Keener Personnel.

Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr.

Dewey Bartlett Through his role as President of Keener Oil & Gas Company, Dewey F. Bartlett, Jr., continues the family tradition of working in the oil and gas business. After graduating in 1969 with a B.S. degree in Accounting from Regis College in Denver, he went on in 1971 to receive an MBA degree in Finance from SMU in Dallas. Dewey then worked in the oil fields for Halliburton Services and spent two years as a Landman for Beard Oil Company. Dewey joined Keener Oil Company (a prior Bartlett family business partnership) as a Landman and Co-Managing Partner in 1979. In 1987 Dewey became Managing Partner of Keener Oil Company. Keener Oil Company was dissolved in 1994, and in May of that same year Dewey formed Keener Oil & Gas Company, an Oklahoma corporation.

During his professional career, Dewey has held leadership positions with the Independent Petroleum Association of America (Board Member), Tulsa Community College Foundation (Board Member), the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority (Board Member), the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board (Chairman of the Board), the National Stripper Well Association (President), the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association (President and Board Member), the Tulsa Airport Authority (Board Member), the City Council for the City of Tulsa (Councilperson), the American Red Cross/Tulsa Chapter (Board Member and Chairman of the Board), the Frank Phillips Foundation-Woolaroc Museum Board (Trustee), University of Tulsa College of Business Administration (Executive Advisory Board Member), and the Grand River Dam Authority (Board of Directors). Dewey served as the Mayor of the City of Tulsa from December 2009 to December 2016.

Becky J. Henshaw

Becky joined Keener Oil & Gas Company in 1985 as an accounting clerk, with duties including the administration of Keener’s payroll, joint interest billing, oil and gas income accounting, and accounts payable and receivable. In November of 2008 Becky became Keener’s Senior Accountant and Office Manager, with the new role of direct supervision of all of Keener’s daily financial and accounting functions.

Becky received a B.A. in Business Education from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 1981, and has completed numerous courses over the years to enhance her skills in oil and gas accounting and management.

Jamie Taylor Boyd

Jamie joined Keener Oil & Gas Company in 2006 to serve as Land Manager. Prior to joining Keener, Jamie spent 16 years with a Tulsa law firm practicing environmental law. Jamie received a B.A. in Marketing from Oklahoma State University in 1986 and received an MBA and a J.D. from the University of Tulsa in 1989.

Jamie has published a number of articles relating to the oil and gas industry, including “Environmental Issues Associated with the Management of Oil and Gas Assets Held in Trust or as Loan Security”, Environmental Issues and Solutions in Petroleum Exploration, Production and Refining: Proceedings fo the International Petroleum Environmental Conference, March, 1994 and “Do You Know Where Your Waste Oils Are?”, Pipeline & Gas Journal, January 1991. Jamie served a term as Chairman of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Environmental Law Section and authored and/or co-authored various chapters of the Section’s 1997 Oklahoma Environmental Law Handbook. Jamie has also authored numerous continuing legal education articles, has spoken regarding real estate transactions issues and environmental law, and has participated in the planning of continuing legal education programs in Oklahoma and the surrounding states regarding environmental law.

Whitney Taylor

Whitney began her employment with Keener Oil & Gas Company in early 2009 as an Accounting Assistant. She is responsible for the Joint Interest Billing, accounts payable and receivable, and various other accounting duties. Whitney also assists with matters relating to Keener’s commercial real estate holdings. Whitney graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1994.