ProSep to supply produced water treatment system in South East Asia

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• System will treat 13,000 barrels per day offshore

MONTREAL, PQ, Canada, Jan. 12, 2010 -- ProSep Inc., dedicated to providing process solutions to the oil and gas industry, announced it was awarded a contract to supply a 13,000 barrel per day (BPD) proprietary produced water treatment system to a major oil and gas producer, for installation on an offshore processing platform in South East Asia. For commercial reasons, no further details of the contract have been released.

"Oil and gas companies around the world are increasingly looking for highly efficient solutions to help them face growing production challenges and stricter environmental regulations," said Jacques L. Drouin, President and CEO of ProSep Inc. "Our expert process engineers have designed and installed some of the best available technologies to separate and treat produced water in the North Sea, the Middle East and now in South East Asia."

The system provided will be designed using ProSep's TORRTM proprietary produced water treatment technology. This best-in-class polishing solution efficiently removes small particles of oil contaminants from produced water, allowing oil and gas companies to meet very strict specifications for reinjection or regulatory requirements for overboard discharge. Delivery is expected to occur during the second half of 2010.

About ProSep Inc.
ProSep Inc. is dedicated to providing process solutions to the oil and gas industry. ProSep designs, develops, manufactures and commercializes technologies to separate oil, water and gas generated by oil and gas production. For more information, please visit www.prosepinc.com.

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