Independent petroleum engineering consultant Bob King has been named the interim supervisor of the WyomingOil and Gas Conservation Commission (OGCC) as the state searches for a permanent replacement for Tom Doll, who resigned effective July 2 (see Shale Daily, June 18). King, who has worked in the state's oil and gas industry for 30 years, served in a similar capacity on an interim basis in 2008-2009, according to Gov. Matt Mead. "The OGCC has a critical role, and Bob's experience will provide necessary leadership as we begin the search for a permanent supervisor," Mead said. State law requires the supervisor position to be filled by a petroleum engineer or petroleum geologist.
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