CORRE Welcomes New Addition to Management Team
Canadian Oil Recovery & Remediation Enterprises announced that Mr. Kirk Davis has recently joined the management team of CORRE to head the Company's Middle East and North Africa ("MENA") operations and business development efforts. Mr. Davis has over 25 years of experience operating in the MENA regions. He joins CORRE with an extensive and highly experienced background in environmental remediation, including expertise in soil and water remediation, oil spill management and oil recovery. Mr. Davis will be based in Kuwait and will immediately assist CORRE, as well as the SAR-CORRE MENA operating partnership, in the launch of their commercial operations in the MENA regions.
Mr. Davis has worked in the Middle East since 1984. His experience in soil and water remediation, oil spills and HAZMAT (Hazardous Material) response has been extensive and has included serving as special advisor to the Ministers of Environment for the United Arab Emirates, Turkmenistan, the Sultanate of Oman, as well as the Kuwait Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA"). Mr. Davis started his career as a US Naval Officer. He worked with the US Army in Kuwait and the US Navy in Bahrain. Mr. Davis joins CORRE directly from the US Army in Kuwait where he was the Senior Department Manager.
Mr. John Lorenzo, CEO of CORRE, commented, "We are extremely pleased to have Kirk join our growing MENA operations as we continue to demonstrate to our customers and shareholders the infrastructure we have been putting in place to successfully secure and operate large-scale remediation contracts."
Mr. Davis' expertise is sought by the environmental community at large, including most recently by the State of Louisiana for the Deep Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Mr. Davis has worked directly with a number of major oil and gas companies. He has also served as the Middle East Regional and General Manager for major environmental service companies.
Mr. Davis is a graduate of the University of Colorado and has a Masters of Business Administration.