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    GTC signs agreement with RATE for gas processing and sulfur recovery technologies

    HOUSTON, Texas, November 7, 2011 GTC Technology, a global licensor of innovative process technologies, process equipment technology and mass transfer solutions, is pleased to announce a worldwide agreement with Rameshni & Associates Technology and Engineering (RATE) for gas processing and sulfur recovery solutions. RATE is a privately held company in Monrovia, CA, with extensive experience in designing large world-scale gas processing plants, sulfur removal units, sour water strippers and sulfur degassing units as well as sulfur recovery technologies, tail gas treating technologies, and Total Sulfur Management for meeting new environmental regulations.

    The agreement expands GTCs platform of acid gas removal technology, which currently includes GT-CO2℠, a process technology for CO2 removal; GT-SSR℠, a Claus process for sulfur recovery with over 60 licenses; Crystasulf, a liquid-phase Claus process technology for sulfur recovery; and GT-DOS℠, an innovative direct oxidation technology. GTC expects this agreement to expand its offering to greater than 2,500 tons/day of sulfur and 4,000 MMSCFD (4,000,000 NM3/H).

    RATE has world renowned experts with a long track record in designing world scale plants, said Dr. Matt Thundyil, Sulfur Business Leader for GTC Technology US, LLC. We are pleased to be able to work with them. We will be able to deliver greater value to our clients, and continue our exceptional track record in commercializing innovative technologies for the energy industry.

    GTC has a worldwide reach, EPCm capability, and its advanced mass transfer technologies provide excellent synergies for amine and sour water systems. This agreement will allow us to offer a first class design with pull through capability to our customers, said Mahin Rameshni, President and CEO of RATE.

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