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Senior Executive Vice President and Chief of Staff
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810 Houston St.
Fort Worth, Texas,76102
XTO Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation, is a leading natural gas and oil producer in the U.S. with expertise in developing tight gas, shale gas, coal bed methane and unconventional oil resources. XTO has operations in all major U.S. producing... more.
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Board of Trustees Member
Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
Oklahoma Energy Resources Board
Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association
New Mexico Oil & Gas Association
Van Cilburn Foundation
Board of Trustees
Delta Tau Delta fraternity
American Association of Professional Landmen
Chair, Several Committees
Midwest City High School
Oklahoma State University
2010 A&D Strategies and Opportunities Conference - Hart Energy
Deal Talk: A Chat With Bill Colton and Vaughn Vennerberg
Bill Colton and Vaughn Vennerberg share their unique insights on the Deal of the Year, and what the acquisition suggests about the long-term future of natural gas. Vaughn Vennerberg, former president, XTO Energy Inc.
Vaughn O. Vennerberg, chief of staff for XTO, said engineering and geologic surveys showed promising results, and more aggressive leasing efforts were possible, depending on results from initial wells.
"From the industry as a whole, a great number of rigs could enter the region over the next five years," he said.
Vaughn O. Vennerberg, II
Undergraduate commencement is this Saturday at Gallagher-Iba Arena, and set to speak are Ken Robinson and Vaughn Vennerberg.
Vennerberg will speak at the 9:30 a.m. commencement, and Robinson will speak at the 1 and 4 p.m. commencements. Vennerberg is the president of XTO Energy, Inc.
OSU Alumni Association - Distinguished Alumni
VAUGHN O. VENNERBERG, II of Dallas, Texas, graduated from OSU with a bachelor's degree in psychology in 1976.
While at OSU, Vennerberg was a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity and served as president of the Blue Key National Honor Society, the Student Union Activities Board and the Interfraternity Council. In 1976, he was named one of the Top 10 Seniors for the College of Arts & Sciences and a Redskin Yearbook Congratulate, an honor for OSU's Top 12 graduating seniors. Vennerberg was president and director of XTO Energy Inc. in Fort Worth, Texas, until its merger with ExxonMobil in June 2010. He worked for 23 years with XTO which, before merging, was the nation's largest domestic natural gas producer with more than 3,200 employees. Vennerberg has served as a director of the New Mexico Oil & Gas Association, the Western Energy Alliance, the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board and the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association. The 11,000 members of the American Association of Professional Landmen named Vennerberg "Landmen of the Year" in 2008. In 2010, Vennerberg was named Distinguished Alumnus for the OSU College of Arts & Sciences. In 2008, Vennerberg partnered with XTO Energy Inc. to establish three endowed faculty positions in the microbiology and molecular genetics, art, and psychology departments. He is currently on the board of trustees for the Fort Worth Museum of Science & History and the Van Cilburn Foundation. He is also a minority owner of the Texas Rangers baseball club.