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Mosaic Co's Suppliers Performance

MOS's Supply Chain

 
MOS Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Mosaic Co's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -16.03 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 160.02 %, while their net profit margin fell to -2.08 % year on year, compare to previous quarter MOS's Suppliers had lower net margin at 160.02 %,

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Mosaic Co's Suppliers realized sales deteriorated by -16.03 % compare to the same quarter a year ago, sequentially sales grew by 160.02 %, while their net profit margin fell to -2.08 % year on year, compare to previous quarter MOS's Suppliers had lower net margin at 160.02 %,

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Mosaic Co's Comment on Supply Chain


Natural gas is the primary raw material used to manufacture ammonia. At our Faustina facility, ammonia is manufactured on site. The majority of natural gas is purchased through firm delivery contracts based on published index-based prices and is sourced from Texas and Louisiana via pipelines interconnected to the Henry Hub. We use over-the-counter swap and option contracts to forward price portions of future gas purchases. The portions of gas purchases not forward priced are purchased at the index based prices or at domestic spot market prices under short-term contracts. We purchase approximately 14 MMbtu of natural gas per year for use in ammonia production at Faustina.
Because our ammonia requirements for our Florida operations are purchased rather than manufactured on site, we purchase approximately two MMbtu of natural gas per year in Florida only as a thermal fuel for various production processes.

Natural gas is used at our potash solution mines as a fuel to produce steam and to dry potash products. The steam is used to generate electricity, in evaporation and crystallization processes and to provide thermal heat to the solution mining process. Our two solution mines accounted for approximately 77% of our Potash segment’s total natural gas requirements for potash production in fiscal 2011. At our shaft mines, natural gas is used as a fuel to heat fresh air supplied to the shaft mines and for drying potash products. Combined natural gas usage for both the solution and shaft mines approximated 15 MMbtu for fiscal 2011. We purchase our natural gas requirements on firm delivery index price-based physical contracts and on short term spot-priced physical contracts. Our Canadian operations purchase all of their physical gas in Saskatchewan via the TransGas pipeline system using AECO price indices as pricing references. The U.S. potash operations in Michigan and New Mexico purchase physical gas in their respective regional markets via the MichCon and El Paso Permian Basin market hubs as pricing references, respectively. We use financial derivative contracts to manage the price of portions of our future purchases.

 


Mosaic Co's Comment on Supply Chain


Natural gas is the primary raw material used to manufacture ammonia. At our Faustina facility, ammonia is manufactured on site. The majority of natural gas is purchased through firm delivery contracts based on published index-based prices and is sourced from Texas and Louisiana via pipelines interconnected to the Henry Hub. We use over-the-counter swap and option contracts to forward price portions of future gas purchases. The portions of gas purchases not forward priced are purchased at the index based prices or at domestic spot market prices under short-term contracts. We purchase approximately 14 MMbtu of natural gas per year for use in ammonia production at Faustina.
Because our ammonia requirements for our Florida operations are purchased rather than manufactured on site, we purchase approximately two MMbtu of natural gas per year in Florida only as a thermal fuel for various production processes.

Natural gas is used at our potash solution mines as a fuel to produce steam and to dry potash products. The steam is used to generate electricity, in evaporation and crystallization processes and to provide thermal heat to the solution mining process. Our two solution mines accounted for approximately 77% of our Potash segment’s total natural gas requirements for potash production in fiscal 2011. At our shaft mines, natural gas is used as a fuel to heat fresh air supplied to the shaft mines and for drying potash products. Combined natural gas usage for both the solution and shaft mines approximated 15 MMbtu for fiscal 2011. We purchase our natural gas requirements on firm delivery index price-based physical contracts and on short term spot-priced physical contracts. Our Canadian operations purchase all of their physical gas in Saskatchewan via the TransGas pipeline system using AECO price indices as pricing references. The U.S. potash operations in Michigan and New Mexico purchase physical gas in their respective regional markets via the MichCon and El Paso Permian Basin market hubs as pricing references, respectively. We use financial derivative contracts to manage the price of portions of our future purchases.

 



MOS's Suppliers recorded net loss Suppliers recorded net loss


Mosaic Co's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q4 2019 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry -11.63 %   
Suppliers in Construction Raw Materials Industry -1.76 %   
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry -2.28 %   
Suppliers in Conglomerates Industry -2.39 %   
Suppliers in Oil And Gas Production Industry      70.46 %
Suppliers in Oil & Gas Integrated Operations Industry -21.44 %   
Suppliers in Consumer Financial Services Industry      1.28 %
Suppliers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry      17.92 %
Suppliers in Professional Services Industry      7.1 %
Suppliers in Railroads Industry      172.86 %
Suppliers in Marine Transportation Industry      55.02 %
Suppliers in Electric Utilities Industry      5.29 %
Suppliers in Natural Gas Utilities Industry -11.35 %   
     
• MOS Suppliers Valuation • MOS Segment Rev. Growth • MOS Segment Inc. Growth • MOS Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





MOS's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME TICKER MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Mosaic Co MOS 6,202 -408 -1,229 9,100
Cf Industries Holdings, inc. CF 7,936 4,712 600 2,800
CONSTELLATION ENERGY GROUP, INC. CEG 0 0 0 0
Conocophillips COP 50 36,670 7,257 19,100
Eqt Corporation EQT 1,404 4,316 -807 1,750
Anadarko Petroleum Corp APC 35,730 13,706 -288 6,100
Cms energy Corporation CMS 22,075 6,845 682 7,741
BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FE CORP. BNI 0 0 0 0
Centerpoint Energy Inc. CNP 11,448 11,577 642 8,540
Eastman Chemical Co EMN 8,173 9,102 384 15,000
Entergy Corporation ETR 25,022 9,012 656 13,393
Dominion Energy, Inc. D 64,133 15,458 1,028 14,400
Consolidated Edison, Inc. ED 27,807 12,195 1,336 14,601
Ashland Global Holdings Inc. ASH 76 2,450 585 11,000
Exxon Mobil Corporation XOM 205,921 269,884 14,534 75,300
Chevron Corp CVX 168,475 146,632 3,146 64,700
EL PASO CORP EP 0 0 0 0
Agl Resources Inc. GAS 0 7,905 331 5,165
Nisource Inc. NI 9,858 8,875 -401 8,982
Norfolk Southern Corporation NSC 46,478 11,296 2,722 29,482
PEOPLES ENERGY CORPORATION PGL 0 0 0 0
Pg&e Corp PCG 8,435 16,836 -15,078 22,581
Ppg Industries Inc PPG 24,569 15,119 1,230 44,400
Ppl Corporation PPL 23,153 7,836 1,716 17,391
Public Service Enterprise Group Incorporated PEG 25,697 10,076 1,693 12,689
Questar Gas Co STR 0 957 74 1,745
Sempra Energy SRE 40,189 11,107 2,826 17,046
Sunoco Lp SUN 1,864 16,142 129 22,500
Teco Energy Inc TE 0 5,014 198 4,400
TXU CORP TXU 0 0 0 0
Union Pacific Corporation UNP 107,558 21,708 5,919 47,201
Valero Energy Corp VLO 26,513 112,775 2,711 10,007
Williams companies, inc. WMB 22,401 8,298 234 6,742
Xcel Energy Inc XEL 32,459 21,104 1,372 11,589
Wec Energy Group, Inc. WEC 28,864 7,688 1,094 4,248
Scana Corporation SCG 6,833 3,531 -115 5,989
Dte Energy Co DTE 21,331 12,669 1,172 10,000
Equifax Inc EFX 17,107 3,437 -377 7,500
Chesapeake Energy Corporation CHK 337 10,128 681 5,500
Ameren Corporation AEE 19,269 6,013 808 8,527
Loews Corp L 13,090 14,931 871 17,510
Sea Ltd SE 14,953 827 -961 5,900
Integrys Holding, Inc. TEG 0 0 0 4,472
Fmc Corporation FMC 11,749 4,632 518 5,900
Oneok, Inc. OKE 26,722 10,637 1,251 2,269
Qep Resources, Inc. QEP 1,420 1,917 -97 765
NORTHEAST UTILITIES NU 0 0 0 8,248
Accenture Plc ACN 115,812 43,968 4,930 275,000
Kinder Morgan, Inc. KMI 42,049 13,209 2,239 11,535
Honeywell International Inc. HON 109,666 36,709 6,230 131,000
Eversource Energy ES 27,287 8,607 868 8,248
Teekay Lng Partners L.p. TGP 1,043 511 27 5,561
Golar Lng Ltd GLNG 0 441 -87 30
Stealthgas Inc. GASS 110 164 -12 758
Us-dadi Fertilizer Industry International, Inc. USDF 1 0 0 1
Dynagas Lng Partners Lp DLNG 65 127 4 1
Dorian Lpg Ltd. LPG 592 293 76 50
Navigator Holdings Ltd. NVGS 535 310 -6 37
Transunion TRU 17,380 2,677 352 4,200
Amerisafe Inc AMSF 1,383 373 77 449
Employers Holdings, Inc. EIG 1,317 805 151 716
Two Rivers Water & Farming Co TURV 3 0 -5 12
Lindsay Corp LNN 1,088 442 9 1,202
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. TMO 116,938 25,220 3,592 51,000
Intrepid Potash, Inc. IPI 234 100 19 494
Mdu Resources Group Inc MDU 5,539 5,266 315 9,598
I-minerals Inc IMAHF 2 0 -5 5
Li3 Energy, Inc. LIEG 9 0 -45 2
Lsb Industries Inc LXU 46 365 -64 610
Ingevity Corporation NGVT 1,997 1,293 184 1,500
Oci Partners Lp OCIP 986 368 41 122
Olin Corporation OLN 2,510 6,358 119 6,400
Quantumsphere, Inc. QSIM 0 0 -3 7
Horrison Resources Inc. SLPC 0 0 0 0
Senestech, Inc. SNES 101 0 -10 27
Sprague Resources Lp SRLP 291 3,833 50 600
Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.p. CLMT 269 3,463 13 2,000
Cvr Energy, Inc CVI 2,954 6,534 441 968
Trecora Resources TREC 146 272 -1 310
Intersections Inc INTX 89 158 -10 362
SUBTOTAL 1,559,542 1,055,882 59,766 1,115,978


             
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