Alamo Energy, an independent oil and gas exploration company, has named Don Sebastian as chief financial officer (CFO). Sebastian has over 37 years of experience in the oil and gas industry and brings with him a wealth of finance and operational expertise to Alamo.
During that time, he has served in multiple senior level positions in the oil and gas industry, such as vice president of onshore operations and business development with Michael Baker, a civil engineering and oil and gas service company with worldwide operations, and as senior vice president (SVP) responsible for the Gulf Coast onshore and offshore business unit and as CFO of JM Huber. Sebastian began his career in 1974 at Texaco, prior to joining JM Huber in 1979. He has a BS Degree in Business Administration from Trinity University.
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