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DEF 14A
QEP RESOURCES, INC. filed this Form DEF 14A on 04/05/2018
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Dr. Robert F. Heinemann, age 65, has served as a QEP director since January 2014. He brings significant exploration and production expertise to QEP's Board through his experience as President, CEO and a director of Berry Petroleum Company, where he developed and executed that company's growth and capital allocation strategies. He served as a director of Berry from 2002 until 2013, and as President and CEO from 2004 through 2013. Previously, Dr. Heinemann worked for Halliburton Company, Mobil Exploration and Producing as well as other Mobil entities, in positions of increasing responsibility. Dr. Heinemann currently serves on the board of directors of Chaparral Energy, LLC, where he has also served as Chairman of the Board since May 2017, Crescent Point Energy Corp., and Great Western Oil and Gas Company, LLC, where he was also Chairman of the Board from 2014 through 2016. He previously was a director of Yates Petroleum Corporation until its merger in late 2016 and he formerly served as Chairman of the Board of C12 Energy, LLC until late 2015. He has more than 30 years of experience in the oil and gas industry in a number of technical, operational, technology, management and executive roles. In concluding that Dr. Heinemann is qualified to serve as a director, the Board considered, among other things, his extensive operational background and executive experience in the oil and gas industry.
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Mr. Michael J. Minarovic, age 53, has been a QEP director since May 2017. Mr. Minarovic is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Arena Energy, LP (Arena), an employee-owned exploration and production company focused on the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). Since founding Arena in 1999, Mr. Minarovic developed and executed a successful strategy of exploiting drilling opportunities in the GOM that were left behind after fifty years of drilling by the major oil companies. By completing a number of acquisitions and joint ventures, in addition to his responsibilities of reservoir engineering, risk management and opportunity generation, Mr. Minarovic grew Arena into one the largest private operators in the GOM, producing over 33,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. Under his leadership, Arena achieved this success by investing over $3.2 billion in capital since 1999 without any outside equity participation. He is also the Managing Director and a Co-Founder of Arena Offshore, LP, an affiliated drilling and operating company that has been the second most active driller in the GOM during the past five years. Prior to co-founding Arena, Mr. Minarovic served as a petroleum engineer with Newfield Exploration Company and Conoco, Inc. Mr. Minarovic is an active member of the University of Texas PGE External Advisory Committee, Society of Petroleum Engineers, The John Cooper School Board of Trustees, and is an Executive Director of the United States Oil and Gas Association. In concluding that Mr. Minarovic is qualified to be nominated to our Board, the Board considered, among other things, his more than 29 years of oil and gas experience working in the independent, private and public sectors, including his entrepreneurial, executive and operational expertise as well as his background in negotiating and managing acquisitions and joint ventures with large public companies.

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Dr. M. W. Scoggins, age 70, has been a QEP director since June 2010 and also currently serves as a director of Cobalt International Energy, Inc. and Laredo Petroleum, Inc. He served as a director of Questar Corporation from 2005 until 2010. He is President Emeritus of the Colorado School of Mines, an engineering and applied science research university. He served as Mines' President from June 2006 until his retirement in July 2015. Dr. Scoggins retired in 2004 after a 34-year career with Mobil Corp. and Exxon Mobil Corp. From 1999 to 2004, he served as Executive Vice President of Exxon Mobil Production Co. Prior to the merger of Mobil and Exxon in late 1999, Dr. Scoggins was President, International Exploration & Production and Global Exploration, and an officer and member of the executive committee of Mobil Oil Corp. He served on the board of Trico Marine Services from 2005 until 2011, and Venoco, Inc. from 2007 until 2012. Dr. Scoggins has a Ph.D. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Tulsa. In concluding that Dr. Scoggins is qualified to serve as a director, the Board considered, among other things, his extensive industry experience and his experience serving in senior executive positions in the upstream oil and gas business.


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