Devon appoints several vice-presidents

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Apr. 24 -- Devon Energy Corp., Oklahoma City, has made several vice-president appointments.

The company has elected William D. Fulton as vice-president, enterprise project management. He is responsible for review, recommendation, and oversight of initiatives other than exploration and production and midstream capital projects. He will be based in Houston.

Fulton's industry experience includes reservoir engineering, corporate planning, and managing acquisition and divestiture projects. Fulton joined Devon in 2000 when the company acquired Santa Fe Snyder Corp. He served most recently as production and operations manager for Devon's southern division. Prior to that, he was production and operations manager in Devon's international division. Fulton began his oil and gas career in 1981 with Petro-Lewis Corp. Prior to joining Santa Fe Snyder, he worked for Hondo Oil & Gas Co.

Gregory T. Kelleher has been appointed vice-president and general manager of Devon's southern division in Houston. Kelleher has more than 30 years of energy industry experience in various exploration, development, and exploitation capacities and in numerous geologic basins.

Kelleher joined Devon in 1999 when it acquired PennzEnergy Co. He most recently served as deepwater manager and previously as exploration manager for Devon's gulf division.

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