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Re:riteybaoq,The Investor's Toolbox

From: Camille Flowers
Subject: Re:riteybaoq,The Investor's Toolbox
Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 11:22:50 -0500

Patrice Paulson,

Sequoia Interests

Trading Symbol SQNC PK

What if a company had a product that would allow oil wells to produce much more oil?

What would that stock be worth with todays oil prices close to 50 USD per barrel?

10, 20, 30, 100 USD? and now several of the major oil companies are currently testing the product.

At 0.50 we think SQNC is a homerun.

To solve this problem, the oil industry is looking for new alternatives for increased exploration and production. The clear solution for increased demand and consumption can already be found in the ground, with nearly two thirds of oil left in the ground at US wells, too technically complex or expensive to extract with traditional technologies. Enhanced oil recovery, EOR, is an exciting new frontier in the oil and gas industry which you are going to hear more of in the coming years. SQNCs innovative new product, DiamondFlo, could be at the forefront of this frontier.

SQNC has strong interest from major oil and gas companies for testing and potential licensing of this product, and is in the final stages of the research and development of DiamondFlo. With testing expected to be completed in the next 60 to 90 days, and planned patent application shortly thereafter, announcements from SQNC could cause price gains for this stock over the coming months. What is more, DiamondFlos unique chemical properties, make it an ideal solution for a number of other application in the oil and gas industry, including remediation and environmental cleanup of oil fields, refineries, and storage facilities; an estimated 8.1 billion market. With this revolutionary product in the development pipeline, SQNC has also made some aggressive moves into oil and gas production with its recent acquisition of leases in Pecos Valley, Texas. These operations will act as a testbed for development and validation of the DiamondFlo product and could provide an additional revenue stream and source of cash flow for SQNC.

With the commercialization of its DiamondFlo product looming near, we feel that it is only a matter of time before Wall Street recognizes this stock. What is more, SQNC is positioned within an industry that has seen tremendous upside growth, and is headed for even more appreciation as the global oil crisis demands new production solutions. Over the last twelve months, the oil well services and equipment industry has seen an average price gain of more than 88 percent, and savvy investors in emerging companies have witnessed tremendous pr0fits. We believe that SQNC is one of the most revolutionary new companies on the market. With major announcements stemming from the completion of R and D on DiamondFlo, do you think SQNC could make a nice move in the coming day?.

A Few Reasons to Own SQNC.

1. With its innovative DiamondFlo product, SQNC is positioned to help alleviate the impending oil and gas crisis, with producers struggling to keep up with growing US energy demands, as foreign exploration and production comes under increasing geopolitical pressures. Increased consumption demands have combined with an increasingly unstable international production climate to create some of the highest prices seen at the pump since the 1970s oil embargo, and crude oil prices on the spot market have recently approached the 50 USD mark. As oil companies seek new ways to maximize domestic oil recovery, the chemical EOR approach of SQNC will be a major factor in increasing production and removing dependence on foreign oil.

2. Enhanced oil recovery, EOR, represents the logical next step in expanding domestic oil production, and represents a tremendous and presently underappreciated market potential. Over two thirds of oil in US reservoirs is left unproduced after primary and secondary production, leaving an incredible and untapped source for US energy needs. According to the US Department of Energy, EOR has the potential to recover 35 billion barrels of oil, 50 percent more than the current US proven reserves of 23 billion barrels, and even greater than the US estimated undiscovered potential of 30 billion barrels. With its DiamondFlo chemical EOR solution, SQNC could be ideally positioned to benefit from a renewed focus on production from these untapped oil reserves.

3. SQNC has developed a revolutionary chemical EOR product, DiamondFlo which offers tremendous advantages over thermal and gas EOR methods. Thermal and gas, primarily CO2 injection to stimulate production are costly and require a complex infrastructure, while other chemical EOR products have had limited success and are environmentally damaging. By contrast, DiamondFlo is expected to generate recovery of 20 to 40 percent above current methods, is environmentally safe and meets strict regulatory standards for oil recovery and remediation, and will be available to producers at a comparable price point to competitive products. With introduction of DiamondFlo to the market following completion of testing and development, SQNC could revolutionize the oil and gas industry with this innovative approach to enhanced oil recovery.

4. In addition to its principal application in EOR, SQNCs DiamondFlo product has additional applications in the 8.1 Billion oil and gas remediation market. During the testing process, DiamondFlo has demonstrated exceptional remediation properties, with static remediation tests determining that it removed more than 80 percent of hydrocarbons from soil with no significant hydrocarbon emulsion, mixing of oil and water. This discovery paves the way for eventual application in environmental cleanup of oil facilities or spills, and opens up a tremendous new market for SQNC. Since 1992, the American Petroleum Industry estimates that over 90 billion has been spent by the oil and gas industry to protect the environment, with 8.1 billion spent annually in environmental expenditures.

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