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  • Jade Gas Holdings (JGH) appoints a new Chief Executive Officer to lead the development of its flagship TT Coal Bed Methane Gas Project in Mongolia
  • Chris Jamieson will take up the role, along with a total fixed remuneration of $347,500 per annum and incentives pending performance hurdles
  • In the new position, Mr Jamieson will be responsible for all aspects of the company’s project in the South Gobi Basin
  • Chris Jamieson will commence in the new role on December 16
  • Jade Gas Holdings dips 2.78 per cent, trading at 7 cents per share at 1:50 pm AEDT

Jade Gas Holdings (JGH) has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer to lead the development of its flagship TT Coal Bed Methane Gas Project in Mongolia.

Chris Jamieson will take up the role, along with a total fixed remuneration of $347,500 per annum and incentives pending performance hurdles.

The new CEO comes from a background in the oil and gas sector, having spent over seven years at Beach Energy (BPT). On his resume is also his co-founding of Jamieson Piper, a capital markets and investor relations firm that serviced clients across a range of industries including oil and gas, mining and manufacturing.

In the new role, Mr Jamieson will be responsible for all aspects of the company’s project in the South Gobi Basin. The company said one of the key goals of this project is to deliver a cleaner energy mix to the country through the production of indigenous natural gas as a substitution for coal and imported electricity.

Jade Gas said the new CEO is joining the company at a pivotal time to bolster the management team, ahead of the upcoming six well program at the TT Coal Bed Methane Gas Project, led by Jade’s General Manager of Technical, Mark Pitkin.

Chris Jamieson will commence in the new role on December 16.

Jade Gas Holdings dipped 2.78 per cent, trading at 7 cents per share at 1:50 pm AEDT.  

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