Canadian Overseas Petroleum appoints Robert Chenery to its Board as Independent Director

– CANADA, Calgary –  Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited (CSE: XOP | LON: COPL), an international oil and gas exploration, production and development company today announced the appointment of Robert Chenery to its Board as Independent Non-Executive Director, effective April 1st, 2022.

“Robert is a great addition to our board as he has such relevant in-depth sector expertise including reservoir analysis, evaluation, and management throughout North America and internationally. He also has significant executive management experience so will be able to bring a diverse skill set and perspective to the business as we capitalize on the oil discovery we announced earlier this year and our increased working interest in our Wyoming assets.” said CEO, Arthur Millholland. 

About Robert J. Chenery

Robert Chenery has worked in the petroleum and natural gas industry for more than 50 years. Since 1981, Mr. Chenery has been President of Chenery Dobson Resource Management Ltd, a firm specializing in the evaluation and management of oil and gas assets primarily controlled by investors, banks, and other financial institutions. In addition, on behalf of some of the same clients, Mr. Chenery has been the CEO and/or Chairman of the board of several small oil and gas enterprises. Prior to 1981, Mr. Chenery was a member of the senior management team of the Elf/Aquitaine Group in Canada. Academic qualifications include a Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering and a Master in Business Administration. Mr. Chenery is also a member, in good standing, of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta.

Mr. Chenery will Chair the COPL Reserves Committee and sit on the Health, Safety, and Environment Committee.

About Canadian Overseas Petroleum Limited

COPL is an international oil and gas exploration, development and production company actively pursuing opportunities in the United States with operations in Wyoming, and in sub-Saharan Africa through its ShoreCan joint venture company in Nigeria, and independently in other countries.

The Company’s Wyoming operations are one of the most environmentally responsible with minimal gas flaring and methane emissions combined with electricity sourced from a neighbouring wind farm to power production facilities.

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