Harry C. Johnson Highlights 1978 - 1995 Founder and CEO of Red Eagle Resources Corp., Oklahoma City, OK., an oil and gas exploration and production company listed on the American Stock Exchange. Experience includes private and public offerings, taxation, litigation, and the solution of problems attendant to a 400-employee work force. In 1980, started 11 rig drilling company, heavy oil field trucking company and an oil well service company. Merged Red Eagle and subs with small public company in 1987 and listed Red Eagle Resources on American Stock Exchange. In 1995, sold Red Eagle to Range Resources (formerely Lomac Petroleum). Prior Experience 1976 – 1977 President and CEO of Shawnee Oil and Gas Corp., an independent oil company in Oklahoma City, OK, owned by Swiss and West German investors. 1975 President of Brighthaven Exploration Partners, New York City, NY., specializing in tax sheltered investments. 1970 – 1974 Partner in charge of Corporate Finance*, Advest, Hartford, CT. 1964 – 1969 Vice President & Commercial Loan Officer*, Liberty National Bank, Oklahoma City, OK. 1955 – 1963 Senior Evaluation Engineer, Mergers & Acquisitions, Headquarters Staff* Humble Oil and Refining Co. (Now ExxonMobil) Houston, TX. *Position at Time of Resignation Education January 1955 Received Bachelor of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering University of Oklahoma. Member Pi Epsilon Tau, Petroleum Engineering Honor Society. 1953 – 1955 Worked as a roughneck on drilling rigs for various contractors in Texas, Oklahoma, and Wyoming, and as an oil field roustabout in Texas and Oklahoma, during school years and summers. Other Experience At various times between 1960 and 2001, served as a director of the following companies: Public Consolidated Production Corp. Deer Trail Mines, Inc. Knight Industries, Inc. Red Eagle Resources Corp. Shawnee International, S.A. Thor Energy Corp. Zydeco Energy, Inc. Private Cleary Petroleum Corp. Lakeshore Bank, N.A. Lear Motors, Inc. Pacific Energy Corp. Other Red Earth, Inc. Humble Employees Federal Credit Union Overlapping Activities 1980 – 1987 Board Chairman and founder of Cimarron Helicopters, Inc., Oklahoma City, OK. Organized and managed helicopter operating company with ten light helicopters, charter, EMS, and TV News transport. Sold in 1987 due to drop in charter business and loss of EMS contracts. 1980 – 1998 Board Chairman, MillionAir Oklahoma City. Purchased fixed-base operator at Oklahoma City’s Wiley Post Airport. Later converted to Million-Air franchise offering ramp services, jet charter, and related aviation specialties. Sold to partners. 1986 – 1991 Board Chairman and owner of Lakeshore Bank, N.A. Oklahoma City, OK. Purchased failing bank, recapitalized it (without government assistance), returned it to profitability, and sold it to larger bank. 1980 – 1987 Farmer/Stockman, Oklahoma. Operated 4,000 acres of cattle ranches with 400 mother cows, and 1,200 acres of wheat farms. Sold farming assets to meet the capital needs of Red Eagle Resources after change in tax laws in 1986 jeopardized Red Eagle’s capital sources. Miscellaneous Commercial Instrument Pilot with Multi-Engine Jet & Single-Engine Helicopter Ratings. Formerly a Registered Principal with the NASD and an Allied Member of The New York Stock Exchange. Registered Professional Engineer In Texas & Oklahoma.