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Innocent, Inc. (INCT) Depends Upon Critical Mix Of Technical And Business Talent

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A development stage oil and gas exploration and production company requires a particular mix of technical and business development talent in order to successfully identify resource potential while building the company. Innocent does this by combining an executive lineup that has an exceptional business building record, with one of the most experienced technical teams in the industry.

The company is currently focused on the giant Powder River Basin in the western plains, covering a large portion of northeastern Wyoming and southeastern Montana. The area is a major source of coal for the U.S., and is also important for other fossil fuels.


•Wayne Doss (CEO, Director) has held CEO and CFO positions for over 25 years in both public and private companies, including serving as CEO of a $1/4 billion building products company with over 4,000 employees. He has consulted and served in various capacities assisting small public companies with start-ups, interim officer positions, accounting issues, and regulatory filings.

•Patrick Johnson (COO, Director) has founded companies and has held C-Level positions in the oil and gas industry as well as other sectors, for both public and private companies. He has consulted in the private equity, mining, corporate finance, and other industries, and has been a keynote speaker and published writer. Prior to his successful business career, Mr. Johnson was in the NFL with the Baltimore Ravens, and is the holder of a Super Bowl ring for their victory in Super Bowl XXXV.


•George Wulf is a veteran petroleum engineer and geologist with decades of experience, including domestic and overseas exploration with Mobil Oil and Pan American Petroleum. Among other things, he discovered the Edgemont Minnelusa Field and was a partner with Sun Oil in the discovery and subsequent steam flooding of the Burnt Hollow Minnelusa Heavy Oil Field.

•Joe Banks has extensive experience as an engineer and supervisor of drilling operations, with an intimate knowledge of Minnelusa producing properties in northeastern Wyoming. He personally knows all of the contractors and oil field suppliers working in the area, key to arranging for services and negotiating contracts.

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