SOURCE: ECOLOGIX Resource Group

ECOLOGIX Resource Group

November 10, 2009 08:31 ET

ECOLOGIX Resource Group Appoints Captain Martin Mohlie Tope Vice President of African Administration

BEVERLY HILLS, CA--(Marketwire - November 10, 2009) - ECOLOGIX Resource Group (OTCBB: EXRG), a natural resource company focused on the timber industry and production of alternative energy solutions, today announced the appointment Captain Martin Mohlie Tope as Vice President of African Administration.

Since 2003, Captain Tope has served as CEO and President of the Camerican Group. The Camerican Group services over 24,000 subscribers in both France and South Africa, and boasts such marquee clients as Exxon Mobil, Marathon Oil, Nobel Energy, Bechtel, and the government of Equatorial Guinea. From 1995 to 2003, Captain Tope served as the government's liaison regarding the privatization of the Cameroonian National Airline. Captain Tope possesses an in-depth knowledge of timber and petroleum exploitation derived from years of working for European timber and petroleum companies operating in the deep jungles of the Congo basin, Equatorial Guinea and extensively in Cameroon.

Jason Fine, Chairman and CEO of ECOLOGIX Resource Group, said, "Captain Tope is a seasoned executive whose years of experience working in and around the timber industry will add significant value. His deep rooted relationships within the timber industry, coupled with his ability to navigate the often daunting geo-political environment in Africa, should prove to be invaluable to ECOLOGIX."

About ECOLOGIX Resource Group

ECOLOGIX Resource Group is a natural resource company focused on the timber industry and production of alternative energy solutions in accordance with the most stringent environmental standards regulating these industries. Additional information on ECOLOGIX Resource Group is available on its website, www.ecologixrg.com.

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