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Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Northern Explorations Ltd. (Norex) plans to enhance its portfolio of energy projects by entering into the wind energy sector.

Mark Schaftlein, recently appointed president and CEO, has identified significant opportunities in the wind energy sector through business contacts within the industry. The company is currently reviewing these prospective acquisitions with an eye toward harmonizing wind energy and natural gas assets into a strategic plan designed to rapidly develop an effectively convergent green energy organization.

"We have here an opportunity to develop a company that offers a significantly enhanced outlook by capitalizing on tangible prospects that can deliver a clear path to success," says Schaftlein.

SOURCE: Northern Explorations Ltd.


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