John C. Marshall – Petroleum & Business Development Specialist
- (918) 749-6016
“Over thirty years’ experience in petroleum land, marketing and business development.”
Oil & Gas business specialist in the following areas:
Business Development – Assist in developing exploration or development plans, company acquisition or divestiture plans or due diligence in mineral purchase package plans or sales. Negotiate terms of sales or purchases. Strategic company development planning.
Marketing – Oil & Gas/NGL – Market at best terms oil, gas & NGL produced or purchased third party production. Negotiate remarkets of existing production or acquisitions, physical or NYMEX positions, provide due diligence review on acquisitions or sales, pipeline feasibility or midstream transportation. Previous refinery supply experience.
Land – Mineral leasing, landman title, title curative, Oklahoma Corporation Commission testimony, spacing & pooling applications, surface settlement including pipeline & electric right-of-way easements, BIA/BLM issues, due diligence review on acquisitions or sales, OCC regulatory compliance.
Experience: Latest – Red Fork Energy, Executive Vice President of Operations and Business Development. Instrumental in growing exploration independent from start up in 2006 to over $300 million in total capitalization in 2013. Development was primarily in Mississippi Lime/Woodford play in Oklahoma. Red Fork is traded on the Australian (ASX) Exchange as well as OTC in the U.S. Fortune 500 company energy experience. B.S. degree in Business. Industry national recognition in NGL marketing, pipeline hub development for gas trading and electronic natural gas trading. Expert witness credentials with Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Experience in OK, TX, LA, KS, MS, CO, WY, MT, and ND.
American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL), Natural Gas and Energy Association of Oklahoma (NGEAO), Oklahoma Independent Producer’s Association (OIPA), American Petroleum Institute (API).
- Bachelor of Business Administration, Oklahoma State University