Posts Tagged ‘Gary Newberry’

Switch to natural gas a winner for Callon

by Clay Chandler Published: November 21,2010

Tags: Callon Petroleum, Fred Callon, Gary Newberry

One-fifth of production to come from onshore drilling by year’s end Callon Petroleum’s plan to reinvest revenue generated by its offshore drilling operations into onshore drilling operations has proven to be wise decision. Fred Callon, Callon’s chairman and CEO, said in a third quarter earnings conference call with analysts last week that onshore drilling represented […] [...]

Callon: Onshore operations exceeding expectations

by Clay Chandler Published: November 7,2010

Tags: Callon Petroleum Co., Fred Callon, Gary Newberry

Haynesville Shale producing, but the Natchez-based petroleum group is minimizing recovery there in the interest of long term production results Natchez-based Callon Petroleum Co.’s move into onshore drilling is apparently paying off. In a late September operations update, the company said proved reserves increased to 13 million net barrels of oil equivalent (MMBoe) on Sept. […] [...]

Callon adds new team members

Callon Petroleum Company has announced several employees have joined the company to assist it in enhancing and implementing its new technical and financial objectives. Gary Newberry is now vice president, production and development. He is a graduate of Marietta College with a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering. Newberry joined Callon at the first of the […] [...]

Callon brings in Newberry

by MBJ Staff Published: April 11,2010

Tags: Callon Petroleum Company, Gary Newberry

Callon Petroleum Company announces that Gary Newberry has joined the company as vice president, production and development. He will be responsible for all of Callon’s production operations, engineering, and development activity. Newberry joins Callon after 33 years with Marathon Oil Company, where his production operations, drilling and project execution experience in the Gulf of Mexico, […] [...]

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