Callon CEO Joe Gatto tells the Natchez Democrat that the decision to officially move the corporate headquarters provides a clearer picture of Callon’s operations to investors and was a natural one that happened as the company’s business interests changed.
Gatto says they once had operations in the Gulf of Mexico and the Gulf Coast and now their assets are in Texas. But Gatto says he believes the company’s future is bright as is its continuing presence in Natchez.
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