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Intrepid announces new CEO


April 10, 2008
By Intrepid Technology and Resources Inc.

April 10, 2008, Idaho Falls, Idaho
– The board of directors of Intrepid Technology and Resources, Inc., an
Idaho-based renewable biogas alternate energy and soil amendment
company, has appointed Jack Haffey, former executive vice president and
chief operating officer of Montana Power, to the position of chief
executive officer of the company.

April 10, 2008, Idaho Falls, Idaho – The board of directors of Intrepid Technology and Resources, Inc., an Idaho-based renewable biogas alternate energy and soil amendment company, has appointed Jack Haffey, former executive vice president and chief operating officer of Montana Power, to the position of chief executive officer of the company.

"Jack is the right man at the right time,” says Lynn Smith, board chairman. “His executive credentials in the energy and power sector combined with his strong business background are exactly what we need to lift the company to the next level. We are both fortunate and delighted to have him assume the responsibilities of chief executive officer."

ITR specializes in renewable biogas alternate energy and soil amendment projects. The company is involved in projects at the Whitesides and Westpoint dairy farms in Idaho.

"When I joined the Intrepid Board, I expressed my belief that Intrepid has a noble purpose – that of making a significant contribution to the environmental wellbeing of the planet,” says Haffey. “The company is now poised to do just that. I am pleased that the board of directors has given me the opportunity to join the Intrepid leadership team to help us take our next strategic steps.

Intrepid intends to begin a major manure-to-methane project in Idaho, with the dairy farm sector as a partner.


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