Frontera Resources Appoints New Executive Director

Junior energy firm Frontera Resources Corporation announced Thursday that Zaza Mamulaishvili has been appointed to the board as an executive director with immediate effect.

Mamulaishvili is a co-founder of Frontera Resources Corporation and currently serves as the president of the company. Since Frontera was founded in 1997, Mamulaishvili has been the general director of the company’s business in the Greater Black Sea region.

Before co-founding Frontera Resources Mamulaishvili was founder and president of crude oil exporting company MTA Ltd. Mamulaishvili holds 71,453,026 ordinary shares in Frontera Resources, representing 2.18 percent of the company’s issued share capital.



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