Quicksilver Resources reports promotions

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Nov. 4 -- William S. Buckler III has been named vice-president, US operations, of Fort Worth-based independent Quicksilver Resources Inc.

Buckler joined Quicksilver in September 2003 as engineering manager for the Barnett Shale operations in north Texas. He has more than 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry previously with Mitchell Energy Co.

Separately, Quicksilver has promoted Kevin Duncan to operations manager, Fort Worth basin. Duncan joined Quicksilver in November 2004 after working for 20 years with Encore Acquisition Co. and Range Resources Corp.

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