Dina Saturday, 06/23/18 11:40:09 AM Re: PBGoodwill post# 19 Post # of 53 Turbotech is the old business and if a transfer agent updates for all clients the share structure this doesn´t mean anything is planned for TDYT. If you would read old sec filings you should see it´s the previous business. "Prior to the May 2006 London initial public offering (" IPO ") described below, the Company was principally engaged in the manufacture of spirally fluted metal tubesused for a variety of heat transfer applications through its then subsidiary, Turbotec Products, Inc. (" Turbotec "). After the IPO, Turbotec and its new parent, TurbotecProducts Plc (the “ PLC "), operated independently of the Company as a requirement of the UK underwriter and as a result of the April 28, 2006 RelationshipAgreement (“ RA ”). The RA became the subject of unsuccessful litigation between the Company and the PLC described in Item 3 herein (the " London judgment"). As of April 12, 2011 an aggregate of 12,806,773 ordinary shares of the PLC were issued and outstanding. At July 1, 2011, the Company owned 2,712,407 shares ofthe PLC, constituting approximately 21.18% of the PLC."