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April 23, 2014

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April 23, 2014

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April 23, 2014

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April 23, 2014

Oregon commercial wave energy project sinks

Local angle

Although Ocean Power Technologies is walking away from a wave energy project off the coast of Reedsport, Ore., the company that built most of Ocean Power’s first buoy — and that did most of the construction work at its Vancouver facility — says it sees strong potential in the ocean energy sector.

“Oregon Iron Works is disappointed with OPT’s decision to withdraw from deploying buoys off the Oregon Coast, but we are excited about the industry looking to deploy wave energy buoys here,” Tom Hickman, vice president of sales and marketing for the company, said in an email to The Columbian on Monday.

The Clackamas, Ore.-based company is a manufacturer of complex structural components, systems and specialized vehicles.

“We are also looking at the offshore wind industry and the great potential it brings to this region,” Hickman said. “We see a lot of potential in the ocean energy sector.”

Plans to deploy Oregon’s first commercial wave energy project have been formally dropped by the company.

After spending millions on the project off the coast of Reedsport, Ore., Ocean Power Technologies pulled the plug and will focus on another project in Australia.

Kevin Watkins, a company representative, said this would have actually been the first such project in the Western Hemisphere but they had trouble securing adequate funds.

“In consultation with the Department of Energy, OPT has made the decision to terminate further work on the project and initiate decommission and close-out activities,” Watkins said.

This was the only wave energy project planned for Oregon state waters that had even begun the permitting phase, according to Paul Klarin, marine Program Coordinator with the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.

The company’s wave energy projects generated national headlines in the run-up to a planned launch in October, 2012. But after it delayed the deployment of its first buoy, the project seemed to be stuck on hold.

The larger piece of the much-anticipated project would have placed a flotilla of 100 energy-producing buoys, each the size of a school bus, in the waves off the coast of Reedsport, Ore.

But that component was abandoned in March. This smaller project, made up of ten smaller buoys, was the last remaining piece.

The first buoy designed to gather wave energy remains at a shipbuliding lot on Portland’s Swan Island. Jason Busch, executive director of the Oregon Wave Energy Trust, says the company should donate it to them as a farewell gesture.

“It’s an amazing piece of equipment and it’s a shame it may never be deployed. At this point, I doubt it will,” Busch said.

The company hasn’t released the amount spent on the wave energy project, nor the number of jobs that would have been associated with it but Busch estimates the investment to be at least $10 million.

“They spent a lot of money on that project at Reedsport,” Busch said. “Building that buoy, getting through the permitting process, all the environmental studies that have been done out here.”

The Oregon Wave Energy Trust, which is a private, nonprofit organization funded by Oregon Lottery dollars, invested around $430,000 in state funds on the project.

“This is a disappointment on many fronts; there’s been a lot of efforts and hopes put on that project. It has become, rightly or wrongly, sort of a proxy for the industry,” Busch added.

Nevertheless, Busch says Oregon saw a return on its investment in terms of the company’s reinvestment in local businesses.

And he says the regulatory processes for future projects could go smoother, with Ocean Power Technologies having already gone through it — though it would still take at least three to five years.

The state of Oregon has adopted zoning rules to allow for wave and wind energy development at the Reedsport location and elsewhere in its territorial waters off the coast.

Even though his company may no longer be leading the charge in West Coast wave energy, Ocean Power Technologies’ Watkins says, “I think it has real value as a future source of generating electricity for this region.”

An anchor for the project remains on the ocean floor off the Oregon Coast. The company plans to decommission it this summer after whale migration season ends.

April 23, 2014

CAMAC Energy Provides Operational Update

HOUSTON, TX–(Marketwired – Apr 22, 2014) – CAMAC Energy Inc. (“CAMAC Energy” or the “Company”) (NYSE MKT: CAK) announced today an update on the Company’s operations in West and East Africa, including Nigeria, Ghana, and Kenya.

The Northern Offshore Energy Searcher drillship is currently located offshore Cameroon, where it is awaiting final clearance by the Nigerian Department of Petroleum Resources (“DPR”) to enter Nigeria and commence drilling operations at the Oyo Field. The DPR has completed its inspection, and is expected to issue final clearance imminently. The drilling rig is anticipated to arrive at the Oyo Field by the end of April.

In order to optimize drilling, completion, and production activities, current plans are to spud Oyo-8 mid-May, with well-hookup and first production expected in October. The drilling rig will then move to complete and hook-up Oyo-7, with first production expected in November. Both wells continue to be on track to commence production this year, enabling CAMAC Energy to exit 2014 at an estimated production rate of 14,000 barrels of oil per day.

In addition to the development wells offshore Nigeria, the Company has identified 10 exploration prospects and 12 leads, and has currently high-graded three prospects containing unrisked prospective resources in excess of 200 MMBO each. Current efforts are focused on determining the first exploration well location to be drilled in 2015.

CAMAC Energy recently received parliamentary ratification of its Petroleum Agreement relating to the Expanded Shallow Water Tano Block in Ghana. The Company has been named technical operator and will hold a 30% interest in the Block. The Block contains three discovered fields, and the work program requires the partners to determine, within nine months, the economic viability of developing the discovered fields. A leading worldwide independent petroleum consulting firm has been identified to assist with the evaluation. Activities will include evaluating existing 3D seismic data, and geological and well data.

Exploration activities are continuing in the Lamu Basin on Blocks L1B and L16 onshore, and on Blocks L27 and L28 offshore.

L1B/L16 Onshore

  • Completed a Gravity and Magnetic Survey in 2013
  • Completed an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Study in February 2014
  • Submitted “Invitation to Tender” requests to seismic companies that are active in the region. Final bids are due early May 2014

Work is focused on drilling two exploration wells in 2015/2016: one in Block L1B, and one in Block L16

Current activities onshore Block L1B are targeting net unrisked prospective resources of 900 MMBO from five leads.

L27/L28 Offshore

  • Completed the acquisition of multi-client 2D seismic in March 2014, and processing is currently underway
  • Presently building a dataset for a Geological and Geophysical Study
  • Results from the 2D interpretation will be used to outline the location for a 3D seismic acquisition
  • 3D seismic will then be processed to interpret the geologic framework

Evaluations are being directed towards drilling one exploration well in either Block L27 or Block L28 in 2016/2017.

Management Comments

Segun Omidele, Senior Vice President of Exploration and Production, commented, “CAMAC Energy’s continued focus is to improve our current production and cash flow, while making solid progress identifying and developing our world-class, high-impact exploration prospects and leads. We are confident about our current operational status, and look forward to ramping up net daily production from 2,000 barrels of oil today to 14,000 barrels of oil by year-end.”

About CAMAC Energy

CAMAC Energy is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company focused on energy resources in Africa. Its asset portfolio consists of nine licenses across four countries covering an area of 43,000 square kilometers (approximately 10 million acres), including existing production and other projects offshore Nigeria, as well as exploration licenses with hydrocarbon potential offshore Ghana, onshore and offshore Kenya, and offshore Gambia. CAMAC Energy is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol CAK, and on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol CME. For more information about CAMAC Energy, please visit

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. All statements, other than statements of historical fact, concerning activities, events or developments that the Company expects, believes or anticipates will or may occur in the future are forward-looking statements. Although the Company believes the expectations reflected in these forward-looking statements are reasonable, they involve assumptions, risks and uncertainties, and these expectations may prove to be incorrect. The Company’s actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in these forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors, including the Company’s ability to successfully drill, complete, test and produce the wells and prospects identified in this release and risk factors discussed in the Company’s periodic reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). All forward-looking statements are expressly qualified in their entirety by this cautionary statement. You should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of their respective dates. The Company undertakes no duty to update these forward-looking statements.

We may use certain terms in this press release such as “contingent resources,” “prospective resources,” “leads,” “prospects,” “oil in place” or other descriptions of volumes which imply the possible existence of quantities of resources. These estimates are by their nature more speculative than estimates of proved reserves and accordingly, are subject to substantially greater risk of being actually realized by the Company. The SEC permits oil and gas companies, in their filings with the SEC, to disclose only “reserves,” as that term is defined under SEC rules. Prospective resources are those quantities of petroleum estimated, as at a given date, to be potentially recoverable from undiscovered accumulations by application of future development projects. Contingent resources are those quantities of petroleum estimated, at a given date, to be potentially recoverable from known accumulations, but the applied projects are not yet considered mature enough for commercial development due to one or more contingencies. Prospective resources have both an associated chance of discovery and a chance of development, while contingent resources have an associated chance of development. Investors should not assume there will be any discovery associated with prospective resources, or that any discovery or any contingent resources will be economically drillable or ever be upgraded into reserves.

April 23, 2014

Shippensburg University goes "green" for Earth Day

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SHIPPENSBURG Students, faculty and members of the Shippensburg community braved the rain and wind Tuesday to celebrate Earth Day with music and a heightened awareness of doing good things for environment.

Around 30 stands, some from on-campus organizations and others from the community, attended and offered information about going green or using recyclable products.

Katherine Cromwell, 20, is a sophomore at the university and is president of the school’s Environmental Club, the organization that puts on the event every year.

She said it’s everyone responsibility to help the environment.

“This is the world we live in,” she said. “We haven’t really been kind to it. We need to do things to help embrace the world.”

Even if it’s just “little things,” she said, the event helps to encourage people to help the environment.

Members of the Advanced Leaders Institute were helping to make recyclable bracelets made from paper and hemp, something that the group saw on the website Pinterest.

Samuel Gau, 20, a senior with the International Geographic Honor Society, was explaining a set up that included light bulbs to represent energy, gallons of water and bottles to physically represent electricity, water and oil usage.

“It is about putting into perspective about use,” Gau said. “Electronic use, how many kilocalories are used to produce food…”

This included information such as the availability of clean water, from USA’s 99 percent to India’s 88 percent and the drastic difference in amount of electricity used such as Djibouti’s 260,400 megawatts a year to the United States’ 3,886,400,000 megawatts.

Randy King and her husband David with the Franklin County Bee Keepers Association, had a small hive of bees on hand to show people who were interested in where honey comes from and their importance.

“If they die,” Randy said. “We die.”

She elaborated to say that 1 out of every 3 foods eaten by American’s are pollinated by bees and without them, these foods wouldn’t exist.

Around 250 people around Franklin County are members and some have hives in their backyards and attend workshops by the club, she said.

“It’s so important that we save them,” Randy said.

The university itself has been taking some major steps to “go green,” this year including a $30.2 million project to replace the heating and cooling systems that will reportedly save $300,000 in electricity costs and between both projects, reduce the university’s carbon footprint by 40 percent.

Both projects are scheduled to be completed in April 2015.

April 23, 2014

Visibilité : 56% des impressions above the fold ne sont jamais vues

quantcast_above the foldUne nouvelle étude vient pointer du doigt le problème de la visibilité des campagnes diffusées sur les ad exchanges, pour insister sur le fait que les opérateurs et parties prenantes du marketing digital devraient se mettre d’accord sur les mêmes critères de visibilité à adopter. D’emblée le livre blanc fait savoir que même entre les entreprises dont le métier est de tenter de mesurer la visibilité des publicités en ligne, les résultats peuvent varier jusqu’à 20% sur les mêmes impressions.

Ce livre blanc,  intitulé « In the road to viewability : it’s a new era of accountability for vendors, publishers and advertises », casse quelques idées reçues. Par exemple, il est courant que des éditeurs fassent payer le prix fort pour des impressions dites “above the fold” (ATF), c’est-à-dire, au niveau du premier écran, avant que l’internaute ne commence à le faire défiler avec sa souris. Or, alors que la valeur de l’eCPM peut quasiment doubler lorsque l’on affiche une visibilité qui dépasse les 75%, contrairement à ce que l’on puisse espérer, seulement 44% des impressions ATF sont effectivement vues, nous dit le livre blanc. Les raisons sont que, tout simplement, certains utilisateurs démarrent leur navigation déjà en faisant immédiatement défiler l’écran. Pire, les définitions sur ce qui doit être ATF ou « below the fold » (BTF, c’est-à-dire, en-dessous de la limite de l’écran) ne sont pas forcément les mêmes… Ici on est presque dans de la mauvaise foi… d’où l’importance pour l’industrie de se fixer des règles claires et suivies.


La principale barrière à la visibilité des campagnes sont les difficultés techniques pour les mesurer, nous explique le livre blanc, notamment les codes iframes des éditeurs (mais aussi des régies) qui rendent la tâche difficile. Mais des efforts sont réalisés par l’industrie pour dépasser ces difficultés, souligne le document, notamment l’initiative Making Measurement Make Sense (3MS) de l’IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau), l’organisme qui réunit 600 entreprises du marketing digital, à l’origine de 86% des toutes les ventes de publicité aux Etats-Unis.

« L’initiative 3MS est en train de se transformer en un standard de visibilité officiel, certifiant des entreprises de mesure et ralliant l’industrie autour de cette nécessité de réaliser les transactions avec visibilité. En Mai 2013, l’IAB a lancé la première version de sa technologie SafeFrame, qui inclut des mécanismes pour faciliter la visibilité. Avec elle, les entreprises de marketing, les éditeurs et les annonceurs seront en mesure de voir si une publicité est visible et pour combien de temps. Même si cette technologie ne donne pas l’état de la visibilité directement, elle peut fournir des données qui aboutissent à des mesures de la visibilité. »

Le standard que l’industrie utilise pour mesurer la visibilité est celui fixé par l’IAB, dans le cadre de 3MS, selon lequel une impression est considérée visible si 50% de la surface de la bannière est vue pendant une durée d’une seconde. Mais même ce critère n’est pas toujours considéré suffisant.

quantcast_volumeAujourd’hui, de nombreuses agences et ad techs défendent l’importance pour le marché de la publicité digitale de définir de nouveaux standards de mesure de l’efficacité, de la pertinence et de la performance des campagnes. On est encore loin d’un consensus et de l’adoption de critères homogènes, vu que les taux de visibilité d’un même lot d’impressions peuvent démontrer des différences de l’ordre de 20%  si l’on compare les résultats de mesure de différentes entreprises du marché, nous explique le rapport.

Il est important cependant de tenir compte du fait que difficilement une campagne en RTB aura plus de 75% de taux de visibilité, à cause de « la quantité limitée d’inventaire au niveau ou au-dessus du niveau minimal de visibilité ». De plus, la visibilité d’une impression dépend grandement du comportement de navigation des utilisateurs, un paramètre difficilement maîtrisable.

Pour réaliser cette étude,  l’ad tech d’analyse d’audience et de diffusion de campagnes sur le digital Quantcast  a analysé plus de 100 millions d’impressions de 35 campagnes diffusées sur 6 places de marché différentes entre août et octobre 2013.

Pour la télécharger cliquez ici.


April 23, 2014

Crescent Point Energy Announces Torquay Discovery and Operational Update

CALGARY, ALBERTA–(Marketwired – Apr 14, 2014) – Crescent Point Energy Corp. (“Crescent Point” or the “Company”) (CPG.TO)(CPG) is pleased to announce a significant Torquay discovery in southeast Saskatchewan. Over the past 12 months, Crescent Point has delineated a Torquay discovery in its core Flat Lake area of southeast Saskatchewan. This discovery is an extension of the Company’s Three Forks resource play in North Dakota. Crescent Point has more than 220 net sections of core-area Torquay land and 400 low-risk Torquay drilling locations on the Canadian side of the border.


To date, the Company has drilled 36 (35.2 net) horizontal wells targeting the Torquay Formation in its core Flat Lake area in Canada, growing net production from zero to approximately 5,100 boe/d in just 12 months. Crescent Point has identified 400 low-risk, high rate of return development drilling locations on these lands.

“We’re very excited about the results we’ve seen in the Torquay so far,” said Scott Saxberg, president and CEO of the Company. “These are high rate of return wells at low capital costs relative to North Dakota that complement the Bakken production from our core Flat Lake area. To put it in context, this play has the potential to be the equivalent size of our Viewfield Bakken play.”

In 2013, the Company added proved plus probable reserves of 11.2 mmboe at Flat Lake in the Torquay and Bakken Formations combined. Finding and development costs were $11.46 per boe, excluding changes in future development capital, which represents a recycle ratio of 6.4 times per proved plus probable boe for this area.

“The recycle ratio for Flat Lake is more than double the 2.8 recycle ratio we achieved corporately in 2013 and more than triple a recycle ratio of 2.0 times, which is considered very good in our industry.”

At year-end 2013, the Company’s independent reserve engineers booked Estimated Ultimate Recoveries (“EURs”) on producing Torquay wells as high as 275,000 bbls per mile-long well. The Company’s internal 275,000 bbl mile-long type well, which has a $3.35 million capital cost, generates rates of return of approximately 300 percent and payouts of approximately seven months.

In 2014, Crescent Point expects to spend approximately $200 million of its 2014 budget in Flat Lake, including drilling approximately 48 net wells. Crescent Point’s total capital expenditures budget for 2014 remains unchanged at $1.75 billion.


In addition to its core Flat Lake Torquay land position, over the past 18 months Crescent Point has continued to accumulate a significant exploratory land position of more than 400 net sections in the southern part of southeast Saskatchewan, targeting the Torquay and Bakken Formations. These lands are in addition to the delineated core-area lands discussed above. The Company has drilled six wells testing the Torquay zone on these exploratory lands to date and has plans to drill five more wells over the coming six months.


“We’ve continued the momentum from last year and are having an excellent start to 2014,” said Saxberg. “With an active drilling program across our asset base, we believe we’re in a good position to deliver a strong first quarter.”

Cold winter weather in Crescent Point’s operating areas has not affected operations. The Company is pleased with operations and production results to date in 2014, with field production estimates for March at greater than 129,000 boe/d.

As in previous years, Crescent Point’s guidance for 2014 includes assumptions for a severe spring break-up and the impact of converting producing wells to water injection wells for its waterflood programs. The Company’s current expectations are that spring break-up will be less severe than originally budgeted. However, for the time being Crescent Point’s guidance for the year remains unchanged, as it is early in the spring break-up process.

For the remainder of 2014, Crescent Point plans to continue to develop its high-quality resource plays and to leverage technological advancements, such as waterfloods and cemented liner completions, across its asset base. The Company is pleased with results from these ongoing initiatives, which continue to improve production performance, to lower costs and to reduce production decline rates.

With the Company’s strong start to 2014 and its large inventory of low-risk drilling locations, Crescent Point believes that it is well-positioned to meet and exceed its targets for the year.


There are numerous uncertainties inherent in estimating quantities of crude oil, natural gas and NGL reserves and the future cash flows attributed to such reserves. The reserve and associated cash flow information set forth above are estimates only. In general, estimates of economically recoverable crude oil, natural gas and NGL reserves and the future net cash flows therefrom are based upon a number of variable factors and assumptions, such as historical production from the properties, production rates, ultimate reserve recovery, timing and amount of capital expenditures, marketability of oil and natural gas, royalty rates, the assumed effects of regulation by governmental agencies and future operating costs, all of which may vary materially. For these reasons, estimates of the economically recoverable crude oil, NGL and natural gas reserves attributable to any particular group of properties, classification of such reserves based on risk of recovery and estimates of future net revenues associated with reserves prepared by different engineers, or by the same engineers at different times, may vary. The Company’s actual production, revenues, taxes and development and operating expenditures with respect to its reserves will vary from estimates thereof and such variations could be material.

The reserve data provided in this news release presents only a portion of the disclosure required under National Instrument 51-101. All of the required information is contained in the Company’s Annual Information Form for the year ended December 31, 2013, which is available on SEDAR (accessible at and EDGAR (accessible at


Certain statements contained in this press release constitute “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. The Company has tried to identify such forward-looking statements by use of such words as “could”, “should”, “can”, “anticipate”, “expect”, “believe”, “will”, “may”, “intend”, “projected”, “sustain”, “continues”, “strategy”, “potential”, “projects”, “grow”, “take advantage”, “estimate”, “well-positioned” and other similar expressions, but these words are not the exclusive means of identifying such statements.

In particular, this press release contains forward-looking statements pertaining to the following: the performance characteristics of Crescent Point’s oil and natural gas properties; expected capital expenditure levels and where such capital will be spent; expected recovery rates and EURs; estimated production levels; drilling programs; expected capital costs per Torquay horizontal well; and the severity of spring break-up and its impact on operations.

All forward-looking statements are based on Crescent Point’s beliefs and assumptions based on information available at the time the assumption was made. Crescent Point believes that the expectations reflected in those forward-looking statements are reasonable but no assurance can be given that these expectations will prove to be correct and such forward-looking statements included in this report should not be unduly relied upon. By their nature, such forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and assumptions, which could cause actual results or other expectations to differ materially from those anticipated, expressed or implied by such statements, including those material risks discussed in our annual information form under “Risk Factors” and our Management’s Discussion and Analysis for the year ended December 31, 2013, under the headings “Risk Factors” and “Forward-Looking Information.” The material assumptions are disclosed in the Management’s Discussion and Analysis for the year ended December 31, 2013, under the headings “Dividends”, “Capital Expenditures”, “Decommissioning Liability”, “Liquidity and Capital Resources”, “Critical Accounting Estimates”, “Future Changes in Accounting Policies” and “Outlook” and include, but are not limited to: financial risk of marketing reserves at an acceptable price given market conditions; volatility in market prices for oil and natural gas; delays in business operations, pipeline restrictions, blowouts; the risk of carrying out operations with minimal environmental impact; industry conditions including changes in laws and regulations including the adoption of new environmental laws and regulations and changes in how they are interpreted and enforced; uncertainties associated with estimating oil and natural gas reserves; economic risk of finding and producing reserves at a reasonable cost; uncertainties associated with partner plans and approvals; operational matters related to non-operated properties; increased competition for, among other things, capital, acquisitions of reserves and undeveloped lands; competition for and availability of qualified personnel or management; incorrect assessments of the value of acquisitions and exploration and development programs; unexpected geological, technical, drilling, construction and processing problems; availability of insurance; fluctuations in foreign exchange and interest rates; stock market volatility; failure to realize the anticipated benefits of acquisitions; general economic, market and business conditions; uncertainties associated with regulatory approvals; uncertainty of government policy changes; uncertainties associated with credit facilities and counterparty credit risk; and changes in income tax laws, tax laws, crown royalty rates and incentive programs relating to the oil and gas industry. The impact of any one risk, uncertainty or factor on a particular forward-looking statement is not determinable with certainty as these are interdependent and Crescent Point’s future course of action depends on management’s assessment of all information available at the relevant time.

Barrels of oil equivalent (“boes”) may be misleading, particularly if used in isolation. A boe conversion ratio of 6 Mcf: 1 Bbl is based on an energy equivalency conversion method primarily applicable at the burner tip and does not represent a value equivalency at the wellhead.

The aggregate of the exploration and development costs incurred in the most recent financial year and the change during the year in estimated future development costs generally will not reflect total finding and development costs related to reserves additions for the year.

Additional information on these and other factors that could affect Crescent Point’s operations or financial results are included in Crescent Point’s reports on file with Canadian and U.S. securities regulatory authorities. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on this forward-looking information, which is given as of the date it is expressed herein or otherwise and Crescent Point undertakes no obligation to update publicly or revise any forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, unless required to do so pursuant to applicable law. All subsequent forward-looking statements, whether written or oral, attributable to Crescent Point or persons acting on the Company’s behalf are expressly qualified in their entirety by these cautionary statements.

Crescent Point is a conventional oil and gas producer with assets strategically focused in properties comprised of high-quality, long-life, operated light and medium oil and natural gas reserves in United States and Canada.


Scott Saxberg, President and Chief Executive Officer

Crescent Point shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the NYSE, both under the symbol CPG.


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Greg Tisdale
Chief Financial Officer
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Vice President Marketing and Investor Relations
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