Alcoa Worldwide Alumina Refining Capacity
As of December 31, 2013

Country Facility Owners Nameplate
Capacity1
Alcoa
Consolidated
Capacity2
(% Of Ownership) (000 MTPY) (000 MTPY)
Australia
Kwinana Alcoa of Australia3 (AofA) (100%) 2,190 2,190
Pinjarra AofA (100%) 4,234 4,234
Wagerup AofA (100%) 2,555 2,555
Brazil
Poços de Caldas Alumínio4(100%) 390 390
São Luís
(Alumar)
Alcoa World Alumina (AWA) Brasil3 (39%)
Rio Tinto Alcan Inc.5 (10%)
Alumínio (15%)
BHP Billiton5 (36%)
3,500  1,890
Jamaica
Jamalco Alcoa Minerals of Jamaica, L.L.C.3 (55%)
Clarendon Alumina Production Ltd.6 (45%)
1,478 841
Spain
San Ciprián Alúmina Española, S.A.3 (100%) 1,500 1,500
Suriname
Suralco Suralco3 (55%)
AMS7 (45%)
2,2078 2,207
United States
Point Comfort, TX AWA LLC3 (100%) 2,3059 2,305
Total 20,359 18,112

1 Nameplate Capacity is an estimate based on design capacity and normal operating efficiencies and does not necessarily represent maximum possible production.
2 The figures in this column reflect Alcoa’s share of production from these facilities. For facilities wholly-owned by Alcoa World Alumina and Chemicals (AWAC) entities, Alcoa takes 100% of the production.
3 This entity is part of the AWAC group of companies and is owned 60% by Alcoa and 40% by Alumina Limited.
4 This entity is owned 100% by Alcoa.
5 The named company or an affiliate holds this interest.
6 Clarendon Alumina Production Ltd. is wholly-owned by the Government of Jamaica.
7 AWA LLC owns 100% of N.V. Alcoa Minerals of Suriname (AMS). AWA LLC is part of the AWAC group of companies and is owned 60% by Alcoa and 40% by Alumina Limited.
8 In May 2009, the Suralco alumina refinery announced curtailment of 870,000 mtpy. The decision was made to protect the long-term viability of the industry in Suriname. The curtailment was aimed at deferring further bauxite extraction until additional in-country bauxite resources are developed and market conditions for alumina improve. The refinery currently has approximately 876,000 mtpy of idle capacity.
9 Reductions in production at Point Comfort resulted mostly from the effects of curtailments initiated in late 2008 through early 2009, as a result of overall market conditions. The reductions included curtailments of approximately 1,500,000 mtpy. Of that original amount, 340,000 mtpy remain curtailed.

As of December 31, 2013, Alcoa had approximately 1,216,000 mtpy of idle capacity against total Alcoa Consolidated Capacity of 18,112,000 mtpy.