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The Texas Alliance of Energy Producers board of directors recently unanimously elected Cye Wagner of Cooper Oil and Gas in Fort Worth as the new chairman of the TAEP board. She has been serving as the board vice chairman for the past two years, the alliance said in a news release.
Wagner graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor of science degree in petroleum engineering and a minor in business. After completing internships with Burlington Resources, Chevron and EOG Resources, she chose to work for EOG in the Fort Worth Division upon graduation.
She has been with Cooper Oil & Gas Inc. for more than 10 years and serves in an executive management role over the exploration, accounting, human resource, and regulatory departments.
Wagner is a member of several other industry organizations including the Society of Petroleum Engineers and the Independent Petroleum Association of America. She is a member of the Junior League and volunteers with Make A Wish and teaching Sunday school at church.
She and her husband, Kyle, have two young children, daughter Davis, 7, and son, Conrad, 4.
Houston Sullivan of Double Eagle Energy Holdings III LLC in Fort Worth was elected as the vice chairman of the board. Sullivan is the senior vice president of business development at Double Eagle Energy Holdings.
He previously was vice president of business development of Veritas Energy LLC from 2012 to 2017. In 2016, Veritas and Double Eagle  formed Double Eagle Energy Permian, LLC. After Double Eagle Energy Permian, LLC was sold to Parsley Energy Inc in 2017, Sullivan remained with Double Eagle and continues to serve in his current role as SVP of business development. 
 Marshall Tillman of Kornye-Tillman in Fort Worth was elected as board secretary.  Tillman started as a Landman in 1981 and has 39 years of oil and gas experience directly managing, leasing, drilling and completion operations, daily production, well-site supervision, regulatory filing and JIB/Revenue distribution. Kornye-Tillman Company was founded in 1993 and currently operates numerous wells and two gas gathering systems. He is a long-time active member and board member and has served on the Executive Committee since 2018.
– FWBP staff

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