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Utah Geothermal Working Group Meeting Presented by Lyle Ball & Paul Stephan / Oct Utah Geothermal Working Group Meeting Presented by Lyle Ball & Paul Stephan / Oct 2005 © 2005 AMP Resources 3/19/2018

Amp Resources Founded 2002 • Amp Capital Partners • Highland Capital (Boston) • Sorenson Amp Resources Founded 2002 • Amp Capital Partners • Highland Capital (Boston) • Sorenson Capital (SLC) 2

Amp Resources: Business Focus • Technology Innovation • • Subsurface resource mapping (WILLOWSTICK™ AQUATRACK™) Amp Resources: Business Focus • Technology Innovation • • Subsurface resource mapping (WILLOWSTICK™ AQUATRACK™) Ammonia/Water binary cycle technology (RECURRENT™ KALINA™) Industrial waste heat power generation (RECURRENT™ KALINA™) Investing millions in energy R&D, CLEANTECH lobby & market education • Engineering Excellence • • Project engineering, site advisory, land development & construction management services Environmental, mechanical, process, civil, structural & electrical engineering Logistics, inspections, equipment procurement & expediting Outside financing assistance, bid package preparation & evaluation • Power Project Development • • Development & ownership of 6 initial geothermal projects Investing millions in development of geothermal & waste heat projects • Global Orientation 3

Acquisitions (Wholly-Owned Entities) 4 Acquisitions (Wholly-Owned Entities) 4

Subsurface Resource Mapping with Willowstick™ Aquatrack™ • A patented, magnetic-based subsurface technology that: • Subsurface Resource Mapping with Willowstick™ Aquatrack™ • A patented, magnetic-based subsurface technology that: • Maps greater detail at depth than other electrical methods (>1 km) • Maps broader area (1 -1, 000+ acres) than downhole geophysical techniques • Provides unparalleled accuracy for delineating subsurface water • Less intrusive than drilling wells • Rapid mobilization, analysis and conclusive results 5

Aqua. Track Applications • • • 6 Geothermal mapping and monitoring Municipal / culinary Aqua. Track Applications • • • 6 Geothermal mapping and monitoring Municipal / culinary well site placement Contamination plume & reaction-front mapping Aquifer & groundwater mapping Landfill seepage mapping Dam leak detection & location Mine infiltration, control & remediation Oil production steam injection plume mapping Pipeline, reservoir and canal leak detection & location

Kalina™ Geothermal Project Portfolio Surprise Valley CA Clear Lake CA Cove Fort UT Stillwater Kalina™ Geothermal Project Portfolio Surprise Valley CA Clear Lake CA Cove Fort UT Stillwater NV 7 Salt Wells NV Hot Creek NV

Global Orientation • • • 8 SIEMENS (Licensee; two divisions) PENTA (U. S. waste Global Orientation • • • 8 SIEMENS (Licensee; two divisions) PENTA (U. S. waste heat power generation) Geo. Dynamics (Australia geothermal license) GERD (Japanese geothermal research & engineering) OCEES (Ocean-based power generation)

KALINA® Cycle Technology • Invented 1988 • Commercially available from Amp Resources & licensees KALINA® Cycle Technology • Invented 1988 • Commercially available from Amp Resources & licensees around the globe • Underlying principles are simple & understood • Effective, efficient & safe • Utilized in refrigeration for more than 100 years • Breakthroughs in: • Understanding of ammonia/water properties • Applying principles to power plant operations • Developing advanced efficiency designs 9

KALINA = Processes & Methods • Unique process uses standard technology & components • KALINA = Processes & Methods • Unique process uses standard technology & components • Use active control of ammonia & water to achieve the following gains: • Improved heat transfer process • Improved recuperation • Use of (and reliance on) PROVEN power plant components Improved plant efficiency, more efficient use of a fixed heat source 10

Components are Well Known & Proven 11 Components are Well Known & Proven 11

Implementation Options: Cow or Milk? • Buy the Cow • • • Purchase a Implementation Options: Cow or Milk? • Buy the Cow • • • Purchase a turnkey system Amp Resources can assist with outside financing Option to operate the power facility • Lease the Pasture, Buy Required Milk • • 12 Amp Resources builds the system Your company contracts with Amp Resources for electricity

KALINA Projects • Canoga Park 6. 5 MW combined cycle - Test Plant 1991 KALINA Projects • Canoga Park 6. 5 MW combined cycle - Test Plant 1991 • Fukuoka 5 MW waste heat from MSW incinerator - Test Plant 1999 • Sumitomo Steel 4 MW waste heat from closed loop cooling -1999 • Husavik 2 MW geothermal - 2000 • Chiyoda 4 MW waste heat from hydrocarbon process tower - 2005 • Salt Wells 10 MW geothermal - 2007 • Stillwater 30 MW geothermal - 2007 • Cove Fort 37 MW geothermal - 2007 • Surprise Valley 20 MW geothermal - 2007 13

Environmental & Safety • Less hazardous & flammable than organic cycle working fluids • Environmental & Safety • Less hazardous & flammable than organic cycle working fluids • Environmentally benign (the most common compound found in nature) • Ammonia vents easily, and is self alarming • Ammonia is the 6 th most-produced chemical in the United States • Proven safety record in ammonia synthesis Ammonia-Water is safe & environmentally friendly 14

Reliability • Standard power plant design practice • 100 years of steam turbine experience Reliability • Standard power plant design practice • 100 years of steam turbine experience • Fewer prime movers (turbines & pumps) • Standard heat transfer components 15

K-Cycle Areas of Application High Temp. 500° C Low Temp. 100° C Primary Source K-Cycle Areas of Application High Temp. 500° C Low Temp. 100° C Primary Source 16 Power Generation from: • Waste Heat in INDUSTRY • • • Cement Manufacturing Gas Compressor Stations Iron & Steel Industry Chemical Industry Incineration Plants Diesel Plants Steel Plant (Japan) Waste Incineration (Japan) • Hot Brine Heat Recuperation • Geothermal Projects Geothermal Plant (Iceland)

Q&A • Lyle Ball • VP Marketing, Amp Resources • lyle@ampresources. com • Mobile Q&A • Lyle Ball • VP Marketing, Amp Resources • lyle@ampresources. com • Mobile (801) 921 -9691 • Paul Stephan, • President, Recurrent Engineering • pstephan@recurrentengineering. com • Mobile (801) 362 -1082 17

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