URALCHEM HOLDING P.L.C. Reports The First Nine Months Of Year 2012 Unaudited IFRS Financial Results

Income expanded to US $1,804 million, contrasted with US $1,556 million in the initial nine months of 2011.

Working benefit expanded to US $553 million, contrasted with US $487 million in the initial nine months of 2011.

Balanced EBITDA developed to US $632 million, contrasted with US $560 million in the initial nine months of 2011.

Net benefit added up to US $600 million, contrasted with US $318 million in the initial nine months of 2011.

URALCHEM HOLDING P.L.C. (hereinafter URALCHEM HOLDING or the Organization), a Cypriot holding organization of the URALCHEM Aggregate (hereinafter called the Gathering), one of the biggest makers of nitrogen and phosphate composts in Russia, reported its unaudited IFRS money related outcomes for the initial nine months of 2012 consummation 30 September 2012.

Enter budgetary figures in the initial nine months of 2012-2011

($ million)

first 9 Months of 2012 1st 9 Months of 2011 Year-on-Year change

Revenue 1,804 1,556 16%

Net profit 1,041 899 16%

Net benefit margin 58% 58% –

Working profit 553 487 14%

Working benefit margin 31% 31% –

Net profit 600 318 89%

Net benefit margin 33% 20% 65%

Balanced EBITDA 632 560 13%

Balanced EBITDA margin 35% 36% -3%

Money created from working activities 472 330 43%

Dmitry Konyaev, Chief of URALCHEM, OJSC (part of the Gathering), remarked on the outcomes for the initial nine months of 2012: "During nine months of this current year the Organization indicated enduring change of its money related execution contrasted with the outcomes for a similar time of 2011. To this contributed the obtaining not long ago of another creation unit, Minudobrenia, situated in Perm and rising world costs for our fundamental items, alkali and urea. Glancing back at the initial nine months, we’re idealistic about the entire year 2012 results."

Monetary Outcomes

Income in the initial nine months of 2012 developed to US $1,804 million, contrasted with US $1,556 million in the initial nine months of 2011. Working benefit added up to US $553 million contrasted and working benefit of US $487 million in the initial nine months of 2011. Working net revenue added up to 31% both in the initial nine months of 2012 and in a similar time of the earlier year.

In the initial nine months of 2012, net benefit added up to US $600 million, contrasted and US $318 million in a similar period in 2011.

In the initial nine months of 2012 balanced EBITDA contacted US $632 million contrasted with US $560 million for a similar period a year ago, an expansion of 13%. Balanced EBITDA edge in the initial nine months of 2012 contained 35%, contrasted and 36% in the initial nine months of 2011.

Markets

Amid the second from last quarter of 2012, value flow for composts and moderate items were distinctive.

Costs for smelling salts in the second from last quarter demonstrated a critical increment because of developing interest and restricted supply. Amid these three months, the value level rose by $50/t, and came to $650/t Coxcomb Port of Yuzhny before the finish of September.

Without a firmly stamped incline, the urea market was described by high instability. Costs have not demonstrated any noteworthy increment or detectable diminishment, staying inside the points of confinement of $360 to $400/t Coxcomb the ports of the CIS.

Ammonium nitrate costs predominantly coordinated the progression of urea costs amid the second from last quarter.

The worldwide market for phosphate composts in the second from last quarter of 2012 demonstrated low levels of action. In September, there has been a descending pattern in costs in the midst of an absence of interest in South Asia (India, Pakistan).

Deals

As the interest for the Gathering’s items both in Russia and abroad was high and stable, the volume of offers in the initial nine months of 2012 expanded by 16% contrasted with a similar period in 2011 and totalled 4,357 thousand tons for all items. Offers of urea, expanded by 144%, to a great extent added to the ascent. Because of popularity in the smelling salts showcase, offers of alkali expanded by 54%, while offers of ammonium nitrate diminished by 6%. Offers of "other chemicals" expanded by 19%, chiefly because of expanded offers of ammonium nitrate for modern use in the residential market.

Offers of business results of the Gathering in the initial nine months of 2012-2011

(a large number of tons)

Name of Product 1st 9 Months of 2012 1st 9 Months of 2011 Year-on Year Change

Ammonium nitrate and its derivatives 1,576 1,681 -6%

Urea 904 371 144%

Ammonia 503 327 54%

Phosphate fertilizers 344 399 -14%

NPK fertilizers 464 486 -5%

Different chemicals, including ammonium nitrate for modern use 566 477 19%

Total 4,357 3,741 16%

Budgetary Circumstance

Expanded incomes added to the expansion of money created from operations to US $472 million in the initial nine months of 2012 ascent, contrasted with US $330 million in a similar period a year ago.

As at September 30, 2012 the Organization’s net obligation added up to US $945 million. The weighted normal financing cost in the advance portfolio amid the initial nine months of 2012 involved 5.8% for each annum contrasted with 7.9% in a similar period a year ago.

URALCHEM HOLDING P.L.C. is a holding organization of the URALCHEM Bunch, which incorporates four manure fabricating offices in Russia. URALCHEM Gathering is one of the biggest makers of nitrogen and phosphate manures in Russia and the CIS with generation limits of more than 2.5 million tons of ammonium nitrate, 2.8 million tons of alkali, 0.8 million tons of Guide and DAP, 0.8 million tons of complex composts and 1.2 million tons of urea for each year. URALCHEM Gathering is the second biggest ammonium nitrate maker on the planet and number one in Russia, the second biggest maker of nitrogen manures in Russia. URALCHEM Gathering’s key generation resources incorporate Azot Branch of URALCHEM, OJSC in Berezniki, Perm Locale; OJSC Minudobrenia, Perm; MFP Kirovo-Chepetsk Substance Works, OJSC, Kirovo-Chepetsk, Kirov area; Voskresensk Mineral Manures, OJSC in Voskresensk, Moscow district.

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