– (via BUSINESS WIRE
) – Columbia Energy Corp., formerly known as Let’s Talk Recovery, Inc., announced today the refocus of our strategy and the adoption of a new business plan in order to increase shareholder value. Columbia Energy Corp. has commenced operations as “a heavy industrial engineering, procurement and construction company focused on the refining, petrochemical and Oil & Gas industries.
” More information is available on our new website at http://www.columbiaenergycorp.com
In order to implement Columbia Energy Corp.’s new business plan, the Company has engaged a new CEO with deep industry experience, David D. Mathews. Mr. Mathews was added to the board as a Director and has agreed to serve as Chief Executive Officer and President. With over thirty eight (38) years of experience in the industry, Mr. Mathews’ experience includes growing multiple heavy industrial service companies from less than $10M to well over $100M in revenue.
“Columbia Energy Corp. is already well positioned in the global construction services industry with a focus on clients in the refining, petrochemical and Oil & Gas industries.
” Mr. Robert C. Rhodes
, Chairman of Columbia Energy Corp. continued, “Our management team and business plan have already caused a stir in the industry. We look forward to keeping our shareholders apprised of the next phase in our strategy – organic growth, leveraging the experienced managers that are joining our team and key acquisitions.
About Columbia Energy Corp.
Columbia Energy Corp. (“COLC“), formerly known as Let’s Talk Recovery, Inc., is a heavy industrial engineering, procurement and construction company focused on the refining, petrochemical and Oil & Gas industries. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, COLC provides safe and high quality services to clients worldwide and is publicly quoted by OTC Markets under the symbol “COLC“.
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