Andrew Rische – Land and Business Development Manager
Andrew Rische joined Anadarko Minerals in April 2016 as Manager of Land and Business Development. Andrew has been in the oil and gas industry since 2008. Prior to joining AMI, Andrew spent two years working with Gastar Exploration as a consulting landman in acquisitions and divestitures and six years with Charlie Hudson and Associates, Inc. Andrew’s focus has been in the Eagleford shale, East Texas, the Marcellus/Utica shale and Mid-Continent. Andrew is a member of AAPL, HAPL, OIPA and OCAPL.
Steven Reynolds – Operations Manager
Mr. Reynolds joined the Company in 2003 and is responsible for managing all company field operations, as well as, operational cost management of our operations. Prior to joining the Company, he was our contract operations supervisor and previously held various technical and management positions with major and independent oil and gas companies in the Mid-Continent. Steve earned his BS in Business from Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
Jack Clay – Geology Manager
Mr. Clay joined the Company in 2014. He brings his 30 years of experience and expertise as a petroleum geologist, primarily within the basins of the Mid-Continent area, as he leads the Company geological operations. His responsibilities include development of existing properties and acreage positions, evaluation of properties for acquisition, and geological study to develop new play opportunities. He earned a BS in Geology from The University of Oklahoma, is a member of AAPG and is a Certified Petroleum Geologist, CPG#6247.
Dan Schumacher – Engineering Manager
Mr. Schumacher began his engineering career with Gulf Oil Corporation in 1979 after graduating from the University of Tulsa with a BS in Petroleum Engineering. He was registered as a Professional Engineer in the state of Oklahoma in 1984. His primary focus over the years has been reservoir engineering, particularly in the Anadarko Basin and Eastern Oklahoma, the Powder River Basin, and the Gulf Coast working with Gulf Oil, Chevron Corporation, Lawson Engineering, and in independent practice. He joined Dutcher and Company in 2013, where he lends his expertise in reserve determinations, evaluation of potential acquisitions, and any endeavor that requires engineering skills. In addition to his engineering degree, he holds a BS degree in Computer Science has studied Geology and Geophysics at the University of Oklahoma.