SOURCE: Trilliant Exploration Corporation

February 02, 2010 16:00 ET

Trilliant Exploration President Resigns

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - February 2, 2010) - Trilliant Exploration Corp. (OTCBB: TTXP) announced today that its President, Mr. William Lieberman, resigned effective January 31, 2010 to pursue other endeavors in the alternative recycling and energy mining industries. Trilliant Exploration appointed Jeffrey Sternberg to the Board and he took over as President and Director effective February 1, 2010. Since 2007, Mr. Sternberg has served as an analyst for Trafalgar Capital.

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