LMOGA head stepping down in August

Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association President Tyler Gray announced he will be stepping down from his role as president effective August 31, 2021.

“I have been honored to serve as president of this historic Association for the past two and half years, and I am incredibly proud of all we have accomplished in such a short time,” said Tyler Gray. “With gratitude for my experience at LMOGA, I am looking forward to a new opportunity locally that will allow me to continue to work closely with the Association in support of oil and natural gas industry issues while spending more time with my family.”

Before stepping into the role as president of LMOGA, Gray served as general counsel of the organization for five years. Over the past decade, Gray has served in several legal and legislative positions in federal, state, and local government. Before becoming LMOGA’s General Counsel, Gray served as an attorney for the Office of Conservation at the Department of Natural Resources.

Gray is the youngest president in the association’s 98-year history.

“LMOGA and its members wish Tyler and his family the best in the future, and our membership is grateful for all he has contributed to the association and to the industry during his time with us,” said Lavelle Edmondson, LMOGA’s Board Chair. “The Association remains strong with the support of our experienced staff and our member companies, and we look forward to announcing new leadership once the transition is finalized.”

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