Produced water treatment package to be supplied by ProSep in South East Asia

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MONTREAL, QUEBEC, May 17, 2010 -- ProSep Inc., dedicated to providing process solutions to the oil and gas industry, today announced that it was awarded a contract to supply a 75,000 barrel per day (BPD) produced water treatment package for installation on an offshore facility in the South China Sea. Delivery is expected to occur during the first quarter of 2011. For commercial reasons, no further details have been provided.

"South East Asia has become a key growth region for ProSep," said Jacques L. Drouin, President and CEO. "We will continue to expand our produced water offering in this region and elsewhere, as we believe that our water treatment expertise will be a significant driver for the Company."

The produced water treatment package is designed using ProSep's induced gas flotation (IGF) process, a highly-efficient, motion-insensitive vessel ideal for space limited applications. It efficiently removes small particles of oil contaminants from produced water, allowing oil and gas producers to meet specifications for reinjection or regulatory requirements for overboard discharge.

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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