- Brookside Energy (BRK) has appointed Gracjan Lambert as Executive General Manager Commercial
- Gracjan brings over 23 years' experience in the international oil and gas industry
- He holds a PhD in Geophysics and has previous experience in joint ventures and leading negotiations and analysing prospective acquisitions
- Managing Director, David Prentice, is pleased to have Gracjan on board, especially while Brookside is building the asset base in the Anadarko Basin
- Company shares are up 25 per cent and are trading for 0.5 cents
Brookside Energy (BRK) has appointed Gracjan Lambert as Executive General Manager Commercial.
Gracjan will work across the strategy, business development, commercial, and corporate affairs areas. He'll also work closely with Managing Director, David Prentice.
"Gracjan will be working closely with the Board and the team at Black Mesa and we are delighted that he has agreed to join our group, particularly at this time when we are seeing so much opportunity to build on the exciting asset base we have already secured in Oklahoma," Managing Director David Prentice said.
Black Mesa Energy is Brookside's U.S. subsidiary and has recently become responsible for identifying, acquiring and operating the properties within the Anadarko Basin in Oklahoma. Black Mesa is doing so on behalf of the joint venture formed in June between Brookside and Stonehorse Energy (SHE).
Gracjan brings over 23 years' experience in the international oil and gas industry.
For five years, Mr Lambert worked as a Commercial Advisor for ExxonMobil which involved leading negotiations and conducting a commercial analysis of prospective acquisitions.
He holds a PhD in Geophysics and has previous experience in joint venture relationships, commercial management and in economically evaluating onshore projects in the U.S.
"We are extremely pleased to have Gracjan join Brookside at this time. His appointment will bring considerable experience and energy to our team as we continue to execute our forward plan," David stated.
Company shares are up 25 per cent and are trading for 0.5 cents each at 11:33 am AEST.