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Mr. Thomas G. Lantz

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Chief Operating Officer

Phone: (303) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Denver, Colorado, United States
American Eagle Energy Corporation
2549 West Main Street Suite 202
Littleton, Colorado 80120
United States

Company Description: American Eagle Energy Corporation is an independent exploration and production operator that is focused on acquiring acreage and developing wells in the Williston...   more
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • BS , Chemical Engineering
    University of Southern California
  • Mechanical Engineering
    Colorado State University
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"We have worked hard in the ...
www.thebakken.com, 12 May 2014 [cached]
"We have worked hard in the last year or two to get the story out that it [Spyglass] is a reasonable and economic area," says Tom Lantz, chief operating officer for American Eagle Energy.
Considering the unique geology and financial appeal of the Spyglass area, it may seem hard to believe that Lantz and the rest of the American Eagle Energy management team would have difficulties convincing investors and industry players about the potential of Spyglass.
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Although Colby, Lantz and the rest of the team might argue that the story, or the main pitch, of American Eagle Energy is about a specific geographic region on the border of North Dakota and Saskatchewan, the full story of the veteran-laden team has to include the people developing the place.
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Tom Lantz has spent the last 14 years of his career in the Williston Basin working to make people believe. In 2001, Lantz was the team leader at Halliburton's Integrated Solutions Group, working in the Elm Coulee field in Montana to prove out the concept of hydraulic fracturing on fewer than 12 horizontal wells. "As an industry, we knew you might be able to make gas work, but it was sort of conventional wisdom at the time that you couldn't economically produce oil out of that shale rock," Lantz says. "You can imagine that when we started trying a few of these things [hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling] the kickback we got."
The kickback and industry skepticism is a natural part of developing an oilfield, Lantz says. "It is representative of how the industry works and behaves."
During the early days in the Elm Coulee field when well completion costs seemed uneconomical, Lantz learned how to maintain his confidence in the process of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing. "We would bring the wells on and they would come off really hard, but to everybody's credit, there was a certain amount of willingness to stick with it and tweak the process," he says.
At the end of 2001, wells that had been on production for six to nine months were showing reasonable production rates. During that time, the investors and the companies involved were nervous, he says. Before that time, the wells would show high initial production rates but fall off considerably. Although Lantz doesn't point to a single moment when he, or his many team members from Halliburton or Lyco, knew the process they were tweaking was a success, he does recall a memorable moment.
The group working on the wells would hold technical committee meetings. During a meeting at the end of 2001, Lantz explains, "I lightheartedly said at the beginning of a meeting that we might have a billion barrel oilfield.
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Colby's discovery, combined with the results from the vertical test, led him along with Lantz and industry veteran geologist Richard Finley, the former owners of American Eagle Energy Inc. to combine.
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In 2011, Colby's company merged with Lantz and Finley's.
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When Lantz and the Halliburton team were completing wells in the Elm Coulee Field in 2001, well costs were roughly $2.5 million to $3.5 million. Lantz laughs when he talks about the "unheard of sized frack jobs," used then that amounted to roughly 300,000 pounds of proppant per well in only a few fractures per well. "They were huge then, but comically small in today's world."
Although American Eagle Energy is completing wells in the Spyglass area today at a higher price point than the early wells Lantz worked on-approximately $6 million-the wells are still much cheaper than most in the basin. According to Lantz, the shallower depth of the Spyglass is the key component to the whole thing. The area presents both the Middle Bakken and the upper two benches Three Forks at depths of 8,000 feet, compared to depths in the 10,000 to 11,000 foot range in other parts of the basin. "It doesn't do you any good to drill cheap wells if they are poor wells," Lantz says.
Results from producing wells reveal that American Eagle Energy has nothing to worry about. Wells in the project area show an estimated ultimate recovery of 450,000 barrels of oil equivalent. The internal rate of return on the wells is almost 50 percent and the payback period for each well is 1 to 2 years. The rock in the Spyglass area is actually better than most in the basin, according to Lantz, and it is normally pressured compared to other parts of the basin that are over pressured and have tighter rock and lower porosity that require higher volumes of proppant to keep the fractures open and the wells flowing.
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"When you are starting with a $3 million head start on your economics, it goes a long way on having some pretty impressive results," Lantz says.
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Almost three years after uniting with Lantz and other industry veterans to develop the Spyglass project, Colby says the entire team is now working on a single vision.
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"We now have some real history with our wells," Lantz says. There are also other operators in the area, including SM Energy and Samson Resources that have had similar results. "You are seeing a consistency there that is starting to gain traction with a lot of the investment world," Lantz says.
Tom Lantz Chief Operating ...
ir.americaneagleenergy.com, 4 Mar 2014 [cached]
Tom Lantz Chief Operating Officer
As of April 16, 2012, our ...
ir.americaneagleenergy.com, 4 Mar 2014 [cached]
As of April 16, 2012, our management team consists of Bradley M. Colby, our President, Chief Executive Officer, and Treasurer, Thomas Lantz, our Chief Operating Officer, Kirk Stingley, our Chief Financial Officer, and Richard Pershall, our Operations Manager.
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Thomas G. Lantz - Mr. Lantz was appointed as our Chief Operating Office immediately following the closing of the 2011 Merger. Prior to the closing of the 2011 Merger and since June 2010, he had served as AEE Inc.'s Vice President of Operations. During his 30-year professional career and immediately prior to his affiliation with AEE Inc., he served as VP of Operations for a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ryland. From 1998 through 2006, Mr. Lantz was an Asset Manager for Halliburton Energy Services, during which time he led the efforts for several development programs for Halliburton's clients, including the initial development of the Elm Coulee oil field. In that capacity, he and his team designed the technology for combining fracture stimulation in horizontal well bores, which advancement in technology was the key to unlocking the economic development of the Elm Coulee Field. This technology is being applied worldwide in other unconventional reservoirs in both gas and oil. Mr. Lantz also served as U.S. Operations Manager for Enerplus Resources (USA) Corporation after it acquired a major interest in the Elm Coulee Field from Lyco Oil Corporation. His expertise is reservoir and completion engineering. His recent work has been focused on development of unconventional resource plays in the Rockies, including the Bakken, Three Forks, Wasatch, and Mesaverde Formations. Mr. Lantz received a BS in Chemical Engineering from University of Southern California and engaged in graduate studies at Colorado State University in Mechanical Engineering. From October 5, 2010 to March 17, 2012, he served on the board of directors of Passport.
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Mr. Lantz's employment commenced on December 20, 2011, immediately following the closing of the 2011 Merger.
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We may terminate In the event that we terminate Mr. Colby's or Mr. Lantz's employment "without cause" or such officer terminates his employment "for good reason," as each such term is defined in his respective employment agreement, then such individual would be entitled to the following benefits: (i) payment of all accrued salary through the date of such termination, payment for all accrued, but unused, vacation, and reimbursement of all business expenses; (ii) upon the signing and delivering to us a general release of all claims against us, a severance payment equal to one times his then-current annual base salary; and (iii) continuation of group health, vision, and dental benefits in accordance with the relevant benefit plan.
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Includes 2,226,524 shares owned by Mr. Lantz and 133,590 shares owned by his adult child as to which he disclaims beneficial ownership.
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Lantz and Mr. Findley served as a director and as an Executive Director of Passport, respectively.
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Mr. Findley, who is currently serves as a director of the Company, and Mr. Lantz, who currently serves as Chief Operating Officer of the Company, are each a member of Synergy.
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Employment Agreement by and between the Registrant and Thomas G. Lantz, effective November 30, 2011.
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Termination Agreement (of the US Prospect Acquisition Agreement) by and between Eternal Energy Corp., Fairway Exploration LLC, Prospector Oil, Inc., Pebble Petroleum Inc., Rover Resources Inc., Steven Swanson, Richard L. Findley, Thomas G. Lantz and Ryland Oil Corporation dated May 11, 2010. (Incorporated by reference to Exhibit 10.33 of our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q filed May 17, 2010.)
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Termination Agreement (of the Canadian Prospect Acquisition Agreement) by and between Eternal Energy Corp., Fairway Exploration LLC, Prospector Oil, Inc., Pebble Petroleum Inc., Rover Resources Inc., Steven Swanson, Richard L. Findley, Thomas G. Lantz and Ryland Oil Corporation dated May 11, 2010. (Incorporated by reference to Exhibit 10.33 of our Quarterly Report on form 10-Q filed May 17, 2010.)
American Eagle Energy Inc | Company
www.americaneagleoil.com, 3 Feb 2012 [cached]
THOMAS G. LANTZ American Eagle Energy Inc | Company
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Thomas G. Lantz
Tom Lantz is the VP of Operations for American Eagle Energy and is a partner of Synergy Resources LLC. An engineer engaged in exploration and development of oil and gas projects, his technical work expertise is focused on reservoir and completion engineering.
Ryland Oil Corporation - Management - Sat Aug 8, 2009
www.rylandoil.com, 8 Aug 2009 [cached]
Thomas G. Lantz
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Tom Lantz is the Vice-President of Engineering of the Company. Mr. Lantz is a petroleum engineer with more than 30 years of experience in oil and gas operations. Prior to joining the Company Mr. Lantz was Operations Manager of Enerplus Resources (USA) Corp.'s Denver office. From 1998 through 2006 he was employed as Asset Manager for Halliburton Energy Services, during which time he led the efforts for several highly successful development programs for Halliburton's clients, including the initial development of the Elm Coulee oil field. From 1980 until 1998 Mr. Lantz was employed as a petroleum engineer with Phillips Petroleum Company working in the Rocky Mountains, the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. Mr. Lantz has a BSc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Southern California and completed graduate studies in Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University. He is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers. Mr. Lantz resides in Littleton, Colorado.
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