Congratulations to our own Chris Hyde, who recently joined the board of directors at the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board.
This article was originally printed in the OERB July 22, 2020 press release, and reprinted with their permission.
Chris currently manages the Health, Environmental, Safety, and Security (HESS) organization for Marathon Oil’s Oklahoma Resource Basin Asset including drilling, completions, production, maintenance and construction operations. He has more than 12 years of experience with Marathon Oil both domestically and internationally.
Born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma, he has a Bachelor of Science in Fire Protection and Safety Technology from Oklahoma State University and a Master of Science in Energy Management from Oklahoma City University. He also holds a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designation from Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) and has completed Executive Education – Leading Innovative Change at the University of California, Berkeley.
Created by the Oklahoma Legislature in 1993, the OERB is funded voluntarily by oil and natural gas producers and royalty owners through a one-tenth of 1 percent assessment on the sale of oil and natural gas. The OERB’s purpose is to conduct environmental restoration of historic well sites and to educate Oklahomans about oil and natural gas.