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ARTICLE VIII

ARTICLE IX

ARTICLE X

ARTICLE XI

ARTICLE XII

ARTICLE XIII

KEY PERSONNEL 15
PUBLIC INFORMATION RELEASE 15
DESIGNATION OF THE DOE CONTRACTING 16

OFFICER'S REPRESENTATIVES

INSURANCE AND INDEMNITY 16
(A) HAZARD (PROPERTY DAMAGE) 17
(B) FL00D INSURANCE 17
(C) INDEMNITY 17
BONDING FOR CONSTRUCTION 18
TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION 18

LISTING OF ATTACHMENTS:

ATTACHMENT A
ATTACHMENT B
ATTACHMENT C
ATTACHMENT D

STATEMENT OF WORK (TO BE INSERTED AT TIME OF AWARD)
GENERAL PROVISIONS
DOE FORM 459A - FEDERAL ASSISTANCE REPORTING CHECKLIST
BILLING INSTRUCTIONS (TO BE INSERTED AT TIME OF AWARD)

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ARTICLE I – STATEMENT OF JOINT OBJECTIVES

The primary objective of this Cooperative Agreement is to conduct a cost

shared clean coal technology project to demonstrate the feasibility of the

technology for future commercial applications.

[Additional contents of this Article shall be specific to the proposed

project selected for support and shall be inserted during negotiations

following such selection. This Article shall, as a minimum, be expanded in

sufficient detail to demonstrate:

1)

2)

4)

that the Cooperative Agreement is in fact an undertaking of a clearly
defined objective;
that the basis for the endeavor is founded on support or stimulation
of a public purpose as specifically authorized by federal statute
(P.L. 99-190);
that the activity to be undertaken is in furtherance of the DOE
mission; and

the benefits to be derived from performance of the project.]

ARTICLE II - PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN

The Project Management Plan consists of the following:

(A) Participant Role.
(B) DOE Role.
(C) Project Performance.

(D) Resources and Access.

(A) Participant Role

The Participant shall be responsible for all aspects of project performance

under this Cooperative Agreement. This shall include:

1) Design and Permitting.
2) Construction and Startup ("Shakedown").

3) Operation, Data Collection, Reporting, and Disposition.

The Participant shall designate a Project Manager who shall serve as his authorized representative for the technical and administrative performance of all work to be performed under this Cooperative Agreement. This Project Manager shall become the single authorized point of contact for all matters

between the Participant and the DOE.

(B) DOE Role

The DOE shall be responsible for monitoring all aspects of the project and for granting or denying all approvals required by this Agreement. The DOE Contracting Officer is the authorized representative of the DOE for all

matters related to the Cooperative Agreement.

The DOE Contracting Officer will appoint a Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR) who is the authorized representative for all technical

matters and has the authority to issue "Technical Direction" which may:

1) Suggest redirection of the Cooperative Agreement effort, recommend a shifting of work emphasis between work areas or tasks, and suggest pursuit of certain lines of inquiry which assist in accomplishing the

Statement of Work. 2) Approve those technical reports and technical information required to be delivered by the Participant to the DOE under this Cooperative

Agreement.

The DOE COTR does not have the authority to issue any technical direction

which:

1) Constitutes an assignment of additional work outside the Statement of

Work.

2) In any manner causes an increase or decrease in the total estimated

cost, or the time required for Cooperative Agreement performance.

3) Changes any of the terms, conditions, or specifications of the

Cooperative Agreement.

4) Interferes with the Participant's right to perform the terms and

conditions of the Cooperative Agreement.

All technical directions shall be issued in writing by the DOE COTR.

1) All work to be performed under this Cooperative Agreement will be divided into three phases, in accordance with the Statement of Work, Attachment A. Those phases, and their expected durations are:

Phase I Design and Permitting ( months)

Phase II Construction and Startup ( months)
Phase III Operation, Data Collection, Reporting and Disposition

( months)

2) Determination to proceed with subsequent phases:

Budget periods will be established to coincide with the project phases. Consistent with Pub. L. No. 99-190, DOE will obligate sufficient funds to cover its share of the cost for each budget period. To continue work beyond the current project phase, the Participant shall submit a project evaluation report and a continuation application to the DOE Contracting Officer at least 60 days prior to the end of the current budget period. The continuation

application shall contain, as a minimum, the following:

- a detailed report of technical progress;
- a detailed description of the Participant’s plans for the
conduct of the subsequent phase;

- the detailed budget for the subsequent phase.

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