Cooperative Agreement Sample Contracts

United States Enrichment Corporation – Agreement No. 5004-Doe-070116-08 ACO Energy Corp. Confidential Information Has Been Omitted in Places Marked "*****" and Has Been Filed Separately With the Securities and Exchange Commission. Confidential Treatment Has Been Requested With Respect to This Omitted Information. Services Agreement to Provide Technical and Resource Support Services Agreement This Services Agreement ("Agreement"), Effective March 26, 2018 Is Made and Entered Into by and Between X Energy LLC, a Maryland Limited Liability Company, With Offices at 7701 Greenbelt Road, Suite 320, Greenbelt, Maryland 20770 ("X-Energy"), (May 10th, 2018)
Attachment 1 Research Subaward Agreement Certifications and Assurances by Signing the Subaward Agreement, the Authorized Official of Subrecipient Certifies, to the Best of His/Her Knowledge and Belief, That: Certification Regarding Lobbying 1) No Federal Appropriated Funds Have Been Paid or Will Be Paid, by or on Behalf of the Subrecipient, to Any Person for Influencing or Attempting to Influence an Officer or Employee of Any Agency, a Member of Congress, an Officer or Employee of Congress, or an Employee of a Member of Congress in Connection With the Awarding of Any Federal Contract, the Maki (May 10th, 2017)
Wonhe High-Tech International, Inc. – Cooperative Agreement on Wireless Network Coverage Project in Beijing Area (December 5th, 2016)

Party A and Party B signed the Agreement on Cooperation of Wireless Network Coverage in Beijing on January 12, 2016 (Hereinafter referred to as the original agreement), cooperating in Beijing wireless network coverage project construction, operation, and through voluntarily and the friendly consultation, the two parties agree to change the original agreement. In accordance with the principle of voluntariness, equality, the agreement changes the following terms:

Grant X Cooperative Agreement (October 20th, 2016)

Whereas, VeriSign, Inc. ("Verisign") and the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ("ICANN") have executed a Root Zone Maintainer Service Agreement ("RZMA"), which is a necessary step in the IANA Stewardship Transition, that shall become effective upon the Department's discharge under the Cooperative Agreement of Verisign's obligations pertaining to the root zone maintainer functions;

Grant X Cooperative Agreement (October 20th, 2016)
Tapioca Corp – Cooperative Agreement Between Benefactum Alliance Business Consultant (Beijing) Co., Ltd. And Guo Zhao Financial Leasing Co., Ltd. (September 30th, 2016)
Wonhe High-Tech International, Inc. – Cooperative Agreement on Wireless Network Coverage Project in Beijing Area (January 20th, 2016)

Party A and Party B construct and operate wireless network coverage project in Beijing area on a cooperative basis, for the purpose of resource and advantage complementation as well as win-win cooperation, through open communication and friendly negotiation, both Parties reached a consensus on the following matters pursuant to Company Law of the Peoples Republic of China, Contract Law of the Peoples Republic of China and the other relevant laws to comply with.

The Future Education Group Inc. – Cooperative Agreement on Aids of Primary School New Curriculum Standard English Textbook Edition 2012 (June 12th, 2015)

This agreement is the supplementary agreement of the "Cooperative Agreement on Revision of Primary School English Textbooks" signed by Party A and Party B on April 25, 2011. The copyright and exclusive publishing right involved in this supplementary agreement will be subject to relevant statements in "Cooperative Agreement on Revision of Primary School English Textbooks" signed by Party A and Party B on April 25, 2011, i.e. Party A and Party B will share the copyright of the textbooks, aids, tapes and digital publications, and no other third party will enjoy the copyright. The copyright authorization issues with regard to the aids of the textbooks will be approved by both Party A and Party B.

The Future Education Group Inc. – Cooperative Agreement (June 12th, 2015)

Through friendly consultation, and based on principle of equality, mutual benefits and mutual promotion, China Association of Higher Education and China Information Technology Education Magazine Co., Ltd. conclude the following agreements on cooperatively carrying out the 6th Network Originality Competition for university and college:

The Future Education Group Inc. – Cooperative Agreement on Network Originality Competition for Primary and Secondary Schools (June 12th, 2015)

Party A: Universal agent for civil affairs of "Network Originality Competition for Primary and Secondary Schools" - China Information Technology Education Magazine Co., Ltd.

Arcadia Biosciences – Mr. Eric J. Rey, President and CEO Arcadia Biosciences, Inc. 202 Cousteau Place, Suite 105 Davis, CA 95618 Subject: Cooperative Agreement No. AEG-A-00-08-00009-00 Dear Mr. Rey: Pursuant to the Authority Contained in the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as Amended, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Hereby Awards to Arcadia Biosciences, Inc., Hereinafter Referred to as the Recipient, the Sum of $3,631,056.00 to Provide Support for a Program Abiotic Stress Tolerant Rice and Wheat for India as Described in the Schedule of This Award and in Attachment B, Entitled Program Descript (February 17th, 2015)

This application includes data that shall not be disclosed outside the U.S. Government and shall not be duplicated, used, or disclosed in whole or in part for any purpose other than to evaluate this application. If, however, a cooperative agreement is awarded to this applicant as a result of, or in connection with, the submission of this data, the U.S. Government shall have the right to duplicate, use, or disclose the data to the extent provided in the resulting cooperative agreement. This restriction does not limit the U.S. Governments right to use information contained in this data if it is obtained from another source without restriction. The data subject to this restriction are contained.

The Future Education Group Inc. – Cooperative Agreement on Network Originality Competition for Primary and Secondary Schools (February 12th, 2015)

Party A: Universal agent for civil affairs of "Network Originality Competition for Primary and Secondary Schools" - China Information Technology Education Magazine Co., Ltd.

The Future Education Group Inc. – Cooperative Agreement (February 12th, 2015)

Through friendly consultation, and based on principle of equality, mutual benefits and mutual promotion, China Association of Higher Education and China Information Technology Education Magazine Co., Ltd. conclude the following agreements on cooperatively carrying out the 6th Network Originality Competition for university and college:

The Future Education Group Inc. – Cooperative Agreement on Aids of Primary School New Curriculum Standard English Textbook Edition 2012 (February 12th, 2015)

This agreement is the supplementary agreement of the "Cooperative Agreement on Revision of Primary School English Textbooks" signed by Party A and Party B on April 25, 2011. The copyright and exclusive publishing right involved in this supplementary agreement will be subject to relevant statements in "Cooperative Agreement on Revision of Primary School English Textbooks" signed by Party A and Party B on April 25, 2011, i.e. Party A and Party B will share the copyright of the textbooks, aids, tapes and digital publications, and no other third party will enjoy the copyright. The copyright authorization issues with regard to the aids of the textbooks will be approved by both Party A and Party B.

Arcadia Biosciences – Mr. Eric J. Rey, President and CEO Arcadia Biosciences, Inc. 202 Cousteau Place, Suite 105 Davis, CA 95618 Subject: Cooperative Agreement No. AEG-A-00-08-00009-00 Dear Mr. Rey: Pursuant to the Authority Contained in the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as Amended, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Hereby Awards to Arcadia Biosciences, Inc., Hereinafter Referred to as the Recipient, the Sum of $3,631,056.00 to Provide Support for a Program Abiotic Stress Tolerant Rice and Wheat for India as Described in the Schedule of This Award and in Attachment B, Entitled Program Descript (December 22nd, 2014)

This application includes data that shall not be disclosed outside the U.S. Government and shall not be duplicated, used, or disclosed in whole or in part for any purpose other than to evaluate this application. If, however, a cooperative agreement is awarded to this applicant as a result of, or in connection with, the submission of this data, the U.S. Government shall have the right to duplicate, use, or disclose the data to the extent provided in the resulting cooperative agreement. This restriction does not limit the U.S. Governments right to use information contained in this data if it is obtained from another source without restriction. The data subject to this restriction are contained.

Thorium Power – Lightbridge and Canadas Nuclear Science & Technology Organization Sign Cooperative Agreement to Advance Demonstration of Lightbridge's Nuclear Fuel (October 20th, 2014)

MCLEAN, Va. October 20, 2014 Lightbridge Corporation (NASDAQ: LTBR), a U.S. nuclear energy company, today announced it has signed an initial cooperation agreement with Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) for fabrication and test reactor irradiation of Lightbridges patented next generation metallic nuclear fuel samples. The work will take place at AECLs facilities at Chalk River, Ontario, Canada.

Earth Gen-Biofuel, Inc. – Earth Gen-Biofuel Inc. Farm Cooperative Agreement (August 14th, 2014)

THIS FARMER COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT ("Agreement"), made and entered into as of this 14th day of February, 2014, by and between Earth Gen Biofuel Inc. or its assigns o affiliates, (referred to herein as "Earth Gen") and Nongpa Chang located at Saysavang Village, District of Saythany, Vientiane Prefecture, Lao PDR.

United States Enrichment Corporation – To COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (May 15th, 2014)

Funds Obligated Prior Actions: $279,549,644.80 (comprised of $87,670,184 equal to up to 39,200 MT DUF6 accepted by DOE (original agreement), plus $45,720,000 funding provided by DOE under GFY 2013 continuing resolution (Amendment No. 001) plus $44,378,055 in agreed to value equal to ***** SWU transferred to USEC Inc. as the SWU Component of ***** KgU Enriched Uranium Product (EUP) via EUP Transfer** (Amendment 003), plus $20,000,000 (Amendment 005), plus $29,913,183 (Amendment 006), plus $13,600,000 (Amendment 009), plus $15,668,297.80 (Amendment 010), plus $5,927,549 (Amendment 014), plus $16,672,376 (Amendment 015)).

United States Enrichment Corporation – To COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (May 15th, 2014)

Funds Obligated Prior Actions: $280,000,000.00 (comprised of $87,670,184 equal to up to 39,200 MT DUF6 accepted by DOE (original agreement), plus $45,720,000 funding provided by DOE under GFY 2013 continuing resolution (Amendment No. 001) plus $44,378,055 in agreed to value equal to ***** SWU transferred to USEC Inc. as the SWU Component of ***** KgU Enriched Uranium Product (EUP) via EUP Transfer** (Amendment 003), plus $20,000,000 (Amendment 005), plus $29,913,183 (Amendment 006), plus $13,600,000 (Amendment 009), plus $15,668,297.80 (Amendment 010), plus $5,927,549 (Amendment 014), plus $16,672,376 (Amendment 015), plus $450,355.20 (Amendment 017)).

Cooperative Agreement for Mobile Phone Reading Content (April 16th, 2014)

Upon friendly consultation on the basis of equality and mutual benefit, the Parties hereto have reached a consensus in connection with Party B authorizing Party A to use certain copyrighted works to which Party B holds legitimate rights and Party B enjoying corresponding right to earnings arising therefrom. In order to standardize the rights and obligations of the Parties during such cooperation, the Parties have entered into this Agreement.

China Mobile Group Jiangsu Co., Ltd. Cooperative Agreement for All-Network Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Service Signed In: Nanjing, Jiangsu Province (April 16th, 2014)

Party A: China Mobile Group Jiangsu Co., Ltd. Party B: Beijing AirInbox Information Technologies Co., Ltd. Mailing Address: No.59, Huju Road, Nanjing Mailing Address: 33/F, Tengda Building, No.168, Xi Wai Ave., Haidian District, Beijing Zip Code: 210029 Zip Code: 100044 Fax: 025-86668384 Fax: 010-88575900 Tax Registration Certificate (National Tax): 32000670404188X Tax Registration Certificate (National Tax): 110108737685577 Bank: Agricultural Bank of China, Nanjing Hongqiao Outlet Bank: ICBC, Beijing Capital Stadium Sub-branch Account No.: 10100401040000340 Account No.: 0200053719200031688

Cooperative Agreement for All-Network Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Service (April 16th, 2014)

Party A: China Mobile Group Jiangsu Co., Ltd. Party B: Beijing AirInbox Information Technologies Co., Ltd. Mailing Address: No.59, Huju Road, Nanjing Mailing Address: 33/F, Tengda Building, No.168, Xi Wai Ave, Haidian District, Beijing Zip Code: 210029 Zip Code: 100044 Tel: 13800250222 Tel: 010-88576000 Fax: 025-68906678 Fax: 010-88579000 Bank: Agricultural Bank of China, Nanjing Hongqiao Outlet Bank: ICBC, Beijing Capital Stadium Sub-branch Account No.: 033111004040000340 Account No.: 0200053719200031688

China Mobile Group Jiangsu Co., Ltd. Cooperative Agreement for All-Network Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Service Signed In: Nanjing, Jiangsu Province (April 16th, 2014)

Party A: China Mobile Group Jiangsu Co., Ltd. Party B: Beijing AirInbox Information Technologies Co., Ltd. Mailing Address: No.59, Huju Road, Nanjing Mailing Address: 33/F, Tengda Building, No.168, Xi Wai Ave., Haidian District, Beijing Zip Code: 210029 Zip Code: 100044 Fax: 025-86668384 Fax: 010-88575900 Tax Registration Certificate (National Tax): 32000670404188X Tax Registration Certificate (National Tax): 110108737685577 Bank: Agricultural Bank of China, Nanjing Hongqiao Outlet Bank: ICBC, Beijing Capital Stadium Sub-branch Account No.: 10100401040000340 Account No.: 0200053719200031688

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 015 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (March 31st, 2014)

Funds Obligated Prior Actions: $262,877,268.80 (comprised of $87,670,184 equal to up to 39,200 MT DUF6 accepted by DOE (original agreement), plus $45,720,000 funding provided by DOE under GFY 2013 continuing resolution (Amendment No. 001) plus $44,378,055 in agreed to value equal to ***** SWU transferred to USEC Inc. as the SWU Component of ***** KgU Enriched Uranium Product (EUP) via EUP Transfer** (Amendment 003), plus $20,000,000 (Amendment 005), plus $29,913,183 (Amendment 006), plus $13,600,000 (Amendment 009), plus $15,668,297.80 (Amendment 010), plus $5,927,549 (Amendment 014)).

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 012 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (March 31st, 2014)

The DOE Project Officer is changed to: Larry Perkins, Assistant Manager for Nuclear Fuel Supply U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge Office, 200 Administration Road, Oak Ridge, TN 37830, Telephone: (865)574-8268, Email: [email protected]

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 013 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (March 31st, 2014)

8.01: The maximum amount of liability assumed from the Recipient by DOE, which is made available through DOE assumption of Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride (DUF6) title and liability, shall be as set forth in the table below. For each of the periods set forth below, the Recipient is prohibited from incurring costs for which DOE reimbursement will be sought in excess of the following amounts; provided, however, that unutilized funds made available in any period may be made available to reimburse costs incurred in any subsequent period at DOE's discretion.

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 009 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (March 31st, 2014)

Funds Obligated Prior Actions: $227,681,422 (comprised of $87,670,184 equal to up to 39,200 MT DUF6 accepted by DOE (original agreement), plus $45,720,000 funding provided by DOE under GFY 2013 continuing resolution (Amendment No. 001) plus $44,378,055 in agreed to value equal to ***** SWU transferred to USEC Inc. as the SWU Component of ***** KgU Enriched Uranium Product (EUP) via EUP Transfer** (Amendment 003), plus $20,000,000 (Amendment 005), plus $29,913,183 (Amendment 006)).

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 011 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (March 31st, 2014)

Funds Obligated Prior Actions: $256,949,719.80 (comprised of $87,670,184 equal to up to 39,200 MT DUF6 accepted by DOE (original agreement), plus $45,720,000 funding provided by DOE under GFY 2013 continuing resolution (Amendment No. 001) plus $44,378,055 in agreed to value equal to ***** SWU transferred to USEC Inc. as the SWU Component of ***** KgU Enriched Uranium Product (EUP) via EUP Transfer** (Amendment 003), plus $20,000,000 (Amendment 005), plus $29,913,183 (Amendment 006), plus $13,600,000 (Amendment 009)), plus $15,668,297.80 (Amendment 010)).

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 010 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (March 31st, 2014)

Funds Obligated Prior Actions: $241,281,422 (comprised of $87,670,184 equal to up to 39,200 MT DUF6 accepted by DOE (original agreement), plus $45,720,000 funding provided by DOE under GFY 2013 continuing resolution (Amendment No. 001) plus $44,378,055 in agreed to value equal to ***** SWU transferred to USEC Inc. as the SWU Component of ***** KgU Enriched Uranium Product (EUP) via EUP Transfer** (Amendment 003), plus $20,000,000 (Amendment 005), plus $29,913,183 (Amendment 006), plus $13,600,000 (Amendment 009)).

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 016 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (March 31st, 2014)

This modification is a net-zero, administrative modification to reclassify a portion of USEC's funding from one funding source to another. This is an internal DOE requirement and will have no practical impact on the cooperative agreement or its funding.

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 014 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (March 31st, 2014)

* The Government Share will be fulfilled through DOE assumption of title and liability for up to 39,200 MT of Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride (DUF6), which the parties agree will be treated as the Government providing $87,670,184 in cost share contributions (80% of the total estimated cost of the agreement for Budget Period 1).

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 008 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (March 31st, 2014)

8.01: The maximum amount of liability assumed from the Recipient by DOE, which is made available through DOE assumption of Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride (DUF6) title and liability, shall be as set forth in the table below. For each of the periods set forth below, the Recipient is prohibited from incurring costs for which DOE reimbursement will be sought in excess of the following amounts; provided, however, that unutilized funds made available in any period may be made available to reimburse costs incurred in any subsequent period at DOE's discretion.

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 007 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (November 5th, 2013)

8.01: The maximum amount of liability assumed from the Recipient by DOE, which is made available through DOE assumption of Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride (DUF6) title and liability, shall be as set forth in the table below. For each of the periods set forth below, the Recipient is prohibited from incurring costs for which DOE reimbursement will be sought in excess of the following amounts; provided, however, that unutilized funds made available in any period may be made available to reimburse costs incurred in any subsequent period at DOE's discretion.

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 006 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (November 5th, 2013)

Funds Obligated Prior Actions: $197,768,239 (comprised of $87,670,184 equal to up to 39,200 MT DUF6 accepted by DOE (original agreement), plus $45,720,000 funding provided by DOE under GFY 2013 continuing resolution (Amendment No. 001) plus $44,378,055 in agreed to value equal to ***** SWU transferred to USEC Inc. as the SWU Component of ***** KgU Enriched Uranium Product (EUP) via EUP Transfer** (Amendment 003), plus $20,000,000 (Amendment 005)).

United States Enrichment Corporation – AMENDMENT NO. 005 TO COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT DE-NE0000530 BETWEEN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ("DOE"), USEC INC. ("USEC"), AND AMERICAN CENTRIFUGE DEMONSTRATION, LLC ("ACD") (Collectively, the "Agreement") (August 6th, 2013)

Funds Obligated Prior Actions: $133,390,184 (comprised of $87,670,184 equal to up to 39,200 MT DUF6 accepted by DOE (original agreement), plus $45,720,000 funding provided by DOE under GFY 2013 continuing resolution (Amendment No. 001) plus $44,378,055 in agreed to value equal to ***** SWU transferred to USEC Inc. as the SWU Component of ***** KgU Enriched Uranium Product (EUP) via EUP Transfer*** EUP Transfer is defined in Attachment H - EUP Transfer Provisions.* (Amendment 003)).