The West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association (WVONGA) has named Ryan Cunningham of Cunningham Energy to its Board of Directors. One of the oldest trade associations serving the oil and gas industry, WVONGA works to educate the public on issues related to oil and gas, and develop new avenues for natural gas usage. Its member base consists of over 200 companies representing a wide cross-section of the oil and gas industry.
“Our Company is incredibly honored to be recognized by WVONGA and appointed to its prestigious board of directors,” said Ryan Cunningham of Cunningham Energy. “We are excited to help further the mission of WVONGA and, ultimately, boost the overall economy and energy production of West Virginia.”
The members of WVONGA have a cumulative investment of nearly $10 billion in West Virginia, and own nearly 20,000 oil and gas wells and 15,000 miles of pipeline crisscrossing the state. Together, they provide oil and natural gas to roughly 300,000 West Virginia homes and businesses.
Cunningham Energy conducts operations and oil/gas interests throughout three major North American Basins. The Appalachian Basin, which includes operations in West Virginia and Kentucky, is one of the oldest known producing areas in the world. Company headquarters and primary operational areas are located in Charleston, WV.
Other notable members of the WVONGA board include Dominion Resources, Mountaineer Gas Company, Jackson Gas Company, XTO, Stone Energy, Statoil, and Antero Resources Corporation. The appointment of Cunningham Energy to the WVONGA Board of Directors is effective immediately.