Jack Schanck's resignation was most likely NOT voluntary. This "company" has been going down the tubes since they got rid of Marvin Chronister. Having him as Chairman and acting-CEO was the only thing this board has ever got right. The stock was at $4.50 when he left and production was heading towards 4,000 bbl/day. They sold the Trinidad operations too cheaply and #$%$ away the money. I find it very interesting that the Viking deal for the N. Africa operations has been extended until June, if it happens at all. I, fortunately, sold my stock a while ago. Anyone who still owns stock in this sorry excuse of a company, you have my sympathies.