• James Tague has been appointed as President of G2 Energy’s (GTOO) wholly owned subsidiary G2 Energy Holdings US Inc.
  • Mr. Tague will manage the operational, financial, and business development of G2 Energy’s US operations
  • Mr. Tague brings 25 years of oil and gas experience to G2 Energy
  • Mr. Tague sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the opportunity and outline the company’s plans going forward
  • G2 Energy Corp. is a junior oil and gas producer focused on acquiring and developing low-risk, high-return opportunities in the oil and gas sector
  • G2 Energy Corp. (GTOO) opened trading at C$0.10

G2 Energy Corp. (GTOO) has appointed James Tague as President of its wholly-owned subsidiary G2 Energy Holdings US. 

In this role, Mr. Tague will manage the operational, financial, and business development of G2 Energy’s US operations.

Mr. Tague sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the opportunity and outline the company’s plans.

“I look forward to joining G2’s management and helping G2 achieve its objectives. It is an incredible opportunity. G2 has the leadership, the assets, the funding, and the strategy to create a strong, growing, and successful oil and gas company”.

G2 Energy Corp. is a junior oil and gas producer focused on acquiring and developing low-risk, high-return opportunities in the oil and gas sector.

G2 Energy Corp. (GTOO) opened trading at C$0.10.

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