Appointment of Ozodkhon Davlatshoev as Tethys’ representative in Tajikistan

June 30, 2015

Tethys Petroleum Limited is pleased to announce that, with effect from 06 July 2015, Ozodkhon Davlatshoev will join Tethys as Director of the Representative Office of Tethys Tajikistan Limited in Tajikistan.

Ozodkhon has a strong background in Middle Eastern Studies with a BA in the subject, a BSc in Economics and an MBA (UK) and brings extensive strategic and project experience to the Company’s operations in Tajikistan. Ozodkhon will join Tethys from the Industrial Promotion Services/Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development in Central Asia, where he has been working since 2006 and responsible for the development and execution of high profile investment projects in Central Asia in the fields of Energy, Telecommunications, Banking and Industrials. In addition, he remains Honorary Consul of Sweden in Tajikistan and on the Board of the Central Eurasian Leadership Alliance.

In his new role, Ozodkhon will be responsible for liaising on behalf of Tethys’ with local government authorities and international organizations, co-ordinating with Bokhtar PSC partners’ representatives’ in Tajikistan, representing Kulob Petroleum Limited as an alternative member both to the Operating Committee and Coordination Committee under the Bokthar PSC, monitoring political, economic and security matters in-country and analysing future business opportunities in the region.

John Bell, Chairman of Tethys Petroleum said:
“We are delighted that Ozodkhon has agreed to join Tethys as our representative in Tajikistan as we develop our world class asset, the Bokhtar Production Sharing Contract, with our partners Total and CNPC. It is an exciting time for the Company and we look forward to Ozodkhon’s in-country expertise to strengthen existing relationships and to help take this project forward.”

For more information please contact:

CAMARCO (Financial PR)
Billy Clegg / Georgia Mann
+44(0)203 757 4983

About Tethys
Tethys is focused on oil and gas exploration and production activities in Central Asia and the Caspian Region. This highly prolific oil and gas area is rapidly developing and Tethys believes that significant potential exists in both exploration and in discovered deposits.