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            SFA Organo-Metallic Metal Products

      Chromium – 8% Cr
      Magnesium – 30% Sulfonate
      Magnesium – 35% Carboxylate
      Iron – 30% Ferrocene
      Iron – 9% Oil-Soluble Carboxylate
      Iron – 18% Colloidal Suspension
      Silicon – 38% Siloxanes
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              Metallic Fuel Additive Functions


 Deposit Modifiers – Reduction of Deposits and Corrosion by
 Raising Melting Point of Ash

 Combustion Catalysts – Reduction of Particulate Emissions
 and Improvement of Fuel Efficiency

 Acid Rain – Reduction of Sulfuric Acid in Exhaust

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   SFA markets products used in fuel oil treatment plants
               and power plant applications

            • Lubricity Agents
            • Demulsifiers for centrifuge fuel water
              washing emulsion breaking
            • Flocculants for effluent water purification
            • Compressor and Power Section cleaners
            • Industrial cleaners

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      SFA Metal Containing Fuel Additives can be used in
                     the following fuels


            No. 1. Naphtha
            No. 2. Light Distillate
            No. 4. Vacuum Distillate
            No. 5. Distillate – Residual Mixtures
            No. 6. Residual


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                     Equipment Applications

       •    Combustion Turbines
       •    Diesel Engines - Low Speed
       •    Diesel Engines – Medium Speed
       •    Diesel Engines – High Speed
       •    Field-Erected Steam Boilers
       •    Industrial Process Heaters
       •    Package Steam Boilers

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                   Combustion Turbine Experience

       •    ASEA Brown Boveri Type 9 and 11
       •    ASEA-Stal Model 35
       •    General Electric Frame 5, 6 and 7 (Including GE Licensees)
       •    Kongsberg
       •    Mitsui
       •    Ruston
       •    Sulzer
       •    Westinghouse Model 248 and 501 (including Mitsubishi)

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                      Catalyst Technology
       • SFA International discovered a synergistic
         relationship between iron and magnesium giving
         up to 90% reduction in particulate emissions
         compared with <50% found in the literature.
       • SFA catalysts have been used in industrial
         applications for more than thirteen years.
       • SFA has five patents issued in the United States and
         thirty-four countries for protection of this new
         technology.
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                       Patents Issued

    Diesel Engine Applications
    Gasoline Engine Applications
    Boilers and Process Heaters – Oil Fired
    Boilers and Process Heaters – Coal Fired
    Unique Median Particle Size – for colloidal dispersion



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            Combustion Turbine Catalyst Experience


     Siemens Westinghouse 501 D5 104 MW
     Siemens Westinghouse 501 F 150 MW
     Siemens Westinghouse 248 B11 44 MW




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                      2004 Emission Data Summary
                        HHI Daeson Power Plant
                   Westinghouse 501 D5 104 MW Turbines

            SFA FuelSpecR 118-1502, 50 ppm Fe dosage
            Korean government requirement: <40 mg./M3.
            Particulate level without catalyst: >160 mg./ M3.
            Particulate level with catalyst –

            Turbine           #1          #2                   #3     #4
            High              18.1        18.2                 22.7   22.0
            Low               10.3         8.1                  5.4    9.5
            Average           13.8        12.4                 13.4   14.4
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             Korean Institute of Energy Research
            Low Pressure Boiler with Low Sulfur Waxy Residual Fuel
                                 50% Load


     Test                                  1                   2
     Catalyst, ppm Fe                      0                   50
     Particulates, mg/M3                 189.3                 29.7
     Improvement                                               84.3%



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              Korean Institute of Energy Research
             Low Pressure Boiler with Low Sulfur Waxy Residual Fuel
                                  75% Load



        Test                                                 1      2
        Catalyst, ppm Fe                                     0     50
        Particulates, mg/M3                                268.8   29.3
        Reduction                                                  89.1%


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             Experience - Large Diesel Engines
             Magnesium Additive for Deposit Modification


     Coastal Energy Power Plant - Nejapa, El Salvador
     Wärtsilä V32 18 Cylinder 6 MW Turbocharged Diesel
     Engines
     Residual Fuel - < 300 ppm V + Na
     Long Term Use - Eliminated Deposits on Piston
     Crowns and Exhaust Valve Seats


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            Transportation Diesel Fleet Tests

     Automotive Trucks and Busses

     Up to 8 Liter Displacement

     Variable Power and RPM


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            Transportation Diesel Fleet Tests

  Vehicle         1      2             3     4       5                6
                                     Without Catalyst
  Km./Lit.       3.21   3.57         3.25 6.54 6.00                  5.04
                                     With Catalyst
  Km./Lit.    3.51      4.01         3.89 6.73 6.45                  6.01
  % Improvement
               9.4      12.3         19.7                2.9   7.4   19.2

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            Automotive Research Association Institute of India
                Calibrated Fuel Measurement Driving Test
                            Premier Padmini 137D

                      Km          Liters                    Km/Lit. Improvement

                      Without Catalyst
       City           256            26                       9.85
       Highway        389            28                      13.89

                      With Catalyst
       City           480         42                         11.43       16.1%
       Highway        531         32.2                       16.49       18.7%


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      Automotive Research Association Institute of India
                      Dynamometer Results


            Speed    wo/Cat                             w/Cat.    Improvement
            Km/Hr.   Km/Lit.                            Km/Lit.

              40      24.42                              26.94       10.30%




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            Automotive Research Association of India
             Carbon in Exhaust Measurements from Automobile
                            On Dynamometer
               • Fuel Consumption 10% less With Catalyst
               • Same CO2 Measurement in Exhaust With
                 and Without Catalyst.
               • Conclusion: More Efficient Combustion of
                 Fuel and Conversion to Energy

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            Southwest Research Institute
            •   Tx-LED Ultra Clean Diesel Fuel
            •   25% Engine Load
            •   74:40 Hour Test
            •   1.9% Reduction in Fuel Consumption
            •   11% Reduction in Particulate Matter
            •   3% Reduction in NOx
            •   0.6 ppm Sulfur in Fuel
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                       Diesel Generator Set
                  Constant Power and RPM
            December 2002 – January 2003
            Kirloskar Cummins 180 KW Engine
            • 180 – 200 liters Fuel per Day
            • 8 Day Test – With Catalyst
            • 8 Day Test – Without Catalyst
            • Fuel consumption 18.1% less with catalyst

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                           Data Sources

            Southwest Research Institute - San Antonio, TX
            EcoMission Ford F-250 - Houston, TX
            TGS Locomotive - Houston, TX
            L & P RR - Lincoln, NH
            ARAI - Pune, India
            ECP Bus Trial – Manama, Bahrain


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    Relationship of Sulfur and Fuel Savings with Catalyst


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     % Fuel Efficiency




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                              -1   0     1          2                3   4   5
                                       Log Sulfur PPM


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    Relationship of Sulfur and Fuel Savings with Catalyst


                       Linear Regression Analysis of Data

            % Fuel Savings = 2.70 x log ppm S + 2.59

            Correlation Coefficient = 0.999



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                            Catalyst Products


    FuelSpec® 113 Series Oil-Soluble catalyst, EPA Registered, >1,000 ppm S
    FuelSpec® 114 Series Oil-Soluble catalyst, EPA Registered, <1,000 ppm S
    FuelSpec® 116 Series Oil-Soluble catalyst for > 1,000 ppm S
    FuelSpec® 117 Series Oil-Soluble catalyst for < 1,000 ppm S
    FuelSpec® 118 Series Colloidal Dispersion for large industrial applications
                         and lower quality fuels
    FuelSpec® 119 Series Colloidal Dispersion for >10 MW Diesel Engines



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                         Catalyst Applications

            Oil Soluble Fe + Mg – Diesel fuels
                    Good Storage Stability in low viscosity fuels
                    Less Sensitivity to Water

            Colloidal Dispersion Fe + Mg – Residual fuels
                   Stable in high viscosity fuels
                   Lower Cost for Industrial Applications


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                      Economic Effects

    FuelSpec® 116-1002 – 2.8% of Diesel fuel cost
    (Approximately $0.042/gallon)
    FuelSpec® 116-4509 – 2.0% of Diesel fuel cost
    (Approximately $0.030/gallon)
    FuelSpec® 118-1502 – 0.9% of Residual Oil cost
    (Approximately $0.012/gallon)

    We guarantee 5% fuel savings.
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   Reduction in Fuel Consumption is Proportional
    to Reduction of Particulate Matter in Exhaust


            Stochiometric Combustion Conditions
            2,000 Mg./Cu.M. Particulate Emissions
            Equivalent to 11.3% of Fuel



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                                   Results

  •         Combustion is complete.
  •         Less unburned carbon material in exhaust.
  •         More energy from fuel.
  •         Better fuel economy.
  •         More Power.
  •         Less Carbon in Reciprocating Engine Oil.


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                Environmental Effects


  • Diesel Engine Fuel Savings – 5 – 15% Range
  • Particulate Emissions reduced by 90%
  • 75% NOx Reduction



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            Improves Combustion Efficiency
  • Cleaner Burning Fuel
  • Tolerates Higher Wax and Asphaltenic Content
  • Reduces Emissions – Particulate Matter, Unburned
    Hydrocarbons, CO, NOx - through more efficient use
    of oxygen in combustion and less time at maximum
    combustion temperature.

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               Metallic Combustion Catalysts

  Metal catalysts contribute some particulate emissions from the oxides of
     the metals in the engine exhausts. The level of these emissions is well
     below government standards for emissions.
  Iron and magnesium oxides are nontoxic and benign to life forms.
  Iron and magnesium oxides are very high melting species and do not harm
     engines through deposits or abrasion.
  Catalyst adds 17 ppm solids to fuel. ASTM D-975 specification limit is 100
     ppm solids.



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            Catalyst Contribution to Diesel Engine Emissions

  • 0.0064 mg/kW hr contribution by Fe2O3 + MgO at 10 ppm
    Fe and 2 ppm Mg

  • Euro III - 0.10 mg/kW Hr < 3,000 rpm
  • 0.13 mg/kW Hr > 3,000 rpm

  • Transportation Research Laboratories, Ltd. (U.K.) confirmed
    this measurement.

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               Engine Maintenance


• Minimize Deposits and Wear on Piston Crown and
  Valve Seats
• Less Carbon - Longer Oil Life




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