Canadian Farmers Building the Next Generation of Fertilizer Production

Genesis Fertilizers is proposing to finance, design and construct a highly efficient ammonia urea fertilizer manufacturing complex. One central production facility constructed near low cost raw materials serving a Western Canadian network of strategically located farmer centric SuperCenters.

THE SITUATION

How the Fertilizer Market Works Today

Despite the fact that urea is produced in Western Canada, farmers on the Canadian Prairies pay some of the highest urea fertilizer prices globally1 due to prices set at the NOLA port plus high freight costs.

External Global Factors Control the Current Fertilizer Market for Canadian Farmers

Landlocked location away from shipping lanes.

Rising freight costs and increasing delays.

Fertilizer price volatility impacting profit margins.

Exposure to exchange rates and USD pricing.

1. Sources: The Alberta Government, Economic Dashboard. US Energy lnfonnation Administration. German Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA). ICIS Heren Energy Ltd. PJSC Gazprom public filings.

THE SOLUTION

Local Fertilizer Production Owned by Farmers

A farmer-owned urea production and distribution network serving Western Canada. Farmers invest based on their fertilizer requirements, securing their future supply and receive financial distributions based on plant profits, off-setting the cost of fertilizer.

Ammonia urea fertilizer production complex 700,000 MT/annum

525,000 mpta – 75% of the plant’s annual urea production is being sold direct to farmers based on the number of tonnes used in their operation.

175,000 mtpa – 25% of the annual production is not locked in and will be sold on the open market.

Network of SuperCenters: Fertilizer Distribution Facilities

Strategically located across Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba to efficiently source, store, blend, and distribute fertilizer directly to farmers.

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Introduction

Fertilizer dynamics in Canada

Why Genesis Fertilizers Makes Sense

Building the Future in Our Backyard

Southern Saskatchewan offers an abundance of accessible natural resources and is central to a large percentage of Western Canada’s farmland.

The Government of Saskatchewan has made it a priority to create a competitive business environment that supports major projects such as the Genesis Fertilizers urea facility. This new facility near Belle Plaine will undoubtedly benefit the people of Saskatchewan, creating more than 100 jobs and support farmers, producers, and related business owners. We look forward to continuing to work with Genesis towards completion of this project.”

Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison, Government of Saskatchewan

LEVERAGING OUR RESOURCS

Western Canada Natural Gas Advantage

Due to abundant, landlocked supply and low demand for natural gas, Western Canada has experienced a consistent price advantage over other global benchmarks. Pricing has remained in the lowest quartile over the last 5 years.1

1. Sources: The Alberta Government, Economic Dashboard. US Energy lnfonnation Administration. German Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA). ICIS Heren Energy Ltd. PJSC Gazprom public filings.

Project Team Members

Owner Engineering Services

Business Plan and Strategic Planning

Complete Legal Services

“I invested because I truly believe in this vertical integration of farming and the fertilizer side…”.

Ward M – Kelvington, SK farmer

OWNED BY FARMERS FOR FARMERS

Ward M.

Kelvington, SK

Brian C.

Tadmore, SK

Jim M.

Moose Jaw, SK

Balfour and Sharon R.

Alberta

Donald K.

Cudworth, SK

James G.

Avonlee, SK

OWNED BY FARMERS FOR FARMERS

“I invested because I truly believe in this vertical integration of farming and the fertilizer side…”.

Ward M – Kelvington, SK farmer

Ward M.

Kelvington, SK

Brian C.

Tadmore, SK

Jim M.

Moose Jaw, SK

Balfour and Sharon R.

Alberta

Donald K.

Cudworth, SK

James G.

Avonlee, SK

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