Gregory Renwick has resigned from the board and as CEO and president of East West Petroleum Corp. (TSXV: EW), the company announced on Oct. 1.
The board of directors and management thanked Renwick in the release for his contribution to the company and professionalism.
The board has appointed David Sidoo as president and CEO following the resignation of Renwick. Sidoo, founder of the company, is well suited to meet the needs of the company at the current time. Dr. Marc Bustin, currently a director of the company and senior technical advisor, will extend his role to provide over sight in exploration and development.
In addition, Dr. Amanda Bustin, currently a consultant with East West, has been engaged by the company to provide technical evaluation services. Dr. Amanda Bustin holds a BASC in geological engineering from the University of British Columbia and a PhD in geophysics from the University of Victoria and is registered professional engineer. She is president of Bustin Consulting, and has worked on a variety of gas projects with the main focus on reservoir assessment and exploitation including projects throughout North America, Europe and India. Her expertise includes petrophysics, reservoir modeling, geophysical analyses and interpretation and geomechanics.
"I look forward to continuing my efforts to build East West Petroleum into a successful oil and gas producer. With interests in several joint ventures, managed by strong capable operators, the company is transitioning from a start up to a producer. On behalf of the board, I would like to thank Mr. Renwick for his efforts and wish him well in his future endeavours," Sidoo said in the release.
East West Petroleum Corp. is a Canadian E&P company pursuing conventional exploration and development oil and gas opportunities worldwide. The company is based in Vancouver, B.C.