Black Elk appoints new executives

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Sept. 29 -- Black Elk Energy, Houston, has appointed Terrell Clark executive vice-president and chief technology officer and Joe Matthews vice-president, land.

Clark has 28 years of experience in reservoir engineering and field exploitation. He joins Black Elk following the sale of his privately held, Houston-based petroleum consulting company Atlantis E&P Services Inc. to Hamilton Engineering in 2007.

Prior to joining Black Elk, Matthews was manager of business development for Callon Petroleum Operating Co. in Houston where he was responsible for identifying, evaluating, and executing joint venture and partnering opportunities. In his new position, Matthews will focus primarily on opportunities in the Gulf of Mexico and onshore South Louisiana.

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