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Aberdeen oilfield supplier lands six-figure contract

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AN Aberdeen oilfield equipment supplier has secured a six-figure contract with a leading Middle East company.

ProSep, a provider of proprietary solutions for reduced chemical, water usage and clean water, has successfully secured a six-figure contract to provide four Annular Injection Mixers (AIM) for a gathering and separation plant.

An enhanced, compact version of ProSep’s proprietary AIM mixer will be supplied to the client and completed by August this year.

Raul Gonzalo, ProSep’s Middle East sales and service manager, said: “ProSep has been successfully delivering our proprietary technology for this Middle East based client for over 12 years and we are delighted to provide a bespoke solution, which was specifically designed to meet the client’s particular requirements.”

ProSep has installed over 200 mixers globally and continues to work with some of the world’s largest energy companies, providing high efficiency mixing and clean water solutions that enhance operations and deliver rapid Return on Investment (ROI).

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