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Asamblea General Extraordinaria (AGE) — MANUAL PARA LA PARTICIPACIÓN DE LOS ACCIONISTAS 31 de Enero de 2017

ÍNDICE Invitación

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Edicto de Convocatoria

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Manual de cómo votar a través del sistema online Petición Pública de Poder

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Deliberación de las siguientes cuestiones en la Asamblea General Extraordinaria(AGE) I. Venta para la Companhia Ultragaz S.A., sociedad absorbida de la Ultrapar Participações S.A., de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - PETROBRAS en la Liquigás Distribuidora S.A.

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Anexo I – Fairness Opinion – Itaú

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Anexo II – Fairness Opinion - Crédit Agricole

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Anexo III – Valuation – Crédit Agricole

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II. Venta para el GRUPO PETROTEMEX, S.A. DE C.V. (“GRUPO PETROTEMEX”) y para DAK AMERICAS EXTERIOR, S.L (“DAK”), sociedad absorbidas de Alpek, S.A.B. de C.V. (“Alpek”), de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – PETROBRAS en las sociedades Companhia Petroquímica de Pernambuco (“PetroquímicaSuape”) y en la Companhia Integrada Têxtil de Pernambuco (“CITEPE”) 66 Anexo I – Fairness Opinion - Crédit Agricole

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Anexo II – Fairness Opinion - Evercore

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Anexo III – Valuation – Evercore

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CONVITE

Fecha: 31 de enero de 2017 Horário: 15hs Local: Auditorio de la sede de la Compañía, Avenida República do Chile 65, 1º andar, en la ciudad de Río de Janeiro (RJ)

Asamblea General Extraordinaria

Cuestiones:

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Propuesta de aprobación de la venta de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - PETROBRAS en la Liquigás Distribuidora S.A. à Companhia Ultragaz S.A., sociedad absorbida de la Ultrapar Participações S.A; y

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Propuesta de aprobación de la venta de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – PETROBRAS en la Petroquímica Suape y en la CITEPE, para el GRUPO PETROTEMEX, S.A. DE C.V. (“GRUPO PETROTEMEX”) y la DAK AMERICAS EXTERIOR, S.L (“DAK”), sociedad absorbidas de la Alpek, S.A.B. de C.V. (“Alpek”),

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ASAMBLEA GENERAL EXTRAORDINARIA EDICTO DE CONVOCATORIA El Consejo de Administración de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras convoca a los accionistas de la Compañía a reunirse en Asamblea General Extraordinaria, el 31 de enero de 2017, a las 15:00, en el auditorio del Edificio Sede, en la Avenida República do Chile 65, 1º andar (piso), en la ciudad de Río de Janeiro (RJ), con el fin de deliberar sobre lo siguiente:

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Propuesta de aprobación de la venta de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. - PETROBRAS en la Liquigás Distribuidora S.A. à Companhia Ultragaz S.A., sociedad absorbida de la Ultrapar Participações S.A., por el valor de R$ 2.665.569.000,00 (dos mil milliones, seiscientos sesenta y cinco millones quinientos sesenta y nueve mil reales), y;

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Propuesta de aprobación de la venta de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – PETROBRAS en la Petroquímica Suape y en la CITEPE, para el GRUPO PETROTEMEX, S.A. DE C.V. (“GRUPO PETROTEMEX”) y la DAK AMERICAS EXTERIOR, S.L (“DAK”), sociedad absorbidas de la Alpek, S.A.B. de C.V. (“Alpek”), por el valor, en reales, equivalente a US$ 385,000,000.00 (tres ciento ochenta y cinco millones de dólares), corregidas por la variación acumulada positiva de la tasa de inflación de Estados Unidos para el período comprendido entre la fecha (31/12/2015) y la fecha de cierre de la transacción, utilizando el tipo de cambio de 3 días hábiles antes de la fecha de cierre de la transacción .

Quien esté presente en la Asamblea deberá probar su condición de accionista, según los términos del artículo 126 de la Ley 6.404, del 15/12/1976. Si el accionista desea ser representado, deberá cumplir los preceptos del párrafo 1º del artículo 126 de la mencionada Ley y del artículo 13 del Estatuto Social de Petrobras, exhibiendo los siguientes documentos: i) Documento de identidad del representante; ii) Poder con facultades especiales del representado con firma reconocida en notaría (original o copia compulsada); iii) Copia del contrato/estatuto social del representado o del reglamento del fondo, si aplicable; iv) Copia del término de posesión o de documento equivalente que compruebe las facultades del otorgante del poder, si aplicable. 3

Se solicita que los accionistas representados por poderes depositen, con antelación mínima de tres días hábiles, los documentos antes enumerados en la sala 1002 (Atención al Accionista) del Edificio Sede. Para aquellos que presentarán la documentación el día de la Asamblea, la Compañía informa que estará apta a recibirla desde las 11 a.m., en el lugar donde las reuniones serán realizadas. El ejercicio del derecho a voto en el caso de préstamo de acciones quedará a cargo del prestatario, excepto si el contrato firmado entre las partes lo disponga de manera diferente. Además, los accionistas también pueden optar por votar en las materias constantes en este Edicto mediante la utilización del pedido público de poder, conforme a la Instrucción CVM 481, del 17 de diciembre de 2009 La recepción de los poderes electrónicos se dará por medio de la dirección electrónica de la Compañía (http://www.petrobras.com.br/ri) a partir de principios de enero de 2017. La Compañía informa que no adoptó el boletín de voto a distancia de que trata la Instrucción CVM 561 del 7 de abril de 2015, teniendo en cuenta su no-obligatoriedad para el asunto que será deliberado en esta AGE, de conformidad con el artículo 21-A §2 de dicha Instrucción. Se encuentra a disposición de los accionistas, en la sala 1002 (Atención al Accionista) del Edificio Sede de la Compañía, y en las direcciones electrónicas de la Compañía (http://www.petrobras.com.br/ri) y de la Comissão de Valores Mobiliários – CVM (http://www.cvm.gov.br), toda la documentación pertinente a las materias que serán deliberadas en estas Asambleas Generales Extraordinaria y Ordinaria, según los términos de la Instrucción CVM 481, del 17 de diciembre de 2009. Rio de Janeiro, 29 de diciembre de 2016.

Durval José Soledade Santos Presidente del Consejo de Administración en ejercicio

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MANUAL DE CÓMO VOTAR POR EL SISTEMA EN LÍNEA Paso 1 – Solicitar contraseña para validación del accionista a) Ingrese a la dirección http://petrobras.infoinvest.com.br/assembleias/31-01-2017, haga clic en "Haga clic aquí para solicitar el envío de la contraseña" y llene los datos del formulario para recibir por correo la contraseña de validación del voto a distancia. b) Se envía un correo electrónico para el solicitante de la contraseña con el identificador de cada fondo. c) El accionista recibirá en la dirección que consta en el registro el documento informando la contraseña para la votación a distancia. Asegúrese de que su registro se actualice. Paso 2 – Enviar documentos de identificación del accionista Todos los documentos se deben presentar en un único sobre y deben ser recibidos hasta el día 23 de enero de 2017 en la dirección indicada abajo: Donnelley Financial Solutions Rua Dom Gerardo 46, 4º andar CEP [código postal] 20090-030 Rio de Janeiro, RJ Los documentos para identificación del accionista son los siguientes: a) Persona física • copia legalizada del CPF; • copia legalizada de la identidad (RG, CNH [Licencia Nacional de Conducir] o pasaporte); • copia legalizada del comprobante de residencia; • poder con firma reconocida en notaría para la entrega de los poderes de voto a los procuradores presentes en la asamblea. b) Persona jurídica • copia legalizada de la tarjeta del CNPJ; • copia legalizada del estatuto social o reglamento; • documentos de identificación de la persona física que posee poderes de representación del CNPJ (de acuerdo con la lista de documentos para Persona Física mencionados anteriormente); • copia legalizada de los documentos que comprueban poderes de representación de la persona física en cuestión (estatuto social o poder de otorga emitido por el representante legal del CNPJ). 5

Paso 3 – Votar en la asamblea por la plataforma Para ejercer su derecho de voto, ingrese a http://petrobras.infoinvest.com.br/assembleias/31-01-2017 y haga clic en la opción "Haga clic para votar". Para cada uno de los fondos, será necesario informar en la pantalla de inicio de sesión el CPF/CNPJ (se necesita puntuación), el identificador del fondo (informado por correo electrónico) y la contraseña (enviada por carta). La votación podrá ser efectuada entre los días 13 y 30 de enero de 2017. El accionista recibirá el comprobante de su voto por correo electrónico.

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PEDIDO PÚBLICO DE PODERES

Rio de Janeiro, 29 de diciembre de 2016, Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras invita a sus accionistas a participar en la Asamblea General Extraordinaria, que se realizará el 31 de diciembre de 2016, a las 15 horas, a fin de deliberar acerca de la materia que consta en el Edicto de Convocatoria. Con el objetivo de facilitar e incentivar la participación de los accionistas con derecho a voto, la Compañía pone a disposición a través de la red mundial de computadoras la posibilidad de que los accionistas voten las materias constantes en el Edicto de Convocatoria, por intermedio de la utilización del pedido público de poder, según la Instrucción CVM nº 481 establecida el 17 de diciembre de 2009. El voto electrónico se dará por medio de plataforma para votación En línea, a través de la dirección http://petrobras.infoinvest.com.br/assembleias/31-01-2017. Para ello, es necesario que los accionistas soliciten tan pronto como les sea posible la contraseña de validación del voto a distancia. La intención de voto por parte del accionista deberá enviarse a través del sistema entre los días 13 y 30 de enero de 2017. La participación electrónica en la Asamblea General Extraordinaria no está disponible para nuestros poseedores de ADR. Consulte el ítem “Manual de cómo votar por el Sistema En línea”, conforme consta en este Manual para la Participación de Accionistas. Con esta alternativa, Petrobras busca fortalecer su compromiso de adoptar las mejores prácticas de Gobierno Corporativo y de transparencia.

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ASAMBLEA GENERAL EXTRAORDINARIA EXPOSICIÓN A LOS ACCIONISTAS

ÍTEM I

Venta, para la Companhia Ultragaz S.A., sociedad absorbida de la Ultrapar Participações S.A., de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – PETROBRAS en Liquigás Distribuidora S.A.

En conformidad con comunicado por la Compañía el 17 de noviembre de 2016, el Consejo de Administración ("CA"), en reunión realizada en aquella fecha, aprobó la convocatoria de Asamblea General Extraordinaria de PETROBRAS para deliberar sobre la venta de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – PETROBRAS en la Liquigás Distribuidora S.A. para la Companhia Ultragaz S.A. (“Ultragaz”) por el monto de R $ 2,666 mil millones de dólares. Liquigás es una sociedad absorbida de PETROBRAS y actúa en el embotellamiento, distribución y comercialización de gas licuado de petróleo ("GLP"). La compañía está presente en casi todos los estados brasileños y cuenta con 23 centros operativos, 19 almacenes, una base de almacenamiento y carga por carretera y ferrocarril y una red de aproximadamente 4800 distribuidores autorizados. El Plan de Negocios y Gestión (“PNG”) 2015-2019, aprobado por el CA el 26 de junio de 2015 tenía como objetivos fundamentales el desapalancamiento de la Compañía y la generación de valor para los accionistas, previendo un importe de desinversiones para el periodo entre 2015 y 2016 de US$ 15,1 mil millones. El Plan Estratégico y PNG 2017-2021, aprobado el 19 de septiembre de 2016 por el CA prevé una meta de desinversiones de US$ 19,5 mil millones para el bienio 20172018. Este importe es complementario a la meta del bienio 2015-2016. Además, el Plan Estratégico y el PNG 2017-2021 han definido como una de sus estrategias de optimización de portafolio de negocios la salida integral de la distribución de GLP.

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La venta de la participación integral de PETROBRAS en Liquigás, por lo tanto, posee adherencia estratégica con el Plan Estratégico y el PNG 2017-2021. Proceso de venta PETROBRAS estructuró un procedimiento de venta que contó con la participación de inversores estratégicos del segmento de GLP, inversores estratégicos del segmento de Gas Natural e inversores financieros. De las 46 empresas que recibieron el teaser, 19 firmaron el acuerdo de confidencialidad para proseguir en el proceso y recepción del memorándum con informaciones detalladas del activo en venta (Information Memorandum), lo cual contiene aspectos como proyecciones financieras y análisis sectorial. Después de la recepción de las ofertas no vinculantes, 6 (seis) empresas se clasificaron para la siguiente etapa y se las invitó a realizar due diligence, y ofrecer las ofertas vinculantes junto con las alteraciones propuestas en la minuta estándar del Contrato de Compra y Venta de Acciones (“CCVA”). Al final del proceso de due diligence, se recibieron 3 (tres) ofertas vinculantes, con diferentes condiciones comerciales, donde la de Ultragaz, de mejor precio y mejores condiciones contractuales, fue considerada más ventajosa para Petrobras. Firma del CCVA Una vez finalizado el proceso de negociación con Ultragaz, y luego del proceso interno de aprobación de la operación por la Dirección Ejecutiva y el Consejo de Administración de PETROBRAS, PETROBRAS y Ultragaz, firmaron el 17 de noviembre de 2016, el Contrato de Compraventa de Acciones y otros Convenios ("CCVA"), en la calidad de Vendedora y Compradora; y Liquigás y Ultrapar, en la calidad de intervinientes, con cláusula de condiciones suspensivas imponiendo, entre otras, la condición suspensiva de posterior aprobación por las autoridades societarias competentes de ambas partes ("Asamblea General Extraordinaria" o "AGE") y la aprobación de la Operación por el Consejo Administrativo de Defensa Económica ("CADE"). Precio de Adquisición . El precio de adquisición es de R$ 2.665.569.000,00 (dos mil millones seiscientos y sesenta y cinco millones, quinientos y sesenta y nueve mil reales) ("Precio de Adquisición Base"), el cual se ajustará por la variación de la tasa diaria promedio ofrecida para depósitos interbancarios de 1 (un) día calculada y divulgada 9

diariamente por la Central de Custodia y Liquidación de Valores Financieros CETIP y expresada como un porcentaje por año (para un año de 252 días útiles) ("CDI") entre la fecha de la firma del CCVA y la fecha de cierre de Operación ("Fecha de Cierre" y "Precio de Compra"). Dicho Precio de Adquisición Base corresponde a un enterprise value (valor de la empresa) de R$ 2.800.000.000,00 (dos mil millones ochocientos millones de reales), más el valor referente al Terreno de Osasco (que podrá ser excluido del negocio hasta la Fecha de Cierre) y deducida la deuda líquida de Liquigás en el 31 de diciembre de 2015, por un monto de R$ 196.031.000,00 (ciento noventa y seis millones y treinta y un mil reales). Ajustes al Precio de Adquisición El Precio de Adquisición está sujeto a ajustes, para más o para menos, debido a los cambios de capital circulante y de posición neta de deuda de Liquigás entre el 31 de diciembre de 2015 y la Fecha de Cierre, que se calculará después de dicha Fecha de Cierre. Condiciones suspensivas y resolutorias. La consumación de la Operación está sujeta a ciertas condiciones suspensivas usuales en negocios de esa naturaleza, de entre las cuales se destacan (i) la aprobación del CADE: (ii) la aprobación por la AGE de accionistas de Ultrapar, bajo los términos del art. 256 de la Ley N.° 6.404/76; y (iii) la aprobación por la AGE de accionistas de PETROBRAS bajo los términos de su Estatuto Social. Resumen de las declaraciones y garantías prestadas por PETROBRAS Las declaraciones y garantías prestadas por PETROBRAS son (i) constitución y existencia de PETROBRAS y de Liquigás bajo los términos de la ley brasileña; (ii) capacidad de PETROBRAS y de Liquigás para celebrar el CCVA, cumplir las obligaciones asumidas en él y consumar la operación prevista en el mismo; (iii) ausencia de violación de la ley, de los documentos societarios de PETROBRAS o de Liquigás, debido a la celebración del CCVA: (iv) titularidad de las acciones objeto de la Compra por PETROBRAS y ausencia de gravámenes; (v) conformidad y adecuación de las demostraciones financieras de Liquigás en el 31 de diciembre de 2015 y de sus libros de contabilidad y registros fiscales con los principios contables brasileños y la ley aplicable; (vi) conducción de los negocios de Liquigás en su curso normal desde el día 31 de diciembre de 2015 hasta la fecha de celebración del CCVA; (vii) ausencia de procesos relevantes (según lo definido en el CCVA) involucrando a Liquigás; (viii) propiedad o posesión, por Liquigás, de los activos necesarios para la continuidad del curso normal de sus negocios, libre de gravámenes: (ix) mantenimiento de pólizas de seguro en una cantidad apropiada por Liquigás; (x) aspectos fiscales; (xi) aspectos laborales; (xii) aspectos 10

anticorrupción; (xiii) aspectos de competencia; (xiv) propiedad intelectual de propiedad de Liquigás o que sea usada por ella; (xv) cumplimiento de las leyes por Liquigás; (xvi) ausencia de terceros que tengan derecho a recibir el pago en consecuencia de la Compra (Excepto por el asesor financiero de PETROBRAS, cuya comisión será pagada por PETROBRAS); y (xvii) ausencia de pagos o bonificaciones respecto a la compra (incluyendo empleados y administradores de Liquigás). Resumen de las declaraciones y garantías prestadas por Ultragaz Las declaraciones y garantías prestadas por Ultragaz son (i) constitución y existencia de la compradora bajo los términos de la ley brasileña; (ii) capacidad de Ultragaz para celebrar el CCVA, cumplir las obligaciones asumidas en él y consumar la operación prevista en el mismo; (iii) ausencia de violación de la ley, de los documentos societarios de Ultragaz y de cualquier instrumento celebrado por Ultragaz, debido a la celebración del CCVA; (iv) disponibilidad de recursos, propios o mediante financiamiento por institución financiera de primer orden, para cumplir las obligaciones bajo el CCVA; (v) ausencia de cualquier impuesto o comisión de corretaje, intermediación u otro honorario o comisión similar respecto a la operación, excepto por el Banco Bradesco BBI S.A.; (vi) Ultragaz tuvo acceso a las informaciones sobre Liquigás durante la fase de negociación a través de visitas técnicas, preguntas y respuestas ("Q&A") y consulta a la documentación disponible en el Data Room. Reglas sobre indemnización por PETROBRAS PETROBRAS indemnizará a Ultragaz, a Liquigás (después de la fecha de cierre de la operación), sus afiliadas y respectivos administradores por cualquier pérdida, obligación, demanda o pasivo, al igual que multas, intereses, penalidades, costos o gastos, incluyendo costos judiciales, honorarios razonables de abogados y de otros expertos ("Pérdidas"), efectiva y directamente sufridas o incurridas por tales personas como resultado: (i) de cualquier inexactitud, violación u omisión de cualquier declaración o garantía prestada por PETROBRAS en el CCV: (ii) del incumplimiento, parcial o total, de cualquier obligación, deber o acuerdo asumido por PETROBRAS en el CCV; (iii) del incumplimiento de las leyes anticorrupción en la conducción de la administración y/o negocios y actividades de Liquigás; y/o (iv) del terreno de Osasco, en caso que este haya sido vendido por Liquigás a terceros antes de la fecha de cierre de la operación. Se aplican ciertas limitaciones a la obligación de pago de indemnización, las cuales varían dependiendo de la naturaleza de la pérdida. Las pérdidas específicamente relacionadas a fraude, dolo o mala fe de PETROBRAS, al incumplimiento de las leyes anticorrupción en la condición de la administración y/o de los negocios y 11

actividades de Liquigás serán indemnizables si reivindicadas en un periodo de hasta 5 años a contar desde la fecha de cierre de la operación, limitado al valor del precio de compra. Reglas sobre indemnización por Ultragaz Ultragaz indemnizará a PETROBRAS y a Liquigás (antes de la fecha de cierre de la operación), sus afiliadas y respectivos administradores por (i) pérdidas efectiva y directamente sufridas o incurridas en consecuencia de cualquier violación u omisión de cualquier declaración o garantía prestada; (ii) incumplimiento, parcial o total, de cualquier obligación, deber o acuerdo asumido en el CCVA. Aprobaciones gubernamentales necesarias La Adquisición está sujeta a la aprobación por el CADE. Teniendo en cuenta que Liquigás alquila determinadas áreas ubicadas en terminales portuarios, la aprobación de ANTAQ también deberá ser obtenida por PETROBRAS en el ámbito del cumplimiento de las condiciones precedentes al cierre, de forma a evitar la rescisión de los respectivos contratos. Garantías otorgadas Ultragaz presentó Carta de Garantía N.° 2.076.299-3 emitida por el Banco Bradesco S.A., válida hasta el 14 de febrero de 2018, la cual está destinada a garantizar (i) el pago del Precio de Compra, (ii) el pago del ajuste al Precio de Adquisición (caso este llegue a ser debido por Ultragaz bajo los términos del CCVA) y (iii) el pago de la penalidad referida en el ítem 17 arriba (en caso llegue a ser debido por Ultragaz bajo los términos del CCVA). Inaplicabilidad del artículo 253 de la LSA Cabe señalar también que con base en el Oficio Circular/CVM/SEP/N.°02/2016 y en el art. 253 de la Ley N.° 6.404/76 es inaplicable en el presente caso, considerando el posicionamiento actual de la Comisión de Valores Mobiliarios ("CVM") sobre el tema, en el sentido de que un dispositivo de este tipo sólo se aplicaría en el caso que Liquigás se hubiera convertido en subsidiaria de propiedad total por medio de operación de incorporación de acciones, lo cual no fue el caso, ya que Liquigás pasó a integrar el Sistema PETROBRAS después de una operación de compra y venta de acciones. Acciones Judiciales y TCU

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Por último, en relación a la decisión cautelar del Tribunal de Cuentas de la Unión (TCU), de acuerdo a lo divulgado el 8 de diciembre de 2016 y a los procesos judiciales en trámite en el Poder Judicial tratando de las operaciones de desinversiones de PETROBRAS, en lo que se refiere a la venta de las acciones de Liquigás, dicha venta, hasta la fecha, no ha sido suspendida por medidas liminares judiciales requeridas en el ámbito de acciones populares y de acción civil pública, no hay ningún impedimento para PETROBRAS proceder con el cumplimiento de las condiciones suspensivas previstas en el CCVA. Existe, asimismo, la decisión TC-013-056/2016-6 proferida por la Plenaria del TCU la cual dio a PETROBRAS permiso para completar cinco negocios, además de la venta de las acciones de Liquigás, cuyos instrumentos contractuales relativos a la Operación ya habían sido firmados. Evaluaciones económicas Se realizaron evaluaciones económicas, en cumplimiento con la Sistemática para Desinversiones de Activos y Empresas del Sistema PETROBRAS, internas (visión vendedor) y externas (visión mercado). El monto final de la transacción superó los escenarios corporativos de evaluación, y se consideró razonable según las opiniones de equidad sobre las operaciones (fairness opinion) emitidas por el Itaú BBA y por el Banco Crédit Agrícole Brasil S.A. Con base en lo anterior, el Consejo de Administración de PETROBRAS somete a la elevada apreciación y deliberación de la Asamblea General la propuesta de venta de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – PETROBRAS en Liquigás Distribuidora S.A. para la Companhia Ultragaz S.A. por el monto de R $ 2,666 mil millones de reales. En anexo: Copia de Fairness Opinions y Valuation Report

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Project Laguna Valuation Memorandum

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Contents

I.

Executive Summary

II. Transaction Overview

III. Business Plan

IV. Valuation Analysis A.

Methodology

B.

Summary

C.

WACC

D.

DCF – Discounted Cash Flow

E.

Multiples

Appendices

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A.

Macroeconomic Assumptions

B.

Financial Statements

C.

WACC Parameters

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Section I

Executive Summary

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Executive Summary  Crédit Agricole CIB has been retained by Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. (“Petrobras” or “Seller”) to provide a fairness opinion regarding the disposal of 100% of Liquigás Distribuidora S.A. (“Liquigás” or the “Company”), a Brazilian Liquefied Petroleum Gas (“LPG”) distribution company: 

Petrobras performed a competitive process for the sale of 100% of Liquigás Distribuidora S.A. and is currently negotiating with the winning bidder (“Proposed Acquisition”), the oil & gas company Companhia Ultragaz S.A. (“Buyer”)

 On October 21st, 2016, Petrobras made available to us the final version of the stock purchase agreement (“SPA”) and the Binding Offer (“BO”) containing the final terms of the Proposed Acquisition, with an offer price of BRL 2,800,000,000.00 for 100% of Liquigás (the “Offer Price”) 

The Offer Price is in a cash and debt free basis, includes three minority stakes that Liquigás holds in other companies but excludes a non-operational real estate asset



The Offer Price will be adjusted by CDI interest rate between the signing of the SPA and the closing of the Proposed Acquisition

 Liquigás operates in the bottling, distribution and sale of LPG and is a leading player in the LPG distribution sector in Brazil, with presence in 23 out of 26 States and leading positions in all regions

 The present document has been prepared by Crédit Agricole CIB in order to determine the fairness for Petrobras from a financial perspective of the Offer Price

 To carry out a comprehensive valuation for Liquigás (“Valuation”), four valuation references have been selected:

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The Discounted Cash Flow (“DCF”) methodology based on Liquigás’ 2016-2030 business plan provided by Petrobras and its financial advisor



Precedent transactions multiples based on comparable transactions in the Brazilian LPG distribution industry



Comparable listed companies trading multiples of global LPG companies



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Executive Summary

 When applying the aforementioned methodologies for this specific case, it is important to notice the following: 

The DCF methodology was based in managerial information and projections provided to us by Petrobras and its financial advisor. Should those information and projections be not accurate the value of the Company could significantly change



Both trading multiple and transaction multiple valuation do not take into account specific business plans and projects of the companies, being less relevant for our analysis



The shareholders’ equity method does not capture Company’s perspectives and projections, therefore is less relevant in this specific case as well

 The base date of the Valuation is December 31st, 2015 as requested by Petrobras  The total enterprise values derived from the selected methodologies are the following, as of December 31st, 2015 : 

DCF: BRL 2,156 – 2,350 MM, representing respectively 7.5x and 8.2x 2017E Liquigás EBITDA



Trading: BRL 2,082 – 2,301 MM, representing respectively 7.3x and 8.0x 2017E Liquigás EBITDA



Transaction: BRL 2,259 – 2,497 MM, representing respectively 7.9x and 8.7x 2017E Liquigás EBITDA



Shareholders’ Equity Method: BRL 1,057 MM, representing 4.0x 2017E Liquigás EBITDA

 Our Valuation does not address the merits of the underlying decision by Petrobras to enter into any agreement regarding the Company, neither shall be deemed to be an assurance or guarantee as to the expected results of the Proposed Acquisition, and does not constitute an opinion or recommendation to any shareholders’ meetings to be held in connection with this Proposed Acquisition

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Section II

Transaction Overview

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Transaction Overview Envisaged Transaction

Company Description

Geographic Footprint

 Liquigás operates in the bottling, distribution and sale of LPG, operating in two RR

business segments: bottled and bulk

 Liquigás is a leading player in the LPG distribution sector in Brazil, with presence in

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23 of 26 States and leading positions in all regions AC

 #1 player in the bottled market (served through 13kg bottles), with 24% market

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 The Company benefits from a network of more than 4,900 branded distributors,

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which serve over 35 million residential customers per month Bottling Plants (26) Storage Facilities (20)

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Transaction Description

 Petrobras is negotiating the sale of 100% of Liquigás Distribuidora S.A. to the oil & gas company Companhia Ultragaz S.A. Current Shareholders Structure

Post Acquisition Shareholders Structure

100%

100%

Proposed Acquisition

Proposed Acquisition Perimeter Source: Company and Petrobras

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Transaction Overview Brazilian LPG Industry Model

PRODUCERS

Petrobras Refineries1: 12

DISTRIBUTORS

SALES CHANNELS

END USERS

Total of 19 distributors

RESELLERS

Domestic User (Bottled)

Leading Players Market Share4

Private Refineries2: 1

1st

23.1%

Plants3:

2nd

22.6%

3rd

20.4%

Petrochemical

3

END USERS Large commercial and residential consumers (Bulk)

Producers Importers

 Industry is structured in producers, distributors and sales channels to get to the end users  Liquigás has its own primary logistics infrastructure, with direct access to primary sourcing of LPG  Bottled LPG is transported from the bottling plants to the distributors’ premises

 Bulk LPG is usually supplied directly from the bottling plants to end users  The client profile includes households, industrial clients, commercial facilities, industries and farms Notes: 1. Replan, Rlam, Revap, Reduc, Repar, Refap, RPBC, Regap, RNEST, Recap, Reman and Lubnor 2. Riograndense 3. Braskem, Copesul and Quattor 4. As of 2015

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Market Segments - LPG distribution operates under “Bottled” and “Bulk” market segments in Brazil

Product / Supply

Client Profile

Market Volume (mm tons) – 2015

Market Historical Growth

Bottled

Bulk

DOMESTIC

INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL

 Cylinders of 5kg, 8kg, 13kg and 45kg (typically 13kg)

 Households

 Cylinders of 20kg, 45kg and 90kg

 Industrial companies, commercial areas and lifts

 5.26 (72% of total)1

 2.04 (28% of total)

 CAGR 2007-15: 1%1

 CAGR 2007-15: 2%

 The most common way of promoting the product is through 13kg bottles (popularly called cooking gas) targeting domestic use

 LPG is the most versatile form of energy for cooking food and Considerations

heating water, being the second most used energy source by the country’s commercial sectors

 Branded distributors are the most common distribution channel to sell the product to end users

 Tanks and pipelines

 Industrial companies, households, commercial facilities, industries, farms and transportation

 The bulk market is characterized by the distribution of LPG through tanker trucks and also customized to the needs of each client

 Unlike the distribution of gas for domestic use (bottled) in which there is an exchange of the container, the distribution of the bulk gas is performed on site, wherein the container can be stationary (fixed) or transportable and receives the LPG in liquid form

Notes: 1. Considers P13kg and equivalents

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Source: ANP

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Section III

Business Plan

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Business Plan Main assumptions and methodology

 Liquigás Business Plan provided by Petrobras for the period comprised between 2016 and 2030 including but not limited to the following documents available in the virtual data room (“VDR”):

 dados_itau.xlsx  Projeto Laguna_Relatório Final_Rev_DIP CONTROLADORIA_DN 7_2016.pdf  Audited Financial Statements (income statement and balance sheet) of Liquigás available in the VDR as of October 24th, 2016 for 2015, 2014 and 2013 Main Documents and Assumptions used in Valuation

 Trial balances (income statement and balance sheet) of Liquigás available in the VDR as of October 24th, 2016  Information Memorandum available in the VDR as of October 24th, 2016  Management Presentation available in the VDR as of October 24th, 2016  Share Purchase Agreement available in the VDR as of October 24th, 2016, including Exhibit 4.1 for the price adjustment mechanics

 Q&A exchanged with Petrobras and Liquigás  Petrobras LPG supply contract and its amendments available in the VDR, as of October 24th, 2016

 Market inflation assumptions based on Brazilian Central Bank Focus Report (“Focus Report”), as of October 14th, 2016

 All the operational assumptions from 2016-2030 were based on information from Liquigás provided to us by Petrobras, including the Company business plan and management main thoughts on Liquigás expectations. Other Relevant Information

 Additionally, CA-CIB team had conference calls with Petrobras and Liquigás management to understand key points of the recent developments and expectations of Liquigás performance

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Business Plan Main assumptions and methodology

 The company business plan has been provided by Petrobras for the 2016-2030 period

 Projections were forecasted considering Liquigás Business Plan for 2016-2030 period General

 Projections of Liquigás are in real terms, we applied market consensus inflation projections (Focus Report) in order to convert it to nominal terms

 Projections don’t consider any synergies

 Sales Volume was forecasted individually by each market segment: Bottled and Bulk Sales

 Volumes were forecasted according to Liquigás management expectations of market growth and market share for each segment

Volume

 Liquigás management expects a growth in the market share for the 2016-2030 period due to its brand recognition. According to a survey made in 2014, Liquigás brand is “Top of Mind” in LPG segment Sales

 LPG Prices were estimated by Liquigás management for Bottled and Bulk market segments LPG

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 Prices were estimated based on three factors:

Sale



Commodity Price: Price of LPG acquired by Liquigás from Petrobras

Prices



Freight Costs: Costs of the transportation of the LPG



Margin: Margin applied by Liquigás over its variable costs

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Business Plan Main assumptions and methodology

 Costs were estimated based on Liquigás business plan for 2016-2030 commodity prices and freight costs Costs

 LPG commodity prices are freely defined by Petrobras and were projected constant by Liquigás Management

 SG&A estimates were based on Liquigás business plan Costs &

SG&A

Expenses

 Liquigás Business Plan assumes a constant workforce in the projections with a real wage increase of around 1.0% annually

Taxes

 Corporate taxes were forecasted according to Brazilian current corporate law and Liquigás Audited Financial Statements, including the amortization of deferred fiscal assets and liabilities and interest on capital

 Capex was projected according to Liquigás business plan for the 2016-2030 period Capex

 Most of the capex is related to the refurbishment of operating units and bottles replacement Free Cash Flow Items

 Working Capital assumptions were based on historical levels, according to the main drivers below: Working



Receivables: estimated as days of revenues



Inventory: estimated as days of cash COGS



Suppliers: estimated as days of cash COGS



Taxes: estimated as days of revenues

Capital

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Business Plan Projections Summary: Volumes and Market Share  Gas Sale Volume was estimated by the management based on Bulk and Bottled expected market share  Bulk volume is expected to increase more than Bottled (CAGR of 2.2% vs 0.7%, respectively) within the 2016-2030 period due to a higher increase in market share and market volumes Gas Sale Volume (000 m3 / year) 3,503

3,537

3,230

3,465

3,184

3,431

3,139

3,396

3,095

3,355

3,021

3,057

3,320

3,006

3,273

3,001

791

813

834

861

947

1,002

769

976

749

925

721

735

903

717

879

724

2,277

2,289

2,300

2,322

2,346

2,370

2,393

2,417

2,439

2,459

2,477

2,493

2,506

2,518

2,527

2,535

2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

Bottled

Bulk

Market Volumes and Liquigás’ Market Share (000 m3 / year) 23.8%

24.0%

24.1%

24.2%

24.3%

24.5%

24.6%

24.7%

24.8%

25.0%

25.1%

25.2%

25.3%

25.5%

25.6%

25.7%

20.6%

20.7%

19.3%

20.4%

21.5%

20.3%

21.3%

20.1%

21.2%

19.8%

19.9%

21.0%

19.7%

19.7%

20.9%

19.6%

3,759

3,655

3,667

3,721

3,780

3,860

3,940

4,013

4,084

4,185

4,242

4,328

4,403

4,478

4,578

4,666

9,556

9,530

9,541

9,586

9,634

9,683

9,733

9,781

9,820

9,851

9,872

9,887

9,889

9,886

9,875

9,856

2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

Bottled Market Volume

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Liquigás Bottled Mkt Share

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Business Plan Projections Summary: Prices and Revenues

 Bottled prices are expected to remain constant in real terms during the projected period and Bulk prices are expected to have a slightly real increase  Net Revenues are projected to increase above inflation mainly due to market share gains Net prices (BRL / m3)

1,577

1,669

1,748

1,829

1,915

2,003

2,096

2,748

2,875

3,008

2,294

2,511

2,192

2,400

2,627

1,898

1,980

2,156

1,818

2,066

1,743

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

1,187 1,470

1,600

1,293

1,533

1,238

1,349

1,067

1,179

1,408

1,670

2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

Bottled Prices

Bulk Prices

Net Revenues (BRL MM)

3,288 860

4,536

4,810

5,411

5,731

5,102

1,828

1,975

2,109

6,800

7,185

2,603

2,267

2,430

8,027

2,805

8,479

3,013

3,831

4,050

4,287

1,203

1,371

1,584

1,132

1,284

1,473

1,704

4,316

5,467

4,106

5,222

3,903

4,985

3,517

3,707

4,755

3,337

4,532

3,165

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

2,429

2,699

2,847

3,003

2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

Bottled Revenues

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Business Plan Projections Summary: COGS

 COGS per m³ of both segments are expected to remain constant in real terms over the 2016-2030 period  The growth in the total costs is caused by volume increase and inflation COGS of Bottled LPG Segment (BRL MM)

1,597

2015A

2,057

2,168

2,669

2,805

2,946

3,090

2,285

2,409

2,536 141

148

155

163

171

3,241 180

3,395 188

3,554 197

1,723

1,850

1,951

114

127

97

103

108

120

134

1,625

1,748

1,843

1,942

2,048

2,158

2,275

2,396

2,521

2,649

2,783

2,919

3,061

3,207

3,357

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

Bottled Commodity Prices

Bottled Freight

COGS of Bulk LPG Segment (BRL MM)

781

621

2015A

839

893

1,173

1,255

951

1,019

1,093 31

33

35

1,440

38

41

1,545

1,652 46

43

50

1,897 53

2,032 57

22

24

25

27

29

758

816

868

924

990

1,062

1,140

1,220

1,315

1,400

1,502

1,605

1,715

1,844

1,975

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

Bulk Commodity Prices

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Business Plan Projections Summary: SG&A and EBITDA  Liquigás SG&A’s most significant items are personnel expenses and freight. Personnel expenses were projected considering a flat workforce and a real wage increase of around 1%

 Others expenses are formed by advertisement, water, electric energy, fuel, lubricants and tax expenses  Liquigás EBITDA margin is expected to increase throughout the projection period due to an increase in Bulk segment gross margins SG&A (BRL MM)

1,124

1,669

1,747

1,834

1,921 282

2,048 303

2,156 317

1,327

1,404

1,477

1,569

259

219

233

249

271

686

782

657

741

628

1,188

1,248

197

208

1,016

1,074

166

176

467

561

415

497

391

435

523

603

152 357

160 377

184

736

816

1,057

663

698

1,004

597

629

953

566

905

537

860

507

775

428 2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

8.3%

8.5%

8.7%

8.6%

8.7%

662

688

2028E

2029E

864 144 292

Personnel Expenses

Freight, Services and Rent

Others

8.1%

7.9%

EBITDA (BRL MM) 8.1% 7.1%

6.5%

7.4%

7.5%

312

287

319

341

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

7.8%

7.8%

7.9%

375

397

426

2020E

2021E

2022E

8.1%

462

491

510

2023E

2024E

2025E

562

609

737

214

2015A

EBITDA

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2026E

2027E

EBITDA margin

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Business Plan Projections Summary: CAPEX and Working Capital  Capex was projected by the management aligned with Company’s growth strategy. Most relevant investments for Liquigás are: refurbishment of operating units, replacement of bottles and growth capex

 Liquigás main working capital requirements are clients receivables and taxes receivables CAPEX (BRL MM) 4.1% 2.6%

3.1%

2.6%

3.0%

2.9%

3.2%

3.3%

3.1%

3.1%

2.8%

2.8%

2.6%

2.5%

2.7% 1.7% 216

165 135

124

113

2017E

2018E

100

2015A

2016E

135

139

2019E

2020E

2021E

179

180

189

182

192

189

188

147

2022E CAPEX

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

4.2%

4.2%

4.2%

4.2%

4.2%

4.2%

318

336

2028E

2029E

% of net revenues

Working Capital (BRL MM) 4.6%

4.2%

4.2%

4.2%

4.2%

4.2%

4.2%

4.2%

213

161

179

189

151

169

201

226

2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

Working capital

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4.2%

4.2%

254

285

240

269

301

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

% of net revenues

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355

2030E

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Valuation Analysis A. B. C. D. E.

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Valuation Analysis Methodology

Methodology 1

Description / assumptions

Relevance

 The DCF method, which reflects the intrinsic value of the company, was used to value Liquigás, as we

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believe it to be the most relevant method

 The DCF model was based on Liquigás business plan without synergies Discounted Cash Flows

 Sensitivities run on WACC and perpetuity growth rate

 WACC calculated at 12.55% in nominal terms (in BRL) and perpetual growth rate is estimated at 0.0% (real terms) or 4.4% (nominal terms)

 15 year discount period from 2016 to 2030  This method allows a direct comparison between the valuation of a company and its listed peers

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 Peers in LPG distribution business were selected Trading multiples

 Relevant metric: EBITDA  There is no listed Brazilian LPG pure player, most of the Companies are located in other markets and also

BENCHMARK

engages in other activities affecting its multiples, therefore we consider this parameter to be less relevant in this case

3  Only transactions in the LPG Brazilian market were analyzed due to the specific characteristics of the Transaction multiples

market (high penetration, low competition of natural gas and Petrobras role as sole supplier)

 Based on the limited number of transactions in Brazil and considering undisclosed expected synergies from comparables, we consider this parameter to be less relevant

4

 Based on the company’s shareholders’ equity Book value

 This method is usually employed for companies in sectors with strong asset bases such as utilities. It does not capture profitability and future perspectives

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Valuation Analysis A. B. C. D. E.

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Valuation Analysis

Summary – Enterprise Value (as of December 31st, 2015) Liquigás Total Enterprise Value – BRL million

Comments Offer Implied EV @ BRL 2,800 MM BRL2,249MM 7.8x EBITDA 17E

1

 Based on a WACC of 12.55% BRL2,156MM 7.5x EBITDA 17E

Discounted cash flow

2

 Range based on a -0.3%/+0.3% WACC variation

BRL2,192MM 7.6x EBITDA 17E

Trading Multiples

BRL2,350MM 8.2x EBITDA 17E

BRL2,082MM 7.3x EBITDA 17E

3

 Median of Trading Comps EV/EBITDA 2017E multiples applied to EBITDA 2017E

BRL2,301MM 8.0x EBITDA 17E

 Range based on a -5%/-+5%

BRL2,378MM 8.3x EBITDA 17E

Transaction

BRL2,259MM 7.9x EBITDA 17E

4

 Median of Transaction Comps LTM EV/EBITDA multiples applied to 2015

BRL2,497MM 8.7x EBITDA 17E

 Range based on a -5%/+5%

BRL1,136MM 4.0x EBITDA 17E

 Shareholders’ Equity Value plus BRL

Book Value

Implied EV/EBITDA 2015A Implied EV/EBITDA 2016E Implied EV/EBITDA 2017E

196.0 MM of Net Debt

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BRL214MM BRL312MM BRL287MM

500

750

1000

1250

1500

1750

2000

2250

2500

2750

3000

EBITDA 16E:

2.3x

3.5x

4.7x

5.8x

7.0x

8.2x

9.4x

10.5x

11.7x

12.9x

14.0x

EBITDA 17E:

1.6x

2.4x

3.2x

4.0x

4.8x

5.6x

6.4x

7.2x

8.0x

8.8x

9.6x

1.7x

2.6x

3.5x

4.4x

5.2x

6.1x

7.0x

7.8x

8.7x

9.6x

10.5x

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Valuation Analysis

Summary – DCF Enterprise Value (as of December 31st, 2015) DCF Enterprise Value Breakdown (BRL MM)  Central value of Enterprise Value obtained with Discounted 17.7

Cash Flow analysis: BRL 2,248.9 MM  Sum of discounted cash flows represents 55.4% of total value

986.4

 Terminal value represents approximately 43.9% of total value  Associates¹ represents approximately 0.7% of total value 2,248.9

 Implied multiples of the central enterprise value of DCF are: 1,244.8

 2015A EV/EBITDA: 10.5x  2016E EV/EBITDA: 7.2x  2017E EV/EBITDA: 7.8x

( + ) NPV Cash flows

( + ) NPV Terminal Value

( + ) Associates

Total Enterprise value¹

Enterprise Value’s sensitivity based on DCF (BRL MM)  The impact of perpetuity rate variation on Firm Value, being WACC constant, is as follow:

Perpetuity rate ("g")

WACC 13.1%

12.8%

12.5%

12.2%

11.9%

3.4%

1,975

2,051

2,133

2,221

2,316

3.9%

2,020

2,101

2,188

2,282

2,383

4.4%

2,069

2,156

2,249

2,350

2,459

4.9%

2,125

2,218

2,318

2,427

2,546

5.4%

2,188

2,288

2,397

2,516

2,647

 A 0.5% change in the perpetuity rate contributes with a variation of around BRL 70 MM on Firm Value

 The impact of WACC variation on Firm Value, being perpetuity rate constant, is as follow:

 A 0.3% change in WACC contributes with a variation of approximately BRL 100 MM on Firm Value

1 – Include associates in order to compare with Offer Price EV

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Cost of Debt After Taxes

Cost of Equity

D

WACC = (USD, Nominal)

E xx

D+E

[KD x (1 - t)]

+

x

[(Rf,USA) + (PM,BRL) + (b AL) x (PE)]

D+E

WACC

=

(USD, Nominal)

9.75% WACC = (USD, Nominal)

14.3%1

xx

8.8% x (1 – 34.0%) = 5.8%

+

85.7%1

x

[2.4% + 4.1% + 0.56 x 6.9%] = 10.4% (+) INFBR

WACC (BRL, Nominal)

12.55%

Legend:

Legend:

D



Net Debt (Target

E



Equity (Target Structure)1

KD



Marginal cost of debt in USD of Liquigás estimated based on Petrobras’ bonds

t



Brazil Marginal Corporate Tax Rate (long term)

INFBR



Inflation differential BRA/USA of 2.6%

Structure)1

Rf, USA



Risk Free rate, calculated by the last 6 months average of the 30 year USA Government Bond (Source: Bloomberg, as of October 20th , 2016)²

bAL



Monthly Adjusted Industry Unlevered Beta (3-year average) of 0.50, releveraged to Target Capital Structure (Source: Thomson One, as of December 31st, 2015)¹

PM, BRL



Country Risk Premium of Brazil based on last 6 months average of 30 years bond CDS (Source: Bloomberg, as of October 20th , 2016)²

PE



Equity Risk Premium of the US market (30 years), last 6 months average (Source: Bloomberg, as of October 20th , 2016)²

Note 1. Please refer to pg. 30 Note 2. Please refer to appendix C for data details (pg. 44)

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DCF – Discounted Cash Flow

Discounted Cash Flow Free Cash Flow (BRL MM) EBITDA EBITDA Margin Depreciation & amortization EBIT EBIT Margin Tax rate ( - ) Taxes ( + ) Equity Interest (JCP) NOPLAT NOPLAT Margin Depreciation & amortization ∆ Working capital Capex Free cash flow to firm ( x ) Discount factor (WACC) NPV of free cash flow s

2021E ...2022E ...2023E

... 2024E

... 2025E

... 2026E

... 2027E

... 2028E

... 2029E

... 2030E

462 8%

491 8%

510 8%

562 8%

609 8%

662 9%

688 9%

737 9%

(71)

(79)

(88)

(96)

(104)

(113)

(122)

(131)

(139)

334 7%

355 7%

383 7%

403 7%

415 6%

458 7%

496 7%

540 7%

557 7%

598 7%

34% (100) 34

34% (114) 36

34% (121) 39

34% (130) 42

34% (137) 46

34% (141) 49

34% (156) 51

34% (169) 54

34% (184) 57

34% (189) 59

34% (203) 62

206 5%

228 5%

257 5%

274 5%

295 5%

312 5%

322 5%

354 5%

382 5%

413 5%

427 5%

457 5%

75 (10) (113) 144

77 (11) (135) 138

81 (11) (139) 159

63 (12) (165) 142

71 (13) (179) 152

79 (13) (180) 181

88 (15) (189) 196

96 (14) (182) 221

104 (16) (192) 251

113 (16) (189) 289

122 (17) (188) 330

131 (19) (216) 323

139 (19) (147) 430

0.84

0.74

0.66

0.59

0.52

0.46

0.41

0.37

0.33

0.29

0.26

0.23

0.20

0.18

Sum of FCFs

92

107

91

93

74

70

75

72

72

72

74

75

66

77

1,245

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

312 8%

287 7%

319 7%

341 8%

375 8%

397 8%

426 8%

(65)

(69)

(75)

(77)

(81)

(63)

247 6%

218 5%

244 6%

264 6%

294 6%

34% (84) 24

34% (74) 29

34% (83) 31

34% (90) 32

187 5%

172 4%

192 4%

65 (10) (100) 142

69 (7) (124) 110

0.94 134

Key Assumptions

...

Terminal Value Calculation

 Valuation as of December 31st, 2015  We have applied a Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) of 12.55%, in BRL nominal terms, to discount the cash flows

Perpetuity Cash Flow

WACC

Perpetuity Growth

Discount Factor

Terminal Value

BRL448 MM

12.55%

4.4%

0.180

BRL 986 MM

 We consider Liquigás business plan until 2030  Terminal value was calculated using a 0% perpetuity growth in real terms (4.4% in nominal terms)

 The 0% perpetuity growth assumption is based on Liquigás Management’s view  Book Value of the investments in subsidiaries of BRL 17.7 MM

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Valuation Analysis Multiples Trading Comps (as of December 31st, 2015)  We selected global LPG peers for our analysis  We selected 2017E EV/EBITDA multiples and applied to Company’s 2017E EBITDA as it is the best representative of Company’s profitability going forward

Company

Country

Global

Mkt Cap

EV

EV/Sales

EV/EBITDA

EBITDA Margin

Net Debt / EBITDA LTM

LTM

16E

17E

LTM

16E

17E

LTM

16E

17E

D / EV

Unlev. Beta

USD MM

USD MM

United States of America

3,183

5,661

3.5x

2.4x

2.3x

2.1x

8.1x

8.9x

8.7x

29.8%

25.3%

24.3%

42.8%

0.50

Aygaz As

Turkey

1,038

449

0.2x

0.2x

0.2x

0.2x

3.1x

3.4x

3.2x

6.2%

5.6%

5.1%

7.3%

0.67

Rubis Sca

France Korea; Republic (S. Korea)

3,275

3,636

0.7x

1.1x

1.0x

1.0x

8.1x

7.9x

7.6x

13.5%

12.8%

12.8%

8.4%

0.79

553

1,730

5.9x

0.4x

0.4x

0.4x

9.2x

8.6x

8.0x

4.7%

4.8%

5.2%

64.5%

0.18

Thailand

266

491

2.8x

0.3x

0.3x

0.3x

6.3x

6.6x

6.1x

5.1%

5.2%

5.1%

44.8%

0.37

Amerigas Partners Lp

Sk Gas Ltd

Siamgas And Petrochemicals Pcl Total Nigeria Plc

Nigeria

251

186

n.m

0.1x

0.1x

0.1x

1.3x

2.1x

2.0x

8.7%

5.5%

5.9%

-69.2%

0.36

Brazil

8,502

10,267

1.4x

0.5x

0.5x

0.5x

9.9x

9.5x

9.1x

5.0%

5.2%

5.0%

14.3%

0.67

Median

2.8x

0.4x

0.4x

0.4x

8.1x

7.9x

7.6x

6.2%

5.5%

5.2%

14.3%

0.50

Average

2.6x

0.7x

0.7x

0.6x

6.6x

6.7x

6.4x

10.4%

9.2%

9.1%

16.1%

0.50

Ultrapar Participacoes Sa

Source: Thomson One

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Trading Comps Details Company

Key Financials (USD MM 2015)

Net Revenues 2,885

EBITDA Breakdown (2015) Other 9%(1)

 AmeriGas Partners, L.P. is a holding company that operates

EBITDA 572

Propane 91%(1)

Net Debt/EBITDA 4.1x

Net Revenues 2,358

Other 15%

operating in production, procurement, storage, filling and production and sale of LPG-operated devices Gas and petroleum products 85%

Net Debt/EBITDA 0.8x Support and Services 20%(1)

Storage 20%(1)

EBITDA 382 Net Debt/EBITDA 1.0x

as a retail propane distributor in the United States, serving approximately two million residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural, wholesale and motor fuel customers in all 50 states from approximately 2,000 propane distribution locations.

 Aygaz is the only Turkish fully integrated LPG company,

EBITDA 124

Net Revenues 3,233

Description

LPG Distribution 60%(1)

 Aygaz provides its services in 81 cities and more than 100k homes per day through 3,800 cylinder gas dealers and autogas stations

 Rubis SCA is a France-based international company engaged in the storage and distribution of petroleum and other liquid products. The Company is structured around two operational divisions: Rubis Terminal, specialized in the bulk storage of liquid industrial products; and Rubis Energie, engaged in the logistics and distribution of petroleum products, notably LPG, which are sold as bottled gas and marketed under the Vitogaz brand name

(1) Based on Revenues

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Trading Comps Details Company

Key Financials (USD MM 2015)

EBITDA Breakdown (2015)

Services (1) >1%

Net Revenues 1,699 EBITDA 83

LPG Sales and Distribution 100%(1)

Net Debt/EBITDA 2.1x

Net Revenues 1,699

Others 7%(1)

Net Debt/EBITDA 5.0x Net Revenues 1,059

LPG Domestic 50%(1)

Net Debt/EBITDA 0.0x

Thailand-based company engaged in the trading business of LPG and related petroleum products. Its products are distributed under the brand names of Siam Gas and Unique Gas. It operates LPG warehouses and gas containing factories, as well as works with the dealers and gas service stations throughout Thailand

Thailand-based company engaged in the trading business of LPG and related petroleum products. Its products are distributed under the brand names of Siam Gas and Unique Gas. It operates LPG warehouses and gas containing factories, as well as works with the dealers and gas service stations throughout Thailand

 Total Nigeria is a marketing and services subsidiary of Total

Lubricants and others 12%

 Total Nigeria is the leader in the downstream sector of the Nigerian oil and gas industry, with its distribution network of over 500 service stations nationwide and other energy products and services

EBITDA 47

NIGERIA

 Siamgas and Petrochemicals Public Company Limited is a

 Siamgas and Petrochemicals Public Company Limited is a LPG Exports 43% (1)

EBITDA 83

Description

Petroleum products 88%

 Total Nigeria has 5 LPG bottling plants distributed over the country and also owns a coastal storage in Apapa

(1) Based on Revenues

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Trading Comps Details Company

Key Financials (USD MM 2015)

Net Revenues 22,712

Revenues Breakdown (2015) Others Chemicals 1% 19%

LPG Distribution 9%

EBITDA 1,187 Net Debt/EBITDA 1.4x

Fuel Distribution 71%

Description

 Ultrapar Participacoes S.A. (Ultrapar) is a Brazilian holding company that engages in services, commercial and industrial activities. It operates through five segments: gas distribution (Ultragaz), which distributes LPG to residential, commercial and industrial; fuel distribution (Ipiranga); chemicals (Oxiteno); storage (Ultracargo), and drugstores (Extrafarma)

Source: Companies and Thomson

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Valuation Analysis Multiples Transaction Comps  We selected transactions involving LPG companies in the Brazilian Market #

Date

Target Name

Target Nation

Acquirer Name

% of Shares Acquired

Transac. Value (BRL MM)

Implied EV (BRL MM)

EV / EBITDA

1

Oct-11

Repsol Gas Brasil SA

Brazil

Ultragaz Participações Ltda

100%

50

47.85

10.19x

2

Aug-04

Agip Liquigás

Brazil

Petrobras

100%

1,424

2,071.23

12.06x

3

Jul-04

Supergasbras Inds e Comercio

Brazil

SHV Holdings NV

51%

308

602.94

19.98x

4

Aug-03

Shell Gas (LPG) Brasil S.A.

Brazil

Ultrapar Participações S.A.

100%

171

170.57

10.03x

Median

11.12x

Average

13.06x

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Transaction Comps Details Target Company

Target Description

Transaction Description

 Repsol Gás Brasil (Repsol) is a LPG company that operates in the Brazilian  In October 2011, Ultragaz Participacoes Ltda, a unit of Ultrapar Participacoes SA, acquired the entire bottled LPG with 1% of market share in share capital of Repsol Gas Brasil SA, a Rio de Janeiro-based bottled LPG company for BRL 50 MM 2011 (USD 28.5 MM)

 Twelve months prior to the transaction,  After the transaction Repsol Gás Brasil S.A. was renamed to Distribuidora de Gás LP Azul S.A. Repsol sold a total of 22k ton of LPG

 Agip do Brasil (Agip) is a company that  In August 2004, in a transaction with ENI SpA, Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) acquired AGIP do

operates in the marketing and distribution of Brasil (Agip), a company engaged in the distribution of LPG, fuels and lubricants, for USD 450 MM fuels, petroleum derivates and natural gas, especially in the bottling, marketing and  In the transaction, Petrobras acquired 28 envasing units, 28 deposits, the brands Liquigás, Tropigás and Novogás and 21.4% of the LPG market share distribution of LPG

 In 2003, Agip had around 3% of market  Petrobras also acquired fuel and lubricants contracts and assets, including distribution centers and share in Brazil

gas stations

 Founded in 1946, Supergasbras is a company mainly engaged in the marketing  In July 2004, SHV Holdings NV acquired the remaining 51% interest, or 14.86 Bn ordinary and and distribution of bottled LPG preferential shares, which it did not own yet, in Supergasbras Industria e Comercio SA (Supergasbras), a wholesaler of liquefied gas and a holding company, from Sajutha Rio  Supergasbras works with bottled gas (P13), Participacoes SA, for BRL 304.1 MM (USD 100 MM), in a privately negotiated transaction gas cilinder (P45) and gas tanks (P1900, P2000 and P500)

 Shell Gas (LPG) Brasil S.A. (Shell Gas) is a company engaged in purchase, bottling,  In August 2003, Ultrapar Participacoes SA acquired Shell Gas SA, a gas utility company, from Royal distribution, transport and storage of gases Dutch/Shell Group's Shell Brasil SA unit, for BRL 170.6 MM (USD 57.1 MM) and other petroleum hydrocarbons  The acquisition included the liquefied petroleum gas operations of Shell Gas SA, with 6 bottling plants  Shell Gas had 4.5% share in the Brazilian LPG distribution market in 2003

Source: Companies

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Macroeconom ic assum ptions

2014A

2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

Inflation Brazil (IPCA) USA (CPI)

% %

6.4% 1.6%

10.7% 0.1%

7.0% 1.7%

4.9% 1.9%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

4.4% 2.0%

Interest Rate Selic - Average TJLP Average

% %

10.9% 5.0%

13.5% 6.0%

14.2% 7.5%

11.8% 7.5%

10.5% 7.5%

10.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

9.3% 7.5%

Source: Focus Survey as of October 20th 2016 and FED as of July 31st 2016

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Assets (BRL MM)

2014A

2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

13 174 39 42 5 7 280

13 203 30 65 7 15 333

96 230 42 62 7 15 452

101 243 44 67 8 15 479

107 257 47 71 8 15 506

113 272 50 75 8 15 534

120 289 53 79 9 15 565

128 306 56 84 9 15 599

135 325 59 89 10 15 634

143 344 63 94 11 15 670

152 365 67 100 11 15 710

161 386 71 106 12 15 750

170 408 75 112 13 15 792

180 432 79 118 13 15 836

190 456 83 125 14 15 882

201 482 88 132 15 15 932

212 509 93 139 16 15 984

Accounts receivable Judicial Deposits Taxes receivable Deferred Taxes Other non current assets PP&E Investments Non current assets

23 53 1 108 1 800 18 1,003

7 58 1 79 3 840 18 1,006

7 58 1 53 3 875 18 1,015

7 58 1 23 3 930 18 1,040

7 58 1 13 3 968 18 1,068

7 58 1 10 3 1,026 18 1,123

7 58 1 9 3 1,084 18 1,180

7 58 1 8 3 1,187 18 1,281

7 58 1 7 3 1,295 18 1,389

7 58 1 6 3 1,396 18 1,488

7 58 1 5 3 1,497 18 1,589

7 58 1 4 3 1,584 18 1,674

7 58 1 3 3 1,671 18 1,761

7 58 1 2 3 1,747 18 1,836

7 58 1 1 3 1,813 18 1,901

7 58 1 0 3 1,898 18 1,985

7 58 1 0 3 1,906 18 1,993

Total assets

1,283

1,339

1,468

1,518

1,574

1,657

1,745

1,880

2,023

2,159

2,299

2,424

2,553

2,672

2,783

2,917

2,977

Cash and equivalents Accounts receivable Inventory Taxes receivable Prepaid Expenses Other current assets Current assets

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Liabilities (BRL MM)

2014A

2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

Suppliers Revolver Debt Short-term Debt Labor Taxes Clients Paid in Advance Health Plan Provision Other Current Liabilities Current liabilities

91 0 46 47 15 3 4 11 230

79 0 101 52 22 4 5 6 270

100 18 23 58 22 4 5 6 237

108 0 10 62 23 4 5 6 219

114 0 6 66 25 4 5 6 226

120 0 5 70 26 4 5 6 236

127 0 0 74 28 4 5 6 244

135 0 0 78 29 4 5 6 258

143 0 0 83 31 4 5 6 273

152 0 0 88 33 4 5 6 288

161 0 0 93 35 4 5 6 304

170 0 0 98 37 4 5 6 320

180 0 0 104 39 4 5 6 338

190 0 0 110 41 4 5 6 356

200 0 0 116 44 4 5 6 375

212 0 0 123 46 4 5 6 396

223 0 0 130 49 4 5 6 417

Long-term Debt Related Parties Health Plan Provision Provisions Others non-current liabilities Non current liabilities

69 1 49 24 0 143

44 1 50 32 1 129

21 1 50 32 1 106

11 1 50 32 1 95

5 1 50 32 1 89

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

0 1 50 32 1 85

Capital stock Reserves Impairment Adjustment Retained profits Additional Dividends Shareholders' equity

630 165 17 61 37 910

644 165 19 55 57 940

644 165 19 240 57 1,125

644 165 19 319 57 1,204

644 165 19 374 57 1,259

644 165 19 451 57 1,336

644 165 19 531 57 1,416

644 165 19 652 57 1,537

644 165 19 780 57 1,665

644 165 19 901 57 1,786

644 165 19 1,025 57 1,910

644 165 19 1,134 57 2,019

644 165 19 1,246 57 2,131

644 165 19 1,347 57 2,232

644 165 19 1,439 57 2,324

644 165 19 1,552 57 2,437

644 165 19 1,591 57 2,476

1,283

1,339

1,468

1,518

1,574

1,657

1,745

1,880

2,023

2,159

2,299

2,424

2,553

2,672

2,783

2,917

2,977

Total equity & liabilities

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Incom e statem ent (BRL MM)

2014A

2015A

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

Net revenues Annual growth

2,978 n.a.

3,296 11%

3,831 16%

4,050 6%

4,287 6%

4,536 6%

4,810 6%

5,102 6%

5,411 6%

5,731 6%

6,081 6%

6,424 6%

6,800 6%

7,185 6%

7,588 6%

8,027 6%

8,479 6%

(2,054)

(2,218)

(2,503)

(2,689)

Gross profit Gross margin

924 31%

1,078 33%

1,328 35%

1,361 34%

Personnel Expenses Freight, Services and Rent Materials for Bottling Advertisement Water & Electric Energy Fuel and Lubricants Other Expenses SG&A

(398) (287) (24) (19) (10) (13) (63) (813)

(428) (292) (27) (17) (14) (14) (72) (864)

(507) (357) (32) (19) (19) (18) (64) (1,016)

(537) (377) (33) (20) (20) (19) (68) (1,074)

EBITDA EBITDA margin

111 4%

214 6%

312 8%

287 7%

319 7%

341 8%

375 8%

397 8%

426 8%

462 8%

491 8%

510 8%

562 8%

609 8%

662 9%

688 9%

737 9%

Depreciation & amortization

(69)

(67)

(65)

(69)

(75)

(77)

(81)

(63)

(71)

(79)

(88)

(96)

(104)

(113)

(122)

(131)

(139)

EBIT EBIT margin

42 1%

146 4%

247 6%

218 5%

244 6%

264 6%

294 6%

334 7%

355 7%

383 7%

403 7%

415 6%

458 7%

496 7%

540 7%

557 7%

598 7%

Financial revenues Financial expenses

8 (11)

10 (12)

2 (6)

0 (3)

0 (1)

0 (1)

0 (0)

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

77

143

244

215

243

263

294

334

355

383

403

415

459

496

540

557

599

(24)

(29)

(59)

(44)

(52)

(57)

(66)

(78)

(82)

(88)

(92)

(92)

(104)

(114)

(127)

(130)

(141)

52.9 2%

114 3%

185 5%

171 4%

191 4%

206 5%

228 5%

257 5%

274 5%

295 5%

312 5%

323 5%

354 5%

382 5%

414 5%

427 5%

457 5%

COGS

EBT Income taxes Net incom e Net margin

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(2,844) (3,008) (3,187) (3,378) (3,581) (3,791) (4,021) (4,245) (4,491) (4,742) (5,005) (5,292) (5,586) 1,443 34%

1,529 34%

1,623 34%

1,723 34%

1,829 34%

1,939 34%

2,060 34%

2,179 34%

2,309 34%

2,443 34%

2,583 34%

2,736 34%

2,893 34%

(566) (597) (629) (663) (698) (736) (775) (816) (860) (905) (953) (1,004) (1,057) (391) (415) (435) (467) (497) (523) (561) (603) (628) (657) (686) (741) (782) (33) (36) (37) (41) (43) (44) (49) (54) (53) (54) (54) (61) (63) (21) (23) (24) (26) (27) (29) (30) (32) (34) (36) (38) (40) (42) (21) (22) (23) (24) (26) (27) (29) (30) (32) (34) (36) (38) (40) (21) (22) (24) (25) (27) (29) (32) (34) (36) (39) (42) (45) (48) (70) (74) (77) (81) (85) (90) (94) (99) (103) (108) (113) (119) (124) (1,124) (1,188) (1,248) (1,327) (1,404) (1,477) (1,569) (1,669) (1,747) (1,834) (1,921) (2,048) (2,156)

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Cash flow (BRL MM)

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2026E

2027E

2028E

2029E

2030E

Operational cash flow Net income Depreciation & amortization Δ Working Capital Deferred Tax Change

265 185 65 (10) 26

263 171 69 (7) 31

266 191 75 (10) 10

276 206 77 (11) 3

298 228 81 (11) 1

308 257 63 (12) 1

332 274 71 (13) 1

362 295 79 (13) 1

386 312 88 (15) 1

405 323 96 (14) 1

443 354 104 (16) 1

480 382 113 (16) 1

520 414 122 (17) 1

541 427 131 (19) 1

577 457 139 (19) 0

Investm ents cash flow CAPEX

(100) (100)

(124) (124)

(113) (113)

(135) (135)

(139) (139)

(165) (165)

(179) (179)

(180) (180)

(189) (189)

(182) (182)

(192) (192)

(189) (189)

(188) (188)

(216) (216)

(147) (147)

Financing cash flow New debt Debt amortization Revolver Revolver amortization Dividends paid

(83) 0 (101) 18 0 0

(133) 0 (23) 0 (18) (92)

(147) 0 (10) 0 0 (136)

(134) 0 (6) 0 0 (128)

(153) 0 (5) 0 0 (148)

(136) 0 (0) 0 0 (136)

(145) 0 (0) 0 0 (145)

(174) 0 (0) 0 0 (174)

(188) 0 (0) 0 0 (188)

(214) 0 (0) 0 0 (214)

(242) 0 (0) 0 0 (242)

(281) 0 (0) 0 0 (281)

(321) 0 (0) 0 0 (321)

(313) 0 (0) 0 0 (313)

(419) 0 0 0 0 (419)

Total cash flow

83

5

6

6

7

7

8

8

9

9

9

10

10

11

11

Cash balance - BoP ( - ) Period cash flow Cash balance - EoP

13 83 96

96 5 101

101 6 107

107 6 113

113 7 120

120 7 128

128 8 135

135 8 143

143 9 152

152 9 161

161 9 170

170 10 180

180 10 190

190 11 201

201 11 212

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Macroeconomic Assumptions Financial Statements WACC Parameters

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US equity market risk premium – 30 Year

...

Risk free rate ... – US 30-y government bonds ... ... ... ...

7.3%

2.8%

7.2%

2.7%

...

...

...

...

2.6%

7.1%

2.5%

7.0%

6.88%

6.9%

2.4%

2.41%

2.3%

6.8%

2.2%

6.7%

2.1%

6.6% 20-Apr

20-May

20-Jun

20-Jul

Equity Market Risk premium 6 month

20-Aug

20-Sep

20-Oct

Equity Market Risk premium

2.0% 20-Apr

20-May

20-Jun

20-Jul

Risk free rate 6 month

20-Aug

20-Sep

20-Oct

Risk free rate

Brazil CDS – 30 Year Government Bond

5.0% 4.8% 4.6% 4.4%

4.14%

4.2% 4.0% 3.8% 3.6% 3.4% 3.2% 20-Apr

20-May

20-Jun

20-Jul

Average CDS

20-Aug

20-Sep

20-Oct

CDS

Source: Bloomberg, as of October 20tth, 2016

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ASAMBLEA GENERAL EXTRAORDINARIA EXPOSICIÓN A LOS ACCIONISTAS

ÍTEM II

Venta, para el GRUPO PETROTEMEX, S.A. DE C.V. (“GRUPO PETROTEMEX”) y para DAK AMERICAS EXTERIOR, S.L (“DAK”), subsidiarias de Alpek , S.A.B. de C.V. (“Alpek”), de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – PETROBRAS en las sociedades Companhia Petroquímica de Pernambuco (“PetroquímicaSuape”) y en la Companhia Integrada Têxtil de Pernambuco (“CITEPE”)

El 28 de diciembre de 2016, el Consejo de Administración ("CA"), en reunión realizada en aquella fecha, aprobó la convocatoria de Asamblea General Extraordinaria de PETROBRAS para deliberar sobre la venta del 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – PETROBRAS en la PetroquímicaSuape y en la CITEPE por el monto, en reales, equivalente a US$ 385,000,000.00 (tres ciento ochenta y cinco millones de dólares), corregidas por la variación acumulada positiva de la tasa de inflación de Estados Unidos para el período comprendido entre la fecha (31/12/2015) y la fecha de cierre de la transacción, utilizando el tipo de cambio de 3 días hábiles antes de la fecha de cierre de la transacción . Las empresas PetroquímicaSuape y CITEPE (de aquí en adelante, “Empresas”) son subsidiarias de propiedad total de PETROBRAS que actúan en el área de PTA (ácido tereftálico purificado, materia prima para la producción de PET - polietileno tereftalato), resina PET y filamentos textiles. El Plan de Negocios y Gestión (“PNG”) 2015-2019, aprobado por el CA el 26 de junio de 2015 tenía como objetivos fundamentales el desapalancamiento de la Compañía y la generación de valor para los accionistas, previendo un importe de desinversiones para el periodo entre 2015 y 2016 de US$ 15,1 mil millones. El Plan Estratégico y PNG 2017-2021, aprobado el 19 de septiembre de 2016 por el CA prevé una meta de desinversiones de US$ 19,5 mil millones para el bienio 20172018. Este importe es complementario a la meta del bienio 2015-2016. 66

Además, el Plan Estratégico y el PNG 2017-2021 han definido como una de sus estrategias de optimización de portafolio de negocios la salida de la petroquímica. La venta de la participación integral de PETROBRAS en las Empresas, por lo tanto, posee adherencia estratégica con el Plan Estratégico y el PNG 2017-2021. El 30 de abril de 2015, las Empresas fueron incluidas en la Cartera de Desinversiones, según el Acta DE 5.222, ítem 52, Pauta N.° 467, del 30 de abril de 2015, que prevé la venta del 100% de la participación accionaria de PETROBRAS. El 08 de octubre de 2015, PETROBRAS reportó al mercado que había comenzado el proceso competitivo para la venta del 100% de las acciones de las Empresas. Proceso de venta PETROBRAS estructuró un procedimiento de venta que contó con la participación de empresas seleccionadas con base en criterios objetivos (financieros y operativos) que se utilizan para mapear el universo de potenciales interesados. De las 29 empresas seleccionadas como potencialmente interesadas, 4 firmaron el acuerdo de confidencialidad para proseguir en el proceso y recepción del memorándum con informaciones detalladas del activo en venta (Information Memorandum), lo cual contiene aspectos como proyecciones financieras y análisis sectorial. Después de esa etapa, 2 empresas enviaron propuestas no vinculantes y ambas se clasificaron para la siguiente etapa, vinculante, y se las invitó a realizar a realizar due diligence, y ofrecer las ofertas vinculantes junto con las alteraciones propuestas en la minuta estándar del Contrato de Compra y Venta de Acciones (“CCVA”). Después del análisis de las propuestas ofrecidas, teniendo en cuenta sus términos y condiciones, se clasificó como vencedora del proceso competitivo la propuesta del GRUPO PETROTEMEX, S.A. DE C.V. (“GRUPO PETROTEMEX”) y de DAK AMERICAS EXTERIOR, S.L. (“DAK”), presentada en conjunto por las dos empresas, integrantes del grupo económico de Alpek. El 28 de julio de 2016, PETROBRAS reportó al mercado la aprobación para llevar a cabo negociaciones con la empresa Alpek, en carácter de exclusividad por 60 días, prorrogables por otros 30 días (lo que ocurrió, de acuerdo a lo informado el 27/09/2016). Adicionalmente, el 03 de noviembre de 2016, Petrobras reportó al mercado que las negociaciones con la empresa Alpek estaban en fase avanzada.

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Finalizado el proceso de negociación con el GRUPO PETROTEMEX y con DAK y luego del proceso interno de aprobación de la operación por la Dirección Ejecutiva y el Consejo de Administración de PETROBRAS, el 28 de diciembre de 2016, PETROBRAS y el GRUPO PETROTEMEX, S.A. DE C.V y DAK AMERICAS EXTERIOR, S.L., firmaron el CCVA, con cláusula de condiciones suspensivas imponiendo, entre otras, la condición suspensiva de posterior aprobación por las autoridades societarias competentes de ambas partes, la aprobación de la operación por el Consejo Administrativo de Defensa Económica ("CADE") y la restructuración de las deudas de largo plazo de las Empresas. Resumen de las declaraciones y garantías prestadas por PETROBRAS Las declaraciones y garantías prestadas por PETROBRAS son: (i) Constitución y existencia de las Empresas; (ii) capacidad; (iii) ausencia de violación de disposición contenida en los estatutos sociales y de conflicto con la ley, decisión judicial, de arbitraje, instrumento, compromiso, acuerdo o contrato; (iv) funcionamiento de las empresas; (v) propiedad de las acciones; (vi) demostraciones financieras; (vii) ausencia de restricciones; (viii) procesos judiciales y administrativos; (ix) cuestiones fiscales; (x) cuestiones laborales y de seguro social; (xi) aspectos ambientales; (xii) inmuebles; (xiii) libros y aspectos societarios; (xiv) contratos relevantes; (xv) dividendos y otras ventajas pecuniarias; (xvi) activos; (xvii) propiedad intelectual; (xviii) seguros; (xix) cuentas bancarias; (xx) poderes; (xxi) negocios con partes relacionadas; (xxii) garantías fideyusorias; (xxiii) corredores; (xxiv) declaraciones y garantías en la fecha de cierre; (xxv) título y derecho sobre activos; (xxvi) ausencia de inversiones de largo plazo; (xxvii) ninguna otra declaración

Resumen de las declaraciones y garantías prestadas por el GRUPO PETROTEMEX y DAK Las declaraciones y garantías prestadas por el GRUPO PETROTEMEX y DAK son: (i) constitución y existencia; (ii) capacidad; (iii) ausencia de violación de las disposiciones contenida en los estatutos sociales y de conflicto con la ley, decisión judicial, de arbitraje, instrumento, compromiso, acuerdo o contrato; (iv) disponibilidad de recursos; (v) corredores; (vi) acceso a información; (vii) declaraciones y garantías en la fecha de cierre; (viii) ninguna otra declaración.

Situaciones sujetas a indemnización por PETROBRAS

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PETROBRAS se obliga a indemnizar a las Partes Indemnizables de las compradoras, por cualquier pérdida derivada de: (i) cualquier incorrección, falsedad, violación u omisión de cualquier declaración o garantía prestada por PETROBRAS bajo el CCVA; (ii) incumplimiento, parcial o total, de cualquier obligación, deber o acuerdo asumido por PETROBRAS bajo el CCVA; (iii) cualquier acto, evento, omisión o reclamación, incluyendo las reclamaciones existentes divulgadas o las reclamaciones existentes de naturaleza civil, ocurridas u originadas en periodo anterior (e inclusive) a la fecha de cierre, aunque sus efectos solamente se materialicen después de dicha fecha, siempre que no hayan sido divulgados por la vendedora a las compradoras; (iv) cualquier reclamación existente divulgada; (v) cualquier acto de corrupción que afecte directamente a las Empresas practicado por PETROBRAS, por sus afiliadas o por las Empresas, antes de la fecha de cierre, que haya sido o llegue a ser comprobado, reconocido o determinado por una autoridad gubernamental en decisión final o inapelable; (vi) cualquier reclamación propuesta por la Construtora Norberto Odebrecht directamente consecuente del Contrato Aliança, que no esté comprendida en las Contingencias Pasivas del Contrato Aliança (términos definidos en el CCVA); (vii) consecuentes de cualquier reclamación de los empleados de la vendedora cedidos a las Empresas; (viii) cualquier pérdida referente a la contaminación o ejecución de la recuperación ambiental en lo que respecta al análisis de riesgos; (ix) incumplimiento de la ley ambiental entre la fecha de entrega del análisis de riesgos ambientales y la fecha del cierre. Situaciones sujetas a indemnización por el GRUPO PETROTEMEX y DAK. Las compradoras se obligan a indemnizar a PETROBRAS por: (i) cualquier incorrección, falsedad, violación u omisión de cualquier declaración o garantía prestada por las Compradoras bajo el CCVA; (ii) incumplimiento, parcial o total, de cualquier obligación, deber o acuerdo asumido por las Compradoras bajo el CCVA; y/o (iii) cualquier acto de corrupción practicado por las compradoras que haya sido o vaya a ser comprobado, reconocido o determinado por una autoridad gubernamental en decisión final o inapelable. Se aplican ciertas limitaciones a la obligación de pago de indemnización, las cuales varían dependiendo de la naturaleza de la pérdida o de la violación al contrato. Aprobaciones gubernamentales necesarias La Adquisición está sujeta a la aprobación por el CADE. Garantías otorgadas

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Las compradoras deberán depositar US$ 38.500.000,00 (treinta y ocho millones y quinientos mil dólares de los Estados Unidos) (“Garantía Inicial de Pago del Precio de Adquisición”) en la cuenta de garantía (“Cuenta Garantía”), que será de mutuo acuerdo entre las partes, después de la aprobación por su Consejo de Administración. Posteriormente, en el plazo de 3 días hábiles antes de la fecha en la que las Empresas enviarán la notificación del inicio de la restructuración de las deudas, las compradoras deberán complementar dicha garantía, depositando US$ 77.000.000,00 (setenta y siete millones de dólares de los Estados Unidos) (“Garantía Complementaria de Pago del Precio de Adquisición”) adicionales. Inaplicabilidad del artículo 253 de la LSA Cabe señalar también que el art. 253 de la Ley N.° 6.404/76 no se aplica al presente caso, considerándose el posicionamiento actual de la Comissão de Valores Mobiliários (“CVM”) sobre el tema, en el sentido de que un dispositivo de este tipo sólo se aplicaría en el caso que PetroquímicaSuape y CITEPE se hubieran convertido en subsidiarias de propiedad total por medio de operación de incorporación de acciones, lo cual no fue el caso.

Acciones Judiciales y TCU Por último, en relación a la decisión cautelar del Tribunal de Cuentas de la Unión (TCU), de acuerdo a lo divulgado el 08/12/2016 y a las decisiones liminares del Poder Judicial tratando de las operaciones de desinversiones de PETROBRAS, en lo que se refiere a la venta de las acciones de PetroquímicaSuape y de CITEPE, dicha venta, hasta la fecha, no ha sido suspendida por medidas liminares judiciales requeridas en el ámbito de acciones populares y de acción civil pública, no hay ningún impedimento para PETROBRAS proceder con el cumplimiento de las condiciones suspensivas previstas en el CCVA. Existe, asimismo, la decisión TC-013-056/2016-6 proferida por la Plenaria del TCU la cual dio a PETROBRAS permiso para completar cinco negocios, entre los cuales, la alienación de las acciones de PetroquímicaSuape y CITEPE.

Evaluaciones económicas Se realizaron evaluaciones económicas, en cumplimiento con la Sistemática para Desinversiones de Activos y Empresas del Sistema PETROBRAS, internas (visión vendedor) y externas (visión mercado). El monto final de la transacción superó los escenarios internos y externos de evaluación, tal como fue considerado justo por

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los pareceres externos (fairness opinion) emitidos por el G5 Evercore y por el banco Crédit Agricole. Con base en lo anterior, el Consejo de Administración de PETROBRAS somete a la elevada apreciación y deliberación de la Asamblea General la propuesta de venta de 100% (cien por ciento) de la participación accionaria de Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – PETROBRAS en la PetroquímicaSuape y en la CITEPE por el monto, en reales, equivalente a US$ 385,000,000.00 (tres ciento ochenta y cinco millones de dólares), corregidas por la variación acumulada positiva de la tasa de inflación de Estados Unidos para el período comprendido entre la fecha (31/12/2015) y la fecha de cierre de la transacción, utilizando el tipo de cambio de 3 días hábiles antes de la fecha de cierre de la transacción .

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Valuation Memorandum of PetroquímicaSuape and Citepe (PQS) November 17, 2016

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Disclaimer G5 Consultoria e Assessoria Ltda. (“G5|Evercore”) has been engaged by Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. together with its affiliates (“Petrobras”) to prepare and deliver a Valuation Memorandum concerning the proposed sale of Companhia Petroquímica de Pernambuco (“PetroquímicaSuape”) and the Companhia Integrada Têxtil de Pernambuco (“Citepe”), collectively the Suape Petrochemical Complex (“PQS”) based on commonly accepted valuation methodologies (“Valuation Memorandum”) with the purpose of providing its opinion as to the fairness, from a financial point of view, of the proposed purchase consideration offered by Grupo Petrotemex, S.A. de C.V. (“Petrotemex”) and DAK Americas Exterior, S.L. (“DAK”) (collectively “the Buyers” or “Alpek”), a subsidiary of Alpek S.A.B. de C.V., to acquire 100% of the shares of PQS (“Transaction”). Notwithstanding the above, G5|Evercore provides the following information and clarification regarding the Valuation Memorandum and its content: 1. This Valuation Memorandum is intended to provide Petrobras with a value range of the Company’s equity value consisting of an initiative of such governing body and it is not derived or required by legal or regulatory statute, especially Federal Law N. 6.404/76, nor is it designed to comply with any other legal requirement derived or not from the Transaction. 2. This Valuation Memorandum has been prepared for the exclusive use of Petrobras, and should not be used by any third parties or for any other purposes. 3. This Valuation Memorandum, including its analyses and conclusions, do not constitute a recommendation to Petrobras, the Buyers, or any shareholder, director, or board member of Petrobras or of any of its affiliates (as defined below) as to how to vote, issue a statement or act regarding any matter related to the Transaction. “Affiliates” means—in relation to an individual, legal entity, investment fund, or any other type of vehicle or universality of rights (“Persons”)—the Persons that directly or indirectly (a) control, administer, or manager such Person; (b) are controlled, administered, or managed by such Person; or (c) are under common control, administration, or management with such Person or with Persons in its economic group. 4. To arrive at the conclusions presented in this Report, among other things: (a) G5|Evercore has analyzed the audited financial information of PQS referring to the fiscal years ended on December 31, 2013, 2014, and 2015; (b) G5|Evercore has analyzed and discussed with the Officers of the Company the financial and operating projections of the Company, provided by Petrobras; (c) G5|Evercore held discussions with the Officers of the Company concerning the Company’s business and prospects; and (d) G5|Evercore took into consideration other financial, economic, and market information, studies, analyses, research, and criteria that G5|Evercore found relevant (collectively, the “Information”). 5. Within the scope of our review, G5|Evercore has not assumed and does not assume any responsibility for independent investigations of any Information, which is the sole responsibility of the respective sources that provided it, and trusts that all Information was complete, accurate, consistent, and up to date in all material aspects. In addition, G5|Evercore has not been requested to make, and indeed did not make, any independent verification of such Information or independent verification or evaluation of any assets or liabilities (contingent or otherwise) of PQS or its Affiliates, and has not been given any evaluation in this regard. G5|Evercore did not evaluate the solvency of PQS or of its Affiliates in light of laws related to any matter, including bankruptcy, insolvency, or similar issues. 6. G5|Evercore has not made and will not make any express or implied representation in relation to any Information (including financial and operating projections of PQS or of its Affiliates or assumptions and estimates on which such projections were based) used to prepare the Valuation Memorandum. In addition, G5|Evercore has not assumed any obligation to conduct, and indeed did not conduct, any physical inspection of the properties or facilities of PQS or of its Affiliates. G5|Evercore is not an accounting firm and has not provided any accounting or auditing services in relation to this Transaction or Valuation Memorandum. G5|Evercore is not a law firm and has not provided any legal, regulatory, or tax services in relation to this Transaction or the Valuation Memorandum. 7. G5|Evercore has not carried out any accounting, financial, legal, tax, or other due diligence or audit of PQS, its Affiliates, or any third parties. The results of such procedures, if carried out, could alter the analyses and conclusions of this Valuation Memorandum. 8. No representation or warranty, expressed or implied, is made by G5|Evercore with regards to the accuracy, completeness, truthfulness, or sufficiency of the Information contained in this Valuation Memorandum or that on which it was based. Nothing contained herein will be interpreted or construed as a declaration by G5|Evercore regarding the present, past, or future. 9. The operating and financial projections of PQS and its Affiliates contained herein and the projections relating to the demand and growth of the respective markets were based on Information provided to G5|Evercore by PQS, Petrobras and its financial advisor, or obtained from public sources. G5|Evercore assumes, without making any independent investigation, that such projections were prepared reasonably and based on the best estimates currently available to the management of Petrobras and PQS, which was evaluated on a stand-alone basis. If this assumption does not hold true, the analyses and conclusions in this Valuation Memorandum may be significantly altered. 10. This Valuation Memorandum is not an explicit or implied recommendation concerning any aspect of the Transaction.

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Disclaimer 11. This Valuation Memorandum (a) does not quantify or express any opinion on any positive or negative effects that may impact PQS, Petrobras or its Affiliates; (b) does not create any liability for G5|Evercore regarding the result of the Transaction; and (c) does not constitute, and should not be construed as, a recommendation to Petrobras or any of its Affiliates or to their respective officers, board members, or shareholders as to how to decide or act regarding any matter related to the Transaction. 12. Since the analyses performed are inherently subject to uncertainty and are based on various events and factors beyond our control and the control of PQS, Petrobras, and its Affiliates, G5|Evercore will have no liability of any kind if the future results of PQS differ substantially from the results presented in this Valuation Memorandum. There is no guarantee that the future results of PQS will correspond to the financial projections used as a basis for the analysis contained herein. Any differences between projections and the financial results of PQS may be significant. The future results of PQS may also be affected by economic and market conditions. 13. Preparation of a financial valuation is a complex process that involves various definitions concerning the most appropriate and significant methods of financial analysis as well as how such methods are to be applied. To arrive at the conclusions presented in this Valuation Memorandum, G5|Evercore performed qualitative reasoning regarding the analyses and factors taken into consideration. We arrived at a final conclusion based on the results of all analyses carried out, considered as a whole, and G5|Evercore did not arrive at conclusions solely based on or related to any of the individual factors or methods used in our analysis. Accordingly, G5|Evercore believes that our analysis should be considered as a whole and that the selection of parts of our analysis and specific factors, without considering the entirety of our analysis and conclusions, may result in an incomplete and incorrect understanding of the processes used for our analyses and conclusions. 14. Valuations of other companies and other sectors prepared by G5|Evercore in other transactions, of a nature similar to that of the Transaction or not, may treat the market assumptions used herein differently from the approach adopted in this Valuation Memorandum; hence, any departments, persons, or executives of G5|Evercore or any of its Affiliates may use in their analyses, reports, documents, and/or publications, estimates, projections, and methodologies different from those used herein, and such analyses, reports, documents, and/or publications may arrive at different conclusions from those expressed in this Valuation Memorandum. 15. The base date used for this Valuation Memorandum is January 1, 2016. Although future events and other developments may affect the conclusions presented in this Valuation Memorandum, G5|Evercore is under no obligation to update, revise, correct, or revoke this Valuation Memorandum, wholly or in part, as a result of any subsequent development or for any other reason. 16. Petrobras has agreed to reimburse G5|Evercore and its Affiliates for expenses incurred in connection with the preparation of this Valuation Memorandum and to indemnify it for liabilities and expenses that may arise as a result of its engagement. G5|Evercore will receive from Petrobras a commission for the preparation and delivery of this Valuation Memorandum, regardless of the conclusions contained herein and/or the completion of the Transaction. 17. G5|Evercore may provide investment banking and other financial services to Petrobras and/or to any of its Affiliates in the future, for which G5|Evercore would expect to be compensated. G5|Evercore is a financial advisory company that provides a range of financial and other services related to securities, and investment banking. In the ordinary course of its activities, G5|Evercore may acquire, hold, or sell—on our own account or at the request and expense of our clients—shares, debt instruments, and other securities and financial instruments (including bank loans and other obligations) of Petrobras, of the Buyers, of any of their Affiliates, and may provide investment banking and other financial services to such Persons, to their Affiliates, and to their management. 18. This Valuation Memorandum is the intellectual property of G5|Evercore and must not be used for any purpose other than within the context described herein. When disclosing this Valuation Memorandum as required by applicable law or regulations, the following must be observed: the Valuation Memorandum may be disclosed only in its entirety. São Paulo, November 17, 2016

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Table of Contents Executive Summary

I

G5 Evercore Credentials

II

Industry Overview

III

Company Overview

IV

Discounted Cash Flow Analysis

V

Trading and Acquisition Comparables

VI

Appendix

VII

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I Executive Summary

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Executive Summary Proposed Transaction – Key Considerations  On August 31, 2016, Petrobras received a binding offer (“Offer”) to sell its 100% share stakes in Companhia Petroquímica de Pernambuco (“PetroquímicaSuape” or “Suape”) and in Companhia Integrada Têxtil de Pernambuco (“Citepe”), (“Transaction”), collectively the Suape Petrochemical Complex (“PQS” or the “Company”), located in the Port of Suape, in the state of Pernambuco, Brazil  The Offer was submitted by Alpek, together with mark-ups to a previously provided Stock Purchase Agreement (“SPA”)  The Offer was denominated in United States Dollars, amounted to US$380 mm for 100% of PQS’ shares (the “Consideration”), and was split as: US$200 mm for Suape and US$180 mm for Citepe  As imposed by Alpek, one of the conditions precedent for Closing under these terms, was that PQS’ outstanding debt were prepaid in full by Petrobras (“cash free and debt free basis”)

 The Offer’s base date was Dec. 31, 2015. Same for the base date as stated in the SPA, that is still under negotiation between the parties  Within this context, G5/Evercore was retained by Petrobras with the objective of providing a supporting Valuation Memorandum (“Valuation Memorandum”) and a Fairness Opinion Letter (“Letter”) concerning the Transaction  As requested by Petrobras, G5/Evercore’s Valuation Memorandum was construed based on a Company with no debt (nor financial expenses), starting on Jan 1, 2016, and based on prevailing market conditions on December 31, 2015. As a result of that:  Enterprise Value ended up having the same economic meaning of Equity Value in this Valuation Memorandum  The latter’s base date was December 31, 2015 and all projections were assumed to start thereafter, including WACC calculation, trading analysis and macro economic data

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Executive Summary Proposed Transaction – Key Considerations  This Valuation Memorandum also considered the Company as a stand-alone entity, i.e.:

 It excluded any potential benefits, impacts, synergies or disynergies that PQS might have with the buyer, be them of an operating, financial, tax, environmental or any other nature, after the conclusion of the acquisition  Since PQS is still in the ramp up stage (negative EBITDA), it consequently has limited capacity in the short term to access bank facilities without a Corporate Guarantee (no longer to be provided by Petrobras)  This Valuation Memorandum did not assess the merits or the appropriateness of this debt prepayment, or the Transaction as a whole

 All assumptions applied to the DCF valuation were provided by Petrobras and PQS’ Management teams, which we assumed to be true, accurate, and/or reflective of both companies’ best assumptions. We also did not evaluate PQS’ business plan, that was provided to G5 Evercore  The latest draft SPA that G5 Evercore had access allowed us to acknowledge that the Transaction’s final purchase price should be subject to certain future price adjustments (at and after Closing Date)  However, the methodology for such calculation is still under negotiation between Petrobras and Alpek

 As such, no such potential adjustments were considered either in this Valuation Memorandum or in the Fairness Opinion Letter provided to Petrobras together with the former  Our conclusion1 was that, on December 31, 2015 the Binding Offer Consideration for PQS was fair from a financial point of view, since it implied 12% and 57% premiums, respectively, to the mid-points of our valuation ranges respectively for Suape and Citepe (30% premium for the entire Offer)  Offer for Suape: US$200 mm / Mid-point of G5/Evercore’s valuation for Suape: US$179 mm (equity value)  Offer for Citepe: US$180 mm / Mid-point of G5/Evercore’s valuation for Citepe: US$114 mm (equity value)

Note: (1) As detailed in the Fairness Opinion Letter provided to Petrobras on this same date pursuant to this transaction, which, among other things, considered Petrobras’ Management’s information that a broad and competitive sales process was run for PQS, the result of which was that Alpek’s Offer was considered the most competitive for the consummation of the Transaction.

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Executive Summary Valuation Methodologies  G5 Evercore prepared this Valuation Memorandum based on information provided by PQS and Petrobras, using the following methodologies to derive the Company’s equity value range:  Discounted Cash Flow (“DCF”) Analysis  Peer Group Trading Multiple (“Trading”) Analysis  Peer Group Acquisition Multiple (“M&A Comps”) Analysis  The DCF was considered the only valuation methodology that fully captures PQS’ ramp-up stage of operations. The absence of international traded peers of equivalent size and scope of operations undermined the quality of the results from the Trading and M&A Comps methodologies. The latter is shown in the next slide just for reference, not being reflected in the Fairness Opinion Letter  Although the Acquisition Multiple derived valuation had the merit of considering only mid-sized EV companies that manufactured primarily PTA, PET and/or DTY (like PQS), its drawback was that the companies acquired had more mature businesses than PQS (higher utilization capacity) and more product diversification. As such, this methodology did not yield results as reliable as the DCF  The Trading Multiple analysis was considered to be the weakest valuation methodology for PQS. Despite being part of the same broad global sector, the listed polyester companies have larger scale than the latter, more mature businesses, more product diversification, and cover a larger target market. As such, they should trade with a premium to PQS’ fundamental (DCF-based) value

 The DCF-derived Equity Value for PQS was determined to be between US$275 million and US$316 million (please refer to the next slide for a quantitative analysis), split as:  Suape: US$168 million to US$193 million  Citepe: US$107 million to US$123 million

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Executive Summary Summary of Valuation Methodologies (as detailed in the previous and next slides)

PQS Equity Value (US$ million) Offer: $380

DCF-derived range

EV/EBITDA 17E(1)

Considerations

6.9x

($330/ton)

Considering a range of:

Discounted Cash Flow

4.9x

(the only methodology that fully captures PQS’ value)

M&A Comps Analysis (EV/EBITDA)

Trading Comps Analysis (EV/EBITDA)

(1)

275 ($239/ton)

4.8x

316

WACC: 10.5% - 11.5% (USD real terms)



Terminal Growth: 0.0%



Value range was derived from the median multiple of 5.8x +/- 1.0x EV/EBITDA LTM



Just for reference (see comments in slide 08)



Value range was derived from the comparables median multiple of 7.8x +/- 1.0x EV/EBITDA 2017E



Just for reference (see comments in slide 08)

($275/ton)

264

375

($230/ton)

6.8x

5.6x



6.8x

($326/ton)

375

($326/ton)

Considers Adjusted EBITDA of US$55.1 million for 2017, please refer to the appendix for more details.

485

8.8x

($422/ton)

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Executive Summary Discounted cash flow analysis was considered to be the only methodology that fully captures PQS' fundamental equity value, in light of the ongoing ramp-up of its operations and the lack of international traded peers of equivalent size and scope of operations Description

Discounted Cash Flow Analysis (the only methodology that fully captures PQS’ value)

Peer Group Acquisition Multiple Analysis (M&A Comps)

Considerations

 Discounted Cash Flow Analysis based on the Company’s Business Plan and information provided by Petrobras, including price, volume, capex and opex assumptions, among others  Discounts the projected cash flows by the weighted average cost of capital (“WACC”), in real terms

 Based upon the multiples observed in strategic transactions involving petrochemical producers and especially those primarily focused on the production of PTA, PET and/or DTY  As past transaction manufacturers were though not always limited to PTA, PET and/or DTY, their median multiple range resulted overstated to evaluate PQS

 It captures changes in the sector and in the Company’s short and long term performance through out the projected period  Free Cash Flow to Firm (“FCFF”) was considered as the most suitable valuation method, given the Company’s capital structure changes over time

 It reflects prices paid in M&A transactions for assets in the Company’s sector globally, considering the lack of comparable domestic transactions  PQS’ projected 2020 EBITDA was considered (maturity of operations), discounted by WACC to 2017, which was compared to PQS’ EV in that year(1)

 Based on the peer group trading multiples of global companies acting in petrochemicals (PTA, PET and DTY) Peer Group Trading Multiple Analysis

 The companies identified, though, had a larger scale of operations, higher capacity utilization (in the initial years), broader product diversification and covered a large Market spectrum than PQS  Multiples based on the average of equity research analysts’ projections for 2017

(1)

Please refer to the appendix for more details on the Adjusted EBITDA.

10

 It reflects the multiples of publicly-traded companies  No adjustments to reflect control premium or liquidity  PQS’ projected 2020 EBITDA was considered (maturity of operations), discounted by WACC to 2017, which was compared to PQS’ EV in that year (1)

II G5 Evercore Credentials

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G5 Evercore Credentials Sell Side

Advising

Advising Abengoa on the sale of transmission assets

Advised

On the valuation memorandum of Nansei Sekiyu K.K.

Advised

Advised

Exclusive Financial Advisor to BR Properties Board of Directors in the analysis of GP Investments and ADIA non-solicited acquisition offer

On the economic-financial analysis of: (i) Parnaíba Gás Natural S.A. (PGN), (ii) Cambuhy’s PGN stake (iii) and mandatory convertible debentures in Cambuhy’s shares

Advised

Advised

On the sale of On its sale to

to

Ongoing

2016

2016

2016

2015

2015

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

On the fairness opinion of Bacia de Bijupirá and Salema

On an appraisal report for Parnaíba I, Parnaíba II, and Parnaíba IV

On the sale of its equity interests in Natal and Brasília airports to

On the sale of its Brazilian operations of Arjo Wiggins for

On the fairness opinion concerning the fair value of the 3 gas-fired plants Parnaíba I, Parnaíba II, and Parnaíba IV

On the sale of its coffee assets to

2015

2015

2015

2015

2014

2014

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

On the sale of its hotel assets to

On its sale to

On its sale to

On its sale to

On its sale to

On the sale of its Brazilian operations to

BK Brasil S.A. Master Franqueado Burger King Corporation - Brasil

2014

2014

2013

2013 12

2012

2012

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G5 Evercore Credentials Buy Side

Advised

Restructuring

Advised

Advising

Advising

Fund Raising

Joint Venture

Advised

Advised

Subsidiary of

On the acquisition of

On the acquisition of a minority stake in

On its ~R$3.9 billion debt restructuring

On its ~R$2.3 billion debt restructuring

On the fund raising for the development of a real estate project

In forming a joint venture with

2015

2015

Ongoing

Advising

2015

2012

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

On the acquisition of

On the acquisition of

On the fund raising for the acquisition of

In forming a joint venture and fund raising with

2014

2012

Advised

Advised

On its ~R$4.1 billion debt restructuring

On its ~R$150 million debt restructuring

2014

2013

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

Advised

On the acquisition of

On its debt restructuring and sale to

On the acquisition of From

On its ~R$10 billion debt restructuring

2012

2016

Automation

2012

2013

13

On the fund raising for the development of Bossa Nova Mall Rio de Janeiro

2014

On its strategic partnership with

2010

III Industry Overview

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Industry Overview Overview of Polyester Production Chain Overview 

Product Descriptions

Purified Terephthalic acid (“PTA”) is obtained from the oxidation of paraxylene with acetic acid, and is used primarily in the manufacture of

Terephthalic Acid (PTA)

Raw material of textile polyester, PET and resins for several types of packaging, in addition to industrial fibers used in manufacturing tires, materials and equipment for the electrical, automotive and petroleum industries.

POY

Partially Oriented Yarn (“POY”) is the first yarn in the production of a polyester filament, mainly used as a raw material for the production of others Polyester Fibers, such as DTY

DTY

Draw Textured Yarn (“DTY”) processed POY which yields volume. Widely used in the clothing segment

FDY

Fully Drawn Yarn (“FDY”) possesses production process similar to POY. Smooth filament with specific applications in the textile industry, such as curtains and car seats

polyester (either resin called PET, fiber or film) 

PET resin is clear, shatter resistant polyester resin mainly used in Polyester Polymers and Filament

packaging. Although it differs in terms of the final processing and enduse applications, the production process is similar to that of polyester fibers 

Polyester Fibers are polymers made from PTA and Ethylene Glycol (“MEG”) (Continuous Process) or Dimethyl Terephthalate (“DMT”) and

Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)

MEG (Discontinuous Process), further processed into textile fibers. Polyester is the most used synthetic fiber in the world due to its low

PET clear, lightweight and shatter-resistant plastic for use in bottles and packaging of medication, cosmetics, personal hygiene and cleaning products

production cost and large range of uses

End Uses by Product

PTA

PET Polybutylene Terephthalate & Others 1%

Cosmetics 1%

DTY

Others 15%

Others 22%

Food 6%

Clothing 43% Bed&Bath 7%

Beverages 78% Polyester 99% Sources: Petrobras and IHS Energy Consulting.

15

Mattress 11% Decoration 17%

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Industry Overview Global Polyester Industry Overview 

Global Polyester Production Growth (mm ton)

Global PTA production has witnessed strong growth in the period

CAGRs

following the 2008 financial crisis with operating rates peaking above



2011-2016

2016-2020

2020-2024

90% levels. The global oversupply of PTA is expected by Petrobras’

PTA

4.5%

4.3%

3.8%

Management to be narrowed to a non-meaningful level over time

PET

4.2%

4.0%

3.4%

PET is forecasted to grow at approximately 4% per year throughout the

DTY

6.6%

6.1%

4.5%

78,7

next decade as the resin continues to gain ground in the food

67,9

packaging and bottles industries, replacing other packaging formats 

World consumption is expected to maintain 6% annual growth as 57,3

polyester fibers (namely DTY) continue to gain market share 

54,2

PTA, PET and DTY are considered to be very fragmented industries worldwide (please refer to the graphs below)

51,6

49,9

Principal Producers by Installed Capacity (2015E) PTA Yisheng PC

PET 11%

Xianglu PC

8%

Hengli

8%

Yisheng Dahua

8%

DAK Americas M&G Indorama Jiangsu

Reliance Industries BP

Tongxiang Tongkun

7%

6%

Zhejiang Xin Feng Ming

5%

Jiangsu Shenghong

4%

5%

4%

JBF Rak

4%

Sources: Petrobras and HIS Energy Consulting.

4%

Hengyi

3%

Jiangsu Hengli

3%

PTA

26,1

30

28,2

18

17,3

Reliance Industries

25,4

28

19,5

18,7

PET

24,7 20,4

21,3

2015E

2016E

DTY

4%

55% Others

23,8

21,8

5%

Octal Holdings

5%

37

7%

5%

Ibn Rushd Others

DTY

China Resources

5%

44,1

48,2

45,9

61%

Others

74%

2011A 16

2012A

2013A

2014A

2020E

2024E

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Industry Overview Global PET Capacity Landscape PET Capacity (mm ton) Total: 100%

6.9 21.6%

2.6 8.3%

1.6 5.1%

5.9 18.5%

14.8 46.5%

Nan Ya, 405 Alpha PET, 432

Other, 500

Other, 250 Other, 1,277 Other, 4,096

PetroquimicaSuape, 450

M&G, 193

75%

Polief, 210 Egyptian Indian Poly, 420

Indorama, 1,019

CEPSA Quimica, 220

Yizheng Chem., 490 Indorama, 230

Novapet, 225

Koeksan PET, 432

Far Eastern Group, 533

Indorama, 466

Shanghai Far Eastern, 573

Lotte Chemical, 541

Yisheng Dahua, 750 DAK Americas, 1,971

50%

Equipolymers, 336

AlkoNaphtha, 240

IVL Dhunseri PC, 626

Indorama, 993 Yisheng Hainan, 1,000

Lotte Chemicals UK, 360

Orion PET, 241

Ibn Rushd, 750 Zhejiang Zhink, 1,100

Jiangsu Chenxing, 1,200

25%

Octal Holdings, 950

JBF RAK LLC, 390 M&G, 2,625

China Resources, 1,600

Neo Group, 472 Reliance Industries, 980

Indorama, 420

Americas

Sources: IHS Energy Consulting.

Western Europe

Central Europe

Africa, India, Middle East

17

Jiangsu San Fang Xiang., 1,960

Rest of Asia (excl. India)

31.9 100%

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Industry Overview Brazilian Polyester Industry Brazilian Polyester Market Demand Growth (‘000 tpy) PTA PET DTY

Overview  

 

Demand for PTA, PET and DTY continues to grow in the Brazilian market, with growth rates projected to accelerate in the 2020-2024 period

CAGRs

The only local PTA producer installed in Brazil, PQS quickly assumed leadership in market share for the product, with the remaining demand satisfied by imports (mainly from Mexico, as a result of no import tariffs)

2011-2016

2016-2020

2020-2024

PTA

7.4%

1.2%

4.2%

PET

1.3%

2.8%

5.5%

DTY

3.9%

3.4%

3.5%

783

In the PET space, Italian Mossi & Ghisolfi (M&G), also present in the Port of Suape, leads with 76% market share in 2015

663 632

Local DTY demand continues to be met in large part by imports

Market Share by Product (2015) PET

PTA

6% 59%

606 600

DTY Other Local Players

Imports 10%

19%

742

501

515

465

458

492

466

23%

483 442

500

498

Imports 41%

PQS’ start of PTA production in Brazil (2013) followed Petrobras’ strategic decision to foster the revamp of the local textile industry (DTY, 2010), through a competitive vertically integrated operation. The PTA production capacity was then dimensioned to also stimulate competition and foster growth of the local PET market, reason why PQS’ PET business started operations only in 2014 Sources: Petrobras and IHS.

76%

M&G’s leading position reflects the Company’s earlier entry into the market (2007)

283

Imports 67%

219

209

The relevance of DTY imports in Brazil mirror the local textile industry dynamics, which production base historically moved out from Brazil to China, and, more recently, India and Vietnam. PQS inaugurated its first DTY production line in Brazil in 2010

241

247 222

221

2015E

2016E

182

PTA 2011A

18

PET 2012A

2013A

DTY 2014A

2020E

2024E

IV Company Overview

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Overview of PQS Overview  Founded in 2006 and originally included in the Growth Acceleration Program (“PAC”), launched by Federal Government, PQS is South America’s only integrated (PTA-PET) polyester producer and is a whollyowned subsidiary of Petrobras  PQS in turn is composed of two companies located in the Suape port in Pernambuco: Petroquímica Suape, which encompasses PQS’ terephthalic acid (“PTA”) production, and Companhia Integrada Têxtil de Pernambuco (“Citepe”), which manufactures polyethylene terephthalate (“PET”) and drawn textured yarn (“DTY”)

100%

100%

 Across its three industrial production units, PQS possesses installed capacities of 700 ktpy for PTA, 450 ktpy for PET and 90 ktpy for DTY  PQS was envisioned, together with Petrobras’ original partner, the Companhia Industrial Têxtil do Nordeste (Citene), as a means to stimulate the development of the polyester value chain in Brazil, initiating with the production of polyester for clothing (DTY) and subsequently integrating it backwards with PTA operations. Petrobras later acquired Citene’s 50% stake in PetroquímicaSuape and a 60% stake in Citepe

Company Timeline

Creation of PQS Project Envisioned as a JV with Citene, SOA scheduled for 2009

2006

Geographical Footprint

Citepe begins operations Company imports DTY input (POY) as PTA unit and polymer lines remain incomplete

2011

2008 Exit of Citene Petrobras acquires Citene’s stake as partner withdraws from project. SOA of 2010 is announced

Source: Petrobras (1): Suape R$1.0 bn and Citepe R$2.7 bn

Principal Write-off and PET and PTA Production Petrobras records PQS write-off of R$3.7 billion for PQS(1)

2014/15

2013 PTA Production Begins PTA industrial unit enters into operations in January

Fortaleza

PQS

2016

300km

Sales Process Announced Petrobras confirms beginning of exclusive negotiations with Alpek

20

Salvador

800km

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Overview of PQS Company Overview Operational Overview

PetroquímicaSuape and Citepe Facilities

 The PQS complex began operations in 2011 with the start-up of the DTY unit. PTA operations began at the beginning of 2013, with PET line C and B starting up in mid 2014 and 2015, respectively

PetroquímicaSuape

 The PET industrial facility possesses lines “B”, and “C”, which are operational PTA PLANT

 DTY: Line “A” is at approximately 45% completion1, but according to Petrobras management, it will not be concluded. The absence of line A will prevent the Company from realizing the full vertical integration originally envisioned at the time of projects’ planning (see slide 19)

(“Citepe”)

 This explains the difference in pattern of capacity utilization forecast for PTA and DTY facilities (see graphs below)

Production Phase-in and Capacity Utilization (%) PTA

PET (ktpy)

48%

57%

90

450

700 30%

DTY (ktpy)

n/a

12%

28%

13%

32%

21%

396 337

29

128

209

2013

Source: Company (1) As of March, 2016 (2) Not yet operational

2014

2015

Installed Capacity

2013

(2)

2014

19

12

54

2015

21

Installed Capacity

2013

2014

2015

Installed Capacity

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Company Overview Integration of PQS Operations1

Ethylene glycol (MEG)

Paraxylene (PX)

Input from Suppliers PQS Product Contingent on completion of Line A

PTA 700 ktpy

Imported Inputs

50% Intercompany 40% Domestic 10% International

Polymer Line A 240kty

Chips 30kty

FDY 20 kty

Polymer Line B & C

POY2 190 kty

DTY 90kty

PET 450kty

100% Domestic

Clients

Source: Company (1) Breakdown of products by market are estimates based upon the Company’s business plan (2) Currently imported for DTY production

70% Domestic 30% International

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Company Overview Combined Historical Financials1 Net Revenues (R$ mm)1

1.638 857

1.005

1.100

525

633 44

78

243

2012A

2013A

2014A

8 2012A

2013A

2014A

2015A

Gross Profit (R$ 1

2015A

243

633

52 44 8

525

78

857

1.005

2012A

2013A

2014A

2015A

mm)1 3

-2

(7)

(6)

(41)

-144

1

3

(7)

(202)

(144)

(6)

(141)

(6)

-202 (38.5%)

(16.8%)

(0.2%)

2012A

2013A

2014A

2015A

(15.1%)

2012A

(8.2%)

1.1%

(6.5%)

2013A

2014A

2015A

EBITDA (Exc.

(67) (238)

(2)

(41)

(43)

(209)

9.3%

(157)

603

(191)

(120)

Impairment)(1)

(143)

(153)

2013A

(157)

(238)

(191)

(165)

(143)

(153)

(381)

(344)

2013A

2014A

(120)

(277)

(2093.3%)

(45.3%)

(22.3%)

(6.6%)

2012A

2013A

2014A

2015A

(271.2%)

(183.8%)

2012A

2013A

(62.8%)

2014A

Margin Source: Petrobras (1) Includes intercompany sales transactions.

2012A

23

2014A

2015A

(R$ mm) (67) (165)

(231)

(26.0%)

2015A

2012A

2015A

V Discounted Cash Flow Analysis

V.a Summary Projections

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Summary Projections for Suape Macroeconomic Assumptions

GDP Growth Forecast (%)  Forecast based on Brazilian Central Bank estimates as of December 31, 2015

3,0% 1,8%

2,0%

2,0%

2,0%

2,0%

2,0%

2,0%

2,0%

2,0%

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2040E

1,0%

0,1%

(3,0%) (3,8%) 2013A

2014A

2015A

2016E

2017E

FX Rate Forecast (BRL/USD, average of year)  FX projected in real terms as of December 31, 2015

3,90

3,98

4,01

3,89

3,77

3,77

3,77

3,77

3,77

3,77

3,77

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2040E

3,23 2,20

2,35

2013A

2014A

2015A

Source: Brazilian Central Bank as of December 31, 2015.

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Summary Projections for Suape Projected PTA Volumes and Average Prices

PTA Volume Projections (’000 tons) 

With the expansion of M&G’s Corpus Christi, Texas – based unit by year-end 2016, Mexican PTA exports currently destined to both the American and Brazilian markets will likely be absorbed by the former, leaving M&G Brazil more dependent on PQS’s domestically produced PTA



Prices for PTA exports destined for DAK Argentina’s Zarate facility are expected to become competitive in 2018, supporting international volumes



M&G’s share in the PET business should be eroded up to a certain point, as local clients avoid overdependance upon a single PET supplier. This should drive PTA demand



Additional volumes related to the maturing of Citepe’s PET business drive intercompany segment growth, with total volumes nearing capacity by 2025

349 133

405 71 217

168 48

118

2014

2015

578 72

610 72

621 72

628 72

660 72

670 72

672 72

672 72

417 10 181

448

562 72

216

216

216

241

242

242

211

210

241

225

226

238

265

297

323

333

340

347

357

358

358

2016

2017

2018 2019 Intercompany

2020 Domestic

2022 Resale

2023

2024

2025

2040

2021 International

PTA Average Prices (US$ / ton) 

Both international and domestic PTA pricing follow foreign indexes, and a gradual improvement in international spreads is assumed according to market intelligence provided by PQS and Petrobras



Positive price trend is driven principally by the gradual recovery in crude oil prices, as well as improved economics as the market’s current oversupply gradually shades 1.081 1.067 993

2014

889

924

953

958

943

946

956

956

839 793

874

904

910

898

910

822

848

852

840

899 845

910

809 769

854

854

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2040

840

797 707

737 736

767 681

703 658

700

2015

2016

2017

Domestic Source: Petrobras

International 27

Intercompany

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Summary Projections for Suape Net Revenues and EBITDA

Projected Net Revenues (US$ million)

365 51 132

568

577

599

610

618

618

540

459

492

282

301

309

311

321

326

326

291

322

214

249

90 48

159

166

55

57

59

61

61

61

61

61

61

181

173

128

155

189

187

199

206

207

227

228

231

231

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2040

96% Utilization

96% Utilization

37

37

311

6

Domestic

International

Intercompany

Resale

Projected EBITDA (US$ million)  2023 and 2024 impacted by transfering of tax benefit (Prodepe) from Citepe to Suape 84% Utilization

57% Utilization

(7%) (22%) -21

-81 2014 Source: Petrobras

2015

(3%)

(1%)

-10

-3

2016

2017

63

62

27

30

33

15 3%

24 5%

5%

5%

6%

10%

10%

6%

6%

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2040

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Summary Projections for Citepe Projected PET Volumes and Average Prices

PET Volume Projections (‘000 tons)  Assumed steady growth in market share, reaching 50% (ex - resin imports) by year-end 2018, principally as a function of eroding competitor M&G’s share  Company defends growth rates by referencing PQS’ rapid expansion to 36% market share since initiating operations and the opportunity to attract several clients whose contracts with competitors are set to expire  Exports are mainly to Colombia (35%), Argentina (30%) and Uruguai (12%) 305 133 168 2014

2015

397

405

413

426

428

120

126

126

126

126

115

115

283

315

78

84

102

205

231

251

264

271

279

287

299

311

312

161 2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2040

254 142 51 91

384

425

353

96

Domestic

International

Others

PET Average Prices (US$ / ton)  Both international and domestic PET pricing follow foreign indexes, and a gradual improvement in international spreads is assumed in conformity with market intelligence provided by PQS and Petrobras 1.263

1.304

1.341

1.351

1.351

1.344

1.349

1.349

1.290

1.306

1.306

1.298

1.305

1.305

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2040

1.185

958

1.018

1.163

1.219

1.254

1.011 903 2016

2017

2018

2019

2020 Domestic

Source: Petrobras

International 29

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Summary Projections for Citepe Projected DTY Volumes and Average Prices

DTY Volume Projections (‘000 tons)  Moderation of DTY volumes due to: (i) challenging pressure from lower-cost exports originating in Asia; (ii) originally planned price-efficient production method will not be achieved, since the vertical integration with the PTA production will not be completed. As a result, Citepe should keep importing POY (see slide 19), which basically eliminates Citepe’s competitive advantage on DTY 27 20 15

2014

2015

2016

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

13

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2040

DTY Average Prices (US$ / ton)  Citepe only markets DTY in Brazil 2.279

2.340

2.366

2.354

2.338

2.320

2.334

2.334

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2040

2.189 1.993 1.728

2016 Source: Petrobras

2017

2018

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Summary Projections for Citepe Net Revenues and EBITDA (PET and DTY)

Projected Net Revenues (US$ million)

472 401

103 32 71 2014

196 49 147 2015

263 82

314

98

124

557

572

583

596

601

601

526

163

165

165

164

150

150

151

79

181

235

303

2016

2017

2018

347

375

394

408

418

433

451

451

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2040

95% Utilization1

95% Utilization1

Domestic

International

Projected EBITDA (US$ million)  EBITDA decrease in 2023 could be explained by the end of tax benefit (Prodepe) 78% Utilization1 28% Utilization1

(26%) (63%) -65 2014

42

48

52

55

23 (12%)

31

25

28

28

(1%) -2

6%

9%

9%

9%

10%

5%

4%

5%

5%

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2040

-31 -51 2015

2016

Source: Petrobras (1) Refers to PET capacity utilization. DTY utilization was 21.1% in 2015 and is approximately13.8% after 2016

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V.b Discounted Cash Flow

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Discounted Cash Flow Analysis Initial Considerations  Discounted cash flow methodology  Projection of the Company’s future cash flows, in real US$ terms, based on the assumptions provided by PQS and Petrobras Methodology

 Projection of unlevered cash flows (FCFF), discounted by the weighted average cost of capital to calculate the net present value ─ Explicit projection period (up until 2040) in addition to terminal value  Valuation considering the Company as a stand-alone entity, i.e. excluding any potential benefits or impacts, be them of an operating, financial, tax, environmental, or any other nature, if any, after the conclusion of the acquisition

Discounted Cash Flow

 Currency:

United States Dollars (US$)

 Valuation date base:

December 31, 2015

 Explicit period of projection:

25 years (December 31, 2015 to December 31, 2040)

 Operating assumptions:

Base case and guidance provided by Management

 Cash flow:

Midpoint of each period (“mid-year convention”) and discounted in real US$ terms

 Weighted Average Cost of Capital:

11.03% in real US$ terms

 Terminal Value:

Perpetuity calculation based on the Gordon Method. No real growth assumed in perpetuity, as no further expansion in installed capacity is forecasted

 Slight improvement in technical indexes of chemical inputs across all three product groups (PTA, PET, DTY)  Approximately 50% market share in PET in Brazil by the end of 2018, in conformity with the identifiable strategic commercial opportunities associated to the expiry of significant PET supply contracts currently held by competitor M&G  Continuity of DTY business

Considerations

 Projections assume:  The Brazilian PET market would not be sizeable enough to absorb an additional player1, while the developed economies in South America’s Pacific Coast (Chile, Colombia, and Peru) are efficiently served by Asian imports  The main entry barriers for the polyester market in Brazil are: (i) scale (if scale is capped by market size/potential, on the other hand a minimal scale2 is required to yield a profitable textile operation); (ii) product approvals (particularly for PET) and potential clients’ own internal approval processes, which were informed to be restrictive and long lasting

Notes: (1) Current Brazilian market demand is estimated by Petrobras’ management to be equivalent to approximately 520 ktpy. PQS, which holds only 19% market share (see slide 18), possesses 450 ktpy of installed capacity; (2) Not yet achieved by PQS.

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Discounted Cash Flow Analysis Main Assumptions Repequim  Company pays reduced PIS/Cofins rates applicable to acquisition of Paraxylene (PX) (1% until 2015 end, 3% in 2016, 5% in 2017 and 5.6% from 2018 on) and receives a tax credit of 9.25%  Company can compensate its credits receiving cash or other tax deductions (IRPJ, IRRF, CSLL, PIS/COFINS and IPI) Prodepe Main Fiscal Benefits

 Company receives credit for ICMS every year based on a percentage of its ICMS payables according to the table below:

 Suape, 2023 and 2024 and 70% of tax credit  Citepe, until 2022 and 85% of tax credit Sudene  Company has the right to use SUDENE tax benefit, which grants a 75% reduction over Company’s Income Rate. In order to use this benefit, PQS should file a request until 31/12/2018 (benefit’s term is 10 years)

Sales and Pricing  Sales and production volume assumptions were based on management guidance through 2025, and subsequently held constant;  Pricing methodology was based on management guidance, with the exception of FX rate projections, which was considered based on current Brazilian Central Bank estimates; Capex General Assumptions

 Minimum capex, no facility modification / capex for improvements, only essential repairs associated to planned production stops

Working Capital  Accounts receivable, payable and inventories cycles, as per management guidance and in line with historical figures; Corporate Tax and NOLs  PQS has a large stock of Accumulated Losses in its Balance Sheet, which, according to the Brazilian Law, is deductible for tax purpose

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Discounted Cash Flow Analysis PetroquímicaSuape - DCF Unlevered Free Cash Flow

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2030E

2035E

2040E

T. Value

291

322

459

492

540

568

577

599

610

618

618

618

618

618

(71.0%)

10.4%

42.7%

7.3%

9.7%

5.1%

1.7%

3.7%

1.8%

1.3%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

(All in US$mm, except where noted)

Revenues

US$mm

% Growth

%

EBITDA

US$mm

% Margin

%

EBIT

(10)

(3)

15

24

27

30

33

63

62

37

37

37

37

37

(3.4%)

(0.9%)

3.3%

4.8%

5.1%

5.4%

5.7%

10.5%

10.2%

6.0%

6.0%

6.0%

6.0%

6.0%

US$mm

(38)

(30)

(12)

(5)

(2)

1

3

33

32

7

6

34

33

33

(-) Taxes

US$mm

0

0

0

0

0

(0)

(0)

(4)

(3)

(1)

(1)

(4)

(4)

(4)

NOPAT

US$mm

(38)

(30)

(12)

(5)

(2)

1

3

29

29

6

5

30

30

30

(+) D&A

US$mm

28

27

27

28

30

30

30

30

30

30

31

4

4

4

(-) WC

US$mm

(2)

(3)

(22)

(4)

(6)

(3)

(1)

(3)

(1)

(1)

0

0

0

0

(-) Capex

US$mm

(2)

(9)

(2)

(4)

(2)

(5)

(2)

(5)

(2)

(5)

(4)

(4)

(4)

(4)

FCFF

US$mm

(14)

% Growth

%

DCF Summary

USD Million

Projected Flow Terminal Value

159.5 (1)

19.8

Enterprise Value

15

20

23

29

51

55

30

33

30

30

30

(263.9%)

32.7%

15.6%

30.8%

74.0%

7.4%

(45.4%)

0.1%

(0.5%)

(0.2%)

0.0%

Discount Rate (USD real terms) WACC Terminal Growth

11.03% 0.00%

0.0

Equity Value

(1) (2)

(9) (38.5%)

179.3

(-) Net Debt (2)

EV/Capacity (PTA)

(15) 6.8%

179.3

US$/ton

256.2

Perpetuity calculation based on the Gordon Method. No real growth assumed in perpetuity. Assuming debt free and cash free deal.

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Discounted Cash Flow Analysis Citepe - DCF Unlevered Free Cash Flow

2016E

2017E

2018E

2019E

2020E

2021E

2022E

2023E

2024E

2025E

2030E

2035E

2040E

T. Value

263

314

401

472

526

557

572

583

596

601

601

601

601

601

19.5%

27.6%

17.7%

11.5%

5.9%

2.7%

1.8%

2.3%

0.8%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

(All in US$mm, except where noted)

Revenues

US$mm

% Growth

%

EBITDA

US$mm

% Margin

%

EBIT

(31)

(2)

23

42

48

52

55

31

25

28

28

28

28

28

(11.7%)

(0.7%)

5.7%

8.9%

9.1%

9.3%

9.6%

5.4%

4.2%

4.7%

4.7%

4.7%

4.7%

4.7%

US$mm

(51)

(22)

3

21

26

30

33

9

3

6

5

4

24

24

(-) Taxes

US$mm

0

0

(1)

(8)

(10)

(11)

(12)

(3)

(1)

(2)

(2)

(1)

(9)

(9)

NOPAT

US$mm

(51)

(22)

2

13

17

19

21

6

2

4

3

3

16

16

(+) D&A

US$mm

20

20

20

21

22

22

22

22

22

22

23

24

4

4

(-) WC

US$mm

(8)

(10)

(5)

(17)

(8)

(4)

(3)

1

(2)

(0)

0

0

0

0

(-) Capex

US$mm

(2)

(9)

(2)

(4)

(2)

(5)

(2)

(5)

(2)

(5)

(4)

(4)

(4)

(4)

FCFF

US$mm

(41)

% Growth

%

DCF Summary

USD Million

Projected Flow Terminal Value

103.9 (1)

10.4

Enterprise Value (-) Net Debt

13

29

32

38

24

20

21

22

23

16

16

(12.3%)

119.5%

12.0%

17.2%

(37.3%)

(15.1%)

2.5%

0.3%

0.3%

(0.3%)

0.0%

Discount Rate (USD real terms) WACC Terminal Growth

11.03% 0.00%

0.0

Equity Value

(1) (2)

15 (172.3%)

114.3

(2)

EV/Capacity (PET)

(21) (49.4%)

114.3

US$/ton

254.0

Perpetuity calculation based on the Gordon Method. No real growth assumed in perpetuity. Assuming debt free and cash free deal.

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Discounted Cash Flow Analysis Analysis of EV/EBITDA Multiple

Build up analysis for the EBITDA considered in the EV/EBITDA Multiple Analysis US$mm

Enterprise Value

US$mm

Suape

179.3

Citepe

114.3

Total EV

293.6

NPV Adj. EBITDA

55.1

EV / NPV EBITDA 2017

5.3x

5.3x EV/EBITDA 2017E 48

75

(20)

(1)

WACC 11.03%

55

27

EBITDA 2020 (Suape)

(1)

EBITDA 2020 (CItepe)

EBITDA 2020 discounted by the WACC rate (3 years period)

Total EBITDA

37

Adj. EBITDA 2020

NPV Adj. EBITDA 2017

VI Trading and Acquisition Comparables

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Peer Group Trading Multiple Analysis (1) Peer Trading Group Share Price (In USD, except for local per share figures)

Country

Local

EV/

$

% of 52Week High

Equity Value USD mm

31/12/2015

Enterprise Value USD mm

EBITDA LTM

2016E

2017E

PTA, PET, and Polyester-focused ALPEK, S.A.B. de C.V.

Mexico

MXN

24.2

1.4

90%

2,974

3,858

5.5x

5.1x

4.8x

Far Eastern New Century Corporation

Taiwan

TWD

25.8

0.8

75%

4,179

10,286

10.5x

10.8x

9.5x

Thailand

THB

21.3

0.6

75%

2,846

5,159

9.5x

7.7x

6.7x

India

INR

1,014.6

15.3

95%

49,630

64,521

9.0x

9.6x

8.9x

Mean

8.6x

8.3x

7.5x

Median

9.3x

8.7x

7.8x

Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited Reliance Industries Limited

Multiples considered Diversified Chemicals Braskem S.A.

Brazil

BRL

26.2

8.1

88%

6,119

15,074

4.3x

4.2x

4.5x

Formosa Petrochemical Corp.

Taiwan

TWD

100.5

3.2

91%

30,440

30,049

9.9x

10.6x

12.4x

LyondellBasell Industries N.V.

United States

USD

78.5

78.5

81%

31,970

39,435

6.5x

5.8x

6.0x

Eastman Chemical Co.

United States

USD

71.3

71.3

90%

10,457

17,009

8.0x

8.0x

7.6x

Lotte Chemical Corporation

South Korea

KRW

291,500.0

255.2

82%

8,746

10,416

4.8x

4.1x

4.3x

Japan

JPY

470.0

4.6

86%

4,562

8,559

7.4x

7.2x

6.6x

United States

USD

53.1

53.1

93%

59,579

79,296

8.9x

8.2x

7.7x

Mean

7.1x

6.9x

7.0x

Median

7.4x

7.2x

6.6x

Mean Median

7.7x 8.0x

7.4x 7.7x

7.2x 6.7x

Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. The Dow Chemical Company

Source: Capital IQ, Company Filings Note: (1) Although we indentified above the main listed chemical companies in the world, we considered only the PTA, PET and polyester enterprises as relevant Trading Comparables, since their product portfolios are the ones that best resemble PQS’.

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Peer Group Acquisition Multiple Analysis Date Announced

Acquiror

Country

2015

Indorama

United States

2014

Indorama

Thailand

2014

Indorama

2014 2011

Description

Seller

Implied EV (US$ mm) EBITDA Multiple

EV/ Capacity (US$ mm / ton)

1mtpy PET Facility located in Decatur, Alabama

BP

460

6.0x

460

105ktpy PTA facility

Bangkok Polyester

N/A

5.3x

N/A

Turkey

130 ktpy facility

Artenius

45

5.6x

346

M&G International S.a.r.l

Brazil

Acquisition of the remaining 2.89% stake

M&G Poliéster S.A

N/A

9.6x

N/A

Alpek

United States

PTA/PET facilities with 1,275 ktpy capacity in USA

Eastman Chemical Co.

622

6.6x

488

2011

Alpek

United States

430 ktpy PET facility in USA

Wellman

185

5.3x

430

2011

Alpek

Argentina

16ktpy rPET facility located in Argentina

Cabelma

N/A

N/A

N/A

2011

Indorama

Ireland

Wellman International rPET facility

Aurelius AG

57

6.4x

N/A

2011

Indorama and Sinterama

Germany and Poland

75% stake in 120 ktpy polyester facility

Trevira GmbH

56

N/A

463

2010

Indorama

Poland and Indonesia

Polish and Indonesian PET and Polyester Capacity of 226 and 110 ktpy

SK Chemicals

60

N/A

N/A

2010

Indorama

United States and Mexico

PET (880 ktpy) and Polyester (125ktpy) Assets

INVISTA

246

N/A

N/A

2010

Indorama

China

PET (276 ktpy) and Polyester (130ktpy) Assets

Guangdong Shinda

48

N/A

N/A

2010

Indorama

Thailand

Increased stake in TPT Petrochem from 54.7% to 99.9%

TPT Petrochemicals

215

N/A

N/A

Average

204

6.2x

422

Median

185

5.8x

445

Sources: Capital IQ, Company Filings

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VII Appendix

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Appendix – WACC WACC (US$ real)

WACC (US$ nominal)

Long Term Inflation (2.2%)5

11.03%

13.47%

Cost of Equity

Target Capital Structure 10% Debt / 90% Equity8

US$ (Ke)

Cost of Debt US$ (Kd)

9.32%

13.93%

Risk Free Rate¹

Market Premium²

Relevered Beta³

Country Risk

2.20%

7.00%

0.98x

4.84%6

Unlevered

Tax Rate

15.25%7

Pre-tax Cost of Debt8

Beta4

11.0%

0.90x

Cost of Debt

Cost of Equity Notes: 1 12-month-average yield to maturity of the 10-year US Treasury Bond, as of January 4, 2016 2 Differential of the historical arithmetic mean of returns from 1926 to 2014 between the S&P 500 and US Treasury Bonds. Source: Ibbotson 2015 3 Relevered beta assuming a tax rate of 34.0% and the Company’s target capital structure (Debt / Total Capitalization) identified above 4 Based on the average unlevered adjusted Betas from peer companies. Source: Thomson Reuters 5 Considering long term inflation of 2.20% in the USA (source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics) 6 Considering the 5-year Sovereign (Brazil) Credit Default Swap (“CDS”) as of December 31, 2015 7 Considering SUDENE impact of 75% decrease in the Corporate Tax (25%) and no impact in CSLL 8 Please refer to next slide for details.

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PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Appendix – Financing Cost Rating Overview

Expected Cost of Debt for PQS (USD)

Investment Grade



Moody's

S&P

Fitch

Aaa

AAA

AAA

Aa1

AA+

AA+

Aa2

AA

AA

Aa3

AA-

AA-

A1

A+

A+

A2

A

A

A3

A-

A-

Baa1

BBB+

BBB+

Baa2

BBB

BBB

Baa3

BBB-

BBB-

Ba1

BB+

BB+

Ba2

BB

BB

Ba3

BB-

BB-

B1

B+

B+

B2

B

B

B3

B-

B-

Additionally to 8.5% (USD), was assumed some adjusments to reflect the current leverage capabilities of PQS:  +0.5% due to rating downgrade to benchmark Petrobras (i.e.: “B” area)  +0.5% new issuer premium (first time accessing Debt Capital Markets)  +1.0% size and illiquidity premium (issuance below US$ 500mn)  + 0.5% no rating for PQS (issuance estimated to be an unrated privated placement)  Final cost of debt: 11.0% (USD) area  Based on this estimated long term marginal cost of debt, and the forecasted positive EBIT for Suape (starting in 2021) and Citepe (starting in 2018), we estimate that PQS could raise new debt, in the future (not in the short term), on the basis of its own balance sheet. This results in 10% of debt in the target capital structure. Maturity above 10 years Average YTW: 8.5% (p.y. USD)

Speculative Grade

YTM - Petorbras USD Bonds

Caa1

CCC+

CCC

7,3% 7,4%

8,5% 8,6% 8,5%

8,7% 8,1%

6,7% 6,7% 6,1% 6,1% 4,4%

3,8%

3,2% 3,0%

Fev/17 2

3 Mar/18 4

Mar/17

5 Jan/19 6

Dec/18

Maturity Date

Sources: Bloomberg as of November 11, 2016.

7,8% 8,0%

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7 Jan/20 8

Mar/19

9 Jan/21 10 11 May/23 12 13 May/26 14 15 Jan/41 16 17 Mai/44 18

Mar/20

May/21

Mar/24

Jan/40

Mai/43

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Appendix Petroquimica Suape Historical Financial Highlights – Balance Sheet

Assets

Liabilities

(R$mm, except where mentioned) 2013

2014

2015

2013

Current Assets

2014

2015

Current Liabilities

Cash and Equivalents

136

4

8

Accounts Receivable

117

120

207

Short - Term Debt

Recoverable Taxes

43

124

261

Taxes Payable

Inventory

90

139

135

Other Current Liabilities

7

13

85

392

400

696

Other Current Assets Total Current Assets

Suppliers

Total Current Liabilities

63.0

95.5

107.4

264.5

324.2

408.6

1.9

1.9

1.9

68.5

56.8

150.6

398

478

669

Non-Current Liabilities Non-Current Assets PP&E

Long - Term Debt 3,282

2,448

1,943

36

19

11

258

218

101

60

2

2

Total Non-Current Assets

3,637

2,687

2,057

Total Assets

4,029

3,087

2,752

Intangibles Recoverable Taxes Other Non-Current Assets

Source: Financial Statements as audited by PwC. (1) Impairment in 2014: R$677 mm and 2015: R$412 mm

Advance for Capital Increase Provisions Total Non-Current Liabilities

1,921.6

1,665.9

1,415.5

210.0

165.0

257.1

0.6

1.9

7.8

2,132

1,833

2,441.5

2,968.9

1,680

Shareholders Equity Common Stock

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Retained Earnings

(942.7)

Total Liabilities & Equity

4,029

(1)

(2,193.0) 3,087

3,403.9 (3,000.6) 2,752

(1)

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Appendix Petroquimica Suape Historical Financial Highlights – Income Statement

Income Statement (All in R$ mm, except where mentioned)

2013

2014

2015

525

857

1,005

63.1%

17.4%

Gross Profit/(Loss)

(727) (202)

(1,001) (144)

(1,008) (2)

Gross Margin (%)

(38.5%)

(16.8%)

(0.2%)

OPEX

(187)

(243)

(174)

Impairment

(389)

(713) (1,100)

(412) (588)

(74.0%)

(128.4%)

(58.5%)

151 (238)

196 (904)

109 (478)

(45.3%)

(105.5%)

(47.6%)

(166.0)

(150.5)

(219.9)

0.0

0.0

0.0

(555)

(1,250)

(808)

Income Tax

0.0

0.0

0.0

Net Income

(555)

(1,250)

(808)

(105.6%)

(146.0%)

(80.3%)

Net Revenues Growth (%) Cost of Goods Sold

EBIT EBIT Margin (%) D&A EBITDA EBITDA Margin (%) Financial Result, net Non-Operating Income/(Loss) Pre-Tax Income

Net Margin (%)

Source: Financial Statements as audited by PwC

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PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Appendix Citepe Historical Financial Highlights – Balance Sheet

Assets

Liabilities

(R$mm, except where mentioned) 31/12/2013 31/12/2013

31/12/2014 31/12/2014

31/12/2015 31/12/2015

31/12/2013 31/12/2013

Current Assets 241.3

0.2

69.7

Accounts Receivable

25.8

47.5

123.9

Short - Term Debt

Recoverable Taxes

24.1

49.105

120.4

Taxes Payable

Inventory

79.2

246.7

209.2

Other Current Liabilities

Other Current Assets

19.2

33.1

68.1

390

377

591

Suppliers

Total Current Liabilities

Non-Current Assets PP&E Intangibles Recoverable Taxes Other Non-Current Assets

52.4

40.5

130.8

136.0

393.1

217.7

1.4

3.4

4.3

24.2

37.5

178.2

214

475

531

Non-Current Liabilities 4,358.9

2,117.3

1,725.9

5.3

1.1

0.8

271.4

272.6

178.6

32.7

3.0

9.7

Total Non-Current Assets

4,668

2,394

1,915

Total Assets

5,058

2,771

2,506

Long - Term Debt Advance for Capital Increase Provisions Total Non-Current Liabilities

1,394.1

1,046.0

928.8

945.0

196.0

474.3

1.0

1.8

6.3

2,340

1,244

1,409

3,045.9

4,250.9

Shareholders Equity Common Stock

Source: Financial Statements as audited by PwC. (1) Impairment in 2014: R$2.3 bn and 2015: R$370 mm

31/12/2015 31/12/2015

Current Liabilities

Cash and Equivalents

Total Current Assets

31/12/2014 31/12/2014

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Retained Earnings1

(542.2)

Total Liabilities & Equity

5,058

(1)

(3,198.4) 2,771

4,581.9 (1)

(4,016.0) 2,506

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL MATERIAL

Appendix Citepe Historical Financial Highlights – Income Statement Income Statement

2013

2014

2015

78

243

633

212.3%

160.5%

Gross Profit/(Loss)

(84) (6)

(240) 3

(674) (41)

Gross Margin (%)

(8.2%)

1.1%

(6.5%)

OPEX

(146)

(228)

(208)

Impairment

(153)

(2,359) (2,584)

(370) (620)

(196.4%)

(1063.4%)

(97.9%)

10 (143)

73 (2,512)

85 (535)

(183.8%)

(1033.6%)

(84.6%)

(68.5)

(85.9)

(209.7)

5.7

13.6

12.0

(216)

(2,656)

(818)

Income Tax

0.0

0.0

0.0

Net Income

(216)

(2,656)

(818)

(277.1%)

(1093.2%)

(129.2%)

(All in R$ mm, except where mentioned) Net Revenues Growth (%) Cost of Goods Sold

EBIT EBIT Margin (%) D&A EBITDA EBITDA Margin (%) Financial Result, net Non-Operating Income/(Loss) Pre-Tax Income

Net Margin (%)

Source: Financial Statements as audited by PwC

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