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“GREEN isn’t GREEN unless it’s in the BLACK”

$500,000 Convertible Bridge Note Offering

The Offering
 $500,000 of 10% Convertible Bridge Notes and Warrants
(20 Units at $25,000 per Unit)

 Each $25,000 Unit Includes One Convertible Promissory Note and 12,500 Five-Year

 The Convertible Promissory Note Generates an Annualized Cash Distribution of 10%
(payable at the earlier of the closing of the subsequent offering or one (1) year).

 All or a Portion of the Notes are Convertible, at the Option of the Investor, into Shares of
the Company’s Subsequent Offering at a 15% Discount to the Subsequent Offering Price. Any Portion of the Notes not Converted will be Paid to the Note Holder at the earlier of the closing of the subsequent offering or one (1) year.

 Each Five-Year Warrant Entitles the Holder the Right to Purchase One Share of the
Company’s Preferred Stock at a 15% Discount to the Company’s Subsequent Equity Offering Share Price.

Use of Proceeds
The Company will use the Proceeds from this Raise to Construct and Install a Full-Size Working Model of the Company’s Unique, Proven and Proprietary Waste Heat Powered Brine Concentration System at an Oil and Gas Drilling Site.
First Round $500,000

Pilot Program Capital Reserves and General Operating Expenses

Offering Expenses

The Company
• Recently Formed Wyoming Corporation Headquartered in San Diego, California

• Proven Management Team with Experience in Green Technology Development
and Oil and Gas

• Exclusive Licensee of Proven, Proprietary Brine Concentration Technology

• The Company Provides On-Site Brine Processing and Electricity for the Large
and Rapidly Growing Oil and Gas Water Disposal Market

Executive Team
Mr. Newman has spent 35 years in the domestic and international petroleum service sector. Most recently, Mr. Newman was a consultant for Ely and Associates primarily addressing their fracturing, as well as other product lines, cementing, stimulation, tools, testing, industrial cleaning and transportation. While consulting for Ely and Associates, Mr. Newman authored the fracturing principles and practices manual for Gulf International in the Sultanate of Oman and developed a pressure pumping manual for Saudi Aramco. Previously, Mr. Newman was Vice President of Tucher Energy Services, Inc., where he established the first multi-product line specifically for the British Petroleum North American Gas Division. Mr. Newman has held various positions with Trican Well Services, Vanguard Energy Group, Jet Star Energy Services, Baker Hughes, British Petroleum, Inc. and Halliburton, Inc. Mr. Newman obtained his BSME in 1979 from Portland State University.

Executive Team
Paul Wynns is a product and project manager with cross-disciplinary experience in military aviation and defense aerospace technology programs. His education includes an aerospace M.S. degree from Stanford University and an internship at the NASA Ames Research Center. His training and educational background includes multiple technical and program management certifications from the Defense Acquisition University. Mr. Wynns’ experience includes management of project teams with emphasis on installation, maintenance, and evaluation of General Electric TF-34 turbofan engines.

Mr. Sunstein brings finance, mergers and acquisitions and general management experience. Mr. Sunstein also serves as Vice President Finance and Director of Earth Dragon Resources, Inc., a publicly-traded precious metals company. Mr. Sunstein co-founded ubroadcast, Inc., now known as the Santeon Group, Inc., a publiclytraded technology company that offers products and services in Agile training and transformation, healthcare and media. Prior to Santeon, he founded one of the first publicly-traded VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) companies in the United States. Mr. Sunstein received a Bachelors of Science from the San Diego State.

Advisory Board
PhD. in Chemistry from the University of Hawaii and a post doctorate at the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Boylan has a diverse background in chemistry, biology and engineering. At Greenfield Environmental he developed ways to chemically or biologically detoxify contaminated ground area water. An off shoot of this work lead to the formation of a lab to study and develop biological methods for the conversion of synthesis gas to liquid fuels. At United Energy, he developed low temperature solar operated alcohol fuel distillation system, and developed integrated bio-systems for the production of water, fuels and food. He was involved with new methods to generating electricity from photovoltaics and integrated co-generation systems. At Del Mar Farms, Dr. Boylan designed and implemented an integrated fish/ hydroponics vegetable farm using recycled water. The farm concept was successfully applied at a commercial level. BRT’s low temperature, ambient pressure vapor distillation system, also known as a Supplemental Recovered Thermal system (SRT), currently being utilized by Burner Technology was developed at this time. Dr. Boylan’s work successfully has been implemented in the bottled water industry utilizing solar thermal energy and sea water to produce a high end bottled water.

As the Chief Scientist for Burner Technology and Research Corporation, Dr. Boylan has designed and successfully tested the Brine Concentration System utilizing waste heat.

Advisory Board
Mr. Singha has successfully worked with management of various companies from developing strategy, acquisitions and divesting of assets, operations, legal, financing and fundraising oversight, concentrating in the United States energy sector for the last nine years. He has worked with various leading venture capital firms (Kleiner Perkins, Draper, NEA, etc.) having investors invest alongside such firms in their portfolio companies. He recently served as President and COO of AuraSound, Inc. , where as a member of the management team, increased sales 10 fold to $76MM and reduced SG&A by 5 times to 5.5% of revenue over the course of 12 months. Prior to this he practiced corporate law for 8 years and received a JD from NYLS, BA in Political Science from Simon Fraser University and is published in “The Venture Capital Legal Handbook – Industry Insiders on the Laws and Documents That Govern VC Deals, Raising Capital, Mergers & Acquisitions & More.” Including transactions where he served as attorney, in total, he has participated in transactions valued close to US$5 billion

Hydraulic Fracturing Industry Facts
Hydraulic Fracturing has Boosted Local Economies-Generating Royalty Payments to Property Owners, Providing Tax Revenues to the Government and Creating Much-Needed High-Paying American Jobs In 2013, Fracking has Occurred in at least 17 States with about 82,000 Wells Operating Nationally

In 2012, the Fracking Industry Generated $46 Billion in Revenue
Oil and Gas Fracking boom lead the U.S. Energy Information Administration to predict the U.S. will be a net exporter of natural gas by 2016

U.S. Fracking Operations Produced an Estimated 280 Billion Gallons of Wastewater in 2012

45% of Domestic Natural Gas Production and 17% of Oil Production would be lost within 5 Years without the use of Hydraulic Fracturing

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An average of 2.5 million gallons of water are used to frack a well Drilling operators are spending between $20 and $30 BILLION on Water Disposal Wastewater, also known as “produced water”, is stored in ponds for partial evaporation, with the remainder being shipped offsite for disposal. Brine water produced can be more than 6 times as salty as sea water The most common disposal method is the transportation and re-injection of the brine into non-producing wells. Produced water is transported from drill sites by tanker trucks at significant cost. Traffic congestion, noise and damage to roadways caused by these vehicles have become points of contention with local permitting entities and residents in proximity to drilling operations. Oil Companies in North Dakota burn off or waste one third of the natural gas they are extracting. Essentially burning more than $100 Million every month. Diesel powered generators used to produce electricity on many drill sites are expensive and increase carbon footprint.

Fracking with Natural Gas to Trim Fuel Costs 40%
Posted on January 7, 2013 at 9:29 am by Zain Shauk
Apache Corp this month is set to become the first company to power an entire hydraulic fracturing job with engines running on natural gas, cutting fuel costs by about 40 percent, an executive said. In 2012, the oil and gas industry used more than 700 million gallons of diesel for hydraulic fracturing, at an estimated cost of around $2.38 billion, according to Apache. Switching to field gas, the industry could cut its fuel costs by 70 percent, or about $1.67 billion, the company estimated.

Harvesting Natural Gas: Fracking Paul Glanville, Principal Engineer at the Gas Technology Institute, May 2012
As with all resource development, with the extraction of shale gas come numerous challenges to minimize its environmental impact, the rapid nature of this boom compounded these challenges. Put simply fracking is the injection of water under high pressures in deep wells to fracture gas bearing shale formations, so it is no surprise that its impact on water quality impact is critical. With the large amount of water required for fracking operations, its reuse, treatment, and transportation are a “major operational component and cost of shale gas development going forward”. The salt content of produced water creates challenges in its treatment and disposal, as typical produced water has a salt content of 50 – 250 g/L of dissolved salts compared to 38 g/L for seawater. Put into perspective, the salt output of a development area in a typical Pennsylvania county (roughly 1,000 wells) will produce more salt per year than the entire state uses for roads over a decade, with transport and treatment of brine on the order of $10 million per year per development area. As an alternative this costly practice of the interstate hauling and deep well disposal of wastewater brine, Tom and his team are currently investigating several methods of wastewater concentration and treatment. They have investigated methods that simply concentrate brines, reducing the brine volume from 10-20% up to 50-70%, reducing transportation costs, however if produced wastewater is treated instead of disposed, Tom notes, the impact of hauling is minimized – with reduced trucking emissions, road wear, and traffic.

The Burner Technology Solution
A Modular, Mobile, Waste Heat Powered Brine Concentration System Value to an Oil and Gas Fracking Operator Reduces Cost of… • Electricity • Water • Treatment of Processed Water Other Social Benefits… • Lower Dependence on Local Water Supply • Reduced wear and tear on local roads • Reducing carbon footprint (truck and generator)
With NO Capital Outlay to the Oil and Gas Drilling Operator!

Brine Concentration System Diagram

Prototype Waste Heat Powered BCS Unit

Original Working Model of a Mobile BCS Unit

Advantages of the BCS Technology

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Low Capital Expense
Powered by Waste Heat…NOT Electricity! Utilizes Low Grade Waste Heat (140 ̊ F-180 ̊ F) Produces Electricity Significantly Reduces Transportation Costs of Water and Brine Delivery and Removal Social Benefits- Reduced Dependency on Local Water Resources & Lowering Carbon Footprint Modular, Mobile and Expandable Depending on Site-Specific Requirements Operates at Atmospheric Pressure Easy to Clean and Operate Low Temperature Allows for Lower-Cost Plastic instead of Titanium Construction Meets Sustainable Technology Criteria: Addresses Water-Constraint and Closes the Energy Loop

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Technology Development

Technology was Originally Proven Successful with the Development of a Solar Thermal Powered Sea Water Desalination Plant for the Bottled Water Industry

Revenue Projections

Initial 300,000

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Equipment $

Installation $
Gas Repair & Maintenance Other
Total $

$ $ $ 500,000 $ 39,398 16,451 55,849 Inflation $ $ $ $ $ $ 131,328 76,295 100,607 308,230 252,381 ($247,619) 1 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 39,792 16,615 56,407 1.0% 132,641 77,058 101,613 311,312 $254,905 $7,286 0 $ 133,968 $ $ $ 77,829 $ 102,629 $ 135,307 $ $ $ 78,607 $ 103,655 $ 136,660 $ $ $ 79,393 $ 104,692 $ 138,027 $ $ $ 80,187 $ 105,739 $ $ $ $ $ $ 139,407 80,989 106,796 327,192 $267,907 $1,320,559 0 $ $ $ $ $ $ 140,801 81,799 107,864 330,464 $270,587 $1,591,146 0 $ $ $ $ $ $ 142,209 82,617 108,943 333,769 $273,292 $1,864,438 0 $ 143,631 $ $ $ 83,443 $ 110,032 $ $ $ $ 40,190 16,781 56,972 $ $ $ $ 40,592 16,949 57,541 $ $ $ $ 40,998 17,119 58,117 $ $ $ $ 41,408 17,290 58,698 $ $ $ $ 41,822 17,463 59,285 $ $ $ $ 42,240 17,637 59,878 $ $ $ $ 42,663 17,814 60,476 $ $ $ $ 43,089 17,992 61,081


Electricity Water Concentrated Brine Tax Credits $ Depreciation Tax Benefit
Total $

$ 314,425 $257,454 $264,740 0

$ 317,570 $260,028 $524,768 0

$ 320,745 $262,629 $787,397 0

$ 323,953 $265,255 $1,052,652 0

$ 337,107 $276,025 $2,140,463 0

Net Cash Flow Cumulative Cash Flow

($500,000) $ ($500,000) 1 5.00% $252,381 $254,905 $257,454 $260,028 $262,629 42% $584,447 2

Discount Rate Savings Year 1 Savings Year 2 Savings Year 3 Savings Year 4 Savings Year 5 5 Year IRR 5 Year NPV Payback Period (Years)

10 Year IRR 10 Year NPV

51% $1,457,876

Revenue Projection Summary
“GREEN isn’t GREEN unless it’s in the BLACK”

1 BCS Unit Being Used 8 Months per Year BCS Unit Could be Used on One Site or Multiple Sites 5 Year Cumulative Cash Flow: $787,397 5 Year IRR: 42% 10 year Cumulative Cash Flow: $2,140,463 10Year IRR: 51%

Investor Exit Strategy
Upon the Completion of the Follow-Up Venture Capital Round, Bridge Note Investors Will Have Two Options…

Convert all or a portion of the Note and Interest into Burner Tech Preferred Stock at a 15% DISCOUNT to the Follow-Up VC Round Valuation

Do NOT Convert and Receive All Principal and Interest at the Close of the Follow-Up Round or at the End of One Year, Whichever is Sooner.

WARRANTS Bridged Note Investors Receive One (1) 5-Year Warrant for Every $2.00 Invested (12,500 Warrants for every $25,000 Invested). Warrant Exercise Price will be set at a 15% Discount to the Follow-Up VC Round Valuation.

For More Information Contact Jim Thomas (949) 466-9149