Unbridled Energy Corp. (TSX-UNE; UNEFF.PK) is an independent natural gas evaluation and production company specializing in shale gas and tight gas sands (“TGS”) opportunities in two main basins within North America; the eastern US Appalachian Basin and the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
The Company is applying a lower risk production enhancement strategy on existing wells, and the latest horizontal drilling and fracing technologies on new wells in well known shale gas and TGS formations in the Appalachian Basin. Importantly, management is also employing a “first mover” approach to large scale shale gas and TGS resource opportunities in the 580,000 square mile Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
The Company has offices in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Calgary, Alberta.
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Joseph H. Frantz, Jr.
President and CEO
Mr. Frantz is a shale gas, tight gas sand, and coalbed methane specialist. He has worked on unconventional reservoirs for 18 of his 24 years in the industry. His areas of experience in unconventional reservoirs include project management, exploratory and development evaluations, well test and production data analysis, reservoir simulation, reserve studies, hydraulic fracturing, and horizontal well evaluations. He is also experienced in gas storage projects.
Mr. Frantz joined Unbridled Energy from Schlumberger Data and Consulting Services (DCS) where he served as the Consulting and Solutions Operations Manager for their Pittsburgh, PA and Oklahoma City, OK offices. This position permitted him to utilize his extensive experience in managing people and projects in unconventional reservoirs. Over the past few years, Mr. Frantz has helped lead projects in the Fayetteville, Barnett, Woodford, Floyd, Conasauga, Marcellus, and other emerging U.S. shale plays.
Prior to this, Mr. Frantz served as Operations Manager of the Pittsburgh Holditch-Reservoir Technologies Consulting Services office where he, primarily, focused on the dissemination of state of the art evaluation practices on shale reservoirs to industry. He was responsible for all of the office projects and participated in studies on most of the shale reservoirs in the U.S., in addition to numerous studies on coalbed methane and tight gas sand reservoirs in the U.S. and internationally