Key statistics on GasRock
|Shares in issue||1,100,000|
|Shares not in public hands||TBC|
|Financial year end||December|
There are no restrictions on the transfer of shares in the company. The company holds no shares in treasury.
GasRock is incorporated in Scotland and its principal operations are in the United States. Once re-registered as a PLC, GasRock will be subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.
The company’s bankers are Clydesdale Bank plc in the United Kingdom and ANB Bank in the United States.
Experienced board of directors
Paul Mendell is a geologist and has owned interests in over two-hundred producing oil and gas wells in the US which he has developed or from properties he acquired and were subsequently acquired by larger firms including Anadarko, EnCana, Noble, Oxy and others. He is a self-educated geologist and is a well-respected developer of new concepts in exploration for oil, gas, iodine and other commodities. Paul also founded Mendell Energy; a Denver based independent oil and gas producer, acquired for $12 million in 2012.
Kyle Swingle graduated with a petroleum engineering degree in 1978. With over 43 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, Kyle has worked from a roughneck on drilling rigs to owner, president, COO and CEO of two public companies, including a new technology drilling and service company that operated in the US, Canada, Mexico, Middle East and Australia and which was sold in 2019. His work experience has included working for major oil companies and drilling contractors world wide. He also started and sold a drilling company in the Rockies.
Eric Boyle has over 30 years’ experience in stockbroking, fund management and investment banking and was a partner of Smith & Williamson Investment Management LLP. During his career, Eric co-founded two London-listed companies, SR Pharma plc, where he was Chairman until 2004, and Highlands Natural Resources plc in 2015. With the experience gained in studying a diversity of stock markets he has held directorships in three London-listed closed-end funds, including Atlantis Japan Growth Fund Limited where he was a director from 2000-2016. During his career he has raised new capital for several groups launching in both developed and emerging markets.
Nick Tulloch advised companies on the UK capital markets for over 20 years, working for several well known investment banks and stockbrokers, including Cazenove, Arbuthnot, Cenkos and Cantor Fitzgerald. With a particular focus on oil & gas, Nick has worked on several cross border transactions in many parts of the world. Prior to joining GasRock, he was finance director and then subsequently CEO of Zoetic International plc. Nick is based in the UK and will support the ongoing development of the Group’s investor relations strategy as well as handling all of GasRock’s corporate and administrative requirements. Nick began his career as a solicitor with Gouldens and he holds a masters in law from Oxford University. He also stood for parliament in 2017.