More Oil & Gas People News

Enable Midstream Partners names Sailor as CFO

Mar 19, 2014

Enable Midstream Partners LP report that Rodney J. Sailor has been named executive vice president and CFO, effective April 1.

Wellsite Rental Services names Johnson president

Mar 19, 2014

Wellsite Rental Services LLC (WRS), a rental equipment provider for the drilling and production sectors of the oil and gas industry, has appointed Mark Johnson as president.

FTTN appoints new CEO

Mar 18, 2014

First Titan Corp. reports that G. Jonathan Piña will be the company’s new president and CEO as it continues plans to expand its oil and natural gas portfolio.

RSI appoints Christie as VP North America

Mar 18, 2014

RSI reports that Murray Christie has joined RSI as vice president of North America. He will be based in Houston.

Aztec names new president

Mar 18, 2014

Aztec Oil & Gas Inc. has elected Jeremy G. Driver as president of the corporation, effective March 17, to replace Fred Zeidman, who has been serving as interim president subsequent to the termination of the previous president by Aztec's board.

ONGC names Sarraf as chairman and managing director

Mar 17, 2014

Dinesh Kumar Sarraf is the new chairman and managing director of ONGC and chairman of ONGC Group of Companies.

Thill to retire as VP at Marathon Oil

Mar 17, 2014

Howard J. Thill, vice president of Corporate, Government and Investor Relations at Marathon Oil Corp., has elected to retire effective April 1, 2014, following 12 years of service.

Newpark Resources makes board changes

Mar 14, 2014

Newpark Resources Inc. reports that Jerry Box, chairman of the board, has announced he will retire following the Annual Stockholders Meeting in May. Also, the company says that Tony Best and Rod Larson have been appointed to the board, effective immediately.

Brazil from risk, reward

Mar 14, 2014

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and summer is displaying the city in her full glory. The city's golden beaches slide into the sea; the warm waters offer cooling respite from the heat to locals and tourists spending time and money.

Politics and the oil industry

Mar 14, 2014

The prominent coverage of widespread opposition to hydraulic fracturing projects from Ohio to California has taken a new turn recently as opponents who cannot stop the fracking now try to impose local bans on pipelines to prevent transport of natural gas liquids from shale sites to midstream or downstream destinations.