TORONTO, Nov. 9 /CNW/ - The Small Explorers and Producers Association of
Canada (SEPAC) is hosting its Investor Showcase in Toronto on November 14,
Over the past year, the regulatory and economic landscape has seen
monumental changes affecting the oil and gas sector. Labour shortages, rising
oil prices and sinking gas prices coupled with cost pressures, reduced tax
credits and changes to the royalty structure have created additional
challenges for the junior energy sector.
What are the opportunities as a potential investor? At SEPAC's Toronto
Investor Showcase, investors will hear first hand how the challenges facing
the industry are being managed, how companies are positioning themselves for
growth and how to identify opportunities in this volatile, yet rewarding,
industry. This is your chance to gain valuable insight and knowledge to make
informed portfolio diversification decisions.
What: Media are invited to attend SEPAC's Toronto Investor Showcase
When: November 14, 2007, 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Where: The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Conference Rooms B & C
Who: Exall Energy Corp. Reece Energy Exploration Corp.
Fortress Energy Inc. Result Energy Inc.
JUNEX Inc. Seaview Energy Inc.
Peerless Energy Inc.
Why: To discuss issues facing junior oil and gas companies and their
plans for mitigating risks and capitalizing on opportunities.
The Small Explorers and Producers Association of Canada ("SEPAC",
www.sepac.ca) was formed in 1986 by a group of independent oil and gas
executives to create a unified, dynamic voice for emerging and junior oil and
gas exploration and production companies. Today the Association is strongly
supported, with an active membership of more than 450 companies. Of these
members, 80 per cent are exploration and producing companies and the remaining
20 per cent are service and supply companies specializing in meeting the needs
of small operators.
For further information:
For further information: Pamela Blackmore, SEPAC, (403) 263-5344,
email@example.com; Patrick Creery, NATIONAL Public Relations, (403)