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June 16, 2021

HOUSTON-BASED GLOBAL GAS DISTRIBUTION COMPANY LAUNCHES Veratex Gas Group 

Veratex Gas Group, an independent global gas distribution start-up specializing in the highest-quality gases,liquids, equipment and service, today announces the launch of the company. Founded by a team of professionals with decades of experience in the industrial and specialty gas industries, Veratex Gas Group’s mission is to enrich lives through global gas distribution. “We are pleased to announce the formation of Veratex Gas Group,” said Russell Willingham, CEO of Veratex Gas Group. “We are primed and ready to fill a gap in the industry by creating a sustainable, people-oriented work environment and providing innovative solutions with our superior products, competitive prices and first-class customer service.” Veratex Gas Group has assembled an expert team with extensive backgrounds in the industry, handling everything from small cylinder accounts to overseeing the gas needs of numerous multi-billion dollar facilities serving nearly every continent. Willingham and partners, John Armstrong and Daniel Willingham, spearheaded the formation of the company after realizing they could distribute gases and liquids more efficiently, economically and safely than current independent suppliers on a global scale. With a cultivated industry network and special expertise in sourcing and handling high purity products,VeratexGas Group is uniquely positioned to handle a myriad of applications.“We pride ourselves on providing creative and cost-effective solutions for different complexities,helping our clients to operate more safely and efficiently,” said Willingham. “Our company exists to be good stewards,enriching the lives of our employees, customers,suppliers,community and the environment.”Veratex Gas Group also contributes to Carbon Offsets to Alleviate Poverty (www.COTAP.org), a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower individuals and organizations in developed countries to address both climate change and global poverty.