Cabot Oil & Gas names new directors

Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. (NYSE: COG) has elected Amanda M. Brock and Marcus A. Watts to its board of directors. The addition of Brock and Watts brings the total to number of directors to eight, with seven qualifying as independent directors.

Brock has been the CEO of Water Standard, a water treatment company focused on water-based enhanced oil recovery, recycling and reuse of water and produced water treatment. Brock is also working with Solaris Midstream which is developing integrated water infrastructure systems and midstream assets in key oil and gas basins in the US. Brock served as executive director and president, Americas, of Azurix, a global water treatment and services company, from 1999-2002. Prior to that, she worked for Enron Corp. in various capacities. Brock has a law degree from Louisiana State University.

Watts is president of The Friedkin Group, an umbrella company overseeing various business interests that are principally automotive-related, including a wholesale distributor of Toyota vehicles and products. Prior to joining The Friedkin Group, Watts was an attorney with Locke Lord LLP. Watts holds a law degree from Harvard Law School and a bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University.

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