CHENIERE ENERGY, INC. February 20162016 CREDIT SUISSE ENERGY SUMMIT
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Our actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in these forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of factors, including those discussed in “Risk Factors” in the Cheniere Energy, Inc., Cheniere Energy Partners, L.P. and Cheniere Energy Partners LP Holdings, LLC Annual Reports on Form 10-K filed with the SEC on February 19, 2016, which are incorporated by reference into this presentation. All forward-looking statements attributable to us or persons acting on our behalf are expressly qualified in their entirety by these ”Risk Factors.” These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this presentation, and other than as required under the securities laws, we undertake no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements. 2
3 Cheniere LNG Platform Underway 31.5 mtpa Cash flows from fixed fees - ~$30B capital spend Significant investment in U.S. infrastructure annual fixed fees Stable cash flows underpinned by investment grade counterparties ~$4.3B ~87% Flexible, Scalable, Industry-leading platform currently under construction LNG volumes contracted Long term SPAs support debt service coverage 7 trains, design capacity of 4.5 mtpa each 20-year contracts with fixed fees, no price reopeners, and parent as counterparty or guarantor not tied to commodity prices
Executing on Strategy 4 Complete construction on 7 LNG trains on an accelerated basis, on time and on budget Transition to an operating company – Train 1 has begun producing LNG and the first LNG commissioning cargo is expected from Sabine Pass imminently Continue commercialization of additional LNG trains; focus on CCL Train 3 and SPL Train 6 Continue commercialization of excess LNG volumes available for Cheniere Marketing Seek additional growth initiatives with emphasis on value accretive projects and optimization of shareholder returns
Cheniere Projected Cash Flow Build-Up With 7 Trains Estimates based on fixed fees underpinned by 20-year “take-or-pay” style SPAs representing ~87% of design production capacity for seven Trains For inclusion of CMI sales, remaining capacity estimated to be sold based on estimated market spreads 5 * Represents expected cash flows from ownership in CQP and CQH, net of interest expense Note: See “Forward Looking Statements” Slide. For supplementary financial details, see slide 29. Cash flow build up scenario above assumes refinancing of SPL and CCH credit facilities with non-amortizing project bonds and remaining equity requirements funded by operating cash flow and cash on hand. Scenario which includes CMI sales assumes market spreads of $2.50. EBITDA, project EBITDA, pre-tax cash flow and pre-tax cash flow per share are non-GAAP measures. EBITDA is computed as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. We have not made any forecast of net income, which would be the most comparable financial measure under GAAP, and we are unable to reconcile differences between these forecasted non-GAAP measures and net income. Non-GAAP measures have limitations as an analytical tool and should not be considered in isolation or in lieu of an analysis of our results as reported under GAAP, and should be evaluated only on a supplementary basis. (1) Assumes ~277 million CEI shares outstanding – assumes conversion of $1.0 billion PIK Convertible Notes due 2021 and $1.0 billion Senior Secured Convertible Notes due 2025 at $93.64/share. ($ in billions, except per share amounts) CQP (SPL T1-5/ SPLNG/CTPL) CCL CCL T1-2 CEI Standalone Project EBITDA to CEI (net of minority interests) $1.0* $1.3 $2.3 Plus: Management fees to CEI 0.1 Less: CEI G&A (0.3) CEI Standalone EBITDA $2.1 Less: CCL project interest expense (0.5) Less: CEI-level interest expense (0.0) Pre-tax CEI cash flow $1.6 Pre-tax CEI cash flow per share $5.80(1) Pre-tax CEI cash flow per share (no CMI sales) $4.20(1)
Maintenance & Operating Cost Estimates Amounts above include all expected maintenance costs for SPL and CCL on a combined basis (operating and capex) averaged over 20 years; estimated costs are ~1.5% of the total EPC costs of the trains (industry norm) GE contracts covers highest risk components: turbines and compressor wear parts replaced every 6 years; SPL Trains 1-4 & CCL Trains 1-2 contracts in place, SPL Train 5 contract expected to be signed in 2016 • GE guarantees equipment performance and provides 24/7 monitoring services Property and equipment covered by comprehensive insurance to mitigate risk of expense due to damage, failure, natural disaster, etc. These expense estimates have been reviewed by the lenders’ independent engineer Cheniere staff at SPL includes LNG industry experience of 47 professionals from 20 operating liquefaction terminals worldwide: ~600 years of liquefaction experience on site 6 Maintenance Buildup for SPL (T1-5) and CCL (T1-2) Combined ($ in mm, includes escalation averaged over 20 years) Estimated Annualized Amount (Cash basis) Ongoing labor expense $ 40 GE contract(1) and other general maintenance contracts 150 Spare parts 30 Other vendor contracts / maintenance support 20 Capital maintenance budget 30 Total estimated annualized cash costs $270 Total as % of EPC capital costs ~1.5% (1) Estimate includes base cost, performance incentives, and escalation to 2020.
Cheniere Summary Organization 7 Cheniere Energy, Inc. (NYSE MKT: LNG) Sabine Pass LNG, L.P. (“SPLNG”) Sabine Pass Liquefaction, LLC (“SPL”) Cheniere Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE MKT: CQP) Cheniere Creole Trail Pipeline, L.P. (“CTPL”) Corpus Christi Liquefaction, LLC (“CCL”) Cheniere Marketing, LLC (“CMI”) Cheniere Energy Partners GP, LLC 100% Interest 100% Interest 100% Interest100% Interest Note: This organizational chart is provided for illustrative purposes only, is not and does not purport to be a complete organizational chart of Cheniere. (1) Blackstone’s reported ownership interest is based solely on ownership of Class B units. As Class B units accrete Blackstone will increase its ownership percentage, and the public and CQH will have reduced ownership percentages. Blackstone funds also own common units of CQP, details of which are disclosed on a Schedule 13D/A filed with the SEC on January 15, 2016. • Liquefaction facilities • 9 mtpa under construction • 4.5 mtpa under development • 10.1 Bcf of storage • 2 berths • Regasification facilities • 4.0 Bcf/d of capacity • 17.0 Bcf of storage • 2 berths • Liquefaction facilities • 22.5 mtpa under construction • 4.5 mtpa under development Cheniere Energy Partners LP Holdings, LLC (NYSE MKT: CQH) • 1.5 Bcf/d capacity for SPL • Provides gas supply for SPL 80.1% Interest 55.9% Interest (1) 2.0% Interest & Incentive Dist. Rights • Int’l LNG marketing • SPAs with SPL and CCL • LNG vessel charters Other Project Developments 100% Interest Blackstone (BX) 29.0% (1) Public 13.1% (1) Public 19.9%
Cheniere’s Key Businesses LNG Platform Developing/constructing LNG terminals located along Gulf of Mexico 7 Trains (31.5 mtpa) under construction; 2 Trains (9.0 mtpa) permitted, ready for commercialization Scalable platform SPL T1-5 and CCL T1-2 underpinned by long-term contracts with investment-grade counterparties featuring parent as counterparty or guarantor – ~87% of LNG design production capacity sold under SPAs Gas Procurement Providing feedstock to SPL and CCL for LNG production Securing redundant pipeline capacity ensures reliable gas deliverability Securing additional pipeline capacity upstream provides access to diverse supply sources Cheniere Marketing ~9 mtpa of LNG volumes expected to be available from SPL T1-6 and CCL T1-3 LNG sales provided to customers on a more customized basis, short, mid, and long-term LNG offered DAT or FOB, tied to indices such as Henry Hub, TTF and NBP LNG vessels chartered for DAT sales 8 Unmatched scale and first-mover advantage provide industry-leading platform for further asset integration
Cheniere LNG Platform Along Gulf Coast 9 Sabine Pass Liquefaction Project 6 train development – 27 mtpa (~3.8 Bcf/d in export capacity) Trains 2-5 are under construction Train 1 has begun producing LNG, first LNG commissioning cargo expected imminently Commissioning for Train 2 to commence in upcoming months Corpus Christi LNG Terminal 5 train development – 22.5 mtpa (~3.2 Bcf/d in export capacity) Trains 1-2 are under construction First LNG expected in late 2018
Aerial View of SPL Construction – February 2016 10 Train 1 Train 3 Train 4 Train 2 Train 5 Train 6 Under Development T1-2 Gas Meter T3-4 Gas Meter Propane Condenser Area Air CoolersT1 Methane Cold Box T1 Ethylene Cold Box
Aerial View of CCL Construction – February 2016 11 Train 1 Train 2 Tank A Tank C Train 3 Under Development Tank B Under Development
Cheniere LNG Projects: Attractive Features Cheniere LNG SPAs: LNG price tied to Henry Hub, offer destination flexibility, upstream gas procurement services included, no lifting requirements SPAs with investment grade off-takers featuring parent as counterparty or guarantor; HH + fixed fee pricing; no price reopeners, portion of fixed fee to escalate with inflation over time as described in each SPA EPC contractor: proven track record of execution; proven liquefaction technology 12 PT Pertamina (Persero) Endesa S.A. Iberdrola S.A. Gas Natural Fenosa Woodside Energy Trading Électricité de France EDP Energias de Portugal S.A. BG Gulf Coast LNG Gas Natural Fenosa GAIL (India) LimitedKorea Gas Corporation Total Gas & Power N.A. Centrica plc Corpus Christi Customers Sabine Pass Customers
Forecast Cheniere LNG Portfolio Summary 13 (1) Includes ~0.7 mtpa contract with CMI for Central El Campesino in Chile. Project FID pending. Trains under construction underpinned by long term SPAs Continuing commercialization of additional trains; FID for SPL Train 6 and CCL Train 3 expected upon, among other things, obtaining sufficient long term SPAs to underpin financing required and obtaining financing (permits already obtained) (in MTPA) SPL Trains 1-5 CCL Trains 1-2 Total Under Construction SPL Train 6 CCL Train 3 Total Portfolio Design Capacity 22.5 9.0 31.5 4.5 4.5 40.5 Under Construction 22.5 9.0 31.5 - - 31.5 LT SPAs sold to date (% sold) 19.8 (~88% sold) 7.7 (~86% sold) 27.4 (~87% sold) - 1.5 (1) 28.8 Excess Volumes/CMI 2.7 1.3 4.1 TBD TBD TBD
Estimated EBITDA forecast for CEI standalone based on addition of Train 8 (Corpus Christi Train 3) and Train 9 (Sabine Pass Train 6) 14 * Represents expected cash flows from ownership in CQP and CQH, net of interest expense. Note: See “Forward Looking Statements” Slide. For supplementary financial details, see slide 29 Cash flow build up scenario above assumes refinancing of SPL and CCH credit facilities with non-amortizing project bonds and remaining equity requirements funded by operating cash flow and cash on hand. Scenario assumes full utilization of capacity available and excess volumes sold by CMI at market spreads of $2.50. 8 train case assumes additional ~2.1MTPA of 20-year SPAs at $3.50/mmbtu on CCL Train 3; 9 train case assumes 1.5MTPA of 20-year SPAs at $3.50/mmbtu on SPL Train 6. EBITDA is a non-GAAP measure. EBITDA is computed as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. We have not made any forecast of net income, which would be the most comparable financial measure under GAAP, and we are unable to reconcile differences between forecasted EBITDA and net income. Non-GAAP measures have limitations as an analytical tool and should not be considered in isolation or in lieu of an analysis of our results as reported under GAAP, and should be evaluated only on a supplementary basis. Run-rate scenarios 7 trains 8 trains 9 trains SPL T1-5/6 and SPLNG/CTPL via GP/IDR and CQH $1.0* $1.0* $1.3* Management fees $0.1 $0.1 $0.1 CCL T1-2/3 $1.3 $2.0 $2.0 CMI profit share - - - Total $2.4 $3.1 $3.3 Less CEI G&A ($0.3) ($0.3) ($0.3) CEI Standalone EBITDA $2.1 $2.8 $3.0 Illustrative cash flow build-up ($ in billions) CEI Standalone EBITDA Forecast with Additional Trains
Gas Procurement: Sabine Pass Terminal Securing feedstock for LNG production with balanced portfolio approach • To date, have entered into term gas supply contracts with producers under 1-7 year contracts aggregating approximately 2 Tcf. • Supply contracts cover ~50% of the required daily load for Trains 1-4 at Sabine Pass • Pricing averages HH - $0.10 discount Redundant pipeline capacity helps ensure reliable gas deliverability • Secured firm pipeline transportation capacity of approximately ~4.2 Bcf/d of deliverability into Sabine Pass, or ~130% of the total load for Trains 1-5 Upstream pipeline capacity provides access to diverse supply sources • High degree of visibility into our ability to consistently deliver gas to Sabine Pass on a variable basis at Henry Hub flat 15
Gas Procurement: Corpus Christi Terminal 16 Shale Plays Basins NGPL Tennessee Gas HPL KM Tejas Oasis Enterprise Permian Basin Barnett Granite Wash Eagle Ford Haynesville Marcellus / Utica Corpus Christi Woodford CCL contracted long-term direct and upstream pipeline transport capacity for Trains 1 and 2 – Tennessee P/L: 0.3 Bcf/d – KM Tejas P/L: 0.25 Bcf/d – NGPL P/L: 0.385 Bcf/d – Transco P/L: 0.4 Bcf/d Negotiating with producers for term gas supply
Cheniere Marketing Scale for ~9 mtpa including LNG purchases from Cheniere terminals and elsewhere SPAs with SPL and CCL for all LNG volumes not sold to 3rd parties under SPAs Offering customized sales of LNG, optimizing sales from SPL and CCL terminals Chartered LNG vessels for DAT sales Developing complementary, high-value markets through small-scale asset investments Professional staff based in London, Houston, Washington, Santiago, and Singapore 17 SingaporeHouston, TX Santiago, Chile London, U.K. Washington, D.C. Chartered LNG Vessels SPA with SPL SPAs with CCL Platform for LNG sales - short, mid, long-term sales, FOB or DAT basis
Cheniere Marketing – Significant LNG Sales to Date Marketing Deals Entered Into Prior to 2015 EDF ENGIE El Campesino(1) (pending FID) Contracted Quantity ~150 MM MMBtus (42 cargoes) ~150 MM MMBtus (42 cargoes) ~222 MM MMBtus (12 cargoes per year) 32.3 MM MMBtus/year (~9 cargoes per year) Term of Contract 2016 - 2018 2016 - 2018 5 years(2018 – 2023) 20 years (starting in 2019) LNG Cost HH + fixed fee Price linked to TTF Price linked to European indices HH + fixed fee Delivery DAT / FOB DAT DAT DAT 18 CMI expected to have access to ~4.1 mtpa of LNG volumes once 7 trains are operational, ~213 Tbtu/year Significant portion of projected LNG available through 2018 already sold under deals transacted in 2014 and 2015 The El Campesino(1) SPA would represent ~17% of CMI’s projected LNG available from 7 Trains for 20 years; • SPA is pending FID of El Campesino power plant • HH + fixed fee pricing structure would provide visibility into profitability over 20-year contract term Additional opportunities • CMI evaluating opportunities on integrated gas-fired infrastructure projects (similar transactions to El Campesino) • Willing to invest capital to help develop new markets for LNG where Cheniere would be the LNG supplier (1) Project FID pending
Growth Projects ~$6B in near term major growth projects focused on expansions of liquefaction capacity Assessing additional project opportunities to drive future growth • Permitting process initiated for Corpus Christi Trains 4 & 5 • Domestic gas pipeline infrastructure opportunities • International infrastructure investments for projects where Cheniere would be the LNG supplier 19 Leverage core competencies – platform for future growth projects Growth Project Estimated Unlevered Costs Corpus Christi Train 3 ~$3B(1) Sabine Pass Train 6 ~$2.5B Total Growth Projects ready for commercialization ~$5.5B Estimated Combined Unlevered cost per tonne ~$610 (1) Based on current EPC contract.
0 100 200 300 400 500 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 m t p a U.S. to Become Third Largest LNG Supplier LNG demand expected to nearly double from 2015 to 2030 Supply-demand gap projected to open shortly after 2020 as trade grows and existing production declines in certain regions ~42 LNG trains(1) need to take FID by 2025 to meet forecasted demand through 2030 20 Sources: Cheniere interpretation of Wood Mackenzie data (Q4 2015) Qatar LNG trade forecasts Australia New supply ~180 mtpa Supply: existing and under construction USA 2015 to 2030 CAGR = 4.8% (1) Assuming 85% utilization of nameplate capacity ~211 mtpa of new liquefaction capacity would be required. 5 mtpa trains = 42 trains.
LNG Imports to 2030: Growing and Evolving Market Place 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 Bunkers Atlantic Europe N. America S. America 21 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 Bunkers Asia Middle East Other Asia China India JKT m t p a JKT China India Other Asia S. America Pacific Basin Forecast Atlantic Basin Forecast Source: Cheniere interpretation of Wood Mackenzie data (Q4 2015) Europe Bunkers Future growth from newer markets as traditional import markets mature Strong regional growth through 2030, a 4% CAGR Region accounts for 75% of imports by 2030 m t p a LNG will play a growing role in Europe as domestic production declines and buyers seek supply diversity Growing role for LNG in maritime transport in the region post-2020 based on marine ECAs ECA = Emissions Control Zone
2015 Global LNG Liquefaction Capacity: ~39 Bcf/d 22 United States 77 mtpa 77 mtpa Qatar Source: Wood Mackenzie H1 2015; Cheniere Research Figures represent nominal capacity per Wood Mackenzie’s data 2015 2025 2015 2025 2015 2025 MEG MEG Rest of World Includes Existing, Under Construction, and New Projects 2015: 180 mtpa 2025: 227 mtpa AB 2015 2025 AB PB PB 1.5 mtpa 36mtpa 89 mtpa AustraliaCheniere Sabine Pass T1-6 Corpus Christi T1-5 2025 64 mtpa under const. 31.5 mtpa under const . 84 mtpa ~50 mtpa U.S. to Be One of Top Three LNG Suppliers Projected Liquefaction Capacity
23 U.S. natural gas is one of the lowest cost sources of supply in the world U.S. liquefaction project costs are also significantly lower due to less project development needed Breakeven LNG price for Cheniere LNG export facilities is one of the lowest compared to other proposed LNG projects Cheniere Competitive Advantage: Low Cost Estimated breakeven LNG pricing range, Delivered Ex-Ship to Asia Source: Cheniere Research, Wood Mackenzie, company filings and investor materials. Note: Breakeven prices derived assuming unlevered after-tax returns of 10% on all projects over construction plus 20 years of operation at 90% utilization. Henry Hub at $3.00/MMBtu $7.50 $8.40 $8.80 $11.20 $11.80 $11.90 $8.50 $10.20 $14.70 $13.60 $13.20 $16.70 $5 $10 $15 $20 Cheniere Gulf Coast West Africa Southeast Asia East Africa Western Canada Northwest Australia L N G p r i c e s ( $ / M M B t u )
In 2015, imports to new LNG buyers helped offset import declines of traditional LNG buyers New markets, such as Egypt and Jordan, benefitted from installing FSRUs • FSRUs require lower upfront capital than traditional regasification facilities and have shorter lead times Over 30 new markets currently considering importing LNG • Declining domestic production • Fuel switching • Growing domestic demand 24 New Markets Present Demand Upside Potential New market Existing market Note: All individual country imports are shown as a net total. Source: Cheniere interpretation of IHS Waterborne data 24 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 E g y p t J o r d a n U n i t e d K i n g d o m I n d i a T h a i l a n d S p a i n B e l g i u m P a k i s t a n T a i w a n U n i t e d A r a b E m i r a t e s I t a l y I n d o n e s i a U n i t e d S t a t e s K u w a i t Tur k e y C h i l e L i t h u a n i a S i n g a p o r e P o r t u g a l C h i n a Net h erland s P o l a n d C a n a d a D o m i n i c a n R e p u b l i c G r e e c e I s r a e l P u e r t o R i c o M a l a y s i a F r a n c e A r g e n t i n a B r a z i l M e x i c o J a p a n S o u t h K o r e a mtpa Global LNG Import Variance (2015 vs. 2014) Net global imports increased ~ 8 mtpa in 2015
LNG Market Prices Profitable for Cheniere As shown in sensitivity table above, Cheniere can profitably sell excess LNG available into key demand centers even in periods of lower market prices If LNG prices remain at lower levels, we would expect global LNG demand to increase, thus signaling the need for more liquefaction projects Cheniere positioned as a low-cost supplier 25 Cheniere can profitably sell excess LNG volumes at lower prices Market price sensitivity Europe LNG Sale Price ($/MMBtu) $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 $8.00 Implied margin $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 Asia LNG Sale Price ($/MMBtu) $6.00 $7.00 $8.00 $9.00 Implied margin $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 Assumes Henry Hub price of $3.00/MMBtu, shipping cost to Europe of $0.50/MMBtu and shipping cost to Asia of $1.50/MMBtu.
In Summary First Train at SPL construction complete, expect first LNG commissioning cargo imminently Second Train at SPL commissioning expected to commence in upcoming months, with remaining three Trains at SPL to commence on a staggered basis CCL Trains 1&2 construction progressing on time and on budget based on accelerated schedule Visible cash flows for 20 years based on ~87% capacity for seven Trains sold under LT SPAs Limited exposure to commodity price fluctuations due to highly contracted cash flow profile underpinned with fixed fees Cheniere excess volumes available (sold by Cheniere Marketing) remain profitable in key LNG demand centers despite broad weakness in commodity markets; substantial portion of LNG volumes available through 2018 already sold 7 Trains commercialized and 2 additional Trains fully permitted and being commercialized – Cheniere positioned to grow as low-cost provider to market with projected growing demand Leverage core competencies to develop additional projects with emphasis on value accretive projects and optimization of shareholder returns 26
CHENIERE ENERGY, INC. APPENDIX
Cheniere’s Debt Summary – February 2016 28 Cheniere Energy, Inc. (NYSE MKT: LNG) Cheniere Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE MKT: CQP) Sabine Pass LNG, L.P. (SPLNG) Total TUA (1 Bcf/d) Chevron TUA (1 Bcf/d) SPL TUA (2 Bcf/d) Sr Secured Notes $1,666 due 2016 (7.50%) $420 due 2020 (6.50%) ($ in millions) Cheniere Marketing, LLC (CMI) Trains 1-5 Debt $4,600 Credit Facilities due 20201 $2,000 Notes due 2021 (5.625%) $1,000 Notes due 2022 (6.250%) $1,500 Notes due 2023 (5.625%) $2,000 Notes due 2024 (5.750%) $2,000 Notes due 2025 (5.625%) $1,200 Working Capital Facility due 20202 Sabine Pass Liquefaction, LLC (SPL) Creole Trail Pipeline (CTPL) $400 Term Loan due 2017 (L+325) CQP GP (& IDRs) (1) Includes $2,850 million term loan facility, $1,150 million Republic of Korea (“ROK”) covered facility and $600 million ROK direct facility. Interest on the term loan facility is L+175 bps during construction and operation. Under the ROK credit facilities, interest includes L+175 on the direct portion and L+130 on the covered portion during construction and operation. In addition, SPL will pay 45 bps for insurance/guarantee premiums on any drawn amounts under the covered tranches. These credit facilities mature on the earlier of December 31, 2020 or the second anniversary of Train 5 completion date. (2) Interest on the working capital facility is L+175. (3) Interest on the term loan facility is L+225 bps during construction and L+250 bps during operation. This credit facility matures on the earlier of May 13, 2022 or the second anniversary of project completion date . Note: This organizational chart is provided for illustrative purposes only, is not and does not purport to be a complete organizational chart of Cheniere. Cheniere Energy Partners LP Holdings, LLC (NYSE MKT: CQH) Cheniere CCH Holdco II, LLC Convertible Debt $1,000 PIK Convertible Notes due 2021 (4.875%) $625 Convertible Notes due 2045 (4.250%) SPL Firm Transport (1.5 Bcf/d) BG SPA (286.5 Tbtu / yr) Gas Natural SPA (182.5 Tbtu / yr) KOGAS SPA (182.5 Tbtu / yr) GAIL (182.5 Tbtu / yr) Total (104.8 Tbtu / yr) Centrica (91.3 Tbtu / yr) CMI SPA Pertamina SPA (79.4 Tbtu / yr) Endesa SPA (117.3 Tbtu / yr) Iberdrola SPA (39.7 Tbtu / yr) Gas Natural (78.2 Tbtu / yr) Woodside (44.1 Tbtu / yr) EDF (40.0 Tbtu / yr) EDP (40.0 Tbtu / yr) CMI SPA Cheniere Corpus Christi Holdings, LLC (CCH) Trains 1-2 Equity $1,000 Senior Secured Convertible Notes due 2025 Trains 1-2 Debt ~$8,400 Credit Facility due 20223 Corpus Christi Liquefaction, LLC (CCL) On January 25, 2016, CQP announced a committed bank facility of $2.8 billion, which will be used to refinance the debt at SPLNG and CTPL. The facility is expected to close during 1Q16.
Cheniere Cash Flow Build-Up With 7 Trains Project debt raised for Trains under construction is all non-recourse – SPL T1-5 (CQP) and CCL T1-2 (CEI) 27.4 MTPA under 20-year SPAs; excess LNG assumed sold at estimated market prices and shipping rates For scenario above, estimated tax payments of ~15% of CEI pre-tax cash flow projected to start in 2023/24 29 Note: See “Forward Looking Statements” slide. Cash flow build up scenario above assumes refinancing of SPL and CCH credit facilities with non-amortizing project bonds and remaining equity requirements funded by operating cash flow and cash on hand. SPL, SPLNG, CTPL and CCL-level project debt shown above are non-recourse to CEI. EBITDA, project level deconsolidated EBITDA, project EBITDA, distributable cash flow, project cash flow, deconsolidated cash flow, pre-tax cash flow and pre-tax cash flow per share are non-GAAP measures. EBITDA is computed as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. We have not made any forecast of net income, which would be the most comparable financial measure under GAAP, and we are unable to reconcile differences between forecasted non-GAAP measures and net income. Non-GAAP measures have limitations as an analytical tool and should not be considered in isolation or in lieu of an analysis of our results as reported under GAAP, and should be evaluated only on a supplementary basis. (1) ~$2.3 billion of deconsolidated cash flow to CEI calculated as ~$1.0 billion of CQP distributable cash flow (net of minority interest), plus ~$1.3 billion of CCL Trains 1‐2 EBITDA. CEI standalone EBITDA is estimated to be ~$2.1 billion calculated as ~$2.3 billion of deconsolidated cash flow to CEI, plus $0.1 billion of management fees, less ~$0.3 billion of CEI G&A. (2) CCL project-level debt issued at Cheniere Corpus Christi Holdings, LLC (CCH) entity. (3) Assumes ~277 million CEI shares outstanding – assumes conversion of $1.0 billion PIK Convertible Notes due 2021 and $1.0 billion Senior Secured Convertible Notes due 2025 at $93.64/share. Source: Bloomberg, DTN ProphetX and Platts ($ in billions, except for per share amounts) Corpus Christi (CCL T1‐2) Total CEI standalone CEI cash flow build up (2021 estimated amounts) Project EBITDA / Project level deconsolidated EBITDA for standalone $3.0 $1.3 $4.3 $2.3 Less: Project‐level interest expense ($1.0) ($0.5) ($1.5) ($0.5) Distributable cash flow from project $2.1 $0.8 $2.9 $1.8 % cash flows to CEI (Adjusted for minority interests) 49% 100% Project cash flows to CEI (Adjusted for minority interests) $1.0 $0.8 $1.8 Total project cash flows to CEI $1.0 $0.8 $1.8 Plus: Management fees to CEI $0.1 Less: CEI G&A ($0.3) Less: CEI‐level interest expense ($0.0) Pre‐tax CEI cash flow $1.6 Pre‐tax CEI cash flow per share $5.80 CEI standalone EBITDA $2.1 Current debt outstanding SPL and CCL project‐level debt outstanding(2) $13.1 $8.4 $21.5 – SPLNG and CTPL project‐level debt outstanding $2.5 – $2.5 – CEI‐level debt outstanding – – – $0.6 Total debt outstanding $15.6 $8.4 $24.0 $0.6 CQP (SPL T1‐5/SPLNG/CTPL) (1) (3) (3) (3) (1) (1) (1)
Conversion - Class B and Subordinated Units Class B Units: Mandatory conversion: within 90 days of the substantial completion of Train 3 Optional conversion by a Class B unitholder may occur at any of the following times: After 83 months from issuance of EPC notice to proceed Prior to the record date for a quarter in which sufficient cash from operating surplus is generated to distribute $0.425 to all outstanding common units and the common units to be issued upon conversion Thirty (30) days prior to the mandatory conversion date Within a 30-day period prior to a significant event or a dissolution Subordinated Units: Subordinated units will convert into common units on a one-for-one basis, provided that there are no cumulative common unit arrearages, and either of the below distribution hurdles is met: For three consecutive, non-overlapping four-quarter periods, the distribution paid from “Adjusted Operating Surplus”(1) to all outstanding units(2) equals or exceeds $0.425 per quarter For four consecutive quarters, the distribution paid from “Contracted Adjusted Operating Surplus”(1) to all outstanding units(2) equals or exceeds $0.638 per quarter 30 (1) As defined in CQP’s partnership agreement. (2) Includes all outstanding common units (assuming conversion of all Class B units), subordinated units and any other outstanding units that are senior or equal in right of distribution to the subordinated units.
Sabine Pass Liquefaction Project (SPL) Current Facility – Utilizing existing assets ~1,000 acres in Cameron Parish, LA 40 ft. ship channel 3.7 miles from coast 2 berths; 4 dedicated tugs 5 LNG storage tanks (~17 Bcfe of storage) 5.3 Bcf/d of pipeline interconnection Liquefaction Trains 1 – 5: Fully Contracted Lump Sum Turnkey EPC contracts w/ Bechtel T1 & T2 EPC contract price ~$4.1B Overall project ~98% complete (as of 1/2016) T1 is complete; 1st LNG produced in February Operations estimated 2016 T3 & T4 EPC contract price ~$3.8B Overall project ~81% complete (as of 1/2016) Operations estimated 2017 T5 EPC contract price ~$3.0B Construction commenced June 2015 Operations estimated 2019 Liquefaction Train 6: Permitted FID upon obtaining commercial contracts and financing 31 Significant infrastructure in place including storage, marine and pipeline interconnection facilities; pipeline quality natural gas to be sourced from U.S. pipeline network Artist’s rendition Design production capacity is expected to be ~4.5 mtpa per train, using ConocoPhillips’ Optimized Cascade® Process
SPL Estimated Cash Flows 32 Note: EBITDA and distributable cash flow are non-GAAP measures. EBITDA is computed as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. We have not made any forecast of net income, which would be the most directly comparable financial measure under GAAP, and we are unable to reconcile differences between forecasts of these non-GAAP measures and net income. Non-GAAP measures have limitations as an analytical tool and should not be considered in isolation or in lieu of an analysis of our results as reported under GAAP, and should be evaluated only on a supplementary basis. Assumes future long term contracting of additional 1.5 MTPA at SPL Train 6 (total of 21.25 MTPA of long term SPAs at SPL Trains 1-6) at $3.50 per MMBtu. (1) CMI SPA payment assumes 100% utilization at $3.00/MMBtu. (2) Assumes $5.00/MMBtu natural gas price and that off-takers lift 100% of their full contractual entitlement. Amounts are net of estimated natural gas to be used for the liquefaction process. (3) Includes payments related to reassignment of Total TUA SPLNG capacity and export fees paid to SPLNG. (4) Majority of costs shown are fixed and covered under multi-year service and supply agreements with equipment and service providers. (5) Assumes debt at SPL refinanced at 6.00% annual interest rate. SPL estimated cash flows ($ in billions) SPL Trains 1‐5 SPL Trains 1‐6 Long term SPAs $2.9 $3.2 CMI SPA payment(1) $0.4 $0.9 Commodity payments, net(2) $0.3 $0.4 Total SPL revenues $3.6 $4.4 SPLNG TUA payments(3) ($0.4) ($0.4) Plant O&M ($0.3) ($0.3) Plant maintenance capex(4) ($0.2) ($0.2) Pipeline costs (primary plant and upstream pipelines) ($0.2) ($0.2) Total SPL operating expenses ($1.1) ($1.2) SPL EBITDA $2.6 $3.3 Less: Project‐level interest expense(5) ($0.8) ($0.9) SPL distributable cash flow to CQP $1.8 $2.3 Trains 1-5 and Trains 1-6
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 Train1 Guaranteed Current Level 3 Schedule Train 2 Guaranteed Current Level 3 Schedule Train 3 Guaranteed Current Level 3 Schedule Train 4 Guaranteed Current Level 3 Schedule Train 5 Guaranteed Current Level 3 Schedule 2018 2019 202020172012 2013 2014 2015 2016 SPL Construction Schedules Trains 1 – 5 Stage 1 (Trains 1&2) overall project progress as of Jan 2016 is 97.6% complete vs. Target Plan of 99.3%: Engineering, Procurement, Subcontracts and Construction are 100%, 100%, 87.6% and 96.8% complete against Target Plan of 100%, 100%, 93.3% and 99.9% respectively Stage 2 (Trains 3&4) overall project progress as of Jan 2016 is 80.7% complete vs. Target Plan of 87.3%: Engineering, Procurement, Subcontracts and Construction are 100%, 100%, 52.7% and 58.4% complete against Target Plan of 99.3%, 100%, 75.4% and 70.8% respectively Stage 3 (Train 5) overall project progress as of Jan 2016 is 21.3% complete vs. Target Plan of 16.3%: Engineering, Procurement, Subcontracts and Construction are 47.4%, 32.2%, 19.5% and 0.3% complete against Target Plan of 47.6%, 22.2%, 15.1% and 0.0% respectively 33 BG DFCD GN DFCD KOGAS DFCD GAIL DFCD April / May 2016 April 2017 Jun 2017 Mar 2018 Aug 2016 Aug 2017 Dec 2019 Aug 2019 Early Engineering TOTAL & CENTRICA DFCD Note: Based on Guaranteed Substantial Completion Dates per EPC contract. Dec 2016 Sept 2016
Sabine Pass Liquefaction SPAs 34 BG Gulf Coast LNG Gas Natural Fenosa Korea Gas Corporation GAIL (India) Limited Total Gas & Power N.A. Centrica plc Annual Contract Quantity (Tbtu) 286.50 (1) 182.50 182.50 182.50 104.75 (1) 91.25 Annual Fixed Fees (2) ~$723 MM (3) ~$454 MM ~$548 MM ~$548 MM ~$314 MM ~$274 MM Fixed Fees $/MMBtu(2) $2.25 - $3.00 $2.49 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 LNG Cost 115% of HH 115% of HH 115% of HH 115% of HH 115% of HH 115% of HH Term of Contract (4) 20 years 20 years 20 years 20 years 20 years 20 years Guarantor BG Energy Holdings Ltd. Gas Natural SDG S.A N/A N/A Total S.A. N/A Guarantor/Corporate Credit Rating (5) A+/A2/A+ BBB/Baa2/BBB+ A+/Aa2/AA- NR/Baa2/BBB- A+/Aa1/AA- BBB+/Baa1/A- Fee During Force Majeure Up to 24 months Up to 24 months N/A N/A N/A N/A Contract Start Train 1 + additional volumes with Trains 2,3,4 Train 2 Train 3 Train 4 Train 5 Train 5 (1) BG has agreed to purchase 182,500,000 MMBtu, 36,500,000 MMBtu, 34,000,000 MMBtu and 33,500,000 MMBtu of LNG volumes annually upon the commencement of operations of Trains 1, 2, 3 and 4, respectively. Total has agreed to purchase 91,250,000 MMBtu of LNG volumes annually plus 13,400,000 MMBtu of seasonal LNG volumes upon the commencement of Train 5 operations. (2) A portion of the fee is subject to inflation, approximately 15% for BG Group, 13.6% for Gas Natural Fenosa, 15% for KOGAS and GAIL (India) Ltd and 11.5% for Total and Centrica. (3) Following commercial in service date of Train 4. BG will provide annual fixed fees of approximately $520 million during Trains 1-2 operations and an additional $203 million once Trains 3-4 are operational. (4) SPAs have a 20 year term with the right to extend up to an additional 10 years. Gas Natural Fenosa has an extension right up to an additional 12 years in certain circumstances. (5) Ratings are provided by S&P/Moody’s/Fitch and subject to change, suspension or withdrawal at anytime and are not a recommendation to buy, hold or sell any security. ~20 mtpa “take-or-pay” style commercial agreements ~$2.9B annual fixed fee revenue for 20 years
Corpus Christi LNG Terminal Proposed 5 Train Facility ~2,000 acres owned and/or controlled 2 berths, 4 LNG storage tanks (~13.5 Bcfe of storage) Key Project Attributes 45 ft. ship channel 14 miles from coast Protected berth Premier Site Conditions 23-mile 48” and 42” parallel pipelines will connect to several interstate and intrastate pipelines Liquefaction Trains 1-2: Under Construction Lump Sum Turnkey EPC contracts w/ Bechtel T1 & T2 EPC contract price ~$7.5B Construction commenced May 2015 Operations estimated 2018 Liquefaction Train 3: Partially Contracted 0.8 mtpa contracted to date Targeting additional 2.1 mtpa FID upon obtaining commercial contracts and financing Liquefaction Trains 4-5: Initiated Development Permit process started June 2015 35 Artist’s rendition Under Construction Trains 1-2 Train 3 Initiated Development Trains 4-5 Commenced Construction on Trains 1-2 in May 2015 Design production capacity is expected to be ~4.5 mtpa per train, using ConocoPhillips’ Optimized Cascade® Process
CCL Estimated Cash Flows 36 Trains 1-2 and Trains 1-3 CCL estimated cash flows ($ in billions) CCL Trains 1‐2 CCL Trains 1‐3 Long term SPAs $1.4 $1.9 CMI SPA payment(1) $0.2 $0.5 Commodity payments, net(2) $0.1 $0.1 Total CCL revenues $1.7 $2.5 Plant O&M ($0.2) ($0.2) Plant maintenance capex(3) ($0.1) ($0.1) Pipeline costs (primary plant and upstream pipelines) ($0.1) ($0.2) Total CCL operating expenses ($0.4) ($0.5) CCL EBITDA $1.3 $2.0 Less: Project‐level interest expense(4) ($0.5) ($0.7) CCL distributable cash flow to CEI $0.8 $1.3 Note: EBITDA and distributable cash flow are non-GAAP measures. EBITDA is computed as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization. We have not made any forecast of net income, which would be the most directly comparable financial measure under GAAP, and we are unable to reconcile differences between forecasts of these non-GAAP measures and net income. Non-GAAP measures have limitations as an analytical tool and should not be considered in isolation or in lieu of an analysis of our results as reported under GAAP, and should be evaluated only on a supplementary basis. Assumes future long term contracting of additional ~2.1 MTPA at CCL Train 3 (total of 10.5 MTPA of long term SPAs at CCL Trains 1-3) at $3.50 per MMBtu. (1) CMI SPA payment assumes 100% utilization at $3.00/MMBtu. (2) Assumes $5.00/MMBtu natural gas price and that off-takers lift 100% of their full contractual entitlement. Amounts are net of estimated natural gas to be used for the liquefaction process. (3) Majority of costs shown related to service-based payments to be contracted over a multi-year term. (4) Assumes debt at CCL refinanced at 6.00% annual interest rate.
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 6 Train 1 Guaranteed Current Level 3 Schedule Train 2 Guaranteed Current Level 3 Schedule 20202015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project Schedule Stage 1 (Trains 1&2) overall project progress as of January 2016: Engineering, Procurement, and Construction has progressed to 95.0%, 44.2%, and 2.9% compared to a plan of 89.7%, 25.6%, and 4.7% respectively. NTP issued, construction commenced for Trains 1-2 in May 2015 37 Note: Based on Guaranteed Substantial Completion Dates per EPC contract. Train 1 DFCD Oct 2019 Feb 2019 July 2020 June 2019 Train 2 DFCD
Corpus Christi Liquefaction SPAs 38 PT Pertamina (Persero) Endesa S.A. Iberdrola S.A. Gas Natural Fenosa Woodside Energy Trading Électricité de France EDP Energias de Portugal S.A. Annual Contract Quantity (TBtu) 79.36 117.32 39.68 78.20 44.12 40.00 40.00 Annual Fixed Fees (1) ~$278 MM ~$411 MM ~$139 MM ~$274 MM ~$154 MM ~$140 MM ~$140 MM Fixed Fees $/MMBtu (1) $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 LNG Cost 115% of HH 115% of HH 115% of HH 115% of HH 115% of HH 115% of HH 115% of HH Term of Contract (2) 20 years 20 years 20 years 20 years 20 years 20 years 20 years Guarantor N/A N/A N/A Gas NaturalSDG, S.A. Woodside Petroleum, LTD N/A N/A Guarantor/Corporate Credit Rating (3) BB+/Baa3/BBB- BBB+/Baa2/BBB+ BBB/Baa1/BBB+ BBB/Baa2/BBB+ BBB+/Baa1/BBB+ A+/A1/A BB+/Baa3/BBB- Contract Start Train 1 / Train2 Train 1 Train 1 / Train 2 Train 2 Train 2 Train 2 Train 3 SPA progress: ~8.42 mtpa “take-or-pay” style commercial agreements ~$1.5B annual fixed fee revenue for 20 years (1) 12.75% of the fee is subject to inflation for Pertamina; 11.5% for Woodside; 14% for all others (2) SPA has a 20 year term with the right to extend up to an additional 10 years. (3) Ratings are provided by S&P/Moody’s/Fitch and subject to change, suspension or withdrawal at anytime and are not a recommendation to buy, hold or sell any security.
FERC Applications for Liquefaction Projects 6 projects have received FERC approval and final DOE approval for Non-FTA 39 LNG Export Projects Quantity Bcf/d FERC Pre-filing Date FERC Application Date FERC Scheduling Notice Issued EIS / EA Scheduled Date for Final EIS or EA FERC Approval DOE Non FTA Final Under Construction Sabine Pass Liquefaction T1-4 2.8 7/26/10 1/31/11 12/16/11 EA 4/16/12 8/7/12 Cameron LNG T1-3 1.7 4/30/12 12/10/12 11/21/13 EIS 4/30/14 6/19/14 9/10/14 Freeport LNG 1.40.4 12/23/10 8/31/12 1/6/14 EIS 6/16/14 7/30/14 11/14/14 Dominion Cove Point LNG 1.0 6/1/12 4/1/13 3/12/14 EA 5/15/14 9/29/14 5/7/15 Corpus Christi Liquefaction T1-3 2.1 12/13/11 8/31/12 2/12/14 EIS 10/8/14 12/30/14 5/12/15 T1-2: Sabine Pass Liquefaction T5-6 1.38 2/27/13 9/30/13 11/03/14 EA 12/12/14 4/6/15 6/26/15 T5: Jordan Cove Energy 1.2/0.8 2/29/12 5/22/13 7/16/14 EIS 9/30/15 Oregon LNG 1.25 7/3/12 6/7/13 2/1/16 EIS 6/3/16 Lake Charles LNG 2.0 3/30/12 3/25/14 1/26/15 EIS 8/14/15 12/17/15 Magnolia 1.08 3/20/13 4/30/14 4/30/15 EIS 11/16/15 Southern LNG 0.5 12/5/12 3/10/14 10/15/15 EA 2/5/16 Golden Pass 2.6 5/16/13 7/7/14 1/29/16 EIS 7/29/16 Gulf LNG 1.3 12/6/12 6/19/15 EIS Cameron LNG Expansion T4-5 1.4 2/24/15 9/28/15 1/11/16 EIS 2/12/16 Note: National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) empowers FERC as the lead Federal agency to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement in cooperation with other state and federal agencies Source: Office of Fossil Energy, U.S. Department of Energy; U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Company releases
U.S. LNG Export Projects 40 Company Quantity(Bcf/d) DOE FERC Contracts Cheniere Sabine Pass T1 – T4 2.2 Fully permitted Fully Subscribed Freeport 1.8 Fully permitted Fully Subscribed Lake Charles 2.0 FTA Fully Subscribed Dominion Cove Point 1.0 Fully permitted Fully Subscribed Cameron LNG T1-3 1.7 Fully permitted Fully Subscribed Jordan Cove 1.2/0.8 FTA Oregon LNG 1.25 FTA Cheniere Corpus Christi T1 – T3 2.1 Fully permitted T1-2 Subscribed Cheniere Sabine Pass T5 – T6 1.3 Fully permitted T5 Subscribed Southern LNG 0.5 FTA Fully Subscribed Magnolia LNG 0.5 FTA Partially Subscribed Golden Pass LNG 2.0 FTA Fully Subscribed Gulf LNG 1.3 FTA Cameron LNG T4-5 1.4 FTA Source: Office of Oil and Gas Global Security and Supply, Office of Fossil Energy, U.S. Department of Energy; U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Company releases Dominion Cove Point Under Construction Freeport LNG Corpus Christi Filed FERC Application Jordan Cove Oregon LNG Cameron LNG Lake Charles Sabine Pass Southern LNG Gulf LNGGolden Pass Magnolia Plus other proposed LNG export projects that have not filed a FERC application. Excelerate has requested that FERC put on hold the review its application. Application filing = FERC scheduling notice issued =
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