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1 Lifeview Enhanced Oil Recovery PRTISP Process November 19, 2014 Copyright Lifeview Oil and Gas Patent Pending

2 Who has been involved with the Development of PRTISP  Harold Nikipelo  Sole designer of PRTISP and downhole tool, President of Lifeview Oil and Gas Management Services  Dr. Alex Turta, Alberta Research Council Calgary, Advisor to PRTISP process onlyTurta  Head of the Enhanced Oil Recovery  Co-designer of THAI,  Author of many EOR papersEOR  Dr. Kenny Adegbesan, KADE technologiesKADE  Reservoir Modelling Simulations  Facility Engineering  Downhole Tool Development Engineers ( Thermal)  Thermal Engineering Firm for all downhole development  Geomechanical Staff  Geologists

3 Building a better Mouse Trap Current heavy and conventional Oil Recovery Technologies.  THAI & CAPRICAPRI  SAGD SAGD  Solvent Injection Solvent  Electrical energy  Water flooding  Gas Injection Gas

4 What if  What would happen if you combine 4 proven technologies (Pulse, Thermal, Solvent Gas Injection, Toe to Heel Injection Production configuration )into 1 process?  Dr. Alex Turta and Dr. Ken Adegbesan believe it may change the way we look at heavy oil and conventional oil recovery.

5 The Concept & Benefits to you  When effectively implemented, we believe our Process may be the most efficient way to accelerate fluid flow and disperse liquids through oil-bearing geological material.  Economically efficient production, thanks to better oil mobility and anticipated well efficiency, Cheaper Facility due to less steam being generated  The process of the present invention is adaptable for use in reservoir contexts including but not limited to the following:  Reservoirs with high viscosity bitumen or heavy oil  Reservoirs with mobile bottom water  Reservoirs with difficulty cap rock integrity issues  Reservoirs with depths not over 1100 meters  Reservoirs with narrow or restricted net pay over 6 meters  Reservoirs with depletion drive mechanisms for heavy oil extraction  Reservoirs for conventional oil production

6 PRTISP  Pulse  Resonance  Thermal  Injected  Syn-gas  Process

7 Pulse The process is a thermal pulse jet unit which would be fuelled by a fuel source (Propane or Natural Gas, preferred) of which its exhaust gaseous would be injected into the well. Wet steam/water – syngas injection downhole in a pulsing mode for heavy oil recovery. Each segment is controllable, Maximum benefit supersedes any known enhanced oil recovery program developed. The pulsing mode is adjustable based on design and exhaust port length. (Lifeview Pulsation Tool)

8 Thermal The thermal temperature of the exhaust gases are regulated to meet the engineering working specifications as set forth by given parameters and the required sonic resonance frequency required to maximum production. Prior to exit point of the downhole pulsation tool, the gases will pass through a downhole heater (adjustable) thus increasing the temperature prior to being expelled through the downhole pulsation tool expulsion ports. Treated water/steam would be injected on the exhaust side. Steam Expansion (High Temperature Steam) This injection will be downhole at the exit point of the hot gas using our designed downhole pulsation tool.

9 Resonance The Sonic Resonance Frequency generated by the pulse jet would be regulated based on both temperature and amplitude for the regulation of the wave’s magnitude of oscillation. Causes penetration to within the reservoir and will generate flow to the production well. The sonic frequency is calculated to ensure cap rock integrity is maintained by Geomechanical methods and testing.

10 Syngas The use of propane or natural gas as a main fuel source along with other thermal operations to product it’s by- products (SYNGAS) would be used as a solvent gaseous solution based on the reservoir requirements. Please note that they may vary based on injection ratio, frequency cycle setting etc and the additional injection of makeup gas to meet our production goals. Temperature will be regulated by above ground activities and also by below ground activities by use of the electronic heating element designed inside the tubular string.

11 Injected Finally, the injection of water or steam (treated) will be used to increase the mobility of the bitumen flowing to the production well by applying wet steam or water downhole in direct contact with high temperature gaseous. Designed downhole pulsation tool. This will harness the steam expansion characteristics to pulsate movement of the oil by dilating the natural fractures without causing damage to cap rock integrity. Toe to heel configuration well will be used. This short- distance oil displacement will preserve the upgrading. This benefit has been demonstrated in other existing enhanced oil recovery processes and can be controlled to meet the required benefit.

12 Process The key is upgrading underground by making changes to the carbon chain and thermal application With the drive systems being used downhole, production is maximized. Zero Emissions from the injector process Green process

13 Copyright Lifeview Oil and Gas Patent Pending PRTISP Process

14 Copyright Lifeview Oil and Gas Patent Pending Bottom water Problems with continuous steam injection

15 Copyright Lifeview Oil and Gas Patent Pending PRTISP process in bottom water

16 Copyright Lifeview Oil and Gas Patent Pending Lack of Cap Rock Problems with Continuous Steam Injection

17 Copyright Lifeview Oil and Gas Patent Pending

18 Bird`s eye view of the TTH(Toe to Heel) steam- syngas flooding process; well configuration. Staggered Line Drive Configuration vi Horizontal Well Producer TOE HEEL 5-m 50 m 800m 400m Legend: Ob – Observation well, future VI VI - vertical injector Ob 50m

19 Bird`s eye view of the TTH steam-syngas flooding process for Commercial Application Staggered Line Drive Configuration vi Horizontal Well Producer TOE HEEL 5-m 50 m 800m 400m Legend: Ob – Observation well, future VI VI - vertical injector Ob 50m

20 Steps for Field development  Due diligence on the Land  Develop a seismic program to delineate New plays  Develop a core hole and thermal drilling program to begin pilot program  1000bbl per day  5000bbl per day  10,0000bbl per day

21 PRTISP Process for Heavy Oil Recovery and Conventional Oil New deployment technique in areas with cold flow production, depleted production in mature fields

22 Conventional Heavy Oil spacing per Section Vertical Production wells Vertical Thermal Injector well Vertical Production wells

23 Current development Status  Work with an Oil firm for deployment into the Heavy oil field for testing  University of Calgary under the direction and supervision of Dr. Ian Gates, Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, will be conducting a research project analyzing the experimental results by using detailed thermal reservoir simulation and use learnings to construct a field-scale reservoir simulation model to evaluate the PRTISP recovery process.  US Patent issued October 07, 2014 US8,851,169 B2

24 Lifeview Petroleum Geological Property Assessment David H. Harris P. Geol.

25 Manor Prospect W1\2 Section 3-7-1W2

26 Manor Alida Light Oil Pools

27 Manor Alida Light Oil Pool with current Crescent Point horizontal drilling *posted data and bubbles are cumulative oil to date

28 MANOR: North-South Structure Cross Section Posted production values in barrels per day – 1 st month average daily rates Cross Section A-A’ Appendix “A” shows continuation of productive oil pool.

29 Structure Map Top of Productive Alida Formation *structure increases from current Crescent Point drilling *2 meter contour

30 Horizontal Type Log Offset Wells *notice proximity of productive horizontal oil wells to the Lifeview Manor land holdings and the 4-3 vertical well bore.

31 Type Log #1 West Horizontal Offset @ 256 bbls/day 2 nd month initial production

32 PRODUCTIVE OFFSET – Production Graph 191/07-04-007-01W2/00

33 Horizontal Type Log #1 (west) 191/07-04-007-01W2/00 Horizontal Trajectory Initial production *note 2 nd month product ion @ 256 bbls/da y Horizontal 7-4 leg drilled proximal to 6-4 vertical well bore

34 Type Log #2 South Horizontal Offset @ 73 bbls/day 1 st month initial production

35 Horizontal Type Log #2 (South) 191/13-34-006-01W2/00 Horizontal Initial Production Horizontal 13-34 leg drilled proximal to 13- 34 vertical well bore

36 Productive Offset – Production Graph

37 Log Comparison 4-3 Lifeview Manor Land Well to Productive 256bbl/day Horizontal Offset 6-4 *Similar porosity, resistivity and structural elevation indicate similar productive reservoir

38 Log Comparison Lifeview Manor Land Well 4-3 to South Productive 70 bbl/day Horizontal Offset *formation tops compare structurally at -577m sub sea

39 Geological Formation Parameters  Predominately Mississippian age Alida formation productive light (35 degree API) oil over water reservoir at approximately 1175-1200 meters TVD and 10,000 Kpa initial formation pressure. (expected depletion)  Inter-bedded fractured Dolomite/Limestone Carbonate with Anhydrite cap  Productive porosity – 9-14% Limestone up to 24% dolomite but generally mixed.  Productive Resistivity – 1-3 ohms up to 20+ ohms log resistivity.  9m @ 14% porosity LST avg (potential 16-18% Dolomite)  Estimated potential production – 60-120 bbls/day on open hole 800m horizontal leg plan (Pending Engineering evaluation)  High water production anticipated- facilities necessary.

40 Potential Initial Horizontal Program

41 Manor Prospect - Conclusions  Petrophysical log analysis, core analysis, cross sections and structure mapping indicate that a inter-bedded Dolomite/Limestone carbonate oil bearing system exist at the Lifeview Petroleum lands 4-3-7-1w2 well bore and is comparative and extensional to the prolific Alida oil production to the SE.  Offsetting comparative vertical well bore log responses are similar in porosity and resistivity to the Manor section 4-3-7-1w2 well bore.  Horizontal well bores drilled adjacent to previously existing comparative vertical offsets show proven economic production.  Initial production from offsetting horizontal wells are 256 bbls/day and 73 bbls/day and are less than 750 meters and 400 meters away respectively from the Lifeview Land holdings.  Crescent Point currently drilling wells directly south of Lifeview Manor Lands  Drill one 700m leg horizontal test East West south of 4-3 vertical well  Evaluate 1 st well then move to delineation.  Drill 4-5 700m leg horizontal delineation wells

42 Proposed Joint Venture / Partnership / Sale of ownership  Lifeview will grant sole licensing rights to NEWCO company for North American rights, ( Exclusive rights),  Lifeview will add in all existing lands for a total of 1125 acres of oil bearing properties in Fillmore, Fielding and Manor area.  First option on International use of patent with exclusive rights.

43 Corporate Services  Legal Services MacPherson Leslie and Tyerman LLP 1600 Centennial Place, 520 – 3 rd Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2P 0R2 Corporate Counsel Contact Information Harold Nikipelo, 780-213-0297 43

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