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QS Energy, Inc. (OTCQB: QSEP), provides the global energy industry with patent-protected industrial equipment designed to deliver measurable performance improvements to crude oil pipelines. Developed in partnership with leading university and crude oil production and transportation entities, QS Energy's high-value solutions address the enormous capacity inadequacies of domestic and overseas pipeline infrastructures that were designed and constructed prior to the current worldwide surge in oil production. In support of our clients' commitment to the responsible sourcing of energy and environmental stewardship, QS Energy combines scientific research with inventive problem solving to provide energy efficiency 'clean tech' solutions to bring new efficiencies and lower operational costs to the upstream, midstream and gathering sectors.

QS Energy's flagship technology is the AOT.

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About Applied Oil Technology

Developed in partnership with scientists at Temple University in Philadelphia, Applied Oil Technology (AOT) is the energy industry's first pipeline flow improvement solution for crude oil, using an electrical charge to coalesce microscopic particles native to unrefined oil, thereby reducing viscosity. Over the past four years AOT has been rigorously prepared for commercial use with the collaboration of engineering teams at numerous independent oil production and transportation entities interested in harnessing its demonstrated efficacy to increase pipeline performance and flow, drive up committed and uncommitted toll rates for pipeline operators, and reduce pipeline operating costs. Although AOT originally attracted the attention of pipeline operators motivated to improving their takeaway capacity during an historic surge in upstream output resulting from enhanced oil recovery techniques, the technology now represents what we believe to be the premiere solution for improving the profit margins of producers and transporters during today's economically challenging period of low spot prices and supply surplus.


JASON LANE: Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of the Company
Jason Lane is a veteran of the oil and gas industry with a 20-year track record of procuring and divesting of oil and gas leases, mineral and royalty interests and production in the lower 48 States through his own partnerships and joint ventures. His most recent large transaction includes lease divestitures to Halcon Resources (Woodbine) and Terrace Energy LLC (Woodbine). Previously, Mr. Lane sold Rocky Mountain prospects to Bill Barrett Corp as well as multiple prospects to Chesapeake Energy across East Texas. Additionally, Mr. Lane has operated and or participated in the drilling of wells in Texas, Louisiana, Montana, and Wyoming. He has been the lead on all of his partnerships since 2002, with partners ranging from family offices to hedge funds.

During his career, Mr. Lane has been directly involved in the leasing of over 650,000 prime acres for his partnerships. Also in the royalty field, he has sold multiple royalty packages to NGP portfolio companies, Noble Royalties and other companies and funds. Mr. Lane has also managed up to a 125 Landman operation which was responsible for title and lease acquisition work for several significant companies throughout the United States.

As co-founder and senior principal of Colorado-based energy consulting firm Citrine Energy, Mr. Rasmussen comes to QS Energy with nearly two decades of experience in the power and oil and gas sectors, with deep expertise in engineering design, project and program management, construction, compliance, and quality. Mr. Rasmussen comes into this new role at QS Energy with critical knowledge of AOT and its demonstrated ability to reduce the viscosity of crude oil -- helping operators increase flow volume, reduce reliance on diluents, relax viscosity requirements, and meet carbon emission reduction goals while decreasing operating costs and improving pipeline efficiency. As a consulting engineer for TransCanada in 2014, Mr. Rasmussen experienced AOT operations first hand; in a similar role for QS Energy over the past two years, he helped spearhead critical design and fabrication improvements that have resulted in significant gains in AOT operating efficiencies, while achieving stable operations on a high-volume high API crude oil pipeline. In addition to his recent on-site consulting with QS Energy, Mr. Rasmussen has served as a project - program manager and consultant for TransCanada Pipelines across a range of compliance-related projects including Keystone, Gulf Coast, KXL, and Energy East Pipelines. Mr. Rasmussen holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines, is a registered Professional Engineer (PE), and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). Mr. Rasmussen, along with his wife and three children, are looking forward to relocating to the Houston area.

GARY BUCHLER: Independent director, member of Audit Committee
Gary Buchler is Chief Operating Officer of the Natural Gas Pipeline business unit of Kinder Morgan, Inc. (NYSE: KMI) and operator of one of the largest interstate pipeline systems in the United States. With oversight of a combined annual expense/capital budget of $1.3 billion, Mr. Buchler is responsible for all Engineering, Operations, Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS), and Land Management functions for roughly 70,000 miles of transmission and gathering pipelines. Mr. Buchler is responsible for the day-to-day management of 3,900 employees, evaluation and oversight of expansion projects, and the evaluation of potential acquisitions. As Chief Operating Officer of the KM Gas Pipelines, Mr. Buchler has been instrumental in the acquisition and integration of more than $45 billion in pipeline assets at Kinder Morgan. Mr. Buchler has held various management positions at Kinder Morgan since 1979, including Vice-President Engineering/Operations Pipeline Group, Vice-President Eastern Pipeline Operations, Vice-President Engineering and Operations Kinder Morgan Gas Treating/Kinderhawk Field Services, and Director of Pipeline Integrity. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Iowa and an MBA from the Keller Graduate School of Management.

DON DICKSON: Independent director
Mr. Dickson returned to Kinder Morgan after working for the company in their natural gas operations for 26 years during which time he served in various capacities including Director of Operations on two major pipeline projects: the 42” Rockies Mountain Express (REX) and the 42” Midcontinent Express Pipeline (MEP). In between his stints at Kinder Morgan, Mr. Dixon served as Chief Executive Officer for Advanced Pipeline Services (APS), which provided a full range of services to the oil and gas industry including new pipeline and facilities construction, horizontal directional drilling and pipeline integrity/rehabilitation. He also was Director of Operations at Tetra Resources where he completed various onshore and offshore oil and gas wells. He also served as a Senior Engineer with Halliburton Services. Mr. Dickson earned his B.S. in Engineering from Oklahoma State University.

THOMAS A. BUNDROS: Independent director
During his extensive career in the energy industry Mr. Bundros has served as chief financial officer and a senior level finance executive with a variety of entities in the oil and gas industry and public utilities sector. In addition to his tenure as Chief Financial Officer at Colonial Pipeline Company, the world’s largest pipeline operator transporting 100 million gallons of refined petroleum products daily across 5,500 miles of pipeline, Mr. Bundros held various financial positions in the Atlanta and New York offices of the Southern Company System, the 16th largest utility company in the world and the fourth largest in the U.S. with over 4 million customers in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and Mississippi.

Mr. Bundros currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Dalton Utilities, a provider of electricity, natural gas, water and telecommunications services to the city of Dalton and portions of northwest Georgia. Mr. Bundros earned his Master of Business Administration in Finance and Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

ERIC BUNTING: Independent director
Eric Bunting, M.D. is a board-certified Ear, Nose, and Throat physician, and he is an owner and partner in an independent specialty group.  This group has partnered with Wichita Surgical Specialist (“WSS”), which remains one of the country’s largest surgical multispecialty groups.  Dr. Bunting has been on the board of directors of WSS for the last 10 years.  Dr. Bunting graduated from Kansas University School of Medicine and subsequently received specialty training at Kansas University Medical Center. 

Dr. Bunting has many diverse business and entrepreneurial interests.  Dr. Bunting has an interest in early startup companies and franchising opportunities. He is an owner and partner in approximately 40 fast-casual restaurant franchises in 10 states.  He has board of director experience in the health care industry with multiple ambulatory surgical centers and a radiation center.  Dr. Bunting has been an integral part of these boards through merger and acquisition periods.  Other interests are in the wine and spirits industry where Dr. Bunting has been involved in a successful spirit start-up, which is poised for an acquisition opportunity.  Dr. Bunting has other ongoing active business investments in the evolving internet artificial intelligence industry, as it relates to marketing and advertising.

Dr. Bunting has been an investor in the Company, acquiring a significant number of shares over the last four years.  During this period, he has been and will remain an unbiased shareholder advocate looking forward to commercialization, deployment, and eventual profitability for the Company.

RICHARD MUNN: Independent director
Richard W. Munn is one of the top players in the royalty and mineral arena as demonstrated over the last 15 years with 39 years of industry experience. Of note, he managed the royalty acquisition teams at Noble Royalties and other companies, closing on the acquisition of approximately $450 million worth of Royalty and Mineral Interests involving over 50 separate transactions. Mr. Munn has a solid reputation and extensive relationships with private and public U.S.-based energy producers and mineral holders. He has also managed his own exploration and production companies. From 2005 to 2007, Mr. Munn chaired the IPAA Business Development Committee and from 2007 to 2009, he chaired the IPAA Business Development/ Membership Committee. From 2005 to 2007, Mr. Munn chaired the Society of Petroleum Engineers Business Development Committee. In addition, to his network of oil and gas industry relationships, Mr. Munn is a licensed registered professional geologist in Wyoming with a B.A. in Geology from the University of Colorado.

Insider buying

(1) On 8/5/2016 Don Dickson invested $70,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants. 
(2) On 10/13/2016 Don Dickson converted his note into common stock. 
(3) On 4/17/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invested $50,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants. 
(4) On 5/15/17 Richard Munn invested $10,000 in a Private Placement offering of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converted the notes to common stock. 
(5) On 5/15/2017 Richard Munn bought 42,000 shares of common stock in the open market at $0.24 per share. 
(6) On 5/31/2017 Thomas Bundros invested $100,000 in a private Placement of convertible notes and warrants. He immediately converted the notes to common stock. 
(7) On 7/19/2017 Dr. Eric Bunting invested an additional $40,000 to convert his warrants and stock options into common stock well before their expiration dates. 
(8) On 7/30/2017 Don Dickson invested an additional $38,500 to convert warrants into common stock. 
(9) On 8/2/2017 Gary Buchler invested $50,000 to buy common stock at market prices and converted all of his vested stock options. 

Review Form-3 and Form-4 filings to find the original documents showing these purchases.


General information

*To access and read all official SEC filings, click here.
*Company SEC Filings
*Corporate profile
*Investor tear sheet

Press releases

- All press releases
Incoming QS Energy CEO and Chairman Jason Lane's Letter to Shareholders and Board of Directors (MARCH 31, 2017)
QS Energy CEO Jason Lane Issues Shareholder Update (MAY 25, 2017)
Veteran Pipeline Infrastructure Engineer Shannon Rasmussen Joins QS Energy To Lead Global Commercialization of AOT Flow Assurance Technology (JUNE 30, 2017)

Media reports

- World Pipelines: QS Energy: positive evaluation on major crude and condensate pipeline (June 6, 2016)
Pipeline tech co. moves to Houston, names CEO, directors (June 5, 2017)
Energy tech CEO: 'The timing is perfect' for commercial phase (June 8, 2017)


Vice President of Engineering Shannon Rasmussen with AOT installation on a high volume, high API gravity crude oil pipeline



Company address:
23902 FM 2978
Tomball, TX 77375

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#35911  Sticky Note A must read, watch & listen for all zerosnoop 12/22/16 05:30:25 AM
#34819  Sticky Note It is true what homebrew says "its harder Zepellin 11/17/16 07:14:16 PM
#28359  Sticky Note Fantastic PR this morning out by QS Energy zerosum 05/23/16 09:52:55 AM
#26330  Sticky Note From the Business Plan. AOT Case Study. This zerosum 02/11/16 08:05:48 PM
#2381  Sticky Note Board Warning - Please Read: IH Admin [Shelly] 04/17/13 10:43:08 AM
#42403   ABSOLUTELY FALSE according to CENOVOUS. Sales o zerosnoop 10/17/17 11:58:58 PM
#42402   NOT TRUE according to the EVIDENCE in t zerosnoop 10/17/17 11:55:29 PM
#42401   INCORRECT. Below is a recap of all the zerosnoop 10/17/17 07:26:26 PM
#42400   Sure, but it also can tank like hell valueyoda 10/17/17 07:16:39 PM
#42399   ABSOLUTELY FALSE according to KINDER MORGAN.[/c zerosnoop 10/17/17 06:22:27 PM
#42398   NOT TRUE . The sec has VERIFIED & APPROVE zerosnoop 10/17/17 06:19:12 PM
#42397   INCORRECT. The PROVEN AOT, AOT XL, JOULE HEAT zerosnoop 10/17/17 06:10:35 PM
#42396   ABSOLUTELY FALSE . I would NOT want to be zerosnoop 10/17/17 06:02:05 PM
#42395   NOT TRUE . The funds raised were used to zerosnoop 10/17/17 05:56:21 PM
#42394   Yeah I guess so. alkalinesolution1 10/17/17 05:46:27 PM
#42393   I suppose that if there's no trading interest, rufus101 10/17/17 04:54:59 PM
#42392   Yogi, you know it doesn't work like that. EOM CGB007 10/17/17 04:28:24 PM
#42391   But seriously, I didn't even know this was alkalinesolution1 10/17/17 04:21:30 PM
#42390   wishful thinking? I am sure they will announce valueyoda 10/17/17 03:51:11 PM
#42389   Calm before the storm! EOM CGB007 10/17/17 03:13:23 PM
#42388   How could there be virtually no trading? alkalinesolution1 10/17/17 03:06:45 PM
#42387   And? As a percentage those that are short mr_sano 10/17/17 02:42:55 PM
#42386   Try to pay attention... CGB007 10/17/17 01:58:49 PM
#42384   Sorry Elektra is dead. Not even mentioned in mr_sano 10/17/17 12:45:56 PM
#42383   I don't get the preoccupation with "shorting" mr_sano 10/17/17 12:33:46 PM
#42382   Obviously, based on today's trading... CGB007 10/17/17 11:58:36 AM
#42380   Not true. Investors cash was not predominately used mr_sano 10/17/17 11:11:44 AM
#42377   INCORRECT. So the Chief Operating Officer of the zerosnoop 10/16/17 11:59:34 PM
#42376   NOT TRUE. Great rebuttal document from Professor Tao zerosnoop 10/16/17 11:59:10 PM
#42375   ABSOLUTELY FALSE according to the EVIDENCE [/co zerosnoop 10/16/17 11:57:24 PM
#42374   INCORRECT according to all the GEMS & FACTS zerosnoop 10/16/17 11:55:42 PM
#42373   NOT TRUE according to CENOVOUS. Sales of the zerosnoop 10/16/17 07:42:37 PM
#42372   ABSOLUTELY FALSE. The PROVEN AOT, AOT XL, JOULE zerosnoop 10/16/17 07:37:58 PM
#42371   INCORRECT . Below is a recap of all the zerosnoop 10/16/17 07:35:56 PM
#42370   NOT TRUE according to KINDER MORGAN . IT zerosnoop 10/16/17 07:32:28 PM
#42369   ABSOLUTELY FALSE . I would NOT want to be zerosnoop 10/16/17 07:29:39 PM
#42368   INCORRECT according to the EVIDENCE bel zerosnoop 10/16/17 07:24:01 PM
#42367   NOT TRUE . The sec has VERIFIED & APPROVE zerosnoop 10/16/17 07:11:06 PM
#42366   " Well see where cell phones are today everybody mr_sano 10/16/17 03:02:46 PM
#42365   Interesting post! Can you please refresh my memory Inspiration1 10/16/17 01:31:39 PM
#42364   The failed products are important because it shows valueyoda 10/16/17 01:31:38 PM
#42363   Insider buying in dollar amounts is insignificant, and valueyoda 10/16/17 01:28:43 PM
#42362   $QSEP just refuses to go below .30 zerosum 10/16/17 01:15:48 PM
#42361   Mrs. Sano JJ2016 10/16/17 11:49:52 AM
#42360   Wow, I'm having some trouble pasting links today.... rufus101 10/16/17 11:49:34 AM
#42359 rufus101 10/16/17 11:47:46 AM
#42358   You may be correct, but it's hard to rufus101 10/16/17 11:45:40 AM
#42357   Or could it be JJ2016 10/16/17 11:42:22 AM
#42356   Aot is piece of machinery which at best mr_sano 10/16/17 11:39:17 AM
#42355   Yes, but as you can see from this valueyoda 10/16/17 11:23:54 AM
#42354   The theme of the article is the industry's rufus101 10/16/17 11:01:08 AM
#42353   lol! Read the article again. This has nothing mr_sano 10/16/17 10:48:02 AM
#42352   This NYT article quotes McKinsey who is estimating 1300steps 10/15/17 04:53:26 PM
#42351   $30.00. If they wanted it to end on KC01905 10/14/17 10:28:48 AM
#42350   They will be tears of joy soon enough. alkalinesolution1 10/12/17 11:57:35 PM