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Pantheon Resources appoints new director

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Pantheon Resources has appointed Phillip Anthony Gobe as Senior Independent Non-Executive Director with immediate effect.

Before joining Pioneer, Mr Gobe was chief operating officer and President at energy partners, Ltd. where he was responsible for exploration and production activities for the company, as well as land and business development activities. He retired from his full-time role at the company in 2007 and from the board in 2008.

The 64-year-old is also the Lead director and chairman of the nomination and compensation committee of Scientific Drilling International Inc, the fifth largest provider of directional drilling and measurement equipment and operational services, with 2015 annual revenues exceeding $360million.

He spent the majority of his early career with Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) in various roles and capacities in drilling, operations, human resources, health and safety and senior management. This included a role as operations manager of Prudhoe Bay in Alaska, ARCO’s largest and most valuable asset. Mr. Gobe completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Texas and earned an MBA at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette.

John Walmsley, non-executive chairman, said: “I am delighted to announce Phillip’s announcement to the board of Pantheon at such an important time in the development of our business. He brings a wealth of relevant US industry operational experience, not only in terms of his accomplished technical and drilling/engineering knowledge, but also in the key areas of leadership, human resource and corporate governance. It is a testament to the quality of Pantheon’s assets that we were able to attract an individual of this calibre, reputation and track record to join us. As we look forward to planned first production in spring 2017 and continuing our journey towards unlocking the value across our significant acreage position, being able to draw on such operational experience and expertise will be invaluable to us.”

Mr Gobe added: “It is clear to me that Pantheon has an exciting future ahead of it and I am looking forward to helping the company move forward into its new role as a production company. I have worked with Jay Cheatham in the past and I have every confidence that he and his team will make a big success of the next growth phase of the business”.

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