EOG Resources Inc. appointed Lynn A. Dugle to its board of directors effective March 1, according to a press release on Feb. 8.
Dugle's appointment will follow James C. Day's retirement from the board at the end of his term and will not stand for re-election at the company's annual stockholders meeting in 2023.
Day led offshore drilling company Noble Corp. as board chairman from 1992 to 2007 before joining EOG's board as a director in 2008.
"Jim's counsel and support was integral to EOG's success navigating several commodity price cycles and growing to become one of the largest and most successful independent E&P companies and a technology leader in the oil and gas sector," Ezra Y. Yacob commented in the release.
With extensive engineering and technology experience, Dugle previously served as CEO of engineering and technology consulting firm Engility Holdings beginning in 2016 and though the company's sale in 2019.
Prior to this, she served as vice president of engineering, technology and quality and president of intelligence, information and services, among other roles, at Raytheon Co. and held international and officer-level positions for ADC Telecommunications.
"Lynn's extensive background across several technology markets, including telecommunications, intelligence, and cybersecurity, will be a valuable asset and a great fit for EOG's unique position as a technology leader in the oil and gas sector," Yacob said.
Data Analysis of BHA Components Optimizes Performance
2023-04-17 - Turnco's software component inspection portal can decrease catastrophic bottomhole assembly failures for operators in the Permian Basin.
2023 E&P Meritorious Awards for Engineering Innovation
2023-04-13 - Hart Energy’s Meritorious Awards for Engineering Innovation recognizes 17 technologies for engineering excellence in the upstream petroleum industry and highlights new products and technologies that demonstrate innovation in concept, design and application.
Rig Providers Focus on Advancements to Keep Up with E&P’s Needs
2023-03-27 - With the offshore drilling market on a positive upswing, rig companies are trying to meet demand while adding the latest bells and whistles to their fleets.
Nabors Sees Digital Twin Tech Improving Safety on Rigs
2023-03-16 - Virtual modeling of real-world rig floors can help robots relieve humans of the most dangerous jobs.
BP Brings Mad Dog Phase 2 Online
2023-04-13 - BP brings its $9 billion Mad Dog Phase 2 project to fruition after announcing the Argo platform started production six miles away from the Mad Dog spar.