Largest Oilfield Equipment Auction Scheduled

. July 16, 2007

NISKU ENTREPRENEURS FORM ALLIANCE WITH ONE OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST AUCTIONEERS.
MEGA OIL INDUSTRY AUCTION TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER 2007

ROB REEVES and CLARENCE SHIELDS, two prominent Alberta entrepreneurs, have formed a new alliance with the mega auctioneering company, KRUSE ENERGY AND EQUIPMENT, LLC of Odessa, Texas. Their first event will be one of Alberta’s largest auction of oilfield equipment with inventory expected to reach into the multi-millions of dollars in value.

The mega auction event, scheduled for Friday, September 7, 2007 in Nisku, Alberta, will be hosted by the dean of international auctioneering, DEAN KRUSE, along with Kruse veterans, Jim Richee and James Dyess.

ABOUT KRUSE ENERGY. A full service auction company, Kruse Energy Equipment Auction, LLC is one of the largest and most respected energy equipment auction companies in the world. With over 500 years of combined experience in the energy auction business, KRUSE ENERGY & EQUIPMENT AUCTIONEERS are recognized as the leaders in the marketplace, having conducted over 90% of the energy auctions over the past 25 years. www.kruseenergy.com

ABOUT ROB REEVES. Rob Reeves has spent most of his life in the Oil and Gas Industry. He worked at his fathers ESSO Service Station, was the shop foreman at Reliable Engines, and opened Kuntz & Kramer Services in Edmonton, Alberta. K & K became a vast enterprise specializing in diesel engine parts, service, sales, and machining and became Canada’s largest aftermarket parts distributor. In 1997, Kuntz & Kramer was sold to NAPA, where Rob was GM for 5 years. In 2001, Reeves started Global Power Systems, specializing in Caterpillar Products, and continues to operate in the diesel engine parts, sales, and service industry. In 1998, he purchased Castrol Raceway and, within 6 years, turned it into an internationally recognized motor sports facility featuring a televised IHRA National Drag event. Reeves also started No Limit Custom Coach & RV and Bulldog Bed liners in 2005.

ABOUT CLARENCE SHIELDS. Upon completing university, Shields joined his family’s business in Fort McMurray, Alberta, operating an A & W franchise that was the first In Canada to gross over $1 million dollars in sales. Since then, Shields has coordinated the planning and construction of numerous restaurants and hotels and spent the last 35 years in the hospitality sector servicing the oil industry in Alberta. After 20 years in fort McMurray, Shields established himself in Nisku and Leduc, operating two of Nisku’s most prominent businesses, the Nisku Truck Stop Restaurants & Pubs and the Airways Country Inn. Shortly after meeting Reeves, Shields and Reeves joined the team that purchased Capital Raceway.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO ARRANGE INTERVIEWS PLEASE CONTACT
KIMBERLY REEVES AT 780 699-9536 KIMBERLY@CASTROLRACEWAY.COM
AND VISIT WWW.KRUSEGLOBAL.COM

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