Emily Morris

PetroTal Announces New Director, Emily Morris to Join PetroTal’s Board of Directors

Calgary, AB and Houston, TX – PetroTal Corp. is pleased to announce that Emily Morris has joined the PetroTal board of directors.

Emily Morris Appointed to PetroTal’s Board

The Company welcomes Emily Morris, who was recently appointed to PetroTal’s Board. Ms. Morris joins as an independent non-executive director, bringing over 20 years of experience in energy capital markets, M&A and ESG to the Board. Ms. Morris is currently a private corporate finance consultant, having previously led the energy team for a number of investment banks in London. Her career spans equity research, fund management, sales, corporate broking and advisory across the energy and resources sectors.

Manuel Pablo Zuniga-Pflucker, President and Chief Executive Officer, commented:

“I would like to extend a very warm welcome to Emily Morris who has now joined the Company’s board of
directors. Her past experience in M&A and corporate finance should help guide the Company’s capital
allocation strategies for years to come.”


PetroTal is a publicly traded, tri-quoted (TSX: TAL, AIM: PTAL and OTCQX: PTALF) oil and gas development and production Company domiciled in Calgary, Alberta, focused on the development of oil assets in Peru. PetroTal’s flagship asset is its 100% working interest in Bretana oil field in Peru’s Block 95 where oil production was initiated in June 2018. In early 2022, PetroTal became the largest crude oil producer in Peru. The Company’s management team has significant experience in developing and exploring for oil in Peru and is led by a Board of Directors that is focused on safely and cost effectively developing the Bretana oil field. It is actively building new initiatives to champion community sensitive energy production, benefiting all stakeholders.

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