Abakan, Inc. and MesoCoat, Inc. Receivership Is Resolved By Court-Approved Transaction_ Receiver Worked With Parties to Resolve Disputes Resulting In Satisfaction and Assignment Agreement and New MesoCoat Ownership Structure

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On January 4, 2016, Abakan and MesoCoat entered into a Satisfaction and Assignment Agreement (the “Satisfaction Agreement”) with secured creditors George Town, SA (“George Town”) and Sonoro Invest S.A. (“Sonoro”), as well as unsecured creditors Joseph T. Eberhard (“Eberhard”), and David van der Gulik, Warren Lydon, Philip Graves, Paul Ammon, Ammon & Associates and Vladimir Chernyakov (together the “Abakan Petitioning Creditors” and collectively with George Town, Sonoro and Eberhard, the “Creditors”), reflecting the terms of the Court Approved Transaction. Pursuant to the Satisfaction Agreement, Abakan transferred 77.5% of the outstanding stock and ownership in MesoCoat to the Creditors in satisfaction of approximately $6.24 million of claims by the Creditor’s against Abakan and MesoCoat. Under the terms of the Satisfaction Agreement, George Town received 38.75% of MesoCoat’s outstanding stock, Sonoro received 28.17% of MesoCoat’s outstanding stock, Eberhard received 7.44% of MesoCoat’s outstanding stock and the Abakan Petitioning Creditors received an aggregate of 3.14% of MesoCoat’s outstanding stock. Abakan retained 22.5% of MesoCoat’s outstanding stock.  In addition, MesoCoat agreed to pay in full the claims of certain creditors of MesoCoat in the aggregate amount of approximately $41,900 within 14 days of execution of the Satisfaction Agreement.  Further, pursuant to the Satisfaction Agreement, the Receiver will continue to serve as receiver over MesoCoat and Abakan for 91 days following the date of the Settlement Agreement. MesoCoat is continuing to pay other creditors in the ordinary course of business. . .

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