Miller Energy adds Holsen to management team

Miller Energy Co.

Miller Energy Co. (MEC) has named Joe L. Holsen engineering manager, where he will be responsible for handling all facets of reservoir appraisal and engineering pertaining to new ventures and existing assets. Holsen will join the management team in growing the company's net asset value by sourcing acquisition opportunities aligned with company objectives.

Holsen has more than 23 years of diversified experience in the oil and natural gas industry including production, drilling, and reservoir engineering. His expertise includes acquisitions and divestures, field development design and operations, reserves, economic evaluations and business development. He has worked in numerous areas throughout the United States, such as the Appalachian Basin, Texas, Louisiana, Colorado, Oklahoma and Utah.

Most recently, Holsen was executive vice president of reservoir and production engineering for PetroEdge Energy. While at PetroEdge he was responsible for designing and managing field development and operations, as well as evaluating acquisition and divestiture opportunities. PetroEdge recently sold its assets to StatOil, and Joe has been assisting with the transition while considering new opportunities.

Miller Energy is an oil and gas exploration and production company with offices in Houston, TX and Kalamazoo, MI.

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