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1 1 Welcome to North America’s Leading Edge

2 PRINCE RUPERT OPPORTUNITY Trade & Transportation Seminar - WTCAK October 2011

3 AGENDA Who We Are Strategic Advantages Facilities Overview Container Terminal Project & Growth Plans Building the Gateway – Ridley Island Development Plans Alaska’s Gateway to Opportunity

4 AGENDA Who We Are Strategic Advantages Facilities Overview Container Terminal Project & Growth Plans Building the Gateway – Ridley Island Development Plans Alaska’s Gateway to Opportunity

5 WHO WE ARE  Canadian Port Authorities For profit, non shareholder, with mandate from federal government.  Our Mandate - Letters Patent - Commercially viable - Autonomous and governed by a Board of Directors - Steward of Crown’s Assets:  Total Land Holdings ha Owned Harbour14,000 ha Navigable waters footprint >350 km of coastline Our Value Add - Facilitating and expanding the movement of cargo and passengers - Overall planning, development, marketing and management of the commercial port facilities. Our Vision To be a leading trade corridor ‘gateway’ between North American and Asian markets. 5

6 AGENDA Who We Are Strategic Advantages Facilities Overview Container Terminal Project & Growth Plans Building the Gateway – Ridley Island Development Plans Alaska’s Gateway to Opportunity

7 7 STRATEGIC ADVANTAGES Closest North American Port to Asia Deepest natural harbor in North America Safe, sheltered & efficient access from international shipping lanes Exceptional community & labor support for expansion Superior/uncongested rail connection to North American heartland

8 8 STRATEGIC ADVANTAGES Closest North American Port to Asia Deepest natural harbor in North America Safe, sheltered & efficient access from international shipping lanes Superior/uncongested rail connection to North American heartland Exceptional community & labor support for expansion Closest North American Port to Asia

9 STRATEGIC ADVANTAGES North American Conic Equidistant Projection Closest North American Port to Asia

10 STRATEGIC ADVANTAGES Port, Harbor & Community 10 Closest North American Port to Asia Deepest natural harbor in North America Safe, sheltered & efficient access from international shipping lanes Exceptional community & labor support for expansion Superior/uncongested rail connection to North American heartland

11 STRATEGIC ADVANTAGES Extensive Market Reach with Competitive Transit Times Closest North American Port to Asia Deepest natural harbor in North America Safe, sheltered & efficient access from international shipping lanes Superior/uncongested rail connection to North American heartland Exceptional community & labor support for expansion

12 RAIL SYSTEM EFFICIENCY AND PERFORMANCE Best crossing of Rocky Mountains from west coast - Rail grade under 1%, Trains run longer, faster (less urban congestion) Reliable - Fewer weather- related interruptions No congestion at port or on main line (<25% utilization) CN invested in capacity expansion and upgrades Acquisition of complimentary rail systems (EJ&E) 12 11,000-foot CN Container Train along Skeena River

13 RAIL SYSTEM EFFICIENCY AND PERFORMANCE 13 Figure 2: Route profile, Prince Rupert to Chicago Figure 3: Route profile, Los Angeles to Chicago Figure 4: Route profile, Seattle to Chicago

14 AGENDA Who We Are Strategic Advantages Facilities Overview Container Terminal Project & Growth Plans Building the Gateway – Ridley Island Development Plans Alaska’s Gateway to Opportunity

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16 16 Ridley Terminals Inc. Automated 100 acre terminal Unloads 6,000 tonnes/hr Loads 9,000 tonnes/hour 12 million tonne annual shipping capacity 1.2 million tonne storage capacity Handling coal, pet. coke & wood pellets modernization and expansion to 24 million tonnes is underway

17 17 Prince Rupert Grain Ltd. Modern high-throughput facility 7 million tonne annual capacity 4,000 tonne/hr loading rate 202,000 tonne storage capacity Berth ships to 145,000 DWT Grain clean capabilities

18 Fairview Container Terminal – Phase 1 > 98% marine-to-rail intermodal Design capacity: 500,000 TEUs 360 meter container quay 17.0 meter berth depth (low tide) 3 Ultra Post Panamax Cranes Container Yard 4 high = 9,430 TEUs Reefer stacks with 72 plugs 7 working tracks (5,500m), 6 storage tracks (6,100m) 4 Radiation Scanning Portals; on-site VACCIS screening

19 TOTAL PORT-WIDE TRAFFIC (MT) ,531,000

20 AGENDA Who We Are Strategic Advantages Facilities Overview Container Terminal Project & Growth Plans Building the Gateway – Ridley Island Development Plans Alaska’s Gateway to Opportunity

21 FAIRVIEW CONTAINER TERMINAL UNIQUE SERVICE APPROACH VELOCITY Focus: on-dock intermodal Simplicity of operation FLUIDITY Responsive, flexible and adaptable Cooperation and collaboration of partners

22 TERMINAL OPERATIONS MARINE / RAIL INTERFACE Load direct from vessel to unit train Build train on terminal Scheduled rail service Non stop service to destination TERMINAL FLOW Minimal truck operation Scheduled coordination of trucking with terminal (pick up / drop off) Maher train crews High terminal productivity

23 PERFORMANCE TO DATE Currently three vessel calls per week ,000 TEUs handled ,000 TEUs, up 45% 2010 – 343,366 TEUs, up 29.5% 2011 – 228,793 AugYTD Short dwell time at the port Rail leg average to Chicago: 100 hrs 100% of containers scanned on system – VACIS and radiation 23

24 Container traffic through the Fairview Terminal has grown 132% since it’s opening in It is expected to reach 500,000 TEUs in 2012 or 100% of the Terminal’s design capacity and 71% of it’s operating capacity. 24

25 FAIRVIEW TERMINAL IS SEEING GROWTH IN AN ENVIRONMENT OF DECLINE. GROWTH DURING ECONOMIC RECESSION

26 THE PRINCE RUPERT GATEWAY Prince Rupert’s Value PropositionProof of the Proposition Speed days closer to Asia (sailing) Short terminal / port dwell time 4 – 8 days savings in total transit time Reliability Minimal congestion at port or within rail system Little to no variability in service Consistent and reliable transit times into Chicago and Memphis, as well as central Canada Cost Service is price competitive Lower total logistics cost for shipper Reliability improves supply chain predictability Flexibility Logistics – import: transload, re-route, hold back, modify inventory; export: containerize cargo at a natural “eddy”, at the port

27 DEFINING OUR COMPETITIVENESS don’t replicate… invovate Quantifying our carbon footprint study – SNC Lavalin Understand shipper’s needs (Supply Chain focus) – WCL and QCL studies Measuring and monitoring performance – KPIs 27 Source: SNC Lavalin “Methodology for Estimating and Comparing Carbon Efficiencies of Marine Gateways” 2010

28 CONTAINER IMPORT LOGISTICS Proof of Concept - Potential Projects Supply Chain Issue / Market Opportunity -- Identify and test PR Value Proposition of speed, reliability, cost and identify and quantify the need for “flexibility” of Supply Chain at Port of PR. Scope of Proof of Concept – WCL : –Senior Management of 45 of the top 100 Beneficial Cargo owners including 4 of top 10 US importers (Walmart, Target, Sears, Costco, Nike, Toys R Us, Nissan, Dollar Tree) and 13 top 3PLs (including CEVA, UPS, Kuehue & Nagel, OEC, NYK Logistics) –quantified need of transload, inland ports, visibility, deconsolidation, value added logistics, warehousing, fulfillment centre FTZ. 28 Prince Rupert Opportunity -- “51% of BCOs stated that they would “likely” or “highly likely” increase imports through the PoPR if more flexible options were provided”. Conclusion: PoPR’s value proposition “timing, reliability, TL cost” all rate as extremely important supply chain strategy drivers, a new value proposition of “flexibility” rates as very important.

29 CONTAINER EXPORT LOGISTICS Proof of Concept - Potential Projects Supply Chain Issue / Market Opportunity only one option for Canadian exports; and, majority of containerized cargo is stuffed at the port (96% of lumber, 87% of wood pulp and 73% of specialty crops). Scope of Proof of Concept QCI Consulting identified: –Factors affecting export decisions regarding supply chain configuration; –Factors influencing shipping lines’ equipment allocation; –Steps to competitively position the PoPR in the development of containerized export traffic. Prince Rupert Opportunity “companies recognized that the constraints in growth for Vancouver container port facilities are primareily in the difficulty of coordinating off dock activities in the Lower Mainland. It is congestion in off-dock activities that is seen as limiting Vancouver’s growth…” Conclusions “wood pulp and specialty crop shippers identified the limited capacity available to support container stuffing at the port…issues with lack of competition…were listed by both forest product companies and specialty crop shippers.” “Shippers believe that Prince Rupert’s major strength was the lack of congestion at the port and good rail service.” Prince Rupert Constraining Factors Magnitude of importance Lack of access to markets6 Insufficient capacity for container stuffing / storage at port4 Lack of competition in existing markets3 No support for refrigerated services2 Problems to access traffic from CP origins2 Lack of container supply2

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31 Container Business Competitiveness do not replicate… innovate 2011 Customer Satisfaction Assessment Port of Entry Benchmarking Supply Chain Model Development Logistics Planning & Engineering Transload Operations Model ’53 Container Flow Study Supply Chain Leaders Strategy FTZ Boarder thinning (US Customs Agents in PR)

32 Fairview Terminal - Phase II Expansion Terminal Capital Cost: $650M Rail infrastructure Cost:$300M Total Cost: $950M Incremental Capacity: 1.5 M TEU’s/yr Page 4 Phase I Phase II b Fairview Container Terminal Phase II Phase II a

33 AGENDA Who We Are Strategic Advantages Facilities Overview Container Terminal Project & Growth Plans Building the Gateway – Ridley Island Development Plans Alaska’s Gateway to Opportunity

34 34 Ridley Island Development Plan

35 GATEWAY 2020 DEVELOPMENT VISION Defining the development opportunities Guiding principal – Planning in Common Existing Terminal tenants Responding to shippers needs Creating regional opportunity Key strategic themes Building upon existing underutilized terminal infrastructure Maximizing development utility of limited property Integrated development clusters Innovation Mitigation of potential future activity conflicts Create platform for value-added activities to maximize the economic opportunity for the community and region 35

36 ROAD, RAIL AND UTILITY CORRIDOR Common User 36

37 37 Rail Corridor

38 38 Utility Corridor

39 39 Land bank for growth and diversification of cargo at existing terminals

40 40 Bulk Terminal Cluster

41 41 Bulk Terminal Cluster

42 Canpotex Development Site

43 43 General Cargoes Cluster

44 44 Logistics Cluster

45 45 Logistics Cluster – Watson Island Integration

46 46 Logistics Cluster – Integration with Fairview Terminal

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48 AGENDA Who We Are Strategic Advantages Facilities Overview Container Terminal Project & Growth Plans Building the Gateway – Ridley Island Development Plans Alaska’s Gateway to Opportunity

49 CURRENT CONNECTIONS TO ALASKA CN Aquatrain

50 ALASKA OPPORTUNITIES Containerized cargo EXPORTS Reefer traffic to Asia ○Key seafood market s like Japan ○Secondary processing Reefer traffic to domestic markets in the US heartland Forest Products in Asia Mineral concentrates IMPORTS Access to Chicago distribution centers Provisioning

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