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A G M P R E S E N T AT I O N J AN U ARY 2 6 , 2 0 1 2                               1
Disclaimer and Forward-looking StatementsThe information contained in this document may include forward-looking statements...
Board and Management   Management                    Non-Executive                     Geosciences                        ...
Market FactsCapitalization - Shares Outstanding (millions)    34.7     Common shares issued    10.0     Convertible Prefer...
Where Are We Today?2011 Contracts backlog: $8.96 million  PRE (Colombia and Guatemala): $4.5 million   •   US $2.9 million...
Milestones Reached in 2011Major Expansion in Customer Acceptance of SFD•   Largest repeat client to date – US$ 3 million s...
Key Objectives for 2012 and BeyondFinancial Position – Enhance It!•   Ensure we can attract premier clients•   Expand abil...
Major Challenges Going ForwardIndustry Acceptance of SFD – Expand It!•   Continue moving beyond the “black box” phase – hi...
Examples ofRUBIALES CROSSINGS          November-December 2011
SFD RUBILAESCrossingFlight N1E11125Sensor : Gengar IIRank: 2B+
SFD RUBILAESCrossingFlight N1E11125Sensor : Gengar IRank: 2B+
Advancement in signal processingN1e11204 (Flight #1, 2011, Dec 04)CH15 sensor          RUBIALES Oil Field              Col...
SFD RUBILAES Crossing   Flight N1E11127         New Algorithm based on Hilbert Space Analysis   Sensor : CH 15   Rank: 2B+...
SFD RUBILAES CrossingFlight n1e11204Sensor : CH 15Rank: 2B+                                     No permeability change in ...
SFD® : Stress Field Detector                         : Position and ResolutionLow                         The prospecting ...
QUIFA BLOCK     Combined evaluation of three crossings                             A    ‘Blind Test’ Results              ...
SFD identified a Prospect in late 2009and presented to BP, before the BP’smulti - attribute(3D) seismic analysisof Lambda-...
Further Technical ValidationNXT is ahead of the curve with theSFD® sensor.                         JQI has “developed a no...
To achieve $15mm in 2012 and $50mm by 2014•   Cash on the Balance Sheet (working capital, procurement department)•   Paten...
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NXT ENERGY SOLUTIONS INC. (NXT) is a publicly traded international airborne geophysical service company based in Calgary, Canada utilizing our proprietary SFD technology.
Reservoir indicators empowering success
SFD provides a unique geophysical indicator which can be used early in the exploration cycle to provide an independent assessment of reservoir potential. When combined with seismic and other geologic data, SFD can significantly reduce exploration risks and costs.
Rapid large area exploration
The use of jet aircraft in our acquisition allows NXT to high-grade large exploration areas while meeting the most demanding timelines, even in regions with access issues and environmental concerns. Our clients utilized SFD to successfully make time-critical regional exploration decisions about acquiring / relinquishing lands and have successfully reduced the need for conventional airborne and 2D reconnaissance surveys.

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  1. 1. A G M P R E S E N T AT I O N J AN U ARY 2 6 , 2 0 1 2 1
  2. 2. Disclaimer and Forward-looking StatementsThe information contained in this document may include forward-looking statements including opinions,assumptions, estimates and expectations of future prospects for the Company and financial projections.When used in this document, the words "anticipate," "believe", "estimate," "expect," "intend," "may,""project," "plan," "will," "should" and similar expressions are intended to be among the statements thatidentify forward-looking statements.Forward-looking statements are subject to a wide range of risks and uncertainties, and although theCompany believes that the expectations represented by such forward-looking statements are reasonable;there can be no assurance that such expectations will be realized. Any number of important factors couldcause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements including, but notlimited to, volatility of oil and natural gas prices, changes in the oil and gas industry, the Company’s ability toimplement corporate strategies and obtain financing, the state of capital markets, operating risks, changesin general economic conditions and other factors more fully described from time to time in the reports andfilings made by the Company with securities regulatory authorities.Neither the TSX-Venture nor NASDAQ OTCBB Exchanges accept responsibility for the adequacyor accuracy of any information contained in this document. 2
  3. 3. Board and Management Management Non-Executive Geosciences Directors Advisory Board George Liszicasz Charles Selby Dr. George Iusco Chairman & CEO Caledonian Royalty Corporation Repsol Greg Leavens, C.A. Mickey Abougoush Dr. Carlos Vargas Teknica Overseas Ltd. Chief Financial Officer National University Tom Valentine of ColombiaAndy Steedman, M.B.A Macleod Dixon LLP V-P Operations Brian Kohlhammer Delphi Energy Corp.Grafton Withers, M.B.A V-P Marketing & Sales John Agee Business Advisor Extensive public Solid global Outstandingcompany experience management experience scientific credibility 3
  4. 4. Market FactsCapitalization - Shares Outstanding (millions) 34.7 Common shares issued 10.0 Convertible Preferred shares (convert at 1:1, mature Dec 31, 2015) 2.7 Warrants (exercise price $0.60, expiry Feb 16, 2012) 2.8 Stock options (average exercise price primarily $0.72) 50.2 Fully diluted # of sharesD&O Insider Ownership: 17.5% Basic, 35.5% Fully diluted52 Week High/Low: $0.25 - $1.29Market Capitalization: ~$30 million (on Basic)Debt-Free Balance SheetTSX-V: SFD, OTCBB: NSFDF 4
  5. 5. Where Are We Today?2011 Contracts backlog: $8.96 million PRE (Colombia and Guatemala): $4.5 million • US $2.9 million (4 blocks) - data acquisition flights completed early Dec 2011, interpretation and final reports completed early Jan 2012 • US $0.6 million contract in Guatemala planned to commence in Feb 2012 • US $ 1.0 million contract pending finalization of award pursuant to LOI from mid 2011 Montana Land (USA) : $150,000 • Complete PCR (Argentina): $1.65 million • Flights scheduled to commence next week South Asia: $2.66 million • Contract signed, awaiting final regulatory permits, planned to commence in Q1-2012 Currently negotiating additional contracts for Ecuador, Argentina, Colombia The momentum is building …… 5 5
  6. 6. Milestones Reached in 2011Major Expansion in Customer Acceptance of SFD• Largest repeat client to date – US$ 3 million survey, completed in 2 months• Projects underway in 4 separate countries, 3 of which are new footholds (Argentina, Guatemala, South Asia)• SFD is being used to confirm client’s conclusions on existing seismic data as part of their overall exploration risk reduction!Revenue Generation• Created revenue backlog potential of up to $9 millionNew Case Studies Created in 2011• Key to customer’s understanding of the benefits of SFDEnhancing the Senior Management Team• Grafton Withers: 20+ years international experience with premiere service companyGORR Finalized on Resource Play in Horn River Basin• 1.5% average GORR on approx 21 sections (potential future revenue stream) 6
  7. 7. Key Objectives for 2012 and BeyondFinancial Position – Enhance It!• Ensure we can attract premier clients• Expand ability to acquire spec data as opportunities arise• Ability to attract and retain specialized staff, including G&G Advisory Board• Ability to weather potential project delays and risksNew Markets – Expand Them!• Gain a foothold in key new growth markets such as in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Central America• Offshore SFD surveys – Gulf of Mexico, Africa, Greenland ….Data library – Exploit It!• Continue to build it, and actively market it (35,000 km in Colombia alone)• Aim to acquire new “spec” data surrounding each project flown• High profit, low hanging fruit 7
  8. 8. Major Challenges Going ForwardIndustry Acceptance of SFD – Expand It!• Continue moving beyond the “black box” phase – high quality presentations to industry, writing of technical papers supporting the physics underlying SFD• Patent process - will aid in customer understanding of SFD, sole source contracts, and proprietary protection of the technologyInternational Market Factors – Quicker & Easier Projects!• Need to speed up the timing from customer interest through contract negotiation, granting of permits, to data acquisition• Use of local aircraft may reduce permitting challenges, speed project execution• Use of local agents will help build strategic relationships with NOCs and major customers (making new progress with Pemex, EcoPetrol, Repsol)• Develop more repeat customersStaffing• Make sure we can attract and train staff well in advance of planned revenue expansion• Interpretation, data management, sales and management• Enhance the G&G Advisory Board 8
  9. 9. Examples ofRUBIALES CROSSINGS November-December 2011
  10. 10. SFD RUBILAESCrossingFlight N1E11125Sensor : Gengar IIRank: 2B+
  11. 11. SFD RUBILAESCrossingFlight N1E11125Sensor : Gengar IRank: 2B+
  12. 12. Advancement in signal processingN1e11204 (Flight #1, 2011, Dec 04)CH15 sensor RUBIALES Oil Field Colombia
  13. 13. SFD RUBILAES Crossing Flight N1E11127 New Algorithm based on Hilbert Space Analysis Sensor : CH 15 Rank: 2B+ (at the moment only applicable to large fields) 2700 24002320
  14. 14. SFD RUBILAES CrossingFlight n1e11204Sensor : CH 15Rank: 2B+ No permeability change in reservoir In RUBIALES OIL FIELD; > 1 Billion barrels in Place Decrease in permeability (leaving reservoir)
  15. 15. SFD® : Stress Field Detector : Position and ResolutionLow The prospecting spectrum High Aeromagnetics Gravity 2-D 3-D Inter-well & Gravity Gradiometry Seismic Seismic Seismic Hi-Res SFD® Aeromag Basin Level Prospect Level Well Level Inferred knowledge of Trap & Reservoir detail steadily increases 15
  16. 16. QUIFA BLOCK Combined evaluation of three crossings A ‘Blind Test’ Results F SFD ® identifies 4 leads All verified by seismic B A – 100 million bbl F - 100 million bbl X X B - drills 100’ wet X - un-drilled RUBIALES OIL FIELD
  17. 17. SFD identified a Prospect in late 2009and presented to BP, before the BP’smulti - attribute(3D) seismic analysisof Lambda-Mu Rho attributes forreservoir characterization wascompleted in May 2010The integration study showed highcorrelation with the SFD data withrespect to Prospect location andreservoir extent.The Prospect is 14,000 ft deep in1,000 ft of water.Equion Energy (JV formed betweenColombias Ecopetrol and Canada’sTalisman Energy) Plan to drill in 2012.
  18. 18. Further Technical ValidationNXT is ahead of the curve with theSFD® sensor. JQI has “developed a novel design for a highly compact, ultra-sensitive quantum device to measure subtle changes in gravityQuantum detectors are now using atomic interferometry.”being proposed by prestigious It may “be used to search for naturalresearchers. resources beneath the Earth’s surface.” August 2010 Source: 18
  19. 19. To achieve $15mm in 2012 and $50mm by 2014• Cash on the Balance Sheet (working capital, procurement department)• Patent Applications• Regional and Local Offices (Houston, Cape Town and local Bogota)• Increase Marketing and Sales Staff• Interpreters and G&G people• Management (VP-Geosciences)• IR and PR, market support• Conferences and seminars• Aircraft (at least two aircrafts surveying simultaneously) 19
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