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Nextraction Energy appoints CEO and CFO

Staff writer |
Calgary, AB, Canada - December 28, 2015, Calgary, AB, Canada - Nextraction Energy Corp., an oil and gas company, has appointed John Zang as chief executive officer and Denny Chow as chief financial officer.

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Mr. Zang has been a lawyer since 1989. During his time as a lawyer, he became knowledgeable in oil and gas law, corporate law, and securities law. Since 1998, he has predominantly been involved in the management of junior oil and gas companies in Western Canada, with a focus on the growth of junior oil and gas companies.

In 1998, Mr. Zang was an officer of Argonauts Group Ltd. (a public oil and gas company). In 2002, he was a director, officer and founder of Argo Energy Ltd. and upon its conversion into Sequoia Oil & Gas Trust (Sequoia), he was an officer with Sequoia until its merger with Daylight Resources Trust (now Sinopec Daylight Energy Ltd.).

Upon the merger of Sequoia with Daylight Resources, in 2005, Mr. Zang was a founder, director and officer of Marble Point Energy Ltd. In 2010, he was a founder of Verity Energy Ltd.

Mr. Zang was also a director of Touchstone Exploration Ltd. (now Touchstone Exploration Inc.) and of RMS Systems Ltd. (now part of PHX Energy Services Corp.) and is currently the chief executive officer and a director of Morro Bay Resources Ltd.

Mr. Chow was, from 2008 to 2013, the chief financial officer of RMS Systems Inc. From February, 2006, to June, 2011, he was controller of Marble Point Energy and a special consultant to Polar Star Energy.

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