|By Marketwired .||
|April 25, 2014 01:58 PM EDT||
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/25/14 -- Big Sky Petroleum Corporation (TSX VENTURE:BSP)(OTCBB:BGKYF) ("Big Sky" or the "Company") announces the following management changes.
Mark T. Brown, CA, has been appointed as the interim President & CEO and the Board will commence a search for a new CEO. Mark was formerly the CFO and also continues on as a Director.
Winnie Wong, CA, has been appointed as the interim Chief Financial Officer. Winnie is the CFO of other TSXV issuers and is also the Vice President of Pacific Opportunity Capital Ltd.
Sam Nastat has resigned as President, CEO and a Director as of April 24th, 2014 to pursue other endeavours. The Board of Directors thanks Sam for his efforts over the past three years.
Big Sky is currently working to raise capital or find partners to advance its oil and gas property in Texas.
The Annual General Meeting of Big Sky has been scheduled for June 4th, 2014.
About Big Sky
Big Sky Petroleum Corp. (TSX VENTURE:BSP) is a Canadian oil and gas exploration company with properties in Texas and Montana. The Company is currently focused on the development of unconventional tight oil reservoirs in the Southern Midland Basin of West Texas, and the Southern Alberta Basin of Montana.
Mark T. Brown, President and Chief Executive Officer
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