Barrel Energy Appoints Stuart Hensman to Board of Directors

Barrel Energy Appoints Stuart Hensman to Board of Directors

LAS VEGAS, Feb. 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Barrel Energy Inc. (the “ Company ” or “ Barrel ”) (OTC: BRLL) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Stuart Philip Hensman to the Board of Directors effective immediately.

Mr. Hensman possesses both a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degree and has held a number of executive leadership roles setting investment strategy and corporate policies worldwide. He has occupied the position of Chairman & Chief Executive Officer for Scotia Capital Inc. (USA), as Managing Director (Equities) for Scotia Capital Inc (United Kingdom), Chairman of the Board of Governors at CI Funds, Chairman of Board of Creststreet Asset Management and Chairman of the Board of Creststreet Power and Income Fund.

In addition to chairing the above noted Boards, Mr. Hensman, has also chaired Audit, Compensation and Governance and Nominating Committees on number of other Boards where he served.

Craig Alford, CEO of Barrel Energy states, “We’re extremely pleased to welcome Mr. Hensman to the Barrel Energy. Mr. Hensman brings to our board a wealth of knowledge in global business, strategy development and regulatory oversight. We look forward to benefitting from his valuable counsel as we continue to grow Barrel.”

Mr. Hensman joins the Company at an exciting time of rapid expansion into a number of verticals within the critical aspects of the materials and tech for Electric Vehicles, battery performance, renewables and integrated devices. Collective technologies that will underpin this decades multi-billion-dollar market expansion toward zero carbon solutions.

About Barrel : Barrel Energy Inc., (OTC Markets: BRLL) is focused on several ventures within the energy and minerals sector and the rapid development of valuable production opportunities throughout North America and abroad.

Harp Sangha/Chairman
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