Sentry names vice president for unconventional resources

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Apr. 27
-- Sentry Petroleum Ltd., Denver, said that Charles Barker has joined the company as vice-president for unconventional resources.

Barker will manage the upcoming geological appraisal program in ATP 862 and ATP 864 in Queensland, Australia, planned to start in May.

Barker has spent most of his career in the coal seam gas sector, both privately and with the US Geological Survey Energy Resources Team. His specific expertise lies in project management with 20 years’ experience in exploration management and coal seam gas resource assessment methodology, including source rock evaluation, prospect generation, drilling, and gas in place evaluation of CSG prospects.

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