 12 FEEDING THE WORLDREDUCING OUR DEPENDENCE ON FOSSIL FUELS KEEPING PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENT SAFE © National Geographic images

13 Together, we can feed a growing population. Advanced DuPont food ingredients improve overall nutritional value by reducing fats, salts and sugars and provide weight management, digestive and bone health benefits. We are partnering with local farmers and growers to increase their yield potential of seeds– even in harsh conditions. We are working side-by-side with farmers to keep crops pest-free and disease-free. We are working with manufacturers and retailers to reduce waste by packaging food to protect it from contaminants and decay and increase shelf life. 13 © National Geographic image

14 Together, we can build an energy-secure future. We are working together to enable new and cleaner energy sources such as photovoltaics. We are collaborating to find ways to use existing resources more efficiently. We are partnering with manufacturers to make planes and automobiles lighter, improving fuel economy. 14 © National Geographic image

15 Together, we can protect what matters most. We are working with manufacturers and governments to adapt protective materials, such as DuPont™ Kevlar® fiber to automotive and structural designs. We are collaborating with manufacturers to provide training and resources to create a safe working environment. We are protecting the environment through footprint standard-setting and new innovations that reduce environmental impacts. 15 © National Geographic image

16 DuPont 2011 Segment Sales 16 Agriculture Electronics & Communications Performance Chemicals Performance Coatings Performance Materials Safety & Protection Industrial Biosciences Nutrition & Health * Total company sales exclude transfers. $38B * $9.2B $2.5B $4.3B $6.8B $3.9B $3.2B $7.8B $0.7B

17 Together, we can accomplish what no one can do alone. 17 © National Geographic image

18 Copyright © 2012 DuPont or its affiliates. All rights reserved. The DuPont Oval Logo, DuPont™, The miracles of science™ and all products denoted with ™ or ® are registered trademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates. Images reproduced by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company under license from the National Geographic Society.

19 19 Back Up Charts

20 2011 in Review Sales $38 billion, up 20% Sales to developing markets up 27% Innovation Centers opened in India, Thailand, Taiwan and South Korea EPS $3.93*, up 20% Increased capacity to support growth Cooper River Kevlar® plant – South Carolina, U.S. Circleville Tedlar® plant expansion – Ohio, U.S. Productivity delivered ahead of plan $400 million fixed cost productivity $500 million working capital productivity Danisco acquisition 2 new segments: Nutrition & Health and Industrial Biosciences $130 million in cost synergies will be delivered in 2012, a full year earlier than originally announced 20 Innovation Center, India Kevlar® Expansion * Excludes significant items. Refer to company website for detailed reconciliations of non-GAAP measures.

21 Sales to Developing Markets Global Sales of $38BDeveloping Market Sales ($B) 14% CAGR U.S. and Canada Developing Europe Developing Asia Latin Am Developed Asia Developed Europe 2011 Developing Markets: 34% of company sales Growing to 40% of total company sales by 2015E Strong sales growth in China & India ( ) China 30% sales CAGR, driven by Electronics & Comm and Performance Polymers India 21% sales CAGR, driven by Titanium Technologies and Crop Protection

22 Integrating Across Scientific Disciplines to Find Solutions 22 DuPont Core Technologies

23 Copyright © 2012 DuPont or its affiliates. All rights reserved. The DuPont Oval Logo, DuPont™, The miracles of science™ and all products denoted with ™ or ® are registered trademarks or trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company or its affiliates. Images reproduced by E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company under license from the National Geographic Society.


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