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FluidOil Limited & Steam Oil Cooperation Agreement

London, UK – May 2, 2017 – FluidOil Limited, the independent international heavy oil technology company, has entered into a cooperation agreement with The Steam Oil Production Company (“Steam Oil”) to explore the potential of integrating FluidOil’s Viscositor Heavy-to-Light (“VHTL”) oil upgrading technology into an offshore steam flooding project.

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Western Platform, 140 km east of Aberdeen

Steam Oil is working on plans to launch the world’s first major offshore steam flooding project. Steam Oil has under licence or award a number of heavy oil reservoirs in the UK, in an area known as the Western Platform, some 140 km east of Aberdeen. These discoveries have a total of nearly 650 million barrels of oil (“mmbbls”) in place.

As a first step to developing this resource base, and to learn how best to steam flood offshore, Steam Oil plans to construct a steam flood demonstration project on part of the Pilot field. The subsequent steam flood development of the remainder of the Pilot field, and the other Western Platform heavy oil fields, has the potential to produce in excess of 300 mmbbls. Further exploration success could increase the potential recoverable resource base from the Western Platform to over 500 mmbbls.

FluidOil’s VHTL technology generates significant volumes of high pressure steam, and its integration into the process design for the follow-on Western Platform Steam Flood project could reduce separation, steam generation and associated fuel requirements. As part of the cooperation agreement, FluidOil and Steam Oil intend to explore this potential and to determine the plant configuration which maximises process synergies, delivers the highest value of product from the Western Platform reservoirs, and minimises fuel costs.

Steve Brown, CEO of Steam Oil, said: “We are very taken with the obvious synergies of integrating FluidOil’s upgrading technology into a steam flooding project. Steam flooding is the most effective recovery mechanism for heavy oil and we expect to see recovery factors of between 50% and 80% when we steam flood these reservoirs. To do that we will need a lot of steam and the steam produced as a by-product of FluidOil’s upgrading process will significantly reduce our fuel costs. In addition, the VHTL process does not demand a stringent water-in-oil content specification so we can simplify our process requirements. Finally, the VHTL process consumes heavy metals and naphthenic acid and other contaminants which refiners do not like and which would otherwise affect the value of our crude.”

Charles Parker, CEO of FluidOil, said: “We are pleased to be playing a part in what could potentially be the first project of its kind. At a time when the industry is looking to maximise value, we believe that our patented technology could help play an important role in enabling offshore heavy oil producers realise greater returns from their output. Our proposition was developed to help reduce the financial and environmental costs for heavy oil producers around the world. We are thrilled to be teaming up with Steam Oil to deploy an integrated thermal production and upgrading proposition for UK heavy oil.”

The Steam Oil Production Company
The Steam Oil Production Company was established with the intention of launching the first major offshore steam flooding project in the world. The heavy oil reservoirs on the Western Platform: Pilot, Elke, Blakeney, Harbour, Narwhal & Feugh, will all respond well to a steam flood and the already discovered fields on Steam Oil’s acreage have the potential to produce in excess of 300 mmbbls. Exploration success could increase the recoverable resource base on the Western Platform to over 500 mmbbls. For further information: https://www.steam-oil.com/

FluidOil Limited
FluidOil is an independent international heavy oil technology company that is commercialising “VISCOSITOR Heavy to Light” (VHTL). VHTL is a proprietary and patented technology that will significantly increase the economic viability of heavy oil by upgrading it close to source, to produce higher value synthetic crude oil.

VHTL combines FluidOil’s patented ‘VISCOSITOR’ technology with the ‘Heavy-to-Light’ (HTLTM) upgrading process, which FluidOil acquired when it purchased the intellectual property of Ivanhoe Energy Inc. in 2016. The VHTL process is a simplification of the traditional Fluidised Catalytic Cracking (FCC) process, which is well understood and widely used in petroleum refineries today.

VHTL has the capability to upgrade heavy oil from less than 10o API into a synthetic crude oil with a gravity of between 23o and 29o API, while removing most of the heavy metals, lowering sulphur content, significantly reducing the Total Acid Number, and lowering the viscosity. The combination of these effects simplifies the handling of the crude oil, reducing production and logistics costs, and allows heavy oil producers to obtain a significantly higher realised price for their product – up to $20 bbl. For further information: http://www.fluidoil.co.uk/

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Dawson Gold Enters Into Letter of Intent to Acquire FluidOil Limited

Vancouver, British Columbia – April 12, 2017 – Dawson Gold Corp. (TSX – NEX: DYU.H) (the “Company” or “AIS”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a letter of intent dated April 11, 2017 with FluidOil Limited for the acquisition by Dawson of 100% of FluidOil.

FluidOil is an independent, international oil services technology company that is commercializing the “Viscositor Heavy to Light” (“VHTL”) oil upgrading technology. VHTL is a proprietary and patented technology that  provides  a  cost  efficient  and  environmentally  sound  way to increase the  economic viability  of  heavy  oil  production  by  upgrading  close  to  source.  The  VHTL  process  improves  the properties of heavy oil by reducing viscosity, reducing density, and removing undesired contaminants, resulting in a higher value synthetic crude oil which can be transported as easily as conventional crude oil. FluidOil was incorporated under the laws of England and Wales on February 3, 2012 and has its headquarters in Basingstoke, England.

The proposed acquisition of FluidOil by Dawson was negotiated at arm’s length and will on closing constitute a reverse takeover of Dawson pursuant to the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange.

John Anderson, Interim Chief Executive Officer of Dawson Gold, said: “With FluidOil, we are excited to have a significant technology stake in upgrading heavy oil. The worldwide production of heavy oil has been constrained because conventional methods of extraction, transportation and refining are extremely expensive. VHTL is a new solution to this heavy oil challenge and capable of being deployed  at commercial scales. This transformative transaction, under the leadership of Charles Parker, will add significant value for all shareholders”.

Charles  Parker,  Chief  Executive  Officer  of  FluidOil,  commented:  “This  transaction  provides  the necessary access to the public market and capital to allow us to complete the development of VHTL, through the engineering and construction of a commercial-scale demonstration plant.  Funding also allows us to execute on the next stage of our strategy, which is to partner with heavy oil projects globally that will benefit from the technology.”

Transaction Summary

Consideration
Pursuant to the letter of intent, Dawson will issue common shares to FluidOil equal in value to C$25 million at a deemed price of C$0.25 per share.  Dawson will also pay to FluidOil a refundable deposit of US$200,000 in cash to be secured against the assets of FluidOil, subject stock exchange approval of the payment. The deposit will be refundable in the event the transaction does not complete.

Concurrent Private Placement
In  connection  with  the  proposed  acquisition  of  FluidOil,  Dawson  proposes  to  undertake  a  private placement of its common shares for gross minimum proceeds of C$5,000,000 and gross maximum

proceeds of C$10,000,000, at a price of C$0.25 per share. The Company may pay a finder’s fee in connection with the private placement.   The net proceeds from the private placement will provide additional capital to support the ongoing commercialization of VHTL.

The terms of the transaction will be included in a definitive agreement to be entered into among the parties that will replace the letter of intent.

Proposed Management
Upon completion of the acquisition of FluidOil, the board and management of Dawson is proposed to be as follows:

  • Charles Parker, director, President and CEO Olav Ellingsen, director and CTO
  • Gerald Malone, director and Chairman, John Anderson, director
  • Bijay Singh, director
  • Simon Anderson, CFO

Mr. Charles Parker has been Chief Executive Officer of FluidOil since founding the business in 2012. Mr Parker has been instrumental in the growth and financing of the company, drawing on significant international experience in strategic consultancy, venture capital and corporate finance. Prior to FluidOil, Mr. Parker spent three years in Private Equity before co-founding a renewable energy focused advisory business, Wellstone Partners. He has also worked as a strategy consultant for Boston Consulting Group and The Parthenon Group, advising FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies with a specialisation in Renewable Energy, Engineering, Financial Services, Fast Moving Consumer Goods, Software and Telecoms. Mr. Parker has a Masters degree in Engineering from Oxford University.

Mr. Olav Ellingsen is a founder of FluidOil and the inventor of the original technology behind VHTL. He has served as the Chief Technology Officer since 2012. With a background as an inventor and technical expert, Mr. Ellingsen has over 40 years of international experience in the oil industry. Prior to FluidOil, Mr. Ellingsen founded Thermtech A/S, an oil technology company which developed an award-winning technology to clean oil-polluted drill cuttings. In 2007, Thermtech was ranked number one in Deloitte’s Fast Track list of fastest growing revenue technology companies in Norway and in 1994, Mr. Ellingsen received Norway’s NITO Technology Prize. He has participated in the Norwegian government’s “Forum for Value Creation” under the leadership of the former prime minister Gro Harlem Brundtland, together with the ministers of oil, energy and finance.

Mr. Gerald Malone (Peter Gerald Malone) is Chairman of FluidOil and brings significant executive and investment expertise. A solicitor by profession, Mr. Malone served two terms as a Member of Parliament from 1983 to 1987 and 1992 to 1997, including time as a member of the House of Commons Energy Select Committee, a Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) at the Department of Energy, PPS to the Secretary of State for Trade and industry, a Government whip from 1986 to 1987 in Margaret Thatcher’s government and Minister for Health in John Major’s government. He has been Scottish editor of The Sunday Times, a presenter of business and current affairs programmes on the BBC and commercial radio and from 1988 to 1991 he was Director of European Affairs at the Energy and Environmental Policy Center at the John F Kennedy School of Government, Harvard. Mr. Malone is currently Chairman of Aberdeen Global Income Fund, Inc., (FCO); Aberdeen Asia-Pacific Income Fund, Inc., (FAX) and the “Aberdeen Funds”; he is on the board of Aberdeen Australia Equity Fund Inc. (IAF) and Aberdeen Asia- Pacific Investment Co. Ltd. He is also on the board of Rejuvenan Global Health, a US healthcare company and Crescent Pharma Ltd, a UK generic drug supplier.

Mr. John D. Anderson is Interim Chief Executive Officer & Director at Dawson Gold Corp.

Mr. Bijay R. Singh is Independent Director at Dawson Gold Corp.  He has extensive experience working with  both  public  and  private  companies  helping  with  capital  raising,  corporate  finance,  go  public strategies and business development.

Simon  Anderson  has  been  Dawson’s  CFO  since  2010.  He  has  extensive  experience  with  public companies, having been a director or senior officer of companies listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, TSX and Nasdaq stock market. He is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia, having qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1986. Mr. Anderson currently serves on the boards of IBC Advanced Alloys Corp., which manufactures and processes alloys and Sinovac Biotech Ltd., a Beijing-based vaccine manufacturer.

Shareholder and Exchange Approval
Completion of the acquisition of FluidOil is subject to a number of conditions, including, but not limited to, receipt of gross proceeds of a minimum of $5 million pursuant to the concurrent private placement, stock exchange approval, and if required under Exchange requirements, the approval of the shareholders of Dawson. FluidOil and Dawson will prepare a disclosure document in the form required under stock exchange policies.  Dawson intends to seek a waiver from sponsorship.

For more investor information, contact:
John Anderson, Director
T:  +1-604-218-7400
E:  john@purplefish.ca

Bijay Singh, Director
T:  +1-604-897-0132
E:  bijay@shaw.ca

 

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Cautionary Statement:
Completion of the transaction is subject to a number of conditions, including but not limited to, Exchange acceptance and if applicable, disinterested shareholder approval. Where applicable, the transaction cannot close until the required shareholder approval is obtained. There can be no assurance that the transaction will be completed as proposed or at all.

Investors are cautioned that, except as disclosed in the management information circular or filing statement to be prepared in connection with the transaction, any information released or received with respect to the transaction may not be accurate or complete and should not be relied upon. Trading in the securities of Dawson should be considered highly speculative.

The TSX Venture Exchange Inc. has in no way passed upon the merits of the proposed transaction and has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

This news release may include forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties. All statements within, other than statements of historical fact, are to be considered forward looking. Although Dawson believes the expectations expressed in such  forward-looking  statements  are  based  on  reasonable  assumptions,  such  statements  are  not  guarantees  of  future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include market prices, exploration successes, continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. There can be no assurances that such statements will prove accurate and, therefore, readers are advised to rely on their own evaluation of such uncertainties.  We  do  not  assume  any  obligation  to  update  any  forward-looking  statements  except  as  required  under  the applicable laws.

The securities referenced in this press release have not and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, and may not be offered or sold in the United States or to a U.S. Person unless so registered, or an exemption from registration is relied upon.

Daily Oil Bulletin: Buyer Of Ivanhoe’s Partial Upgrading Technology Hopes To Build Demonstration Plant

By  Pat Roche – 

A tiny British-based company that acquired Ivanhoe Energy Inc.’s partial upgrading technology hopes to build a commercial demonstration plant if an oilsands partner will pay for it.

Ivanhoe’s partial upgrading technology went through the early development stages, but the Vancouver-based startup couldn’t raise the large investment needed for a commercial oilsands project. After oil prices collapsed, the company was unable to reach a restructuring agreement with its creditors and was declared bankrupt (DOB, June 3, 2015). Almost a year ago FluidOil Limited said it had acquired the intellectual property of Ivanhoe (DOB, April 4, 2016).

FluidOil was started in Venezuela by a Norwegian who designed a short-residence-time coker. On pilot tests, the technology converted Canadian and Venezuelan heavy crudes to an oil of more than 20 degrees API gravity, says Charlie Parker, FluidOil’s current president.

How the two differ
Parker says FluidOil’s and Ivanhoe’s technologies are nearly identical “mechanically,” but from a process, or chemical-reaction, standpoint, they differ significantly in some ways. FluidOil’s process goes a step further by removing olefins to produce a crude that refiners prefer, says Parker. “[Ivanhoe’s] technology, in our minds, was just a fast-residence-time coker,” he says. “They basically took coke out in a very short residence time and gave you a nice little upgrade and left you with a slightly olefinic product.”

Unlike the Ivanhoe process, FluidOil’s technology, like most upgrading processes, uses hydrogen to remove the olefins. “Our technology provides hydrogen into that reaction, and also provides a far more violent reaction,” Parker explains. But wouldn’t hydrogen make the process more expensive? And isn’t cutting costs the goal of partial upgrading—transporting bitumen more cheaply by eliminating diluent and diluent-related infrastructure?

Parker insists partial upgrading can still be economic even if it uses hydrogen—because FluidOil is simply using hydrogen to remove olefins, not to fully upgrade the bitumen to a light crude, and also because FluidOil doesn’t need methane to make hydrogen. Most upgrading and refining operations extract hydrogen from methane through a process called steam methane reforming. FluidOil’s process doesn’t use methane. “We get our hydrogen from steam. And that’s the absolutely critical part,” says Parker.

He claims: “And that’s why we’re so excited about this. Because we can take the Ivanhoe technology … and just subtly change it so we can get a far, far better product out of it.” So if FluidOil’s process could already do the trick, why buy the Ivanhoe technology? Parker says what FluidOil was mainly buying was millions of dollars worth of engineering work Ivanhoe had already completed. “We’re a very small business. We’ve spent about $12 million developing the technology over 12 years,” he says. “So that’s not a lot of capital.”

FluidOil believes Ivanhoe spent much more. For example, the Canadian firm had already completed a front-end engineering and design (FEED) package for a 20,000-bbl-a-day plant. Parker says his company can use “90 per cent of” this. The British startup also got Ivanhoe’s pilot plant in San Antonio, Texas which Parker says is being re-commissioned. “We’re probably spending about $60,000 to change it to our technology.”

Ivanhoe’s upgrading process was called Heavy-to-Light, or HTL. FluidOil’s was called Viscositor. The hybrid of both, which is to be tested at the Texas plant in the coming months, is called VHTL.

Demonstration plant
After the hybrid FluidOil/Ivanhoe process has been tested at the San Antonio facility, the next step will be to build a small commercial demonstration plant in the Alberta oilsands region. FluidOil says it is working with a large oilsands producer which it hopes will pay for construction and operation of the commercial demonstration plant. Parker says he can’t identify the oilsands operator, citing a confidentiality agreement.

“We’re in the middle of the engineering for that right now,” he told the Bulletin in a recent interview, referring to preliminary work being done ahead of the oilsands partner’s decision on whether to proceed with the demonstration plant. Parker is optimistic because it would be a relatively small project. “We aren’t trying to build a massive plant,” he said. “This isn’t a commercial plant. This is going to be 1,000 bbls a day probably, and it might be 2,000.”

Ed Johnson, a former British investment banker who started his career as a production engineer in heavy oil, said he has known Parker since their university days more than two decades ago. Johnson said he has been familiar with FluidOil’s technology since 2012. Dealing with a heavy oil producer in Albania, Johnson said he would sometimes pitch FluidOil’s technology as a possible way to cut diluent or transportation costs, but he always had to wrestle with the misconception that the ultimate goal is to produce a crude that would fetch a higher price at the refinery. “That’s not your game,” Johnson said in a phone interview. “You’re not trying to upgrade the oil to sell the oil for more money. You’re trying to upgrade to knock out a bunch of costs.” He added: “The problem with heavy oil is not what you can sell it for. It is how you get it to where you can sell it.”

When oil prices were at $100 a bbl, the cost associated with diluent—by some estimates more than $10 a bbl—was less of an issue. With prices at half that level, more attention is being focused on potential solutions like partial upgrading. But technology vendors have been promoting partial upgrading processes since last century. At least a dozen proprietary processes are currently available. To date, no large-scale commercial project has been built. So what about FluidOil’s process?

“I have seen it work and I know it does work,” said Johnson, who acknowledged the real test will be economic, not technical. “It’s not actually a question of: Can you make the technology work? It’s: Can you make the technology work at a price that works?” He added: “Partial upgrading is definitely a solution that makes sense—as long as you understand you’re not trying to improve the value of the oil, you’re just trying to make it easy to move it around.”

 

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FluidOil Limited – New Appointments

London, UK – March 14, 2017 – FluidOil Limited is delighted to welcome two new colleagues. Alireza Aghighi Rad joins as a Process Engineer. Alireza has over 13 years’ experience in the Oil and Gas sector ranging from Conceptual Design to Basic, FEED and Detailed Engineering in both greenfield and brownfield units. Francisco Zaragoza also joins us as a Process Engineer. Fran has over 11 years’ experience in process engineering and research, specifically in fluidised bed technologies including commercial scale-up. Their analytical skills and technical expertise will help accelerate progress with the commercialisation of VHTL.

Alireza Aghighi Rad (L), Francisco Zaragoza (R)

Alireza Aghighi Rad (L), Francisco Zaragoza (R)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FluidOil Limited Appoints Celicourt Communications

London, UK – March 10, 2017 – FluidOil Limited has appointed Celicourt Communications as its financial and corporate public relations adviser. Celicourt will help FluidOil build links with key stakeholders globally and will help the company raise awareness of the progress it is making with the commercialisation of its VHTL heavy oil upgrading technology.

Celicourt is a London-based strategic communications agency, which specialises in the natural resources, energy and industrial sectors.

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FluidOil Limited Moves to New Head Office and Finalises Heavy Oil Upgrading Technology Test Programme

London, UK – March 1, 2017 – FluidOil Limited has moved its head office to Eastlands II, London Road, Basingstoke RG25 4AW, United Kingdom. The new offices provide significant growth potential and set the company up for the next stage in its development as it looks to commercialise its VHTL heavy oil upgrading technology.

FluidOil-Head-Office

Heavy oil upgrading technology test programme
FluidOil, the independent international heavy oil technology company, has finalised a six-month testing programme to prove and optimise the commercial benefits of its proprietary and patented heavy oil upgrading technology.

During a previous testing programme, conducted at its pilot plant in the UK, FluidOil demonstrated that its VHTL technology increases the viability of heavy oil production by substantially reducing the viscosity and upgrading heavy oil to higher value synthetic crude oil, which easily reaches pipeline specifications.

This new testing programme will be managed by a team from FluidOil using its Feedstock Test Facility (FTF) located at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio, Texas, USA, and purchased by the Company as part of its acquisition of Ivanhoe Energy’s Heavy-to-Light (HTL) processing technology in January 2016.

The FTF will be run initially with Ivanhoe’s HTL technology to establish an upgrading baseline, after which the FTF will be adapted to process heavy oil using the FluidOil’s VHTL technology. The results of these tests will quantify the commercial benefits of VHTL and will support the engineering and design of commercial facilities.

Charles Parker, CEO of FluidOil, commented: “This testing programme will provide further evidence that our upgrading technology will be a paradigm shift for heavy oil production. We expect the results to validate the financial and environmental benefits of VHTL ahead of commercialisation later in 2017.

“With global crude oil demand set to continue to rise and conventional oil resources being rapidly depleted, the need for cost effective heavy oil upgrading solutions remains of paramount importance to the industry. We firmly believe that VHTL will provide a cost-effective and environmentally sound way to create greater economic value from heavy oil.”

For more information, contact:
FluidOil Corp.
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7043 0720
Mobile: +44 (0) 7951 561287
Email: cparker@fluidoil.co.uk

 

FluidOil Completes Acquisition of Ivanhoe Energy IP

London, UK – April 4, 2016 – FluidOil Limited, a provider of oil upgrading technology solutions, has completed the acquisition of the intellectual property of Vancouver, Canada-based Ivanhoe Energy Inc. (“Ivanhoe Energy”) as well as the acquisition of its Texas, USA-based subsidiary Ivanhoe Energy Holdings Inc.

Ivanhoe Energy was recognised as an international leader in heavy oil development and production with core operations in Canada, Ecuador, China and Mongolia. The acquisition includes Ivanhoe Energy’s irrevocable licence to its HTL heavy oil upgrading technology, which provides an alternative to the traditional approach to the transportation of heavy crude oil.

The acquisition consolidates FluidOil’s position as a global leader in onsite oil upgrading technology. Ivanhoe Energy’s HTL technology will be incorporated into FluidOil’s existing Viscositor technology to create a fully patented, enhanced, heavy oil upgrading solution, to be called Viscositor HTL.

Viscositor HTL will provide a commercially attractive solution to enable on-site upgrading of heavy oil to circa. 30 degree API light oil whilst producing less than 0.3% Olefins. This enables oil producers to increase the value at the wellhead of each barrel of oil produced by eliminating the need to purchase or transport site diluents, supplying higher grade oil direct to refineries and reducing energy usage. The technology will also be used to process waste oils.

Charles Parker, FluidOil CEO, said: “We are extremely excited about this acquisition which fits well with our strategy to provide market-leading heavy oil upgrading solutions. By installing Viscositor HTL technology at the production site or midstream in the supply chain, countries and companies being squeezed by declining rates of benchmark crudes will realise significant improvements in the feasibility and economics of producing and refining heavier crude oils.”

FluidOil, with its Canadian joint venture partner, Red Giant Energy Services (“Red Giant”), intends to test the combined Viscositor HTL technology at Ivanhoe’s Feedstock Test Facility in San Antonio, Texas, USA, secured with Red Giant as part of the acquisition. The data from these tests, together with data from tests being conducted on FluidOil’s pilot plant at its development centre in London, UK, will be used to finalise the engineering of a 300 barrel per day commercial demonstration plant to be commissioned in Alberta at the end of 2016.

For more information, contact:
FluidOil Corp.
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7043 0720
Mobile: +44 (0) 7951 561287
Email: cparker@fluidoil.co.uk