Mark Doelger has an extensive background in geological analysis related to the exploration for oil, natural gas, and uranium, and in the development of pipeline infrastructure and energy markets. He is the author and co-author of numerous technical presentations and publications, including the Atlas of Major Rocky Mountain Natural Gas Reservoirs published by the Gas Research Institute. He has testified as an expert before the U.S. Senate, several State Legislatures, and federal and state regulatory bodies. Mr. Doelger has advised four Wyoming governors on energy policy matters. Notably, he served as chairman of the Wyoming Pipeline Authority between 2001 and 2009. Mr. Doelger currently serves as a commissioner at the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission. He received the Public Service Award from the AAPG in 2011. He is a board member of the Wyoming Business Alliance and the Wyoming Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Mr. Doelger is currently an owner of B & H, Geologists and a partner in Stakeholder Energy, LLC. He is a registered professional geologist in the State of Wyoming based in Casper, WY. Mr. Doelger presently serves as Vice President, Energy Markets for i2 Capital’s Upper Green River Conservancy, where he provides analysis of energy markets and habitat credit demand to the Company.