Capital City Energy Group Hires Director of Business Development and Land Management
Capital City Energy Group (OTCBB:CETG) has hired Chuck Kendall as Director of Business Development and Land Management.
Kendall’s expertise lies in supervising land leasing, right-of-way acquisitions, drill site surveying and permitting of new wells and large lease-acquisitions programs including an 80,000-acre program for Belden & Blake Corp. in Eastern Ohio.
“We are excited about the level of expertise in the oil & gas industry that Chuck brings to our company,” said Tim Crawford, CEO of Capital City Energy Group. “His experience with lease acquisitions as well as the relationships he has established in the industry make him ideal for this position.”
Kendall began his career with Giant Petroleum Corp. in Tulsa, Okla. as a landman and was promoted to the head of the Ohio operations located in Ashtabula.
Kendall later formed Petroleum Land Services, which later became PetroSearch Inc. The company provided land-related services to oil & gas companies throughout the Appalachian basin.
Chuck’s prior clients include Great Lakes Energy Partners, Mason-Dixon Energy, Schreiner Oil & Gas Inc., GonzOil Inc. and Cardinal Oil Co.
Kendall attended Ashland University in Ashland, Ohio.
About Capital City Energy Group
In addition to its three wholly owned subsidiaries, Capital City Energy Group (CETG) is a rapidly expanding energy company. It is an innovative leader in the design, management and sponsorship of retail and institutional direct participation energy programs and one of the few vertically integrated independent oil & natural gas companies operating today. CETG identifies and develops growth opportunities through drilling, operating, oil field service companies, acquisitions and fund management.
Capital City Energy Group is traded under the stock symbol CETG and is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.
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Editor’s Note: Chuck Kendall’s zip code is 44720.