SERVICES CONTRACT BETWEEN THE WYOMING
BUSINESS COUNCIL, ENERGY SECTION, INVESTMENT
READY COMMUNITIES DIVISION, AND RENTECH, INC.
THIS SERVICES CONTRACT (Contract) made this 30th day of January, 2001, between the Wyoming
Business Council (hereinafter WBC), whose address is Becker Building, 214 West 15th Street, Cheyenne,
Wyoming 82002, and Rentech, Inc., 1331 17th Street, Suite 720, Denver, Colorado 80202 (hereinafter
Contractor), in which the Contractor undertakes to conduct a feasibility study to convert a portion of the
Cheyenne Coastal Chemical plant from the production of MTBE, a fuel additive to the production of super clean,
environmentally friendly liquid fuels and chemicals.
1. The Energy Section, WBC, has received concurrence from the U.S. Department of Energy, on the use of eight
hundred thousand dollars ($800,000) of Stripper Well petroleum violation escrow funds.
2. The U.S. Department of Energy has approved the program proposed by the Contractor to study the feasibility
of plant conversion, and super clean liquid fuel/chemical stock production.
3. Negotiations have occurred between the Contractor and WBC, following the U.S. Department of Energy's
concurrence, wherein the terms of this Contract were agreed upon.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS BETWEEN THE WYOMING
BUSINESS COUNCIL AND CONTRACTOR
ARTICLE 1. CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES
4. SCOPE OF SERVICES
4.1 The Contractor shall conduct a feasibility study, the scope of which is listed on slide No. 14 found in
Attachment A, at the Cheyenne Coastal Chemical Plant to determine the opportunities to convert part of the plant
to the production of super clean liquid fuels and chemical feed stock such as super clean diesel. In conducting the
feasibility study, Rentech will attempt to determine the number of jobs to be lost if the MTBE plant is closed, and
how many employees might be required if the plant is converted, and clean fuels are produced.
4.2 The Contractor will complete the feasibility study within nin