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1 The worlds first economically viable, environmentally responsible well head solution. Trilogy has been created to address the major waste and emissions issues facing the worlds oil and gas production fields, providing well owners an affordable way to comply with environmental legislation and regulation today and in the future. Introducing The Trilogy System

2 Combined Heat and Power Destruction of Air Emissions Wastewater Disposal Three integrated systems – one well head solution

3 Air emissions How do we reduce or eliminate economically? Produced wastewater How do we treat or dispose of responsibly and affordably and put to beneficial use? Combined heat and power How do we avoid wasting well head energy resources and utilize them productively? Oil and gas production fields face enormous environmental challenges

4 Destruction of VOCs through flaring a. Low destruction rate b. Additional source of pollution c. Burns fuel source for non-beneficial use Floating roof a. Not applicable for Natural Gas wells Stand alone thermal oxidation process a. Burns fuel source for non-beneficial use b. Not economically viable Current alternatives for dealing with air emissions Technologically inefficient, environmentally destructive and cost prohibitive ::

5 Evaporation ponds a. Containment issues and liner failure b. Wild-life hazards c. Requires trucking d. Only effective in dry climates e. Highly temperate dependant/ seasonally ineffective Injection wells a. Require transportation to disposal site b. Collapsing wells and contamination c. Remove water from the eco-system d. Legislated for future non-compliance e. Seismically vulnerable Current alternatives for dealing with produced wastewater Filtration a. High failure rate b. Difficult to monitor c. Requires trucking d. Requires release permitting Trucking water a. Expensive, inefficient and contributes to air emissions b. Merely transfers the problem elsewhere Reverse osmosis a. Cost prohibitive b. Requires trucking, release permitting and constant manual monitoring Technologically inefficient, environmentally destructive and cost prohibitive ::

6 Current oil and gas production systems are not utilizing heat and energy resources pursuant to the current administrations future direction on clean energy. The use of thermal energy and combined heat and power (CHP) offers a huge opportunity for improved efficiency and emissions reduction. Current alternatives for dealing with well head energy waste Technologically inefficient and environmentally irresponsible ::

7 Water, oil and condensate data tracking a. No viable options available b. Inefficient manual operation c. Fraud d. Human error e. Lack of document verification Current alternatives for water, oil and condensate data tracking Technologically inefficient and cost prohibitive ::

8 The Trilogy Solution successfully addresses these challenges at the well head

9 The Trilogy Solution Air emission cleaning and scrubbing Trilogy thermal oxidation process eliminates 99% of VOCs at the well head ZAP (Zero Air Shed Potential) – wastewater disposal Trilogy economically and efficiently disposes of wastewater at the well head and purifies the water for future beneficial use Combined heat and power (turbine) Trilogy utilizes patented turbine system to address the importance of reclaimed power at the well head

10 Step 1 :: Air emission cleaning and scrubbing

11 VOCs are burned in the Thermal Oxidization Process The Destruction Efficiency is 99% of overall Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons Thermal Oxidization Process also reduces produced NOx gases BTUs produced in Thermal Oxidation Process are utilized in the Scrubbing / Evaporation Unit Trilogy thermal oxidization process

12 Scrubbing / Reducing Emissions Gases (Aerosols) exposed to water rise through tall vertical stack Fine spray creates high water/gas interface surface Effective scrubbing results Controlled exhaust pressure from engine/heater/flare Spray pattern optimized for scrubbing/evaporating Spray pattern ensures repeated 100% contact with exhaust gases Results are VOC, SOx, and particulate reduction

13 Diagram of scrubbing process at Danish Flats Storage Vaults Wastewater Disposal

14 Vault Gas Collection Scrubbing of Aerosols Vault collection and scrubbing at Danish Flats

15 Add a little heat to the scrubbing process

16 Gas well emissions greater than coal fired power plant emissions Estimated Annual Emissions for Uintah County Petroleum Field Development (7,000 Wells) Compared to Proposed 300 MW Coal Fired Power Plant (Tons/Year) :: Information for petroleum field development was gathered from the Uintah Basin Air Quality Study. Information for the proposed 300 MW Sevier Coal Fired Power Plant can be found at the Utah Department of Environmental Quality. This graph compares the estimated annual emissions for cumulative petroleum development within Uintah County versus proposed 300 MW coal fired power plant in Tons/Year.

17 Step 2 :: ZAP (Zero Air Shed Potential) – Disposal and beneficial use of produced wastewater

18 ZAP lowers cost of water disposal Scrubbing at the well head purifies and evaporates wastewater Remaining water can then be disposed of or beneficially used at pad locations Water trucking costs are significantly reduced due to localized pad disposal of water Easier to permit new and existing locations due to lower emissions and particulate count

19 Stand alone ZAP located at Danish Flats

20 Water evaporation at a rate of 100 to 1,500 barrels a day per unit

21 In terms of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS), in the U.S., the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) advises against consuming water containing more than 500mg/liter, otherwise known as 500 parts per million (ppm) of TDS Many health specialists believe that ideal drinking water should be under 50 ppm The average tap water in America contains approximately 350 ppm of TDS Trilogy water samples show results of 268 ppm – exceeding the EPA requirement for drinking water in the United States Trilogy water exceeds EPA standards Trilogy water samples show results of 268 ppm ::

22 ZAP in multiple unit configuration located at well head

23 Step 3 :: Combined heat and power (Turbine)

24 A Natural Gas Turbine Generator is used at the well head for lower power cost and fueling cost The BTUs produced in Power Generation Process are recycled in the Scrubbing / Evaporation Unit Lower maintenance cost and any excess power generated can be sold back to the power company Combined heat and power at well head

25 Graphical interactive controls with real time data feedback

26 Power generation unit for 5.5 megawatts

27 Enclosure for Power Generation Unit for 5.5 megawatts

28 State-of-the-art data tracking :: In addition to solving the three main environmental concerns facing oil and gas production fields, Trilogy goes a step further by providing instantaneous and remote water, oil and condensate data tracking at the well head

29 What our system does :: Our system provides 100% accurate information from the time the water is loaded on the first truck at the well head or pad location all the way to the disposal site This information is then instantaneously uploaded to the internet so the end user has immediate access to the information. All historical data is then recorded and saved for future review The Trilogy System also remotely measures water level, oil level and condensate level at the well head or pad location and then uploads that information to the internet Load Metrics / Data Tracking

30 Tracking Process 1.Trucking company data stored on RFID tag on truck 2.Producer/Location data stored at pad module 3.Driver enters ID to activate tracker module – tracker module reads tank data closes incoming valve opens outgoing valve – driver loads truck – tracker module reads tank data opens incoming valve 4.Tracker pad module is written to truck RFID 5.Truck driver ID activates off load kiosk 6.Off load kiosk reads data from truck RFID – opens valve to off load location (any type of off load location) 7.Volume of liquid is measured and monitored – data is stored in off load kiosk 8.Photo is taken of driver – ticket is printed for driver to sign – driver signs ticket – driver places ticket in kiosk scanner – driver is provided with copy of ticket 9.All data including photo and ticket image are uploaded to secure web based system 10.Data and images are available in real time via online dashboards – system will then generate custom reports – invoice customers – broadcast text messages, emails etc.

31 Current data tracking practices :: Load Metrics / Data Tracking Tracking of disposal water is currently being done by manual data entry. There are many areas for mistakes to be made and even fraudulent information to be entered Currently well head expenses are being averaged over several well locations so the true cost for production at each location is unknown Condensate levels currently have to be measured manually by personnel and measuring stick. Errors in measurement or by the driver result in condensate being hauled off with the water disposal Water trucking companies often times bill at an hourly rate without accountability

32 Trailer Information :: - Volume - Water Quality - Trailer ID - Pad ID - Driver ID - Timestamp Data to Server and Billing :: - Camera Image - Trailer Volume / Barrels - Water Quality - Trailer ID - Driver ID - Pad ID - Truck ID - Hold Tank Volume - Hold Tank Water Quality - Pad Water Level - Pad Condensate Level Information recorded and provided to well / pad owner Data is recorded, transmitted and made available instantly via the world wide web ::

33 Camera Key Pad Scanner Printer No personnel needed to operate The truck driver is provided a driver ID – truck and trailer carry their own unique ID The camera takes a photo of the trailer and driver Volume, turbidity, condensate and transaction time are all recorded and instantly uploaded at disposal site Water collection / disposal site

34 Key Pad Automated Valve At the well head / pad the truck driver keys in ID to allow water or condensate withdrawal Automated valve controls start and shut off to ensure the truck only collects what is required Well head / pad location valve automation

35 Internet based dash board provides all information

36 Internet dash board quick view of water and condensate level at any location. Any point can be scrolled over and clicked for detailed information.

37 The Trilogy Team USURF SAE Vital Vu

38 USURF Recognized throughout the world as a leader in both space and thermal management technologies Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) Division of USURF founded in 1959. Responsible for the design, fabrication, and operation of thousands of sensors on over 400 payloads ranging from aircraft and rocket-borne experiments to space shuttle experiments, small satellites, and satellite-based sensor systems Energy Dynamics Laboratory (EDL) Division of USURF founded in 2007. EDL is leading the way in developing resources, technologies and systems that will be critical to the energy security of the united states in the 21 st century and beyond The Trilogy Team – Utah State University Research Foundation (USURF) The contribution of USURF to the science behind Trilogy is profound and protected ::

39 SAE Founded in 1996. Specialized Analysis Engineering, Inc. is a multi-faceted engineering company with over 1,000 machine builds that are utilized in a wide variety of markets SAE is the primary production consultant on all fabrication and implementation for The Trilogy System. As educational by-products of Utah State University and USURF, the two founders of SAE are intimately involved in every aspect of the project The Trilogy Team – Specialized Analysis Engineering (SAE) Their multi-faceted contribution to the design and production of Trilogy is state-of-the-art ::

40 Vital Vu a. Provides complete production wastewater, oil and condensate tracking from point of origin to point of disposal or sale b. Once data is recorded, it is transmitted and made available instantly and securely from anywhere in the world, via the world wide web c. The Trilogy interactive interface is very graphical and intuitive. No training on our program is necessary. No additional software is necessary d. Incorporates automated, customized reporting sent via text message or email, providing up to the minute data on all field production e. Reduces costly staff and provides complete transparency for entire operation through fully verified scanned source documents and photo identification The Trilogy Team – Vital Vu Water, oil and condensate data tracking, remote management and source document verification ::

41 Overall system integration Vault Covers Generator Combined Heat and Power Thermal Oxidizer Destruction of Air Emissions Control Center ZAP Wastewater Disposal

42 The Trilogy System developed by Purestream is one of those cutting edge oil and gas field technologies that improves process efficiency, increases profitability and benefits our global environment – all in one state-of-the-art system. – Chris Jahn Mr. Jahn has over 40 years in the oil and gas industry as an innovator and inventor of produced water systems. The Trilogy System – A cutting edge oil and gas field technology

43 Corporate Office :: 510 South 600 East Salt Lake City, Utah 84102 Contact Information :: Toll Free :: 1.866.582.8388 Please contact us to learn more about The Trilogy System

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