“Fueling the Space Frontier”15/28/2013Shackleton Energy CompanySpace IndustrializationThe Shackleton Energy CompanyPropell...
ShackletonEnergyCompany2Energy Industrialization© SEC May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompany3MissionWithin a DecadeSecure access to over a billion tonnes of water icelocated at the poles of t...
ShackletonEnergyCompanyLEOLLOL1GEOEarthMoonArchitecture Overview4Water transportdelivery from Lunarsurface to LEOrefinery ...
ShackletonEnergyCompany5Bryan VersteegThe Case for SpaceUnlocking the Space MarketHistoric Infrastructure ProjectsShacklet...
ShackletonEnergyCompanyFrontier6Industrialization FrontierRenaissancesMigration50000 BC – 5000 BC 2000 BC – 1500 AD 1700 A...
ShackletonEnergyCompanyEnergy, Resources, Infrastructure7Industrial economicgrowth has been builtupon energy, resource,inf...
ShackletonEnergyCompanyWater in Space8Water in Space SolvesCritical Societal NeedsAnd Underpins an HistoricEconomic Opport...
ShackletonEnergyCompanyPopulationEarth’s ecosystemwill strain under thepopulation of 10Billion by 2050© SEC May 20139
ShackletonEnergyCompanyResources20502000 2100AluminiumPhosphorusTantalumTitaniumCopperSilverIndiumAntimonyCoalOilGas209220...
ShackletonEnergyCompany15TWe30TWe60TWeEnergy6B10B12B30Bequivalent11B15Bequivalent8B20502000 210015TWe30TWe60TWePopulation-...
ShackletonEnergyCompanyHeavy StuffThe Earth sits in adeep gravity-wellsurrounded by athick atmosphereRockets have toexpend...
ShackletonEnergyCompanySpace ResourcesPropellantSBSP systems aretruly economical ifnot launched fromEarth but built in-sit...
ShackletonEnergyCompanySpace Debris MitigationPropellantUsing Lunarresources to providethe mass of spacevehicle constructi...
ShackletonEnergyCompanyPlanetary ProtectionPropellantUsing Lunarresources to providethe mass of spacevehicle constructionW...
ShackletonEnergyCompanyCascading Civilization BenefitsGlobally AccessibleElectric PowerAtmosphericRebalancingLimitless Fre...
ShackletonEnergyCompany17Bryan VersteegThe Case for SpaceUnlocking the Space MarketHistoric Infrastructure ProjectsShackle...
ShackletonEnergyCompanyCEO COOCTO / ChairmanFoundersDale TietzChief Executive OfficerFormer US Air Force officerand pilot....
ShackletonEnergyCompanyShackleton Energy FacilitiesStone Aerospace© SEC/SAS May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyNeutral Buoyancy Operations at NASAStone Aerospace© SEC/SAS May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompany21Shackleton Energy Robotic Exploration© SEC/SAS May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyLong Duration Exploration© SEC/SAS May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyAdvanced Life Support23© SEC/SAS May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyUnderwater Propulsion Vehicles24© SEC/SAS May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyAntarctica Basecamp25© SEC/SAS May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyExtreme Operations26© SEC/SAS May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanySpacecraft Design27© SEC May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyTelerobotic Mining28Penguin ASI© SEC/PASI May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyTelerobotic Mining29© SEC/PASI May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyShackleton Energy Engineering30SEC, SAS, Penguin ASI RespectivelyUNDERSEAEXPLORATIONTELEROBOTICMINI...
ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Mining Baseline Concepts© SEC/PASI May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
ShackletonEnergyCompanyLEOLLOL1GEOEarthMoonArchitecture Recap38Water transportdelivery from Lunarsurface to LEOrefinery an...
ShackletonEnergyCompanySpaceInfrastructureFrontierTransportInfrastructureCommerceScienceSecuritySettlements39Jim KeravalaC...
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  1. 1. “Fueling the Space Frontier”15/28/2013Shackleton Energy CompanySpace IndustrializationThe Shackleton Energy CompanyPropellant Depot and Infrastructure ProgramGalaxy ForumCleared for Restricted Release25th May 2013
  2. 2. ShackletonEnergyCompany2Energy Industrialization© SEC May 2013
  3. 3. ShackletonEnergyCompany3MissionWithin a DecadeSecure access to over a billion tonnes of water icelocated at the poles of the MoonOpen and expand new markets with space-basedprivately-financed depots supplying propellant in spaceat a paradigm shifting 10x cost advantageEstablish new infrastructure and business opportunitiesin space© SEC May 2013
  4. 4. ShackletonEnergyCompanyLEOLLOL1GEOEarthMoonArchitecture Overview4Water transportdelivery from Lunarsurface to LEOrefinery and depotWaterLunarpropellant salesto customersExtraction andprocessing ofwater from polarregolithLaunch ofinfrastructureand crew tospaceReturn of watertransport for nextdelivery cycleAerobraking shellenables low energyreturn to LEOPropellantWaterWaterExtraction andprocessing of nextwater from polarregolithWater transportready for nextdelivery cycle toLEO depotTerrestrialpropellantsales tocustomersPropellantLaunch ofinfrastructureand crew tothe MoonLaunch ofprospectingmissions tothe Lunarpoles© SEC May 2013
  5. 5. ShackletonEnergyCompany5Bryan VersteegThe Case for SpaceUnlocking the Space MarketHistoric Infrastructure ProjectsShackleton Energy CompanyThe Investment CaseShackleton Energy Company
  6. 6. ShackletonEnergyCompanyFrontier6Industrialization FrontierRenaissancesMigration50000 BC – 5000 BC 2000 BC – 1500 AD 1700 AD – 1900 AD 1900 ADThe very presence ofphysical, resource andeconomic frontiers hasbeen fundamental tohuman evolutionCivilization reached itsphysical frontier over acentury ago and nowapproaches its economicand resource limits© SEC May 2013
  7. 7. ShackletonEnergyCompanyEnergy, Resources, Infrastructure7Industrial economicgrowth has been builtupon energy, resource,infrastructure andtransportEnergyEconomicGrowthPricePerformanceThe next infrastructureinvestment frontier willbe beyond Earth’seconomic sphere© SEC May 2013
  8. 8. ShackletonEnergyCompanyWater in Space8Water in Space SolvesCritical Societal NeedsAnd Underpins an HistoricEconomic Opportunity© SEC May 2013
  9. 9. ShackletonEnergyCompanyPopulationEarth’s ecosystemwill strain under thepopulation of 10Billion by 2050© SEC May 20139
  10. 10. ShackletonEnergyCompanyResources20502000 2100AluminiumPhosphorusTantalumTitaniumCopperSilverIndiumAntimonyCoalOilGas20922088205820562044202920242020205420492047Economicallyaccessible mineralsdrawing to a closethis centuryUS Geological Survey, Adroit Resources, World Bureau of Metal Statistics,International Copper Study Group, Minormetals.com, Cordell et al (2009),Smil (2000), Silver Institute, BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2010© SEC May 201310
  11. 11. ShackletonEnergyCompany15TWe30TWe60TWeEnergy6B10B12B30Bequivalent11B15Bequivalent8B20502000 210015TWe30TWe60TWePopulation-ConsumptionEquivalent Ref Year 2000Production-CapacityEquivalent Ref Year 2000Not only mineralreduction but alsoincreasing powerconsumptionDecreasing reservesof hydrocarbons willlead to a criticalglobal energy capSpace Based SolarPower can providethe world’s energyby mid-centuryUN, Dept of Economic and SocialAffairs, Population DivisionMedian/High Fertility (2011).Innovative Energy Strategies for CO2Stabilization, Robert G Watts (2002),Mixed and carbon-based sources ofthermal and electric power in 2050© SEC May 201311
  12. 12. ShackletonEnergyCompanyHeavy StuffThe Earth sits in adeep gravity-wellsurrounded by athick atmosphereRockets have toexpend massiveenergy to get to freespaceLaunching therequired solar powersatellites from Earthis simply not feasibleResulting in over90% propellantmass of a surface toLEO launch vehicle© SEC May 201312
  13. 13. ShackletonEnergyCompanySpace ResourcesPropellantSBSP systems aretruly economical ifnot launched fromEarth but built in-situUsing Lunarresources to providethe mass of spacevehicle constructionWaterSEC resupplies theirpropellant depotswith Lunar polarwater for operationsSpace servicing andconstruction vehiclescan supply SBSPand other customersResources© SEC May 201313
  14. 14. ShackletonEnergyCompanySpace Debris MitigationPropellantUsing Lunarresources to providethe mass of spacevehicle constructionWaterSEC resupplies theirpropellant depotswith Lunar polarwater for operationsAutonomous longduration debrismitigation vehiclesbuilt in spaceResourcesProviding a fleet ofgenuine heavy dutysystems capable oforbital maintenanceAvoiding the trilliondollar economicconsequences of theKessler Syndrome© SEC May 201314
  15. 15. ShackletonEnergyCompanyPlanetary ProtectionPropellantUsing Lunarresources to providethe mass of spacevehicle constructionWaterSEC resupplies theirpropellant depotswith Lunar polarwater for operationsAutonomous longduration planetaryprotection vehiclesbuilt in spaceResourcesProviding a fleet ofgenuine heavy dutysystems capable ofasteroid deflectionAnd ultimatelyretrieval foradditional in-spaceresource utilization© SEC May 201315
  16. 16. ShackletonEnergyCompanyCascading Civilization BenefitsGlobally AccessibleElectric PowerAtmosphericRebalancingLimitless FreshwaterGlobally AvailableIrrigated landsYielding CropsLocalised EconomicProsperityHealth and LivingStandards RiseEvery Child on Earthwith an EducationRefuelable debrisremoval vehiclesMaintaining Earth’sorbital corridorsEnabling off-worldeconomic expansionLong durationdeflection spacecraftRealigning Earthcrossing asteroidsRobust planetaryprotection system© SEC May 2013 16
  17. 17. ShackletonEnergyCompany17Bryan VersteegThe Case for SpaceUnlocking the Space MarketHistoric Infrastructure ProjectsShackleton Energy CompanyThe Investment CaseShackleton Energy Company© SEC May 2013
  18. 18. ShackletonEnergyCompanyCEO COOCTO / ChairmanFoundersDale TietzChief Executive OfficerFormer US Air Force officerand pilot. Pentagon StrategicDefense Initiative (Star Wars)acquisition program manager.Internationally-recognizeddevelopment pioneer inunmanned aerospace systemsand high tech business leader.Bill StoneChairman and ChiefTechnology OfficerWorld-class explorer/ inventor/engineer/ business developer.Dr. Stone has led scores ofexpeditions worldwide,developed advanced lifesupport systems, autonomousrobotics and space systemsJim KeravalaChief Operating OfficerInternational space systemsdirector; planned and launchedof over a dozen spacecraft.High tech entrepreneur;systems engineering andtechnology programmanagement expertise.© SEC May201318
  19. 19. ShackletonEnergyCompanyShackleton Energy FacilitiesStone Aerospace© SEC/SAS May 2013
  20. 20. ShackletonEnergyCompanyNeutral Buoyancy Operations at NASAStone Aerospace© SEC/SAS May 2013
  21. 21. ShackletonEnergyCompany21Shackleton Energy Robotic Exploration© SEC/SAS May 2013
  22. 22. ShackletonEnergyCompanyLong Duration Exploration© SEC/SAS May 2013
  23. 23. ShackletonEnergyCompanyAdvanced Life Support23© SEC/SAS May 2013
  24. 24. ShackletonEnergyCompanyUnderwater Propulsion Vehicles24© SEC/SAS May 2013
  25. 25. ShackletonEnergyCompanyAntarctica Basecamp25© SEC/SAS May 2013
  26. 26. ShackletonEnergyCompanyExtreme Operations26© SEC/SAS May 2013
  27. 27. ShackletonEnergyCompanySpacecraft Design27© SEC May 2013
  28. 28. ShackletonEnergyCompanyTelerobotic Mining28Penguin ASI© SEC/PASI May 2013
  29. 29. ShackletonEnergyCompanyTelerobotic Mining29© SEC/PASI May 2013
  30. 30. ShackletonEnergyCompanyShackleton Energy Engineering30SEC, SAS, Penguin ASI RespectivelyUNDERSEAEXPLORATIONTELEROBOTICMININGLAUNCHFLIGHT SYSTEMSOPERATIONSDEFENSESIMULATIONANTARCTICAAUTONOMOUSROBOTICSLIFESUPPORTENGINEERING© SEC May 2013
  31. 31. ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Mining Baseline Concepts© SEC/PASI May 2013
  32. 32. ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
  33. 33. ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
  34. 34. ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
  35. 35. ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
  36. 36. ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
  37. 37. ShackletonEnergyCompany Lunar Architecture© SEC/PASI May 2013
  38. 38. ShackletonEnergyCompanyLEOLLOL1GEOEarthMoonArchitecture Recap38Water transportdelivery from Lunarsurface to LEOrefinery and depotWaterLunarpropellant salesto customersExtraction andprocessing ofwater from polarregolithLaunch ofinfrastructureand crew tospaceReturn of watertransport for nextdelivery cycleAerobraking shellenables low energyreturn to LEOPropellantWaterWaterExtraction andprocessing of nextwater from polarregolithWater transportready for nextdelivery cycle toLEO depotTerrestrialpropellantsales tocustomersPropellantLaunch ofinfrastructureand crew tothe MoonLaunch ofprospectingmissions tothe Lunarpoles© SEC May 2013
  39. 39. ShackletonEnergyCompanySpaceInfrastructureFrontierTransportInfrastructureCommerceScienceSecuritySettlements39Jim KeravalaChief Operating Officerjim.keravala@shackletonenergy.com© SEC May 2013

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