4 Finalists Vying to be Wyo. Oil, Gas Supervisor
CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Two longtime employees of the Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission are among the finalists to become Wyoming's next oil and gas supervisor.
The Associated Press reports the commission plans to interview four finalists Tuesday.
They include Jesse Taylor, who is president of Loveland, Colo.-based Remington Technologies. The company specializes in oil and gas spill remediation.
The two commission employees in the running are principal petroleum engineer Mark Watson and engineering manager Richard Marvel.
The other finalist is former Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission director Grant Black, whose experience includes working as director of governmental affairs for Tulsa, Okla.-based Samson Resources.
Bob King has been serving as interim Wyoming oil and gas supervisor since Tom Doll quit in June.