ProSep Strengthens Services with Leading International Team

ProSep announced the assembly of its leading international process engineering and business development teams, and the nomination of Gary Blizzard, M.B.A., as Executive Vice President of Process Engineering and Product Development.

During the last 6 months, ProSep hired a large number of internationally recognized process engineers, scientists, and business development managers. With a broader offering, access to additional customer relationships, agents, and business partners, ProSep is now one of the industry's top technology-focused provider.

"The addition of these leading experts to the ProSep team marks an important milestone in our growth plan. Collectively, these additional professional engineers played a key role in the success of our industry's most renowned process equipment supplier," said Jacques L. Drouin. "By doubling the size of our engineering capacity and business development team, we are reaching critical mass and this should allow us to significantly increase projected revenues and reach profitability."

"To lead our new process engineering team and ensure we unlock significant value residing in our proprietary technologies, we nominated Gary Blizzard, who brings an impeccable track record in international business development and a strong background in the field of innovative process engineering," said Jacques L. Drouin, President and CEO.

Gary Blizzard brings over 25 years of diverse experience within multiple segments of the energy industry in the areas of international business development, marketing, engineering, and project management. Prior to joining ProSep, Gary was Business Development Director at Alcoa Oil & Gas and previously Vice President Marketing & Business Development at NATCO Group where he provided leadership for growing the specialized gas treating technology business. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University and a Master of Business Administration from The University of Texas at Austin.