Secure Energy Announces Executive Management Changes

Secure Energy Announces Executive Management Changes 
CALGARY, ALBERTA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/06/12 -- Secure Energy
Services Inc. ("Secure" or the "Corporation") (TSX:SES) today
announced the appointment of Allen Gransch as Executive
Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer, effective December 5,
2012. Mr. Gransch currently serves as the company's Vice-President,
Mr. Gransch has 14 years of experience in a broad range of corporate
finance and accounting activities. He joined Secure in September 2007
and was appointed Vice President, Finance of the Corporation in
August 2010. Prior to joining Secure, Mr. Gransch was a Senior
Manager with Pricewaterhouse Coopers. Mr. Gransch is a Chartered
Accountant and attended the University of Saskatchewan where he
earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree and his Masters of Professional
Accounting degree. 
In his new role, Mr. Gransch will be responsible for Secure's
accounting, treasury, internal audit, corporate reporting and
corporate development functions. 
"I am pleased to welcome Allen to his new role," said Rene Amirault,
Secure's Chief Executive Officer. "Allen has been a key member of our
executive team over the past five years and a major contributor to
Secure's success. His ability to lead on both financial and strategic
matters will continue to make Secure a great company." 
Secure is also pleased to announce effective December 5, 2012 the
appointment of Nick Wieler as Executive Vice-President of Crude Oil
Marketing and Information Systems. Mr. Wieler has been the Chief
Financial Officer of the Corporation since March 2007.  
Prior to joining Secure, Mr. Wieler was Manager, Business
Acquisitions for CCS Income Trust. Mr. Wieler held various roles at
Canadian Crude Separators Inc. and CCS Income Trust from October 1997
including roles in sales, marketing and business development. From
1991 to 1996 Mr. Wieler worked in a marketing capacity with Imperial
Oil Ltd. Mr. Wieler has over 20 years experience in the energy
In his new role Mr. Wieler will be responsible for Secure's ever
expanding crude oil marketing business at the Corporation's 11 Full
Service Terminals. He will also lead the team to automate field data
capture and business systems that will reduce costs and help better
serve their custome
"Nick was a key founder and part of the Executive team helping us
raise over $90 million gross equity during our private stage and $229
million gross equity since our IPO. Nick was instrumental pulling
together a syndicate group led by ATB to ensure that we have access
to our current $300 million secured credit facility. Nick's new role
is well suited to his leadership and team building strengths and we
look forward to Nick continuing to play a strategic role in our rapid
growth" said Mr. Amirault. 
About Secure Energy Services Inc.  
Secure is a TSX publicly traded energy services company that focuses
on providing specialized services to upstream oil and natural gas
The Corporation operates two divisions:  
Processing, Recovery and Disposal Division: Operating under the trade
name Secure Energy Services Inc., the processing, recovery and
disposal services division focuses on clean oil terminalling, custom
treating of crude oil, crude oil marketing, produced and waste water
disposal, oilfield waste processing, landfill disposal and oil
purchase/resale service.  
Drilling Services Division: Operating under the trade names Marquis
Alliance Energy Group Inc. ("Marquis Alliance"), XL Fluids Systems
("XL Fluids") and Imperial Drilling Fluids Engineering ("IDF"), the
drilling services division focuses on drilling fluid systems, solids
control, equipment rental service, drilling waste management and
environmental services. The drilling fluids service line includes the
design and implementation of drilling fluid systems for producers
drilling for oil, bitumen and natural gas.
Secure Energy Services Inc.
Rene Amirault
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer
(403) 984-6100
(403) 984-6101 (FAX)
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