Teton appoints Koeniger to land director position

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Mar. 26 -- Teton Energy Corp., Denver, has appointed E. Russell Koeniger to the position of director, land. Koeniger will oversee all leasing of land and related land administration functions for Teton.

Koeniger has more than 33 years of land leasing and administration experience in the energy business in Denver. He has served as a senior landman for Bill Barrett Corp. since 2003.

Prior to that, Koeniger was district landman for 9½ years with Barrett Resources Corp. and Williams Production RMT Co.

Previously, he spent 19 years with several oil and gas companies in the Denver area managing land administration activities in Colorado, Wyoming, North Dakota, Utah, and New Mexico.

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