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Braskem SA 6-K 2012
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SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Washington, D.C. 20549
 

 
FORM 6-K
 
REPORT OF FOREIGN PRIVATE ISSUER PURSUANT TO RULE 13A-16
OR 15D-16 OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934


For the month of May, 2012

(Commission File No. 1-14862 )

 

 
BRASKEM S.A.
(Exact Name as Specified in its Charter)
 
N/A
(Translation of registrant's name into English)
 


Rua Eteno, 1561, Polo Petroquimico de Camacari
Camacari, Bahia - CEP 42810-000 Brazil
(Address of principal executive offices)



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Resin Sales up 9% in the Quarter
3 p.p. of market share recovery

HIGHLIGHTS: 
 

4  Focus on competitiveness

ü  Crackers operated in the quarter at an average utilization rate of 93%, compared to 80% in 4Q11, which had been impacted by two scheduled maintenance shutdowns.

ü  In March 2012, Braskem registered production record of ethylene (306 kton) and polypropylene (151 kton).

ü  Braskem’s thermoplastic resins sales in 1Q12 of 846 kton, up 9% from 4Q11, leading Braskem’s resins market share to increase 3 p.p. to 68%.

ü  The gradual recovery of spreads in the quarter was not sufficient to prevent margin contraction compared to 4Q11. In this scenario, EBITDA in 1Q12 was US$442 million or R$787 million. Excluding the nonrecurring impact of R$236 million, related to the compensation of a raw material supply contract in the USA, EBITDA was US$310 million or R$551 million.




4
Expansion and diversification of feedstock

ü New PVC plant already in the commissioning phase, which will increase capacity by 200 kton.

ü Construction of the Butadiene project advanced in the quarter, with 88% already completed, which should ensure the plant’s start-up by July 2012.

ü Ethylene XXI Project in Mexico: progress made on the earthmoving works (40% completed) in preparation for the start of construction already in May, in line with the timetable approved for the project, which should ensure its start-up in 2015.

4 Commitment to financial health

ü In April 2012, Braskem raised US$500 million through the issue of bonds due in April 2022 with a yield of 5.40% p.a., which is the lowest yield ever paid by the Company in a debt issue.

 


 


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

Margins in the petrochemical industry remained depressed in the quarter due to the combination of limited demand, which reflected the weak economic growth, especially in developed countries, and higher prices for raw materials, mainly naphtha.

The average naphtha price increased by 16% in 1Q12 compared to the last quarter of 2011, in response to the higher oil prices, reflecting the geopolitical tension in Arab countries, which was further aggravated by Iran. The prices of resins1 and basic petrochemicals2 increased by 7% and 8% in the period. However, the recovery in petrochemical prices was insufficient to offset the increases in feedstock prices, and the spreads of resins and basic petrochemicals, despite a gradual recovery in the quarter, decreased 11% and 6%, respectively, compared to the previous quarter.

Nonetheless, in a seasonally weak period, Brazilian demand3 for thermoplastic resins reached 1.2 million tons in the quarter, up 3% from 4Q11. Braskem s sales totaled 846 kton, up 9% in the quarter, in line with its strategy to expand sales in the domestic market, which led import volume in the period to decrease by 10% to 316 kton. The Company s operations normalized in the quarter, following the scheduled maintenance shutdowns in late 2011, with crackers operating at an average utilization rate of 93%.

EBITDA in 1Q12 was R$787 million or US$442 million, affected by the contraction in the contribution margin, in line with the narrowing of spreads in the international market, as mentioned earlier; and partially offset by the higher sales volume compared to the prior quarter.

On March 30, Braskem s net debt stood at US$6.1 billion, decreasing 4% from year-end 2011. Financial leverage measured by the net debt/EBITDA ratio in U.S. dollar increased from 2.83x to 2.87x in 1Q12.

Brazil s federal government continues to play an important role in helping to strengthen the local industry. On April 24, the Senate approved a measure to unify and reduce the interstate VAT tax for imported goods from 12% to 4%, which will come into force in January 2013, reducing the tax incentive granted by certain Brazilian ports. Also, the state government of Santa Catarina issued decrees revoking some of its benefits for certain imported goods with the aim of attracting investments and promoting the development of local manufacturers in the state.

The commitment of the Brazilian government with the local industry has been further reinforced by measures to combat the overvaluation of the Brazilian real and to incentive and to improve its competitiveness under the Brasil Maior Industrial Policy Plan. Among these measures, we highlight: incentives for converters through reductions in payroll taxes in the plastics industry; the Revitaliza program (more competitive financing lines) and financing for indirect exports.

However, the uncertainties regarding the performance of the world economy reinforce the need for a more comprehensive Industrial Policy to strengthen local industry, following the example being made by other countries. It is expected that new measures are taken in order to improve the competitiveness of the brazilian industry in this scenario.

 

1 65% PE (USA), 25% PP (Asia) and 10% PVC (Asia)
2 80% Ethylene and propylene, 20% BTX (base Europe)
3 Demand was measured by the Company s internal estimates, Abiquim data (PVC) and the Alice import system.

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PERFORMANCE

4 Net Revenue

In 1Q12, consolidated net revenue was US$4.7 billion, decreasing 4% from the previous quarter. The higher sales volume of resins and key basic petrochemicals, as well as the increase in the average price in U.S. dollar, partially offset the lower volume of resales. In Brazilian real, consolidated net revenue was R$8.2 billion, decreasing 5% from the prior quarter and also influenced by the stronger local currency in the period.

Compared to 1Q11, consolidated net revenue in U.S. dollar grew 5%, driven by the higher sales volume, which had been negatively impacted by the power blackout that affected the assets located in the Northeast region until May 2011, and by the better basic petrochemical prices in the period. In Brazilian real, consolidated net revenue grew 11%, driven by the average appreciation in the U.S. dollar of 6% in the period.

 

Export revenue in 1Q12 was US$2.0 billion, down 9% from the prior quarter, mainly due to the lower resale volume. Compared to 1Q11, export revenue increased 17%, driven by the acquisition of the polypropylene assets and by the higher volume of exports from Brazil (ex-resale) due to higher product availability.

Highlights by Segment

4 Polyolefins

Brazilian market: estimated demand for Polyolefins (PE and PP) in 1Q12 was 957 kton, up 2% from 4Q11, which is explained by the period s seasonality. Compared to 1Q11, this demand increased by 7%.

Production: in 1Q12, production volume was 1,088 kton, up 14% and 11% from 4Q11 and 1Q11, respectively, which resulted in a higher supply of polyolefins for sale in the domestic and export markets. In both cases, the growth is explained by the higher utilization rates, which had been adversely affected by the scheduled and unscheduled maintenance shutdowns (blackout in Northeast).

Domestic sales: Braskem s sales totaled 715 kton, increasing 10% from 4Q11, driven by the expansion of market share from 70% to 75% (in line with historical levels), which reflects the Company's permanent commitment to supply the domestic market. Compared to 1Q11, domestic sales increased by 9%.

Export sales: in the first quarter of the year, exports totaled 332 kton, increasing 8% and 12% from 4Q11 and 1Q11, respectively, reflecting the higher availability of products, as explained above.

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4 Vinyls

Brazilian market: estimated demand for PVC was approximately 282 kton in the quarter, increasing 6% on 4Q11 and 9% on 1Q11. The better performance of PVC reflects the continued strong performance of the Brazilian construction industry, influenced by the country s growing middle class, the opportunities associated with sporting events over the coming years and infrastructure investments.

Production: with a capacity utilization rate of 90%, PVC production reached 115 kton in the quarter, decreasing 2% from 4Q11. Meanwhile, caustic soda production grew by 5% to 116 kton. Compared to 1Q11, PVC and caustic soda production volume increased by 22 kton and 52 kton, driven by their higher utilization rates, which had been impacted last year by the power blackout.

Domestic sales: PVC sales volume was 131 kton in the quarter, or 47% of the total market, increasing 7% from 4Q11, virtually in line with the performance of the local market. Sales of caustic soda were 113 kton. Compared to 1Q11, PVC and caustic soda sales grew at strong rates of 23% and 26%, respectively, driven by the higher supply of these products.

4 Basic Petrochemicals

Ethylene production in 1Q12 came to 870 kton, up 15% from 4Q11, reflecting the average utilization rate of 93% in the period. In March, the Company set a new ethylene production record with output of 306 kton in the month, surpassing the previous record set in October 2010 by 3 kton. Compared to the same period of 2011, which was affected by the blackout in the Northeast, ethylene production increased by 131 kton.

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Performance (tons)  1Q12  4Q11  1Q11  Change (%)  Change (%)
BASIC PETROCHEMICALS  (A)  (B)  (C)  (A)/(B)  (A)/(C) 
 
Production           

Ethylene 

870,154  759,262  739,176  15  18 

Propylene 

349,551  324,245  342,698  8  2 

Cumene 

63,697  67,882  71,379  (6)  (11) 

Butadiene 

78,132  76,598  72,752  2  7 

BTX* 

285,000  262,126  290,386  9  (2) 
BTX* - Benzene, Toluene, Orthoxylene and Paraxylene

 

Ethylene and propylene: total sales in 1Q12 were 244 kton, up 14% from 4Q11, following the higher production in the period. Compared to 1Q11, sales volume increased 17%.

Butadiene: sales in the first quarter were 74 kton, down 2% from 4Q11, explained by the decrease in sales volume to export markets, which recovered in the quarter, and up 2% compared to 1Q11.

BTX: sales of aromatics increased 4% in 1Q12 to 248 kton. Compared to 1Q11, sales increased by 5%.

4 International Business (Braskem America)

Market: 1Q12 was marked by higher feedstock prices, driven by the gasoline market, higher naphtha prices and limited product availability (scheduled shutdowns), which consequently led to higher polypropylene prices. Despite the relative stability in the U.S. economy, no sign of demand recovery was observed.

Production: production volume in the quarter was 439 kton, increasing 2% from 4Q11, reflecting the capacity utilization rate of 88%. Compared to 1Q11, the strong growth in output is explained by the consolidation of the polypropylene assets acquired since the last quarter of 2011.

Sales: the International Business Unit, represented by the operations in the United States and Europe, recorded sales volume of 428 kton of PP in the quarter, remaining stable in relation to 4Q11, accompanying the stability in demand.

Performance (tons)  1Q12  4Q11  1Q11  Change (%)  Change (%) 
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS  (A)  (B)  (C)  (A)/(B)  (A)/(C) 
Sales           
PP  428,042  426,174  199,518  0  115 
 
Production           
PP  438,997  429,678  194,921  2  125 

 

The higher capacity utilization rates for Braskem s main products reflect the normalization of production at the Company's plants following the scheduled and unscheduled maintenance turnarounds during 2011.

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* Does not consider Green Ethylene     
 
 
 

4  Cost of Goods Sold

Braskem's cost of goods sold (COGS) in 1Q12 was R$7.6 billion, decreasing 5% from 4Q11, driven by (i) the lower volume of naphtha resale in the period, (ii) the higher operational efficiency due to the utilization rates improvement, and (iii) the 2% appreciation in the Brazilian real, which generated a positive impact of R$104 million.

The ARA naphtha price reference, the Company's main feedstock, stood at US$1.015/t, increasing 16% from 4Q11 (US$875/t). The three-month moving average, which is a reference for domestic supply, was US$908/t, down 2% from the prior quarter (US$923/t). Braskem acquires around 70% of its naphtha feedstock from Petrobras, with the remainder imported directly from suppliers in North African countries, Argentina, Mexico and Venezuela.

Regarding the average gas price, the benchmark Mont Belvieu prices of ethane and propane decreased from 4Q11 by 34% and 13% to US$56 cts/gal and US$126 cts/gal, respectively, impacted by the lower demand (scheduled maintenance shutdowns). The average price of USG propylene was US$1,514/ton, increasing 16%, affected by its limited supply.

Compared to 1Q11, COGS increased 19%, driven by the merger of the polypropylene assets acquired in September 2011 into Braskem’s portfolio and by the increase in raw material prices. The moving average for the ARA naphtha price increased 10%.

 
 

4  Selling, General and Administrative Expenses

In 1Q12, Selling, General and Administrative (SG&A) expenses were R$509 million, up 3% from the prior quarter. Compared to 1Q11, SG&A expenses increased by R$24 million or 5%.

Selling Expenses in the quarter were R$229 million, increasing 6% from 4Q11. Compared to 1Q11, SG&A expenses increased 13%. In both periods, the increases were driven by the higher sales volumes, resulting in higher expenses with distribution and storage.

General and Administrative Expenses were R$280 million in the quarter, virtually in line with 4Q11 and 1Q11, reflecting the Company's efforts to contain its fixed costs, despite the integration of new assets and inflationary pressures.

 

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4 EBITDA

Braskem s consolidated EBITDA4 in 1Q12 was R$787 million, up 10% from 4Q11, with EBITDA margin excluding naphtha/condensate/oil resales ( resales ) of 10.3%. In U.S. dollar, EBITDA increased 11% to US$442 million. The higher sales volume was offset by the lower contribution margin, which followed international spreads for thermoplastic resins and key basic petrochemicals, which decreased by around 11% and 6%, respectively. However, the recognition of compensation for one of the propylene supply contracts for the Marcus Hook plant (see Note 1(a) to the Quarterly Financial Statements ITR) had a positive impact of R$236 million. Excluding this nonrecurring effect, the Company s EBITDA was R$551 million, with an EBITDA margin ex-resales of around 7%.

Braskem was communicated about the shutdown at one of the refineries responsible for supplying around 55% of the propylene consumed by the Marcus Hook plant, which has annual production capacity of 350 kton. The plant has operated using other feedstock suppliers, and the Company is already dedicated to find logistics and commercial solutions to ensure its operation. Braskem operates four other plants in the United States, which have combined production capacity of 1,075 kton, that were not supplied by this refinery.

Compared to 1Q11, EBITDA decreased 14% in Brazilian real and 20% in U.S. dollar. The higher sales volume and 6% appreciation in the dollar in the period were insufficient to offset the lowers spreads in thermoplastic resins and basic petrochemicals, which decreased 31% and 22%, respectively, between the periods.


SYNERGIES:

Braskem remains focused on fully capturing the remaining synergies identified from the acquisition of the Quattor assets of R$95 million, which will be in the quarterly operating results of 2012. By the end of 2011, Braskem had captured R$400 million in annual and recurring EBITDA, and it expects to capture by year-end 2012 the total synergies identified of R$495 million.

The main gains continue to be on the industrial and logistics fronts, mainly due to (i) the better planning of export operations; (ii) the reduction in the number of

 

     

4 EBITDA may be defined as earnings before the financial result, income tax and social contribution tax (CSLL), depreciation and amortization, and revenues and expenses from the divestment or impairment of fixed/intangible assets. EBITDA is used by the Company’s management as a measure of performance, but does not represent cash flow for the periods presented and should not be considered a substitute for net income or an indicator of liquidity. The Company believes that in addition to serving as a measure of operating performance, EBITDA allows for comparisons with other companies. Note however that EBITDA is not a measure established in accordance with the international accounting standards (IFRS) and may be defined and calculated differently by other companies.

 

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grades; (iii) the integrated purchase of feedstocks (naphtha and propylene); (v) the optimization of integrated planning at the petrochemical complexes and polymer plants; as well as other measures.

For the PP assets acquired from Dow, Braskem identified synergies of US$27.5 million in annual and recurring EBITDA, which should be fully captured by 2014. In 2012 the gains are estimated at US$15 million, totaling US$ 25 million in annual and recurring EBITDA as of 2013. The main gains are related to optimizing the product portfolio (production mix), renegotiating the logistics and supply contracts, improving logistics planning and increasing the operating efficiency of the assets.

 

4 Net Financial Result

In 1Q12, the net financial result was an expense of R$104 million, compared to an expense of R$607 million in the prior quarter. This variation is basically explained by the depreciation of the U.S. dollar5 against the Brazilian real of 3% in the quarter, compared to the 1% appreciation in 4Q11.

Since Braskem holds net exposure to the U.S. dollar (more dollar-pegged liabilities than dollar-pegged assets), any change in the exchange rate has an impact on the book financial result. On March 31, 2012, this net exposure was composed of: (i) in operations, 55% of the suppliers account, which is partially offset by 67% of accounts receivable; and (ii) in the capital structure, by 82% of net debt. Given its heavily dollarized operational cash flow, the Company considers this exposure adequate. Virtually 100% of its revenue is directly or indirectly pegged to the variation in the U.S. dollar exchange rate, and approximately 80% of its costs are also pegged to this currency.

It is important to note that the foreign exchange effect, which was a gain of R$263 million in the quarter, does not have a direct cash impact in the short term. This amount represents exchange-variation accounting impacts, especially on the Company s debt, with any expenditure occurring upon the maturity of the debt.

Excluding the effects from exchange and monetary variation on the balance-sheet accounts exposed to the dollar, the net financial result in 1Q12 was an expense of R$300 million, decreasing by R$37 million from the expense in the prior quarter. Compared to 1Q11, despite the reduction in the average debt cost, the financial result was affected by the Brazilian real depreciation of close to 10% between the periods.

The following table shows the composition of Braskem's net financial result on quarterly and annual bases.

 
5 On March 31, 2012, the Brazilian real/U.S. dollar exchange rate was R$1.8221/US$1.00. 


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R$ million  1Q12  4Q11  1Q11 
 
Financial Expenses  (194)  (773)  (135) 

Interest Expenses 

(248)  (253)  (209) 

Monetary Variation (MV) 

(79)  (78)  (72) 

Foreign Exchange Variation (FX) 

251  (293)  225 

Net Interest on Fiscal Provisions 

(48)  (76)  (37) 

Others 

(70)  (73)  (42) 
Financial Revenue  90  166  78 

Interest 

62  58  62 

Monetary Variation (MV) 

12  18  20 

Foreign Exchange Variation (FX) 

11  83  (10) 

Net Interest on Fiscal Credits 

2  10  3 

Others 

2  (3)  4 
Net Financial Result  (104)  (607)  (57) 
 
R$ million  1Q12  4Q11  1Q11 
Net Financial Result  (104)  (607)  (57) 

Foreign Exchange Variation (FX) 

263  (210)  215 

Monetary Variation (MV) 

(67)  (60)  (52) 
Net Financial Result Excluding FX and MV  (300)  (337)  (220) 

 

4 Net Income/Loss

In the quarter, Braskem recorded Net Income of R$152 million. This result was mainly driven by the reduction in financial expenses and the extraordinary effect related to the compensation received from the supply contract, as previously explained.

Dividends

On April 27, 2012, the Annual Shareholders Meeting approved the distribution of dividends in the total amount of R$483 million, based on the unrealized profit reserve, which was also used to absorb the balance of accumulated losses in 2011 of R$496 million. The dividend payment will be made from November 20, 2012.

4 Cash Flow

Operating cash flow, adjusted by Financial Investments, was R$1,702 million in 1Q12, compared with operating cash flow of R$519 million in the prior quarter. The increase is explained by the positive contribution from working capital driven by (i) the positive variation in Suppliers explained by the increase in feedstock consumption (production growth) and the better payment term obtained from Petrobras, in the amount of R$900 million; which was partially offset by the negative variation in (ii) Accounts Receivable due to the higher sales volumes, (iii) Inventories, and (iv) Other Accounts Receivable, which includes the balance relating to the compensation of the raw material contract, as previously mentioned.

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R$ million  1Q12  4Q11  1Q11 
Operating Cash Flow Ajusted  1.702  519  569 

Interest Paid 

(140)  (236)  (173) 

Income Tax and Social Contribution 

(8)  (11)  (18) 

Investments 

(834)  (1.382)  (322) 
Free Cash Flow Adjusted  721  (1.111)  56 

 

Adjusted Free Cash Flow was positive R$721 million, increasing by R$1,832 million from the prior quarter. The main factors in this increase were (i) the reduction in the line of interest expenses, which in 4Q11 was affected by the payments of semiannual coupons on the bonds issued by Braskem; and (ii) the lower disbursement for investments, which was affected by the payment related to the acquisition of the PP assets in 4Q11.

It is important to mention that the investment of R$834 million includes R$187 million disbursed in the Mexican project, which is fully consolidated by the Company. The portion corresponding to Braskem s equity was R$34 million and the remaining balance is explained by the project s bridge loan, the investments made by Idesa and by the use of its own cash. The bridge loan will be refinanced in the 1st disbursement of the project finance, which should be completed by July 2012.

4 Capital Structure and Liquidity

As of March 31, 2012, Braskem s consolidated gross debt was US$8,099 million, virtually in line with the level registered on December 31, 2011. Note that this amount includes the total amount of the bridge loan for the Mexico project of US$32 million, which should be repaid once the Project Finance structure is implemented. In Brazilian real, consolidated gross debt decreased by 3%, impacted by exchange variation. At the end of the period, 66% of gross debt was pegged to the dollar. The balance of cash and investments increased 17% to US$1,993 million.

In April, the Company obtained consent for amending the financial covenants of its bond issues (with the new covenants already reflected in the 2041 bond issue) for the bonds coming due in 2018, 2020, 2021 and for the perpetual bonds. This amendment was made to segregate and preserve Braskem and its subsidiaries from the risks and obligations associated solely to the strategic projects of the Company financed by project finance structure.

The project finance structure for the Mexico project remains on schedule and should be concluded by July 2012. Approval has already been obtained for US$600 million from SACE and the A Loan of US$300 million from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), which will be complemented by a B Loan of up to US$800 million. The negotiations with the BNDES, BANCOMEX and IFC are in the approval phase.

The Company's consolidated net debt in U.S. dollar decreased by 4% to US$6,106 million. When measured in Brazilian real, Braskem s consolidated net debt decreased by 7%, influenced by the U.S. dollar depreciation of 3% in the period. At the end of the period, 82% of net debt was denominated in U.S. dollar.

In line with its strategy of maintaining high liquidity and financial solidity, Braskem maintains two revolving stand-by credit facilities with combined value of US$600 million that do not include any restrictive covenants on withdrawals during times of Material Adverse Change (MAC Clause). Only prime banks with low default rates (credit default swap) and high credit ratings participated in the transactions.

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Financial leverage measured by the net debt/EBITDA ratio increased from 2.83x to 2.87x when measured in U.S. dollar. In Brazilian real, the ratio decreased 4% to 3.08x, reflecting the U.S. dollar depreciation in the period, as previously mentioned.

Despite the volatile global scenario, S&P, Moody s and Fitch issued reports in the March-May period that reinforced the Company s solid long-term fundamentals, and all agencies reaffirmed their investment-grade ratings and stable outlooks for Braskem. As of March 31, 2012, the average debt term was 15 years, compared to 12 years at the end of 2011. Considering only the portion denominated in U.S. dollar, the average debt term was around 21 years.

The longer debt term reflects the pre-payment of short term debts with higher costs, as well as the issue, in early January, of US$250 million via the reopening of the 2021 bond issue at par value and a yield of 5.75% p.a., down 25 bps from the original issue; and the reopening of the perpetual bond issue in the amount of US$250 million originally issued in October 2010. With coupon of 7.375% p.a., the perpetual bonds were placed in the market at 100.375% of face value, which represents a yield of 7.345%, down from the initial price. The average cost of servicing the Company's debt as of March 31, 2012 was 6.17% in U.S. dollar and 8.92% in Brazilian real, versus 5.98% in U.S. dollar and 9.82% in Brazilian real in the prior quarter.

In April, Braskem returned to capital markets and raised US$500 million through the issue of bonds due in April 2022, with a yield of 5.40% p.a., which is the lowest yield ever paid by the Company in a debt issue.

The following charts show Braskem s gross debt by category and indexer.

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The following chart shows the Company s consolidated amortization schedule as of March 31, 2012.

Only 7% of Braskem s total debt matures in 2012, and its high liquidity ensures that its cash and cash equivalents cover the payment of obligations maturing over the next 32 months. Considering the standby lines, this coverage is 37 months.

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CAPITAL EXPENDITURE:

Maintaining its commitment to making investments with returns above the cost of capital, in 1Q12, Braskem made operational investments in the total amount of R$700 million (excluding capitalized interest).

Of the total investments, R$349 million, or around 50%, was allocated to capacity expansion projects. The expansion of the PVC plant in the state of Alagoas received R$238 million in the quarter, while the new Butadiene plant received R$95 million. Note that these amounts do not include the recovery of taxes associated with both projects.

 

PROJECT PIPELINE:

In line with its medium and long term strategy, which is focused on expanding in the Brazilian market, diversifying its energy matrix, advancing its international expansion and consolidating its leadership in the biopolymer market, Braskem s project portfolio comprises the following projects:

 

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Project

Capacity
(kton/y)

Investment

Disbursements
in 2012

Characteristics

PVC capacity expansion

Alagoas - Brazil

200

US$470 MM

R$238 MM

·         Objective: to supply the growing PVC market in Brazil.

·         Construction: in final phase, with 93% of works completed. In 1Q12, the State Environmental Protection Board (CEPRAM) granted the operating licenses to Braskem.

·         Start-up: May 2012.

·         Financing: R$525 million-line from BNDES with total term of 9 years, with 88% denominated in Brazilian real at a cost of TJLP+1.46%; R$200 million line from BNB with repayment in 12 years and interest of 8.5% p.a.

Butadiene

Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil

100

R$300 MM

R$95 MM

·         Objective: take advantage of the C4 crude stream and supply the growing global demand for butadiene, whose price increased in 1Q12 by around 25% from 1Q11.

·         Construction: 88% of works completed. The butadiene storage spheres have already been installed.

·         Start-up: July 2012.

·         Pre-sale agreements have generated total advances of around R$200 million.

·         BNDES line of up to R$176 million with total term of 9 years and interest of TJLP + 2.68%.  

Green PP

To be defined

≥30

To be announced

-

·         The project must still be approved by the Board of Directors in 2012, with startup projected for the second half of 2013.

Comperj

Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

n/a

To be defined

-

·         2011: conclusion of the first phase of the FEL1 (Front End Loading) engineering process.

·         2012: final detailing of the scope of the petrochemical project at Comperj (FEL2), based on the definition by Petrobras of the feedstocks to be used.

·         2014e: definition on the development and installation of a project and its examination by the Company’s Board of Directors.

 

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Project

Capacity
(kton/y)

Investment

Disbursements
in 2012

Characteristics

Ethylene XXI (Integrated ethylene/PE project)

 

Location: Coatzacoalcos - Mexico

1,050

 

~US$3 bi6 Project Finance
(70% debt / 30% equity)

R$34 MM7

 

·         JV between Braskem (65%) and Idesa (35%).

·         Long term contract (20 years) with PEMEX-Gás based on Mont Belvieu reference gas price.

·         In addition to gaining access to feedstock at attractive conditions, the project aims to meet the growing Mexican demand for PE of around 1.9 million tons, of which some 70% is currently met by imports.

·         Completion of the Front End Loading (FEL3) phase in January to confirm the project’s returns.

·         Construction: in 1Q12, the Board of Directors approved the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract; more equipment was purchased that has long manufacturing and delivery lead times; and ongoing construction was mobilized to ensure the start of works in 2Q12.

·         Contracting a bridge loan that will be fully repaid in the 1st disbursement of the Project Finance.

·         US$900 million in financing already approved:

o    SACE:  US$600 million;

o    IADB: US$300 million A loan to be complemented by a B Loan of up to US$800 million.

·         Priorities for 2012:

o    Structuring of the Project Finance;

o    Start of construction on the industrial plants;

o    Pre-marketing for Mexican clients.

Other MoUs in Latin America

n/a

To be defined

-

·         Braskem also has projects in less advanced phases in Peru, Venezuela and Bolivia.

 

4 Innovation Pipeline - Product Development

Lids for noncarbonated water and juice bottles: Braskem launched a new Polyethylene resin to serve the noncarbonated water and juice lid market. The new resin uses a bimodal technology that ensures excellent processing and avoids the transfer of odors and flavors to the bottled product. 

 

 
6 Capex includes only fixed investments, and does not include working capital needs and interest for the project.
7 Amount refers to Braskem s equity. 

 

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Renovation of the Polypropylene portfolio for textiles:these resins for the fiber market already include technology that avoids potential undesired reactions with atmospheric gases that could change fiber color, which allows fabric manufacturers to guarantee higher consistency, regularity and aesthetic quality.

 

Renovation of PVC portfolio for laminates:the new resins improve the properties of products, such as synthetic leathers, laminated PVC flooring and technical parts, by increasing the resistance to abrasion and compression, while foams made using the resins have a better surface finish.

 

BRASKEM S COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES:

4  VISIO Program

With the aim of maximizing value for Clients and the plastics chain, the Visio Program launched new initiatives in the quarter.





In partnership with Lorenzetti, a unique PP application was developed for electric shower heads that makes it possible to add colors and textures to the resin. Because of the launch, the Client received considerable attention at Feicon, the major trade fair of the construction sector.

The partnership with Tigre, Brazil’s largest manufacturer of plastic tubes, connection and accessories, led to the development of grates made from Green PE. Seeking to improve its sustainability concepts, Tigre is the first company to launch ecological grates for the construction industry.


4
Solutions for a More Sustainable Life

Braskem continues to actively participate in the discussions of the National Commission for Rio+20, the United Nations conference on Sustainable Development to be held in Brazil this year, as part of the Company s effort to strengthen its corporate contribution to leverage society s commitment to sustainability.

In January, the Company participated in the preparatory meetings organized by the UN. Titled The Future We Want , the preparatory text for Rio+20 highlighted the importance of the business community's participation as a solution for sustainability and the contributions made by the business coalition Business Actions for Sustainable Development (BASD).

Braskem also defined some of the events it will support at Rio+20: the Corporate Sustainability Forum organized by the UN Global Compact and the Brazilian Committee of the Global Compact; the Rio+20 Business Day event to promote engagement by business and organized by the BASD; the Sustainable 2012" congress organized by the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS); the event Meeting of Industry for Sustainability organized by the National Confederation of Industries (CNI); and the technology expo The Future is Sustainable organized by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Braskem will also support the event as an official supplier and demonstrate solutions for a more sustainable life. This set of initiatives to support Rio+20 is based on the importance of the conference and of the business community s participation as an agent contributing to sustainability.

In relation to Braskem, the first quarter was marked by advances in the permanent effort to strengthen the management of Processes and Workplace Safety. In terms of Workplace Safety, the quarter registered the best indicators ever in Braskem s history, with an Injury Frequency Rate with and without Lost Time per million man-hours worked of 0.94. More specifically in March, the rate was 0.23, with the occurrence of just one lost-time event in Braskem s entire operations, which reinforces our belief that achieving a Zero Accident rate is possible.

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OUTLOOK:

Positive data on the U.S. economy and the expectation of a milder recession in Europe in response to the policies adopted to manage the sovereign debt crisis led the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to revise its forecast for world economic growth in 2012 to 3.5%. However, the risk factors continue to be associated with the strengthening of European economies and the geopolitical uncertainties in the Persian Gulf, which have the potential to trigger sharper increases in commodity prices.

Despite the still-volatile global environment, the expectation, to be confirmed, points to a Brazilian demand growth, influenced by the lower level of unemployment and higher income levels. The federal government has also responded and the stimulus measures adopted to promote credit and increase the competitiveness of local producers, which have led to higher job growth, should help support stronger GDP growth in Brazil.

In this scenario, Braskem s strategy remains centered on strengthening its business and increasing its competitiveness, which include: (i) strengthening its partnerships with Clients, which led its market share to expand in Brazil; (ii) supporting the development of Brazil s petrochemical and plastics chain; (iii) pursuing operational efficiency and cost reductions; (iv) adding value to existing streams; and (v) maintaining its solid financial position.

Regarding the petrochemical market, the short-term scenario remains marked by sharp fluctuations in prices and costs. For the year, a gradual recovery in consumption is expected, driven by the stronger economy in Southeast Asia (post-tsunami Japan), by the positive signs coming from Germany and the potential impacts on other countries in the region, and by the shift in China s policy for its domestic growth.

In the medium and long term, the outlook for the petrochemical industry remains positive. In this context, Braskem maintains its commitment to sustainable growth and development and will continue to act proactively to pursue the best opportunities, seeking to create value for its Clients, Shareholders and Society and to increase competitiveness throughout the entire petrochemical and plastics production chain, while maintaining its focus on financial discipline.

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4  1Q12 Earnings Conference Call

 

Portuguese

10:00 a.m. (Brasília)

9:00 a.m. (US ET)

6:00 a.m. (Los Angeles)

2:00 p.m. (London)

 

Dial in: +55 (11) 3127-4971

Code: Braskem 

 

 

 

 

English

12:00 p.m. (Brasília)

11:00 a.m. (US ET)

8:00 a.m. (Los Angeles)

4:00 p.m. (London)

 

USA: +1 (888) 771-4371

Other countries: +1 (847) 585-4405

Code: 32221784

 

 

 

 

 


INVESTOR RELATIONS TEAM:

Guilherme A. Mélega
IRO and Controller
Tel: (55 11) 3576-9531
guilherme.melega@braskem.com.br

Roberta Varella
IR Manager
Tel: (55 11) 3576-9178
roberta.varella@braskem.com.br

Daniela Balle de Castro
IR Analyst
Tel: (55 11) 3576-9615
daniela.castro@braskem.com.br

 

Susana S. Yamamoto
IR Coordinator
Tel: (55 11) 3576-9970
susana.yamamoto@braskem.com.br

Pedro Gomes de Souza
IR Analyst
Tel: (55 11) 3576-9010
pedro.gomes@braskem.com.br

 

www.      braskem.com.br/ri

NOTE:

(i)      On March 30, 2012, the Brazilian real/U.S. dollar exchange rate was R$1.8221/US$1.00.
(ii)      The results of the PP assets acquired in 2011 began to be consolidated in Braskem s results as of 4Q11. Braskem'consolidated financial statements for 2011 were impacted also by the consolidation of Cetrel and the inclusion of the proportional investment in the subsidiary jointly with Refinaria de Petróleo Rio-Grandense (RPR).

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EXHIBITS LIST:   
EXHIBIT I:  Consolidated Income Statement  20 
EXHIBIT II:  Consolidated Income Statement - EBITDA  21 
EXHIBIT III:  EBITDA Reconciliation  21 
EXHIBIT IV:  Consolidated Balance Sheet  22 
EXHIBIT V:  Consolidated Cash Flow Statement  23 
EXHIBIT VI:  Production Volume  24 
EXHIBIT VII:  Sales Volume - Domestic Market  25 
EXHIBIT VIII:  Sales Volume - Export Market and International Business  26 
EXHIBIT IX:  Consolidated Net Revenue  27 
EXHIBIT X:  Results by Segment  28 

 

Braskem, a world-class Brazilian petrochemical company, is the leader in the thermoplastic resins segment in the Americas. With 35 industrial plants, of which 28 are in Brazil, 5 in the United States and 2 in Europe, the Company has annual production capacity of 16 million tons of thermoplastic resins and other petrochemical products.

DISCLAIMER

This press release contains forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are not historical data, but rather reflect the targets and expectations of Braskem s management. Words such as "anticipate", "wish", "expect", "foresee", "intend", "plan", "predict", "project", "aim" and similar terms seek to identify statements that necessarily involve known and unknown risks. Braskem does not undertake any responsibility for transactions or investment decisions based on the information contained in this document.

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Income Statement  1Q12  4Q11  1Q11  Change (%) Change (%)  
CONSOLIDATED  (A)  (B)  (C )  (A)/(B)  (A)/(C ) 
Gross Revenue  9,820  10,298  9,033  -5%  9% 
Net Revenue  8,232  8,710  7,388  -5%  11% 

Cost of Good Sold 

(7,600)  (8,016)  (6,390)  -5%  19% 
Gross Profit  633  695  998  -9%  -37% 

Selling Expenses 

(229)  (215)  (203)  6%  13% 

General and Administrative Expenses 

(280)  (277)  (283)  1%  -1% 

Business Combination 

-  -  -  -  - 

Other Net Operating Income (expenses) 

193  63  (12)  -  - 

Investment in Subsidiary and Associated Companies 

(2)  1  5  -  - 

Operating Profit Before Financial Result 

315  266  506  18%  -38% 

Net Financial Result 

(104)  (607)  (57)  -83%  83% 

Profit (loss) Before Tax and Social Contribution 

211  (341)  449  162%  -53% 

Income Tax / Social Contribution 

(58)  141  (144)  -142%  -59% 
Net Profit (loss)  152  (201)  305  176%  -50% 
Earnings (loss) Per Share  0.19  (0.25)  0.38  178%  -50% 
Note: as of 2Q11, we began to once again fully consolidate Cetrel, retroactive to January 2011.

 

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EXHIBIT II
Consolidated Income Statement - EBITDA
(R$ million)
 
Income Statement  1Q12  4Q11  1Q11  Change (%)   Change (%) 
CONSOLIDATED  (A)  (B)  (C )  (A)/(B)  (A)/(C ) 
Gross Revenue  9,820  10,298  9,033  -5%  9% 
Net Revenue  8,232  8,710  7,388  -5%  11% 

Cost of Good Sold 

(7,600)  (8,016)  (6,390)  -5%  19% 
Gross Profit  633  695  998  -9%  -37% 

Selling Expenses 

(229)  (215)  (203)  6%  13% 

General and Administrative Expenses 

(280)  (277)  (283)  1%  -1% 

Other operating income (expenses) 

193  63  (12)  206%  - 

Non Recurring Expenses Related to Fixed Assets 

26  12  -  108%  - 
EBITDA  787  718  919  10%  -14% 
EBITDA Margin  9.6%  8.2%  12.4%  1.3 p.p.  -2.9 p.p. 
Depreciation and Amortization  444  441  419  1%  6% 

  Cost 

407  393  381  4%  7% 

Expenses 

37  48  38  -22%  -2% 

 

EXHIBIT III
EBITDA Reconciliation
(R$ million)
 
 
EBITDA Restatement  1Q12 
EBITDA  787 

Depreciation included in COGS and SG&A 

(444) 

Elimination of non recurring (fixed assets) 

(26) 

Investment in subsidiaries and associated companies 

(2) 

Financial Result 

(104) 

Income Tax and Social Contribution 

(58) 
Net Income (Loss)  152 

 

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ATTACHMENT IV
Consolidated Balance Sheet
(R$ million)
 
ASSETS  03/31/2012  12/31/2011  Change (%) 
  (A)  (B)  (A)/(B) 
Current  11,774  10,172  16 

Cash and Cash Equivalents 

3,303  2,987  11 

Marketable Securities/Held for Trading 

289  170  70 

Accounts Receivable 

2,424  1,844  31 

Inventories 

3,921  3,624  8 

Recoverable Taxes 

1,097  1,036  6 

Prepaid Expenses 

93  104  (11) 

Other Receivables 

647  407  59 
Non Current  27,837  27,182  2 

Marketable Securities/ Held-to-Maturity 

39  35  13 

Compulsory Deposits and Escrow Accounts 

179  174  3 

Accounts Receivable 

48  51  (5) 

Deferred Income Tax and Social Contribution 

1,463  1,237  18 

Taxes Recoverable 

1,582  1,506  5 

Related Parties 

59  58  2 

Insurance claims 

243  253  (4) 

Others Accounts Receivable 

198  183  8 

Investments 

42  41  3 

Property, Plant and Equipament 

20,998  20,628  2 

Intangible Assets 

2,985  3,017  (1) 
Total Assets  39,611  37,354  6 
 
 
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY  03/31/2012  12/31/2011  Change (%) 
  (A)  (B)  (A)/(B) 
 
Current  11,257  9,062  24 

Suppliers 

8,944  6,847  31 

Financing/Debentures 

1,244  1,392  (11) 

Hedge Accounting Opperations 

112  83  34 

Salary and Payroll Charges 

303  242  25 

Dividends and Interest on Equity 

5  5  (0) 

Taxes Payable 

435  330  32 

Advances from Customers 

27  19  43 

Sundry Provisions 

16  24  (33) 

Other Payable 

172  119  44 
Non Current  18,268  18,341  (0) 

Financing/Debentures 

13,513  13,772  (2) 

Deferred Income Tax and Social Contribution 

2,118  1,939  9 

Taxes Payable 

1,611  1,613  (0) 

Sundry Provisions 

301  298  1 

Advances from Customers 

228  219  4 

Private Pension Plans 

150  150  0 

Other Payable 

294  281  5 

Others 

54  70  (24) 
Shareholders' Equity  10,085  9,951  1 

Capital 

8,043  8,043  - 

Capital Reserve 

846  846  - 

Profit Reserves 

591  591  - 

Treasury Shares 

(60)  (60)  - 

Other Comprehensive Income 

264  316  (16) 

Retained Earnings (losses) 

161  -  - 

Non Controlling Interest 

240  215  12 
Total Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity  39,611  37,354  6 

 

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EXHIBIT V
Cash Flow Statement
(R$ million)
 
Cash Flow  1Q12  4Q11  1Q11 
 
Profit (loss) Before Income Tax and Social Contribution  211  (341)  449 
Adjust for Net Income Restatement       

Depreciation and Amortization 

444  441  419 

Equity Result 

2  (1)  (5) 

Interest, Monetary and Exchange Variation, Net 

41  445  68 

Others 

20  (11)  14 

Cash Generation before Working Capital 

718  533  944 

Operating Working Capital Variation 

     

Market Securities 

(117)  18  (225) 

Account Receivable 

(578)  994  22 

Recoverable Taxes 

(128)  (92)  (9) 

Inventories 

(289)  49  (257) 

Advanced Expenses 

12  (94)  3 

Other Account Receivables 

(243)  (172)  (34) 

Suppliers 

2,097  (525)  14 

Advances from Customers 

17  27  (1) 

Taxes Payable 

(8)  (91)  (73) 

Other Account Payables 

109  (60)  (41) 

Other Provisions 

(5)  (50)  2 

Operating Cash Flow 

1,585  537  344 

Interest Paid 

(140)  (236)  (173) 

Income Tax and Social Contribution 

(8)  (11)  (18) 

Net Cash provided by operating activities 

1,437  290  153 

Proceeds from the sale of fixed assets 

0  21  0 

Additions to Investment 

-  (619)  - 

Additions to Fixed Assets 

(833)  (778)  (313) 

Additions to Intangible Assets 

(0)  (4)  (1) 

Financial Assets Held to Maturity 

(1)  (2)  (9) 

Cash used in Investing Activities 

(834)  (1,382)  (322) 

Obtained Borrowings 

1,175  1,985  873 

Payment of Borrowings 

(1,478)  (1,229)  (939) 

Repurchase of Shares 

-  -  (1) 

Dividends 

(0)  -  (0) 

Non-controlling interests 

21  80  - 

Others 

-  2  - 

Cash used in Financing Activities 

(282)  838  (68) 

Exchange Variation on Cash of Foreign Subsidiaries and Jointly Controlled Companies 

(5)  (12)  1 

Increase (decrease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents 

316  (267)  (235) 

Represented by 

     

Cash and Cash Equivalents at The Beginning of The Year * 

2,987  3,254  2,624 

Cash and Cash Equivalents at The End of The Year 

3,303  2,987  2,389 

Increase (Decrease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents 

316  (267)  (235) 

* As of 2Q11, we began once again to fully consolidated Cetrel, retroactive to January 2011. Therefore, Starting Cash in 2011 includes additional Cash at Cetrel.

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EXHIBIT VI
Production Volume Main products
 
 
 
PRODUCTION CONSOLIDATED
tons  1Q11  2Q11  3Q11  4Q11  1Q12 
 
Polyolefins           
PE's  576,414  620,383  623,964  570,375  656,359 
PP  400,940  358,470  423,381  382,702  431,401 
 
Vinyls           
PVC  92,855  107,415  121,120  117,505  114,950 
Caustic Soda  63,962  74,409  118,105  110,447  116,142 
EDC  1,326  -  5  24,675  3,748 
Chlorine  10,607  11,155  12,181  12,021  107,397 
 
Basic Petrochemicals           
Ethylene  739,176  808,278  812,442  759,262  870,154 
Propylene  342,698  379,448  365,629  324,245  349,551 
Benzene  204,124  221,063  203,897  189,582  172,235 
Butadiene  72,752  80,939  84,245  76,598  78,132 
Toluene  38,762  38,231  34,070  22,655  43,677 
Fuel (m³)  169,897  208,945  213,302  219,175  204,444 
Paraxylene  31,326  41,801  34,541  31,543  44,630 
Orthoxylene  16,174  21,656  17,667  18,346  24,458 
Butene 1  20,690  18,932  15,562  11,783  10,910 
ETBE  72,052  76,373  74,181  61,636  71,525 
Mixed Xylene  22,279  20,117  25,843  27,316  19,694 
Cumene  71,379  83,561  72,708  67,882  63,697 
GLP  9,988  4,620  7,668  10,760  11,170 
Aromatic Residue  37,529  42,051  41,816  31,231  31,838 
 
International Business           
PP  194,921  187,577  198,008  429,678  438,997 

 

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EXHIBIT VII
Sales Volume - Domestic Market Main products
 
 
Domestic Market - Sales Volume
CONSOLIDATED
tons  1Q11  2Q11  3Q11  4Q11  1Q12 
 
Polyolefins           

PE's 

366,310  371,823  418,298  368,502  407,701 

PP 

290,071  272,456  303,560  283,727  307,476 
Vinyls           

PVC 

106,435  119,742  135,350  122,468  131,017 

Caustic Soda 

90,331  96,849  112,447  115,370  113,673 

Chlorine 

11,076  11,096  12,269  12,114  12,939 
 
Basic Petrochemicals           

Ethylene 

122,464  124,022  121,969  122,833  136,402 

Propylene 

52,307  57,107  53,249  55,035  60,943 

Benzene 

107,934  103,569  112,462  96,880  109,729 

Butadiene 

62,239  68,659  68,153  53,864  57,903 

Toluene 

22,504  23,797  28,148  29,240  32,797 

Fuel (M3) 

223,792  212,659  201,803  224,284  172,452 

Orthoxylene 

16,354  19,410  17,805  18,473  23,196 

Mixed Xylene 

18,754  17,992  21,238  25,042  24,785 

Cumene 

75,027  76,153  76,066  63,629  67,042 

Isobutene 

2,600  3,658  3,647  2,096  2,364 

GLP 

9,788  5,548  7,385  12,048  13,242 

Aromatic Residue 

31,143  50,750  44,062  35,522  45,195 

 

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EXHIBIT VIII

Sales Volume - Export Market Main products and International Business

Export Market - Sales Volume
CONSOLIDATED
tons  1Q11  2Q11  3Q11  4Q11  1Q12 
Polyolefins           

PE's 

192,403  221,140  260,168  208,051  230,155 

PP 

102,980  89,160  129,319  100,189  101,740 
Vinyls           

PVC 

144  48  120  120  216 

Caustic Soda 

-  -  -  -  - 

EDC 

10,800  -  -  12,791  - 
 
Basic Petrochemicals Unit           

Propylene 

33,084  43,965  43,478  35,062  46,216 

Benzene 

44,653  52,256  44,254  43,015  36,404 

Butadiene 

10,058  10,122  17,350  21,097  15,699 

Toluene 

14,960  6,889  27,700  15,095  9,239 

Fuel (M3) 

-  8,409  4,174  6,018  15,393 

Paraxylene 

30,396  33,459  38,144  36,419  36,572 

Butene 1 

5,025  8,173  4,353  2,005  1,009 

ETBE 

81,097  60,955  82,966  71,907  62,838 

Mixed Xylene 

1,341  265  2,753  398  239 

Isobutene 

2,823  2,192  2,447  1,303  3,292 
 
 
International Business           

PP 

199,518  184,744  206,387  426,174  428,042 

 

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EXHIBIT IX:
Consolidated Net Revenue
 
Net Revenue by Segment
Million of R$  1Q11  2Q11  3Q11  4Q11  1Q12 
 
Polyolefins           
Domestic Market  2,297  2,319  2,397  2,181  2,334 
Export Market  810  857  1,033  838  882 
 
Vinyls           
Domestic Market  377  442  442  408  439 
Export Market  8  0  0  5  1 
 
Basic Petrochemicals           
Domestic Market           

Ethylene/Propylene 

422  499  440  454  496 

Butadiene 

229  343  426  259  283 

Cumene 

161  188  185  157  142 

BTX 

281  298  301  284  343 

Others 

341  382  366  402  380 
Export Market           

Ethylene/Propylene 

86  127  129  81  121 

Butadiene 

37  53  111  89  99 

BTX 

209  201  230  210  212 

Others 

182  191  226  181  190 
 
International Business  653  735  722  1,319  1,354 
 
Resale*           
Domestic Market  -  2  11  -  - 
Export Market  908  1,216  1,162  1,058  653 
 
Quantiq*  174  204  192  205  193 
 
Others  214  310  314  581  112 
Total  7,388  8,368  8,686  8,710  8,232 
*Naphtha, condensate and crude oil         

 

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EXHIBIT X
Results by Segment
(R$ million)
 
 
Results by Business Segment - YTD 2012
Segments
R$ MM  Basic
Petrochemicals
Polyolefins  Vinyls  International
Business
Total reportable
segments
Others
/Adjustments
Braskem consolidated
Sales Net Revenues  5,652  3,267  450  1,301  10,670  (2,438)  8,232 
Cost of Goods Sold  (5,288)  (3,114)  (445)  (1,212)  (10,059)  2,460  (7,600) 
Operating Expenses  (113)  (223)  (30)  (49)  (414)  96  (318) 
Operating Profit  251  (69)  (25)  40  196  118  315 
 
Results by Business Segment - YTD 2011
Segments
R$ MM  Basic
Petrochemicals
Polyolefins  Vinyls 

International
Business

Total reportable
segments
Others
/Adjustments
Braskem consolidated
Sales Net Revenues  5,087  3,074  397  653  9,211  (1,823)  7,388 
Cost of Goods Sold  (4,540)  (2,634)  (385)  (579)  (8,137)  1,747  (6,390) 
Operating Expenses  (143)  (203)  (39)  (37)  (422)  (70)  (492) 
Operating Profit  404  238  (27)  37  652  (146)  506 

 

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SIGNATURES

        Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.

Date: May 10, 2012
  BRASKEM S.A.
 
 
  By:      /s/      Marcela Aparecida Drehmer Andrade
 
    Name: Marcela Aparecida Drehmer Andrade
    Title: Chief Financial Officer

 

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