Falcon appoints chief operating officer

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Jan. 15 -- Falcon Oil & Gas Ltd. appointed Rod Wallis chief operating officer. The company also announced James Edwards was named to a new position as senior vice-president, special projects.

Having been in the oil and gas industry for 22 years, Wallis has worked for Falcon since September 2007. Before that, he was senior exploration geologist for PetroHunter Energy Corp.

Falcon is a British Columbia oil and gas company having operations in Hungary through its wholly owned subsidiary TXM Oil & Gas Exploration LLC and in Romania through its wholly owned subsidiary JVX Energy Corp.

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