Steve Haysom, a 7G founder, lead geologist and senior vice president at Seven Generations Energy (ticker: VII), has retired, the company announced in a press release.

Seven Generations said Haysom joined the company in 2008, the company’s first year, and has led the geoscience discovery of the liquids-rich natural gas Kakwa River Project.

“As a co-founder, Steve contributed enormously to 7G’s success,” said Seven Generations CEO Pat Carlson. “From positioning Seven Generations in our prolific, low-cost, high-growth natural gas assets to establishing strong relationships with numerous stakeholders in Calgary and the Grande Prairie region, Steve has contributed his creative gifts to 7G and its mission.”

The company reported that on his last day at the company Haysom helped deliver winter jackets to the children at Horse Lake. “The relationships we built with First Nations as a company and as individuals has had a profound impact on me. I am confident that Seven Generations will achieve great things, and I look forward to the next stage of my career and family life in Nova Scotia,” Haysom said.

Last summer Seven Generations added to its Kakwa project area with a $1.9 billion Montney bolt-on acquisition that added 155 net sections of land and approximately 30,000 BOEPD of production. The seller was Paramount Resources.

Seven Generations Energy Co-Founder Retires

Source: Seven Generations Energy

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