Water treatment system from ProSep to be installed on Pemex offshore platform

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MONTREAL, PQ, Canada, May 3, 2010 -- ProSep Inc., dedicated to providing process solutions to the oil and gas industry, today announced it was awarded a contract to supply a water treatment system to Dragados Offshore for a Pemex platform located in the Gulf of Mexico. Designed to treat 800 BWPD (barrels of water per day) the system will remove free oil from the stormwater/wash water drain system. Delivery is expected to occur during the second half of 2010.

"We believe that water treatment represents a growing opportunity for ProSep. We developed a comprehensive portfolio of innovative and efficient solutions enabling oil and gas producers to improve their processing capabilities and be environmentally responsible," said Jacques L. Drouin, President and CEO.

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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