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Methes Energies Finalizing Arrangements to Supply up to 40 Railcars of Biodiesel per Month to U.S. Clients

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 05/08/14 -- Methes Energies International Ltd. (NASDAQ: MEIL), a renewable energy company that offers an array of products and services to biodiesel fuel producers, today announced that it is finalizing arrangements with a large national aggregator and a downstream distributor in the United States to supply up to 40 railcars of biodiesel per month or the equivalent of up to 1 million gallons per month for the rest of 2014 and beyond.

Methes Energies is now qualified to be an importer of record of biodiesel into the U.S. and to itself generate RIN's (Renewable Identification Numbers) in the U.S. This will provide better margins and give Methes Energies the ability to sell directly to U.S. buyers.

Nicholas Ng, President of Methes Energies, said, "We're very excited about the opportunity to bring our Sombra facility to full current production capacity. At current prices these new arrangements can add up to $4 million per month to our biodiesel sales. Also, the fact that we can now sell directly to U.S. buyers will make things much easier for us and enhance our ability to attract additional U.S. customers. This might get us to increase capacity in Sombra sooner rather than later."

About Methes Energies International Ltd.

Methes Energies International Ltd. is a renewable energy company that offers a variety of products and services to biodiesel fuel producers. Methes also offers biodiesel processors that are unique, truly compact, fully automated state-of-the-art and continuous flow that can run on a wide variety of feedstocks. Methes markets and sells biodiesel fuel produced at its showcase production facility in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, and at its 13 MGY facility in Sombra, Ontario, to customers in the U.S. and Canada, as well as providing multiple biodiesel fuel solutions to its clientele. Among its services are selling commodities to its network of biodiesel producers, selling their biodiesel production and providing clients with proprietary software to operate and control their processors. Methes also remotely monitors the quality and characteristics of its clients' production, upgrades and repairs their processors and advises clients on adjusting their processes to use varying feedstock to improve the quality of their biodiesel. For more information, please visit www.methes.com.

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Methes Energies International Ltd.
Michel G. Laporte
Chairman and CEO
702-932-9964


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