ESP Resources Completes 108 Well Equipment Installation and Chemical Delivery for Major Independent Operator in South Texas

ESP Resources Completes 108 Well Equipment Installation and Chemical Delivery
for Major Independent Operator in South Texas

LAFAYETTE, La., May 1, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- ESP Resources, Inc. (ESP)
(OTCBB:ESPI), recently completed equipment installations on 108 wells for the
purpose of chemical injection for a major independent oil and gas operator in
South Texas. Additionally, the company began delivery of production chemicals
to the wells, which are in close proximity to ESP's offices in Victoria,
Texas. The expected increase in revenue for ESP is anticipated to exceed
$650,000 annually.

By utilizing ESP's chemical technology, the operator can expect increased
production from the capture and separation of additional hydrocarbons from
their oil and gas wells. The operator can also expect to realize a reduction
in the per barrel equivalent treatment costs of the produced oil, gas and
water products.

"Selecting the best petrochemical supplier for a well is an important
consideration for any operator. The testing phase of this process is
particularly crucial as it demonstrates the effectiveness and efficiency of a
particular chemical program. We were able to demonstrate that ESP's products
and superior chemistry consistently outperformed the competition," said David
Dugas, ESP Resources, Inc. CEO. "This particular operator has additional
fields in Texas and Louisiana that we anticipate testing throughout 2014, and
we appreciate the opportunity to once again demonstrate the effectiveness of
our products."

About ESP Resources, Inc.

ESP Resources, Inc. is a publicly-traded oil and gas services company
headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana.ESP manufactures, blends, distributes
and markets specialty chemicals and analytical services to the oil and gas
industry.The company's senior management has over 100 years of combined
operating experience in the oil and gas services industry.More information is
available on ESP's Website at

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CONTACT: David Dugas, President
         ESP Resources, Inc.
         (337) 706-7056
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