1 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation 2002 First Quarter Results Announcement April 29, 2002
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3 Table of Contents First Quarter Results Overview Review of First Quarter Operations Second Quarter Production Plan
5 Market Environment Overview January and February: a) realized crude oil price remained low, lower ex- work price of refined products made refining margins compressed; b) refined oil products realized in wholesale market remained low; c) part of the high cost inventory was written-down; and d) petrochemical market still at cyclical low March: a) significant recovery in crude oil price; b) increased ex-work price of refined products make refining margin improved; c) refined oil prices significantly improved; and d) petrochemical product prices began to recover
6 International Crude Oil Price — Significant Recovery in March International Crude Oil Price
7 International Refined Oil Products Price Significantly Lower than 2001Q1 Singapore Refined Oil Products Price
9 Domestic Petrochemical Market Still at Cyclical Low
10 Financial Highlights PRC Accounting Rules & Regulations International Accounting Standards Income from 630 principal operations Profit from principal 86.31 operations Net profit 1.02 Turnover & other 660 operating revenues Operating profit 16.12 Profit attributable to5.42 to shareholders (RMB 100MM)
12 Crude Oil Production Natural Gas Production Crude Oil Realized Price Natural Gas Realized Price 10,000 tonnes MM m 3 RMB / tonne RMB / ’000 m 3 1,183 1,010 610 928.26 1,083 1,387 600 925.46 9.23 -27 1.67 0.30 E & P 2002 1QUnit2001 1Q YoY (%)
13 Crude Oil Processed Gasoline Production Diesel Production 10,000 tonne 424 883 2,394 458 842 2,423 -7.21 4.77 -1.20 Fuel Oil Production 103107-3.74 Yield for Light Stream %72.6671.31135bps Refining Yield%91.7990.09170bps Refining 2002 1QUnit2001 1Q YoY (%) 10,000 tonne
14 Domestic Sale of Refined Oil Products Wholesale Distribution Retail 601 338 794 1,734 634 210 692 1,536 -5.20 61.0 14.7 12.89 Total Number of Gas Stations unit28,29125,7469.9 Marketing 2002 1QUnit2001 1Q YoY (%) 10,000 tonne Note ： Total Number of Gas Stations Includes Franchised Stations
17 Market Environment Expected in 2Q China’s GDP reached 7.6% in 1Q, expected sustained development in 2Q; Significant increase expected in crude oil price, refined products price; Marketing order getting better; Chemical price continue to improve.
18 Second Quarter Production Plan Crude Oil Production Natural gas production Crude processed volume Domestic sales volume for refined oil products MM tonne Bn m 3 MM tonne 1.13 26.24 17.70 2002 Q2 Plan Unit 9.48 1.18 23.94 17.34 9.28 Ethylene Production1,000 tonne 663.3582.6 2002 Q1 Actual
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