Sydney, Nov 9, 2011 (ABN Newswire) - FINANCE VIDEO: Grand Gulf Energy (ASX:GGE) Executive Director Mark Freeman presented to the Sydney Capital Markets at Investorium.tv, regarding the conventional oil and gas opportunities in the United States, primarily onshore Gulf of Mexico.
Mr Freeman is a Chartered Accountant and has more than 14 years' experience in corporate finance and the resources industry. He has experience in strategic planning, business development, acquisitions and mergers, gas commercialisation, and project development general management. Prior and current experience with Quest Petroleum NL, Golden Gate Petroleum Ltd, Mirabela Nickel Ltd, Exco Resources NL, Panoramic Resources Ltd and Matra Petroleum plc. In addition, Mr Freeman is a graduate of the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Commerce with a double major in Banking & Finance and Accounting as well as holding a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance with a major in Investment Analysis from the Securities Institute of Australia.
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About Grand Gulf Energy Limited
Grand Gulf Energy Ltd (ASX:GGE) is targeting conventional oil and gas opportunities in the United States. The company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in February 2006 as Alto Energy International Limited and changed its name to Grand Gulf Energy Limited in June 2007. The name Grand Gulf Energy is derived from the company's operating subsidiary in USA. Grand Gulf Energy has a strong board of directors and management team based in both Perth, Western Australia and Houston, Texas, USA. Grand Gulf Energy is focused on low-risk, conventional oil and gas plays in Louisiana, close to existing infrastructure and close to or within existing oil and gas production. Grand Gulf Energy's strategy is to apply the expertise and new technology (such as 3D seismic) required to deliver a low risk exploration and development portfolio with potentially high rewards. The company is also focused on forming relationships with organizations that can deliver further acquisition and development opportunities.
The company's portfolio of active projects includes the Napoleonville Salt Dome project in Louisiana.
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