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2We’re a leading energy infrastructure company Listed on TSX (ALA)Enterprise value ~$7.4 billion5 Utilities serving over 540,000 customers in the U.S. and Canada1,372 MW of Power Generation in five fuel typesGas processing – touching over 2 Bcf/dOur vision has not changed. It is to be a leading North American energy infrastructure company. Over 1,300 MW power generation:Alberta353 MW coal72 MW gasBritish Columbia379 MW renewableUnited States50 MW renewable507 MW gasThrough our Gas, Power and Utility business segments, we have built a $7 billion dollar company of diversified energy infrastructure. Our portfolio is geographically diverse and allows us to use our competitive advantages to build strategic asset clusters.In 2009 we set out a target of achieving $2 billion in growth projects between 2010 and As of the first quarter 2013 we had spent over ($4) billion on growth. We now have approximately $6 billion dollars worth of operating assets across the energy value chain.Market Cap = $36.00 x 116,214,037 shares outstanding = $4,183,705,332Market Cap $ 4,184 millionDebt $ 2,737 millionTotal Preferred Shares $ 395 millionEnterprise Value $ 7,316 million * Rounded to $7.0 billion to be conservativeBased on a share price of $36.00Total assets from Q MD&A: $5,972.4 million rounded to $6.0 billion for slideProcess and transport over 2.0 Bcf/d : See attached detailed scheduleDiversified markets and business segments
3Northwest Projects Three run-of-river projects totalling 277 MW Forrest Kerr 195 MWMcLymont Creek 66 MWVolcano Creek 16 MWTotal investment ~$1.0 billionLong-term Energy Purchase Agreements with BC HydroImpact Benefit Agreements in place with Tahltan First NationConstruction started in will take 5 years to complete all three projectsNewBC Hydro 344 km 287 kV Transmission LineInformation Sources:Q Report2011 MD&ASee "Forward-Looking Statements & Information
4Northwest Projects – Forrest Kerr history 1970s – 1980sBC Hydro investigates site for potential development of large 800 MW damMid 1990sSite is investigated as a potential power source of 30 MW for a mine development2000 – 2001Coast Mountain Hydro initiates investigations for the site as independent power development2003 – 2004Environmental Assessment Certificate issued for 112 MW m3/s diversion flow2006NovaGold acquires Coast Mountain to support its Galore Creek mine development2008NovaGold sells Coast Mountain assets to AltaGas Ltd.2008 – 2010195 MW Project with 252m3/s diversion flow fully permitted by AltaGas, an EPA in place with BC Hydro and Participation Agreement is signed with Tahltan First Nation2010In mid-2010 AltaGas began construction of the Forrest Kerr Project
6Completing Forrest Kerr Key Parameters/ Components100m gross head 252m3/s design flowL x 7m H Obermeyer WeirIntake and de-sanding basinOver 5 km of tunnels - largest is power tunnel 10m dia. 3km LUnderground powerhouse m L X 17m W X 27m H4m dia. ~130m L vertical bus shaft22 MW Andritz Horizontal Francis Turbines40km 287 kV Transmission line300+ man camp and related facilitiesCOD Mid-2014Capital cost estimate: $725 millionWeirPower TunnelTop photo: Forrest Kerr Power Tunnel (from Comms library, April 5, 2013)Bottom photo: Weir construction (from Comms library April 15, 2013)We made substantial progress on our Northwest run of river hydro projects. At the end of 2012, Forest Kerr was 75 percent complete. In the first four months of 2013, it has advanced another [x] percent. The tunneling is complete, the in-river work is complete, and completion of the powerhouse is ahead of schedule. There are no major components that are on critical path anymore and we expect the plant to be mechanically complete by the end of the year. We expect to commission the plant by mid-2014 once the Northwest Transmission Line is up and running. The project overall remains on budget and ahead of schedule.The 195 MW Forrest Kerr can power approximately 70,000 homes
8Forrest Kerr Weir January 2013 May 2013 The weir is the structure that will control the flow of water into the power tunnel, and ensure that the majority of water continues to flow in the Iskut River at all times.In these two pictures you can see that the weir went from a foundation to being in operation in a short amount of time, thanks to everyone’s hard work on-site.During planning both THREAT and government requested Altagas to minimize the interruption of sediment transport in the Iskut by filling in behind the weir. The natural River sediment load is 60 million tonnes per year and would fill up behind the weir in one year. Sediment transport is a key component of the natural Iskut ecosystem and will be a long term monitoring requirement of Altagas to ensure the project functions as designed.
9Sediment Chamber 12 April 2017 Standing from the downstream end looking upstream towards the intake forebay. The stoplogs will be replaced with trash racks.Sediment Chamber
10Intake Sluice Channel 12 April 2017 Forebay consists of a sluice channel including box culvert 1.5m H x 6m WIntake Sluice Channel
11Forrest Kerr Underground Powerhouse 12 April 2017Fall 2012Fall 2013
14Forrest Kerr (on schedule and budget) ChallengesGeotechnicalEnvironmentalPermitting / approvalsFirst Nations / community supportCost control and mgt.Remote location / weatherSecuring and retaining labour in a remote siteKeys to SuccessEarly and on-going community and First Nations engagementUnique configurationSelf performing project execution with a strong site mgt. team that has decision making authority and supportFull service camp, individual rooms, strict camp policiesSecuring workers from across the countryBalance sheet financing