Gulfport Energy main competitors are BP America Inc, Enable Midstream, and Eni.
Competitor Summary. See how Gulfport Energy compares to its main competitors:
|Company||Founding Date||Zippia Score||Headquarters||# of Locations||Revenue||Employees|
|Oklahoma City, OK||1||$1.3B||256|
|Oklahoma City, OK||1||$11.7B||1,300|
|The Woodlands, TX||1||$5.1M||6|
|El Segundo, CA||1||$8.2B||6,400|
|Oklahoma City, OK||2||$2.5B||1,600|
|Glen Allen, VA||1||$300.0M||104|
|Sugar Land, TX||1||$3.9B||1,450|
|Company||Highest Salary||Hourly Salary|
BP America Inc
Swift Energy Company
Burlington Resources Oil & Gas Co LP
Repsol Energy North America Corporation
The Williams Companies
Old Dominion Electric Cooperative
Cimarex Energy Co.
Integrys Holding Inc
Boardwalk Pipeline Partners
Northern States Power Company
|Cimarex Energy Co.||64%||36%|
|Company||White||Hispanic or Latino||Black or African American||Asian||Unknown||Diversity Score|
Mr. Horton joined Boardwalk in May 2011 as President and Chief Executive Officer, and he is also a director of Boardwalk GP, LLC. With more than 35 years experience in the natural gas and energy industry, Mr. Horton has extensive industry knowledge. His professional background includes not only leading natural gas pipelines, but also serving as CEO or COO with companies engaged in natural gas gathering and processing, crude oil and liquids storage and transportation, and LNG. Mr. Horton has also served on the boards of several industry associations and has chaired the Gas Industry Standards Board, the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America and the Natural Gas Council.
Tom Jorden was named President and Chief Executive Officer of Cimarex in September 2011 and Chairman of the Board in August 2012. Mr. Jorden previously served as Executive Vice President of Exploration since the formation of Cimarex in September 2002 and held that same position at Key Production Company, Inc., Cimarex’s predecessor. He joined Key in November 1993 as Chief Geophysicist and later as Vice President of Exploration (October 1999 to September 2002). Prior to joining Key, Mr. Jorden was with Union Pacific Resources and Superior Oil Company. He is a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines where he earned B.S. and M.S. degrees in Geophysics.
Dave has served as the President and CEO of our general partner since March 2014. He has served as a director of our general partner since April 2014. Dave has 34 years of experience in the petroleum refining industry, including technical, operations, commercial and senior management endeavors. Dave previously served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for HollyFrontier Corporation and held a variety of senior management positions with Holly Corporation, including President. He was a key executive in the merger between Holly Corporation and Frontier Corporation and completed the integration of the two companies in 2011. He has many other accomplishments to his name. He completed the acquisitions of the Sunoco and Sinclair Tulsa refineries in 2009 and led the integration of the two plants. He also sold Montana Refining Company and assisted in the creation and IPO of Holly Energy Partners. He currently serves as Chairman of the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers Association, which is the industry trade for the refining and petrochemical industry.
Sailor was named president and chief executive officer in January 2016 after serving as executive vice president and chief financial officer since April 2014. Prior to joining Enable, Sailor was senior vice president and chief financial officer at WPX Energy. He served as vice president and treasurer for The Williams Companies and assisted in the formation of two master limited partnerships. Throughout his 27-year career at Williams, Sailor served in leadership positions focused on corporate finance, strategic planning and development, accounting and international finance.
Former President, COO, and Founder of Rice Energy. Toby led Rice’s execution of its high-growth strategy, amassing a 250,000 net acre position in the core of the Marcellus and Utica. Toby’s data-driven approach to operations consistently delivered the best performing wells in the Appalachian basin. Toby created Rice’s digital work environment that enabled effective collaboration, innovation, which allowed Rice to continuously evolve and easily scale with fewer people and streamlined processes. Toby sources and evaluates RIG investment opportunities.
President, Chief Executive Officer & Member of the Board of Directors at Southwestern Energy Company
Alan Armstrong began his career at Williams as an engineer more than 30 years ago. Today, as president and chief executive officer, Alan leads a dedicated team of nearly 5,000 employees that handle 30% of the natural gas in the United States used every day to heat our homes, cook our food and generate our electricity. Williams works closely with customers to provide the necessary infrastructure to serve growing markets and safely deliver natural gas products to reliably fuel the clean energy economy. Under his leadership, Williams’ natural gas-focused strategy has driven significant reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, lowered consumers’ utility bills and paved the way for investments in renewable energy. As one of the largest energy infrastructure companies in the U.S., Williams has led the midstream space in meeting the growing demand for American-made energy while outlining practical and immediate steps toward a clean energy future by setting a goal of 56% absolute reduction in company-wide GHG emissions by 2030.Alan is a well-known speaker and respected panelist at energy conferences and seminars, as well as philanthropic and corporate events. He serves on the board of directors of the American Petroleum Institute and is a member of the National Petroleum Council, where he most recently chaired the Council’s 2019 Energy Infrastructure Study. He is also a member of the Business Roundtable. Additionally, Alan serves on the boards of several education-focused organizations including as a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Oklahoma Foundation, Junior Achievement, USA and 3DE. He is a member of the boards of The Williams Foundation and Gilcrease Museum, as well as a member of the Distinguished Graduates Society of the Gallogly College of Engineering, University of Oklahoma.Alan lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma and is a proud Sooner with a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of Oklahoma.