Staci Taruscio’s wealth of expertise led her to branch out on her own. In May 2015, she founded Tulsa, Okla.-based E&P Rebellion Energy LLC, backed by Natural Gas Partners, and serves as president and CEO.
The industry can take plenty of steps to help attract and retain the younger generation.
Stephanie Reed joined Parsley Energy in 2010 and previously served as the Permian Basin-focused company's vice president of land.
The CEO says he favors consolidation over diversification, adding that it’s time to focus on returns rather than growth.
At the beginning of 2014, Kyle Derham joined Rice Energy at an active and exciting time. The company IPOed that January when he signed on as vice president of finance. During his first year at Rice, the company issued more equity to finance an acquisition, executed its inaugural bond offering, and then took Rice’s midstream as-sets public through a master limited partnership.
When BP oss Bob Dudley clinched a final deal to settle litigation over the deadly Deepwater Horizon disaster, many oil industry executives and investors thought his mission was accomplished.
New DNV GL executive Cuoco boasts expertise in data science, change and risk management.
Roberts will be responsible for Gastar's operating activity as the company continues to de-risk and delineate the various productive formations on its 62,600 net acre position in the Stack Play.
While a poll revealed employee headcount will remain stable over the next year, oil and gas companies must assess leadership styles and bear in mind the desires of millennials joining their ranks.
Two launches illustrate the different ways entrepreneurs are putting money to work in today’s oil and gas market.