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Prady Iyyanki has been appointed CEO and president of Houston-based Forum Energy Technologies (NYSE: FET) as part of a long-planned transition, according to a news release. Iyyanki, who currently serves as president and COO of the global oilfield products company, will succeed C. Christopher Gaut, effective May 16.
Geologist Rich Masterson discusses the Wolfbone play in the Delaware Basin, which he 'originated.'
Oil and Gas Investor talked to founder and CEO Autry Stephens about the Midland, Texas, company's origins and current operations in the 'envied' Permian.
Vice president of business development and land Trey Stanton discussed the origins and plans of Austin, Texas-based Tight Rock Resources LLC.
Scott Thomson, Talisman's current chief financial officer, is leaving the company to become president and CEO of Finning International.
The company estimates that production will swell 17% annually through 2017.
The initial 30-day production rates from the two wells set a record for the company's best-performing wells in the Marcellus.
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Revenue for the quarter was $1.56MM, representing year-over-year growth of 1,400%, according to the company.
The company reported a 100% drilling success rate in the third quarter of 2011 consisting of 14 gross (14 net) light oil wells at Evi and 1 gross (1 net) natural gas well in the Nikanassin resource play at Narraway.
Drilling Olmos and Edwards gas has been a sweet love of Lewis Energy’s Rod Lewis for nearly 30 years, but with the Eagle Ford shale rush at hand, Lord knows this bird can change.
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