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H2S treatment field test

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Energy and Environmental Services, Inc. (EESE) has announced that the company is participating with Flogistix, LP in an H2S treating tower 'research and development' field test. The company's wholly owned subsidiary EcoZyme System Technologies (EST) has developed an environmentally friendly product that will assist in rendering the poisonous H2S gas harmless. Additionally, in-house testing has shown that this treatment can be more cost effective and will not leave behind a toxic by-product as compared to most current H2S removal methods.

This system can also be fitted with Flogistix's 'FLUX' cloud-based technology, which will allow an operator to monitor the entire process online making operations safer, more efficient and economical.

"Flogistix is a proven leader in well optimisation and environmental stewardship," said Todd Jelinek, CEO. "We're excited that their management sees value in testing this new system for H2S control."

"Flogistix is excited to partner with EES on this H2S treating project. We believe that upon successful testing, we will be able to offer economic wellhead compression services in H2S environments, in addition to assisting operators to maximise their gas production and their realised prices," said Mims Talton, CEO of Flogistix.

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