Mr. David Sealock is a results driven C-Level executive leader providing nearly 30 years of strategic direction in some of the world’s most profitable energy companies. Mr. Sealock has guided Equity & Debt Financing, Engineering, Construction, Technology, Operations, Regulatory, HR, Investor Relations, Health, Safety & Environment, Marketing, Supply Chain Management, IT & Systems, and Corporate Governance to deliver qualified corporate milestones. Mr. Sealock brings an understanding and a dedication to the principles of innovation, sustainable development, operational efficiency, and safety and environmental excellence, that are key to the success of any organization. Mr. Sealock has been registered with public companies on both the TSX and Hong Kong Exchange.
Mr. Sealock has played a key role in advancing several Company’s from inception to production. He has led and has been a primary team member of combined private and public equity and debt financing in excess of $1.2 Billion. Prior to consulting with PTAC (Petroleum Technology Alliance Canada) as Vice President of Research & Development, and as founder of Autus Ventures, Mr. Sealock was the President and COO at Sulvaris where he led $40 million in equity financing and a joint venture of the same value. From 2008 to 2014, Mr. Sealock was the Executive Vice President of Sunshine Oilsands, graduating to President & CEO where he directly contributed to the success of equity and debt financing of approximately $600 million for the company’s Hong Kong IPO as well as a $200 million credit facility. Mr. Sealock lead the process for $150 million in equity and $200 million in secured debt for the recommencement of Sunshine’s oil sands energy projects. Mr. Sealock has strong M&A experience, delivering a $250 million joint venture and has established numerous joint venture agreements. Mr. Sealock held various executive and senior management roles with MegaWest Energy (acquired by Petro River Oil), Total E&P Canada, Deer Creek Energy (acquired by Total for $1.3 billion), CNRL, Petrovera Resources (acquired by CNRL and PennWest), PanCanadian Petroleum, and Chevron Canada.