Saint Jean Carbon Receives First Commercial Contract for Graphene Advanced Materials

Saint Jean Carbon Inc. ("Saint Jean" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:SJL), a carbon sciences company engaged in the development of natural graphite properties and related carbon products, is pleased to announce Saint Jean has signed a commercial contract for the design and development of advanced graphene material. An advance material will be made with the graphene the Company has been developing and added to a resin type material. The project that starts today is the Companies first revenue generation. The contract runs until the end of February and entails design and engineering work as well as full-scale prototypes for in product testing. The Company believes this is the first of possibly 10 to 15 additional contracts in the future.

Paul Ogilvie, CEO, commented: "We are thrilled to have revenue and more thrilled that our industry partners are bringing us projects that will showcase our advanced material applications, and hopefully will open the doors for many more projects as we head into 2016."

The scope of the work covers design concepts that are being developed to improve the client's product performance. It's believed that the advance materials will improve longevity. This will be achieved through testing and development of many different materials, full-scale modeling and workable finished prototypes directly into the clients products.

Over the last 6 months, the company has filed a number of patents; for the development of graphene, creating sphercial shaped graphite, carbon coating graphite and super conducting wire. The company has received two government grants and has developed advanced material for both graphene applications and lithium-ion battery applications. The success of these endeavours has got the attention of a number of companies wanting to work with our team.

Clarification: The Company announced that it would hold a monthly webinars. The company has received a number of calls and inquiries as to when they will start. The Company plans on starting the webinars on the first Thursday of each month starting in January 2016. The Company is still working through a few technical issues that will be resolved before the end of the month.

About Saint Jean

Saint Jean is a publicly traded carbon sciences company, with interest in graphite mining claims on five 100% Company-owned properties located in the province of Quebec in Canada. The five properties include the Walker property, a past producing mine, the Wallingford property, the St. Jovite property, East Miller and Clot property. For information on Saint Jean's other properties and the latest news please go to the website:

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Saint Jean Carbon Inc.

Paul Ogilvie, CEO and Director

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