October 11, 2007     NCI International Signs Cooperation Agreement with Vietnam Partner

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October 17, 2007     NCI International Cleans Up San Dieguito Reservoir in Rancho Santa Fe, California

December 17, 2007  NCI International Launched First Full-Scale AquaMats Process Pilot Project  for Shrimp Aquaculture in Kien Giang Province, Vietnam

December 20, 2007  NCI International Selected to Provide Solutions for Water Treatment of Whelan Lake Bird Sanctuary, Oceanside, California

February 29, 2008   NCI International Signed Agency Agreement to Represent Queensboro Marine Equipment, Ltd, CANADA, in Vietnam for Oil Spill Response Equipment

October 20, 2008     NCI International Received Contract Award to Supply Biofiltration AquaMats® for San Dieguito Reservoir.

December 25, 2008                 Whelan Lake Bird Sanctuary , Oceanside, California, reported  transient and nesting waterfowl population  is well on the road to recovery.

June 20, 2008          NCI International Successfully Demonstrated Full Scale Technology Demonstration Project for High Intensive Shrimp Aquaculture in Kien Giang Province, Vietnam

July 10, 2009           NCI International, LLC announced that the company had signed a definitive cooperative contract with the Center for Aquaculture Research, University of Nha Trang, Vietnam to provide capital equipment and technology to upgrade the center’s 6 hectare shrimp farm  research facility with zero-discharge, eco-sustainable, intensive technology.

April 10, 2009          NCI International, LLC signed Affiliate Agreement with Ecotechnogies Group, LLC to develop and commercialize sustainable agriculture/aquaculture and distributive …..

June 9, 2009            EcoTechnologies Group, LLC and NYTEX Energy Holdings, LLC to hold confidential discussion with NCI International, LLC to explore commercialize patent pending algae based biodiesel processes.

May 15, 2009            NCI International, LLC signed Memorandum of Understanding with Vietnam Research Institute for Aquaculture No. 3 to demonstrate and validate advanced, eco-sustainable, high intensive shrimp aquaculture technology