Americas Energy Company
(PublicWire) — Americas Energy Company-AECo (OTCBB: AENY) announced Tuesday that AENY has added Cecil Lewis to their executive team as its Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Mr. Lewis brings AENY more than 30 years of coal industry experience and was most recently employed by Prestige Processing Co. of Manchester, Kentucky. Mr. Lewis began his career with Blue Diamond Coal Company in 1977. While Mr. Lewis was the General Manager of Fuel Procurement for Kentucky May Coal Company he was responsible for the purchase and delivery of 6,000,000 tons of coal annually.
“The addition of Cecil Lewis to the AENY executive team grants us direct access to the end burner of our coal,” said Chris Headrick, President and Co-CEO of Americas Energy Company. Mr. Headrick added, “With the acquisition of the reserves held by Evans Coal Corporation, we realized the need to negotiate directly with our customers. Those negotiations will require experience to properly develop and exploit the incredible resources assembled by the Evan’s family over the last 40 years. Cecil brings AENY the depth of experience necessary to facilitate sales, maximize profit and structure the associated logistics required to insure the products delivery. With Cecil’s assistance we will more fully develop our high quality specialty coals to the both the local and the international markets.” Please visit our website www.AmericasEnergyCompany.com to view Mr. Lewis’ resume.
About Americas Energy Company
We are a consolidator of high quality energy properties, operating out of our main offices in Knoxville, TN. We currently operate projects in both Kentucky and Tennessee. AECo invests in energy projects throughout the Americas. We are currently evaluating several additional coal projects, as well as an oil and gas rework project in Southeastern Kentucky.
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