DALLAS, Feb. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sonoran Energy, Inc. (OTC:SNRN.PK), the independent oil and gas exploration and production company, today announced the appointment of UHY LLP (UHY) as its new independently registered public accounting firm. Based in Chicago, Illinois, UHY is a leading public accounting and advisory services firm with over 30 years of extensive experience working with publicly listed companies. The firm has 31 offices throughout the U.S., including locations in both Dallas and Houston. UHY is an independent member of the firm Urbach Hacker Young International Limited, which has over 180 offices in 57 countries.
Andrew Williams, Sonoran Energy's Chief Financial Officer commented: "The decision to appoint UHY was unanimously approved by our Board of Directors. We chose UHY for their strong reputation, vast technical expertise, and impressive experience with oil and gas clients. UHY prides themselves on their professionalism and commitment to client service, positioning the firm as the clear choice for Sonoran Energy. Furthermore, UHY has the size necessary to support Sonoran's projected growth. We look forward to working closely with UHY to facilitate timely filings and transparent financial information for our investor community."
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About Sonoran Energy, Inc.
Sonoran Energy is a US-based independent oil and gas company that explores, develops, and enhances the performance of high value oil and gas opportunities. With a focus on health, safety and the environment, we leverage the Company's innovative organizational alignment model with leading technical partners.
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