Here are some people involved with the company who have oil & gas experience:
25 years of experience in various phases of the oil industry. In 1985, Mr. LaFever began investing in gas wells in the Ratcliff Formation, underlying Montana. Mr. LaFever went on to drill several more wells in the Ratcliff Formation. In 2002, Mr. LaFever went on to drill a successful well that still operates today in the Tyler Formation in Mussellshell County, Montana. In 2007, L&H Resources acquired an idle well and turned it into a producing well that is operating today. Mr. LaFever is also involved in two wells in North Dakota and in the process of drilling a well in Sheridan County, Montana. Mr. LaFever graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh in 1967 with a Bachelor’s degree in history and physical geography.
Mr. Mahan has 20 years of experience in the environmental field. Mr. Mahan’s is particularly experienced in water treatment, hydrogeology, soil analysis, drilling methods, and hydrofacturing techniques. Mr. Mahan has written and implemented sampling plans, approved by the Environmental Protection Agency, which verify groundwater and soil conditions at various sites. Mr. Mahan has served as project manager for a large remediation project in Washington, DC, involving tank and soil removals, ground water and soil treatment, soil disposal, and litigation. As project manager of an environmental evaluation and cleanup program in the United Kingdom, Mr. Mahan was involved with investigating and remediating the Sherwood Sandstone Aquifer, whish is one of England’s largest fresh drinking water supplies. Michael J. Mahan holds a B.S. in Hydrogeology and Soil Science from Ohio University.
Matt Rice, Director of Land Acquisitions
This information comes from the Stratex Corporate Presentation dated 6 May 2013.