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In addition to strong Bakken core extension test results, Marathon Oil also continued to chip away at its remaining $1 billion share buyback program.
Michael Rozenfeld, partner and geoscience lead at Boomtown Oil, a privately-owned, Houston-based E&P focused on the Lower 48 that he helped co-found, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Kyle Ramachandran, Solaris Oilfield Infrastructure’s president and CFO who helped form the Houston-based company when he was 29 years old.
EOG Resources’ South Texas asset package, being marketed for sale by TenOaks Energy Advisors, comprises operational control in legacy fields in the prolific Frio trend area.
Manuj Nikhanj, who helps steer RS Energy Group as president and co-CEO of the Calgary, Alberta-based intelligence firm, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
Earl Reynolds, Chaparral Energy CEO, recently discussed with Hart Energy what allowed recent success in the company's positions in Garfield and Canadian counties, plus an interesting employee compensation plan tied to productivity.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Maggie Niekrash, who helped co-found The Huntington National Bank’s energy team in 2012 and grow its portfolio to over $1.5 billion in loan commitments.
Timothy Cutt, who most recently served as CEO of Cobalt International Energy, will join QEP Resources to serve as president and CEO of the pure-play Permian Basin company.
Petrie Partners’ Jacob Nagy, an energy investment banker who has packed a lifetime’s worth of accomplishments into his 11-year career, is today’s Forty Under 40 honoree.
Competition is having a tremendous effect on shaping the new environment among Oklahoma’s Scoop and Stack plays.
Today’s Forty Under 40 honoree is Lindsey McCarty, vice president of reservoir engineering and business development at EnCap-backed PayRock Energy II which focuses on the Anadarko Basin.
An undisclosed company, which Berry Petroleum CEO Trem Smith described as a local operator, agreed to acquire the East Texas Basin position where production is 100% gas for $6.7 million.