FTTN appoints new CEO

First Titan Corp.

First Titan Corp. (OTCBB: FTTN) reports that G. Jonathan Piña will be the company’s new president and CEO as it continues plans to expand its oil and natural gas portfolio.

Piña, who has served as a consultant to FTTN since 2013, possesses an extensive background in the oil and gas industry, including financial and transaction experience, conventional exploration and production, unconventional resource development, liquefied natural gas commercialization, midstream operations, crude refining, and oilfield service. He was the managing partner and co-founder of Pimuro Capital Partners, a financial advisory firm serving small cap energy companies. Piña was also previously the CFO at Circle Star Energy Corp. from 2011 to 2013.

Piña also served as a consultant/project manager at global investment banking firm Jeffries, and was founder/consultant at GJP Consulting. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Rice University, and his Master of Business Administration degree from the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Management at Rice University.

FTTN is an oil and gas energy company that has projects in Alabama, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas, and is currently exploring additional acquisition targets.



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