July 15, 2013
/PRNewswire/ - Equal Energy Ltd. (NYSE:EQU) (TSX:EQU.TO) reported that
, Senior Vice-President Finance, is retiring from the company, effective today.
"With the financial operations successfully transitioned from
, Dell has completed his role in the repositioning of Equal Energy as a U.S.-based energy company. Dell has been a tremendous asset to our team and we wish him all the best," said
, Equal's President and Chief Executive Officer.
As part of the planned transition, Equal is pleased to announce that
, currently Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer, has been named Senior Vice-President Finance and Chief Financial Officer.
Mr. Smalling joined Equal in its
. He brings more than 12 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, including skills in the areas of corporate finance, treasury and investor relations. Mr. Smalling is a Chartered Financial Analyst and earned a B.S. in Finance from
Oklahoma State University
"Scott has proved himself to be a valuable member of the executive team since joining Equal. We look forward to his continuing contributions to the company's success," added Mr. Klapko.
As previously disclosed, Equal officially relocated its corporate headquarters to
March 15, 2013
. Following the departure of Mr. Chapman, the
staff has been reduced to one full-time employee and three consultants. Equal expects to expense the remainder of its relocation costs during the third quarter of 2013.
About Equal Energy:
Equal Energy is an oil and gas exploration and production company based in
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
. Our oil and gas assets are centered on the Hunton liquids-rich natural gas property in
. Our shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange and The Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol (EQU). Our convertible debentures are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbols EQU.DB.B.
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