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It takes a team of knowledgeable and committed professionals, focused on the same goals to plan, organize, direct and control a successful oil company and drilling operation. Linder Oil Company has assembled such a management team with specific roles and responsibilities and a proven track record of drilling success and financial performance.
ROGER D. LINDER
Roger D. Linder, Co-Manager of LOCAP, received a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of South Carolina in 1969. From 1969 to 1974 worked as a Petroleum Engineer for Amoco Production Co. in New Orleans and Lafayette, Louisiana, and from 1974 to 1977 employed as a Petroleum Engineer for the Louisiana Land and Exploration Company in New Orleans, Louisiana. Prior to the formation of Linder Oil Company, he also served as a geological and engineering consultant to Lamson/Onshore Petroleum Corporation, Lafayette, Louisiana. Throughout his forty-one (41) years experience, he has primarily served as a Reservoir and Geological Engineer responsible for recommendation of well locations based on geology and economic factors. His memberships include the Society of Petroleum Engineers and New Orleans Geological Society and he is a past President of the New Orleans Petroleum Club.
G. MILES BIGGS, JR.
G. Miles Biggs, Jr., Co-Manager of LOCAP, received a law degree from Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1974. Prior to joining Linder Oil Company in 1980, he was employed as an associate of the Law firm of Foley, Judell, Beck, Bewley & Landwher engaged in general corporate practice, and as Associate Counsel with Ingram Corporation and its subsidiaries with primary responsibility to advise management in connection with Ingram's diverse worldwide crude oil related activities, including the formation, organization and management of initial operations of Ingram Exploration Co., an oil and gas exploration subsidiary. During his thirty-six (36) years of experience he has been continually involved in a broad spectrum of law and land matters relative to the oil and gas industry. He is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association.