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Water Soluble Acrylics Monomers & Polymers REDUCED COST AND SUPERIOR PERFORMING PRODUCT SOLUTIONS

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Water Soluble Acrylics - Monomers & Polymers Ø Table of Contents TID’s Technological Advantage Economic Value Proposition Revenue Maximizing Process Fabrication Options TID’s Process Intensification Experience Contact Information

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TID’s Technological Advantage

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Process Intensification “disproportioned output volume to physical size”

The Science at the CORE of TID’s CUBE Capabilities Utilities

Kinetics Intensification ZONE®

Catalyst

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Control

TIDDELIVERS: Delivers TID Commercial-Scale Commercial-ScaleChemical ChemicalProduction ProductionatatPilot-Scale Pilot-ScaleSize Sizeand andCosts Cost by utilizing our by utilizing our Patented Process Intensification Technology Patented Process Intensification Technology THE BENEFITS OF PROCESS INTENSIFICATION Dramatic Cost Savings (Capex & Operational)

Short Time To Market QbD (Quality by Design) 5

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TID’s transformational value proposition is enabled by our patented process intensification IP. This proprietary technology exploits breakthrough control, catalysts, kinetics and utilities to give TID customers an unequalled competitive advantage.

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TID’s technology DOES NOT not presume to change the laws of chemistry or physics. It does however, represent the linchpin inputs that determine the relative efficiencies of all chemical reactions.

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Using its Intensification ZONE®, utilities, kinetics, and catalysts are focused and controlled in a way that emulates lab scale efficiencies for commercialscale outputs.

High Product Selectivity

High Product Purity

Less Waste/ By-Products

Technology

PI

Safer Processes

Optimized Operational Efficiency

Smaller Equipment/Plant

We Do Process Intensification Better Than Anyone Else Core Competencies: ü

Intensification Method Specific Chemistry Research & Development

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Modular, Micro Manufacturing & Automated Process Control Engineering ü

TID Modular Process Fabrication ü

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TID Process Site Installation

TID Process Technical Support & Contract Plant Operation

TID’S VALUE PROPOSITION TID’s Value Proposition § The CUBE is a true disruptive technology—It’s Intense! § The TID value proposition increases a customer’s net profit between 25% and 100%. • No risk to the customer or investors to remove barriers to adopting the technology. • TID provides the proprietary technology and IP. • Customer delivers existing demand from the market. • The CUBE solution provides customers with strategic options to (a) exploit economic rents or (b) become a cost and price leader. • A disruptive technology that enables customers to backward or forward integrate at will.

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Seem too good to be true? We guarantee our deliverables. üCustomers have NO capital risk if TID fails to deliver üProfit – Our profit interests are paralleled – We only PROFIT when you do üGrowth – Organic & Horizontal üCompete with a cost advantage that can be converted into added profit or market share.

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Economic Value Proposition

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Acrylic Monomers Example of the multiple pathways TID can deliver to meet customer needs TID Acrylic Monomers and Polymers Capabilities: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Acrylic Acid Example

Acrylamide and Methacryiamide Acrylate Acrylic Acids and Salts Acrylonitrile AMPS Carbohydrate Monomers Vinyl Esters Fluorinated Acrylics Methacrylate Polyfunctional Acrylics Polymethyl Methacrylate

Bio and conventional manufacturing options allow for balancing cost, value, geographic and sustainability factors

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Water Soluble Acrylic Capabilities Examples: 7, 15, 20 and 30 gallon per minute continuous processes Ø Polymer Modules ü Inverse emulsion Polyacrylamide ü Novel low-cost suspension Polyacrylamide ü Gel based dry Polyacrylamide ü Poly DaDMAC (pDMDAC) ü Polyamine (DMA-EPI) ü NEW beta-amino-ketone (stabilized mannich reacted PAM) ü Hydrolyzed PAM (HPAM or PHPA) ü Low molecular wt. Polyacrylate Ø Monomer Modules ü NEW beta-amino-ketone (monomer) ü Hydrolyzed PAM (HPAM or PHPA) ü DaDMAC, (DMDAC) ü Bio-ammonium acrylate ü Bio-acrylamide ü Bio-acrylic acid ü Vinyl esters (DMAEA, DMAEM, AMPS, MAPTAC)

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Acrylic Monomers & Polymers Market TID MARKET TID Acrylic Monomers and Polymers Customers: Large, end use consumers (supply chain disruption) Non- monomer integrated acrylic polymer manufacturers Existing acrylic manufactures looking to expand Chemical companies looking to horizontally integrate into acrylic polymer or monomer market Investors looking to re-rationalize and improve their current returns

Sustainable Acrylics IP Amino Alcohol Based Bio-Modules Sustainable base materials. IP for pharmaceuticals, non-toxic pollution control solutions and ingestible industrial process chemicals

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Modular Solutions for the Acrylic Value Chain

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Water Soluble Specific Markets Ø Monomers

OPPORTUNITIES

ü Nonionic ü Cationic Monomer ü Anionic Monomers

Ø Oil and Gas Polymers Ø Personal Care

ü LMW Emulsion Homo, Co and Terpolymers ü ASE {Alkali Soluble Emulsions} ü Crosslinked acrylic polymers ü HASE {Hydrophobic ASE’s}

Ø Pharmaceutical ü ü ü ü

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Polyacrylamide electrophoresis Rheology modifiers Release agents {coatings} Swelling agents

ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü

Drilling mud adducts Friction reducers Coil tubing viscosifiers Clay/Shale stabilizers Waste water treatment Scale inhibitors Corrosion inhibitors H2S scavengers EOR polymer flood

Ø Super absorbent polymers

ü Diapers ü Agricultural erosion inhibition ü Agricultural fresh water micro-reservoir

Ø Water Treatment ü ü ü ü ü

Flocculants Coagulants Flotation aids Weighting agents H2S control

Ø Pulp and Paper

ü Filler affixation aids ü Retention and drainage aid ü Fiber recovery Rheology Strength aid

Ø Mining ü ü ü ü ü ü

Flotation aids Crystal growth modifiers Tailings Waste water treatment Corrosion inhibitors H2S scavengers

PAM MARKETS & OPPORTUNITIES

Revenue Maximizing Process Fabrication Options

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The CUBE TIDIPx-ePAM Polymerization Cube v1.3

TIDIPx-Acrylic Monomer Cube v1.2

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§ Modular refineries and petrochemical plants powered by the CUBE produce the same output as conventional plants… …at a fraction of the cost and size! § Benefits: § Higher quality outputs § Improved HSE profile § Increased profitability § Strategic flexibility

Benefits of the CUBE § 2 TID CUBES fit inside a standard 8’x 40’ 81/2’ shipping container

TIDIPx-CUBES in standard 8’x40’ 81/2’ shipping container

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CUBE Reverse View § TIDIPx-Cube Reverse View

TIDIPx-Cube v 1.0

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EXAMPLES of CUBE units TIDIMx Acrylic Monomer v 1.0 TIDIMx Distillation v. 1.2

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TIDIMx Polymerization v 1.0

TID’s Process Intensification Experience

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THE SUCCESS Based Evolution of TID’s Commercial Process Intensification Micro Modular Reaction Platforms § IL, USA: 96M tonne/year. Sold to Ciba Chemical (Now BASF)

§ MS, USA: 55M tonne/year. PRC Polymers

§ IL, USA: 10M tonne/year. Sold to Allied Colloids/Ciba (Now BASF)

§ CA, USA: Technology upgrade and process enhancement. Sapphire Energy

§ CA, USA: 96M tonne/year. Sold to Ciba Chemical (Now BASF) § MA, USA: 50M tonne/year. Sold to Delta Searsport (Now GAC) § MD, USA: 50M tonne/year. Sold to Delta Baltimore (Now USALCO) § Japan/VA, USA: 26 tonne/year. Mitsubishi Chemical § MI, USA: 40M tonne/year. Sold to Alchemy Inc. (Owned by SNF)

§ LA, USA: 20M tonne/year. Monolyte Labs (Sold to Rockwater) § TX, USA: Technology upgrade/process enhancement. CoriTech/Haliburton (Now Nalco-Champion) § IL & IN, USA: Existing technology upgrade and process enhancement. Nalco (Now Ecolab)

§ GA, USA: Existing technology upgrade & process enhancement. Callaway Chemical (Now Kemira)

§ TX, USA: 50M tonne/year Monolyte Labs (Sold to Rockwater)

§ Chile: Technology upgrade and process enhancement. Orica Chile S.A.

§ TX, USA: 50M tonne/year. Confidential Customer

§ NJ, USA: JDA process enhancements. Watson Pharmaceuticals (Now Actavis) § MS, USA: 10M tonne/year. Monolyte Labs/PRC Polymers J.V § MX, USA: 20M tonne/year. Quimica Ecotec (a Cydsa MX Company)

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§ TX, USA: 20M tonne/year. Confidential Customer § TX, USA: 50M tonne/year. Confidential Customer § TX, USA: 70M tonne/year. Confidential Customer § Romania: 35M tonne/year (Under Contract)

BUILT FROM EXTENSIVE CONVENTIONAL EXPERIENCE • •

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Refining with Mobil, ExxonMobil, Valero, Sunoco, PES and Petróleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA) Refining processes – • crude atmospheric and vacuum distillation, naphtha reforming (semi-regenerative and continuous), hydro treating (naphtha, distillate, gasoline, and lubricants), hydrocracking, fluid cracking, coking (delayed and fluid), alkylation (sulfuric and hydrofluoric), gas separation, steam-mbase gas(es) reforming, lube production (conventional and catalytic), asphalt manufacturing, aromatics extraction, and petroleum coke gasification • Gas to Liquids concept to commercialization Offshore technologies for gas and oil production Utilities production: Steam, hydrogen, nitrogen, boilers, cooling system Research and development of new technologies: Operational conditions, catalysts and technologies evaluation Pilot plant design; fabrication and operation for evaluation of new and existing technologies Energy integration based design; evaluation of heaters, furnaces and heat exchangers HSE Developmental Auditing Expertise in on-site and off-site logistics systems • crude delivery (marine, pipeline and rail), fuel products (blending, storage, marine and pipeline deliveries), LPG (truck, rail, pipeline, pressurized storage and underground caverns) Project experience from initial conception through engineering, procurement, construction and startup • recently oversaw construction of largest crude rail unloading facility in North America and largest LPG rail loading/unloading facility on the Eastern Seaboard Extensive commercial involvement and optimization of refinery configuration and stream dispositions Evaluation of process operational hazard | Privileged and Confidential

TID PROCESS INTENSIFIED (PI) MODULES/CHEMISTRY COMMERCIAL EXAMPLES § Acrylic Monomers § Alkyl Amines § Epi Polyamines § Quaternary Ammonium Monomer, Polymer § Peptides, Nucleotides, Antibiotics, and Alkaloids (e.g. Tropinone) § Agrochemicals, Plant Growth Regulators § Catalysts § Organic § Inorganic § Organometallic § Cleaning Applications/Formulations § Automotive Fuel Treatments § Epoxy Coatings § Emulsifiers and DE Emulsifiers § Novel Emulsification Chemistries § Novel PI Processes

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TID PROCESS INTENSIFIED (PI) MODULES/CHEMISTRY COMMERCIAL EXAMPLES CONTINUED . . . § Hydrolysis Reaction §

Initially Via Alloy Catalysis

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Upgraded to Bio/Enzymatic Process

§ Petroleum Distillation §

Downstream Value Upgrading

§ Joint Research Project (Not Yet Commercial): §

Pharmaceutical Drugs (e.g. Rolitetracycline (the Mannich Base of Tetracycline, Fluoxetine (Antidepressant), Tramadol, and Tolmetin (Anti-Inflammatory Drug) and Azacyclophanes)

§ Polymers §

Water Soluble

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Plastics Based

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PAO: IV (1-Dodecene Homo and Copolymers)

§ Soap and Detergents § Syngas Production § Polyetheramines from Substituted Branched Chain Alkyl Ethers § α,β-Unsaturated Ketones via The Thermal Degradation of Mannich Reaction Products (e.g. Methyl Vinyl Ketone from 1Diethylamino-3-Butanone) § Vinyl Ester Monomers, Polymers 26

CURRENT INTENSIFICATION PROJECTS

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Contact Name

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Email

James Kane

CEO, CTO

[email protected] Main: (321) 559-2916

Bacho Vega

Chief of Staff

[email protected] Main: (321) 559-2916 Cell: (480) 307-4774

Donna Fuller

Senior Marketing Manager

[email protected] Main: (321) 559-2916 Cell: (407) 413 -4500

1136 Celebration Boulevard Celebration, Florida 34747 www.tidipx.com 28

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