Officers

 

Theodore K. Cantlon, Director, has been in the securities industry for over 38 years, both in the capacity as an Investment Advisor and consulting to private/public companies regarding capital raising, as well as corporate finance and capital re-organization since 1991. Ted will act as an Advisor to the project, complementing the skills of the Board of Directors and senior Management.

Ted graduated from Red River College, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Business Administration, with a major in Marketing & Finance in 1971.

 

Chadd Radke, is the President and CEO of SEL and has over 16 years of success in the oilfield services industry, in the capacity of Senior Manager, building Teams that have consistently achieved and surpassed performance goals; ranging from specialized equipment (methanol injection pumps), compression technologies, as well as drilling mud services and SAGD applications, and additionally, a successful business background in start-up situations. Chadd has worked internationally and brings a unique perspective to the project in terms of organizational abilities as well as a very strong work ethic. His communication skills and dedication to setting and achieving goals will ensure the success of this venture.

Chadd graduated with a degree in Business Specialization – Risk Management/Global Business in 1994 from University of Bern, Switzerland. Chadd has been with Stormhold Energy Ltd since 2009.

 

Larry Brynlund, Chief Operating Officer for Stormhold Energy Ltd, has over 43 years of experience in the petroleum industry which includes: economic evaluations, production operations, well completions, joint interest and unitization of producing properties, reservoir engineering, and drilling evaluations. He has worked each of the above-mentioned disciplines in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, as well as participation in various safety and environmental activities including assignment to the Texaco “Western Regional Response Team”.

Larry started his career with Texaco Exploration Co. spending the first three of five years serving as Area Production Engineer in such oil fields as Bonnie Glen / Wizard Lake, Cynthia / Pembina field and Willesden Green / Ferrier. His responsibilities steadily increased with subsequent service with Amerada Minerals, The National Energy Board, Suncor Energy and Canadian Reserve Oil and Gas Ltd (before that company was successively taken over by; Getty Oil, Texaco and Imperial Oil).

Larry’s experience with the drilling and completions department of Esso Resources Canada, located in Calgary, assisted in the advancement and use of innovative technologies with respect to well completion techniques in several areas including the miscibly flooded dolomitic limestones in the Judy Creek field in north central Alberta.

Larry received his B. Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1967 from the University of Alberta.

 

Bernie Dumanowski, P.Eng., Senior Drilling & Completion Engineer for Stormhold Energy Ltd, has over 27 years of engineering experience in the oil & gas industry which includes: drilling, completions, facilities construction, pipeline construction, production operations, exploitation and special projects. His experience is garnered from a broad range of technical and management roles. The majority of his experience has been in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin in addition to HPHT (high pressure-high temperature) experience in the San Joaquin Basin, California USA. Recent experience has been in Southern Alberta with development of Mannville tight oil and tight gas plays utilizing horizontal drilling and multi stage hydraulic fracturing.

Bernie started his career with Renaissance Energy Ltd. spending over 13 years in various positions with increasing responsibility. He has assisted in the advancement and use of innovative technologies with respect to drilling, completions and production operations. His current engineering special interests are thermal spallation drilling, deep geothermal wells, toroidal engines and CHP (combined heat power) units.

Bernie is a registered member of A.P.E.G.A. (Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta), PTAC (Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada) and CanGEA (Canadian Geothermal Energy Association)

Bernie received his B. Sc. degree in Petroleum Engineering in 1987 from the University of Wyoming.

 

Mr. Tao Guo,  Engineering Consultant to Stormhold Energy Ltd.

Mr. Guo is a registered member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and the Society of Petroleum Engineer (SPE); he also holds a

B.Sc. degree with Distinction in Petroleum Engineering, obtained from University of Alberta, in 2011, M.Sc. degree in Chemical Engineering, specializing in Reservoir Engineering, obtained from University of Calgary, in 2014 and is experienced in acid stimulation and horizontal well production in Alberta carbonate reserve, with Laricina Energy; software skills of a range of petroleum/reservoir software, including: Accumap, Schlumberger Petrel, Eclipse and CMG Stars and CMOST; Research study on Alberta SAGD pad operation, work presented at SPE Heavy Oil Conference at Calgary, Alberta 2013; Knowledge in Internal Control Device (ICD), used in horizontal well for fluid profile control; operation experience with Imperial Oil – Cold Lake Cyclic Steam Stimulation work.

Mr. Guo also received a variety of awards and scholarships in the industry, including: Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship (2013); Cenovus Energy Petroleum Engineering Award (2011); World Petroleum Council Millennium Award (2010-2011).

 

Kallum McIvor, B.Sc., GIT: Kallum majored in Geology at the University of Calgary. He began his career in the oilfield service sector working with Weatherford. While at Weatherford Kallum was able to complete several open and cased hole logging courses and become acquainted with numerous log based and geological software programs.

Throughout his academic career, Kallum focused on sedimentary, carbonate and log based courses. Some academic highlights include; petrophysical techniques, well logging and formation evaluation, subsurface methods of petroleum geology, sedimentary petrology, sequence stratigraphy, stratigraphy and sedimentation.

Kallum is a registered Member in Training (MIT) with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA).

      

Bernie DeLorme Senior Advisor to the Board and has recently accepted the position of Business Development Senior Consultant with Stormhold Energy Ltd.

His thirty years industry experience includes General Manager with LRS Canada (Litton Resource Systems) that developed and marketed high technology products for exploration and development. The Business Development Senior Consultant position is responsible for industry joint venture relationship building and Research and Development. Bernie has numerous years of experience as Director of Marketing for Scientific Software and Teknica Resource Development providing geophysical, geological and reservoir development software and services to E and P companies

Bernie is the co-founder of CCSVI Calgary Society a volunteer non-profit group. Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) is a recently discovered medical condition linked to many neurological diseases and symptoms with previously unknown origins including MS, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

Bernie is an active member of the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (CSEG) and a Geophysical and Hydrodynamic Data Consultant.

 

Consultants & Advisors to Stormhold Energy Ltd.

 

W. Scott Jamieson, P.Geoph. – Senior Geophysical Advisor

Scott is a senior geophysical advisor to SEL with 24 years of exploration experience in the oil and gas industry. Most recently Scott has been practicing through a private consulting company, Jamiesco Seismic Exploration Ltd., the focus of which is to provide seismic based reservoir characterization services to both domestic and international E and P companies.

The integration of mechanical rock properties and seismic data is fundamental to the understanding and exploitation of all hydrocarbon reservoirs; in particular those reservoirs with limited inter-connected pore space, “tight” hydrocarbon reservoirs.

Scott is a registered member of A.P.E.G.G.A., and an active member of both the Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (CSEG) and the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG).

of SEL.

Mr. Richard Bartlett, president of Hydro-Fax, has over 35 years of D.S.T application and hydrodynamic experience, having established Hydro-Fax in 1987. He has extensive hydrogeological experience in the N.W.T. and Western Canadian sedimentary basin. Richard has given talks at the CSPG on a couple of hydrodynamic evaluations. Richard also has taught D.S.T. interpretation and the application of hydrodynamics’ in the industry.

Value of Hydrodynamics

  • Determine the disposition of a reservoir’s aquifer and its relation to hydrocarbons within
  • Define pressure compartment’s distribution within the respective reservoir
  • Define direction of preferential migration through application of potentiometric surface mapping
  • Determine where your prospect fits. Is it a new find or an extension of the known play
  • Determine where your reservoir’s pressure is now
  • Define the reservoir’s pressure, and through D.S.T. mapping, the quality of your reservoir and how it behaved while testing

 

Tom Ellis has over 20 years of business, operations, management and leadership experience focused on strategic planning in each discipline. Mr. Ellis will advise the board on business related governance decisions as well as look after community affairs. Tom and his family have resided in Calgary since 1986 and is involved in numerous community and corporate organizations.

Investor Relations/ Community Affairs Committee

Tom Ellis

Brett Sutter

Pete Vandermeer