Bill Barrett names Barrett chairman, CEO

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Mar. 1 -- Bill Barrett Corp. Pres. and Chief Operating Officer Fredrick J. Barrett will take on the added roles of chairman and chief executive officer.

F.J. Barrett succeeds William J. Barrett, who will retire May 17. Both Barretts cofounded the company in early 2002.

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