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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) – Promoting Clean Energy Solutions

August 11, 2015

Well Power is seeking to engage the attention of oil and gas producing companies in its operations. To accomplish this, the company is employing a two-pronged approach: (1) it is aiming to educate them about the unique micro-refinery unit it is backing; and (2) it is working on creating partnership opportunities that make these companies allies.

Well Power already has a strong ally in ME Resources (“MEC”), the license holder developing an economical, mobile and scalable Micro-Refinery Unit (the “MRU”) to process raw natural gas into clean power and green fuel (diluents, drop-in diesel and pipeline quality synthetic crude). MEC’s proposed solution works in chorus; it concurrently reduces carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions while creating positive income streams from minimal capital spending.

The MRU has modular configuration flexibilities. The unit is scalable, mobile, cost-effective, energy efficient, high yield, single vessel, skid mounted, custom configured and being primed to turn wasted gas into clean power and engineered fuels (i.e. revenue). According to MEC’s designs, the MRU assembles proven industrial technologies with a proprietary micro-reactor system for hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions. A notably novel system, this process is also the key technology component that enables the unit to be easily transported and financially viable.

Designed to process raw natural gas flows of between 75 Mcf to 250 Mcf, the MRU first conditions then converts methane and condensates to Syngas (carbon monoxide and hydrogen). Following this step, a Fischer-Tropsch reaction occurs that produces power from the heat generated by exothermic reactions and combustion as well as green fuel.

In short, once the micro-refinery unit is developed, its advantages would be ample:

• Energy efficient
• High yield (C5+ > 50%)
• Improved safety
• Units > 100 MCFD
• Mobility advantages

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) MRU Tech for Processing Otherwise Flared Natural Gas at the Wellhead Could Help Satisfy National Demand

August 4, 2015

Back when oil was at $100 a barrel and the Obama administration first started showing signs that they were coming after oil and gas producers with new methane regulations, it was a hard sell to get the industry to take a real look at the potential of emerging wellhead capture and conversion technology. But now that West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil is trading around $46 a barrel and the EPA’s Natural Gas STAR Methane Challenge Program draft framework is out – putting handles on the still-voluntary curbing of natural gas flaring, a national framework expected by many in the industry to drive already taxing state-based regulatory fees and fines on flaring to higher and higher levels – even companies who decided to bite the state fees bullet on not having access to natural gas pipeline tie-ins and simply flare, are turning their attention to such technology. With significantly tighter margins on the horizon for the foreseeable future, as energy producers adjust to the new normal of lower prices, squeezing every last drop of revenue out of producing assets has quickly become the industry’s new watchword.

Upon closer examination of the regulatory landscape, we see that many states are already leading the charge on the issue of gas flaring, backed up by federal as well as global initiatives designed to satisfy environmental, as well as economic concerns. Early last month a team of four New Mexico Democrats, led by Udall and Heinrich, pushed the Obama administration to level strong rulings on methane emissions from oil and gas producers ahead of the EPA draft framework. This is a move clearly understood by operators across the spectrum in the oil and gas industry to be a signal flare for what is likely to come, with state regulators picking up the federal initiatives for voluntary self-regulation and turning them into even stricter fee-based protocols, with or without mandatory federal targets. For a state like New Mexico, which delivered over 12.7 million bbls of crude and some 117 MMcf of gas in March 2015 from over 48,000 currently producing wells, which has some of the most concentrated levels of methane nationwide and is one of the top country’s top producers from federal lands, this move calling for amped-up methane regulations is an unmistakably clear shot across the bow of the industry, signaling the inevitability of much tighter controls on the practice of gas flaring. In North Dakota, the rules implemented a year ago requiring that oil companies capture 90 percent of natural gas by 2020 were recently highlighted by the state’s top regulator as being in jeopardy due to slumping energy prices, in large part as a direct result of key natural gas infrastructure projects being put on hold.

The idea of avoiding regulatory fees and fines on flaring, and even generating revenue from otherwise flared, excess natural gas that cannot be tied-in to pipelines due to insufficient national infrastructure, or due to the slow pace of new pipeline rollouts in the country’s major production regions, is now an exceptionally attractive proposition to operators. The simple truth is that, even with an estimated $54 billion spent since 2009 on new natural gas pipeline capacity in the U.S. and another $104 billion spend on the table for more networking by 2018, many operators will not have access to pipelines and will be forced to either flare and eat the associated costs, or get serious about wellhead capture/conversion technology.

One of the few publicly trading companies at the forefront of this nascent industry is Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), which is continuing to work towards commercialization of a robust, exclusively licensed Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU) technology that can be deployed near the wellhead and used to process high-volume raw natural gas outputs into clean power and Engineered Fuels™, such as no-sulfur diesel, diluents, and pipeline-quality synthetic crude. In order to prepare for the advent of inevitable industry changes worldwide, such highly economical, mobile and scalable solutions must be developed, and the economies of scale must be sufficiently advanced to the point where smaller operators also have access to ubiquitous capture/conversion systems.

With looming data points on the global scene like the U.N. and World Bank Group’s joint Zero Routine Flaring by 2030 initiative, which is already endorsed by nine countries and major sector players like Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS.A and RDS.B) and Statoil (NYSE: STO), the true demand for such capture/conversion technology as Well Power’s MRU is becoming increasingly apparent. In countries like Nigeria, which lost $868 million last year due to flaring according to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, operators like Midwestern Oil and Gas have already pledged to completely end the practice, and to do so well ahead of the Zero Routine Flaring by 2030 target. The humble little MRU systems currently being ramped towards commercialization by WPWR in the state of Texas could be the key to helping countries like Nigeria realize their methane emission objectives, especially since the technology’s potential for rapid deployment addresses the fundamental problem facing countries like Nigeria, and many, many others. Namely, the lack of a robust pipeline networks or sufficient CNG/LNG infrastructure, a problem we generally faced by countries all across the globe, and even here in the United States where we enjoy one of the most comprehensive natural gas distribution networks on the planet.

How will small countries without sufficiently advanced pipeline infrastructures ever meet the rapidly coalescing global regulatory targets for methane emissions without robust, mobile, scalable and above all affordable wellhead capture/conversion technology? The short answer is that they won’t. The oil and gas production industries in such countries, in an environment of lower energy prices, will eventually end up crippled by regulatory costs in ways that make the challenges faced by domestic wildcats here in the U.S. seem like a walk in the park. Well Power is dedicated to helping oil and gas operators of any size not only meet the increasingly strict obligations of regulatory oversight, but actually generate vital revenue streams as well. Revenue streams which capitalize on globally apparent lack of CNG/LNG or refinery capacity, empowering operators to not only generate immediately usable electricity at the well site, but ready-for-market Engineered Fuels that can be shipped off to local or global energy-hungry consumers.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Gearing Up to Turn Natural Gas Waste into Opportunity

July 28, 2015

Gas flaring is a fairly efficient method of burning impurities found in raw natural gas and carbon dioxide, but without the proper equipment in place, much of the wasted fossil fuel is expelled directly into the atmosphere – resulting in billions of wasted dollars and detriment to the surrounding environment.

The National Oceanic Administration Association (NOAA) estimates that gas flares pump 400 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere worldwide each year, adversely impacting local populations of human and wildlife, and often resulting in loss of livelihood and severe health issues.

For Houston-based Well Power, Inc., the environmental and economic obstacles are more of an opportunity than a problem. Through a strategic licensing agreement, Well Power has the rights to Texas, along with the first right of refusal on the other U.S. states, to a new technology solution designed to process waste natural gas into “clean power” and engineered fuels. Based on proprietary technology, these Micro Refinery Units (MRU) are mobile, high-yield and can be deployed with minimum capital expenditure.

The MRUs, currently in development, will provide the opportunity to turn a wasted resource into a product of value while at the same time enabling wider access to energy, improved environmental conditions, and economic development for local populations where gas flaring is prevalent – such as North Dakota. By focusing on eliminating legacy flaring and minimizing new flaring, Well Power has an opportunity to assume a vital role in the continual for sustainable resource development and energy efficiency.

Well Power also intends to offer its technology along with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, maintenance and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production.

Development of the product is ongoing, with the first MRU expected in the near future.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Continues toward Commercialization of Licensed Micro-Refinery Unit Technology

July 21, 2015

The flaring and venting of natural gas is a major component of climate change, accounting for approximately 390 million tons of emitted carbon dioxide each year. In 2013, the total amount of natural gas lost during production, including gas that was intentionally flared, amounted to an estimated 65 billion cubic feet, according to a study by the Environmental Defense Fund. That’s enough to adequately meet the heating and cooking needs of approximately 1.6 million homes. Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), through the continued development of its innovative Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU), is working on addressing this issue by providing a financially-viable method of harnessing and utilizing natural gas that would otherwise be wasted.

From a financial standpoint, approximately $50 billion of natural gas is wasted through flaring practices each year, according to World Bank. Despite the value of this natural resource, the costs associated with transport make flaring a favorable alternative in many oil producing regions. The MRU provides the means for on-site processing of the gas, eliminating the need for costly infrastructure while enhancing the value of produced natural gas.

Utilizing a proprietary conversion system, Well Power’s MRU is designed to allow for the transformation of natural gas into a variety of valued end products – including engineered fuels, electric power, heat and ammonia. As a fully mobile solution, the company’s technology can be deployed near the wellhead, making it a financially-viable alternative to excessive gas flaring.

As of its latest update, Well Power remained in the developmental stage with its licensed MRU technology, finalizing preparations to commence distribution throughout the State of Texas before expanding into other geographical areas. As it closes in on the completion of its MRU prototype, Well Power will look to leverage the increasing political and environmental pressure surrounding the flaring practices of the oil and gas industry in order to maximize its market impact.

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Well Power Inc. (WPWR) – Focused on Monetizing Huge Untapped Energy Source

July 13, 2015

Houston-based energy technologies company Well Power is focused on the application of a valuable new energy technology for the U.S. oil industry. The technology, called Micro Refinery Units (MRU), was developed by ME Resource Corp., a publicly listed Canadian resource company targeting the acquisition, exploration, and development of oil and gas resource properties in Canada and Internationally. ME Resource has granted Well Power the licensing rights to Texas, along with the first right of refusal for the other U.S. states, to this new technology.

The MRU technology is all about the processing of waste natural gas, a byproduct of oil production that usually ends up being wastefully vented, flared, or stranded. Global gas flaring, the burning off of this excess gas, represents not only a huge energy waste, but also an environmental issue. Gas flaring amounts to roughly 150 billion cubic meters each year, resulting in 400 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent greenhouse gas emissions. To get an idea of the significance, and potential, of gas flaring, consider the fact that global gas flaring represents approximately 30% of the total annual gas requirements of the entire European Union.

Well Power’s licensed MRU technology provides a unique way of taking this waste natural gas and converting it into Green FuelTM and clean power, with a solution that is mobile, high-yield, and economical to deploy. The MRU system combines proven commercial technologies together with a proprietary micro-reactor for hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions.

Over and above its obvious value in converting a pollution source into clean power and engineered fuels, including no-sulphur diesel and diluents, the MRU solution is flexible, scalable, modular, efficient, and easily custom configured. The proprietary technology is mobile and can be deployed with minimum capital expenditure.

Well Power’s license allows the company to provide the technology with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, maintenance, and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production. Well Power can also provide consulting services, process assessments, facility appraisals, feasibility studies, technology evaluations, project finance structuring and support, and multi-client subscription services.

For additional information on the technology, see a recent write-up in Oil & Gas Network, at http://issuu.com/oilgasnetwork/docs/ogn_june_2015l

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Offers Comprehensive Solution to Growing Gas Flaring Concerns Worldwide

July 6, 2015

When oil is produced, associated gas is also produced from the reservoir together with the oil. A large amount of this gas is used due to the fact governments and oil companies have made sizeable investments to capture it. As a result, some of it is flared because of technical, regulatory, or economic constraints. Subsequently, thousands of gas flares at oil production sites worldwide burn in the range of 140 billion cubic meters of natural gas per year resulting in more than 300 million tons of CO2 getting pushed into a once pristine atmosphere.

Gas flaring is an adverse component in climate change and impacts the environment through emission of black carbon, CO2 and a myriad of other pollutants. It also wastes a valuable energy resource that could be used to advance the sustainable development of producing countries. For example, if this amount of gas were used for power generation, it could provide about 750 billion kWh of electricity, which amounts to more than the African continent’s current annual electricity consumption.

Well Power (OTCQB: WPWR) is focused on ways it can help curb gas flaring, a gnawing and growing problem in the United States. As evidence of its endeavors, the company has acquired an exclusive license to distribute ME Resources’ micro refinery unit (MRU) and has been persistent in promoting this flare-reducing technology to interested investors.

The company is active in adding talented, human capital its operations. Earlier this year, WPWR increased the seats on its board of directors to include Robert V. Shields. Mr. Shields’ impressive skill set is derived from entrepreneurship, professional engineering of more than three decades as well as tenure within the petroleum industry veteran. Specifically, Mr. Shields’ petroleum industry experience comes from the economic evaluations, drilling, production operations, and identifying and securing international exploration mineral leases.

Well Power is a development stage company that focuses on distributing micro-refinery units in Texas and internationally. The company intends to provide oil and gas producers solutions to process wasted natural gas, including stranded, shut-in, flared, and vented gas; and produce engineered fuel and electrical power.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) – Bolstering Its Operations

June 30, 2015

Well Power’s attention is firmly on the ways it can help curb the flaring of wasted gas, a persistent and growing problem in the United States. To contribute in this area, the company gained an exclusive license to distribute ME Resources’ micro refinery unit (MRU) years ago and, since then, has been actively promoting this flare-reducing technology to potential investors and other interested parties.

As part of Well Power’s marketing efforts, companies involved in oil and gas production are invited to explore partnership opportunities with Well Power and learn more about the MRU which, once developed, is expected to process and transform wasted raw natural gas into electric power or engineered fuels. Although there are still some operational matters and regulatory changes to study, the successful development and deployment of a mobile, modular micro-refinery unit should create many lucrative opportunities for Well Power and ME Resources.

In addition, Well Power is bringing in new blood to continue to fuel its operations. Early this year, the company expanded its board of directors to include Robert V. Shields, an entrepreneur, professional engineer and petroleum industry veteran. Mr. Shields has been a professional engineer for more than 30 years. His petroleum industry experience is widespread and includes expertise in the areas of drilling, production operations, economic evaluations, identifying and securing international exploration mineral leases as well as raising equity capital from institutional investors in the United States and overseas.

Mr. Shields is a welcome addition to the Well Power team. His early years of employment include tenures with major oil and gas companies including Occidental International. He has extensive cross-cultural management experience as manager of drilling/production operations in Libya, Philippines, Brunei (offshore), the continental USA, Western Canada and the Canadian Arctic. Over 20 years, he also founded and became an owner/partner in four successful private oil companies which have collectively spent $C160 million and accrued a total exit value of approximately $C760 million. Additionally, in 2000, he co-discovered the largest conventional natural gas find in Canada, the Ladyfern field located in NE British Columbia. His combined experience in capital raising, engineering and entrepreneurship within the oil and gas industry will contribute vital insight to Well Power’s corporate goals and mission.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Addressing Financial and Environmental Concerns Associated with Gas Flaring through Development of Micro Refinery Unit

June 23, 2015

Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR) is preparing to revolutionize the oil and gas industry through the continued development of its innovative micro refinery unit (MRU). The MRU is an assembly of proven commercial technologies with a proprietary micro-reactor system designed to address the massive global waste currently associated with natural gas flaring. The company has already secured exclusive licensing rights for this platform in Texas, as well as first right of refusal for the remaining states, from Canada-based ME Resource Corporation.

According to a report by the Railroad Commission of Texas, approximately 0.8 percent of natural gas produced in the state is wasted via flaring or venting practices. With an average of 19.7 billion cubic feet of natural gas produced in Texas each day, this wasted product is a significant concern from both economic and environmental perspectives.

Economically, gas flaring is a result of the significant expense and scheduling impact required to install the necessary infrastructure to transport natural gas to market. Well Power’s MRU addresses this issue by allowing for on-site utilization of undervalued gas, effectively transforming it into a selection of valued end products, including electric power, heat and engineered fuels.

Environmentally, the impact of flared gas is a growing concern for legislators around the globe. In the Bakken formation of North Dakota, an estimated two million tons of carbon dioxide are released into the atmosphere annually as a result of flared gas. In addition to effectively minimizing this waste, Well Power’s MRU is expected to provide oil and gas producers with an energy efficient method to generate vital resources.

Moving forward, the company will continue to push toward the completion of its MRU prototype and future commercialization of its MRU technology in the extensive oil and gas industry of Texas. For prospective investors, this progress, in addition to recent regulatory focus on the wastefulness of gas flaring, could provide a strong platform for sustainable returns in the years to come.

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Well Power, Inc.’s (WPWR) Licensed Technologies Aligned with Global Push to End Gas Flaring

June 15, 2015

Houston-based Well Power is targeting the oil and gas industry with a particular focus on commercializing a patented solution to convert flared, shut-in and stranded gas into clean power and engineered fuels. Using this mobile, high-yield technology licensed from ME Resources Corp. (“MEC”), Well Power aims to reduce waste emission and capitalize on this niche market of the oil and gas industry.

Each year, billions of cubic meters of natural gas are flared at oil production sites all over the world. According to the World Bank Group, gas flaring not only wastes a valuable energy resource, it also contributes to climate change by releasing more than 300 million tons of CO2 into the atmosphere.

In April, The World Bank announced that chief executives from major oil companies, including Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE:RDS-A, NYSE:RDS-B) and Statoil CEO (NYSE:STO), were convening with senior government officials from several oil-producing countries to commit to ending routine gas flaring. Already endorsed by nine countries, 10 oil companies and a handful of development institutions, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim concurrently launched the “Zero Routine Flaring by 2030” initiative to end routine gas flaring at oil production sites by the year 2030.

“Gas flaring is a visual reminder that we are wastefully sending CO2 into the atmosphere,” Jim Yong Kim stated in an earlier news release. “We can do something about this. Together we can take concrete action to end flaring and to use this valuable natural resource to light the darkness for those without electricity.”

Well Power is gearing up to participate in this broader movement through the commercialization of the licensed Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU), which processes raw natural gas into green fuel (such as diluents, drop-in diesel and pipeline quality synthetic crude) and clean power. MEC’s solution simultaneously reduces CO2 emissions while creating revenue streams with minimal capital expenditure.

Well Power has secured the licensing rights to Texas with the first right of refusal on the other U.S. states, such as North Dakota, where gas flaring is a significant and concern. The company plans to be able to provide its technology with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, maintenance and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production.

In addition, Well Power will offer consulting services, process assessments, facility appraisals, feasibility studies, technology evaluations, project finance structuring and support, and multi-client subscription services.

Leveraging the potential of the MRUs, Well Power is aligned with the Zero Routine Flaring by 2030 initiative and offers the opportunity to create value from a wasted resource while enabling wider access to energy, improved environmental conditions, and economic development for local populations.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) to Address Natural Gas Waste through Continued Development of Prototype

June 8, 2015

According to a report by Fox Business, natural gas flaring in one the country’s most active drilling regions – the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas – continued to increase in 2014. The Railroad Commission of Texas reported that more than 20 billion cubic feet of natural gas were burned in the first seven months of the year, and experts suggest that the industry has shown little capability of slowing down. Instead, oil and gas production companies have insisted that there is no feasible alternative to flaring, but Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR) is closing in on an economically viable solution.

“Gas flaring is a wasteful industry practice that deserves more attention,” stated Zubin Bamji, an energy and extractives industry spokesman for the World Bank. “Governments and oil companies need to work together to identify solutions, whether technical, regulatory, financial, or a combination of all.”

Through an exclusive licensing agreement with ME Resource Corp., Well Power gained distribution rights for the development and commercialization of Micro-Refinery Units (MRUs) throughout the Lone Star State. The technology behind the MRU could provide drilling companies with a financially sound alternative to the wasteful practice of flaring. The scalable unit converts undervalued gas, including flared gas, into more valuable end products on-site, without the need for time-intensive infrastructure installation.

As of Well Power’s latest quarterly report, development is underway, with the first MRU expected to be completed within a year. The company expects to obtain financing, select an applicable site and begin construction of the unit by the end of the calendar year. The prototype MRU is expected to be fully transportable, providing the company with the opportunity to work with oil and gas landowners and operators to showcase the prototype and promote future sales.

“[The] Well Power management and consulting team are diligently working towards getting units tested and built for the field,” stated Cristian Neagoe, Chief Executive Officer of Well Power.

Well Power’s MRU design is flexible, scalable, modular, mobile, cost effective, energy efficient, high yield, single vessel, skid mounted and custom configured. With increasing regulatory attention on gas flaring, the company is in a strong strategic position to capitalize on the industry’s evolving landscape. As Well Power continues to navigate the hurdles involved with the construction and commercialization of its technology, it is an exciting time for investors of this growing company.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Provides Dually Beneficial Solution to Legacy, New Gas Flaring

May 27, 2015

Approximately 150 billion cubic meters of natural gas are flared into the atmosphere each year, resulting in billions in lost revenue and 400 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent global greenhouse gas emissions. Even worse, environmental degradation associated with gas flaring significantly impacts local populations to the point of loss of livelihood and severe health issues. Under pressure by Environmental Protection Agency mandates to reduce wasted gas, many oil companies are scrambling for a solution.

Houston-based Well Power sees this great energy challenge as an opportunity to provide a much-needed solution while creating value from a wasted resource. In turn, this solution would enable wider access to energy, improve environmental conditions, and foster economic development for local populations.

Well Power has licensing rights to Texas, with the first right of refusal on the other U.S. states, to patented technology called the Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU), which is capable of processing waste natural gas – such as vented, flared or stranded gas – into green fuel and clean power. The technology is also mobile and scalable, meaning it can be transported and adapted to site conditions.

If you want to get technical, here’s how it works: with the ability to process raw natural gas flows of between 75 Mcf to 250 Mcf, the MRU first conditions and then converts methane and condensates to Syngas (CO and hydrogen). This is followed by a Fischer-Tropsch reaction to produce Green Fuel™, and power which is produced from heat generated by exothermic reactions and combustion.

In short, the MRU simultaneously reduces CO2 emissions and creates revenue streams with minimal capital expenditure.

For maximum efficiency, Well Power plans to provide its technology in conjunction with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, maintenance and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production. Technical services will also be accompanied with consulting services, process assessments, facility appraisals, feasibility studies, technology evaluations, project finance structuring and support, and multi-client subscription services.

The MRU provides a solution to both sides of the spectrum. For the environment and local populations, reduced emissions and improved economic development; for oil producers, the opportunity to turn waste into revenue.

By eliminating legacy flaring and minimizing new flaring, Well Power is positioned to take a leadership role in the ongoing push for sustainable resource development and energy efficiency.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Prepares to Provide a Better Solution to Undervalued Natural Gas

May 19, 2015

Gas flaring is one of the most challenging energy and environmental problems facing the world today. Each year, approximately 150 billion cubic meters of natural gas are flared around the world, effectively wasting about five percent of global gas production. The problem goes beyond wasted energy, however, as the flaring processes also contribute about 400 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent global greenhouse gas emissions. Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), through its licensing arrangement with ME Resource Corp., is closing in on a way to turn this waste into one of the world’s greatest energy and environmental success stories in the coming years.

Through the continued development of its prototype Micro Refinery Unit (MRU), Well Power is creating a better solution for processing unwanted natural gas. Using proprietary technologies, the MRU is designed to provide the oil and gas industry with a financially viable solution to undervalued natural gas deposits. The unit is flexible, scalable, modular and fully mobile, meaning that it has the potential to reach oil fields in areas where the transport of natural gas to market simply isn’t feasible. Instead, the MRU can transform these natural gas deposits into a variety of valued end products – including Engineered Fuels, electric power and heat – on-site, through cost-effective and environmentally friendly processes.

Currently, Well Power has exclusive licensing rights for the MRU in the state of Texas, with first right of refusal for the remaining states. That gives the company significant opportunity to grow when its prototype unit is completed and ready for market. With a current pipeline shortage in rural South Texas, the Eagle Ford Shale is one of the country’s biggest hotspots for gas flaring, according to a report by the San Antonio Express-News. Pipelines, the principle method of transporting natural gas to market, are a costly and time-intensive endeavor, which increases the potential demand for Well Power’s unique system.

“When they have to move into a booming area, [installing pipelines] takes a while,” stated James Mann, a Texas attorney that specializes in pipeline cases. “You have to find welders. You have to see if a construction company is available. The schedule is filled with things that the pipeline company may have no control over.”

In one example, flaring was used while waiting for a nearby processing plant and pipeline to be constructed. Before the infrastructure was completed in January 2014, a total of 245 million cubic feet of natural gas had been flared on the property, and this case is far from an isolated incident. Through the development of a mobile solution to the gas flaring crisis, Well Power is creating a better method of enduring delays in pipeline construction. As the company continues towards marketization of its proprietary system, look for Well Power to make a significant impact on the booming oil market of the Lone Star State in the years to come.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Positioned to Benefit from Potential Gas Flaring Regulation Reform

May 11, 2015

The focus on the wasteful process of gas flaring continues to gain steam in both the private and public sectors. In addition to recently announced agreements from 25 major oil companies and oil producing nations to end the practice at drilling locations around the globe by 2030, UPI reports that democrats from both the House and Senate issued a letter to U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewel urging more strict regulations on flaring wastes.

“Eliminating this waste not only would reduce greenhouse gas emissions equal to removing some 3.1 million cars from the road,” the letter read, “but would generate $23 million annual for the [federal government]. “

The push for regulatory changes could spell massive growth opportunities for Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), as the company prepares to commercialize a scalable, mobile and cost efficient way to utilize unwanted natural gas. Through an exclusive licensing arrangement with Canada-based ME Resource Corp., Well Power is currently completing a prototype Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU) that will provide oil and gas producers with an economically viable solution to currently wasted natural gas deposits.

“If no serious costs are imposed by the state for flaring,” the letter continued, “the competitive nature of the industry encourages companies to flare in order to maximize current income at the expense of future energy supplies and future global warming.”

While developing the proper infrastructure to transport excess natural gas to market isn’t always feasible from an economic perspective, Well Power’s MRU solution give the industry more incentive to eliminate the flaring practice. Utilizing the high-yield unit, drilling companies will be able to transform undervalued gas into a variety of more valuable end products, including engineered fuels, electric power and heat. This provides the potential for significant savings on top of the obvious environmental benefits.

According to the Railroad Commission of Texas, approximately 1.3 percent of all gas produced in the state is currently being wasted through flaring practices. This is largely as a result of current flaring regulations, which allow for the issuance of flaring permits for up to 180 consecutive days in some cases. By producing a more fiscally practical method of dealing with this waste, Well Power opens the door for significant growth in the years to come. As the company’s MRU approaches commercialization, it’s an exciting time for investors of Well Power.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Addressing Gas Flaring as the Oil and Gas Industry Begins to Search for Solutions

May 4, 2015

Royal Dutch Shell, Statoil, Kuwait Oil Co., Russia, Norway and the Asian Development Bank were among 25 major oil companies and oil-producing nations that recently agreed to end the practice of natural gas flaring by 2030 at oil production sites around the globe, according to the Wall Street Journal. A report by The World Bank indicates that gas flaring, which is a commonly used method of removing unwanted natural gas from oil wells, currently accounts for the waste of over 5.3 trillion cubic feet of natural gas annually. Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), through its licensing agreement with ME Resources Corp., is working on a way to change that.

In the United States, the amount of gas flared each year is the equivalent of one quarter of the country’s total gas consumption. This is because, in many cases, oil production sites lack the necessary infrastructure to make transporting natural gas an economically viable solution. By utilizing Well Power’s upcoming Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU), oil production companies may gain access to a more cost effective, ecofriendly method of processing the undervalued byproduct.

The company’s MRU is a flexible, modular solution that can be custom configured to meet the needs of individual well sites. Using proprietary technology, the system converts excess natural gas into a variety of valued end products including Engineered Fuels, electric power and heat, which can be harnessed onsite to provide an energy efficient solution to traditionally costly services or transported to the market in order to introduce additional revenue streams.

As Well Power continues to build and fine-tune its prototype unit, it appears the market for the company’s technology is reaching an all-time high.

“The government sees petroleum gas flaring as a waste of valuable resource and a very harmful practice for global climate,” stated Andrei Lushin, World Bank Group Executive Director for Russia, and this is far from an isolated opinion. Around the world, oil-producing countries are increasingly vocal about the downsides of gas flaring.

With the market for natural gas expected to remain relatively steady moving forward and the global focus on more environmentally responsible practices continuing to increase, it’s clear that the industry is ready for a new way of thinking about flared gas. For this reason, the coming years look to be an exciting time for investors and shareholders of Well Power.

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Well Power, Inc.’s (WPWR) Novel Solution Converts Waste Gas into Clean Power

April 27, 2015

Through a licensing agreement with ME Resource Corp. (“MEC”), Houston-based Well Power has devised a plan to assist in the development of a solution to process otherwise wasted natural gas and produce engineered fuel and electrical power. The end result addresses one of the most challenging energy and environmental problems facing the world today.

Well Power has an exclusive license for MEC’s mobile and scalable Wellhead Micro-Refinery Units (MRUs) which process raw natural gas into liquid fuels and clean power. MEC’s solution simultaneously reduces CO2 emissions and creates revenue streams with minimal capital expenditure.

Each MRU is an assembly of proven commercial technologies with a proprietary micro-reactor system for hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions. According to Well Power’s description, this novel system is the key technology component which enables the MRU to be an economically viable and transportable solution.

The demand for such technology echoes global concern over the fact that approximately 150 billion cubic meters of natural gas are flared into the atmosphere each year, contributing 400 million metric tons of CO2-equivalent greenhouse gas emissions. These emissions are linked to environmental degradation as well as loss of livelihood and severe health issues for populations located around gas flaring wells.

With the right technology, Well Power believes significant gas flaring reduction can be achieved within the next five years. Flare reduction creates the opportunity to create value from a wasted resource while enabling wider access to energy, improved environmental conditions, and economic development for local populations. Success in these efforts will benefit local communities, provincial and national governments, and the global environment.

Upon final development, Well Power intends to market the MRUs to oil and gas producers and operators in the State of Texas and from there into other geographical areas. Development of the MRUs is ongoing, with the first fully developed product expected to occur this year.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Micro Refinery Technology Looking Better & Better as Global Initiative to Limit Gas Flaring by Oil Producers Looms Large

April 20, 2015

The proverbial writing is now officially on the wall for the oil and gas recovery industry worldwide when it comes to gas flaring, the standard practice of burning off excess gas that cannot be sent into pipeline infrastructure or condensed due to a lack of either immediately available/proximal pipeline hookups or LNG/CNG plant capacity. On April 17, 2015, CEOs of top oil-producing companies and senior government officials from the world’s top oil-producing countries, for the first time in the planet’s history, have come together to massively delimit gas flaring at oil production sites via endorsement of a sweeping new initiative.

United Nations Sec-Gen, Ban Ki-moon, together with President of the World Bank Group, Jim Yong Kim, launched the Zero Routine Flaring by 2030 initiative in conjunction with senior government officials and leading executives from sector majors like Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS.A) and Statoil (NYSE: STO), collectively representing 40% of all gas flaring on earth. This initiative was already endorsed by ten major oil companies and nine countries, making this latest round of endorsements a clear indicator to the oil and gas industry ahead of the new international climate agreement set to take place this December in Paris, that gas flaring in the future must either be sharply reduced, or potentially devastating fees and fines will ensue.

Designed to curb the 140 billion cubic meters plus of natural gas flared off every year around the globe, which is enough to power the entire continent of Africa and which puts an estimated 300 million tons of CO2 directly into the atmosphere annually, this bold new initiative syncs up with the Obama Administration’s Climate Action Plan objectives. The Climate Action Plan is aimed at reducing methane emissions by as much as 45% from 2012 levels within the next ten years and the EPA has already moved to implement changes that have begun to impact the oil and gas industry. Enhanced regulations that went into effect as a result of the Climate Action Plan early this year, attached to the EPA’s standing 2012 restrictions, are focused directly on methane emissions and will continue to hit oil and gas producers who flare with increasing force as time goes by.

Adoption of costly technologies designed to reduce emissions will no doubt become an increasingly daunting budget line item for energy producers in the oil and gas sector and thus the pressure is now on for innovators in the space to offer a solution that can harness this waste gas, which will otherwise become a major capital sink. The stage is now clearly set for innovators like Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), which has exclusive rights to a proprietary Micro Refinery Unit (MRU) system in the state of Texas, where the company has already secured license. WPWR also has the right of first refusal to this technology in the remaining states where oil and gas output continues to mount, like North Dakota, which now represents some 12% of overall national production.

Texas alone was responsible for some 36.4% of the over 3.168 billion barrels of crude oil produced in the U.S. last year. With nearly 288 million barrels produced in January 2015, at an average rate of 3.46 million bbls/day, Texas now produces roughly 81.5% more crude oil per day than the entire UAE (United Arab Emirates), which produced some 2.82 million bbls/day as of December 2014. With so much activity in the state’s primary formations, the Eagle Ford Shale, Permian Basin and the Barnett Shale, Texas is the ideal location for Well Power to roll out their MRU technology, helping producers avoid costly regulations and generate substantial additional revenues streams at the same time.

Able to kill two birds with one stone, the skid-mounted MRU system is mobile, scalable and has a small overall form factor, making it quite easy to get into difficult operating areas, where it can allow large and small producers alike to sidestep regulatory flaring costs, while generating saleable product or consumable energy. By helping even unconventional production in harsh locations to be done in an optimally cost-efficient manner, the MRU will likely become a standard piece of the overall puzzle for the U.S. when it comes to maintaining its newly reclaimed title as the top oil producer on earth.

Able to process high gas flows of up to 250 Mcf, the MRU is an ingenious assembly of proven technologies, combined with a unique micro-reactor that makes it possible for the system to be transportable and economically feasible. This system is designed to offer producers who would otherwise have to flare waste, stranded, or even merely shut-in gas which is being withheld from production (often because it is simply not profitable to produce), the option to produce Engineered Fuels from the waste gas that can be sold for profit or consumed on-site, as well as clean electrical power that can also be used immediately by site hardware. Given the large energy requirements of a fully operating oil and gas recovery site, the logistical upside attained via employment of such a system should be immediately obvious.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Positioned to Capitalize on Environmental Reform Measures

April 13, 2015

According to a report from National Geographic, the Obama administration recently announced measures to significantly slash U.S. emissions of methane gas produced by the oil and gas industry. The potent greenhouse gas is often intentionally released directly into the atmosphere or ignited, particularly in areas where transport to the market isn’t feasible from a financial perspective. Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), through its exclusive licensing agreement for a scalable Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU), is focused on providing the industry with a financially-viable alternative to the wasteful flaring practices.

Well Power’s MRU is designed to allow companies operating in the oil and gas industries to turn excess natural gas into valued end products such as engineered fuels, electric power and heat. Using a propriety micro-reactor system and a collection of proven commercial technologies, the company is developing an environmentally-friendly solution to stranded, shut-in, flared and vented gas.

In a letter to shareholders released in October, Cristian Neagoe, Chief Executive Officer of Well Power, outlined the company’s plans of building an MRU prototype before moving forward with commercialization. When completed, Well Power should be in a strong position to capitalize on the new environmental mandates throughout the country.

According to reports from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, gas flaring in the oil and gas production hotbed of North Dakota peaked in 2014, accounting for over 35 percent of total natural gas production throughout the state. With the White House aiming for a decrease of 40 to 45 percent in the next ten years, the market for new technologies that make use of excess natural gas is at an all-time high.

As Well Power approaches commercialization of its revolutionary MRU, look for the company to encounter opportunities for significant growth in the years to come. With the oil and gas industry on the edge of noteworthy, government-mandated environmental reform, Well Power is strategically positioned to capitalize on the changing market and provide a substantial boost to its overall market share.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Technology Presents Solution for O&G Companies Struggling to Meet EPA Mandates

April 6, 2015

Five oil companies in North Dakota were recently ordered to cut their production in the state for failing to meet new gas flaring restrictions, as set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency, which went into effect at the beginning of the year, according to the Associated Press.

Per the new requirements, companies must capture at least 77% of natural gas produced during oil production to reduce methane emissions and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). After failing to comply with the new rules, the North Dakota Oil and Gas Division ordered Emerald Oil, Occidental Petroleum Corporation, QEP, Abraxas Petroleum and Enerplus to reduce their production to 100 barrels of oil per day at certain wells or face additional daily penalties.

The EPA aims to cut global methane emissions by 40-45% by 2025 compared to 2012 levels, by specifically focusing on emissions from high-volume hydraulic fracturing – or “fracking.”

Many top producers oppose the regulations as unnecessary and expensive, as the new rules are expected to require the use of reduced emission completion (REC) technologies and utilize flaring as a last resort. REC technologies cost anywhere from $700 and $6,500 per day, according to the EPA, so it’s no surprise that flaring is the more favorable, low cost and most commonly used option. But flaring carries its own problems.

Gas flaring is a method of incinerating impurities in raw natural gas and carbon dioxide. During oil production, natural gas is carried through the pipelines along with the flow of crude. However, the construction of gas-gathering pipelines has failed to keep up with the rapid increases in drilling in states like North Dakota. Without adequate pipelines, the solution is to flare the gas and convert the waste methane into carbon dioxide, polluting the air with carcinogenic toxins.

The National Oceanic Administration Association (NOAA) estimates that gas flares pump 400 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere worldwide each year, adversely impacting local populations of human and wildlife, and often resulting in loss of livelihood and severe health issues.

The environmental and economic obstacles are nothing but opportunity for Houston-based Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR). Well Power has the licensing rights to Texas, along with the first right of refusal on the other U.S. states, to a new technology solution that processes waste natural gas into “clean power” and engineered fuels. Based on proprietary technology, these Micro Refinery Units (MRU) are mobile, high-yield and can be deployed with minimum capital expenditure.

The MRU is an assembly of tested commercial technologies with a proprietary micro-reactor system for hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions. The company intends to provide the MRU with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, maintenance, and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production as they maintain compliance with the EPA’s new regulations.

To further support the technology and its efficacy, Well Power will also offer consulting services, process assessments, facility appraisals, feasibility studies, technology evaluations, project finance structuring and support, and multi-client subscription services.

As companies like Emerald Oil, Occidental Petroleum Corporation, QEP, Abraxas Petroleum and Enerplus struggle to meet EPA mandates, Well Power’s technology creates the opportunity to generate value from a wasted resource while simultaneously enabling wider access to energy, improved environmental conditions, and economic development for local populations.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Welcomes Addition of Robert V. Shields to its Board of Directors

March 27, 2015

Well Power has recently expanded its board of directors by adding petroleum industry veteran, engineer and entrepreneur Robert V. Shields.

Well Power Chief Executive Officer Cristian Neagoe commenting on the appointment said, “As we advance the commercialization of our energy solutions and technologies, it’s an honor to welcome Robert to the team.” “Robert’s experience in raising capital, engineering, and entrepreneurship in the oil and gas industry will contribute invaluable insight and progression to Well Power’s corporate mission.”

Earning his Bachelors of Science in chemistry and chemical engineering from the University of Albert, Shields has over three decades of petroleum industry experience in the areas of drilling, economic evaluations, production operations, completions, identifying and securing international exploration mineral leases and raising equity capital from institutional investors in in the United States and abroad. Shields, a professional engineer by trade, is certain to bring a wealth of expertise to the board’s table.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Shields’ employment record includes tenures with major oil and gas companies such as Pacific Petroleums Ltd., Occidental International, PetroCanada Corp. and ICG Resources Ltd. Mr. Shields possesses extensive management experience as a result of filling management leadership positions of drilling/production operations in Libya, Philippines, continental USA, Western Canada, the Canadian Arctic and Brunei (offshore).

Well Power is positioned as a technology company that provides oil and gas producers and operators a way in which to process wasted natural gas. This waste includes stranded, shut-in, flared and vented gas and produce valued end-products including Engineered FuelTM and electrical power. Well Power’s technology, the Micro Refinery Unit (MRU), makes it possible to turn natural gas waste into Green Fuel™ and clean power with a solution that is mobile and deployable economically. The MRU is a combination of proven commercial technologies, with a proprietary micro-reactor system for hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions. It is solution known for its flexibility and scalability while being easy to custom configure.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Micro-Refinery Unit Technology Needed to Offset Impact of Looming Emission Regulations, Maintain Energy Independence

March 23, 2015

Well Power has exclusive rights to license a proprietary single vessel Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU) technology for the state of Texas (as well as first right of refusal in the remaining states), which promises to turn flared, shut-in, stranded, vented, or otherwise wasted raw natural gas at petroleum drilling sites into value-added end products like diluents, on-site electricity, low sulfur drop-in diesel, and pipeline-quality synthetic crude. This skid mounted, component architecture system is designed to have its overall configuration customized on a site-by-site basis. The MRU represents a cost effective, easily integrated, flexible, high-yield, modular, scalable and readily transportable solution for turning waste gas (which is more and more likely to become a major capital sink for oil developers as new emission regulations come down the pipe), straight into savings and/or profit, right at the wellhead.

Assembled from already commercially proven technologies, the Well Power MRU system’s core component is a unique, proprietary micro-reactor designed to perform the necessary catalytic reactions, allowing the overall system to be both highly economical and highly mobile. This platform is ideal for processing gas into saleable fuel or useable electricity and the platform can also harness the same heat used to generate electricity for immediate combined heat and power (CHP) applications. Able to handle large gas flows ranging from 75 Mcf, up to as much as 250 Mcf, the MRU is able to rapidly condition and convert methane and condensates into syngas, before performing a chemical Fischer-Tropsch process in order to condense the gas into liquid. The natural byproduct of the exothermic and combustion reactions is salvageable heat, which can be converted directly into electricity or used for CHP.

Given already tight restrictions on gas flaring statewide in Texas, imposed via The Railroad Commission of Texas’ Rule 32 requirements, which allow flaring only by costly permits after an initial 10-day grace period following well completion, a solution like the MRU is just the ticket for the state’s numerous operators to potentially save money and generate additional revenue streams at the same time. The majority of permitting is for flaring casinghead gas produced at oil wells, where either the necessary regional gas pipeline infrastructure is lacking, or where tie-ins have yet to be completed. This is especially taxing for smaller wildcat operators who often get caught in the bite by a mixture of difficult logistics, time constraints, and permitting fees.

With a total domestic rig count of 1,069 as of March 20 according to RigData, 43.5% of which is in Texas (465), where over 900 million barrels oil crude oil and nearly 2 billion Mcf of casinghead gas was produced last year, the market for WPWR’s technology is indeed considerable. Moreover, the recent forward momentum created by the Obama Administration on the Climate Action Plan is a clear shot across the bow of the petroleum industry, with aims to achieve an overall methane emission reduction from the oil and gas industry over the next decade by as much as 45% (from 2012 levels). Subsequent regulatory changes will likely mean steep fees and fines on flaring that are likely to demolish many of the smaller players, while cutting deeply into the profitability of the majors.

Until the advent of such technologies as WPWR’s MRU, the horizon looked pretty grim for the industry when facing such daunting regulatory changes. But with Well Power in prototyping as of October last year, things are now looking up, especially for the little guys, who may soon be able to roll out cost-effective MRUs and keep pace with the broader industry. With emissions from the oil and gas industry set to rise by roughly 25% over the next decade, the goals set by the Obama Administration are seemingly impossible to hit without some kind of technology like the MRU coming into play. Otherwise the U.S. potentially stands to lose the title gained last year of the world’s biggest oil producer and our independence from foreign oil may hang in the balance as well.

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Well Power, Inc.’s (WPWR) MRU Technology Positioned to Curb Unwanted Gas Flaring

March 12, 2015

Through a strategic licensing agreement, Well Power has the rights to Texas, along with the first right of refusal on the other U.S. states, to a new technology solution designed to process waste natural gas into “clean power” and engineered fuels.

Each day, roughly 2.4 million barrels of oil equivalent is wasted by gas flaring alone, resulting in billions of lost revenue and churning out 400 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent global greenhouse gas emissions each year. Environmental degradation associated with gas flaring has been shown to have a significant impact on local populations, often resulting in loss of livelihood and severe health issues.

Well Power’s Micro Refinery Unit (MRU) is a mobile, high-yield solution that provides the opportunity to create value from a wasted resource while simultaneously enabling wider access to energy, improved environmental conditions, and economic development for local populations.

By eliminating legacy flaring and minimizing new gas flaring, Well Power is strongly positioned to benefit from the worldwide push for sustainable resource development and energy efficiency without the harmful effects on the environment and human health. Well Power intends to offer its technology along with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, maintenance and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production.

To further optimize efficiency, the company will also offer consulting services, process assessments, facility appraisals, feasibility studies, technology evaluations, project finance structuring and support, and multi-client subscription services.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Stands at Forefront of Potential Natural Gas Production Methods Revolution

March 5, 2015

The natural gas that’s wasted each year through flaring at global production sites is equivalent to the emissions from 70 million cars, according to a recent report from EcoWatch. Environmentalists around the globe are coming together as the natural gas production industry continues to waste an estimated 140 billion cubic meters of gas every year as a result of dated, inefficient production methods. Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), through a proprietary technological solution to the flaring issue, is in a great position to capitalize on the growing global health and climate concerns.

Well Power’s Micro Refinery Unit (MRU) is designed to dramatically reduce harmful CO2 emissions while creating significant revenue streams by turning excess natural gas into a source of Green Fuel and clean power. The company’s MRU is scalable, modular, mobile and cost effective, making it a viable solution for gas production companies around the globe. Currently, Well Power has secured the licensing rights to its revolutionary technology in Texas, as well as first right of refusal in all other U.S. states.

The company’s potential for growth is seemingly limitless, as the global energy production market, as well as governmental and environmental agencies, looks for feasible solutions to the industry’s massive wastes.

The call for change can be seen clearly in North Dakota, home of the massive drilling hub surrounding the Bakken formation. In recent weeks, state senate hearings have focused on the high amounts of natural gas currently being flared into the atmosphere. According to State Senator Jim Dotzenrod, as much as 24 percent of the produced natural gas is currently being wasted through flaring practices.

The Bakken formation’s numbers are hardly an anomaly. Gulf News recently reported that more than 700 million cubic feet of gas is flared each day in Iraq, which has an approximate annual value of $1.8 billion.

The global oil and gas industry is being put under the microscope in brand new ways, and inefficient production methods are being contested daily by environmentalists, politicians and investors. With its cost efficient, mobile MRU, Well Power is currently positioned on the cutting edge of a massive global shift in drilling techniques. As both domestic and international drilling firms search for more efficient ways to process excess gas, the company’s growth potential could be effectively limitless.

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Well Power Inc. (WPWR) Observes State and Federal Pressure to Reduce Flaring – Plays to Company’s Strength

February 27, 2015

Well Power, a development-stage company focused on distributing micro-refinery units in Texas and around the world, is seeing growing pressure from environmental groups at the state and federal levels concerning the sore topic of gas flaring. Analysts within the oil and gas production industry anticipate what they refer to as the forthcoming, increasingly tighter restrictions in an effort to curtail the practice.

Just this month, several new items have become apparent. In North Dakota, a new Senate bill designed to levy taxes and royalties on wasted natural gas within 14 days after a well begins production has been put forth, representing a sharp reduction from the 12 months which companies are currently being afforded.

Wyoming is also watching the introduction of a House bill calling for gas flaring taxes with lost revenues for the state being promoted as a primary justification. North Dakota legislators argue some $11.5 million in gross production tax revenues could be collected if their legislation is passed. In Wyoming’s Powder River Basin, a nearly identical dollar total was flared in the first ten months of 2014 alone, according to analysis by Casper’s Star-Tribune.

Essential to WPWR’s strategic operating position in the market, the company leverages its license to integrate technologies such as the Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU) system developed by Canada-based ME Resource Corp. The MRU technology, a unique combination of proven commercial technologies and a proprietary micro-reactor system to handle the hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions, converts flared, stranded, or vented gas into either on-site clean electricity, or readily saleable Engineered Fuels™ like diluents, no-sulfur drop-in diesel, and pipeline-quality synthetic crude.

Well Power focuses on distributing micro-refinery units in Texas and internationally. The company also intends to provide oil and gas producers and operators a solution to process wasted natural gas, including stranded, shut-in, flared, and vented gas; and produce engineered fuel and electrical power.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Tech to Turn Gas Flaring Tax & Royalty Costs into Revenues

February 19, 2015

The time is rapidly approaching when the oil and gas production industry across the U.S. will be forced to pay increasingly steep taxes on gas flaring. Taxes that could eat heavily into already tighter margins in an age of cheaper energy where the U.S. has reclaimed the title of the planet’s biggest oil producer as of last year, overtaking both Saudi Arabia and Russia, with production set to rise even further to around 13.1 million barrels per day over the next four years (IEA) as oil stockpiles fill up. Gas flaring is typically done at the wellhead at oil drilling sites where either a lack of ready pipeline infrastructure and capacity exists to tie such production into, or other means of actually utilizing the associated gas, like access to LNG/CNG trucking and/or production facilities is lacking, which ultimately results in the gas being flared off to prevent hazardous build up.

The standard industry practice of gas flaring is seeing growing pressure now from environmental groups at the state level and the current federal administration has even doubled down on serving such interests with moves to implement sweeping new methane emission targets. Many analysts within the oil and gas production industry have surveyed the situation and have begun preparing for the inevitable, increasingly tighter restrictions on gas flaring, enforced by taxes and other economically punitive measures.

Just within the month of February 2015 several new items cropped up on the radar. In North Dakota, a new Senate bill designed to levy taxes and royalties on wasted natural gas within 14 days after a well begins production has been put forth, representing a steep reduction from the 12 months companies currently are allowed. President of the North Dakota Petroleum Council has hit back at the move, arguing that some $13 billion plus has already been spent by the state’s oil and gas production industry to capture such gas and that landowners in the Bakken area are still tying the industry’s arms when it comes to allowing gas pipelines to be built. However, despite such reasoned analysis, the fate of this industry practice seems too many to be written in stone.

Wyoming has also seen the introduction of a House bill calling for similar gas flaring taxes and beyond the emissions factor that is often cited for passing such legislation, lost revenues for the state’s coffers is being promoted more and more as a primary justification. North Dakota legislators argue some $11.5 million in gross production tax revenues could be collected if their legislation is passed. In Wyoming’s Powder River Basin, a nearly identical sum’s worth of natural gas ($11.4 million) was flared off in the first ten months of 2014 alone, according to analysis by the Casper Star-Tribune – a data point which makes the case for lost revenues unmistakably clear. Sierra Club has been one of the primary movers here, urging landowners not to allow pipelines to be built, while simultaneously urging state and federal legislators to impose taxes on gas flaring.

Smaller or marginal producers and wildcat operations in particular are going to get caught in the bite as all of this plays out and they will be forced to either pay increasingly onerous taxes and royalties, or implement innovative new technologies to capture gas at the well site. Technologies like the Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU) system developed by Canadia-based ME Resource Corp. (CNSX:MEC) in cooperation with École Polytechnique de Montréal and Waste Stream Energy Corp., which has been licensed to Well Power, Inc. (OTCM:WPWR). The MRU technology, an ingenious combination of proven commercial technologies and a proprietary micro-reactor system to handle the hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions, can turn otherwise flared, stranded, or vented gas into either on-site clean electricity, or readily saleable Engineered Fuels™ like diluents, no-sulfur drop-in diesel, and pipeline-quality synthetic crude.

WPWR has obtained exclusive licensing rights to this technology for the state of Texas, where there are currently no flare taxes yet and where wells are only allowed to flare for 10 days after the start of production before having to get a permit that covers an additional 180 days. Flaring in Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale alone burned off a whopping 20 billion cubic feet plus of natural gas in the first seven months of 2014, more than all the emissions put out by operations on this formation during all of 2012 and many analysts see Texas as a prime target for new rulings like those being put forth in North Dakota and Wyoming. The MRU basically converts methane and condensates into syngas and then uses a Fischer-Tropsch chemical reaction process to turn the syngas into engineered fuels, with clean electricity being a natural byproduct, as it is harvested from exothermic reaction and combustion heat sources created during the processing.

Well Power also has right of first refusal on the MRU technology in the other states and has recently identified an area for the commercial prototype unit build in close proximity to the MRU R&D team, as well as having announced the engagement of key process engineers required for the prototype build. The design and concept of the MRU are simple, yet brilliant – employing existing bench-scale technologies to miniaturize the refinery process to a modular, container-sized implementation, which will be skid-mounted and can thusly be transported from site to site with ease. High-capacity (75 Mcf to 250 Mcf) and scalable, MRUs could be just the ticket for oil and gas producers looking to avoid taxes and turn what is otherwise wasted gas, that could soon be a major liability, into revenues – whether they are single well wildcats or larger operators with multiple well sites.

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The Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Initiative to Curb Global Gas Flaring

February 11, 2015

Houston-based Well Power holds exclusive licensing rights from ME Resource Corp., a Canadian company developing mobile and scalable wellhead Micro-Refinery Units (MRUs) deployable close to the wellhead as a means to process waste natural gas – such as vented or flared gas – into liquid fuels and clean power.

Well Power’s licensing rights cover the State of Texas and include the first right of refusal on the other U.S. states, a tremendous opportunity considering the global push toward reducing gas flaring and the associated negative impacts on the environment.

The billions of cubic meters of natural gas flared annually at oil production sites around the world result in approximately $10 billion of lost revenue and 400 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent global greenhouse gas emissions each year. Environmental degradation associated with gas flaring has been shown to have a significant impact on local populations, often resulting in loss of livelihood and severe health issues.

Well Power’s plan to address this growing global issue is to provide its technology in tandem with full-service engineering, design, construction, modular fabrication, and maintenance and construction management services to clients in the upstream areas of exploration and production. In addition, the company’s services will include consulting services, process assessments, facility appraisals, feasibility studies, technology evaluations, project finance structuring and support, and multi-client subscription services.

The company’s MRUs, currently in development, will provide the opportunity to turn a wasted resource into a product of value while at the same time enabling wider access to energy, improved environmental conditions, and economic development for local populations where gas flaring is prevalent. By eliminating legacy flaring and minimizing new flaring, Well Power is preparing to assume a vital role in the continual for sustainable resource development and energy efficiency.

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