About

Petroteq Energy Inc. is a Canadian-registered holding company, publicly trading on the TSX Venture Exchange (Symbol: PQE) and the OTCQX trading platform (Symbol: PQEFF). Its offices are located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Los Angeles, California and its initial plant location in Vernal, Utah.

Petroteq is focused on value creation through the development and implementation of proprietary technologies for the environmentally safe extraction of heavy oils from oil sands, oil shale deposits and shallow oil deposits.

Petroteq is the largest shareholder of Accord GR Energy, Inc a Houston-based oil and gas exploration and production company that focuses on the development and recovery of heavy oil reserves and deposits utilizing licensed technologies including S-BRPT and SWEPT. These technologies are currently being implemented by Accord on mineral leases located in southwest Texas.

Petroteq by way of its wholly owned subsidiary has a breakthrough, environmentally-friendly, proprietary oil sands extraction technology which is suitable for all hydrocarbon deposits. The closed-loop technology may also be applied for remedial project such as tailings ponds. After the launch of its first extraction plant in Utah, the Company is now intends on scaling up its capacity with several additional, higher capacity extraction units within the state, which has over 30 billion barrels of undeveloped but recoverable oil. (DOE Estimate.) Asphalt Ridge, the location of Petroteq's first plant, is one of Utah's 8 major oil sands deposits with over 50 million barrels of undeveloped oil sands deposits. (DOE Estimate.)

The Company's Board of Directors, the Management Team and Officers form an impressive group of very talented individuals with a diverse range of valuable experience ranging from chemical engineering and solvent research, business development, international project management, entrepreneurial achievements and senior management for global energy companies in North America and the Middle East. They have extensive knowledge of both conventional and unconventional oil and gas projects and production, both in upstream and downstream industry sectors.