Penny Stock News: United States Oil and Gas Corp Names David Lindemann as Chairman of Audit Committee

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AUSTIN, TX – United States Oil and Gas Corp (OTCQB: USOG) (PINKSHEETS: USOG) is pleased to name Director David Lindemann as chairman of the Company’s Audit Committee. The Committee is accountable to the board of directors to perform and report on its oversight responsibilities. These primarily deal with the integrity of the Company’s financial statements and the Company’s accounting and financial reporting process, its accounting policies and practices, and its system of internal control over financial reporting.

CEO Alex Tawse commented, “David is a great choice for Audit Committee Chairman. His accounting experience and business leadership brings additional value to our corporate structure and governance. He will play a key role in our continued efforts to improve the efficiency and accuracy of the reporting process.”

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