Corri Feige has been named director of the Alaska Division of Oil and Gas. The Department of Natural Resources said the appointment is effective April 30.
Feige is a geophysicist and engineer with more than 20 years of management-level experience in the energy industry. During her 17 years in Alaska she has worked for and on behalf of small and mid-size independents, advancing conventional and non-conventional energy projects on the North Slope, Cook Inlet and Southwest Alaska, DNR said. She previously held management positions at Pioneer Natural Resources and Linc Energy and has owned a consulting group involved in energy projects. DNR said her skills include project management, permitting, government and regulatory affairs, stakeholder relations and remote Alaska logistics.
Feige has a degree in geophysical engineering from the Montana School of Mines and before coming to Alaska worked as a geophysicist on exploration programs around the world.
- Petroleum News