Dr. Geoffrey Wilson  -  Senior Vice President of  Corporate Affairs
Brilliant Petroleum Company

Dr. Wilson brings to BrillPetCo 43 years experience that includes executive level management, entrepreneurial enterprises, new company start ups, plant start ups, strategic planning, oxygenated fuels, the process and catalyst side of the oil refining industry, the catalyst manufacturing industry, the development, commercialization, and production of petroleum refining process catalysts and patents covering hydro processing and fluid cracking. Owner of a Consulting company since 1985 specializing in start-up company evaluations, business plans, project financing and refinery processing.  





Lost Star Mines, Inc.                        2009 – Present

Mystic Metals, Inc.   President          2009 – Present

CoalStar, Inc.  President/CEO          2007 – Present

Parc Technical Services,  Inc.  President/CEO   2000 - 2008


Syncrude Technology, Inc.  President/CEO    1995 – Present                          


Wilson & Associates     President   1984 – Present


CRI International, Inc.        January 1984 – November 1984

Senior Vice-President -Technology & Commercial Development



 Katalistiks, Inc.    President         1981 – 1983

Company was a grass roots start up developer and manufacturer of fluid cracking catalyst for the refining industry



Filtrol Corporation 

Manager of Sales and Marketing,  General Product Manager and Vice President Refinery Catalyst.  

– 1981

Company was the number two supplier of refinery catalysts listed on the NYSE. Held positions as

Built Sales to record levels.   Acquired a related service to enhance profits.  Guided R&D staff of over 60 professionals and hourly people through development of the company's most  significant Fluid Cracking and Hydrotreating Catalysts. Developed and implemented significant plant process improvements. Prepared company's one year and five year Strategic Plans. Implemented plans and monitored company performance against plan. Exercised overall control of company manufacturing operations and R&D with P&L responsibility  for the optimization of profits. Conceived and implemented new strategy of "Total Service" supplier in the Hydrotreating Catalyst market. Conceived and implemented low cost conversion of plant, due to be demolished, into a high profit generating  facility.

Gulf Research & Development Co.       

Senior Research Chemist

– 1973

Directed  development  group which commercialized proprietary processes and catalysts.  6 new products

were developed, patented and commercialized which resulted in Gulf becoming the leading licensor of

heavy oil  desulfurization processes.  Royalties to Gulf increased by over $ 4 million per year.

Monitored  Gulf's refineries and process licenses operations.


Mellon Institute, NATO Research Fellow    1966  – 1968


MBA - Executive Program -      PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY, California, 1980


PhD - Chemistry - Catalysis -   THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL, England, 1966


B.Sc .Honours - Chemistry -     THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL, England, 1963


PATENTS     15                 PUBLICATIONS      25