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North Sea Energy appoints Larry LeBlanc as director

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Toronto, ON, Canada - February 9, 2015, Toronto, ON, Canada - North Sea Energy Inc., an oil and gas company, announced that it has appointed Larry LeBlanc to the board of directors.

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Mr. LeBlanc has 38 years of diverse international, frontier and domestic energy experience, and has been a senior executive for the last 18 years. He has an engineering degree, and an MBA focused on strategic management and upstream energy experience in Canada (including the Arctic, Western Canada and the East Coast), and internationally in Europe, West Africa and the Gulf of Mexico.

Mr. LeBlanc has significant board experience as a board member of Rally Energy, Crown corporation in Nova Scotia (NSBI), chair of the board of the Nova Scotia Science Centre, and chair of the Halifax Chamber of Commerce.

Mr. LeBlanc was a past member of the Nova Scotia Premier's energy council and has worked directly on the province's energy strategy. He has been responsible for renewable energy ventures in Atlantic Canada since 1996, and the chief executive officer of Renewable Energy Services Ltd. since 2004.


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