San Leon Energy appoints The College to roll out communications strategy
San Leon Energy plc is a fast-growing oil and gas exploration
company with an extensive portfolio of assets in Europe and North
Africa that will enable it to provide the energy solutions for the
The College's team will work with Nick Elwes, Head of Oil &
Gas PR at College Hill, already retained by the client, to roll out
the client's 2012 communications programme.
The programme activities will include social media set up and
implementation, engagement around blogs, forums and groups, the
development of a new corporate website, creation of new content,
crisis planning and search engine optimisation.
Desiree Collier, Partner, The College: "This is a great
opportunity to support San Leon Energy's aim to become a leading
European oil & gas player".
Oisin Fanning, Chairman of San Leon Energy plc: "We've been
growing fast, with three rapid acquisitions. Now it's time to
embrace social media and enhance and extend the reach of our
communications programme. So I'm pleased to have The College on
board to help us achieve our goals."
Notes for editors:
San Leon is an independent fast growing oil and gas
exploration company and is Europe's leading shale gas company by
acreage. The Company has an extensive portfolio of assets in Europe
and North Africa that will enable it to provide energy solutions
for the future.
San Leon's assets are located in Poland, Morocco, Albania,
Ireland, Spain and Italy. The Company's portfolio across these
geographies is made up of both shale (Poland Baltic Basin, Morocco
and Spain) and conventional exploration assets.
San Leon's key objective is to grow the Company
significantly and to become a leading European oil and gas player
delivering value to all its stakeholders. To achieve this San Leon,
since it was founded in 1995, has built a balanced portfolio as
well as an exceptional technical team.
The Company is listed on London's Alternative Investment
Market (ticker symbol: SLE). As at 30 June 2011 the Company had
€42.2 million of cash and cash equivalents.
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