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LEGENDARY FAYE LEUNG
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OIL REFINERY PROPOSAL 

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        And: FAYE LEUNG INVESTMENT, CONSULTING & MARKET GROUP,
                             Tel: 604-266-1945 Fax: 604-266-3902 Email: fayeleung@telus.net
                             P.O. Box 4815, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A4, Canada.
 
 
Rt. Hon. Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada
Hon. Premier Christy Clark, Premier of British Columbia,
Hon. Premier of Alberta,
Your Worship Mayor Gregor Robertson
February 16, 2012
 
Dear Hon. Prime Minister Stephen Harper,
And: Hon. Premier Christy Clark,
And: Hon. Premier of Alberta
And: Mr. Mayor Gregor Robertson,
 
I am Ken Brody, Managing Director, Green Dot Energy Inc. I am a USA citizen and head of an international petroleum brokerage company. 
 
And Faye Leung, Canadian Chinese, is Green Dot Energy Inc’s  Representative and associate.  Faye Leung, Faye Leung Investment, Consulting & Marketing Group proposed we joint venture build new oil refineries in Canada various provinces, refine crude oil as long-term economic benefit for Canadians and jobs, valued-added for raw materials before export important enhance employment in Canada.  Besides increase employment and other benefits in valued-added here in Canada also beneficial to many supplier industries, engineering design, environmental technologies, equipments supply among others..
 
As 2011 Faye has initiated and instrumental to build refineries in Canada work toward Far East investors to finance the refineries project in Canada.  That  when Faye was in China in June and July 2012, China has proposed to Faye Leung to build refineries in China.  China also offered to Faye the China existing refineries to refine oil. Faye knowingly and previously had discussed with Green Dot Energy of able co-ordinate and liaison built refineries in our worldwide network...Faye offered joint venture with Green Dot Energy Inc  to build refineries in Canada …and of the China’s refineries offers to refine crude in China.
 
Subsequently, Mr. Stephen Hume, renowned Vancouver Sun columnist stated: If the Keystone XL and Northern Gateway pipeline were to go ahead and begin flowing close to a million barrels of raw bitumen a day from Alberta to refineries in southern U.S. and China, wouldn’t this mean that Canada was foregoing an opportunity to add value to 365 million barrels a year by not upgrading it here (Canada) before export it?  However, common sense suggests that enhancing refining infrastructure would generate a heck of a lot more residual and economic benefit for Canadians than sending a primary product to distant markets to be upgraded by somebody else.
 
Canada is already importing about half of its petroleum needs.  Wouldn’t it make sense to reduce imports while upgrading our domestic capacity to add value to a primary resource then export any refined surplus at a higher price?
 
And Mr. Hume said: Canada’s federal government has a long-standing policy of supporting value-added manufacturing policy for raw materials before export.  “Work with industry to realize more benefits in terms of employment and revenues from mineral and metal resources through value-added manufacturing” “Production of value-added mineral and metal products is an important source of jobs for Canadians, especially as the primary production of mineral and metal commodities becomes increasingly globalized.”
 
So by encouraging the development of value-adding supply chains, products and services, it won’t just be raw bitumen flowing down the Northern Gateway and Keystone XL pipelines, it will also be jobs and Canada’s long-term opportunities for adding value.  This is precisely the opposite of Ottawa’s vigorously stated policy, although it fits nicely with strategies in China. That he suggested a robust discussion about this.
 
Faye & I hereby propose to you that we build refineries in Canada resolves the controversies over the proposed Enbridge’s British Columbia Northern Gateway Pipelines 525,000 barrels-per-day proposal (February 22, 2012) from Bruderheim, Alberta link the oilsands to the port of Kitimat, B.C. so the bitumen could be exported to Asia by tanker.  And the $7.8 billion (February 16, 2012) TransCanada Corp’s Keystone XL bitumen pipelines when completed 820,000 barrels per day Alberta-to-Texas projects encountered stiff opposition from environmental groups concerned about possible oil spills. 
 
I sincerely regret the actions of my government in thwarting the Keystone XL Pipeline project.  However, Faye has brought to my attention of the same forces are now arrayed against the extension of the aforesaid pipeline westward toward the Pacific. 
 
Removing synthetic crude oil from natural bitumen deposits  on Athabasca tar sands for refining in China seems quite inefficient.  You would be going to a lot of extra expense and trouble to emulate a natural product and then ship it 5000 miles to be used as raw stock in a refinery set up for natural crude.  It’s like engineering an artificial cow to make non-dairy creamer.  Alberta oil-sands, the third largest proven oil reserves in the world, although almost all of Canada’s oilsands exports go to USA.  We build the refineries in Canada therefore resolved and overcome environmental problems in expands exports to Asia.  As pipelines projects are based on desire increased access to global oil markets.  Canadian crudes are earning steep discounts to international prices on each barrel exported into the primary U.S. market, largely due to a glut in supply at Cushing, Okla.
 
The process of heating the tar sands, then cracking the heavy residue, then shipping the product to another plant where it will be heated and cracked again to make distillates wastes heat and duplicates processes and facilities that could be combined on one site.  You could re-engineer the same equipment to make several useful petroleum distillates on site with little extra effort.  The entire venture would be greener, produce less CO2 and save production costs.  The value of the distillates produced would be more than the value of the synthetic crude with roughly 60% of the shipping volume.  At a guess, the budget for the western pipeline and the costs of the refinery extension for roughly 820,000 barrels per day equivalent would be comparable.
 
Synthetic crude shipped from a new British Columbia Northern Gateway pipeline terminal would lock your economy into China, or the distillates, routed by a smaller, shorter, cheaper pipeline to existing USA pipeline systems could be sold all over the world.  For example, a product pipeline could be built along the right-of-way of the existing Edmonton-Detroit pipeline.  Fungible product injected into the product pipeline system can be immediately extracted at any connected port, unlike crude.
 
We can build the refineries in Provinces and/or municipalities or cities in needs of stimulus their downturn economy to secured jobs for its citizens.   
 
I do hope that you will consider our above proposals for the benefit of both our countries, Canada and USA always good relationship and good neighbor.  We will be glad to participate to fruition.  And we look forward further discussion with you at your earliest convenience.  Faye is available to meet with you and yours ASAP.
 
Respectfully Yours,
Green Dot Energy Inc, Ken Brody, Managing Director
Faye Leung Investment, Consulting & Marketing Group, Faye Leung
Tel: 604-266-1945, Fax: 604-266-3902, Email: fayeleung@telus.net;

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From: McDonald, Leigh Anne JTST:EX [mailto:LeighAnne.McDonald@gov.bc.ca] On Behalf Of Santoso, Patricia JTST:EX Sent: Monday, November 05, 2012 8:33 AM To: 'fayeleung@telus.net' Cc: Santoso, Patricia JTST:EX; McDonald, Leigh Anne JTST:EX; McEwan, Tim JTST:EX Subject: Faye Leung Meeting
 
On behalf of Tim McEwan, Associate Deputy Minister.
 
Dear Ms. Leung,
 
Thank you for your emails regarding your refinery proposal.  My team and I are interested in learning more about the project and would like to arrange a meeting with you and your partners.  A meeting will give you and your partners the opportunity to provide us with a comprehensive briefing on your proposal and provide a forum for all of us to share information and ask questions.
 
If you are available, perhaps something could be arranged for Friday, November 9th 2012.  I will be joined by two staff from my office:  Ron Bronstein, Senior Executive and Jeremy Hewitt, Director, Major Investment Delivery.
 
Please advise Patricia Santoso, my Executive Assistant, if you and your partners will be able to meet on Friday, November 9th, 2012.
 
Sincerely,
 
Tim McEwan
Associate Deputy Minister
 
Major Investments Office
Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training
and Minister Responsible for Labour
Tel: 604.660.3957 (Vancouver); 250.356.7509 (Victoria)
 
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From: Office of the Premier, Office PREM:EX [mailto:Premier@gov.bc.ca
Sent: Wed 10/24/2012 2:19 PM
c.c. Minister, JTST JTST:EX
To: ‘Faye Leung’
RE: GDE & Faye Leung proposed build refinery RE: 10, 12, 12, Combined synthetic crude and refinery for Canadian tar sands
 
Ms. Leung,
 
We want to confirm receipt of your correspondence and thank you for your follow-up email.
 
We understand that the Major Investments Office (MIO) at the Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training is currently reviewing your proposal and we would encourage you to work with staff at the MIO directly.
 
We do appreciate hearing from you and hope that you will find this assistance to be helpful.
 
pc:       Honourable Pat Bell
 
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Dear Hon. Premier Christy Clark,                          October 12, 2012
Hon. Terry Lake,
Hon. Pat Bell,
Hon. Rich Coleman,
Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Harper,
Hon. Joe Oliver,
Associate Deputy Minister Tim McEwan, et al,
Your Worship Mayor Gregor Robertson et al
 
Re: Green Dot Energy Inc (GDE) & Faye Leung proposed build refinery valued-added before export, And: Combined synthetic crude and refinery for Canadian tar sands, economic development, Employments, Environment, & other benefits for the Provinces, Canada, Cities & Industries
 
        Following up with my correspondences to and from Premier Christy Clark, Prime Minister Harper, Hon. Joe Oliver and Associate Deputy Minister Tim McEwan of herein attachment and below some copies of the emails
 
re: Green Dot Energy Inc (GDE) and I dated February 22, 2012 proposed to build crude oil refineries in Canada benefits Canada as aforesaid…That my associate GDE director Ken Brody’s to-day 10/12/12 self explanatory email below to me I’m forward to you for your updated info (please scroll down see) of our work as per Mr. Ewan’s suggestions in preparations for our upcoming meeting with him/government in the near future to further proceed onward..Your kind acknowledgement reply is appreciated ..please see as follows:
 
From: ‘Ken Brody’ Sent: Friday, October 12, 2012 11:56 AM To: Faye Leung Subject: Combined synthetic crude and refinery for Canadian tar sands
 
Faye,
 
Has agreed to provide proven technical talent for the pilot Direct Athabasca Tar Sands Refinery (DATS Refinery).  This pilot plant will be on site at a tar sands mine and will extract the crude and refine it in one continuous process, producing an optimized output of diesel, jet fuel, gasoline and other distillates for further injection into existing product pipelines.  We envision a network of these, each adapted to the capacities of the specific sites.  They will share the site environmental impact and the site transport infrastructure.  We expect to reduce the projected extraction costs of tar sands crude from $40 per barrel to half that in the combined operation.  The carbon footprint will be reduced in proportion.
 
Our next step is to produce an initial design that includes the geography and geology of a real site.  This DATS Refinery straw man design will be produced by a prestigious group of petroleum engineers under the direction of  myself.  I will soon send you a letterhead from the design company with the scope of this straw man design.  You and I will try to get a grant from the Provincial Government for the nominal cost of this design.
 
Based on this design, we can project capital and operating costs and create a financial plan for the extended project.  
 
Please feel free to forward this letter to Premier Christy Clark.

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And herein below is some copies of our correspondence for your reference too. (Please scroll down see). Await your reply.
 
Look forward to fruition with Warmest Best Wishes Successfully succeeds with you all.
 
Thanks zillions & appreciation…
 
God Bless Richly Success in all your endeavors with great happiness joyously!
With Good Fortune
Faye Leung梁慧超敬上
Faye Leung Investment, Consulting & Marketing Group 梁慧超顾问投资销售集团公司
And: Dean & Faye Leung Health & Education Foundation…est.: 1988 non profit
梁春广梁慧超保健及教育基金会
Tel: 604-266-1945 Fax: 604-266-3902 Email; fayeleung@telus.net; P.O. Box 4815 Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A4
 
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From: Office of the Premier, Office PREM:EX [mailto:Premier@gov.bc.ca]
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2012 11:50 AM To: 'Faye Leung' Cc: Minister, JTI JTI:EX Subject: RE: FW to Premier again: GDE & Faye Leung Proposed Build Refineries in British Columbia valued-added before exports 3, 6, 2012
 
Thank you for your email. This is just a quick note to advise you that we have forwarded your proposal to the Honourable Pat Bell, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Innovation, and he will ensure that the appropriate ministry official follows up with your directly. We understand that the Ministry’s Major Investment Office will be in touch with you shortly.
 
We hope this is helpful. Thank you again for sharing your proposal.
 
pc:       Honourable Pat Bell
 
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And: FAYE LEUNG INVESTMENT, CONSULTING & MARKETING GROUP,
           fayeleung@telus.net; Tel: 604-266-1945 Fax: 604-266-3902
           P. O. Box 4815, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A4
 
Dear Hon. Premier Christy Clark,                      August 9th 2012
 
On  July 9th, 2012 we met you again at the BBQ I’ve re-informed you Green Dot Energy Inc (GDE) and I has made an official proposal dated February 22nd 2012 to build Crude Oil Refinery in British Columbia &/or wherever designated, was sent to you, Prime Minister Harper, & Mayor Greg Robertson on March 13, 2012.
 
Again herein attachment self-explanatory our sincere proposal to build refinery in British Columbia to ‘valued-added’, employments/jobs, economic developments before export will beneficial to our Provinces, Cities and Canada as a whole!   The below email was the cover page as confirm of our herein proposed attachment sent you.
 
Green Dot Energy Inc with international knowledgeable experiences, sources of finances, technology and ‘know-hows’ of refineries and oil commodities, and I also have knowledge of both and is in communications with China of oil commodities and its refineries China wanted me to have GDE to refine the crude oil in their China’s Refineries.
 
At the aforesaid BBQ you’ve said to me to build in Kitimat by the western coast Port for export… you & your executive assistance then by your side that July 9, 2012 afternoon said “will get back to us”…And I’m re-send again herein attachment of our proposed build refinery here for your perusal…
 
Prime Minister Harper and Hon. Oliver’s replied our proposed build refineries to be connected with oil-sands industries and Enbridge too. The public highly appreciate and wants us build the refinery here to refine the crude oil before export after ‘valued-added’ beneficial to all Canadians and the industries in British Columbia and Canada….!
 
GDE enable updated herein attachment proposal to mutually satisfactory to the benefits and desires suitable to all concern. As this is good for B.C. and Canada.
 
We look forward to hear from you with your advises and suggestions to proceeds with you all..
 
Warmest Best Wishes.  
 
Thanks zillions
 
God Bless Healthy Richly Success
With Good Fortune
Faye Leung梁慧超敬上
Faye Leung Investment, Consulting & Marketing Group 梁慧超顾问投资销售集团公司
And: Dean & Faye Leung Health & Education Foundation…est.: 1988 non profit
梁春广梁慧超保健及教育基金会
Tel: 604-266-1945 Fax: 604-266-3902 Email; fayeleung@telus.net; P.O. Box 4815 Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A4
 
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From: Faye Leung [mailto:fayeleung@telus.net] Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 5:12 AM To: 'Hon Premier Christy Clark'; 'premier@premier.ca' Cc: 'john.yap.mla@leg.bc.ca'; 'pamela.Martin@gov.bc.ca' Subject: GDE & Faye Leung Proposed Build Refineries in British Columbia valued-added before exports 3, 6, 2012
 

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And: FAYE LEUNG INVESTMENT, CONSULTING & MARKET GROUP
                        Tel: 604-266-1945 Fax: 604-266-3902 Email: fayeleung@telus.net
                                    P.O. Box 4815, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A4, Canada.
 
            By email, fax and mail             PERSONAL IMPORTANT
 
To:  Premier Christy Clark
Premier of British Columbia
 
                                    Green Dot Energy Inc. Ken Brody and Faye Leung,
                              Faye Leung Investment, Consulting & Marketing Group,
And: Dean & Faye Leung Health & Education Foundation..est:1988 non-profit
 
            Proposed build refineries in British Columbia valued-added before export…
 
Please see herein attachment of important information enhance & enrich British Columbia
economic development and employment benefits Canadians secured more jobs.
 
Respectfully Yours,
 
God Bless Richly Success
With Good Fortune
Faye Leung梁慧超敬上
梁慧超顾问投资销售集团公司 Faye Leung Investment, Consulting & Marketing Group
And: Dean & Faye Leung Health & Education Foundation…est:1988 non-profit
Tel: 604-266-1945 Fax: 604-266-3902 Email; fayeleung@telus.net; P.O. Box 4815 Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A4
AND:

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From: ‘Faye Leung’
Sent: Thursday October 4, 2012 10:53 PM
To: 'McEwan, Tim JTI:EX'; 'Hon Premier Christy Clark'; 'bell.pat.mla@leg.bc.ca'; 'Hon. Pat Bell'
c.c: 'Santoso, Patricia JTI:EX'; 'Ken Brody'
Subject: B.C. Government re: Refinery Proposal.. reply 10, 4, 12
 
To: Mr. Tim McEwan,
Associate Deputy Minister
Province of British Columbia Government
Major Investment Office,
Victoria, B.C.
 
Dear Mr. Tim McEwan,
 
Thanks zillions your below email and Premier Christy Clark kindly has forwarded to your attention as Premier also has advised me and to the Hon. Pat Bell et al of my associate Green Dot Energy Inc., Director Ken Brody & I et al of our proposed ‘letter of intent’ to build a refinery in British Columbia to “valued-added” before export to Asia.  This then also benefits B.C. economic development and employments enhancement and enrich our province too.
 
Since our February and March 2012 proposal to Premier Christy Clark, Prime Minister Harper, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, that I have not heard from Premier Clark and/or B.C. Government offices (as you already have copies of our self-explanatory original letters) until on July 9, 2012 met with Premier Clark face-to-face of as aforesaid that she said for us to build the refinery in Kitimat and to follow through by re-sent her our proposal…as done! 
 
We’re delighted and appreciate Premier Clark now has forwarded to you for your kind help to fruition…
 
1.    Once we have the B.C. Government, as we now have, interests for us to proceeds further with our proposal, that Green Dot Energy (GDE) Mr. Ken Brody, Director will updated our proposal for you et al perusal…
 
2.    As its necessary to take each steps at a time, by: firstly B.C. Government’s recommendations, as Premier Clark have said to us “Kitimat” is suitable location to build the refinery…whether this is the best location &/or other suggestions we need to know to work together to mutually satisfactory to be suitable in every phases. 
 
3.    Green Dot Energy’s technical and financial accessible and knowledgeable in the oil industries and refineries as affiliates internationally and I have China refineries’ interested GDE & I have the crude oils valued-added in China’s refineries…as China proposed to me and GDE awaiting.
 
4.    All the further details of each steps procedures will be followed upon knowing our Province’s directions enable for us to build a B.C. Refinery as aforesaid .
 
5.    Yours and Premier et al’s advises and guidance is appreciated and needed enable we’re able to proceeds further.
 
6.    Look forward to meet with you & yours in the near future for your recommendations and suggestions in our preparations and to work with you all to succeeds.
 
7.    Thanking you zillions with Warmest Best Wishes!
 
God Bless Healthy Richly Success
With Good Fortune
Faye Leung梁慧超敬上
Faye Leung Investment, Consulting & Marketing Group 梁慧超顾问投资销售集团公司
And: Dean & Faye Leung Health & Education Foundation…est.: 1988 non profit
梁春广梁慧超保健及教育基金会
Tel: 604-266-1945 Fax: 604-266-3902 Email; fayeleung@telus.net; P.O. Box 4815 Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A4
 
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From: McEwan, Tim JTI:EX [mailto:Tim.McEwan@gov.bc.ca] Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2012 5:10 PM To: 'FayeLeung@telus.net' Cc: Santoso, Patricia JTI:EX Subject: Refinery Proposal
 
Dear Faye Leung,
 
I want to thank you for considering British Columbia for your proposed oil refinery project.  Your letter to Premier Clark was forwarded to me for my attention and response.
 
The Major Investments Office (MIO) is focused on advancing significant projects in British Columbia.  The office works with investors, ministries, government agencies, other levels of government and stakeholders to secure new investments.  The office also identifies barriers to these investments and proposes and facilitates solutions to them.
 
We are interested in working with you on this project and helping where appropriate.  We would like to set up a time in the near future to discuss the proposed project with you.  To make this meeting as productive as possible, it would be useful, in advance of the meeting, for my office to receive a formal summary of the proposed project or prospectus including as much of the following as possible:
 
·       General locations being considered for the project.
·       Investment and financing strategy for the project.
·       Background on the company and its other projects to date.
·       What services you may require such as feedstock, power, water, etc.
·       Who you have engaged with to date, including:
o   First Nations.
o   Local communities.
o   Private land owners or other businesses.
·       Any engineering, topography or proximity constraints that may hinder the project.
·       Transportation needs e.g. rail, highway, etc.
·       Engagement to date with other government agencies, including the Environmental Assessment Office.  In British Columbia, major projects that meet or exceed the thresholds described in the Reviewable Projects Regulation of the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Act (BCEAA) must undergo a formal review, and the proponent must obtain an Environmental Assessment (EA) Certificate before being issued all other regulatory and project approvals. 
 
Once we have more information on your project we can set up a meeting to discuss this project further and explore areas where the Province can be of assistance.  Please contact me if you have any further questions and we look forward to working with you in the future.
 
Sincerely,
 
Tim McEwan
Associate Deputy Minister
 
Major Investments Office
Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training
and Minister Responsible for Labour
Tel:  604.660.3757 (Vancouver); 250.356.7562 (Victoria)
 
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God Bless Healthy Richly Success
With Good Fortune
Faye Leung梁慧超敬上
Faye Leung Investment, Consulting & Marketing Group
梁慧超顾问投资销售集团公司
And: Dean & Faye Leung Health & Education Foundation…est: 1988 non profit
梁春梁慧超保健及教育基金会
Tel: 604-266-1945 Fax: 604-266-3902 Email; fayeleung@telus.net;
P.O. Box 4815 Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4A4


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