Devon Energy held ribbon cutting ceremonies for its new facility in DeWitt County Tuesday afternoon. With about 150 employees in its new office, the company began operations here in 2014 and has about 650 wells producing about 150,000 barrels of oil a day. Shown are, from left, Gregg Jacob, Devon VP Southern Business Unit; Bobby Garner, Devon Supt. Facilities and Construction; Gary Nicely, Devon Supt. Automation and Measurement; DeWitt County Judge Daryl Fowler, Cuero Mayor Sara Post Meyer, Dave Hager, Devon President, CEO; Craig Jackson, Devon Senior Supt.; Ricky Tackett, Devon Completion and Workover Supt.; State Rep. Geanie Morrison, Tony Vaughn, Devon Exec. VP Exploration and Production; Michael Zappe, Devon Production Supt.; Bill Penhall, Devon Sr. VP Exploration and Strategic Services; Cuero Chamber Exec. Director Sherre Esse; Scott Lackey, Devon Operations Manager; and Kevin Harwi, Devon Land Manager.
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