Clean technology engineering firm Genoil on Wednesday appointed former professional footballer Emile Heskey to lead the company's business development in the Caribbean region.
Heskey, the Senior Vice President for The Caribbean Region, will assist Genoil in the entire Caribbean region to source project opportunities where Genoil and our partner companies can do energy related development and reconstruction work.
He will assist Genoil in the entire Caribbean region to source project opportunities where Genoil and our partner companies can do energy related development and reconstruction work.
He has a relationship with many people in Antigua including Prime Minister Gaston Browne who has met with the UK Secretary of State about funding reconstruction of their Islands.
The Antiguan government had recently considered building a small refinery and Genoil intends to reopen these important discussions.
“I am excited to join the company and to make introductions for Genoil Inc. in the Caribbean market as the company expands our footprint globally,” said Heskey.
“Our extensive international relationships and cutting edge GHU technology has the potential to capture the market among heavy oil producers around the world.
“The vision of the company is to build a strong environmentally focused desulfurization and heavy oil business that is based on our unique technology.
“Genoil's state-of-the-art technology, combined with our very experienced board of directors and management team, give me the confidence that the GHU technology will be successfully commercialized and implemented around the world.”
Photo credit: Genoil
Published: 22 November, 2018
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