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  • 1. Investor PresentationJune 2013
  • 2. Statements in this presentation and of the management or representatives of Clean Coal Technologies Inc.(the “Company”) in connection therewith that relate to beliefs, plans, objectives, goals, expectations,anticipations, intentions and future financial condition, results of operations or business performance constitute“forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21Eof the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. These forward-looking statements are based on management’scurrent expectations about future events. These statements can be identified by the fact that they do notrelate strictly to historical or current facts, and by words such as “may,” “could,” “should,” “would,” “believe,”“expect,” “project,” “anticipate,” “estimate,” “intend,” “plan” or other similar words or expressions.Any or all of the forward-looking statements in this presentation or made by management during thispresentation may turn out to be in accurate or wrong. This can occur as a result of inaccurate assumptions oras a consequence of significant known or unknown risks and uncertainties. The Company addresses theserisks in the “Risk Factors” section of its filings with the SEC. Because of these risks and uncertainties, theCompany’s actual results may differ materially from those that might be anticipated from its forward-lookingstatements. Therefore, you are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements.The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statements, whether as a resultof new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by applicable law.Forward-Looking Statements
  • 3. Stock Symbol: CCTCExchange: OTCQBRecent Price: $0.03852-Week Range: $0.03 to $0.17Avg. Volume (3M): 485,000Shares Authorized: 975 millionShares Outstanding: 862 millionMarket Cap: $33 millionIndustry: Clean EnergyHeadquarters: New York, USAPublic Since: September 2007Clean Coal Technologies, Inc.Vital Statistics
  • 4. Robin Eves - Director, President & CEO– 30 years global business experience in the U.S., Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa, SouthAmerica, India and Asia.– Expert in energy and energy trading, skilled at extracting value throughout the energy value chain.– Held senior management positions in London, Paris, Geneva and New York, at major internationalfirms such as Cargill and UBS.Ignacio Ponce de Leon – Director & COO• 25 years Wall Street experience in senior roles JP Morgan, CS First Boston, Bankers Trust• National Planning Department- Colombia, Division Chief, Assisted in development of Cerrejon, one thelargest coal mines in the world.• Formed industry-leading global research team at JP Morgan; won top rankings in Institutional Investor“All-America” rankings and Euromoney’s Latin Finance “Research Olympics”• Six years M & A experience• Graduated from the London School of Economics (BSc. Econ.) and from the Fletcher School of Law &Diplomacy, M.A.L.D. (Tufts-Harvard)Management Team & Directors
  • 5. Dr. Edward Jennings – Independent Director and Chairman• Former President of the University of Wyoming and OhioState University• Extensive experience on various trade missions in the Far East, Europe, and Africa forcompanies and governmental agencies• MBA and PhD in Finance from the University of MichiganAl Knapp – Board Advisor• Held senior and executive in The Industrial Company (TIC) for 25 years.• Worked with major US utilities and Fortune-100 corporations.• Served as Project Manager for the former Pittsburg and Midway Coal Mining Company(P&M)Management Team & Directors (cont.)
  • 6. • Science Applications InternationalCorporation (SAIC)– 15 year contract designates SAIC as preferred EPCcontractor• Ventrillion Management Co. (Singapore)– Agreement for up to a $15 million investment in Clean CoalTechnologies, Inc. $4.4 million paid in.– Affiliated with powerful coal players in Indonesia• Jindal Steel & Power Ltd• Signed a 25 year Pristine-M™ Technology License AgreementStrategic Partnerships
  • 7. In contrast to coal industry conditions in the United States,sustained rapid growth outside the OECD is drivingunprecedented growth in coal consumption– Between 2000 and 2011, global coal consumption rose 54% from 5.3 billion to 8.1billion tons per annum. Asian economies, primarily China, were major driver.– Coal represented about 29% in 2012 global energy mix; expected to rise to 31% by2030, according to the IEA (International Energy Agency).– Globally for power generation, coal accounts for > 40% of the fuel source mix. Insome regions, notably Asia, it’s share is 60%.– Remains one of the most inexpensive and abundantly available fuel sources. Oncost per Btu basis, oil costs 2x to 3x more than coal.– In any major economy, it is not feasible that coal can be eliminated from the grid inthe foreseeable future owing to need to secure base load power availability.– Non-hydro renewable energy is likely to remain a small fraction of total supply for atleast a generation– Nuclear is cheap power option, but unpopular given safety and waste disposalconcerns.Macro Picture: A Strong Tailwind
  • 8. Accelerated Consumption is has brought to the fore theindustry’s key technology priorities: “clean” coal and drycoal– Air pollution caused by unfiltered coal combustion has reached epidemicproportions in many areas where emissions controls are not affordable– Rapid growth of consumption has resulted in the presence of low-rank coals intothe mix of coals sold commercially– Low-rank coals, i.e., coals that contain high levels of inherent moisture (e.g., 35%to 50%) are a growing presence in the coal markets. Such coals represent a deadloss from a transportation perspective and are highly inefficient as fuel for industrialboilers– Rapid consumption of coal is giving rise to “resource nationalism” in somecountries. Indonesia is planning to ban exports of coal that falls below minimumquality threshold, making upgrade/domestic value-add necessary.– China has recently announced its intention to ban the import of low rank coals.– The market for upgraded coal is, potentially, in the billions of tons.– The future of coal as a sustainable fuel depends critically on upgrade technologies.Macro Picture: Strong Tailwind - cont.
  • 9. Post-Combustion Solutionsa) Conventional solution today is “scrubbing” of emissions using wet or drytechnologies.b) Scrubbing technologies can be largely effective but solutions areextremely costly and involve loss of saleable energyPre-Combustion Solutionsa) Devolatizing coal to reduce it as much as possible to fixed carbon andhydrogen results in a fuel that burns clean, free of most pollutantsb) CCTI’s pre-combustion solution is preferable because the processcondenses volatile gases into liquid hydrocarbon byproducts that may addsignificantly to revenue. Process is cash flow additive.Dehydration Solutionsa) Very few efforts to develop a viable dehydration technology havesucceeded. CCTI has a unique approach that is simple and cost-effective.SAIC has completed the engineering; pilot test plant to launch inAugust/September 2013.Post versus Pre-Combustion Solutions
  • 10. The TechnologyCCTI’s Unique Coal Treatment Processes– Original Pristine™ “clean coal” process removes volatiles and moisture;produces valuable liquid byproducts; highly synergistic with CTG and CTL– New Pristine-M™ process removes moisture and stable end product thatnot re-absorb moisture and minimizes risk of spontaneous combustion– New Pristine-SA™ process removes 100% of the volatile matter and comeswith a solution for ensuring a stable burn in conventional boilers.Major differentiator of CCTI’s technology from what has come before:• Flexibility to handle variations of feed coal• Even within a single seam, coal can vary substantially requiring changesto process parameters. Coal is not a monolithic mineral.• Process departs form accurate chemical and structural analysis of feedcoal. Builds in the capability to make process adjustments automatically• Prior processes have failed in large part because they treat coal ahomogenous mineral.- Ma
  • 11. The TechnologyCCTI’s Unique Coal Treatment Processes– Original Pristine™ “clean coal” process removes volatiles and moisture;produces valuable liquid byproducts; highly synergistic with CTG and CTL– New Pristine-M™ process removes moisture and stable end product thatnot re-absorb moisture and minimizes risk of spontaneous combustion– New Pristine-SA™ process removes 100% of the volatile matter and comeswith a solution for ensuring a stable burn in conventional boilers.Major differentiator of CCTI’s technology from what has come before:• Flexibility to handle variations of feed coal• Even within a single seam, coal can vary substantially requiring changesto process parameters. Coal is not a monolithic mineral.• Process departs form accurate chemical and structural analysis of feedcoal. Builds in the capability to make process adjustments automatically• Prior processes have failed in large part because they treat coal ahomogenous mineral.- Ma
  • 12. Process DescriptionCCTI is ideally positioned to address today’s need for an affordable,premium coalCleanCoalProductExhaust Gas Collectionand SeparationRecovered ChemicalsRaw CoalRecovered gasesfor process heatCCTI Process Unit
  • 13. • Processing Units are Modular– Scale up risk is minimized– Mechanical failure only decommissions a single module, not entireplant– Plant expansions can be made in affordable increments• Exceptional Plant Economics– Plant uses standard industrial components, many off-the-shelf– Capturing volatiles and recycling coal fines for process heat results inan energy neutral design– No need for pelletizing or briquetting results in opex about 50% belowcompetitors– Pristine-M™ plant investment is recovered in under 3 years withunlevered ROE in excess of 35%Unique Industrial Design
  • 14. Compelling Plant Economics
  • 15. Valuation Scenarios - CCTI
  • 16. Pre 2012• Science and technology of coal drying and upgrading• Earlier processes, address challenges, test >100 coals on test rigQ2 2013• Complete construction of larger (2MT/hr ) – 1/15th scale pilot facility*• Testing & optimization tests at an Oklahoma power plantQ2 2014• Commission commercial 30 MT/hr. unit.• Jindal Power & Steel first commercial clientBy 2014• Contract large-scale commercial unit processing 1 million MT/yr with multiple clientsProjected Technology Roll Out* In addition to completing construction of a 1/15th scale pilot facility with Berau and Jindal, more licensingagreements are anticipated in 2013.
  • 17. Corporate Contact:Robin Eves, CEOClean Coal Technologies, Inc.295 Madison Avenue, 12th Fl.New York, NYTelephone: 646.710.3549Thank YouInvestor Relations:Adam HolsworthManaging DirectorProActive Capital Group641 Lexington Avenue, 6th FloorNew York, NYTelephone: 646 862-4607

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