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 Market Capitalization (Millions $) -
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 24
 Employees 310
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 301
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 9
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -21
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 14

Trecora Resources
Trecora Resources (the “Company”) was incorporated in the State of Delaware in 1967. The Company’s principal business activities are the manufacturing of various specialty petrochemical products and synthetic waxes and the provision of custom processing services. Unless the context requires otherwise, references to “we,” “us,” “our,” and the “Company” are intended to mean consolidated Trecora Resources and its subsidiaries.

This document includes the following abbreviations:

TREC – Trecora Resources

TOCCO – Texas Oil & Chemical Co. II, Inc. – Wholly owned subsidiary of TREC and parent of SHR and TC

SHR – South Hampton Resources, Inc. – Petrochemical segment and parent of GSPL

GSPL – Gulf State Pipe Line Co, Inc. – Pipeline support for the petrochemical segment

TC – Trecora Chemical, Inc. – Specialty wax segment

AMAK – Al Masane Al Kobra Mining Company – Mining equity investment – 33% ownership

PEVM – Pioche Ely Valley Mines, Inc. – Inactive mine - 55% ownership

Acquisition – October 1, 2014, purchase of TC

Our specialty petrochemical products segment is conducted through SHR, a Texas corporation. SHR owns and operates a specialty petrochemical facility near Silsbee, Texas which produces high purity hydrocarbons and other petroleum based products including isopentane, normal pentane, isohexane and hexane. These products are used in the production of polyethylene, packaging, polypropylene, expandable polystyrene, poly-iso/urethane foams, crude oil from the Canadian tar sands, and in the catalyst support industry. Our petrochemical products are typically transported to customers by rail car, tank truck, iso-container, and by ship. SHR owns all of the capital stock of GSPL, a Texas corporation, which owns and operates pipelines that connect the SHR facility to a natural gas line, to SHR’s truck and rail loading terminal and to a major petroleum products pipeline owned by an unaffiliated third party. SHR also provides custom processing services.

Our specialty synthetic wax segment is conducted through TC, a Texas corporation, located in Pasadena, Texas which produces specialty polyethylene and poly alpha olefin waxes and provides custom processing services. The specialty polyethylene waxes are used in markets from paints and inks to adhesives, coatings, and PVC lubricants. The highly specialized synthetic poly alpha olefin waxes are used in applications such as toner in printers and as additives for candles providing rigidity and retention of fragrances. These waxes are sold in solid form as pastilles or, for large adhesive companies, in bulk liquid form.

SHR’s specialty petrochemical facility is approximately 30 miles north of Beaumont and 90 miles east of Houston. The facility consists of eight operating units which, while interconnected, make distinct products through differing processes: (i) a Penhex Unit; (ii) a Reformer Unit; (iii) a Cyclo-pentane Unit; (iv) an Aromax® Unit; (v) an Aromatics Hydrogenation Unit; (vi) a White Oil Fractionation Unit; (vii) a Hydrocarbon Processing Demonstration Unit and (viii) a P-Xylene Unit. All of these units are currently in operation.

The Penhex Unit currently has the permitted capacity to process approximately 11,000 barrels per day of fresh feed with the Reformer Unit, the Aromax® Unit, and the Cyclo-Pentane Unit further processing streams produced by the Penhex Unit. The Aromatics Hydrogenation Unit has a capacity of approximately 400 barrels per day, and the White Oils Fractionation Unit has a capacity of approximately 3,000 barrels per day. The Hydrocarbon Processing Demonstration Unit has a capacity of approximately 300 gallons per day. The P-Xylene Unit has a capacity of approximately 20,000 pounds per year. The facility generally consists of equipment commonly found in most petrochemical facilities such as fractionation towers and hydrogen treaters except the facility is adapted to produce specialized products that are high purity and very consistent with precise specifications that are utilized in the petrochemical industry as solvents, additives, blowing agents and cooling agents. We produce eight distinct product streams and market several combinations of blends as needed in various customer applications. We do not produce motor fuel products or any other commodity type products commonly sold directly to retail consumers or outlets.

The Reformer and Aromax® Units are operated as needed to support the Penhex and Cyclo-pentane Units. Consequently, utilization rates of these units are driven by production from the Penhex Unit. Operating utilization rates are affected by product demand, raw material composition, mechanical integrity, and unforeseen natural occurrences, such as weather events. The nature of the petrochemical process demands periodic shut-downs for de-coking and other mechanical repairs.

The Aromatics Hydrogenation Unit, White Oils Fractionation Unit, Hydrocarbon Processing Demonstration Unit and P-Xylene Unit are operated as independent and completely segregated processes. These units are dedicated to the needs of three different toll processing customers. The customers supply and maintain title to the feedstock, we process the feedstock into products based upon customer specifications, and the customers market the products.

In support of the petrochemical operation, we own approximately 100 storage tanks with total capacity approaching 233,000 barrels, and 127 acres of land at the plant site, 92 acres of which are developed. We also own a truck and railroad loading terminal consisting of storage tanks, four rail spurs, and truck and tank car loading facilities on approximately 55 acres of which 25 acres are developed.

We obtain our feedstock requirements from a sole supplier. The agreement is primarily a logistics convenience. The supplier buys or contracts for material and utilizes their tank and pipeline connections to transport into our pipeline. The supplier’s revenue above feed cost is primarily related to the cost and operation of the tank, pipelines, and equipment. A contract was signed in August 2015 with a seven year term with subsequent one year renewals unless cancelled by either party with 180 days’ notice. In 2015 a pipeline connection to the supplier’s dock was added to give alternative means of receiving feedstock. Prior to this addition, all feedstock came from Mont Belvieu, Texas.



   Company Address: 1650 Hwy 6 South, Sugar Land, 77478 TX
   Company Phone Number: 980-5522   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSE TREC
   


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