Kyle Logan announces bid for Osage Minerals Council


If elected he promises to focus on maximizing shareholders’ interests

By Kyle Logan, Candidate for Osage Minerals Council

My name is Kyle Logan and I am a candidate for the Osage Minerals Council. If allowed to serve, I will focus on maximizing shareholders’ interests. Once on the Council, I will work to increase production by promoting further exploration.

I feel my professional background qualifies me for the position in the following ways. First, as a former Field Man for the Bureau of Indian Affairs on the Osage Reservation, I have the practical firsthand experience needed to ensure our resources are both protected and utilized. Second, being a past Director at the Energy Center of the University of Oklahoma, I understand energy research and its potential benefit to production. Third, as an independent Landman I have experience in the business side of exploration and production.

As the son of Oscar Logan, Jr., and Della Morrell Logan, I have been a shareholder since 1986. My grandparents Robert Morrell, Grace Penn Morrell, and Oscar Logan, Sr., were all Original Allottees. I ask for your support as a candidate who has experience on the Osage Reservation, experience in the science and technology of oil and gas, and experience in the economics of petroleum production. Thank you for your support and I look forward to meeting you at the candidates’ rallies.


Press Release

Original Publish Date: 2010-02-03 00:00:00


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