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Quantum Energy & Bilfinger westcon Present21st Century Clean Energy Centers
Who is Quantum Energy?QUANTUM ENERGY, INC. is a development stage publicly traded diversified holding company with an emphasis in oil field development trading under the stock symbol “QEGY” on the OTC. Specializing in: Land Holdings Oil & Gas Holdings Refinery Development
Quantum Energy Corporate FactsAugust 12, 2004 – Filed SB-2 public offering. May 30, 2006 - Changed its name to Quantum Energy, Inc. and acquired interests in the Barnett Shale area of West Texas. February 28, 2009 - Terminated its Barnett Shale interests.June 20, 2013 - Stan Wilson appointed as Chairman and sole officer and director and given controlling shareholders proxy.June 25, 2013 – Acquired 100% of FTPM Resources, Inc. from Mr. Wilson who received 200K shares (80%).November 15, 2013 – 150 to 1 forward split record date.March 22, 2014 - Andrew J. Kacic appointed to the board and named Chief Executive Officer.
21st Century Clean Energy CentersQUANTUM ENERGY, INC. proposes to develop five 21st Century Clean Energy Centers throughout the Bakken field with each to include:a 20,000 bpd diesel refinery; a separate adjacent 100k bbd processing plant to strip the NGL’s from the crude for development of the local propane, butane and fertilizer markets; andthe latest CO2 capture technology to reduce emission regulation while providing injection supply of CO2 for enhanced oil recovery (EOR). Projected refinery annual revenue (five Centers): $3,329,451,860Projected NGL Crude Processing annual revenue (five Centers): $182,500,000Projected CO2 Capture EOR annual revenue (five centers): $262,500,000Combined Energy Center annual revenue (five Centers): $3,774,451,860Combined EBITDA: $882,160,030
Refinery: 20,000 barrel-per-day diesel refinery that produces 7,000 bpd of ultra-low sulfer diesel. The scope of the refinery is an atmospheric topping plant, naphtha stabilizer, distillate hydrotreater, 668,000 barrel tank farm and supporting facilities. The project will have an integrated truck loading rack and will produce ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel to be distributed locally, with the secondary products shipped by rail to other refineries or end users Proven Bakken crude supply producing 1,000,000 barrels per day and a proven local diesel demand for 75,000 barrels per day of diesel consumption that is only being served by 27,000 BPD of local Bakken refined diesel (Tesoro and MDU)Proven substantial price advantage (transportation/shipping advantage) to locally refined diesel fuel versus crude transported to the coasts to be refined and shipped back to the Bakken21st Century Clean Energy Centers Refinery
Refinery Project of Similar ScopeDakota Prairie Refinery – Dickinson, NDDakota Prairie Refinery, when complete, will be the first greenfield refinery built in the U.S. since 1976. The refinery will process 20,000 barrels per day of Bakken crude oil. Construction of the diesel refinery, on a 318-acre site located west of Dickinson, N.D. is expected to take approximately 20 months.It will employ 400 to 500 employees during peak construction and about 100 employees when it is operating. Total project costs are estimated to be approximately $300 million.
Refinery Project of Similar ScopeDakota Prairie Refinery – Dickenson, NDEstimated Completion December 15, 2014
21st Century Clean Energy Centers Crude Splitting - NGL StrippingAn adjacent atmospheric tower facility that uses the refinery infrastructure to process crude by stripping NGL’s to reduce volatility and increase the safety of Bakken crude rail transport.Renders the processed crude as capable of being exported under existing U.S. law to allow worldwide export directly from the Bakken Williston Basin. Stripped NGL’s can be used for the local market of propane, butane and fertilizer. Processing fee of $1.00 per barrel when processing 100,000 bpd per Energy Center. Quantum anticipates potential additional revenue from the marketing of the processed NGL’s though marketing agreements with its producer customers.
21st Century Clean Energy CenterCO2 Capture – Enhanced Oil RecoveryCapture and use the CO2 Greenhouse Gases for Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) to produce oil and gas in the region by using the latest technology that will provide Quantum with a ready supply of CO2 for sale as a well injection source that has been proven to enhance oil production successfully in other oil fields. The CO2 has a demonstrated market value of $70 per compressed ton that is pipe ready. Quantum expects to capture 750,000 tons per year per Energy Center @ $70 per ton for a total of $52,500,000 revenue per year per energy center and 3,750,000 tons per year for all five energy centers @ $70 per ton = $262,500,000 of CO2 revenue per year. The capex for the CO2 capture technology equipment is $60 million per each of the five Energy Centers.
Who is Bilfinger-Westcon?Industrial Project Specialists – HQ in Bismarck, ND and founded in 1981 by Mark C. PetersonPurchased by Bilfinger Berger (Mannheim, GER) in July 2012; 2013 Revenue of 8.6 Billion Euros ($11.3 Billion USD)No history of client lawsuit or liabilityNo history of Subcontractor lawsuit or liabilityNo LD penalization85% of work is repeat business or client referralSuccessful project execution working with Engineering FirmsReceived a national award for “Dispute Resolution”Turnover rates less than 2% historicallyProject Management and Development Company for the Dakota Prairie Refinery Project in Dickinson, ND – Currently completing the construction
Oskaloosa, IACanton, OHPiqua, OHCorporate HeadquartersBismarck, ND
Quantum Bilfinger-Westcon AlliancePhase lLand AcquisitionSite SelectionStrategic AllianceFEED-PackagePermitting-PackagePFD’sPlot PlansDesign Basis Preliminary SchedulePhase II
Quantum Bilfinger-Westcon AlliancePhase IIIDetail EngineeringConstructability±10% EstimateDetail ScheduleExecution500 – 600 Construction Jobs100 Full-time EmployeesPhase IV
Quantum Energy Project Projected First Year Earnings Per Single Energy CenterFinancial Summary *Refinery $665,890,534NGL Processing $36,500,000CO2 Capture $52,500,000Total Revenue $754,890,534Cost of Goods Sold $546,998,528Gross Profit $207,892,006Operating Costs ($31,460,000)EBITDA $176,432,006
Quantum Energy Project Capital Requirements20,000 bpd refinery: $350,000,000 per refineryNGL Processing: $60,000,000 ($30 million per 50,000 bpd facility) CO2 Capture: $60,000,000 ($10 million per 20,000 bpd)Total Five Centers: $1,750,000,000 five refineries $300,000,000 five 100,000 bpd NGL processing $300,000,000 five CO2 capture facilities Combined total: $2,350,000,000
Quantum & Bilfinger-Westcon are at the forefront of development in the Bakken, Join Us.With projected annual net earnings of over $70 Million, a strong project management and development team, and an experienced engineering and fabricating organization experienced in construction and operation in arctic conditions, our 21st Clean Energy Centers will be well-positioned to be economically viable for the foreseeable future.QUANTUM ENERGY, INC.60 East Rio Salado Parkway Suite 900Tempe, Arizona 85281Stan Wilson, Chairmanstan@quantum-e.com480-699-0009Andrew J. Kacic, CEO 815 Main StreetWilliston, North Dakota firstname.lastname@example.orgBILFINGER WESTCON INC.7401 Yukon DriveBismarck, ND 58503Bill Bradley, Project/Program Directorbill.email@example.com