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1 Welcome TARPON Energy Services
Presentation Welcome TARPON Energy Services

2 RELIABILITY VERSATILITY ACCOUNTABILITY PROFITABILITY
Products RELIABILITY VERSATILITY ACCOUNTABILITY PROFITABILITY

3 Developed for NASA Space Elevator By University of Saskatchewan
Reliability Motor Low Power Draw Motor Developed for NASA Space Elevator By University of Saskatchewan

4 Reliability Motors TRIDO motor was conceived and designed to work in space from solar power Rare Earth Permanent Magnet 24 Volt DC 3 Phase Brushless Motor Class 1 Div 1 Groups C & D 95% Efficient - T3 Temperature Rated Cool Running DC to AC back to DC creating a soft start 300 to 400 mA on start up.

5 Solar Powered Chemical Pumps
Products Solar Powered Chemical Pumps

6 Solar Powered Chemical Pumps
Cut Over injection of Chemical Eliminate Production Losses and Workovers Eliminate Odours Safer Work Environment Increase Gas Sales Easy to Operate Reduced Pump Maintenance Reduce Field Service Costs Low Installation Costs Multi Point Chemical Injection Carbon Credit program ready

7 Variable Rate Injection Run 5100 and 5000 Series Texsteam Style Pumps
Multi Point and Multi-Chemical Injection Reduce your C02 Footprint Accurate Pumping at low volumes High volume High pressure pumping Chemical Pumps

8 SINGLE, DUAL, QUAD, 6 and 8 HEAD SYSTEMS
Versatility Products SINGLE, DUAL, QUAD, 6 and 8 HEAD SYSTEMS

9 Infinitely adjustable deliverability of chemical
Versatility Products Infinitely adjustable deliverability of chemical

10 Pumping against back pressures of up to 10,000 psi
Chemical Pumps Volume and Rates For 5100 Series Heads Pumping against back pressures of up to 10,000 psi Capacities Double with Dual Head Attachment Stroke rate 1 5 10 20 30 32.9 3/16” Piston 0.58 2.9 5.8 11.6 17.4 19.1 1/4” Piston 1.2 6 23.2 34.7 39.5 3/8” Piston 2.3 11.5 46.6 69.5 75.6 1/2” Piston 4.6 23.0 46.3 92.6 138.9 151.3

11 Versatility Products TRIDO Solar pumping Systems will fit any pumping head on the market

12 Versatility Chemical Pumps
Custom Skid Units

13 Hundreds of Installations
Chemical Pumps Hundreds of Installations

14 Solar Powered Instrument Air Compressors
Products Solar Powered Instrument Air Compressors

15 Solar Powered Compressor Pressure Capacity Watts
Presentation Solar Powered Compressor Pressure Capacity Watts 20 PSI SCFD 30 PSI SCFD 40 PSI SCFD 50 PSI * SCFD • As many as 150,000 gas processing skids powered by fuel gas operate in the Western Canada Basin. • Each install emits between 100 and 200 tons of GHG equivalents per year. • Emitted Gases are a threat to worker safety. • Emitted Gases are a major fire hazard. • Emitted Gases may result in foul odors that effect workers and nearby residents. Operating Issues • Propane and bottled gas are expensive. • Propane and fuel gases can cause problems in cold weather and increase instrument maintenance. Existing Installs • Trido’s Compressors were installed in 2 beta test sites in the fall of one in South Central Alberta and another in Northern BC. • The Alberta install is a small 2 phase gas/liquid separator with a plunger lift system and a Trido Mini-Mizer Chemical Injection Pump. It is powered by watt solar panels. winter.

16 Solar Compressor Pictures

17 Accountability Controller
VFD Controlled Class 1 Div 2 – 24 Volts DC Easy to program and operate 4 operating Modes Variable - Pressure – Temperature – SCADA

18 Environmental Responsible
Zero Emissions Packages Fuel Gas pumps emit 4,000,000 to 6,000,000 tonnes of C02 equivalent annually Replacing all Fuel gas pumps is equivalent to removing 500,000 to 750,000 cars annually CO2 Credits are available for Replacing Fuel Gas Driven Pumps

19 TARPON Not leaving money on the table
Profitability TARPON Not leaving money on the table

20 Profitability Sales Support Trailer

21 Capture the Sale and the Install Revenue Residual Sales
Profitability High Margins Capture the Sale and the Install Revenue Residual Sales Additional Service Opportunities Increased Utilization Increased Buying Power Increased Location Revenue New Local Revenue Stream

22 PTAC Zero Emission Well site Demonstration Project
Jamie Callendar October 31, 2013

23 Agenda Project Scope and Objectives
Previous Configuration of Well Site Zero Emissions Well Site Configuration Data Logging Operational Results Conclusions

24 Project Scope and Objectives
Zero Emissions Well Site Project Project Objectives: Install a zero emissions well site configuration with a fully solar powered system and operate this system throughout the winter to evaluate performance Share Encana’s experiences with PTAC TEREE Committee Project Scope: Retrofit an existing well site with a Trido zero emission solar powered system to achieve the following: Replace existing high bleed pressure and level controllers with low bleed equivalent devices Remove existing pneumatic methanol pump and replace with solar-electric methanol pump Install battery packs, solar panels and electric actuator with air compressor and air receiver to supply pneumatic controls

25 Previous Configuration
Zero Emissions Well Site Project Selected Well Site: Older deep gas well with a two phase (gas/water) separator and a plunger lift located near Three Hills, Alberta Deliberately chose a low profile gas well to ensure operator buy-in Average gas production of ~1.2 e3m3/day (42 mcfd)

26 Previous Configuration
Zero Emissions Well Site Project 3 Primary sources of vented methane emissions: High Bleed Pressure Controller Manufacturer spec estimated vent rate of 25 scfh (continuous) High Bleed Level Controller Manufacturer spec estimated vent rate of 30 scfh (continuous) Pneumatic Chemical Pump Estimated vent rate of 15 scfh average over the year Aug 2012: took field measurements of controller vents using a high flow sampler and a diaphragm meter Measured 17 to 30 scfh from the two controller vents Challenging to get low pressure vent gas to go through meter as FLIR camera showed gas leaking into building instead of out vent Estimated GHG Emissions of ~150 to 235 tCO2e/year for this site

27 Previous Configuration
High Bleed Pneumatic Devices High Bleed Pressure Controller High Bleed Level Controller Pneumatic Methanol Pump 1 3 2

28 New Configuration Low Bleed Controllers Low Bleed Pressure Controller
Low Bleed Level Controller Solar-Powered Methanol Pump 1 3 2

29 Solar-Powered Air Compressor
New Configuration Solar-Powered Air Compressor 1 Trido Air Compressor Air Receiver and Air Dryer Solar Panels (Extra Pair of Panels for Data Logger) 2 3

30 Solar-Powered Air Compressor
New Configuration Solar-Powered Air Compressor Controllers for Pump and Air Compressor Batteries Data Logging Equipment

31 Operating Data Downloaded in Winter & Summer
Data Logging Operating Data Downloaded in Winter & Summer Actual data from Feb 4, 2013 to March 11, 2013 Ambient average temperature of -7°C Minimum temperature -22°C Methanol Pump turned on at ~10 L/day Actual data from July 13, 2013 to July 21, 2013 Ambient average temperature of 16°C Maximum temperature of 27°C Methanol Pump turned off during summer

32 Charge System Amps (Winter)
Data Logging Charge System Amps (Winter)

33 Charge System Amps (Summer)
Data Logging Charge System Amps (Summer)

34 Air Compressor Amps (Winter)
Data Logging Air Compressor Amps (Winter) Air compressor kicks in roughly every minute for a total of 15 seconds with a typical peak current draw of 1 to 2 amps.

35 Air Compressor Amps (Summer)
Data Logging Air Compressor Amps (Summer)

36 Methanol Pump Actuator Amps
Data Logging Methanol Pump Actuator Amps

37 Initial Learning Curve
Operational Results Initial Learning Curve Equipment installed Oct 31st/ Nov 1st, 2012 Freezing rain and very overcast weather right after start-up caused some issues November 1, 2012 to December 3, 2012 various issues during first month of operations Wiring issue as panels were wired in series, not in parallel Batteries were not charged prior to installation, system did not deliver expected autonomy during first cloudy day Moisture in compressor air intake froze off – re-piped air intake to be from inside building Compressor seals subsequently had to be replaced after methanol used to thaw frozen air intake degrading seals Fuse for the compressor burnt out and was replaced

38 Reliable performance through the winter
Operational Results Reliable performance through the winter From December 3rd 2012 through the rest of winter the air compressor ran smoothly with no reported shutdowns and delivered air at a steady 30 psig August 2013 – 2 day shutdown due to compressor valve issue caused by dust/dirt getting into the air compressor Compressor valves replaced and filter added to the air intake to prevent same issue in the future Low system power consumption with average night time power use of ~5 watts Solar chemical pump has not had any issues to date

39 Conclusions Conclusions
Overall the system operated reliably throughout the winter and did not cause any significant downtime during cold weather, after the initial learning curve during the 1st month of operations Recommend that additional care be taken to avoid issues with the air intake if excess moisture or dust gets into the air compressor Installation costs could be reduced with better wiring and pre-assembly of systems in advance of arrival at lease site Economics are a challenge for retrofits, but costs of a zero emission well site system could be comparable for a new build well site if the comparable design requires a thermoelectric generator (TEG), fuel cell or larger solar/battery pack

40 Thank you! Contact Website Jamie Callendar
Website

41 Questions? Cal Whibbs 403-807-9977


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