ERHC Energy Inc. Announces Changes in Exploration Team
Exploration Manager Gertjan van Mechelen departs
HOUSTON, April 1, 2014 – ERHC Energy Inc. (OTCBB: ERHE), a publicly traded American company with oil and gas assets in Sub-Saharan Africa, today announced that Mr. Gertjan van Mechelen has left the Company effective March 31, 2014, by mutual agreement.
“In a relatively short time as exploration manager, Mr. van Mechelen made significant contributions to ERHC’s progress,” said ERHC President and CEO Peter Ntephe. “We wish Gertjan the best in his future pursuits.”
ERHC’s exploration team will absorb Mr. van Mechelen’s former responsibilities. ERHC’s exploration team consists of a talented and experienced geological and geophysical (G&G) technical staff, including Senior Petroleum Engineer Dr. Ken Seymour, Senior Geophysicist Michael Shafie, Geologist and Geochemist Dr. Peter Thuo who heads ERHC’s Kenya operations, and Geoscientist Martin Wensrich.
About ERHC Energy
ERHC Energy Inc. is a Houston-based independent oil and gas company focused on growth through high impact exploration in Africa and the development of undeveloped and marginal oil and gas fields. ERHC is committed to creating and delivering significant value for its stockholders, investors and employees, and to sustainable and profitable growth through risk balanced smart exploration, cost efficient development and high margin production. For more information, visit www.erhc.com.
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