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1 11 BASF – A sustainable investment EU Commission Forum 15 October 2010 Wolfgang Weber Head of Energy and Climate Policy BASF SE

2 2 BASF – The Chemical Company Provides key solutions for energy and climate challenges Sales 2009: 50,693 mill. EBIT 2009: 3,677 mill. Employees (end-2009): 104,779 About 1,300 new patents filed 6 Verbund sites and about 380 production sites BASF – At a glance

3 3 Sustainable Development – Less a Response but a Chance Contribution to a companys successSustainability areas of action Managing Risk - Mandatory Ensure that laws are respected Minimize material risk Reduce reputational risk Strengthen brand image Optimally leverage resources Generate beneficial business environment Enhancing business - Essential Generating business – Differentiating Access new target groups and markets Increase market-differentiation Increase customer retention

4 4 Added Value through Sustainability Sustainability Expertise for making us & our customers more sustainable ProcessesProductsStrategies Waste Managemt Advice on Emissions Energy Supply Chemical Mgt Handling of hazardous goods Product Safety Eco-Efficiency Analysis SEEbalance Sustainability Mgt Sustainability Issue Mgt

5 5 BASF Eco-efficiency analysis Strategic instrument to identify both costs (TCO) and environmental impact of products, process, systems Holistiv view of alternatives Life-cycle view Ecologic footprint

6 6 Climate change impact on BASF Risks Opportunities Regulatory Changes Financial burdens (i.e. by CO 2 levies, regulation, etc.) Shrinking markets Competitive advantage vis-à-vis local peers Growing markets GHG-intensive technologies Inefficient production method Efficient production processes Technologies to abate GHG emissions Climatic Changes Adaptable sites and production processes Technologies to adapt to climate change Endangered sites (including customer and supplier industries)

7 7 Energy Verbund: Energy generation: gas-fired combined heat and power plants: Highly efficient processes: E.g. continuous improvement of the catalyst system in the acrylic acid plant Primary energy: 1.5 mill. toe CO 2 emissions: 3.4 mill. t CO 2 Annual savings BASF Group: 1.0 mill. toe 2.2 mill. t CO 2 100,000 t CO 2 e Energy efficiency is key for GHG reduction

8 8 Energy balance at BASF Ludwigshafen 2008

9 9 9 Energy efficiency: Highly efficient power plants using natural gas Energy-efficient processes Logistics optimization Use of waste flows as raw material for other production processes Installation of proprietary N2O decomposition catalysts Important measures Kyoto +86% -27% -61% Production volumes GHG emissions per product volume Absolute GHG emissions * Index = 100 1990*2009 BASF: Reduction of GHG Emissions

10 10 Reduce specific greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2020 compared with 2002 -25% Increase energy efficiency in production by 25% by 2020 compared with 2002 +25% BASF global climate and energy goals

11 11 3 : 13 : 1 Automobiles Housing Industry Agriculture Emissions for raw materials, production and disposal of all BASF products Total savings from product use over the life cycle Additional products Corporate Carbon Footprint 2008 Savings of CO 2 equivalents 2008 Emissions of CO 2 equivalents 2008 million t CO 2 e/a 287 Production of precursors Direct and indirect emissions from BASF production Disposal Transport and business trips 90 27 25 248 14 13 6 6 35 25 3 3

12 12 Solutions for future challenges Construction & Housing 60% of the world population will live in cities by 2030 Which materials are needed to make energy consumption more efficient? Energy & Climate 8 billion people will live on earth by 2030 How can we ensure food and water supply for everyone? 40% more primary energy will be needed in 2030 How can we contribute to climate protection and energy supply? Health & Nutrition Mobility & Communication 2 billion cars will drive on earth by 2030 How can we reduce emissions and fuel consumption ?

13 13 Ultramid ® for light-weight motor parts Terblend N ® and Terluran ® for high-quality plastic components Neopolen ® for absorption of collision energy Lumogen ® Black and Sicopal ® Black for heat reduction of dashboards UV cured coatings high environmental compatibility, rapid coating processes Astacin ® leather finishes environment-friendly Catalysts for purification of exhaust fumes and reduction of air pollutants BASFs sales 2009* to the automotive industry: 5 billion Sales of plastics to the automotive industry: approx. 1.4 billion Growth drivers Share of plastics in medium- sized cars expected to grow from todays ~15% to over 25% in 2020 driven by stricter regulatory requirements Global automotive market expected to grow by 5.0-7.5% p.a. mid-term Keropur ® Fuel additives help reduce fuel consumption Business case plastics *by first customer industry in 2009 Innovative system supplier to the automotive industry Solutions for more efficient cars Megatrend Mobility

14 14 Up to 50% weight reduction Every 100 kg weight reduction cuts fuel consumption by 0.4 l/100 km and CO 2 emissions by 1 kg/100 km Light-weight plastics Eco-efficient coatings Savings of primary energy: 15-20% in the production process Reduction of VOC and CO 2 emissions: 15-20% in the production process Capable of destroying over 90% of hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides produced by gasoline engines Three-way-catalysts (TWC) Value for the environment: Solutions for more efficient cars Examples

15 15 BASFs sales 2009* to the construction industry: 3.8 billion Sales of insulating foams to the construction industry: approx. 1 billion in 2009 Growth drivers Market potential of innovative refurbishing of more than 400 billion in Germany alone Market growth for insulating foams expected to outpace construction industry growth COLO-FAST ® for solar panel frames Micronal ® PCM latent-heat storage system Neopor ® and Rheocell ® for heat insulation Styrodur ® C for insulation of walls and floors Lumogen ®, Paliogen ® and Sicopal ® black pigments for cool surfaces Elastopor ® H for insulation of ceilings, roofs and walls HECK ® MultiTherm systems for insulation of walls (inside and outside) X-SEED ® concrete hardener Business case insulation *by first customer industry in 2009 Walltite ® Sprayfoam for insulation of walls Innovative system supplier to the construction industry Solutions for more efficient housing Megatrend Construction & Housing

16 16 Savings of up to 50% of heating oil equivalents Savings through product sold in 2008 for old buildings: 208 million t CO 2 equivalents Insulation materialsPigments for solar heat management Solar heat buildup of dark construction elements cut by 50% Reduced need for cooling and air conditioning 5% of global CO 2 emissions attributable to cement production Savings through super- plasticizers sold in 2008: 22 million t CO 2 equivalents Concrete admixtures Value for the environment: Solutions for more efficient housing Examples

17 17 Solutions for future nutrition Megatrend Health & Nutrition Agricultural production to double in next 20-30 years, food for 8 billion people needed in 2030 Use of grain for fuel growing by ~ 20% per year Estimated market value in 2025: $50 billion BASF pipeline value 1.9 billion* Value for the environment and society: Improvement of global food supply in terms of quality and quantity Conservation tillage, reduction of soil erosion Improvement of land-use efficiency and better use of available water Business case Plant Biotechnology *Expected gross trait sales before partner share in 2020

18 18 Global cooperation: Sectoral activities (selection I) ICCA/IEA cooperation to jointly develop efficiency technology roadmaps Catalysis, with support from Dechema Bioenergy/feedstock and buildings ICCA global chemical industry carbon balance INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHEMICAL ASSOCIATIONS 23.5 20.3 8.5 3.3 6.5 5.0 2030 BAU2030 Abatement Gross savings ratio 2.6 : 1 3.1 : 1 4.7 : 1 Own emissions & gross savings (Gt CO2e) 2005

19 19 Global cooperation: Focus energy efficiency (selection II) Rudea: BASF supports energy efficient buildings project in Ekaterinburg Model homes in many other locations (EU, U.S., China, Korea, etc.) E.g. Sustainability customer center in Brazil Rome Casa 3 Litri Nottingham Building a Sustainable Future House Paris 5-Litre House: Batiment Génération E Ludwigshafen 3-Liter-Haus Ludwigshafen 1-Liter Haus

20 20... joint leadership by industrialized and emerging countries. A sole EU pioneer will not deliver.... strengthening industrial value chains for technology development and deployment. It is all about global action, stupid Global climate action is about... Annual global GHG Emissions 49 Gt CO 2 e 13,1 % 2,8% 8 % Waste Management Power Generation Industry Heating of Buildings Agriculture, Forestry & Deforestation 13 % 3% 26 % 19 % 31 % Transport

21 21 EU Policy implications Industrial technologies and activities are at the core of green business/ service models support EU industrial value chains (e.g. ETS: fair allocation, in particular for new capacities; fair taxes and RES levies, etc.) do not discriminate between old and new (green) industries Stable policy framework for investment Support Research & Development Macro-economic sound and cost efficient policies for internalization of external effects (e.g. proper balance between energy efficiency and RES)

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