Comstock Shuffles Management
Comstock Resources announced that Mack D. Good, the Company's Chief Operating Officer, will retire effective March 15, 2011. Mr. Good has been with Comstock for 14 years after joining Comstock in 1997 to oversee the Company's East Texas / North Louisiana district. He was named Vice President of Operations in 1999 and became Comstock's Chief Operating Officer in 2004. "Mack has been an invaluable member of our management team during his tenure at Comstock, having overseen the growth of our exploration and development activities including our very successful Haynesville shale drilling program," stated M. Jay Allison, President and Chief Executive Officer of Comstock. Mr. Good will provide consulting services for a period of one year to the Company after his retirement.
Comstock also announced that Mark A. Williams, the Company's Engineering and Operations Manager, will become Vice President of Operations effective March 15, 2011 and will oversee the Company's Drilling and Operations, Geologic and Geophysical and Asset and Reservoir Management departments. Mr. Williams has been with Comstock for 15 years since he joined the Company in 1996 to oversee the Company's South Texas district. Mr. Williams has been in charge of the Drilling and Operations group since 2007.
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