Jeffrey Freedman is an experienced energy company restructuring and turnaround expert. He has acted as CEO/CRO/CFO for a number of challenging restructuring assignments to include the successful turnaround of a Canadian public E&P company controlled by a US private equity company. In this role, Mr. Freedman lead the effort to stabilize the organization, refocus efforts, control cash burn and reestablish the company as a viable and reenergized entity. In other workout situations Jeff has completed M&A transactions, managed the entire regulatory filing process and undertaken several reverse mergers. Prior to his recent activity, Mr. Freedman was a senior executive with the oil field service company, Allis-Chalmers. In this capacity he was responsible for corporate development for five years while the company grew from $38 million in revenues to in excess of $700 million. Jeff was a team member for the company’s numerous equity and debt offerings that totaled $1 billion. Additionally, Jeff was a board of director for Allis-Chalmers where he served on compensation and compliance committees. From 1985-2001, Mr. Freedman was a Managing Director at both Prudential Securities and Smith Barney where he was a highly ranked and leading Oilfield Service and Equipment equity analyst covering over 20 oilfield service and drilling companies. Mr. Freedman holds a BSBA in Finance from Babson College and an MBA in Finance and Investments from New York University’s Stern School of Business.