Medicine, Science & Technology

OCI N.V. ANNUAL REPORT GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURIAL GROWTH WERELDWIJD ONDERNEMENDE GROEI

Published
of 18
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
Related Documents
Share
Description
OCI N.V. ANNUAL REPORT 2015 GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURIAL GROWTH WERELDWIJD ONDERNEMENDE GROEI OVERVIEW 01 About OCI N.V. 02 Highlights Letter to Shareholders 06 Company Overview OPERATIONAL REVIEW 10
Transcript
OCI N.V. ANNUAL REPORT 2015 GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURIAL GROWTH WERELDWIJD ONDERNEMENDE GROEI OVERVIEW 01 About OCI N.V. 02 Highlights Letter to Shareholders 06 Company Overview OPERATIONAL REVIEW 10 OCI Nitrogen 12 OCI Partners LP 14 Iowa Fertilizer Company 16 Natgasoline LLC 18 BioMCN 20 Sorfert Algérie 22 Egyptian Fertilizers Company 24 Egypt Basic Industries Corporation 26 Global Distribution Network 28 Market Performance 30 Year In Review 34 Financial Performance SUSTAINABILITY 40 CSR Report CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 47 Board of Directors Profile 49 Chairman s Letter 51 Overview 54 Board Report 57 Risk Management & Compliance 64 Remuneration Report 69 Declarations FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 71 Consolidated Financial Statements 76 Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements 137 Parent Company Financial Statements 141 Notes to the Parent Company Financial Statements ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 161 Shareholder Information 162 Key Subsidiaries OCI N.V. OCI N.V. IS A GLOBAL PRODUCER AND DISTRIBUTOR OF NATURAL GAS-BASED FERTILIZERS AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS BASED IN THE NETHERLANDS. We produce nitrogen fertilizers, methanol and other natural gas based products, serving agricultural and industrial customers from the Americas to Asia. We rank among the world s largest nitrogen fertilizer producers, and can produce nearly 8.4 million metric tons of nitrogen fertilizers and industrial chemicals at production facilities in the Netherlands, the United States, Egypt and Algeria. We expect total production capacity to exceed 12.5 million metric tons in OCI N.V. is listed on the Euronext in Amsterdam. OCI N.V. Annual Report OVERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS 736 M EBITDA $ MILLION 833 M IN BN REVENUE $ BILLION 2.7 BN IN 2014 OPERATIONAL FINANCIAL January: Raised EUR 151 million through private placement of 4.2 million shares March: Demerged construction group through a $1.4 billion repayment of capital to shareholders in the form of shares in Orascom Construction Limited April: Successfully completed debottlenecking and restart of operations at OCI Beaumont June: Acquired BioMCN, a methanol producer and pioneer in bio-methanol in the Netherlands August: Announced transaction with CF Industries October: Egyptian Fertilizer Company (EFC) resumes full operations and Egypt Basic Industries Corporation (EBIC) ramps up to 60% utilization November: Launched extension to mandatory tender offer for Orascom Construction Industries S.A.E. shares bringing OCI N.V. s ownership to 99.94% December: Received all required antitrust approvals for the transaction with CF Industries $ Million Revenue 2, ,685.8 Adjusted EBITDA Net income attributable to shareholders (continuing operations) (246.1) Net income attributable to shareholders (including discontinued operations) Total assets (continuing operations) 7, ,577.3 Total equity 1, ,537.8 Gross interest-bearing debt 4, ,981.1 Net debt 4, ,134.5 Capital expenditures 1, , OCI N.V. Annual Report 2015 OCI N.V. Annual Report OVERVIEW NASSEF SAWIRIS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER WELCOME OUR COMMITMENT TO CREATING VALUE FOR OUR SHAREHOLDERS UNDERPINS ALL OF OUR STRATEGIES. LETTER TO SHAREHOLDERS Dear Shareholders, 2015 has been both challenging and transformational for OCI. Towards the end of the year, the market environment was becoming more and more challenging and all commodity prices, including our products, came under pressure. This economic backdrop, combined with unplanned outages at our Algerian operations and lack of natural gas supply in Egypt throughout most of 2015, resulted in a lower operational result compared to the year before. However, there have also been a number of key positives. Very favourable natural gas feedstock market prices have cushioned the decline in product prices to a large extent and have helped boost our margins. Gas prices started to decline in both the United States and Europe towards the end of 2015 and into 2016, reaching historically low levels. The expectation is that gas prices can remain at low levels in the foreseeable future. OCI Nitrogen is a major beneficiary of the low gas environment, which combined with the focus on premium products at our operations in the Netherlands, bodes well for the future. Our plants in the Netherlands were shut down due to a fire incident, but have returned to high utilization since the restart early March this year, in time for the application season in Europe. Despite the production stoppage at OCI Nitrogen, our product volumes rebounded by 9% in the fourth quarter of OCI Beaumont has already shown that it can run at sustainably high utilization levels and is well-positioned for a rebound in methanol prices. Sorfert continues to deleverage rapidly and the plentiful supply of natural gas in Egypt at the end of the year supports a significantly more optimistic outlook for our operations there. Our two expansion projects in the United States are progressing, but Iowa Fertilizer Company has faced several challenges, including slow construction progress and adverse weather conditions. We now expect handover by the EPC contractor this summer and the project is due to start production in time for the fall application in the United States. The delay will bring extra costs, however, once operational later this year, the plant is in an excellent position to start generating high returns. The plant is a major beneficiary of its strategic location in the US Midwest, where product prices command a substantial premium over those in other regions. We expect to maintain this competitive advantage. Our Natgasoline project though is making very good progress and is planned to be on time for start-up of production next year and within budgeted costs. We are pleased to recently have entered into a partnership with Consolidated Energy AG (CEL) for Natgasoline, creating an international leader in the global methanol space benefiting from the combined expertise of both groups. Through the CEL investment of $ 680 million, the project will be fully funded, even before the recent $ 250 million fully underwritten bond offering for the project. Strategically, we made significant progress in 2015, laying the foundation for future growth opportunities. We demerged the construction business in the beginning of the year, completed the debottlenecking programme at OCI Beaumont in the second quarter and created a strong foothold in the European methanol and bio-methanol market through the acquisition of BioMCN. In August 2015, we entered into an agreement with CF Industries to combine certain OCI businesses with CF s global assets. In March 2016, in connection with CEL s acquisition of 50% of Natgasoline, CF Industries consented to OCI s entry into the agreement with CEL and agreed it has no further rights to purchase an investment in the project, which was originally part of the agreement with CF. 4 OCI N.V. Annual Report 2015 OCI N.V. Annual Report OVERVIEW COMPANY OVERVIEW OUR VALUES OUR CORE STRENGTHS WE ASPIRE TO BE A LEADER IN OUR INDUSTRIES PROVIDING CLEAN, ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND SOLUTIONS TO OUR CUSTOMERS. WE AIM TO CREATE A SAFE AND ENCOURAGING WORKPLACE FOR OUR EMPLOYEES, AND ARE COMMITTED TO DELIVERING EXCEPTIONAL VALUE TO OUR SHAREHOLDERS. Promoting excellence in every aspect through our expertise, efficiency, attention to detail and passion. Creating exceptional value based on the depth of our financial resources, our local knowledge and our technical expertise. Safety focused in every aspect of our operations. Ensuring our people and operations to match global standards and maintaining a commitment to develop our host communities. Our people their expertise, hunger for knowledge and passion to excel. Above all, their loyalty and commitment to OCI N.V. Our resources capital resources that enable us to respond faster than our competitors. Our experience a tradition of excellence and achievement. Our entrepreneurial attitude a strong appetite for investment and diversification to grow our business and increase revenue streams. 6 OCI N.V. Annual Report 2015 OCI N.V. Annual Report OPERATIONAL REVIEW REVIEW Global Fertilizer and Industrial Chemicals Player We produce a diversified portfolio of nitrogen fertilizers and industrial chemicals, including anhydrous ammonia, granular urea, urea ammonium nitrate (UAN), calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN), methanol, and melamine. We are the world s largest melamine producer, Europe s second largest CAN producer, and are on track to be a top five global methanol producer by In addition to our production capacity, we are the world s largest distributor of ammonium sulphate (AS), with up to 1.75 million metric tons worth of capacity available for distribution. We have the capacity to produce nearly 8.4 million metric tons of nitrogen-based fertilizers and industrial chemicals, and growth initiatives will take our global capacity to more than 12.5 million metric tons in OCI N.V. IS A LEADING GLOBAL PRODUCER AND DISTRIBUTOR OF NITROGEN FERTILIZERS AND NATURAL GAS-BASED CHEMICALS, WITH PLANTS IN THE NETHERLANDS, THE UNITED STATES, EGYPT, AND ALGERIA. Design capacities 1 Ammonia Total Plant Country Gross Net 2 Urea UAN 3 CAN Total Fertilizer for sale* Methanol Melamine 4 DEF Fertilizer & Chemicals for sale Egyptian Fertilizers Company 5 Egypt 800 1,550 1,550 1,550 Egypt Basic Industries Corporation Egypt OCI Nitrogen Netherlands 1, ,450 2, ,350 Sorfert Algérie Algeria 1, ,260 2,060 2,060 OCI Beaumont USA ,244 BioMCN 6 Netherlands ,611 2,211 2, ,450 6,821 1, ,374 Iowa Fertilizer Company USA ,505 2, , ,486 2,406 3,230 1,855 1,450 8,941 1, ,809 Natgasoline LLC USA 1,750-1, ,486 2,406 3,230 1,855 1,450 8,941 3, ,559 1 All tonnage is in thousand metric tons per year (ktpa) and refers to total design capacity, IFCo and Natgasoline volumes are estimates. Design capacities at OCI Nitrogen and IFCo cannot all be achieved at the same time 2 Net ammonia is remaining capacity after downstream products are produced 3 OCI Nitrogen maximum UAN capacity cannot be achieved when producing maximum CAN capacity 4 Split as 150 ktpa in Geleen and 50 ktpa in China (Chinese capacity does not account for 49% stake and exclusive right to offtake 90%) 5 Also has a 325 thousand metric ton per year (ktpa) UAN blending unit to capitalize on seasonal UAN price premiums over urea (swing capacity replaces urea capacity when in production) 6 Does not include mothballed line of 430 ktpa 8 OCI N.V. Annual Report 2015 OCI N.V. Annual Report Nitrogen OPERATIONAL REVIEW OCI NITROGEN MELAMINE ANNUAL CAPACITY / THOUSAND TONS ANHYDROUS AMMONIA ANNUAL GROSS CAPACITY / MILLION TONS OWNERSHIP 100% EMPLOYEES 510 Other 5% South America 6% Europe 89% SALES 2015 BY REGION 350 UREA AMMONIUM NITRATE ANNUAL CAPACITY / THOUSAND TONS CALCIUM AMMONIUM NITRATE ANNUAL CAPACITY / 1.45MILLION TONS OCI Nitrogen is Europe s second largest integrated nitrates fertilizer producer and the world s largest melamine producer. It is capable of producing over 2 million metric tons of sellable fertilizer and chemicals products annually through nine interconnected plants located on a fully integrated production site in Geleen, the Netherlands. OCI Nitrogen s melamine production capacity in Geleen is complemented by a 49% stake in a melamine production facility in China. World-Class Production Complex All of OCI Nitrogen s plants utilize efficient technology from proven global technology providers coupled with proprietary nitric acid and melamine proven technology. Since our acquisition of the OCI Nitrogen assets from Royal DSM B.V. in 2010, we have fully revamped the facilities through a five year capital expenditure program launched to upgrade the complex to its current state. As a result of this maintenance and replacement program, OCI Nitrogen is a world-class production complex consistently performing at excellent utilization, reliability and efficiency and emissions rates. OCI Nitrogen consistently ranks amongst the top plants globally in terms of energy efficiency. The capital investment program also added nearly 500 thousand metric tons of production capacity through various improvement and debottlenecking initiatives of OCI Nitrogen s CAN, UAN and melamine plants. Diversified Product Portfolio As Europe s second largest integrated nitrates producer and the world s largest melamine producer, OCI Nitrogen benefits from excellent brand recognition with owned trade names including Nutramon, Exacote, and Melafine. Its diversified product portfolio, which includes ammonia, CAN, UAN and melamine, is fully flexible, allowing us to maximize production of certain swing products depending on global supply and demand. Strategic Location with Strong Distribution and Logistics OCI Nitrogen has developed a comprehensive and highly efficient distribution and logistics network through pipeline, road, rail and shipping, with access to both Stein harbor and Rotterdam port. During 2015, OCI Nitrogen completed the construction of a pipeline connecting its ammonia and UAN lines to Stein harbor. In addition to our dedicated CAN and AS barge loaders at the harbour, through which the majority of our fertilizers are distributed, the pipeline allows for direct barging of ammonia and UAN, streamlining import/export activities, and also ensures supply security in the event of unplanned downtime. Access to Stein harbor, which is one of the largest inland ports in the Netherlands, provides links to the seaports of Rotterdam, Terneuzen, Antwerp and Ghent as well as efficient river connections to Belgium, France, Netherlands and Germany. In 2010, we fully acquired an ammonia terminal at Rotterdam port, naming it OCI Terminal Europoort (OTE), which consists of two ammonia tanks of 15 thousand metric ton capacity each, protected by a surrounding concrete wall. OTE is capable of receiving up to 0.55 million metric tons per year (mtpa) of ammonia and delivering up to 0.45 mtpa. Our access to Rotterdam port through OTE also allows our wholly owned distribution arm, OCI Fertilizer Trade and Supply (OFTS), to trade third party ammonia around the world. OCI Nitrogen is also able to distribute ammonia by rail. Our leased rail tank car (RTC) fleet in Geleen consists of approximately 250 RTCs, and is the largest ammonia RTC fleet in Europe. Fertilizers and melamine are also trucked across Europe, supported by access to warehousing capacity around Europe of nearly 750 thousand metric tons. 10 OCI N.V. Annual Report 2015 OCI N.V. Annual Report OCI Partners OPERATIONAL REVIEW OCI PARTNERS LP (OCI BEAUMONT) 913 OWNERSHIP 79.88% EMPLOYEES 123 METHANOL ANNUAL CAPACITY / THOUSAND TONS 331ANHYDROUS AMMONIA ANNUAL CAPACITY / THOUSAND TONS USA 100% SALES 2015 BY REGION OCI Partners LP is a master limited partnership that owns and operates OCI Beaumont, an integrated methanol and ammonia production facility that is strategically located on the Texas Gulf Coast near Beaumont. The Partnership is headquartered in Nederland, Texas. OCI Partners LP is listed on the NYSE in New York under the symbol OCIP and we own 79.88%. World-Class Production Complex We acquired OCI Beaumont in 2011 and fully rehabilitated the facility, with ammonia restarting production in December 2011 and methanol following in July In the first half of 2015, OCI Beaumont executed a debottlenecking project to reduce energy consumption, perform maintenance work, implement environmental upgrades, and increase production capacity by 25% to approximately thousand metric tons of methanol and 331 thousand metric tons of ammonia. The facility recommenced production in April Strategic Location on Gulf Coast OCI Beaumont is strategically located on the Texas Gulf Coast, which provides advantageous access and connectivity to established infrastructure and transportation facilities, including pipeline connections to adjacent customers and port access with dedicated methanol and ammonia export barge docks. OCI Beaumont has connections to one major interstate and three major intrastate natural gas pipelines that provide access to significantly more natural gas supply than the facility requires and flexibility in sourcing natural gas feedstock. OCI Beaumont also has a state-of-the-art ammonia and methanol truck loading facility on-site, providing flexibility to reach customers effectively. The facility also includes two ammonia tanks with a total capacity of 33 thousand metric tons and two methanol storage tanks with a total capacity of 42 thousand metric tons. The integrated methanol-ammonia facility uses Lurgi GmbH s Low Pressure Methanol technology and Haldor Topsøe technology. It is one of the world s largest merchant methanol producers. 12 OCI N.V. Annual Report 2015 OCI N.V. Annual Report OPERATIONAL REVIEW IOWA FERTILIZER COMPANY OWNERSHIP 100% EMPLOYEES 192 ANHYDROUS AMMONIA EXPECTED ANNUAL GROSS CAPACITY / THOUSAND TONS 1.5 UREA AMMONIUM NITRATE EXPECTED ANNUAL CAPACITY / MILLION TONS GRANULAR UREA EXPECTED ANNUAL CAPACITY / THOUSAND TONS 315 THOUSAND DIESEL EXHAUST FLUID EXPECTED ANNUAL CAPACITY / TONS Iowa Fertilizer Company (IFCo) is a wholly owned greenfield nitrogen fertilizer complex currently under construction in Wever County, Iowa. Once operational in 2016, the plant is expected to produce north of 1.5 million metric tons of nitrogen fertilizers and diesel exhaust fluid per year. IFCo was first envisioned in November 2011 as part of the Company s strategic expansion into the United States. The plant is the first world scale natural gas-based fertilizer plant built in the United States in nearly 25 years. Construction work on the plant broke ground on 19 November The project is funded by a combination of equity, a facility from National Bank of Abu Dhabi, and a nonrecourse project finance tax-exempt municipal bond issuance. IFCo s peak construction activity created approximately 2,500 jobs and the plant is expected to create approximately 200 permanent jobs once it is operational in World-Class Production Complex IFCo is one of the largest nitrogen fertilizer plants in the United States based on design capacity and will utilize proven state-of-theart production process technologies from world leaders. IFCo has licensed its ammonia production technology from Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR), a leading supplier of ammonia technology; its urea production technology from Stamicarbon B.V. (Stamicarbon), the world s largest licensor of urea production technology; and urea granulation, UAN and nitric acid technologies from ThyssenKrupp Uhde. By using premium technology suppliers, IFCo will benefit from greater reliability, efficiency and flexibility in the production of nitrogen products. Diversified Product Portfolio IFCo s diversified nitrogen fertilizer product portfolio includes design capacities of 1.5 million metric tons of UAN, 875 thousand metric tons of ammonia, and 420 thousand metric tons of urea, in addition to 315 thousand metric tons of diesel exhaust fluid, a fuel additive used to lower harmful nitrogen oxide emissions and improve fuel economy. The facility s design provides significant flexibility in determining the relative production amounts of its various nitrogen products and therefore allows IFCo to maximize production of swing products in response to changes in market dynamics and to maximize netback prices. Strategic Location with Strong Distribution and Logistics IFCo is strategically located in southeastern Iowa, adjacent to the Iowa-Illinois border and in the center of the Mid Corn Belt, which is generally understood within the nitrogen fertilizer products industry to include the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and Ohio. The Mid Corn Belt is the largest market in the United States for direct application nitrogen fertilizer products. The United States is the largest corn producer in the world, with Iowa and Illinois being the top two corn producing states. IFCo s core market for nitrogen fertilizer is considered to be the states of Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Missouri
Search
Related Search
We Need Your Support
Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our free products and services. We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

No, Thanks