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American Energy-Permian Basin names Mobley CFO

By Bob Downing Published: August 1, 2014

From American Energy-Permian Basin today:


OKLAHOMA CITY, AUGUST 1, 2014: American Energy – Permian Basin, LLC (AEPB), an affiliate of American Energy Partners, LP (AELP), today announced it has named Jeffrey L. Mobley as the company’s Chief Financial Officer. Mobley, 45, most recently served as Senior Vice President – Major Acquisitions for AELP. Previously he served as Senior Vice President – Investor Relations and Research for Chesapeake Energy Corporation and also worked in Equity Research for Raymond James & Associates and in Investment Banking for Prudential Securities and ABN AMRO. He began his career in the energy sector at Enron Capital & Trade Resources in the Producer Finance and Equity Investments groups. Mobley is a CFA Charterholder and holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from The Wharton School of Business and a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Economics from New Mexico State University.

Additionally, AEPB announced it has hired Kayla D. Baird as Controller and it has named John C. McClendon as Director - Finance. Baird, 43, previously worked for four years for ConocoPhillips, most recently serving as Director of Lower 48 Strategy & Portfolio Management and Reserves Reporting & Compliance. Baird also previously worked for 13 years in public accounting, primarily for Ernst & Young, LLP, auditing large public oil and gas companies. Baird is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Langston University.

McClendon, 29, most recently served as Senior Financial Associate for AELP and previously worked in private equity for three years for EnerVest, Ltd and in investment banking for two years for Jefferies & Company. McClendon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and History from Duke University.

To date, AEPB has raised approximately $3.25 billion of capital and owns approximately 63,000 net acres of leasehold in the core of the Southern Wolfcamp Shale play located primarily in Reagan County in the central Midland Basin of west Texas.


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