Kenneth W. “Ken” Boedeker and David W. Trice are taking on different roles at EOG Resources Inc. (NYSE: EOG).

Boedeker, who currently services as vice president and general manager of EOG’s Denver office, has been promoted to executive vice president, E&P, for EOG, the company said in a Nov. 26 news release. He will join the headquarters executive management team effective Dec. 1. In Denver, Boedeker’s responsibilities cover operations in the Powder River Basin, Williston Basin and Denver-Julesburg Basin.

Trice, currently executive vice president, E&P, will move to and assume responsibility for EOG’s Denver office as executive vice president and general manager. He will continue to report to EOG COO Lloyd W. “Billy” Helms Jr.

“Ken and David are exceptional leaders that epitomize the EOG culture,” EOG Chairman and CEO William R. “Bill” Thomas said in the release. “Both Ken and David have proven track records of managing technical and operational teams for exploration and development success. This rotation will further strengthen EOG’s deep bench of high-caliber leadership.”

Boedeker has more than 33 years of industry experience and 24 years of service with EOG, while Trice has 25 years of industry experience and nearly 20 years of service with EOG.

Prior to leading EOG’s Denver office, Boedeker was vice president of engineering and acquisitions at EOG’s headquarters and held technical and managerial positions of increasing responsibility across multiple offices within EOG, the release said.

Before joining the headquarters executive management team in 2013, Trice served as vice president and general manager of EOG’s Fort Worth office, after holding various roles of increasing responsibility since being hired as a senior geologist in EOG’s Midland office in 1999, the release said.