Pulse Oil Announces Closing of Qualifying Transaction; Trading to Resume on TSX Venture Exchange

Source Press Release
Company Pulse Oil Corp. 
Tags Corporate Deals, Deals, Upstream Activities
Date February 27, 2019

Pulse Oil Corp. (“Pulse” or the “Company”) (TSX Venture Exchange: PUL) announces the closing of its Qualifying Transaction, as detailed in Pulse’s Filing Statement dated February 15, 2017 that is filed on SEDAR. The TSX Venture Exchange (the “Exchange”) has approved Pulse’s proposed Qualifying Transaction to acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of Hydrate Resources Corp. (“HRC”) (the “Transaction”) as recently described in Pulse’s news release of February 17, 2017 and as updated below.

Pulse is also pleased to announce that as a result of the closing of the Qualifying Transaction, Pulse will change from a capital pool company to a Tier 2 oil and gas company once the Exchange issues its final bulletin approving the Qualifying Transaction. As a result Pulse shares will resume trading on the Exchange under the symbol “PUL”. A further announcement will be made shortly regarding the date trading will resume.

New Board of Directors and Management Team

Pursuant to the terms of the Transaction, Messrs. Garth Johnson, Drew Cadenhead, Douglas Ellenor and John Doyle have been appointed as the Board of Directors of Pulse, replacing the current board members consisting of Messrs. Dev Randhawa, Ross McElroy and William Marsh.

Dev Randhawa, outgoing Pulse Oil Corp. CEO and President stated “This is an exciting new stage for shareholders as we complete the transition to  Pulse Oil Corp. I’d like to thank Garth Johnson and his experienced team for their diligent work and wish them the very best of luck as they take the company forward.”

Additionally, Mr. Johnson has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer and Corporate Secretary, Mr. Cadenhead has been appointed President and Chief Operating Officer and Mr. Aaron Doyle has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer of Pulse. For background on the Board of Directors and Management please visit  or  .

Garth Johnson, CEO of Pulse Oil Corp. stated “We want to thank Dev, Ross, William and Greg for all the effort they have invested in closing this transaction, and we look forward to working with all of them as long-term valued shareholders of Pulse. We are excited about the future for our shareholders, as the timing of this venture coincides with continued commodity price strengthening and a perceptible uptick in industry excitement. Drew and I, our small team and shareholder group, started HRC to investigate exploration opportunities around the world. As commodity prices dropped, we recognized an opportunity to acquire small to medium sized proven reserves at discounted prices. We created an acquisition-based business plan to focus on these assets in Western Canada; looking for solid, proven reserves and production as well as low-risk, yet substantial, upside. After a long search, we acquiredour first interests in a package of producing assets in the Bigoray area of central Alberta, which we feel, have significant low-risk enhanced oil recovery upside. We have continued to keep our finger on the “Pulse” of acquisition opportunities; continually reviewing all potential transactions that fit within our criteria for investment. We expect to complete additional acquisitions throughout the year, building Pulse into an even stronger, reserve-backed, low-risk producer. We look forward to sharing with our shareholders the opportunity for growth, utilizing our teams deal making ability and proven operational experience.”

Drew Cadenhead, President and COO of Pulse Oil Corp. stated “We spent considerable effort evaluating potential acquisition opportunities before closing our first acquisition. Our 50% interest in the Bigoray assets is centered within the conventional, multi-zone light-oil, liquids-rich Pembina/Bigoray trend of Central Alberta. We are initially partnering with an experienced operator to restart and optimize existing proven production that has been shut-in for years due to low commodity pricesThese re-activations will provide immediate positive cash flow as we begin to grow Pulse. Once full primary production has been re- established at Bigoray, we have the option to expand our interest in these assets to 100%, including the associated infrastructure. The enhanced oil recovery project associated with the Bigoray Nisku assets caught our attention as a low-risk path to creating significant potential value; converting original oil in place to proven producing reserves and associated NPV forms a platform for kick-starting Pulse’s growth. More data and videos of are available on these assets at Pulse’s website at  .

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