Seminole Energy Services CEO Bob Rosene retires
BY ROD WALTON World Staff Writer
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
1/15/13 at 7:06 AM
Seminole Energy Services LLC announced Monday that co-founder Bob Rosene has retired as CEO and president after 15 years leading the Tulsa-based natural gas midstream and marketing company.
Rosene's retirement took effect Monday, although he will remain as chairman of the Seminole board of managers. Reliant Energy executive Jason Few will succeed Rosene as president and CEO and will join the Seminole board.
"I look forward to a very active retirement as I continue my role as chairman, with other investments, and with my family and outside interests," Rosene said in a statement. "Seminole is fortunate to have Jason stepping into the leadership role at Seminole. He has my full support and confidence."
Rosene helped start Seminole in 1998 after previously co-founding other companies such as Summit Exploration, MBR Resources and Boyd Rosene and Associates. He also worked at Transok Pipeline Co.
Few was president of Houston-based Reliant Energy from 2009 until late 2012. He also worked in executive positions at Motorola, Inc., SBC and AT&T.
Seminole and its subsidiaries are considered "wellhead to burner tip" natural gas transporters. The companies serve more than 500 individual producers and have a total customer base of more 90,000 customers, with average daily sales of 1.1 billion cubic feet.
Seminole also owns or operates approximately 1,000 miles of natural gas gathering lines, a natural gas liquids pipeline, rail terminal and treatment facility.
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Jason Few: The Reliant Energy executive will succeed Bob Rosene as president and CEO of Seminole Energy Services.