Echo Energy a very exciting time for the company and stakeholders (Interview)

Echo Energy plc (LON:ECHO) Chief Executive Officer Martin Hull joins DirectorsTalk to chat about the latest update from the company. Martin shares his thoughts on the changes in the market now that Echo has passed a challenging period, talks about a bond restructuring and how it will help the company, how Martin expects production to benefit from higher commodity prices and additional capex this year, other projects coming to fruition, an increase in oil demand and what investors should look out for over the coming months.

Echo Energy is a full cycle, exploration led, gas focused AIM-listed E&P with an exciting asset base in Latin America.

The company has an ambitious growth strategy to deliver shareholder value from both the existing portfolio and new opportunities. 

The Company is led by a highly experienced team with strong regional connections and an indisputable track record in building mid cap AIM listed gas businesses with sustainable value growth for private investors.

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