The Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market 2012-2022

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NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

The Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market 2012-2022

Report Details

As oil production is maturing in many parts of the world and oil supply tightening, enhanced oil recovery is seeing growing interest to monetise the remaining oil reserves of many domestic markets. Carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery is very efficient as a tertiary recovery technique, especially in fields that have been waterflooded. It also sequesters the undesirable gas in contained hydrocarbon formations, assisting in mitigating an increase in carbon emissions. While historically, naturally occurring carbon dioxide drove growth in EOR projects, the advent of carbon capture technology and its combination with EOR projects is seeing tremendous development. Visiongain has determined that the value of the global carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery market in 2012 will reach $4.2bn.

What makes this report unique?

Visiongain consulted widely with industry experts and a full transcript of one of these exclusive interviews is included in the report. As such, our reports have a unique blend of primary and secondary sources providing informed opinion. The report provides insight into key drivers and restraints behind project developments, as well as identifying leading companies. The report also provides a unique blend of qualitative analysis combined with extensive quantitative data including global and national market forecasts from 2012-2022 – all highlighting key business opportunities.

Why you should buy The Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market 2012-2022

  • 110 pages of comprehensive analysis
  • An exclusive visiongain interview with the President of Enhance Energy
  • 61 tables, charts, and graphs
  • Global carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery market forecasts between 2012-2022
  • 5 leading national carbon dioxide enhanced oil recovery market forecasts between 2012-2022, as well as for Europe and the rest of the world

– Brazil

– China

– Canada

– United Arab Emirates

– United States

– Europe

– Rest of the World (ROW)

  • 8 detailed tables of significant carbon dioxide to EOR projects
  • A SWOT analysis
  • 21 leading companies identified and profiled –

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Apache Corporation

Cenovus Energy Inc.

Chaparral Energy Inc.

Chevron Corporation

China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)

ConocoPhillips Company

Core Energy

Denbury Resources

Devon Energy Corporation

Energen Resources Corporation

ExxonMobil Corporation

Fasken Oil and Ranch Ltd.

Hess Corporation

Kinder Morgan

Masdar

Merit Energy Company

Occidental Petroleum Corporation

Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (Petrobras)

Sinopec Group

Whiting Petroleum Corporation

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1 An Overview of the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

1.2 The Scope of this Report

1.3 Highlights of this Report

1.4 Methodology

1.5 The Global Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

1.6 National and Regional Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Markets

2. Introduction to the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

2.1 Major Costs Involved in CO2 EOR Operations

2.2 Miscible and Immiscible CO2 EOR Methods

2.3 Where is Carbon Dioxide Sourced?

2.4 Advantages and Disadvantages of Using CO2 for EOR

3. The Global Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

3.1 The Global Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Forecast 2012-2022

3.2 Current and Planned CO2 EOR Projects

4. Leading National Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Markets

4.1 The US Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Forecast 2012-2022

4.1.1 Current US Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

4.1.2 New US Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

4.1.3 Analysis of the US Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

4.2 The Chinese Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Forecast 2012-2022

4.2.1 Current Chinese Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

4.2.2 New Chinese Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

4.2.3 Analysis of the Chinese Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

4.3 The Canadian Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Forecast 2012-2022

4.3.1 Current Canadian Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

4.3.2 New Canadian Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

4.3.3 Analysis of the Canadian Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

4.4 The UAE Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Forecast 2012-2022

4.4.1 New UAE Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

4.4.2 Analysis of the UAE Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

4.5 The Brazilian Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Forecast 2012-2022

4.5.1 Current Brazilian Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

4.5.2 New Brazilian Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects

4.5.3 Analysis of the Brazilian Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

4.6 The European Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Forecast 2012-2022

4.6.1 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects in the United Kingdom

4.6.2 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects in theNetherlands

4.6.3 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects in the Rest of Europe

4.6.4 Analysis of the European Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

4.7 The Rest of the World Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Forecast 2012-2022

4.7.1 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Projects in the Rest of the World

4.7.2 Analysis of the Rest of the World Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

4.8 A Comparison of National Market Growth Rates 2012-2022

5. SWOT Analysis of the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

5.1 Strengths

5.1.1 Vast Geological Storage Potential in Oil Fields

5.1.2 Extensive Industry Experience with CO2 EOR

5.1.3 Billions of Barrels of Added Oil Yield

5.1.4 Many Fields Approaching Limit of Waterflood Recovery Potential

5.1.5 High Cost of Decommissioning Oil and Gas Infrastructure

5.2 Weaknesses

5.2.1 Limited CO2 Availability

5.2.2 High Cost of Carbon Capture

5.2.3 Limited Financial Incentives to Invest

5.2.4 Tight Financing

5.2.5 Longer Return on Investment Period

5.3 Opportunities

5.3.1 Anthropogenic CO2 Supply

5.3.2 Residual Oil Zones (ROZ)

5.3.3 Offshore CO2 EOR Application

5.3.4 Carbon Trading and Cost Reductions

5.4 Threats

5.4.1 Fall in Oil Price to under $80/bbl

5.4.2 Carbon Dioxide Leakage and Environmental Issues

5.4.3 Limited or No Government Funding

5.4.4 Offshore Decommissioning and Well Abandonment

5.4.5 Poorly Conducted Onshore Decommissioning

6. Expert Opinion

6.1 Enhance Energy

6.1.1 The Rationale Behind the Alberta Carbon Trunk Line Project

6.1.2 High Oil Prices Remain Critical

6.1.3 The Effect of a Carbon Price on CO2 EOR Operations

6.1.4 Influence of Government Funding

6.1.5 The Rise of Anthropogenic CO2

6.1.6 The ACTL Project Timeline

6.1.7 Reducing the Environmental Impact of Oil Sands Projects

6.1.8 Incentives for Carbon Capture in Canada

6.1.9 Demand for CO2 in Southern Alberta

6.1.10 Prospects for the CO2 EOR Market

7. Leading Companies in the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

7.1 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

7.2 Apache Corporation

7.3 Cenovus Energy Inc.

7.4 Chaparral Energy Inc.

7.5 Chevron Corporation

7.6 China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)

7.7 ConocoPhillips Company

7.8 Core Energy

7.9 Denbury Resources

7.10 Devon Energy Corporation

7.11 Energen Resources Corporation

7.12 ExxonMobil Corporation

7.13 Fasken Oil and Ranch Ltd.

7.14 Hess Corporation

7.15 Kinder Morgan

7.16 Masdar

7.17 Merit Energy Company

7.18 Occidental Petroleum Corporation

7.19 Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (Petrobras)

7.20 Sinopec Group

7.21 Whiting Petroleum Corporation

7.22 Other Companies Involved in the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

8. Conclusions

8.1 The Global Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

8.2 The National Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Markets

8.3 Concluding Analysis of the Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

9. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 2.1 Advantages and Disadvantages of Using CO2 for EOR

Table 3.1 Global Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)

Table 3.2 Global Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, və 2017-2022

Table 4.1 Leading National Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Markets Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)

Table 4.2 Leading National Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Markets Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, 2017-2022

Table 4.3 US Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 və 2022 ($m, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.4 US Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)

Table 4.5 US Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, və 2017-2022

Table 4.6 Current Anthropogenic Carbon Dioxide Sources in the US (Location, Companies, Start Date and Size)

Table 4.7 Anthropogenic Carbon Dioxide Sources Under Construction in the US(Location, Companies, Status and Size)

Table 4.8 Proposed Anthropogenic Carbon Dioxide Sources in the US (Location, Companies, Potential Start Up and Size)

Table 4.9 Chinese Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 və 2022 ($m, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.10 Chinese Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)

Table 4.11 Chinese Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, və 2017-2022

Table 4.12 Chinese Carbon Dioxide Capture Projects Linked to Enhanced Oil Recovery (Location, Companies, Potential Start Up and Size)

Table 4.13 Canadian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 və 2022 ($m, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.14 Canadian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)

Table 4.15 Canadian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, və 2017-2022

Table 4.16 Current Canadian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Projects (Location, Companies, Start Date)

Table 4.17 Canadian Carbon Dioxide Capture Projects Linked to Enhanced Oil Recovery (Location, Companies, Status, and Size)

Table 4.18 Planned Canadian Carbon Dioxide Capture Projects Linked to Enhanced Oil Recovery Projects (Location, Companies, Potential Start Up, Size)

Table 4.19 UAE Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 və 2022 ($m, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.20 UAE Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)

Table 4.21 UAE Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, və 2017-2022

Table 4.22 Planned Carbon Dioxide Capture Projects Linked to Enhanced Oil Recovery in the UAE (Location, Companies, Potential Start Up, Size)

Table 4.23 Brazilian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 və 2022 ($m, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.24 Brazilian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)

Table 4.25 Brazilian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, və 2017-2022

Table 4.26 European Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 və 2022 ($m, Rank, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.27 European Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)

Table 4.28 European Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, və 2017-2022

Table 4.29 Rest of the World Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast Summary 2012, 2017 və 2022 ($m, % Share, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.30 Rest of the World Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m, AGR %)

Table 4.31 Rest of the World Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast CAGR (%) 2012-2022, 2012-2017, və 2017-2022

Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market 2012-2022

List of Figures

Figure 2.1 Regional Carbon Dioxide Emissions 2000-2010 (Million Tonnes)

Figure 2.2 Long-Term Carbon Capture Goals by OECD Region, 2030 və 2050 (Billion Tonnes)

Figure 3.1 Global Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)

Figure 3.2 Number of Active Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Projects by Country

Figure 3.3 Number of New Carbon Dioxide Enhance Oil Recovery Projects Linked to Anthropogenic Sources by Country

Figure 4.1 Leading National Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)

Figure 4.2 US Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Share Forecast 2012, 2017 və 2022 (% Share)

Figure 4.3 US Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)

Figure 4.4 Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Projects by State 2012

Figure 4.5 Location of US Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Projects, Carbon Dioxide Sources and Carbon Dioxide Pipelines

Figure 4.6 Naturally Occurring Carbon Dioxide Sources in the US (Million cubic feet per day)

Figure 4.7 Chinese Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Share Forecast 2012, 2017 və 2022 (% Share)

Figure 4.8 Chinese Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)

Figure 4.9 Canadian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Share Forecast 2012, 2017 və 2022 (% Share)

Figure 4.10 Canadian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)

Figure 4.11 UAE Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Share Forecast 2012, 2017 və 2022 (% Share)

Figure 4.12 UAE Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)

Figure 4.13 Brazilian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Share Forecast 2012, 2017 və 2022 (% Share)

Figure 4.14 Brazilian Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)

Figure 4.15 European Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Share Forecast 2012, 2017 və 2022 (% Share)

Figure 4.16 European Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)

Figure 4.17 Rest of the World Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Share Forecast 2012, 2017 və 2022 (% Share)

Figure 4.18 Rest of the World Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Market Forecast 2012-2022 ($m)

Figure 4.19 2012-2022 CAGR Comparison of the Major Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Markets (%)

Figure 4.20 2012-2017 və 2017-2022 CAGR Comparison of the Major Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Markets (%)

Figure 8.1 US Carbon Dioxide Availability by Source 2000, 2012 və 2015 Forecast (million tonnes per year)

Companies Listed

2Co Energy Ltd

Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO)

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)

Agrium

Air Liquide

Air Products Chemicals

Alstom

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Apache Canada

Apache Corporation

ARC Resources

Arch Coal

Blue Source

Bow City Power Limited

BP plc

Caribbean Nitrogen Company Ltd (CNC)

Cenovus Energy Inc.

Chaparral Energy Inc.

Chevron Corporation

China Datang Corporation

China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)

ConocoPhillips Company

Core Energy

CPS Energy

CVR Energy

Denbury Resources

Devon Canada

Devon Energy Corporation

DKRW Energy

Dongguan Taiyangzhou Power Corporation

Elk Petroleum

Emirates Aluminium (EMAL)

Emirates Steels Industries (ESI)

Encana Corporation

Energen Resources Corporation

Enhance Energy

Erora Group

ExxonMobil

Fasken Oil and Ranch Ltd.

Fluor Corporation

GE Energy

Gerorge R. Brown Partnership

Great Western Drilling

Hess Corporation

Honeywell UOP

Hua Neng (Tian Jin) IGCC Company Limited

Husky Energy

Hydrogen Energy International

IESA

Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC)

Japan Vietnam Petroleum Co., Ltd (JVPC)

JGC Corporation

KBR

Kinder Morgan

Koch Industries

Koch Nitrogen Company

Leucadia Energy

Leucadia National Corporation

Lianyungang Clean Energy Innovation Industrial Park Ltd.

Linde

LINN Energy

Maersk Oil

MAN Ferrostaal

Masdar

MCNIC Pipeline Processing Company

Merit Energy Company

Mississippi Power

National Grid Carbon Ltd

Northwest Upgrading

NOVA Chemicals

NRG Energy Inc.

Occidental Petroleum Corporation

Peabody Energy

Pengrowth

PennWest Exploration

PetroChina

Petrofac

Petroleo Brasileiro S.A. (Petrobras)

Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (PETROTRIN)

PETRONAS

Petrovietnam

PROMAN

Resolute Natural Resources

Royal Dutch Shell (Shell)

Sandridge Energy

Saskpower

SCS Energy

Siemens

Sinopec Group

Southern Energy

Statoil

Summit Power

Swan Hills Synfuels

Talisman Energy

Taweelah Asia Power Company (TAPCO)

Tenaska

Tianjin DaGang Huashi

Total

Toyota

Turkish Petroleum Corporation (TPAO)

Whiting Petroleum Corporation

Wolverine Power Cooperative

XTO Energy

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report

British Geological Survey

Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

Edinburgh University

Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

European Union (EU)

Heriot-Watt University

National Enhanced Oil Recovery Initiative (NEORI)

Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (İƏİT-in)

Scottish Enterprise

The Centre for North Sea Enhanced Oil Recovery with CO2 (CENSEOR-CO2 )

US Department of Energy (DOE)

World Bank

Guest Commentary: Gold & Silver Daily Outlook

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On Wednesday the prices of gold and silver edged up after they had declined during the first two days of the week. The bullion market continues to seek direction as both metals nearly didn’t change during the month. The U.S CPI remained unchanged during July while the core CPI edged up by 0.1%. On today’s agenda: GB Retails Sales, U.S. Housing Starts and Building Permits, U.S. Jobless Claims, and Philly Fed Manufacturing Index.

On Wednesday, Gold edged up by 0.28% to $1,606.6; Silver also edged up by 0.18% to $27.9. During August, gold declined by 0.5%; silver, by 0.06%.

The ratio between the two precious metals rose on Wednesday to 57.59. During August the ratio edged down by 0.43% as silver slightly out-performed gold.

On Today’s Agenda

Philly Fed Manufacturing Index: This monthly survey measures the manufacturing conditions. In the previous July survey, the growth rate rose from -16.6 in June to -12.9 in July. If the index will remain negative it may adversely affect not only U.S Dollar but also commodities;

U.S. Housing Starts: this report was historically correlated with gold– as housing starts increased, gold tended to fall the following day; in the previous report, the adjusted annual rate reached 760,000 in June, which was 6.9% above May’s rate;

U.S. Jobless Claims Weekly Report: in the recent update the jobless claims fell by 6k to 361,000; this upcoming weekly update may affect the U.S dollar and consequently precious metals rates;

Currencies / Bullion Market –August Update

The Euro/ USD edged down again on Wednesday by 0.26% to 1.229. Alternatively, other currencies including Aussie dollar and CAD appreciated on Wednesday. The linear correlation between gold and Euro is still strong and positive: during the past several weeks, the correlation between the gold and EURO/USD was 0.49 (daily percent changes). Therefore, if the Euro will continue to fall against the USD, it could also drag down precious metals.

Daily Outlook

The ongoing decline of the Euro is probably curbing the rise of precious metals, while the increase in other “risk currencies” such as Aussie dollar and CAD is helping bullion rates to edge up. The upcoming U.S reports that will come out today including the housing starts and Philly Fed could affect not only bullion market but also stocks and forex markets. If the housing starts will continue to rise and if the Philly Fed index will continue to be negative, then precious metals prices may resume their downward trend. The change in market sentiment in which major hedge funds become less bullish on silver may also contribute to the weakness of precious metals. Finally, if the Euro and other “risk currencies” will fall against the USD it could contribute to the weakness of precious metals rates.

A. Schulman Appoints R. Kelly Hines As Director, Global Financial Planning and Analysis

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AKRON, Ohio, /PRNewswire/ – A. Schulman, Inc. (SHLM) announced today that R. Kelly Hines has been appointed Director, Global Financial Planning and Analysis, effective immediately. Working in conjunction with Chief Financial Officer Joseph Levanduski and the Executive Leadership Team, Mr. Hines will develop, coordinate and implement strategic financial planning and budgeting processes throughout A. Schulman’s global operations.

Mr. Hines will report to Mr. Levanduski, but also will have an important role working with Patricia Mishic, Chief Marketing Officer, on key strategic growth initiatives.

“Kelly has substantial experience in strategic planning and managing financial processes for global industrial operations and client reports ,” Mr.Levanduski said. “He will be an excellent addition to our team as we continue to pursue our global growth and profitability goals to maximize shareholder value.”

Most recently, Mr. Hines was Corporate Director, Financial Planning and Analysis for Exal Corporation, a privately held manufacturer of aluminum containers, based in Youngstown, Ohio. Prior to Exal, Mr. Hines held several financial leadership positions – a head of “Client reports and communications” department in a UK based financial risk management company and the most recent being seven years in global financial planning and controller positions at The Timken Company, a Canton, Ohio-based manufacturer of friction management and mechanical power transmission products. He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Auburn University.

About A. Schulman, Inc.

Headquartered in Akron, Ohio, A. Schulman is a leading international supplier of high-performance plastic compounds and resins. These materials are used in a variety of consumer, industrial, automotive and packaging applications. The Company employs about 3,100 people and has 35 manufacturing facilities globally. A. Schulman reported net sales of $2.2 billion for the fiscal year ended August 31, 2011. Additional information about A. Schulman can be found at www.aschulman.com.

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